Thursday, November 15, 2012
Congratulations to the Sachem Youth Football & Cheerleading program's Academic All-American team.
The Sachem Youth Football & Cheerleading program announced its 2012 Academic All-American Team during its Year End Party on Nov. 12. Student athletes in the program were evaluated and given a point grade based on their classroom effort and behavior over three marking periods during the 2012 fall season. Points could also be earned for extra work in the SYFC Study Hall and for any “Good News” reports presented to the coaching staff involving community service or outstanding efforts in the school community. The 2012 SYFC Academic All-Americans include: Mario DiBenedetto, Chris Ferrelli, Nate Johnston, Chase Krivickas, Alec Maserejian, Matt Malloy, Scott Murphy, Henry McDonough, Steven Osborne, Drew Peterson, Max Ward and Justin Yew. The …
Here is some information to get you through Thursday, Nov. 15.
1. Today is going to be mostly sunny with a high of 45 degrees and a low of 32, according to the National Weather Service. 2. The Sachem Youth Football and Cheerleading program named its 2012 All-American team. Congratulations to all the Winchester students who made the team. Congratulate them here. 3. Winchester Hospital was named No. 4 in the large employer category on the BostonGlobe’s 100 Top Places to Work 2012. Winchester Hospital – which earned the No. 1, No. 2, No. 5 and No. 4 rankings in the Globe’s last four listings of top employers in Massachusetts, respectively – was this year’s highest ranked hospital. 4. We're looking for a new photo for our Facebook page. If you have any great shots of Winchester, submit them here. 5. The …
Friday, October 5, 2012
The Sachem Youth Football & Cheerleading program worked at the Second Congregational Church Pumpkin Patch.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
Friday, October 5, 2012
Members of the 2012 Sachem Youth Football & Cheerleading program volunteered at the “Pumpkin Patch” located at the Second Congregational Church in Winchester on Saturday, Sept. 29. SYFC members helped unload and display nearly 2,500 pumpkins of all different sizes and shapes. They worked with other Winchester residents as part of their community service program. The SYFC Program is a Winchester Middle School aged program. Keep with the latest news in Winchester with the daily newsletter.