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Scarowinds at Carowinds — 2017

Prepare to be Scarow-fied…Scarow-stricken…Scarowed-to-death…Scarostressed and more!

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TRAVIS RUDOLPH Wide Receiver FSU — UNFORGETTABLE!

Football player sees autistic student sitting alone, joins him for lunch.

Usually, Bo Paske’s mom worries about her autistic son eating lunch alone at his Tallahassee middle school.  But this week, Bo was joined at the lunch table by Florida State University football player Travis Rudolph . . . Bo’s mom posted that she “had tears streaming down my face” when she learned of Rudolph’s kind act. “This is one day I didn’t have to worry if my sweet boy ate lunch alone, because he sat across from someone who is a hero in many eyes.”

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Autistic boy joined by FSU player for lunch

CAROWINDS Spring Debut 2017

You certainly don’t want to miss out on the fun and fright of Scarowinds, but take a look at what’s coming in 2017.

CLICK HERE to watch short video of what’s coming to Carowinds in 2017.

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Awesome entertainment for family, friends and out-of-town company!

 

Duke Energy Teaming with Schools to Help Students

Duke grant to support York dual-credit classes

By Jennifer Becknell – news@enquirerherald.com

YORK —

A $62,500 Duke Energy grant to York schools will enable at least 250 students to take a minimum of two dual credit courses during high school, officials said Monday.

York school district leaders with Rick Jiran, Duke Energy’s district manager for government and community relations, announced the grant at York Comprehensive High School. It is, they said, a prime example of businesses and schools teaming up to help students.  Read Article

Healing Horses for Special Needs Children in Clover

Healing horses: Couple plan therapeutic riding center in Clover

By Jennifer Becknell – news@enquirerherald.com CLOVER —

Wendy Schonfeld has seen disabled children sit up straight and become stronger after riding on a horse. And has seen an autistic child form a bond with the animals.

Schonfeld, a chiropractor for more than 23 years who has treated both people and animals, is a believer in the therapeutic power of horses.

She and her chiropractor husband, Michael Schonfeld, have brought their passion for healing and horses to Clover, where they plan a new therapeutic riding center. The center will serve special needs and disabled children and adults.

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Clover Schools – “Highly Functional”

Clover schools get rave reviews

By Shawn Cetrone – scetrone@heraldonline.com

CLOVER –Clover schools received a glowing review from the world’s largest school accreditation group.

A team from Advancing Excellence in Education Worldwide, or AdvancED, told school leaders on Wednesday the district will receive accreditation. The district was rated “highly functional” in four of seven areas.  Read Article