Saturday marks the 14th consecutive year the Bethel Boosters will fill the Willamette High School parking lot with classic cars at the Show n’ Shine.
The popular car show is free to the public and will feature beautiful restored cars, unique creations, works in progress, and pampered originals.
The Show n’ Shine is the biggest fundraiser for the Bethel Boosters, the hard-working group that supports students and school programs by helping with field trips, music, clubs, events, technology, athletics and more in every Bethel school.
The show will run from 10:00-4:00 in the main lot at Willamette.
More than two dozen colleges, universities and college access-programs will be represented at Willamette High School’s annual College Knowledge Night this Thursday, May 10th, from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
All Bethel parents and students are strongly encouraged to attend this free event, which includes break-out sessions with college admission representatives, open-air information tables, and presentations on all aspects of preparing for college.
Four scholarship drawings will also be held for Bethel’s incoming 8th -11th graders in attendance.
For more information contact Karen Wiant at Willamette: 541-689-0731.
A new partnership with Kendall Toyota will bring thousands of dollars to Bethel schools.
The Drive For Education will provide $4,000 to Bethel School District each month during the school year. That money will be used to help update computers and other classroom technology.
In addition, each Bethel school will be competing with Eugene 4j schools to earn up to $3,000 quarterly by the number of points they earn through Kendall Toyota. Points are awarded by visiting the dealership, Liking Kendall Toyota on Facebook, test driving a car, or for money spent at Kendall Toyota on sales or service.
For more information visit Kendall Drive For Education.
Teacher Appreciation Week is officially being recognized this week, but Bethel’s educators are amazing every day.
It’s proven by the love and care for their students, their dedication to being the best in the profession, and their commitment to providing a top-quality education day in and day out.
Thank a teacher for the encouragement, inspiration, knowledge and devotion they bring during Teacher Appreciation Week like they do each week.