The sharpest rides around will be cruising into Bethel this Saturday at 10:00 for the 16th annual Bethel Boosters Show N Shine.
This car show features everything from newer cars to classic roadsters to creative rebuilds, all on display in the Willamette, Echo Hollow Pool and Cascade parking lots.
It will include a swap meet, vendor booths, and a raffle.
As always, admission is free.
47 of the highest achieving students in the Willamette graduating class of 2014 have been honored at the 27th annual Scholars Dinner.
The event recognized seniors who have compiled a GPA of 3.5 or better, achieved at least a 1500 on their SATs, and met all the state’s Essential Skills requirements.
The select students had the opportunity to share their favorite memories of high school and reveal their plans for next year, which include attending a variety of colleges, universities and art institutes.
Willamette’s Academic Awards Night on May 27th will recognize the hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships earned by WHS students.
Thank a teacher during Teacher Appreciation Week.
Each day Bethel’s educators help create a tomorrow for their students.
Each day they open minds, warm hearts, and touch lives.
Each day they reach, teach and inspire Bethel students to excellence.
Thank a teacher today.
Plant the idea of college now. Close to 30 colleges, universities and college access programs will be represented at Bethel’s annual College Knowledge Night, Thursday May 8 at Willamette High School.
All Bethel families are encouraged to attend.
The free, fast-paced and informative event will feature a series of 25 minute breakout sessions covering a wide range of topics such as, How to Choose a Best Match College; Where To Find the Money; How to Visit a College Campus; and Straight Talk From A Panel of College Students.
It will include an open air College Fair for one-on-one conversations with university representatives.
College Knowledge Night begins at 6:00 p.m. in the Willamette auditorium and will conclude before 8:00 with a drawing to give away a $500 scholarship to a Bethel student. Families with children of all ages are invited, and a Spanish translator will be in attendance.