Washington Adventist Hospital (WAH) and Columbia Union College (CUC), both based in Takoma Park, Md., received the Business/Education Partnership Award from the Greater Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to quality healthcare and the education of future medical professionals.
Carrie Hess (pictured), an English teacher at Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville Adventist Academy in Silver Spring, Md., joined 11 other Seventh-day Adventist teachers across North America who received top recognition by the Alumni Awards Foundation (AAF).
On April 19, a day blessed by sunshine and bright skies, the members of Chesapeake Conference’s Spencerville church in Silver Spring, Md., met on property purchased six years earlier to break ground for a new PK-12 facility.
The Columbia Union Conference Office of Education recently conducted its first North American Division (NAD) REACH (Reaching to Educate All Children for Heaven) training session. Fifteen educators, representing elementary and secondary schools in each of the Columbia Union’s eight conferences, came to learn how to train others the REACH inclusion model.
There are few and amazing times when we find ourselves willing to step out of our “life boxes” to worship with those who are look and act differently than us. One such amazing time took place recently at Pine Forge Academy (PFA) in Pine Forge, Pa.
“Simply elegant” is the term that best describes the first cotillion sponsored by the Philadelphia County Chapter of the National League of Junior Cotillions. The event, hosted by the North Philadelphia church’s Education Committee, took place on April 29 at the Talamore Country Club in Ambler, Pa.