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Britt Adkins

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Varsity Volleyball Gives Back

The Wa-Hi Varsity Volleyball team volunteered at the Salvation Army over the September 19th weekend.
The girls showed off their strong work ethic and painting skills by painting the sanctuary attached to the Salvation Army's food bank. The team also had the chance to learn about the impact the Salvation Army has on our Valley and across the nation. I am very proud of my team's ability to sacrifice their weekend, and show their commitment to others in our community, these girls really did a great job and seemed to have fun doing it.


Senior Citizen Gold Cards- Get in the Game!

Senior Citizen Gold Card

Walla Walla Valley residents and Walla Walla School District Retirees 65 and older are invited to attend most school events at no charge. Get a complimentary Gold Card and see outstanding concerts, plays, musical productions, art shows, athletic events (except playoff games governed by YVIAA or WIAA regulations) and more as our guest. It's a small way to acknowledge the ongoing support and many contributions our seniors make to the community.

Gold Cards will be issued from the ASB office at Walla Walla High School, 800 Abbott Road.  Proof of residence and a short application form are required. Take advantage of the benefits of a Gold Card, and personally witness comprehensive education – including student entertainment, athletics and art – at its finest.


For more information contact: 
Barbara Brown


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