Archive - Oct 2, 2012 - News Article
The Bishop Police Department is sponsoring the Bishop School Districtâs annual âWalk to School Dayâ on Wednesday, to promote healthier habits for the community.
âThe schools are encouraging students and parents to walk or ride bicycles to school to promote healthier habits, a cleaner environment, safety, community benefits and because its fun,â a press release from the PD states.
About four dozen local residents attended the Fourth District County Supervisor candidates’ forum hosted by the Big Pine Civic Club last Monday, Sept. 24, at the Big Pine Town Hall. Civic Club President Rick Fields welcomed everyone and introduced the two candidates, current Supervisor Marty Fortney and challenger Mark Tillemans.
“There is no friendship, no love, like that of the parent for the child.”
– Henry Beecher
The public and private sector are joining ranks to beef up local anti-bullying efforts.
Home Street Middle School Principal Patrick Twomey said that when Carri Coudek of Happy-Hoods approached him about coming on board the schoolâs anti-bullying campaign, he said, ââAbsolutely, that fits in beautifullyâ (and) we jumped at the chanceâ to collaborate.
âCoudek has pushed the anti-bullying campaign in the community and Happy-Hoods is the face of that effort,â added Twomey. In fact, Happy-Hoods sweatshirts are now the official Home Street Middle School shirt.