Another One Way campaign has begun, and the organization is setting a $1-million goal while it recruits more volunteers.
It was a season full of peaks and valleys for the Pultneyville Baptist men’s volleyball team this year. With a new coach and mostly all new players, those peaks and valleys were probably expected. It may have been the fresh, new quality of the team that helped it make the playoffs.
Across the street from Marion College’s Foster campus, a church is taking part in a worldwide Christian movement.
Huron’s bi-annual conference on impaired driving will shift into gear on Mar. 9. Countermeasures XVI is a provincial forum for experts and individuals committed to reducing the human carnage on roads caused by impaired driving.
Is it time for amalgamation? That’s what all three Pultneyville area branches of the Harmonious Way are discussing.
The current branches are St. George’s and District, Pultneyville Center and Greater Fifth Ave, and East Pultneyville.
Players step up to defeat St. Martin’s Rebels in crucial victory.
The Pultneyville Baptist men’s volleyball team has a triple-threat scoring trio of players – Anthony Hall, Walter Davis and John Price – and they are unstoppable.