Archive for April 23rd, 2015

The latest dirt on Patton? A national award

Some of the many participants in the Patton Gardens Project, which helped spawn a U.S. Green Ribbon Schools award, show off the school's solar array.

Some of the many participants in the Patton Project Gardens, which helped spawn a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools award, show off the school's solar array.

At Charles F. Patton Middle School, green thumbs provided the catalyst for national Green Ribbon recognition on the nation's 45th Earth Day. The U.S. Department of Education announced on Wednesday, April 22, that Patton was one of only 58 schools in the country that received the 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools award. Seventeen school districts ...

 
 

Stanley Kenneth Hazzard, “Uncle Buddy,” of West Grove

Stanley Kenneth Hazzard, “Uncle Buddy,” 87, of West Grove, died Tuesday, April 22, at Twin Pines Healthcare Center in West Grove. Born in Kennett Square, he was a son of the late Lawrence Lincoln and the late Bertha (Rector) Hazzard Sr. Stanley enjoyed growing up in Kennett Square and attended Kennett Schools. He loved puzzles and could complete them in a very timely ...