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m A4 SIDNEY HERALD. SUNDAY. MAY l2.20l9 YOUR NEWS A drop of kindness ripples through Sidney rrr AMY VENN Sidney Herald A display of pure kindness could be seen at area businesses Wednesday, particularly at Reynold’s, where a small group of homeschooled children gathered to spread some joy. “We wanted to do something nice and try to get others to do something nice,” said Heather Arneson, one of the parents overseeing the activities. The kids were equipped with suckers attached to small cards which stated, “Enjoy our act of kindness! A drop of kindness becomes a ripple which quickly becomes a wave! Keep the kindness ripple going and help create a wave! Have a great day!” The point of the message was simple: to pass on kindness. It was inspired by a social media post Arneson saw last year where children were taping quarters to washing machines with a note of kindness. She thought it would be a nice activity for the homeschooled group. AMY VENN. SIDNEY HERALD Handing out note of kindness along with a sweet treat Wednesday, May 8, are, back from left, Joshua Arneson, 5, Jeremiah Hill, 7, Bentley Arneson, 7, and Gannon Hill, 5. Cooper Arneson, 2, was a designated sucker tester in his stroller. “It was a chance for the kids to talk to people and for people to interact with us,” Arneson said. “Many people don’t even know we have a decent sized homeschool population in the community.” Although it took the group a minute to find the way to approach people without them thinking they were being sold something, Johnson said it was a great experience for them all. “We succeeded, I’d say,” she said. “There were a lot of smiles.” Store-bought and homemade treats with notes were also available at other businesses, including Burger King, Johnson Hardware, Silver Junction Espresso and Nortana Grain in Lambert and Sidney. Arneson said they were thankful for the local support. Overall, 250 people received random acts of kindness on Wednesday. «4.. it} mints“ Spring Extr BY NICOLE LUCINA Sidney Herald The fifth annual Spring Extravaganza held at Savage school was a hiton Thursday night. With art dis- played for a gallery walk, the bands and choirs performing, awards given out and eighth grade gradua- tion, it was a busy night. There were dozens of pieces of art for the gal- lery walk. Ranging from paintings to drawings and even a few marble mazes that the students made. During the music con- cert the fifth grade band played first, followed by the sixth through eighth grade choir sing- ing “Summertime,” “jCantar!” and “Seize the Day.” The fourth and fifth grade choir sang a va- riety of songs. Follow- ing that the sixth grade band played “Refried Beans.” The seventh and eighth grade band played a song called “La Cucaracker” and were followed by the sixth through eighth grade band playing “Allegro con Fuoco” from Sym- phony #9. The high school band was last up and played “Soul Bossa Nova” and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Following the con— cert, awards were given out, such as honor roll, science awards, math awards, music awards, art awards, english NICOLE LUCINA, SIDNEY HE LD The sixth through eighth grade choir performing at Thursday’s Spring Extravaganza at Savage school. Vt I ,I‘ up.) Ara/tr... awards, history awards, academic Olympics, student council and scholarships. The eighth grade grad- uation consisted of Teah Kristine Conradsen, Jaden Cheyenne Garcia, Victoria Gene Ingual— son, Sasha Pricilla Ann Olmsted, Lane Stanley Papka and Hunter Scott Riding. RENE GARCIA” Sidney students learn suture technique SUBMITTED av TED ' FULGHAM Sidney High School Sidney High School animal science stu- dents were able to per— form some suture tech- niques in class after learning about them earlier in the week. Thanks to the dona- tion of suture materi‘ J. -)._i'-4«»’Jlli.‘ . anganza draWS parents, students wattage sc Sunday, May 19 - 6 am. 1 pm. - Sidney Fire Hall v Serving: Sausage, french toast, scrambled eggs,: juice & coffee! "Free Will Donatidn" Support Our Firemen it“ Sidney volunteer, Fire Department-fl als from High Plains Veterinarian Clinic, students were able to learn by watching and then actually perform- ing the suture tech- niques themselves. This support from local business has made this year a great success for the Ag De- partment at Sidney High School. NICOLE LUCINWDNEY HERALD A piece of'art on display at the Gallery Walk during the fifth annual Spring Extravaganza. l . ;