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Parents of G’view 2005-06 high school seniors urged to attend June 7 meeting

GRANDVIEW - A planning meeting to discuss the details of the 2006 graduation party of the Grandview High School senior class has been scheduled for Tuesday, June 7.

All parents of the 2006 graduates are being encouraged to attend the 7 p.m. meeting at the Grandview High School library. According to Millie Artz, a parent of the one of the 2006 grads, plans will be made to prepare for next year's graduation party. One of the topics of discussion will include a fund-raiser that will be staged this Fourth of July.

S’side hospital plans special day for prep seniors

Sunnyside Community Hospital will hold its second annual high school seniors project day on Monday, June 20. The event is designed to prepare 2005-06 seniors for their senior project career study.

"We had more than 20 members of the Sunnyside class of 2005 complete senior projects through the hospital," said hospital spokesman Sandra Linde. "Our staff generously donated their time and skills to help mentor these students, and we know that students and staff members both benefited from the experience.

"The idea behind this program is to reach out to those students who think they are interested in health care projects, but also to be a resource to those seniors who haven't found a project yet," Linde added.

The program is open to high school seniors in Grandview, Sunnyside and other Lower Valley schools. Those students who will be seniors next school year are invited to reserve a spot for the June 20 orientation, scheduled for 9:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the hospital classroom, by calling 837-1313. Space is limited and students will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

All students who attend will be treated to lunch as guests of the hospital.

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