Enigma is the art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school student. Each year’s staff is formed at the beginning of that school year. The Enigma staff is responsible for all aspects of production, from writing and artwork selection to layout and publication tasks. Members are also required to attend Coffeehouse readings. Items intended for publication may be submitted to the faculty adviser, Mrs. Carol Allen-Gordon
In My Own WordsIn this installment of In My Own Words, Lyana Hall shares her experience about being adopted from Southern China and growing up in the United States.
I was born in what at the time was called the Guangdong province located in Southern China. When I was 15 months old, I was adopted on November 22. When that happened I gained new and amazing parents. The plane ride wasn’t the greatest thing only because at the time I had an ear infection.
Months after I was adopted my entire extended family went to Disney World. My mom would push me around in my stroller so I would be able to look around. The Disney trip was breathe taking. Every day we did and saw something new. There were amazing pleasures to explore. We watched fireworks and went to the zoo.
I had a great time with my older cousin Stacey. I look up to her as my older sister. She has always been there for me. Then there is my other cousin, Megan. She is a lot older than me and has always been supportive and loving.
During a night filled with business leaders, their guests and clients, (and Philadelphia Eagles' Quarterback, Carson Wentz!), a few Lampeter-Strasburg students took to the stage to open the Lancaster Chamber's 146th Annual Dinner.
Straight out of the award winning movie "The Greatest Showman", Third Graders Piper Davidson, Cooper Frizado, and Zack Frizado, Seventh Grader Tanner Emerling, and Seniors Nolan Davidson and Brendan Massar dressed in "steampunk circus" dazzled the crowd with singing and dancing to open and close the event.
Having only two days to pull together a crowd-pleasing opening, they worked with other students active in local theater to entertain over 2600 guests! It truly was a night to remember!
Eight members of the Garden Spot FFA chapter had the special privilege of joining New Holland Ag and CNH Industrial to celebrate Food Security Week. Members had the opportunity to tour the New Holland Hay Tool Facility, participate in a community service activity, and attended a meeting discussing food security.
Leah Welk, Jess Herr, Jared Risser, Roddie Rice, Jordan Martin, Gracie Hess, Bryce Johnson, and Danae Ranck joined the PA State FFA Officers for this special experience. We had the opportunity to meet different managers and business professionals that explained the history of CNH, different parts of their company, and future goals. New Holland was founded in 1895 and has grown significantly since. They have partnered with several other companies and have dealerships all over the world.
Our tour guides were retired employees that spent over 35 years at CNH Industrial. They thoroughly explained the New Holland Hay Tool Facility as we walked through. They shared how CNH Industri…