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WAC will present

Living Stations

Wyoming Area Catholic School’s eighth grade students will present the Living Stations at 3 p.m. Palm Sunday, April 9, at St. Cecelia’s Church in Exeter.

Living Stations, also known as the Way of the Cross, represents the sorrowful journey Jesus Christ made with the cross.

The community is invited.

Harlem Wizards will

visit Wyoming Area

The Harlem Wizards are coming to Wyoming Area Secondary Center at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 22. The evening will be a fun-filled event for kids and adults.

This event is hosted by the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center’s Parent Teacher Organization. The group is bringing The Wizards into town to help benefit the students at the Wyoming Area Intermediate Center.

At the Wizards game, fans will witness basketball talent combined with comedy. It is two hours of family time where parents, grandparents and kids can all laugh together. There also is plenty of audience participation. Throughout the game, fans will experience a display of tricks, coordinated ball handling, fancy passing and aerodynamic athleticism combined with high energy comedy and audience interaction.  

Tickets purchased before the event are $10 and can be purchased at the offices of the Wyoming Area Primary Center and Wyoming Area Intermediate Center. Tickets also will be available the day of the game at Wyoming Area Secondary Center starting at 5:30 p.m. for $12 and online at Premium/court side seating also is available and includes court side seating, a 10-minute meet and greet with two Wizards players 45 minutes before the game, a free giveaway and a $15 discount on a Wizards jersey.

Holy Rosary plans

annual community

dodgeball tournament

Holy Rosary School, Duryea, is hosting its second annual community wide dodgeball tournament.

The double elimination event will be held in the school gym, Stephenson Street, from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 28; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 29, and 1 to 7 p.m. Sunday, April 30, and will be divided into six brackets: first and second grade; third and fourth; fifth and sixth; seventh and eighth; high school; and college/adult.

Teams can include eight to 10 players. Cost is $10 per person. Individuals and teams can register online at the Race Roster website at

Wilkes student’s video

game wins state award

Wilkes University senior Kevin Schiel, of Wyoming, won the College Tabletop Award at the Pennsylvania Consortium on Video Games at Harrisburg University, a statewide competition. Schiel, who is an integrative media major, developed Planets: The Game, an innovative non-digital tabletop card game. He designed the cards for the game in his Integrative Media Projects 2 class.

Associate professor Eric Ruggiero encouraged Schiel to submit his innovative card game, seeing the game’s and Schiel’s potential.

Planets is a strategy card game focused on planetary conquest where players can go head-to-head with their friends as they assume the roles of alien overlords in a race to seize the most planets.

The Pennsylvania Consortium on Video Games, or Let’s Play PA, showcases the creative talents of the state’s game developers and educational programmers.

Fortune magazine ranked Pennsylvania the 10th most successful state for game development in 2015.