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Mansfield Highlights: 01/30/17 – 02/03/17

A week of Mansfield Home Page feature highlights!

 

by Home Page Staff - February 4-5, 2017

It’s time once again to take a look at what happened the past week. The Weekly Highlights are a great way to catch up, but don’t forget that you can always watch the full stories from either our front page or the archives section.
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Tiger Talk – Writing to Learn
According to English teacher Mr. Jason Fletcher, “Collins Writing is a comprehensive writing program. It is not just about learning how to write, it is using writing to learn. When we write, it helps us learn, it helps our brains function; we make connections we wouldn’t if we didn’t write.”
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Community Gathers for Trivia Night
What do whiteboards, creative cuisine, artisan ales, brain-teasing questions, and a fun, relaxing atmosphere have in common?

Yorkholo “Trivia Night”!

Every Tuesday night at 6:30, patrons pour through the doors of Yorkholo Brewing Company to enjoy this lighthearted, unique experience.

Since owners Ashley Walsh and Jarrod York opened their doors in February of 2011, the eatery has continued to grow in popularity within the Mansfield area and beyond. Thanks to the welcoming, lively atmosphere, Trivia Night has become synonymous with Yorkholo.
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Lady Tigers topped by rival Wellsboro
The Wellsboro Varsity Girls Basketball team scored a big rivalry win over North Penn-Mansfield during Senior Night on Tuesday, January 31.

“We’re a very young team and we’re trying to get experience each time and trying to get to the level that Wellsboro’s at,” said North Penn-Mansfield head coach Nate McNamara. “They’re playing good basketball going into district play so it’s nice to get exposure for all of our players so they can see the level they have to play on.”
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Burleigh hits 1000, Tigers fall to Wellsboro
When you talk about rivalries in the NTL, the conversation begins and ends with North-Penn Mansfield and Wellsboro. We were treated to our second installment this season on Wednesday February 1st, when the Hornets traveled to Mansfield to take on the Tigers. The game did not disappoint.

With 7:00 left in the third quarter North-Penn Mansfield senior Brock Burleigh achieved a milestone when he scored his 1,000th career point on a basket in the paint. The game was briefly halted so Brock could enjoy the moment with teammates, coaches, and fans.
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Back to Basics: Relationships
In each of our relationships we tend to hold others to an often unspoken standard and become frustrated when someone fails to live up to our expectations or meet our desires. But, when we approach our relationships with a different perspective everything changes. With the right perspective we will be less likely to focus on what others should be doing for us, but what we can do for them.

This is the example Jesus set: He did not come to Earth to be served, but to serve us! Even though mankind sinned greatly against Him, Christ still lived and died to save our souls. Consider approaching your relationships with a fresh perspective – one that seeks to put others first, even when they least deserve it. In time, you’ll find that others look to you and wonder: “What is his/her secret to such good relationships?”

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