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Happy Juneteenth from Olney Friends School!! We are so very happy to be able to celebrate this now National Holiday. The date, June 19, 1865, refers to the day when enslaved African Americans learned of their emancipation. It is also called Emancipation Day or Juneteenth Independence Day.
It’s been 2 weeks now since our Students walked into the Stillwater Meeting House as Seniors, and walked out as Graduates of 2022. After letting them relax, and the anticipation of Graduating die down some, I spoke with them and they are all doing amazing and exciting for their next adventure in life! Please help […]
In tradition of Commencement weekend, our Harison’s Yellow Roses are in full bloom. Wondering why this is so special? Let me share the backstory with you… As told to Frances (Smith) Taber ’47 and Marie Bundy ’54, Marie’s grandmother Mary Bundy and Ruth (Edgerton) Hoge, class of 1916, and their classmates planted the “Harison’s […]