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Susquehanna Valley celebrates ‘Twosday’

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Tuesday is “Twosday” – 2/2/22. It’s a palindrome because it reads the same forward and backward. People from all over the Susquehanna Valley celebrated the occasion. Surprise for a former teacher In Lancaster County, a man had a surprise for his former teacher. A former student of Dick Pillion, a longtime math teacher at Warwick High School, started a scholarship in his name in 1993. Pillion never knew who it was. Pillion’s favorite number is two, so the student chose Tuesday to reveal himself. Along with learning who was behind the scholarship, other former students sent cards to Pillion. many years, about 35, 40 years and they sent me cards, it’s really amazing,” Pillion said. The scholarship winner would receive a check for $222.22. This continued every year until Pillion retired in 2014. Time Capsule A Lancaster County freshman class created time capsules. world will change and what innovations they might see. “When you go to a restaurant, there will be, like, robots giving you food,” student Dylan Potts said. “We enjoyed all kinds of matching pairs, finding out about things that go in pairs, thinking about how things are going to change by 2033,” Bachman said. Students will open the time capsules on the next date of the palindrome: 03/03/33. two clothes and had a dance party in their classrooms. Some students and teachers at Brecht Elementary in the Manheim Township School District got very creative, including a Twosday wreath. There was also a number two covered outfit .Ano their class was making Twosday glasses.

Tuesday is “Twosday” – 2/2/22.

It’s a palindrome because it reads the same forwards and backwards.

People from all over the Susquehanna Valley celebrated the occasion.

Surprise for the former teacher

In Lancaster County, a man has a surprise for his former teacher.

A former student of Dick Pillion, a longtime math teacher at Warwick High School, started a scholarship in his name in 1993. Pillion never knew who it was.

Pillion’s favorite number is two, so the student picked Tuesday to reveal himself.

Along with learning who was behind the scholarship, other former students sent cards to Pillion.

“To be remembered by so many people after so many years, like 35, 40 years and they sent me cards, it’s really amazing,” Pillion said.

The scholarship winner would receive a check for $222.22. This continued every year until Pillion retired in 2014.

time capsule

A Lancaster County freshman class made time capsules.

Students in Julie Bachman’s class in the Ephrata School District wrote their thoughts on the future, including their anticipated occupations, how they think the world will change, and what innovations they might see.

“When you go to a restaurant, there are robots feeding you,” student Dylan Potts said.

“We enjoyed all kinds of matching pairs, discovered things that go in pairs, thought about how things are going to change by 2033,” Bachman said.

Students will open the time capsules on the next date in the palindrome: 3/3/33.

A dancing parties

Other Lancaster County students dressed in their two best clothes and had a dance party in their classrooms.

Some of the students and teachers at Brecht Elementary in the Manheim Township School District got very creative, including a Twosday wreath.

There was also a number two covered outfit.

One person is wearing a Twosday themed outfit.

Another class made Twosday glasses.

Brecht Elementary students wear Twosday glasses.