Saturday, June 18, 2011

Apple Valley News Issue 24: 2008

Issue 24: 2008

New Hood Council
University Gets Donation
Park is Renovated

New Hood Council

Jadhira Shazad
Congratulations to the new hood council members serving for 2009-2012.

Hood Council President: S'Ahmisa Warwick
Community Director: Ginger Grey
Financial Director: Bradford McMillian
Medical Director: Suzanna McMillian
Security Director: Brandon Peterson
Educational Director: Ilila Peterson
Archives & Technology Director: Cameron Smith

Newly elected council members are expected to submit a report to the residents regarding their plans for the 2009-2012 term. Please check your mailboxes for the notices.
University Gets Donation

Jadhira Shazad

Pierce University is looking to undergo some major changes. The university received a rather large donation from S'Ahmisa Warwick to be used in the building of a state of the art science lab. Many residents were quick to note that S'Ahmisa's beloved little sister is due to enter university soon and science is her intended major.

"Either way, it doesn't matter." Educational Director, Johan Shazad said. "The money will not be refused and work has already begun on making the changes and building such a lab."

The university also won approval from the hood council to undergo a major renovation which will result in completely remodeled dormitories, academic buildings and quads. Work has begun on renovating the dorms and completing the new science lab.

Park is Renovated

Jadhira Shazad

The hood council convened during one of their last meetings of the year to discuss the renovation of the Alisa Crawston Celebration Park. The park is in what residents call an "under financed" part of the hood, and though the park has some historical significance, the surrounding housing and public works are as equally in need of renovation. The hood council wisely pass the park renovation measure, and work began immediately on restoring the old park. The pond recieved new plants, the bridge was repaired and other small changes were made.

"I love the new changes, I barely used to visit the park unless there was a concert, but now I wouldn't mind getting married here." An unnamed sim said.

Public support in the council swelled in response to the decision and it renewed civic interest in the areas surrounding the park. The council members all received a bonus for their wise decision.

Art Prodigy's Exhibit

Jadhira Shazad

Flowers of Color, a solo exhibition by art prodigy, Veronika Kent is scheduled to run at the Herendez Art Gallery until Summer 2009. The collection will display the depth and texture of Veronika's unique works.

At ten years of age, artist Veronika Kent is the youngest professional painter in SimCity. Using acrylics and mixed media, she creates various art pieces. Her paintings are both contemplative and powerful, providing a window into the emancipated creative subconscious mind of a child.

"I'm in awe of our daughter," Veronika's father, Jesse Kent, stated. "She's honestly smarter than us, already scoring elevated levels on the skill exams and it seems like she might be interested in moving beyond painting into another hobby."

"I like painting," Veronika said grinning while hiding a jawbreaker in her mouth. "I like other things too, like looking at the stars at night or watching the inside of my clock move."

Culinary Corner

Jolie Dawson

Welcome to Culinary Corner! This simday's topic is all about cooking with children. Did you know that children can learn how to cook at a much faster rate than adults? It's true, their young minds are able to absorb so much. Start your child off with a Rip Co. Little Baker Oven or even a lemonade stand and enjoy the tasty fruits of their labor.
Happy Eating!


•Ari and Ava Wilsonoff, to Ray and Lydia Wilsonoff
•Nicholas Keller, born to confidential parents and currently staying with foster parents




•Abigal Carr, celebrated her 1st birthday
•Serendipity Herendez, celebrated her 12th birthday
•Amyra and Chase Dawson, celebrated their 5th birthday
•Jessica and Jennifer Kent, celebrated their 5th birthday
•Lara Grey, celebrated her 5th birthday
•Matt Sweeny, celebrated his 5th birthday
•Benjamin Endeavor, celebrated his 22nd birthday
•Susie Wren, celebrated her 22nd birthday
•Abel and Amanda Wilsonoff, celebrated their12th birthday

•Benjamin Endeavor graduated with a 2.8 in philosophy. He is now working as a brick layer and a part-time physical education teacher with Apple Valley Academy.

•Ming Wuu graduated with a 3.5 in mathematics. She is now working as an accountant with Stern & Clerks.


•Cameron Smith & Gavin Benson


•Rashid Cunningham from Simmington Hills

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  1. Well done, Veronika! I can't wait to see what you do with your University and park!

  2. Well, no matter S'Ahmisa's reasons for the donation, an art science lab will be a great addition to the university and will benefit students other than Si'Enya too.

    Veronika is such an awesome little Sim!

  3. What a great idea doing a news letter. I can't wait to see the renovations completed.

  4. Charleston Sims, thanks. The park is only getting an update, a few more plants some terrain paint, nothing major. I'm still working on the dorm, it's giving me issues, but I'm determined to make double rooms work.

    Carla , she is. She reminds me a bit of S'Ahmisa, but she's not as ambitious, she just wants to learn and skill and learn. She soaks up everything so fast!

    Driftwood Valley , thank you. You'll be able to see some of the renovations soon.


Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment! :)

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