WYAN

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WYANWarwickshire Youth Arts Network (West Midlands, UK)
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Clare Hudson, principal county arts officer, who chairs WYAN, said: "By working together through WYAN, we can develop a more co-ordinated and coherent approach to all our initiatives."
Wyan Whonder, 20, of 12 Winslow St., Worcester, charged with assault and battery and intimidation of a witness, continued to May 7 on $1,500 cash bail.
Jude Catholic School, Gen Mark Tanno of Southville International School and Colleges, Lawrence Gabriel Dy of Makati Hope Christian School, Alfonso Miguel Abella of Grace Christian College, Phil Eldrige Sim of Jubilee Christian Academy, Errol John Suarez of Aquinas University of Legaspi High School, Shaquille Wyan Que and Lesley Clarice Balete of Grace Christian College, Terence Brian Tsai of Chiang Kai Shek College, Tiffany Mae Ong of Immaculate Conception Academy, Hans Markson Tan of St.
Jude Catholic School; Shaquille Wyan Que from Grace Christian College; and Vicente Raphael Chan from Zamboanga Chong Hua High School.
Jude Catholic School got a perfect score and gold medal, while her team, composed of members Jose Ignacio Locsin, Shaquille Wyan Que and Luke Matthews Bernardo, was crowned overall champion in the elementary division.
She leaves her husband of 61 years, Leonard, of the Eisenberg Residence; her son and his wife, Lawrence Hershoff and Eleanor Mulford of Greenville, RI; her daughter and son-in law, Andrea and Kenneth Johnson of Worcester; her granddaughter and her husband, Emily & Noah Finkel; her grandson, Gregory Johnson; and her great granddaughter Madeline Finkel; her younger sister Jane Wyan and her husband John of Warrenton, VA; and many nieces and nephews.
Nyansafo Aye-Addo, Patrick Burke, Maria Chapa Pintado, Isaac Creppy, Clara Essien, Isabella Gathoni, Patrick Giguere, Dariusz Golemo, Alicia Hornbaker, Richard LaFlash, Kyle MacBeth, Omolola Ogunjobi, Marina Sales, Amanda Vaudreuil, Courtney Westling, Wyan Whonder, Amber Rose Wilcox and Ryan Zawalick.
Wyan Whonder scored in the closing minute of the first half for host Abby Kelley (3-9).
Sophomore Wyan Wohnder scored the lone goal in the 30th minute of the first half to lead Abby Kelley over New Testament in Swansea.
Wyan Whonder scored in the first minute for Abby Kelley (1-5, 1-3), but Adam Filewicz tied it midway through the first half.
An interesting twist on this practice came when a Baptist woman named Alice Wyans was identified only as "Wyans" during trial in an ecclesiastical court.