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May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Linda Chapin presents the award to Georgia Hungerford from Blankner Elementary School. Miss Hungerford received first place in the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest. Gail Padgett, pictured center, is the President of The Pine...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Linda Chapin presents the award to Emily Raybuck from Pine Castle Elementary School. Miss Raybuck received second place in the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest. Gail Padgett, pictured right, is the President of The Pine Castle...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Linda Chapin presents the awards to Dayna Harmon from Cornerstone Charter Academy and Hailey Warn from Pershing Elementary. Miss Harmon and Miss Warn received third place awards in the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest. Gail...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Linda Chapin presents the award to Miah Downs from Shenandoah Elementary School. Miss Down received fourth place in the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest. Gail Padgett, pictured right, is the President of The Pine Castle Woman'...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Randolph G. Russell, author of American History in No Time, at the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon on April 12, 2017. Students wrote original essays on the theme: When I grow up I will be a good citizen by.......
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Randolph Russell, a world class musician, played America the Beautiful on his saxophone at the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest Luncheon on April 12, 2017. Randolph G. Russell, author of American History in No Time, spoke...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Gail Padgett, President of The Pine Castle Woman's Club, addresses the winners of the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Student Essay Contest. The essay contest winners, pictured from left to right, are: Georgia Hungerford, Dayna Harmon, Hailey Warn,...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
Winners of the 2017 Pine Castle Woman's Club Fifth Grade Essay Contest listen to Linda Chapin's presentation at the awards luncheon hosted by the Pine Castle Woman's Club on April 12, 2017. The essay contest winners, pictured from left to right, are...
May 23, 2017
by: jtracy
When I grow up, I will be a good citizen by... Helping in all the ways I can like, helping police officers, protecting the environment, and volunteer at places just to make sure I see a smile on people's places.... Excerpt from Shenandoah Elementary...
May 21, 2017
Antoine Demetrius Smith - Toine as his mother called him - joined the Marines just five days after he graduated from Dr. Phillip's High School in May 2001. He reported for duty to Paris Island, South Carolina, and was sworn in as a Marine Private...