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Kyleigh Wilson received a President's Award for Academic Excellence!  This award recognizes academic success by either 90 on 100 scale or A- on letter scale, or 3.5 on 4point scale PLUS high achievement on state or nationally normed reading or mathematics examinations or recommendations of a teacher plus one other staff member. This award is given to exiting students from their grade.

She also made the Principals's List at Philadelphia Middle School during the last nine weeks grading period. Kyleigh will be a ninth grader in the fall and is looking forward to entering high school. Her proud parents are Marcus and Shandra Moore Wilson. Congratulations!

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Wednesday, June 23, was a big day for Mickie Edmisson Williams! She and Sid Williams celebrated their 43rd Wedding Anniversary, and Mickie held the grand opening of her new business venture. 

M. Tootsie's Boutique and Gifts, located in downtown Philadelphia, has been Mickie's project for several months.  She has been so busy planning and ordering stock for her shop. It seemed like a perfect date to officially open M. Tootsie's. Their anniversary was a special way to commemorate another fantastic date in her life. Congratulations and best wishes for many more years together and best of luck with your new boutique!

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A precious baby boy made his arrival on June 24 into the welcoming arms of his parents.  Kye Stanton Darby weighed 7 pounds and 10 ounces of perfect sweetness. His very joyful parents are Mathew and Emily Jenkins.  Congratulations!

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Congratulations to Dr. Mckenzie Cannon Kilpatrick who completed her residency at CHS Blue Ridge Morganton Hospital in Morganton, North Carolina on June 19! She earned her medical degree from William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine.  She has worked so hard to complete her education along with having her daughter, Adelyn Rey, who is a beautiful child.  Her husband, Dustin Kilpatrick and her family are all so very proud of her.

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Thaggard Farms in Madden recently completed its annual "Horse Camp" which is not for horses, but young people who are interested in improving or learning new horseback riding skills. Many of the campers are cutting horse riders and belong to the Junior National Cutting Horse Association.

There are many different activities which the campers enjoy on horseback including some pond gymnastics from the back of a horse. It was hard work, but so much fun! A T-shirt with the name of the camp across the back became a favorite clothing item. Among those attending were Taylor Allen, Lane Deweese, and Annie Kate White.


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