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Danville-Neel School Science Fair winners announced

Danville-Neel Elementary School’s 2016 Science Fair winners are as follows:Kindergarten-first place, Zoey Cooper; second place, Jada Weaver and Alivia Templeton; third place, Jaxson Smith and Matthew Cato; honorable mention, Gracie Peters, Colby Reed, Marylee Martinez, Jose Martinez, Noah Vanacor and Alexis Parker Hamby.

First Grade- first place, Callie White; second place, Austin Noll and Cooper Boyles; third place, Irelyn Lott and Aubrey Posey; honorable mention, Brycen Frye, Jair Martinez, Arley Grace Dillehay, Wyat Hollon and Grayson Soronce.

Second Grade-first place, Mitchell Owens; second place, Ava Templeton and Carly Beth Hensley, third place, Garrett Cooper and Landon Sparkman; honorable mention, Andrew Woods, Jace Glenn, Andre Craig Suits, Andrew Ranson and Anslea Henderson.

Third Grade-first place, Ashley Lindsey; second place, Buckley Williams and Wendy Reyes; third place, Alivia Wiley and Louden Tanner; honorable mention, Klaire Rooks, Mia Ramos, Ben Ellenburg, Kendal Wydner and Preston Crowe.

Fourth Grade-first place, Kason Jeffreys; second place, Chandler Brown, Wyatt Crowe; third place, Olivia Vest and Ashley Ramos; honorable mention, Huntley Segars, Lilly Prater, Emily Lacy, Katie Craig Suits and Luke Hester.

Letha Summerford Hopkins moved Mon., Feb. 29, to the home of her grandson, T.J. Holmes, on Nanceford Road. Letha had been in Summerford Rehab and Nursing Home for a year after breaking her knee in a fall. Her mother, Vivian Summerford of Round Top Community, will also be living at T.J.’s. We wish them good days and our thoughts and prayers are with them. Letha and Vivian are well known Avon ladies in the area.

George Bartke from the Journey Church at Eva was the guest speaker for the Celebrate Recovery Program at McKendree UMC Fri., Feb. 26. He told about different addictions he had experienced and getting help. Everyone enjoyed the communitywide supper and the group sessions after the program. Brother Mike Vest conducted the service.

Wanita Nisly went to Montezuma, Ga. on March 1 to visit Matilda Yoder and her family. She is Wanita’s younger sister. Then she went to Newcomers Town, Ohio to visit her sister Gloria Hershbergers and stayed March 4-8. She attended her nephew Andre Hershbergen’s baptism at Salem Mennonite Church while there.

The Rev. Samuel and Arlene Nisly went to Alturas, Calif., Thur., March 3. Rev. Sam attended a Mennonite conference there. They will return on Tues., March 8.

The college and career class from Fairview: The Grace Place will meet Thur., March 12, at 6:30 p.m. at Lynn and Valerie Williamson’s home. They meet twice each month on Thursday nights. Their study now is on “The Armor of God.” Everyone is welcome to attend these classes. The Light up the Night egg hunt will be Thur., March 26, from 6-8 p.m. There will be glowing eggs, lanterns and yummy desserts.

The annual 5K midnight run will be Fri., March 13, at 11:59 p.m. This is a fundraiser for the Carpenter’s Cabinet Food Bank. Please contact Fairview Church if you are interested in participating in this event.

On Wed., night at 6:30 p.m. Brian Bowers conducted the Bible study at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Brother Wayne Penn is their pastor. Members held their monthly business meeting March 9, at 6:15 and enjoyed a potluck supper.

Belated happy birthday wishes go out this week to Barry Hardin on March 7. Happy birthday wishes also go out this week for Isaac Walker on March 11, Bobbie Callahan Nix on March 13 and Ruth Hardwick Perry on March 17.

Danville Lady Hawks, with the leadership of Coach Paul Wilson, played Decatur Lady Raiders varsity and JV, Tues., March 8.

On Thur., March 10, the Lady Hawks varsity and JV will play West Morgan’s Lady Rebels at 4:30 and 6:00 p.m. We wish the Lady Hawks a great season.

Danville Hawks played Addison High School on Tues., March 8. Coach Brian Ellis is proud of the Hawks efforts this season. He is hopeful for a good baseball season. On Sat., March 12, the Hawks will play Parker at 11 a.m. and Cordova at 1 p.m. Everyone go out and support the boys and girls. We wish them the best season ever.

 

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