Walker honor graduates applauded by business partners
Jun 26, 2011
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At LaFayette High Honors’ Day, Walker County Board of Education chairperson Phyllis Hunter (left) and director of personnel Craig Davoulas (right) honored the top ten percent of the graduating class of 2011 with certificates of recognition for their outstanding achievement from The B.E.A.T. of Walker County (Business Education Alliance Together) and superintendent Melissa Mathis. In front: Marina Curry, Jonathan Ingram, Amanda Leming, Caitlin Manning, Sarah Dana, Ashley Eady, Hannah Edge, Kelly Grigsby, Taylor Neal, Samantha Pruitt, Sky House, Zach Varnell and Mason Walker. In back: Emma Abel, Allison Ashley, Kristen Babbitt, Nathanael Brown, Ethan Hunter, Morgan Mefford, Josh Morgan, Claire Garner, Ashley Hicks, Dustin Horne, Shelby Rogers, Hannah Turner and Lance Underwood. Not pictured, Jacob Burnett.
At Ridgeland High School’s Honors’ Day, Robert Hitchcox, chairperson of The B.E.A.T. of Walker County (Business Education Alliance Together), honored the top ten percent of the graduating class of 2011 with certificates of recognition for their outstanding achievement from The B.E.A.T. and superintendent Melissa Mathis. In front: Chelsea Green, Kalen Hunt and Cori Hudson. Middle: The B.E.A.T. chairperson Robert Hitchcox (Chattanooga Coca Cola Bottling), Nate Roberts, Brittani Farmer, Kaitlin Jordan, Alisha Caissie, Amber Burnham, Patrisha Ballard, Krista Baker, Kristel Romines and Chelsey Sizemore. In back: Alex Ridge, Jared Harmon, Crystal Coleman, Logan Clark, Rebecca Terrell, Brittani Murphy, Amanda Lowrance, Christian Burket, Dana Jones, Michelle Rippy, Josh Stoker and Stacey Wells. Not pictured: Kori Collins, Matthew Bruce and Taylor Ballew.
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