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PAGE 10 THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2009 i!~ DAVID WINDHAM of Florala, took home a $1,000 first place prize Saturday night in the Street Stock division at Southern Raceway, a 3~8-mile dirt track in Milton, FL. He also won the $1,000 event last weekend at Northwest Florida Speedway. He is sponsored locally by Florala Pharmacy and Norman's Garage. I W S' Harlan s Soil & Water Conservation District W.S. Harlan students party at the State Line Adventure's Miniature Golf & Corbey's Students who made their Accelerated Reader goals for the 4th 9 weeks were treat- ed to free rounds of miniature golf courtesy of Mrs. Jerri Kimbril at the State Line Ad- venture's Miniature Golf facility. Students were then taken to Corbey's Ice Cream and dell for an ice cream cone. In recognition of all their reading,: a Corbey's gift certificate was given to each participating classroom and all of the students received tickets for a single free round of golf. WSH would like to say thanks to both State Line and Corbey's forsupporting our outstanding readers! 1ST& 6TH GRADES (back, l-r)Kristen Bigner, Mason Adams, Tracy Black, Sami Ham- mac, Morgan Stokes, Bailea Rickett, Kyndall Reed, Michelle Pilgrim, Josie Dorsey, Blake Donaldson, Savion Salter; (third row, l-r) Dustin Gillespie, Harleigh Pouncey, Makayla Parker, Alphonso Gillis, Jacob Hammac, Patrick Simpson, Jakiyah : Griffin, Jenna Gools- by, Kaden Harrison, William Martin, Matthew Peters, Vinson Flowers, Clayton Geohagan, Andrew Aplin; (second row, l-r) Kindal Wilson, Jillian Holmes, Laken Hadley, Pharai Barnes, Devon SPademan, Abigail Martinez, Lily McDaniel, Madisun Maloy, Lee Stewart, Logan West; (front row, l-r) Meredith Parker, Kaiden LeMa.ire, Jerilyn Kemp, Kelsee Stew- art, A.J. Lee, Beth Jordan, Selina Rodriguez, Alex Dean. WINNERS: 2nd place - Conner McDonnell, 1st place Alexandria Reed, 3rd place - Michael Miller are shown with teacher Sylvia Taylor, and SWCD Specialist Patricia Gable. WINNERS: 3rd place Jaylen Martin, 1st place Tami Hilson, 2nd place - Garry Maxey along with teacher Teresa Seay and SWCD Specialist Patricia Gable. Third grade classes at W.S. Harlan Elecnentary participated in Dig It! The Secrets of Soil Poster contest sponsored by the Covington County Soil and Water Con- servation District. The students were taught a lesson about the essen- tial role soil plays in our by SWCD Education Specialist Patricia Gable, then all stu- dents received poster board and follow up student book- lets were given to the class- room teachers. The students were en- couraged to share and dis- cuss these'ideas with their parents, then to create a meaningful poater. Every child that attempted a post- er was given a participant ribbon to reward their ef- forts and interest in con- servation. Each class had a first, second and third place winner and" a cash award was presented to all first place class winners. 2ND GRADE (back row, l-r) Sam Eves, Zanda Wilkins-Simon, Joseph Carnley, Janaya Barnes, Evan Townsend, Tristan Stokes, Leroy Mitchell, Hannah Goodwin, Kellie Hall- ford, Aerial Bozarth; (middle row, l-r) Nichole Charlton, Porche Williams, Morgan Kil- patrick, Damasia Chambers, Dylan Willette, Dylan Pouncey, Briannah Martinez, Alivia Laird, Abbie Petrey, Taylor Mount, Alexis Lowery; (front row, l-r) Sean Chambers, Aar- ron Simoneaux, Avonte Oliver, Kewaun Benson, Hunter Truman, Trenton Owens, Nealand Stone, Taylor Mount. FHS students honor teachers Florala High School Student Government recognized its faculty and staff for Teacher Appreciation Day on Tuesday, May 5. The SGA gave everyone a personalized thank you note and a bottle of water as a thank you for quenching the stu- dents' thirst for knowledge. " We feel fortunate as part of the student body to recognize the teachers that not only of- fer us a fine education, but also guidance and inspiration." Class of 2009 Baccalaureate service Sunday, May 24 2 p,m. at Florala High School _ I I II i It I 858-2741 ,/. ..... 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