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PAGE 10 THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 KeyClub formed at Florala High School The Kiwanis Club Tri Cities held a charter din- ner on Thursday, September 11 at Florala High School. The dinner was in honor of the new Florala High School Key Club and to swear in members. Sixty-five guests attended the meeting includ- ing Kiwanians, K-Kids Club members, Key Club Members, parents and faculty. The Key Club Mission: Key Club is an inter- national student lead organization that provides its members with Opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. Values: Leadership,character building, caring inclusive- ness. Vision: We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. The Key Club Pledge is "I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the objects of Key Club International; to build my home, my school and community; To serve my nation and God; and to combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions." KEY CLUB OFFICERS Secretary Mor- gan Stokes, Pres- ident Katilyn Geohagan, Vice- President Sean Grissett, Treasur- er Savion Salter, and Editor Sami Hammac. KEY CLUB MEMBERS (not in order) Kyle Hadley, Brittany Allred, Alexis Bedsole, Layne Caffy, Jayce Caraway, Savannah Craig, Austin Franklin, Lane Hunt, Avery McNeill, Lily Ritzel, Jaret Oswald, Callie Wise, Nick Bedsole, Shay Brooks, Lane Crctig, Kaylee McDaniel, Grace McNeil, Wade Simpson, Hannah White, and Ellis McDaniel. WINDHAM WINS Pebo Windham of Florala won the $6OO-To-win Pure Stock feature Friday night. He drove his #44 to victory lane at Northwest Florida Speedway, a 14-mile dirt track located in Black- man, FL. This is his seventh win of the season. He is sponsored by Boyington Transmissions. Shown are Jennifer Adams, Pebo Windham, Payton Windham and Ernie Dewrell. FHS homecoming set Florala High School students will soon begin working really hard on floats for their homecom- ing parade. The parade will be held Friday, Sep- tember 26 in downtown Florala beginning at 1:30 p.m. All businesses are encouraged to decorate their windows in support of the Wildcats. A pep rally will also be held on Friday, Septem- ber 26 at the Florala High School stadium begin- ning at 11 a.m. The Homecoming Queen along with her court will be presented. A bon fire will be held Thursday night, Septem- ber 25 at 7 p.m. at Lake Jackson. Following the bonfire a Powder Puff football game will be held at Matthews (cost is $2.00 each for powder puff game). Fridt/y night's game will begin at 7 p.m. against Akron with Homecoming festivities beginning at approximately 6:20 p.m.. Parents, business own- ers, friends, alumni and relatives are encouraged to attend the homecoming festivities A homecoming dance, sponsored by Florala High School Booster and Alumni Club will be held im- mediately following the football game. The event is open to all FHS students and their dates. No one over the age of 20 is allowed. The dance will be chaperoned by members of the FHS Booster and Alumni Club. Attire must comply with school dress code. Price of admission is $3.00 single and $5.00 couple.