Tuesday, February 28, 2012
MMS student accepted to Art Academy
Trinity Bennett, an eighth grade student at Macedonia Middle School, recently received an acceptance letter to Goose Creek High School’s Art Academy.
Congratulations to Trinity. Macedonia Middle School is so proud of her and all of her accomplishments.
Teacher of the Year
Macedonia Middle School is proud to announce that Chris Matthews is its Teacher of the Year.
She has worked for middle schools in Berkeley County for 11 years, first teaching English Language Arts and now as a media specialist.
She thoroughly enjoys the many aspects of being an educator and is proud to represent MMS.
Pastor Appreciation Day
Oak Grove PH Church will host its Pastor's Appreciation Day on Sunday, March 18 at 10 a.m. Special guest singers are the David Hill Trio.
Oak Grove invites everyone to come out and join them on this day. Dinner will be served immediately following the service in the Family Life Worship Center.
Students accepted to Berkeley Middle College
Berkeley High School sophomore Miranda Craven recently became one of only 100 students accepted to attend Berkeley Middle College.
To be accepted, Miranda had to have a high GPA; take a test which consisted of math, English and reading; and write an essay.
Miranda wants to be a physical therapist, which takes four years of college. Next year she will take her high school courses and college courses at Berkeley Middle College, and it is possible that she may be able to complete her high school in one year.
Berkeley Middle College is located at Trident Tech’s Moncks Corner campus.
Miranda is the daughter of Randy and Donna Craven. They are very proud of her accomplishment. I am also very proud of Miranda as she is my granddaughter.
Christopher Perez, a junior at Timberland High school was also accepted to attend Berkeley Middle College. . Christopher wants to be a respiratory therapist, and will be earning an associate degree. He will begin next year taking his 12 grade courses as well as college courses.
Christopher is the son of Regina Browder, who is very proud of the accomplishment that her son has made. Congratulations, Christopher!
Happy 21st birthday to my grandson, Matthew O'Quinn (Feb. 28).
Happy Anniversary from Providence Baptist Church to Lonnie and Jenny Kessler (Feb. 28), and Rodney and Rhonda Hill (March 5).
Macedonia Middle School will hold its annual carnival on Thursday, March 22 and Friday, March 23. They will have games, prizes, rides, food, face painting and more.
The public is welcome. Please make plans to attend.
Class Reunion Meeting
The Macedonia High School class of 1992 will be hold a 20-year class reunion planning meeting and dinner on March 31 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be at Gilligans at the Dock in Moncks Corner.
Continue to pray for Virginia Kirkland, Kevin Bellemy, Sam and Yvonne Hood, Willis and Rita Wiggins, Willie and Neshia Cox, Cassidy Cox, Madison Litchfield, Kelly Umphlett, Kitty Cumbee, Wanda Guerry, Claudia Guerry, Joyce Lewis, Mrs. Thelma Schulknight, Eric Schulknight, Bill Garton, Sarah Jackson, Viola Murphy, Justin Knight, Maggie Dubose, Mildred Thames, Gloria Conner, Allen Mills, DP Caddell, Amelia "Weasie" Thames, Roy and Marlene Farmer, Marion and Juanita Mills, Bryon and Jenelle Watts, Gennie Vincent, Shirley Perry, Dexter Floyd, Rouse Thomas, Marilyn Tucker, Geraldine Garrett, Diane Litchfield, Kirby Litchfielde, Helen Crawford, Kit Reames, Gage Brinson, Yvonne Cumbee, Louise Litchfield, Wilma Morris, Diane Gaskins, Bo Langley, Sherry and Lee Ann Giza, Brenda Law, Patricia West, Kenny Morris, Shelvy Jean Wilson, Marie Barlow, Liz Barllow, Leah Mitchum, Ricky Hood, Colt Henderson (military), Daniel Cox (military), Tom Mathis, and our firefighters, military, community and country.
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