Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Timberland’s DECA Club takes third place
Timberland’s DECA Club competed at a state competition the weekend of March 2.
Lakeesha Watson, Kaisia Prioleau and Shakyra Snyder won third place for the South Carolina DECA Community Service Project.
The project was a 20-page written document with attachments. In addition, this was a DECA chapter project and 16 students journeyed to Cordesville in December to work on the Palmetto Trail as part of the project.
Lauren Hunt and Sandra Smith received Honorable Mention for Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making Events. According to team advisor, Jillian Coffin, “These students also exhibited exemplary grace and stellar behavior.” Congratulations to these students, the advisor, and their families.
FBLA Annual Fashion Sees Red
The Future Business Leaders of America Annual Fashion show was held on March 2 in the Timberland auditorium.
The theme of this year’s show was “Hearts On Fire.”
All of the participants wore clothing in different shades of red and orange. They truly looked like they were “on fire.”
The students in Mr. Darby’s Carpentry class made all of the stage props. All of the proceeds will go towards assisting the FBLA members attend their national conference.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Robinson is the FBLA Advisor, and the show was coordinated by Cpl. Allison Taylor.
Congratulations and thank you to all who made this a huge success.
The Timberland softball team dedicated its March 6 game against Berkeley to Relay for Life.
Everyone wore pink at the game, and $396.60 was raised for Relay for Life.
This brings THS’s total of donations to Relay for Life to $2,714.22, which surpassed the goal of $2,000.
HOSA and Mrs. Lori Cox are still collecting money for luminary bags. If you are interested in a luminary, please contact Mrs. Cox. They are $10 each and will be decorated by a HOSA or health science student to your specification.
The bag will be placed with a candle inside and lit on the night of April 26 at the Relay for Life Event at the Berkeley High School football field. The name you put on the bag (in honor or memory of) will be read aloud at 10 p.m.
Congratulations to Mrs. Cox, the HOSA team, Coach Lailson, the softball team, and everyone who donates for helping raise money for Relay for Life. Come out on April 26 to support this worthy cause.
March 24: Xavier Male Choir performs at Wesley AME at 3:30 p.m. All choirs, groups, and soloists are invited to attend.
March 31: Easter Sunday at Wesley AME: Contact the Rev. Ej German at 257-4065 or email the church at email@example.com.
Happy March Birthday
Lorrine Gaskins, Patti Mathis, Mabel Shuler, Xzavier Padgett, Joseph German, Harry Nole, Saleyah Zjahne Wynn, Aaronda Jefferson, Kenny Wells, Ramona Nixon, Denea Nicole Fayall, Rachel Chance, Charlene Rutledge, Joseph Hamilton, Shanell Nole Fishburne, Cheryl Halvorsen, Yolanda Simmons, Tina Beauford Dickerson, Ashley Mazyck, Brian King, John Halverson, III, Winter McKelvey, Mark Hamilton and Raymond Williams Jr.
Namon Hamilton Jr., Kenny Wells, Kerry Daugherty, Lorrine Gaskins, Anna Swinton, Verna Gamble, George McCrackin, Sandy Wilson, Jr., Irvin Grissitte, Evelyn Scott-Smalls, Lance Britt, Debra Gaskins, Ray Snider, Wilton Green, Ernest Foster (Margaret Maybank’s brother), Ila Shuler, Irvin Ackerman, Debbie Beauford, Christine Reames, Phillip and Debbie Rowland, Leon Bradshaw, Ausy McConnell, Lorenzo McConnell, Bernice Taylor, Flora Beauford, Cleecy Lewis, Diane Mazyck, Walter Taylor, Marvin Brunson, Shirley Smith, Iva Bell Hawkins and Shenard Smalls.
Please remember our sick community members and our law enforcement, our military, and their families.
Sympathy and condolences to the family and friends of
Joshua Snider and Denvil Thompson.
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