Friday, May 16, 2014
Congratulations to the following Timberland cadets, who competed in their first 10K race at the Hell Hole Swamp Gator Run: Benjamin Wadford, Ricky Thornley, Skyler Morris, Randy Cannon, Roger Rembert, Dewayne Propes, John Martin, Fredrick Reaves Raymond Suazo.
Fred Reaves finished in first place in the Young Mens’ Division, wining his own personal Gator Head Trophy. Timberland High School won first place for the “Most Students to Ever Run the Race.”
Congratulate these cadets for pushing themselves to achieve their goal.
Also, congratulations to the Timberland Wolf Battalion Raider Team for coming in fourth at the Stratford Meet on April 5. The members are Benjamin Wadford, Raymond Suazo, Dylan Guerry, Fred Reaves, Ricky Thornley, Sydney Jackson, Skyler Morris, Randy Cannon, and John Martin.
JROTC is sponsored by Thomas D. Antwine, Major, U.S. ARMY (Ret), and Sgt. Earl Woodberry.
Happy May Birthday
Jayla Porcha, Amy Hiers Belcher, Kay Lambert Gaskins, Jamaica T. Simmons, Michaela Taylor, Patricia V. Thurman, Jordan Stewart, Jadyn Wigfall, Denean Raysor, William Perry, Willie Mae Wright, Nancy Wilson, John Thompson, Sr., Nikki Bone, Linda Feathers, Legrand Bunch, Titus May, Johnnie Hamlet, and Wendell Tucker.
Terrell Wigfall, Sanfanae Reese, Linda Morgan, Tammy Britt, Lorrine Gaskins, Sandy Wilson, Jr., Evelyn Scott-Smalls, Lance Britt, Debra Gaskins, Ray Snider, Wilton Green, Debbie Beauford, Christine Reames, Phillip and Debbie Rowland, Leon Bradshaw, Ausy McConnell, Lorenzo McConnell, Bernice Taylor, Flora Beauford, Cleecy Lewis, Diane Mazyck, Walter Taylor, and Marvin Brunson. Please remember all our sick community members and our law enforcement, our military, and their families.
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