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Riverside Christian Academy’s middle and high school science teachers, Kaycee Valcourt and Memorie Stultz, led a group of high school students to compete in NASA’s 20th Annual Great Moonbuggy Race. The Great Moonbuggy Race is an international competition that hosts over 100 teams each year. The race was held at the United States Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala. NASA developed the Great Moonbuggy Race in the early 1990s.
The Alpha Kappa Club of Fayetteville recently held its Spring Luncheon at the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. Honored guests were the scholarship recipients and their invitees. The two high school graduating seniors who have been awarded scholarships toward college tuition were introduced to the club by the Scholarship Chair Kitty Marsh. These newest recipients are Sara Gifford and Haley Renegar. Sara will be entering the University of Tennessee, Knoxville for
Pictured here are the 4-H County Horse Show Winners (from left) Beth Stubblefield, Senior Showmanship winner; Madalyn Koop; Aubrey Malone; Baylee Parton, Jr. High Showmanship winner; Taylor Butcher, Junior Showmanship winner; and Julie Avilla.
Historic white oaks, which once marked the site of Camp Blount here, are contributing to the community in a new way, thanks to the talent of a local craftsman and a vision shared by community leaders. Wooden bowls fashioned from the oaks by Willis Mason and sold for the benefit of the Crossroads to Destiny Scholarship Fund resulted in five Lincoln County High School graduating seniors each receiving $1,000 academic
Lincoln County High School FFA students are presented awards honoring their dedicated service to the local FFA Chapter. The 2013 Junior Workhorse Award was presented to Susan Cowley in memory of Ronnie Osteen, and the 2013 Senior Workhouse Award was presented to Jonathan McLeod in memory of Matt Malone. Both awards were presented by J.W. Brown, the Lincoln County Young Farmers & Ranchers president.
Parents of Fayetteville City School System students will have a new option for paying for school meals this fall, as the system launches an online payment system. “Parents can go online and put money in their children’s accounts,” explained Ron Perrin, supervisor for the school system. Cost is $1.95 per transaction, he said. Those wishing to continue traditional payments, such as sending money with their children to school, may do
These Lincoln County residents were among the Motlow College students recognized during a recent awards ceremony on the Moore County campus. Seated from left are Brandon Banks, who received the President’s Award and is a Phi Theta Kappa honor society graduate; Sheila Faircloth, the recipient of the French Award; and Evan Spurlock, who was recognized for his membership in the President’s Student Leadership Institute. Standing from left are Laken Taylor,