March 25, 2010
The Byhalia High School Class of 2000 is planning its 10-year reunion.
“We are planning our class reunion, and there are a few classmates we just can’t seem to locate,” said Lakesha Austin-Knight, one of the organizers of the event.
The reunion will be held in July.
“If you graduated from Byhalia High School in 2000, we need to hear from you,” she said.
Please call Lakesha Austin-Knight at 901-415-4334 or Deadrick Bogard (class president) at 662-402-2381.
Marshall Academy students rewarded for raising funds
Students at Marshall Academy were recently rewarded with a fun SuperKids field day by the American Lung Association in Mississippi after raising more than $2,300 to support the organization. During this fun field day, students participated in games such as relays, potato sack races and a tug-o-war competition.
“Through SuperKids, students learn the importance of taking care of their lungs and supporting projects that help people in their community,” said Amy Ellis, director of programs for the American Lung Association in Mississippi. “The donations raised by these students will help to continue vital lung disease programs and research.”
SuperKids is a tobacco education program put on every year by the Lung Association that includes a tobacco educational talk prior to the field day where students are given the opportunity to collect donations to support lung health in Mississippi. Incentive prizes are awarded to students raising at least $20.
Kaylee Fitch collected the most money overall at Marshall Academy after raising $200 and was recognized as the “Top SuperKid.” She received the grand prize which was a handheld flip video camera.
The American Lung Association in Mississippi thanks these hard-working students and the community for supporting their efforts.
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