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Foresters celebrate anniversary; Mask plays in All-Star Game

Judy and John Forester recently returned from a five-day trip to New York City celebrating their 34th anniversary on June 2. During the week, they saw three Broadway shows: “Beautiful,” “Summer” and “Phantom of the Opera,” and were entertained during lunch at Ellen’s Stardust Diner. They enjoyed great food and atmosphere at John’s Italian, Lillie’s Victorian and Del Frisco.

John took a tour of Madison Square Garden and they also spent time admiring the craftsmanship of old architecture in different areas of the city. For their anniversary, they strolled through Central Park and ended with a delicious dinner at Tavern On The Green.

High school graduates  of 2018, from Mississippi and Tennessee, played in Millington, Tenn., at the USA Stadium seventh annual All-Star Game Tuesday, June 5.

Holly Springs graduate from Briarcrest Christian School, Juston Mask (short stop and right fielder), was selected to play in the All-Star Game, which was coached by Craig Hopkins from BCS, among other high schools. The private school versus public school competition was hosted by Holly Springs native and manager of USA Stadium, Johnny Ray. The private school team won the All-Star Game 13 to 6.  

Juston Mask has committed to play baseball and continue his education with the University of Memphis for the 2018-2019 season. He is the son of Amy and Perry Mask and grandson of Vicki Swords, all of Holly Springs. Congratulations to Juston for all of his accolades playing varsity baseball. We all look forward to seeing him set the baseball world on fire playing for the University of Memphis!

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