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Danville-Neel honor students are recognized

Bro. John Bain celebrated his 56th birthday Fri., Jan 13, by having lunch with his mom and brother, Danny, and a birthday supper with his wife Terri and their family. Two days earlier, on Jan. 11, he turned in a “Project in Ministry” report to the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He still has a few more hoops to make in his doctoral program but expects to receive his doctorate next May.

Special belated happy birthday wishes go out to Belinda Vest and Ken Clark, both on Jan. 15. Tina Long on Jan. 18, Nik Newell on Jan. 19 and Helen Taylor on Jan. 20.

Shady Grove Baptist Church members sent out prayers and love this week to Kayla Terrell, Rick Cannon. LeAnn Lamar, Cecil Ransom, Perry Ham-pton, Don L. Allen, Shirley Bibb, Stephanie Hyde, Chuck Honer, Blondie Morris, Erline Ballew, Janis Spinks, Tina Long, Delbert Vest, Rhonda Lindsey, Eunice Chappell, Gloria Hadder, Barbara Gillespie and Jerry Jordan.

Get well wishes are extended to my friend, Johnny Fenlayson, who is recuperating from a fall.

Christian love and prayers are extended to the family of Jimmy and Irene Morgan in the recent loss of Jimmy’s dad. May God be with all of you during you time of sadness.

Danville-Neel Elementary School has announced “A” and A-B” honor students for the second nine weeks grading period as follows:

Second Grade

(A) Ashlyn Bazzell, Kinley Coots, Carter Holladay, Bo Huff, Bishop Huff, Austin Kirby, Maddie Loyd, Evan Mansell, Audrey Marshall, Charlie Mayes, Karlie McCleskey, Dylan McCles-key, Kohl Randolph, Skylar South, Navaeh Waldrep, Re-becca Brackeen, Natalie Cartee, Reighly Griffin, Rachel Ann Puckett, Cole Reynolds, Hannah Anders, Abbie Bolton, Piper Dar-nell, Jasmine Ferrell, Tren-ton Hart, Landon Hensley, Delaney Kelso, Aubrey Mitchell, Jonathan Ryan, Sierra Thompson, Cole Waddell, Lydia Williams, Carson Crowe, Witten Mor-gan, Mya Scott, Rebecca Shipley, Jordan Thomas, Abby Williams, Grayson Glenn, Jackie Holmes, Na-talee Felong, Xander Rob-inson, Caitlin Strick-land and Cody Westmore-land.

(A-B) Breanna Garrison, Seth Woodard, Serenity Morris, Nick Alred, Elizabeth Clark, Trevor Field, Hailey Larkin, Karter Laundry, Kaleb Moore, Caleb Warnick, M.K. Cobb, Dalas Griffith, Layla Staggs, Kimberly Tennant, Carson Cox, Brooklyn Garrison, Justin Hanline, Kameron Hogan, Hermione Karst, Joshua Raines, Makayla Slate, Colton West, Donald Atkins, Zack Bryant, Christine Clemons, Martin Lopez, Alia Luke, Stephanie Ramirez, Carson Roland, Ethan Strockbine, Breanna Walls, Peyton Way and Desirie Yost.

Third Grade

(A) Clayton Brown, Kasey Champion, Bret Evans, Dakota Fromhold, Taylor Hart, Makenzie Henderson, Devin Joyner, Kaleb Mason, Gavin Miller, Nicholas Whisenant, Daniel Brown, Dallas Chalus, Owen Burns, Tavish Garrison, Jada Hen-derson, Justice Huff, Mada-lynn Lambert, Tyler Sumer-al, Kaiya Weida Butler, Mallory Burcham, Jace Huff, Ty Lesher, Sydney Smith, Ellie Tucker, Gabi Vest, A.J. Willingham, Ricky Bradshaw, Dakota Hanners, Hailey Hols-houser, Jamey May, Shana Myers, Madison Nixon, Will Blackwood, Savannah Free, Kaie Slayton and John Michael Sosnowich.

(A-B) Caleb Fields, Breanna Gray, Tyler Stutts, Bobby Tapscott, Esmeralda Bahena, Clayton Copeland, Landon Garner, Rose Gar-rison, Christian Jones, Cam-eron Moore, Tristan White, Samuel Weatherwax, Aaron Ricks, Blaze Sparkman, Kassi Vaughn, Gadge Wig-ginton, Corey Austin, Tyler Borden, Kaitlyn Burley, Sydney Delockery, Tyler Dodgen, Lane Flowers, Cain McCaghren, Brayden Nickens, Griffin Sikes, Charlie Weaver, Emmie Beck, Carson Brannon, Owen Ellenburg, Mitchell Grubbs, Preston Heath, Caden Smith and Logan Jordan.

Fourth Grade

(A) Emma Broadfoot, Michael Burns, Jaydon England, Mallory Hampton, Faith Marshall, Molly Turner, Jabe Anderson, Grace Cobb, Hannah Heath, Toley Luker, Andy Parker, Karley Stone, Grant Sparks, Thomas Morrow, Nathan Cooper, Madison Cartee, Dakota Linderman, Savan-na Pelfrey, Lillie Dobbins, Kayla Crumley, Nathan Darnell. Cole Garner, Meaghan Hanback, Caleb Sanders, Tessie Simpson, Makayla Tennant Alexis Williams, Melissa Pike, Cooper McCay, Keaton Hogan and Madalyn Hollaway.

(A-B) Madison Bishop, Katelyn Bryson, Lucas Gibson, Noah Holder, Nathan Sanford, Maddie Sherrill, Katy Sparkman, Jake Waddell, Mason Cole, Gabe Cummings, Jeffery Kilgore, Aubree Randolph, Shayla Ray, Melissa Shutty, Alyssa Smith, Wendy Sparks, Walker Young, Dal-ton Irvin, Blake Ray, Kailee Adcock, Destiniy Win-chester, Drew Watts, Wren Cole, Drycen Tem-pleton, Tyler Smith. Mitch Sherrill, Emery Elliott, Devin Palmer, Daw-son Crowder, Michaela Coombs, Dominic Eaton, Brennon Gooch, Kelsey Hogan, Marissa Legg, Willoe McBride, Michael Parmley, Skylar Sparkman, Caley Tate, Austin Wilson, Clayton Winegardner, Brin-ten Evans, Jasper Eddy, Caleb Howard, Steven Parker, Emma Strockbine and Evan Prater.

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