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Accolades to RHS Alumni Association

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The Ruston High School Alumni Association is to be commended for hosting an awards luncheon on Sept. 24 at Squire Creek. The honorees were as follows: Julie Stephenson, Distinguished Teacher; Ruth Potts, Distinguished Retired Teacher; Murrie Lee Turnbow, Distinguished Deceased Teacher; Cherry Kirkpatrick, humanitarian; Johnny Maxwell, businessman; and Dr. Joan Blondin, medical field. Those of us who were honored express sincere appreciation for this occasion.
Special words of thanks go to Jackson Thigpen and John Sachs who presided over the event. Mr. Sachs stated, “It was a labor of love to find those who serve others.”
Ruston High School is making great strides in academia under Mike Milstead, principal. The PowerPoint presentation was an encouragement for the future of the school.

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Many made JDRF walk possible

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To all of the people and businesses that helped and donated to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) walk, I want to extend a sincere thank you for your time and effort.
As of today, this event has generated more than $22,783 to aid research for the cure of Type 1 Diabetes.
For a second year, Waggoner Engineering was a charitable sponsor for this event. Businesses that participated in the fundraising for the walk were Beehive Outlet, Community Trust Bank, Karen’s Hallmark and Super 1 Foods. A.E. Phillips Laboratory School, Cypress Springs Elementary and Cedar Creek also raised money for the event.

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