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Jeremy Williams - second place,
Mrs. Morgan 's fifth grade class.
Brian AUen - second place. Miss
Blackman 's fifth grade class.
Stephen Bullard ? first place, Mrs. Vernon Miller ? first place, Mrs.
Maynard's fifth grade class. Brenington 's fourth grade class.
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Matthew H arren ~ second place. Kevin Reid ?? third place, Mrs.
Mrs. Brewington's fourth grade Huff's fourth grade class.
class.
Teicher Patterson ? sixth grade
essay winner, Mrs. Goodman 's
class.
Fenton Rogers - first place, Mrs.
Smith 's sixth grade class.
Lisa Lupo - second place. Mrs. Tara Jacobs - third place, Mrs.
Brown 's sixth grade class. Goodman 's sixth grade class.
Artistic winners
The poster contest sponsored by the Hoke Soil and Water Conservation
District turned out to be a huge success this year with over 100 fourth,
fifth, and sixth graders participating in the contest. The theme of this
years contest was " Conservation of Soli and Water, Our Hope for the
Future" First, second and third place winners were chosen from each
grade level with cash prizes awarded In the amounts of $10, $7.50, and 15.
Honorable mentions were given with prizes of $5 and $4 being awarded to
the winners . All participants received a Certificate of Participation.
11 Alice To Be Presented
The J.W. Turlington Chorus
will present Alice In Wonderland
on Tuesday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m.
in the school auditorium. Follow
ing the musical, the Chorus and
Sixth Grade Ensemble, will present
a program of songs.
The cast will consist of Jennifer
Eanes as Alice, Mary Anne Poole
as the White Rabbit, Christy Mc
Call as the Dodo Bird, Jennifer
Brock and Mandy Hedgepeth as
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum,
Kim Colston as the Caterpillar,
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Poster Contest awards presented
Casey Williams (right) receives a " Certificate of Merit" for her award
winning entry in the North Carolina Bicycle Committee's annual poster
contest. The certificate was presented during the Committee's May 6
meeting in Raleigh. Williams, who is a fifth-grader at Turlington School,
was sponsored by the Hoke County Parks and Recreation Department.
Her poster won " Most Original " from the fifth-grade. A total of 234
posters were entered in this year 's contest. Each poster had to incorporate
some combination of bicycling and a North Carolina feature or landmark.
It also had to promote this year's North Carolina Bicycle Week Theme of
" North Carolina is for Bicycling. " Certificates were awarded for the
" Best Theme Interpretation," " Best Drawing," and " Most Original
Poster" in grades four, five and six. A total of nine students received cer
tificates. In addition to her certificate, Williams also received over $100 in
prizes from national bicycling manufacturers. Presenting the certificate to
Williams is Wesley Webster (left). Deputy Secretary of the North Carolina
Department of Transportation. Observing is Jeanette Carl of Raleigh,
who is a member of the state Board of Transportation.
HILLCREST BAPTIST CHURCH
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The Teaching Ministry Begins at 9:45 a.m.
MORNING WORSHIP 1 1:00 a.m.
EVENING 7:00 p.m.
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Wednesday - 7:00 p.m.
CHOIR Youth 6:00 p.m.; Adult ? 7:00 p.m. Monday
Each Sunday Morning God's Loue Glues You An Invitation To
Fellowship And Worship. And When He Isn't First You Destroy
Yourself. Please Share With Cod's People His Grace'
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Lord In Your Heart In '83.
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By Turlington Chorus
Julie Cameron as the Chcsire Cat,
Russell Arno as the Mad Hatter,
Larinda Butler as the March Hare.
Kendra Dockery and Greg Martin
as the Queen and King of Hearts
?nrt ifim Tones as the Dormouse.
The chorus has 95 members and
the Sixth Grade Ensemble has 27.
Student accompanist will be Tanya
Baker, Donna Brock, Melissa
Brock, Kim Colston, Rhonda Ellis
and Teresa McClendon.
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