The Brownsville States-Graphic
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Corner Katherine Horn
Spring has sprung – yea!!!! We love seeing all the trees and flowers bloom all over town. It is always so pretty. We have been having some work done to the library roof and it is looking quite pretty as well. Please pardon the occasional noise, the repaired roof is worth a little noise and dust. Thank you for your patience. The month of April has arrived. Here is a list of events happening here at the library: Toddler Time – April 19 at 11 a.m. Join us for stories, coloring and a light snack. All toddlers and their caregivers are invited to attend.
Lunch & Learn – April 28 at 12 noon in the Meeting Room. We are trying to coordinate for some of the other mayoral candidates to come and be with us. We are finding it a bit difficult to contact some of these fine gentlemen. If Mr. James Peace, Mr. Larry Fitts, and Mr. Mike Dew would please contact Katherine at the library to arrange a time (either April 28 for two people or May 26 for one additional person along with Mr. Ashworth) to come speak, we would greatly appreciate it. Let’s Lunch & Learn at the Library! We’ve added some new
books to our collections. Here is a brief list of some of the new titles: “Aunt Dimity Down Under” by Nancy Atherton “Secret Whispers” by V. C. Andrews “Money to Burn” by James Grippando “The New Codependency” by Melody Beattie “Big Girl” by Danielle Steel “Shattered” by Karen Robards “I Know Where I’m Going: Katherine Hepburn” by Charlotte Chandler “Iron River” by T. Jefferson Parker “The Last Illusion” by Rhys Bowen Happy Reading!
Haywood Elementary School 1st Grade - Fourth Six Weeks
First Honor Roll Ruth Aguilar, Omarion Ballard, AnnWesley Banks, Emily Barcroft, Jatlin Bunch, Carleigh Cannon, Elizabeth Carpenter, Terrance Carpenter, Ana Syria Carson, Reed Chapman, Emma Clagg, Anahi Cruz, Shaqwan Currie, Chelsea Dancy, Victoria Dancy, Carmen Dew, Shakirah Drake, Anna Evans, Atlex Evans, Aniya Flournoy, Austin Foust Brianna Gaines, Tanner Gatlin, Zuri Gonzalez, Michael Harris, Amariah Hines, Jonathan Hines, Riley Hooser, Emani Hopkins, Jaylon Johnson, Mackenzie Johnson, Michael Johnson, Jasmine Jones, Kennishia Jones, Shamarion Jones, Elizabeth Kirby, Holden Lewis, Saria Long, Veronica Lopez, Taylor Maclin, Makyah Mann, William Martin, Drew McBride, Madeline McCage, Molly McCage, Abby McFarland, Angel Medina, Tranahja Miller, Jaylen Montgomery, Mikya Montgomery, Katelyn Moore, My’Kala Mullins, Olivia Munsey, Paxton Nabors, Alex Navarrete, Omarion Odneal, Hunter Ostrom, Garrison Parker, A’Darius Pendergrass, Vicky Perez-Santos, Dyriah Pickens, Amber Pocock, Uziel Policarpo, Mia Kate Prince, Ryan Pugh, Jordan Rogers, Haley Roten, Logan Rushing, Xavier Taylor, Xzavion Turner, Jesse Velotta, Briana Walker, Jasmine Wellington, Nyana Whitelaw, Perri Woodland, Rianna Woods, Edmund Rutkowski, Talaya Sabree, Velma Santos, Julia Snowden, Hannah Stoots and Tylan Taylor
1st grade 2nd honor roll Lori Baird, Marcus Banks, Shantia Blakely, Marcellaus Boyd, Madison Bull, Christian Burchette, Brian Burns, Eli Cannon, Bryse Carlton, Chloe Grace Carver, Aniyah Colbert, Trey Cunningham, Dewayne Douglas, Myeshia Douglas, Matthew Ellington, Emma Essary, Hayden Floyd, Brionna Folks, Jeremy Forrest, Ethan Fox, Ashareyah Franklin, Marianna Fuller, Ethan Garland, Emmanuel Garrison, Samara Gray, Jor’Ja Greer, James Haley, Gavin Handy, Shacoria Hannah, Madison Harris, Joshua Hayes, Sam Haynes, Dreasjon Henley, O’Brien Henley, Lailah Hines, Trevon Holloway, Johnny Holmes, Brakiah Hudson, Amber Jeter, Devin Jones, Shaniya Jones, Ta’Lexia Jones, Angelisa Kimble, Hollis Lanier, Shelby Littlejohn, Jordan Mann, Ryan Martin, Georgie McBride Britlyn McGarity, Zoe Melo, Madison Moore, Aiden Morton, Markavis Morton, Anthony Nile, Kabira Oldham, Sophie Overton, Rhyan Peet, Blessed Peoples, Mason Phillips, Alexis Priddy, Kha’Nya Randolph, Diamond Robertson, KeErica Robinson, Jumya Rudd, Drake Sills, Edwin Smith, Joseph Springfield, Elisabeth Steele, Jamesha Taylor, Melvin Taylor, Melanie Tyus, Peyton Vales, Cynethia Vaughn, Jacob Warren, Jayna Watkins, Shar’Nicols Wilks and Keresa Woods
Students perform “magic” with their work On Friday, March 5, first and second honor roll students celebrated their achievements for the 4th Six Weeks with a visit from a very friendly magician. East Side students and staff were amazed as he performed tricks and encouraged the students to continue to work hard at their studies and to always have good character. Congratulations to those students and keep up the “magical work.”
The Firehouse 3302 Hwy 70W • Brownsville,TN
Friday Karaoke with Jerry & ruby 9:00pm - 1:00am Cover Charge $2.00
saturday Wild hearts 9:00pm - 1:00am Cover Charge $5.00
The Jackson Tennessee Chapter of the Links, Inc. hosted their Thirty-fourth Scholarship Beautillion Banquet this past Saturday night, April 3, 2010 at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson. Mr. Denzel Epperson came away with both Mr. Entrepreneur and Mr. Beautillion 2010. Denzel is a junior at JCM High School. He is the son of Mia Bowles Epperson and Marvin Epperson and is the grandson of Mary Bowles of Stanton. The family thanks each and everyone for their support.
Coach Grant teaches motor skills in PE Coach Grant is teaching hand and eye coordination and fine motor skills using juggling in PE class at East Side Elementary. The students are practicing with colorful sheer handkerchiefs and enjoying every minute of it! Here a student is trying his best to imitate Coach Grant as he models.
ES students excel in reading participation Mrs. Peggy Jackson of the UT Extension office presented East Side Principal Opal Hay with a trophy in recognition of her students’ participation in the Reading Wall of Fame for the 4th Six Weeks. East Side students read more books than any other school in the county that participated in the program. Mrs. Hay gladly accepted and encouraged students to keep on reading. In addition, Mrs. Jackson spoke with the parents in the audience and gave them examples of ways to strengthen reading skills using newspapers at home.