IN THIS issue In Memory of Nathan Hayes Our Band is SUPERIOR! CH&BS Athletes Compete at State
Contents | Winter 2011
Letter From The President
HECC & Elementary
Elementary, Middle & High School
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For these upcoming events! Homecoming 2012: Jan. 6 Expo Open House: Jan. 21 Into the Woods: Feb 3-5, 10-12 Chili Cook-Off: Feb. 25
letter from the president
During the recent holidays, there have been many wonderful moments of family visits, gift giving, and cherished memories. God is so good! We pray that your 2012 will be filled with God’s gifts of love. CH&BS continues to be blessed with the generosity of many individuals and churches, and we are grateful for each gift. Jesus taught that we must love our neighbors as ourselves, and that it is more blessed to give than to receive. The students at CH&BS are demonstrating these principles over and over again. They are participating in the Best Buddies program in the Lake County Public School System, providing the gift of friendship to the physically and/or mentally challenged. They have contributed to the United States Marine Corps Toys for Tots campaign. Our students have made CH&BS the largest contributor to Lake County’s Food Bank. They have participated in the Relay for Life Cancer Walk held on our campus, along with numerous other projects. Recently, five young men from the junior class formed a new club, calling themselves The Way, a name used to describe the earliest and simplest groups of Christians. Their desire was to simply unite students together to serve others. They were hoping to get 20-25 students to sign up, but in a matter of hours, 68 had done so. They called their first project “Jackets for Jesus” and its purpose was to literally and figuratively spread
the warmth of Christ in the community. In one week, The Way club members collected coats, blankets, and socks to provide to central Florida’s homeless. Over 1,100 items were collected and distributed to 450 homeless men, women and children. It is heartwarming to see that CH&BS students are embracing the concept of a Christian’s servant heart, and demonstrating it in compelling ways. They are blessed by blessing others. On behalf of our school, I express my sincere gratitude to each of you who bless CH&BS with your prayers and financial gifts. May you, in return, be blessed. All His best in 2012!
For the children,
James E. Moore
Homecoming 2012: Homecoming is scheduled for Friday, January 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the gymnasium. The JV boys play at 5:00, and the Varsity boys play at 8:00. Come enjoy the games and fellowship, and find out who is crowned the 2012 Homecoming King and Queen. Expo Open House: Make sure you tell anyone interested in learning more about our school about the Expo Open House on Saturday, January 21 from 2:00-4:00 in the CH&BS gym. There will be over 50 exhibits covering every aspect of our school, and teachers and administrators will be on hand to greet guests and answer any questions. Encourage everyone to “come and see what we’re all about!” Into the Woods: The Drama Department will present Into the Woods the weekends of February 3-5 and February 10-12 in the auditorium. The Friday and Saturday shows will be at 7:00 p.m. and the Sunday matinees are 2:00. Come see this ensemble performance! Chili Cook-Off: Mark your calendars now for the third annual CH&BS Chili Cook-Off fundraiser on February 25 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. on the baseball field. There will be entertainment, vendors, family fun, and some of the best chili around! Call the school at 352-383-2155 to participate as a vendor or chili chef! If you want to have the pleasure of being a “chili taster” and join in the fun, make plans now to attend! Imagine Magazine Winter 2011 | 3
A Second Chance The news was met with tears of disappointment and heartbreak by the MDB football coaching staff. Senior J’Varzeia Rivers, who had worked hard with the varsity Bulldogs getting ready for the 2011 football season, had been declared ineligible by the FHSAA because he is in his fifth year of high school. The coaches came up with a plan to take a little of the sting out of the devastating news for the athletic senior. They decided to add him as a coach. For a young man too accustomed to dealing with disappointing blows in life, J’Varzeia initially took the news hard, but embraced the opportunity given to him by the coaches to remain an integral part of the program. He was a huge motivational force on the sidelines, dressed in his khakis, “coaching staff” polo, visor, and headset like the other coaches. He encouraged every player on the sidelines during the games. Growing up, J’Varzeia lacked access to food, medical care, or consistent transportation to school. Participation in high school athletics was never an option in his tumultuous life. His youth minister and family placed J’Varzeia in our Home program two-thirds through the 2010-11 school year to give him opportunities that were otherwise unavailable. When the FHSAA declared J’Varzeia ineligible in August, it seemed the opportunity of playing high school sports had slipped away.
Sophomore Taylor Parr has been in our home program for four years, and has participated in various school-related activities during that time, including softball and color guard. While she enjoyed those to some degree, she just hadn’t found something she was passionate about. This year, however, she has found her niche! Taylor is a Junior Varsity basketball cheerleader and says she loves it. Her JV cheerleading coach, Amanda Van Dingstee, says, “Taylor has natural cheerleading spirit and is always looking for ways to encourage the other girls on the squad. She’s a phenomenal backspot and has fantastic jumps!”
In September, Director of Social Services Chuck Shepherd filed an appeal to the FHSAA on J’Varzeia’s behalf, asking that it reconsider his eligibility because of extenuating circumstances out of his control prior to coming to CH&BS. In the petition, Mr. Shepherd stated, “J’Varzeia has shown tremendous character and leadership skills, and has been a positive role model for other hurting children, in spite of his own painful past.” On November 2nd, Mr. Shepherd, Headmaster Pat Todd, and J’Varzeia traveled to Ocala for the appeals hearing, where the FHSAA reversed its decision and declared him eligible. There was elation and celebration from not only J’Varzeia, but from his teammates, their parents, and the coaches.
Taylor is thankful to be at CH&BS because it is such a safe, positive environment compared to the atmosphere at public school, which she often found unsettling before coming here. “I love being at CH&BS because I learn about Jesus in my classes,” she says. CH&BS Social Worker Johnnie Coley says, “Taylor has made wonderful strides since she came to us, including improvement in her grades and attitude.” She adds, “Most of all, however, Taylor has grown spiritually and has shared her faith with other kids.”
On November 4, 2011, J’Varzeia Rivers ran through the football tunnel – not in his coaching attire as in the previous games – but wearing his number 85 jersey. Football was not the end of J’Varzeia’s high school athletic career, but rather the beginning. He is a member of the varsity basketball team (winning the dunk contest at Midnight Madness) and plans to participate in Track and Field. Because of the love and support of his CH&BS family, J’Varzeia is embracing athletics, and every other opportunity, with open arms.
With basketball season in full swing, Taylor is having the time of her life. Varsity cheerleading coach Cindy Brown says of Taylor, “In my 15 years of coaching here, I don’t know if I’ve ever known a girl who has been more excited to cheer, and I’m really proud of the outstanding job she’s doing!”
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Wayne Sigley, and his wife Jean, began an association with CH&BS through their involvement with the Jacksonville Beach Church of Christ. It started with coordinating food and clothing drives at the church, and soon grew to include the promotion of the Jacksonville Area Wide Benefit Dinner. His employment career was primarily in the railroad industry; most recently as President of a company that renovates and repairs rail cars. Wayne and Jean travel to Guyana each year to spread the news of the Gospel and provide assistance to fledgling churches. Moore states, “Wayne brings a tremendous amount of energy and enthusiasm to his new role. His experience in the business world, coupled with his ability to motivate people, will enhance the entire Board.”
ti The upcoming event will be held r et h A nni ve on Saturday, February 18, at 6:00 p.m. in the Brackett Gymnasium. Prominent members of the CH&BS family, Mildred Boyd, Cletus Stutzman, and Vernon Means will be the featured speakers for the evening. The event will conclude with an Auction of beautiful quilts and other unique items. sa
Jack McDonald has a long history with CH&BS dating back to 1951 when he and his siblings arrived at the Children’s Home from Bay Minette, AL. Jack went on to graduate in 1961 and led the Bulldog basketball team to the State Championship. After a 20 year career with Scotty’s Building Supply, he returned to work at CH&BS in 1990 as the Vice President of Development. He held that position until retiring in 2008. His wife, Beth, worked as a teacher at CH&BS for over eight years. “Jack is known as the Living Legend at CH&BS. His love for the Children’s Home and school is evidenced by all the good works he has done over the past 60 years. He will be a wonderful asset to our Board,” said Moore.
2012 will mark the 30th Anniversary of the Boyd Scholarship Dinner. The scholarship fund was created by former CH&BS President Orvel Boyd and his wife Mildred in 1982 to assist deserving children and families who attend the Bible School. Over its thirty year history, the fund has grown to over $365,000 l a r ship ho D Sc and has provided financial assistance to more than 330 students. in
Dr. James Moore is pleased to announce that two new members have been added to the CH&BS Board of Trustees. Jack McDonald of Eustis, and Wayne Sigley of Jacksonville Beach, were welcomed to the Board at the November 2011 meeting. “We have been blessed to find two men who have dedicated their lives to the betterment of Christian Home & Bible School,” said Moore.
Two New Members
Boyd Scholarship Dinner
Board of Trustees Welcomes
Contact your local congregation or the CH&BS Development office for FREE tickets to this memorable event. Space will be limited, so mark your calendars now and make plans to attend!
Make a Difference We were blessed to have the Timberlane Church of Christ Youth Group on campus the weekend of November 18-20. The group of 40 spent time working with the CH&BS grounds crew, helping keep our campus beautiful. They also joined the children who reside here for a picnic at the Thompson House pavilion. All the kids enjoyed the interaction as they bonded during games of football, basketball, and volleyball. On the Saturday evening while they were here, Timberlane youth Rebekah Bell was baptized by her father. CH&BS is thankful for groups like Timberlane and value their commitment to the children at our school. Imagine Magazine Winter 2011 | 5
HECC & Elementary
Veterans Day 2011 Retired Florida Army National Guard Brigadier General Tim Sullivan was the keynote speaker at the annual Veterans Day program. The program started with a parade to the gym, and included performances by the band, HECC students, and elementary students. General Sullivan has a distinguished military record, and is a veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Sullivan has been awarded the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, and 10 other service medals. Dozens of military veterans attended the program, including regular attendee and CH&BS supporter Joe Archer, whose service to our nation is exceptional. He fought in three wars, beginning in 1943 when he flew 50 missions with the 15th Air Force in Italy during WWII. In 1952, he became an Air Force Intelligence officer, serving at the Far East Air Force Headquarters for 2 ½ years during the Korean War. He served as a Missile Crew Commander for five years during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He also served one tour in Saigon during the Vietnam War. He received the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star, three Air Medals, and many other service medals, retiring in 1971 as a Lieutenant Colonel. CH&BS salutes these two heroes, and all military veterans who have fought for our freedom.
Treat Students of all ages participated in the second annual Chick or Treat, held on October 28 in conjunction with a chicken supper and home football game. HECC, elementary, and some middle school students came dressed in colorful costumes and enjoyed strolling the campus and picking up treats together. Decorated tables stocked with a variety of goodies lined the park area and elementary breezeway as the sun began to set on our campus. High school students from various clubs and organizations warmly greeted the younger students, and parents enjoyed interacting with each other. Because the event involves and connects students of every age, Chick or Treat provides a genuine atmosphere of community for the CH&BS family. 6 | Imagine Magazine Winter 2011
Aubrey Harry celebrates Veterans Day
Dr. Moore with Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Joe Archer
CH&BS Children’s Theatre Debuts Flat Stanley In December, the MDB Children’s theatre presented The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley Junior. The cast consisted of 31 students from kindergarten through fifth grades. These students joined together with directors Rhonda Hammond and Sarah Garback and choreographers Robin Leto and Pamela Geoffrey to prepare the production. The acting, singing, and choreography were impressive, and the show was a great success. Left: Jessica Goempel and Hannah Carter
CH&BS Mourns the Loss of Fourth Grader
Nathan Thomas Hayes On September 24, 2011, Varsity boys head basketball coach Steven Hayes and secondary secretary Cherie Hayes lost their son, Nathan, in a tragic accident. Because he was such an integral part of CH&BS, and because Steven, Cherie, and their daughter, Kaylee, are part of the very core of our school family, grief over Nathan’s sudden death was pervasive and palpable on campus. Grief counselors were brought in for our students to help them cope with the news. Ten year old Nathan was a fourth grader in Mrs. Garback’s class, and was a fixture in our gym ever since his birth. He was the water boy for the varsity boys basketball team, participated in the fall and spring basketball leagues, and was always working on his game. Many of the varsity players had noticed that Nathan’s skills were considerably more advanced than other players his age. Nathan’s favorite NBA team was the Boston Celtics, and Paul Pierce was his favorite player. In a beautiful, compassionate gesture, Celtics Head Coach Doc Rivers came to the viewing and brought a signed Paul Pierce jersey. The students and staff wore Celtics green the Monday after the accident because of Nathan’s love for the team. Many of the MDB sports teams incorporated green into their uniforms, and the football team had “NH” decals on their helmets. In another compassionate gesture, CFCA (our first football opponent afterwards) wore their own “NH” decals on their helmets, and many of their fans wore green. Coach Hayes’ basketball players had special shirts made for the team, as well as for the Hayes family.
Nathan also loved the Florida Gators, and several of the Gator football players wore his name on their wrists during their next game. Nathan loved playing baseball and soccer, and spending time with his parents, sister Kaylee, and grandparents. He was active at his Orange Avenue Church of Christ congregation, where he participated in Lads to Leaders. Nathan had several close friends, and loved teasing and being teased by the varsity basketball players. The 2011-12 team served as honorary pall bearers, with six serving as actual pallbearers. The service celebrating Nathan’s life was a beautiful reflection of a phenomenal child, with touching remarks made by his sister, father, and grandfather. Outreach to the Hayes family has been enormous, and CH&BS has established the Nathan Hayes Memorial Scholarship Fund in his memory to provide college financial assistance to CH&BS graduates. If you would like to contribute to this fund in Nathan’s memory, please go to the chbs.org website to donate.
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See You at the Pole
Imagine the Presence of God...
Spiritual Emphasis Day For the first time ever on Spiritual Emphasis Day, students had an option of hearing messages from their peers, along with adult guest speakers, Lonnie Johnson, Cary Hadley, Matt Robinson, Gordy Prather, and Kenny Backhaus. Juniors Davis Brown, Chandler Larson, and Wes Means prepared lessons on the Presence of God in one’s social life, school life, and home life. According to faculty and students, these young men did an outstanding job. Afterwards, senior Natalie Gusler said, “Davis, Chandler, and Wes presented powerful lessons we could all relate to, and because of them, and the amazing chapel singing, everyone says this was the best Spiritual Emphasis Day ever.”
A record crowd gathered at the flag pole on September 28th at 7:00 a.m. for See You at the Pole Day. Bible teacher Jason McCreary, senior Cameron Howell, and junior Davis Brown spoke to those gathered, encouraging them and praying for the school, its students, and the nation. Mr. McCreary urged students to walk the walk of faith daily and reminded them that they will be the spiritual leaders in our nation’s future. Cameron emphasized what a blessing it is to be at a school where prayer is not just acceptable, but encouraged, and where Christ is the center. Davis spoke and read scriptures about the amazing comfort of God, and the ability He gives us to comfort each other in times of trial. It was a great way to start the school day in the Word and in prayer.
• Grandparents Day • Grandparents Day had a new spin on it this year, breaking tradition from the usual grandparents songs. The HECC and elementary students took their guests on a musical tour through the decades. Each class sang songs from a different decade, starting with the 1930’s, and many were dressed in attire appropriate for that time period. After the entertainment, the students were dismissed early to eat lunch and spend time with their grandparents or special friends. CH&BS loves its grandparents!
Top, from Left: students Holten Robertson, Drew Michael, and Dylan Truenow represent the 1970s on Grandparents Day. From Left: CH&BS juniors Davis Brown, Chandler Larson, and Wes Means speak during the 2011 Spiritual Emphasis Day 8 | Imagine Magazine Winter 2011
Right: Dr. Moore with two visiting grandparents.
and High School
Our Band Is SUPERIOR! On November 5th, at the Florida Bandmasters Association District Marching and Music Performance Assessment at Leesburg High School, the MDB Bulldog Pride Band received an overall Superior rating from the judges. This was the first time in MDB history for the marching band to earn a superior rating. During the past four years, the concert band received straight superior ratings, but the marching band had received excellent ratings for marching. MDB Band Director Doug Yopp said, “The band members went crazy on the field when the ratings were announced. I am very proud of them.” On November 14th, the marching band performed for the fourth consecutive year in the World Fest Parade which circles around Disney’s Epcot Center. MDB’s band is composed of 43 players, with 19 in middle school. Senior Band member and drum major Chelsea Massaro has been selected to the 2011-12 All-State Band for the second year in a row. Congratulations to Chelsea, Mr. Yopp and the Bulldog Band for their superior achievements!
Two Cheerleaders Selected as
Two MDB varsity cheerleaders, Kaylee Deleon and Heather Ward, were selected by the Universal Cheerleading Association as All-Americans, the highest honor given in high school cheerleading. Juniors Kaylee and Heather are both in their third year on the varsity squad. This is Kaylee’s second year to be selected. Tryouts for All-American are very competitive, with only a handful of cheerleaders across the nation being selected each year. Varsity coach Cindy Brown says, “Heather and Kaylee are not only awesome cheerleaders, but have excellent attitudes and work ethic. They are a joy to coach.” Imagine Magazine Winter 2011 | 9
MDB Bowler Strikes Big! Team Captain Blake Eldridge had a phenomenal season that launched him to individual state competition. The freshman won first place at the conference tournament out of 48 bowlers with a 201 average in a three game, 604 series. Blake came in second out of 43 bowlers at districts with a 219 average in a three game, 658 series. His second place finish at districts qualified him for state competition, where he came in 19th, with a 217 average in a four game, 868 series. In a non-FHSAA individual competition in October, the 15 year old took top honors out of 58 bowlers with a 227 average and a six game, 1361 series. Remarkably, a third of the bowlers in this tournament were at the collegiate level. The second place bowler is on a college team and was 21 pins behind Blake. This “freshman phenom” has a promising future, both individually, and on our MDB varsity bowling team.
CH&BS Athletes: Making A STATEment Varsity Girls Golf Team are Undefeated District and Regional Champions: Coach Jeannie Reed’s 2011 Varsity girls golf team had a history-making season. The undefeated team won both Districts and Regionals for the first time ever at MDB, qualifying them to go to state, where they finished in 12th place. This is the second year in a row the girls won Districts, and the fifth time they’ve won under Coach Reed since she began coaching in 1997. This was also the second year in a row for the girls team to go to state, and the third time in MDB history. Senior golfer and team captain Melissa Hill was named the female Lake-Sumter County Player of the Year. Coach Reed said of Melissa, “She’s been on the team since 2007 and has dropped 20 strokes from her average over those five years.” Congratulations to these state competitors and to Melissa for an outstanding year. Varsity Boys Cross Country Team Finishes 7th in State: The boys cross country team completed its season at the FHSAA State Championships with its third consecutive top ten finish, taking seventh place out of the 24 qualifying teams. The 2011 team successfully defended its Lake county title again this year, and was District Runner-Up to Circle Christian, who placed fourth at state. 10 | Imagine Magazine Winter 2011
Sophomore cross country sensation Troy Clark finished the season at 12th in the state with a personal record 16:39.07. Troy was also the 2011 Lake-Sumter County Champion and 1A District 7 Champion. During Troy’s freshman season, he was the Lake-Sumter Champion in both the 1600m and 3200m races, so he currently holds all the distance titles in those two counties. Senior Golfer Charlie Stubbs Goes to State: Senior golfer Charlie Stubbs closed out his high school career with impressive stats that not only allowed him to compete individually at the state level, but also made history in the MDB record books. During the 2011 season, Charlie set a new school record by shooting a 32 (-4) in a 9-hole match. As a captain, he led the 2011 Varsity golf team to an 11-1 record. After the conclusion of the season, Charlie was selected to the All-Central Florida Boys Golf Third Team. He was also named the Lake-Sumter County Player of the Year. He accomplished all of this while simultaneously participating in another sport. Charlie was also the punter and place kicker for our varsity football team.
Adrian Headquist Boyd
“Choose being kind over being right, and you’ll be right every time.” This quote by Richard Carlson is one of Adrian Boyd’s favorites. If you know Adrian, you know these words describe her life and career. She retired in October 2011 as a highly respected principal after 38 years of service in Lake County’s education system. Adrian Headquist and her six siblings came to CH&BS in February 1963 when she was 10 years old. Growing up in the dorms on campus, Adrian had several houseparents who influenced her life, but was especially fond of those with an open door policy. She described her upbringing in the home program as a “stable home with lots of love.” Adrian was a popular student, and was selected as Homecoming Queen as a junior. She dated 1969 graduate Monty Boyd, son of CH&BS President Orvel Boyd, and graduated in 1970. She graduated from Lipscomb University in 1973 with a degree in Health and Physical Education, and she and Monty were married that same year. They returned to CH&BS in the fall of 1973. Adrian taught English and P.E., and coached Varsity volleyball and softball, while Monty taught P.E., Bible, and U.S. History, and was the Varsity boys basketball coach after Cletus Stutzman retired. Growing up in the home program instilled a desire in Adrian to give back, and she and Monty became houseparents for several years, eventually working in every dorm on campus. They adopted the same open door policy as the houseparents who had influenced Adrian’s life growing up in the home. She and Monty had two children of their own, Chad and Lauren. Adrian earned her Master’s degree in School Administration/ Educational Leadership, and after years of teaching, she worked in administration, and was the principal at two Lake county elementary schools. Adrian was the principal at Lost Lake Elementary when she decided to retire due to her husband’s health. Although the decision to retire was difficult, she said it was also clear because “the most important things in life are not things, but family.” She received prestigious awards along
the way. While appreciated, those awards are not what Adrian values most from her successful career. “To be respected by my colleagues is the most rewarding honor,” she says. She was indeed respected by her staff as is reflected in these comments by Lost Lake Elementary 1st Grade Teacher (and CH&BS graduate) Cleta Stutzman Horton: “Adrian’s passion for education and desire for excellence is contagious, and her compassion for children and her beautiful spirit were evident in every aspect of her career. She is one of the most loyal, wise, honest, kind, and faithful women I’ve ever worked with.” Although retired, Adrian will continue to touch lives and hopes to volunteer at CH&BS, Habitat for Humanity and Hospice, and spend time with her grandchildren, Chadwick, Jr., Skylar, and Jaylen.
2005 Graduate serving In Peace Corps Joe South, a 2005 graduate, attended CH&BS since preschool, and his brother, Case, is now a junior. Joe graduated from the University of Tampa in 2009 with a Bachelors degree in International Business with a concentration on marketing. He studied abroad in Madrid, Spain for a semester. Joe joined the Peace Corps in 2010 and is currently serving in Santiago, Dominican Republic. He says, “I am having the greatest experiences of my life living in a third world country and serving others and being immersed into their culture and language.” Case is going to visit his older brother in Santiago during Christmas break. Joe will return to the United States in May of 2012 with a new appreciation for running water and electricity. Imagine Magazine Winter 2011 | 11
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Memorial & Honor Gifts September 15 to December 9, 2011
Betty Archer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Archer Jacqueline Arnold Ms. Ally Summers Lloyd Arnold Ms. Ally Summers Ella Atchison Mrs. Louise A. Stone Henry Atchison Ms. Nancy B. Atchison Ms. Tina Davidson Lt. Col. And Mrs. Harold F. Grace Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Liddick Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Ms. Ruth A. Meyers Mrs. Louise A. Stone Ms. Ellen Roddy Myrtle Ayers Mrs. Mildred Boyd Mrs. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Means James and Melba Meriwether Sam Ayers James and Melba Meriwether Ellen Baragona Mrs. Frances McManus Orvel Boyd Mrs. Mildred Boyd James and Melba Meriwether Charlotte Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Ken and Lil Brown Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Puckett Lahoma Buford Mr. and Mrs. Barry Buford Bill Campbell Ms. Amelia P. Haynes Jack Conley Ms. Thelma Justis Willard Coon Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Joe Corley Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jordan Mittie Cox Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Tooley P.B. Crews Mrs. Carlynn P. Crews Robert L. Crews Mrs. Carlynn P. Crews Jack Cronk Ms. Amelia Haynes Jerry Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Bill Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Archer
James R. Daron, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Daron, Sr. James Earl Davis Mrs. Betty Sticher Bill Duncan Ms. Amelia P. Haynes Estle Evans Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Evans Grace Fanning Bay Area Church of Christ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas Sarah Farley Mrs. Gloria Ingram Katie Frech Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Greene Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunt Audrey Gardner Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Criswell Dr. and Mrs. E.C. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hamm Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hopwood Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Ms. Fran Mitchell Mr. Russell Stewart Beverly Glover Mrs. Sheryl Reagan Gail Goff Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Boone Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Goff Ms. Mary Raiskin Ms. Ellen Roddy Mr. and Mrs. Terry R. Winfrey Dupree Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Harry Hayes Mrs. Velma Jerkins Nathan Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Roy Abshier Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Babarsky, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bardwell Ms. Valerie Bennett Mrs. Christine Boress Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bradford Lincoln and Philip Butts Ms. Susan B. Combee Mrs. Carey Crow Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Deem Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elliott ERMCO of Florida Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Fletcher Idania E. Franginals Mr. and Mrs. Ed French Mrs. Tigger Gore MS. Amy Guerra Mr. Webb Hall Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hames Ms. Amelia P. Haynes Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett Henderson Mrs. Patricia S. Hooper Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jewell
Mrs. Martha Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Otis Knuckles Ms. Tami Kupchick Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Mansfield Maricamp Road Church of Christ Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Means Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgomery Mrs. Purity Ndolo Mrs. Joni Newkirk Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Parrish PedsCare, P.A. Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Ricci Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rogers Rotary Tip Off Classic Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Frank Southall Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Spires Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Wilson Lonnell Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Jerome D. Hall Mrs. Pearl Hogan Ms. Fran Mitchell Robert Holmberg Mr. James L. Cline Van B. Ingram Mr. Bucky Hendrix
Shirley Lenkerd Mr. Jeff Lenkerd
Jillene Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Smith
Betty Leonard Lecanto Church of Christ
Frank Sparks Mrs. Thelma Justiss
Melba N. Lester San Jose Church of Christ
Jean Shields Starling Dr. F. D. Shields Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Thompson
Peggy Loughmiller Lebanon Church of Christ Hubert R. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Porter George McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Linda Means Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Calloway Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones Miss Martha Sue McCain Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Mrs. Hazel Roberts Mr. Cecil Tilley Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Westrick Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woods Wayne Means Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Means James and Melba Meriwether Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Westrick Annie Mae Moreland Covington Road Church of Christ
Carl Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Underwood Hank Stone Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Philip T. Starling Mrs. Louise A. Stone Joan Thomas Mr. Jeff Lenkerd Linda Tinch Northside Church of Christ Frank Turner Mrs. Gertrude Turner JoAnn Walters Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald James and Melba Meriwether Dewey Warren Mr. and Mrs. James Daron, Sr. Bess West Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Archer
Dimples Joyce Capitol Heights Church of Christ
Paul Noe Mrs. Christine Boress Faryna Grove Care and Harvesting Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Odom Mr. and Mrs. Trung A. Thai Mrs. Gertrude Turner Umatilla Citrus Growers Association Mr. and Mrs. John Westervelt
W. Allen Kelley Mrs. Jimmie R. Songer
Mary Payne Capitol Heights Church of Christ
Tom Wright Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wright
Dennis Key Mr. and Mrs. David Badger
Charles W. Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Neyman
James Youngblood Ms. Amelia P. Haynes
Pete Kosko Mrs. Christine Boress Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cline Mr. Ned Collins Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Deem Ms. Pamela A. Geoffrey Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gravat Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Kim Mudge Mrs. Vera North Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pascarella Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Smith Mr. Robert P. Vance
Roy Rizer Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald
Ashleigh Anne Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Mary Jo Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mallard
Mary Lamb Ms. Elizabeth A. Langley
Clarence Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Ruth Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Nellie Rose Mrs. Mildred Boyd Carlyle Ruttledge Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Underwood Robert H. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald
Ruth B. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Ken Richbourg
Mike Shanes Ms. Amelia P. Haynes Glenn Shute Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. Parrish
Joy LeFever Capitol Heights Church of Christ
Thomas Simpson Mrs. June Simpson
Zodie Whitescarver Ms. Amelia P. Haynes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jewell Maricamp Road Church of Christ Ladies Bible Class Ms. Mary A. McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Spires
Maxine Kover Mrs. Haxel Roberts Margie Logan Mr. Michael L. Edwards Joyce Maier Mrs. Hazel Roberts Joel Means Mrs. Hazel Roberts Nathan Means Mrs. Hazel Roberts Carl and Audrey Paight Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald Jean Shields Starling Tom, Helen, Bob and Merle Love Robert and Mickie Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald
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