Woodlawn Elementary School Sensational Citizens for the second nine-weeks include:
Kindergarten through second grade, first row, from left, Jenny Wilson, Addi-Paige Barnard, Dawson Duggins, Mason Hendrickson, Madelyn Oblisk, Gavyn Williams, Zoe Zimmerman, Finley Briese, Kane Burris and Norman Mack. Second row from left, Addison Carr, Frances Chatham, Emory Deem, Hailey King, Zoey Wiles, Cade Vega, Penelope New, Blake Walls, Liliana Adkins, Alison Cool and Addie Kate Holland. Third row, from left, Lucas Akers, Caroline Asher, Kenndi Burger, Aurelio Ramirez, Hayden Roessler, Carter Ballard, Jacob King, Alia Lamar, Shelby Thompson, Macie Broadwater, Teagan Hundley and Micah Mayes.
Absent were Carter Hanny, Caden Young, Claire Combs and Andrew Burke.
Third through fifth grade: First row, from left, Cacee Karsner, Emily Lavender, Jada Maples, Jaxon Wiglesworth, Jaxon DeWolfe, Olivia Lowry, Briley Burris, Michael Wilson and Olivia Worland. Second row, Maddie Coleman, Cecilia Fluty, Eli Steele, Kennedy Bugg, Chloe Richards, Addison Cannon, Mason Stevens and Galvin Yarnell. Third row, Emmitt Grubbs, Cassidy Moss, Lexi Reynolds, Kadin Dady, Colin Lay, Maggie Powell, Jackson Pass and Britlee Roberts. Fourth row, Katie Qualls, Logan Storz, Emma Young, Raina Blevins, Allyssa Bryant, Zachary Walls, Lili Brannon, Harper Coffey and Alex Smith. Absent were Aby Bishop, River Nash and Sasha Douglas
Tea for the Arts
The Arts Council of Garrard County hosted a fund-raising event on Sunday, Dec. 11 at the beautifully decorated home of Jean Turner, known as Hammonds Hall. The theme was “A Colonial Christmas Tea”. Participants from Lincoln and Boyle counties were also invited to participate by performing skits and playing dulcimer music. A wonderful food and tea tutorial was presented by council member Peggy Gaffney, and the tea was served by various other council members.
Heart Strings performed during the Arts Council fund-raiser tea. Dulcimer players included, from left, Alice Showalter, Victoria Scarborough, Gail Howe and Jackie Pence.
Photos by Buddy Dobbins, Berea
Newly installed officers of Lancaster Masonic Lodge # 104 are: front row left to right, Shelby Goldey, secretary; David Williams, senior warden; Rick Shearer, master; Howard Coop, chaplain
Second row, Daniel Napier, senior steward; Randall Williams, senior deacon; Julian Turpin, junior steward; Johnny Yates, marshall; and Mike Okley, tyler.
Not pictured are Kendall Young, junior warden and Ray Sprinkles, junior deacon.
Christmas at Morning Pointe
From left to right, Paul Johnson and Bruce Johnson, sons of Lillian Johnson, Morning Pointe of Danville resident, took pictures with “Santa” [Tom Poland].
Morning Pointe of Danville residents rejoiced in the season, as the senior living and memory care community celebrated its first Christmas together. But the holiday festivities weren’t complete without a certain guest from the North Pole, as “Santa” paid a visit to the seniors during the special Family Night.
Lillian Johnson, Morning Pointe resident, enjoyed her visit with her two sons, as they reminisced about Christmases past, and enjoyed taking pictures with Old Saint Nick.
Holidays and special occasions are never missed, as the seniors and their families enjoy food, fun and fellowship all year around.