Scrapbook, Feb. 1

Published 8:27 am Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Morning Pointe
Morning Pointe of Danville resident James Ramsey drummed up memories of his days playing percussion in high school, thanks to Mercer County Intermediate student Thaddeus Mays.
Thaddeus visited the senior living and memory care community to share his talents with the residents, rocking out to rhythms to everyone’s enjoyment.
Morning Pointe invites talented musicians and performers from all genres to share their passion with the residents.
Thaddeus Mays, Mercer County Intermediate student, and James Ramsey, Morning Pointe of Danville resident, bond over their love for percussion.

Thaddeus Mays, Mercer County Intermediate student, and James Ramsey, Morning Pointe of Danville resident, bond over their love for percussion.

4-H contest

Avery Holman demonstrates “How to Make a Fruit Pizza” at the Boyle County 4-H Communications Contest on January 26. More than 300 local youth participate in the 4-H Communications program learning how to write and present information through public speaking.

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WKYT visits BCHS

On January 13th, three students from Ryan New’s AP Government class were interviewed by Phil Pendleton of WKYT. Seniors Kate Leahey, Taylor Whitsell, and Elizabeth Lyons explained the plans for the government class’ trip to Washington D.C. to witness the 58th Presidential Inauguration. The three students, along with New, discussed their excitement for the trip and the plans they had made for the week that included visiting Representative Brett Guthrie’s office, seeing the Washington Monument, and riding the Washington Metro.

WKYT2WKYT made a return trip to the high school the following Wednesday to interview students before they left for their trip of a lifetime.

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