Woodlawn Sensational Citizens
Sensational Citizens for the third nine weeks of school for students in grades k-2 include: Walker Costello, Joslin Glasscock, Naomi Wheeler, Everleigh Day, Klaire Hahn, Abby Simpson, Hollie Dolan, Rhylan Johnson, Will Wesley, Eli Puckett, Raelynn Snider, Jordynn Tyler, Ellen Gnann, Edie Gover, Stella Thompson, Isabella Wade-absent, Christa Alcorn, Taylor Guinn, Ella Hollon, Claire Combs, Mary Dotson Moss, Hadley Russell, Parker Wigglesworth, Abigail Leber, Peyton Ramey, Arden Sawtelle, Ryan Boyd, Miley Chambers, Landon Deringer, Kortney Couch, Ella Wheeler, Owen Wheeler, Luke Hamon, Osiris Marr, and Callie Mauldin.
Sensational Citizens for the third nine weeks of school for students in grades 3-5 include: Cooper Costello, Banks Dunn
Zach Hayes, Rowan Christian, Caitlyn Talley, Mike Winkler, Tiffany Benavidez, Olivia Coomer, Eli Fraley, Braylee Leffew,
Jayden Talley, Gareth Yarnell-absent, Luke Coleman, Zoie Kilby,
Nadia Nimtz, Breauna Deats- absent, Trinity Hanley, Tristen Hendrickson, Blake Brussell, George Lin, Maya Smith, Carson Adams, Emery Herron, Kaitlyn Williams, Garner Cruz, Will Johnson, Allison Lear, Emily Messer, Ella Swafford, Mason Young-absent, Aaron Evans, Madeline Funkhouser-absent, Ethan Parson, Andie Glasscock, Matthew Guerrant and Carmindy Phillips.
Guthrie meets Danville students
Sarah Beasley, of Burgin, turned 100 on March 7. She celebrated with with her granddaughter Trish Dunbar, great-granddaughter McKenzie Dunbar, both of Salvisa, and her daughter, Rella Pennington of Harrodsburg.
Boyle County High School Key Club
On February 9, the Boyle County High School Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Danville, received their banner of official chartership. Pictured are, front row from left, Madison Staed, Bailey Alexander and Emily Knetsche. Back row, from left, Tevin Leigh, Annie Goggin, Danielle Roney, Kevin Hatfield, Sam Tiller, Ashton Cox, Madison Elliott and Becca Tarter. Members not pictured are Alex Walker, Jamie Thygesen, Jessie Majors, Loren Ladd, Luke Duncan and Shelby Meade.
Thygesen wins scholarship
Jamie Thygesen, a senior at Boyle County High School, was the recipient of one of 10 2017 Kentucky-Tennessee Kiwanis District Foundation Scholarships.
Jamie is pictured with Philip Nichols, President of the Kiwanis Club of Danville.
Jamie plans to attend Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri in the fall, and major in theater with an emphasis in stage management. Her activities at BCHS have included: member of the Key Club; member of BCHS marching and concert bands; dance classes, including ballet, pointe, jazz and tap; involved in several productions at West T. Hill and Ragged Edge Theater productions, including “The King and I”, “ Oliver”, “Once Upon a Mattress”, “Pride and Prejudice”, “The Seussifaction of Romeo and Juliet”, and “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.” She is an active member of First Christian Church. Her parents are Larry and Linda Thygesen.