Representatives of Devon Energy, Adopt-A-School partner with I. A. Lewis School, surprised principal Sonja Fuller recently with a $1,000 check for the school to use on projects of its choosing. Fuller said the money will be used for technology upgrades. Fuller, who knew only that Devon’s Michelle Gantt and Aime Skipper where coming to the school, opens the check.
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Lisa Bastion, principal at Choudrant High School, is pleased to announce an open house from 2-4 p.m. April 15. The new construction and renovation of our facilities is nearing completion; most teachers have moved out of portable buildings into the new building adjacent to the original structure and into the new ag building behind the school. The auditorium is being renovated, and the cafeteria has been enlarged. The original building and outside areas have received a facelift, and the grounds are being improved as construction materials are removed.
Nell Barmore, of Dubach, won the 2014 Peach Festival donation quilt made by the ladies of the Piney Hills Quilt Guild. Each year the guild puts together a quilt to raise money for MedCamps, the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team and Life Choices. The guild offers thanks to everyone who purchased a ticket and the women who worked on the project. Those interested in joining the Piney Hills Quilt Guild can attend the meetings held at 9:30 a.m. the second Thursday of each month at Grace United Methodist Church in the CLC.