WHS Seniors Host Binga Fundraiser

Photo furnished WHS Seniors Host Binga Fundraiser The Windsor class of 2017 will host a Longaberger Binga Fundraiser October 22 at the high school. Doors will open at 5 p.m., and the games start at 6 p.m.   Tickets are available from any senior class member or by calling Lesley Baker at 459-2636.  Tickets will also be sold at the door.   A variety of baskets filled with goodies will be available as well as refreshments, 50/50, and raffle items. Pictured top left to right:  Bailey Fleshner and Anthony Curry.  Bottom feft to right:  Jodie Harris and Gillian Sanders.

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WHS Seniors Host Binga Fundraiser
The Windsor class of 2017 will host a Longaberger Binga Fundraiser October 22 at the high school. Doors will open at 5 p.m., and the games start at 6 p.m.
Tickets are available from any senior class member or by calling Lesley Baker at 459-2636. Tickets will also be sold at the door.
A variety of baskets filled with goodies will be available as well as refreshments, 50/50, and raffle items.
Pictured top left to right: Bailey Fleshner and Anthony Curry. Bottom feft to right: Jodie Harris and Gillian Sanders.

SHS Homecoming Attendants

Photo furnished SHS Homecoming Attendents Sullivan homecoming will take place the week of October 3-7. The parade will begin at 4 p.m. Oct. 7 with the homecoming game against Central A&M kicking off at 7 p.m. The 2016 queen and king will be announced at the dance Saturday with coronation starting at 8 p.m.  Homecoming attendants for Sullivan High School are freshmen Meena Corkill and Myles Gregory, sophomores Madison Atchison and Cullen Dyer and juniors Katie McClure and Jacob White.

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SHS Homecoming Attendants
Sullivan homecoming will take place the week of October 3-7. The parade will begin at 4 p.m. Oct. 7 with the homecoming game against Central A&M kicking off at 7 p.m. The 2016 queen and king will be announced at the dance Saturday with coronation starting at 8 p.m.
Homecoming attendants for Sullivan High School are freshmen Meena Corkill and Myles Gregory, sophomores Madison Atchison and Cullen Dyer and juniors Katie McClure and Jacob White.

Miss US International Has Sullivan Connection

Photo furnished Miss US International Has Sullivan Connection Editors note: Leinbach is the daughter of Carla Stokes who grew up in Sullivan and “honorary granddaughter” of Ron and Sharon White of Sullivan. Kaitryanna Leinbach of Charlotte, N.C. has been crowned Miss US International a title she won at the national competition in Orlando, Fla. June 23.  Leinbach will live in Tokyo, Japan for a month representing the United States during a national press tour and then will compete in the international pageant in Toyko October 27. She is a freshman at Louisiana State University and member of the LSU cheer team. Her parents are Laurence and Carla Stokes Leinbach of Charlotte.

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Miss US International Has Sullivan Connection
Editors note: Leinbach is the daughter of Carla Stokes who grew up in Sullivan and “honorary granddaughter” of Ron and Sharon White of Sullivan.
Kaitryanna Leinbach of Charlotte, N.C. has been crowned Miss US International a title she won at the national competition in Orlando, Fla. June 23.
Leinbach will live in Tokyo, Japan for a month representing the United States during a national press tour and then will compete in the international pageant in Toyko October 27.
She is a freshman at Louisiana State University and member of the LSU cheer team. Her parents are Laurence and Carla Stokes Leinbach of Charlotte.

Hullabaloo on the Square

Photo by RR Best Hullabaloo on the Square The sixth annual New Life Church sponsored event on the Sullivan square Sept. 18 provided family entertainment for hundreds of visitors. Many even braved the climbing wall (pictured) as well as inflatables, laser tag, street art, cotton candy and much more.

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Hullabaloo on the Square
The sixth annual New Life Church sponsored event on the Sullivan square Sept. 18 provided family entertainment for hundreds of visitors. Many even braved the climbing wall (pictured) as well as inflatables, laser tag, street art, cotton candy and much more.

Okaw Valley Homecoming Court

Photo Courtesy Jeni Yantis Okaw Valley Homecoming Court Front - 2016 OV dance co-chair Hannah Landreth, crown bearer prince Parker Wise, 2016 king Skyler Birch, 2016 queen Kristy Burford, crown bearer princess Amelia Wise and 2015 queen Gretchen Macklin.  Middle - senior candidates Brendon Lane, Jasmine Baumbarger, Brianna Creviston, Evan Blakey, Madison Uhlrich and Ty Nichols.  Back - freshmen attendants Chloe Rhyerd and Ethan Bartimus, junior attendants Paige Robinson and Trey Yarnell and sophomore attendants Riley Kesterson and Case Crawford.

Photo Courtesy Jeni Yantis
Okaw Valley Homecoming Court
Front - 2016 OV dance co-chair Hannah Landreth, crown bearer prince Parker Wise, 2016 king Skyler Birch, 2016 queen Kristy Burford, crown bearer princess Amelia Wise and 2015 queen Gretchen Macklin.  Middle - senior candidates Brendon Lane, Jasmine Baumbarger, Brianna Creviston, Evan Blakey, Madison Uhlrich and Ty Nichols.  Back - freshmen attendants Chloe Rhyerd and Ethan Bartimus, junior attendants Paige Robinson and Trey Yarnell and sophomore attendants Riley Kesterson and Case Crawford.

Mustangs Return

Photo courtesy Patrick Tueth Mustangs Return Featured in Bethany’s homecoming parade and other festivities this past weekend was the graduating class of 1976. According to those in attendance, no one has changed a bit in the 40 years since they roamed the halls of Bethany High School.The sports teams were known as the Mustangs in those days. Pictured are Kim Abbott, Bill Reeter, Patrick Tueth, John Hill, Sheila (Standerfer) Smith, Doug Moore, Cheryl Robinson, Susan (Iler) Schwartz, Donna (Martin) Fowler, Jane (Harshman) Inman, Tammy (Miller) Stinson and Pam (Richardson) Stetler.

Photo courtesy Patrick Tueth
Mustangs Return
Featured in Bethany’s homecoming parade and other festivities this past weekend was the graduating class of 1976. According to those in attendance, no one has changed a bit in the 40 years since they roamed the halls of Bethany High School.The sports teams were known as the Mustangs in those days. Pictured are Kim Abbott, Bill Reeter, Patrick Tueth, John Hill, Sheila (Standerfer) Smith, Doug Moore, Cheryl Robinson, Susan (Iler) Schwartz, Donna (Martin) Fowler, Jane (Harshman) Inman, Tammy (Miller) Stinson and Pam (Richardson) Stetler.

ALAH Homecoming

Photo by Mike Brothers ALAH Homecoming Homecoming King and Queen candidates prepare for coronation in Arthur Saturday night. They are: front to back: Shandon Herschberger and Gracie Plank, Nick Stoltey and Mycaela Miller, Jacob Larimore and Kimberly Davis, Justin Laughlin and Megan Cornwell. Coronation is 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 in the high school gymnasium.

Photo by Mike Brothers
ALAH Homecoming
Homecoming King and Queen candidates prepare for coronation in Arthur Saturday night. They are: front to back: Shandon Herschberger and Gracie Plank, Nick Stoltey and Mycaela Miller, Jacob Larimore and Kimberly Davis, Justin Laughlin and Megan Cornwell. Coronation is 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 in the high school gymnasium.

Harvest Begins

Photo by R.R. Best Harvest Begins John and Mike Durbin started harvesting corn for Carroll Weaver north of Sullivan last week and discovered weather conditions had created a blight on the crop damaging the corn harvest yield.

Photo by R.R. Best
Harvest Begins
John and Mike Durbin started harvesting corn for Carroll Weaver north of Sullivan last week and discovered weather conditions had created a blight on the crop damaging the corn harvest yield.

Care-A-Vanners Are Back

Photo by Mike Brothers Care-A-Vanners Are Back Habitat for Humanities volunteer Care-A-Vanners from all over the country have set up at Faith Resort behind Faith Lutheran Church in Sullivan. The inhabitants of eight RVs are in the process of building the 27th Habitat for Humanity house in Moultrie County. Care-A-Vanner Project leader  Bob Gillespie said they have an additional RV this year to help with a Habitat rehabilitation project during the six week build.

Photo by Mike Brothers
Care-A-Vanners Are Back
Habitat for Humanities volunteer Care-A-Vanners from all over the country have set up at Faith Resort behind Faith Lutheran Church in Sullivan. The inhabitants of eight RVs are in the process of building the 27th Habitat for Humanity house in Moultrie County. Care-A-Vanner Project leader Bob Gillespie said they have an additional RV this year to help with a Habitat rehabilitation project during the six week build.

Flags Wave

Photo by Mike Brothers Flags Wave Sullivan utility workers put the crowning touches on the city’s Labor Day weekend placing flags around town Friday in preparation for the last holiday of summer.

Photo by Mike Brothers
Flags Wave
Sullivan utility workers put the crowning touches on the city’s Labor Day weekend placing flags around town Friday in preparation for the last holiday of summer.