Windsor High School Class of 2016

Photo courtesy Inter-State Studio Windsor High School Class of 2016 Twenty-six seniors graduated from Windsor High School at 7 p.m. Friday. WHS graduating class: Top row L to R Zach Caywood, Simon Carr, Chase Linn, Brad Kidwell, Tristan Warner, Mitchell Haddock, Autumn Bennett, Dalton McCormick, and Mercedez Austin. Middle row L to R: Shelby Lawrence, Hannah Miller, Devin Jones, Kristen Morlen, James Hortenstine, Taylor Reynolds, Dakota Beal, and Taylor Wiback. Front Row L to R: Harley Rogers, Raquel Jackson, Zach Salsiccia, Todd Elliott, Tyler Kemper, Breana Wiltermood, Christian Williams, Kesha Arthur, and Ethan Neal.

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Windsor High School Class of 2016
Twenty-six seniors graduated from Windsor High School at 7 p.m. Friday. WHS graduating class: Top row L to R Zach Caywood, Simon Carr, Chase Linn, Brad Kidwell, Tristan Warner, Mitchell Haddock, Autumn Bennett, Dalton McCormick, and Mercedez Austin. Middle row L to R: Shelby Lawrence, Hannah Miller, Devin Jones, Kristen Morlen, James Hortenstine, Taylor Reynolds, Dakota Beal, and Taylor Wiback. Front Row L to R: Harley Rogers, Raquel Jackson, Zach Salsiccia, Todd Elliott, Tyler Kemper, Breana Wiltermood, Christian Williams, Kesha Arthur, and Ethan Neal.

American Legion Post 68 Presents Flag

Photo furnished American Legion Post 68 Presents Flag Fifth graders at Sullivan Elementary school are in charge of raising and lowering the flag daily. When they noticed the flag was tattered and worn, Cheyenne Fleshner, a fifth grade student in Nichole Hendry’s class, wrote to the Sullivan American Legion and asked whether they would donate a new one. Less than a week later, Bob Sims of the Sullivan Legion, came to school and offered the flag to Cheyenne and thanked her for her letter. He then addressed the class and informed them of the Legion’s purpose to serve the community. He added that if they knew of anyone in need of new flags or other services the Legion offers, to write a letter with the request. Pictured are Hendry’s fifth grade class and Sims.

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American Legion Post 68 Presents Flag
Fifth graders at Sullivan Elementary school are in charge of raising and lowering the flag daily. When they noticed the flag was tattered and worn, Cheyenne Fleshner, a fifth grade student in Nichole Hendry’s class, wrote to the Sullivan American Legion and asked whether they would donate a new one. Less than a week later, Bob Sims of the Sullivan Legion, came to school and offered the flag to Cheyenne and thanked her for her letter. He then addressed the class and informed them of the Legion’s purpose to serve the community. He added that if they knew of anyone in need of new flags or other services the Legion offers, to write a letter with the request. Pictured are Hendry’s fifth grade class and Sims.

ALAH Prom Court

Photos courtesy Mark Jones Tin Type ALAH Prom Court ALAH Prom Court left to right: Cade Day, Makayla Brown, Braxton Eckart, Sydnie Hanscel, Kayla Hodge, Zach Hingson, Hannah Leal, and Ricky Wright. 

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ALAH Prom Court
ALAH Prom Court left to right: Cade Day, Makayla Brown, Braxton Eckart, Sydnie Hanscel, Kayla Hodge, Zach Hingson, Hannah Leal, and Ricky Wright.

Arthur Christian School Breaks Ground

Photo furnished Arthur Christian School Breaks Ground The new facility for Arthur Christian School will be more than double the size of the current space. The new facility will serve around 250 students as opposed to the current space with a max capacity of approximately 90. The future school home will also accommodate athletic events. Ground Breaking photo: left-right - Vern Kuhns (school board member and general contractor overseeing project), Valerie Kuhns (student council member), Dave Witbeck (school board member), Landon Gingerich (student council president), Jeremy Rhoades (school board member), Abby Mast (student council member), Greg Mast (ACS principal), Chad Yoder (school board president).

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Arthur Christian School Breaks Ground
The new facility for Arthur Christian School will be more than double the size of the current space. The new facility will serve around 250 students as opposed to the current space with a max capacity of approximately 90. The future school home will also accommodate athletic events. Ground Breaking photo: left-right - Vern Kuhns (school board member and general contractor overseeing project), Valerie Kuhns (student council member), Dave Witbeck (school board member), Landon Gingerich (student council president), Jeremy Rhoades (school board member), Abby Mast (student council member), Greg Mast (ACS principal), Chad Yoder (school board president).

OV Softball Senior

Photo furnished Okaw Valley Softball Senior Kaylee Thomas was the only senior on the 2016 OV softball team. Due to several rain delays, OV senior night was celebrated before the regional game May 18 in Crowder Park in Bethany.

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Okaw Valley Softball Senior Kaylee Thomas was the only senior on the 2016 OV softball team. Due to several rain delays, OV senior night was celebrated before the regional game May 18 in Crowder Park in Bethany.

Progress on the Square

Photo by RR Best Progress on the Square Traffic around the Sullivan square has been challenging lately. Sidewalks are completed and resurfacing the streets downtown are underway. Ne-Co Asphalt of Charleston was awarded the $919,122.30 contract with the city of Sullivan.

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Progress on the Square
Traffic around the Sullivan square has been challenging lately. Sidewalks are completed and resurfacing the streets downtown are underway. Ne-Co Asphalt of Charleston was awarded the $919,122.30 contract with the city of Sullivan.

WHS Prom 2016

Photo furnished Windsor Prom Court The Windsor High School prom was held in April. Prom Court: Back Row (L to R):  King Candidates Tristan Warner and Tyler Kemper, 2015 King Devin Deremiah, 2015 Queen Paige Woolard, Queen Candidates Breana Wiltermood and Raquel Jackson.  Front Row (L to R):  Crown Bearer Grayson McCray, 2016 King Zach Caywood, 2016 Queen Autumn Bennett, and Crown Bearer Emma Hickman.

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Windsor Prom Court
The Windsor High School prom was held in April. Prom Court: Back Row (L to R): King Candidates Tristan Warner and Tyler Kemper, 2015 King Devin Deremiah, 2015 Queen Paige Woolard, Queen Candidates Breana Wiltermood and Raquel Jackson. Front Row (L to R): Crown Bearer Grayson McCray, 2016 King Zach Caywood, 2016 Queen Autumn Bennett, and Crown Bearer Emma Hickman.

ALAH FFA Competes in Section 17 Agriculture Business and Horticulture CDE

Photo furnished ALAH FFA Competes in Section 17 Agriculture Business and Horticulture CDE  Two ALAH FFA members traveled to Parkland College in Champaign to compete in the Section 17 Agriculture Business and Horticulture Career Development Events (CDEs).  Competing were Josiah Kinert in the Agriculture Business CDE and Jordan Jent in both Horticulture and Agriculture Business CDEs.  The Agriculture Business CDE consisted of a 50 question test that had various questions on agriculture business such as net worth, budgeting, and marketing. The horticulture CDE included identifying 50 plants from a list of 300, a test, six judging rings, a landscaping practicum, and identifying plant disorders and diseases.  Pictured are ALAH FFA members Josiah Kinert and Jordan Jent who participated in the Section 17 Agriculture Business CDE at Parkland College. 

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ALAH FFA Competes in Section 17 Agriculture Business and Horticulture CDE
Two ALAH FFA members traveled to Parkland College in Champaign to compete in the Section 17 Agriculture Business and Horticulture Career Development Events (CDEs).
Competing were Josiah Kinert in the Agriculture Business CDE and Jordan Jent in both Horticulture and Agriculture Business CDEs.
The Agriculture Business CDE consisted of a 50 question test that had various questions on agriculture business such as net worth, budgeting, and marketing. The horticulture CDE included identifying 50 plants from a list of 300, a test, six judging rings, a landscaping practicum, and identifying plant disorders and diseases.
Pictured are ALAH FFA members Josiah Kinert and Jordan Jent who participated in the Section 17 Agriculture Business CDE at Parkland College.