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Will Farris Awarded DeKalb Saints Football MVP while Elaina Turner Named MVC
Listen to Tech Talk by Smithville Computer Thursday at 8 a.m. on WJLE featuring Jimmy White of Florence & White Ford. Last week’s guest was Blake Cantrell of the DeKalb Emergency Services Association.
DeKalb West School Students of the Month: Pictured front row left to right: Christian Cripps. Maggie Hendrix, Jordyn Cantrell, Harmony Edwards, and Maddux Pyburn. Pictured back row left to right: Assistant Principal Joey Agee, Jadyn Howard, Teagan Wyatt, Kawasi Troyer, Izzy Prichard, Serenity Patterson, and Principal Sabrina Farler.
The DeKalb Middle School PTO have announced the school’s annual chili/soup supper fundraiser to be held Saturday, November 16. The event will be held in the cafeteria from 4-7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and available from all students, as well as at the door. Stop in to support this fundraiser and enjoy delicious homemade chili and soups, desserts and more. While you are there get your bid in on several huge themed basked made by the classrooms to help raise money. Shown in the photo, from left, is PTO members Regena Daw, Shelia Kirby and Chris Summers, Principal Lacey Foutch, and Vice-Principal Anita Puckett.
John Davis, Middle Tennessee Vice Commander of the American Legion (center) was the guest speaker at Monday’s Veterans Day observance hosted by the American Legion Post 122. Pictured with Legion Commander William Edmonds (left) and Adjutant Ronnie Redmon and a wreath placed at the Courthouse Veterans Monument.
DeKalb Fishing Team Competes in Tournament. Pictured Sammy Talent, North Central Director, Jadyn Young, and Preston Moore.
The 13th Annual Blue Springs School Reunion was held October 26th and attendees included: front row from left, are Reed Miller, Peggy Couch, James Certain. Second row, from left, are Gene Foster, Vicky Foster, Evelyn Young, Pat Goff, Faye (Certain) Arnold, Patsy (Watson) Helton, Peggy Foster, James E. Sandlin, second row standing; Fay Bratcher, Peggy (Phillips) Hendrixson, Patsy (Phillips) Judkins. Back row, from left, are Allen Dolberry, Don Hutchings, Joe Foster, Ray Donald Young, Norval Young, Freddy Cripps,
2020 Salem Baptist Association Leadership: The following officers were elected to serve the Salem Baptist Association, Liberty at their 197th Annual Session held at Sycamore Baptist Church on October 29. Shown here, front row from left, are Ken Griffith-Treasurer; Paul Freeze-Associational Mission Strategist, Larry Thomas-Outgoing Moderator; Tommy Davis-Trustee; Jason Lohorn-Trustee. Back row, from right are, David Faulkner-Clerk; Mike Carpenter-Asst. Clerk, Dusty Desimone-Moderator; and Bobby Lee Hale-Vice Moderator.
Sixth grade students at DeKalb West School have shown their appreciation to veterans. While some students drew and wrote thank you cards to men and women of the military for Veterans Day Monday, others chose to draw an American Eagle and write poems as their nod of gratitude
Ryan Vaden is New Administrator at NHC Smithville
Veterans place wreath at memorial monument following tribute program
DCHS Band performs at Veterans Day program
DCHS Chorus performs at Veterans Day program
Josh Moon blew taps to bring the Veteran's Day observance to a close.
Joe Stone who served in the US Air Force during the Vietnam era was among those veteran honorees who took a bus ride courtesy of the DeKalb County School Transportation Department from the First Baptist Church Life Enrichment Center to the Public Square for the laying of a wreath following Monday’s Veterans Day observance
The 2019 Smithville Business and Professional Women’s Club Fall Fest Queen is Kenlee Renae Taylor (right). Mackenzie Leigh Sprague (left) was named 1st runner-up.
The 2019 Smithville Business and Professional Women’s Club Autumn Sweetheart is Madison Brooke Dawson (right). Bailey Elizabeth Kidd (left) was 1st runner-up
The 2019 Smithville Business and Professional Women’s Club Autumn Princess is Baylei Anne Benson (right). Arraya Jenae Taylor (left) was 1st runner-up
The 2019 Smithville Business and Professional Women’s Club Tiny Autumn Miss: 3rd runner-up Nevaeh Renea Anderson, 1st runner-up Caroline Jewell Estes, Queen Shaniya Bates, and 2nd runner-up Alayna Hendrixson
First grader Jackson Longmire shakes hands with Vietnam Era Veteran James Owen after Friday’s Tribute Program at Smithville Elementary School. Owen served in the US Army from 1968-70
The DeKalb County School District has been designated a Project ADAM Heart Safe School District. DeKalb Middle School staff being presented with their Heart Safe School designation banner
DeKalb Middle School staff implementing an AED drill
Don Rigsby to Speak at Chamber Prayer Breakfast
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