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Youth

  • Historical graduates

    Historical Society coordinator John Graham (left) presents framed certificates to three high school seniors who were the first interns in an educational program that took place this school year. Posed with antique desks and with a Science Hill School senior picture composite were Austin Dupre, Kathryn Harden and Olivia Sherrod.

  • Celebrating reading

  • 2012 Christian Academy graduates

    These students from Shelby County graduated from Christian Academy of Louisville this spring.

  • On campus: June 29, 2012

    Giltner graduates from McCallie
    John Giltner of Simpsonville graduated from the McCallie School, a college preparatory school for boys in Chattanooga, Tenn. He is the son of Bob and Terri Giltner of Simpsonville, and he will attend the University of Puget Sound.

  • SCHS wins journalism awards

  • White receives honors

  • Washington field trip

    The eighth-grade students at Cornerstone Christian Academy took a class field trip to Washington, D.C. with stops at Mount Vernon, Gettysburg and Hershey, Pa. A highlight of the trip was the honor of participating in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery. 

  • On campus: June 22, 2012

    Matthews on dean’s list at Vanderbilt

    David Baxter Matthews made the dean’s list at Vanderbilt University. Matthews, a junior who attends the college of arts and science and has a major in political science and economics, received a grade-point average of 3.75. Students must have a 3.5 to make the dean’s list. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and is the son of Melissa and Charlie Matthews, both of Shelbyville, and grandson of Betty Matthews and Josie Moffett.

     

  • 2012 Shelby County Fair

    Claire Schaefer was crowned the 2012 Shelby County Fair teen.

  • 2012 Shelby County Fair

    Contestants for the Little Miss and Mister will be judged at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Floral Hall. They should be at the show ring no later than 6 p.m. County winners will be eligible for the state contest at the Kentucky State Fair. First-place winners will receive $30, roses and a crown, plus a $100 savings bond. Second-place winners will receive $20, roses and a ribbon. Third-place winners will receive $15, roses and a ribbon. The pageant is sponsored by Danielle Dixon with Re/Max Performance Realty.

     

    Little Miss contestants: