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By ANNA PATRICK

Our thoughts and prayers to Shirley Mingle on the loss of her son, Jason who passed away at his home last
week.

SHE'S HERE! Shiloh Marie Patrick came into this world at St. Thomas Midtown (old Baptist in Nashville) Tuesday, October 14th, weighing 7 lbs. 12 oz. She was 18½" in length. Her proud but tired parents are Kyle and
Shannon. She also has a tired P-pa and Nanna as her loving, big brother, Kullon, is staying with us. Tired but
enjoying it and so is he. Mom and Dad were told it would take a month to get out of him what Nanna and P-pa have
allowed him to do!! And we can't wait to have a hand in spoiling the new one.


Congratulations to John Buyrl Neely for receiving 4-H the High Achiever Award for winning the state sheep skillathon this summer. This year he placed in the top 5 for state swine skillathon and he won the state sheep and goat skillathons. Some of you will know who this is or at least know his grandparents. "Landon is a true gentleman who has a sharp mind and a servant's heart," BA director of college counseling Shelley Miller said. "He genuinely
cares about the people around him and brings a great spirit to our classrooms and our basketball court."
His role model is his grandfather, David Fuller, who lives in Winchester, Tennessee. "He is one of the most
generous men I have ever met, and he is always there for me when I need advice," Fuller said of his grandfather.
Fuller also loves that his grandfather is able to attend most of his basketball games. This grandfather and his wife,
the former Joyce Barrett, graduated from Auburn High School and still have family members who live in this
community. Congratulations!

Although it was a misty, cloudy day, they were still pumped!! That's the K-3 students of Auburn School as they
left for the Nashville Zoo field trip Thursday. How time flies when you're having fun and I'm sure that's what these
students are saying as they have the first 9 weeks of school under their belt.


Making the Principal's List are Kelly Brandon, Ben Brown, Lindsey Campbell, Hunter Eidson, Cade Emberton, Dixie Garrison, Maleeya Murry, Caleb Powers, Makayla Taylor, Nevaeh White, Jada Bobo, Olivia Robbins, Alexa Williams, Garrett Goff, Kiley Hughes, Hannah Junker, Sharon Bessant, Anna Leach, Dylan Avera, Lulu Maier, Adrianna Reed,
Reece Cope, Rachel Hale and Alyssa Williams.


On the Honor Roll are Bailey Campbell, Allen Leach, Josie Shoemake, Nate Young, Leighanne Dodd, Sarah Wheeler, Caitlyn Crook, Ryan Scott, Madison Gaither, Katie Hancock, Daysha Murry, Mary Beth Patterson and Justin Whited
The Merit List has Nathen Kelly, Greg Howard, Adian Pope, Alana Rusnock, Myka Steele, Wesley Patton, Daisy Taylor, Katelyn Duggin, Shellby Parker, Hunter Patterson, Ashton Gilley Luke Jakes, Kaylee Rusnock, Josh Stansbury, Destiny Wood, Colin Crawley, Tyger Kennedy, Alex Ramsey, and Isabella Russo.


Those not missing a day of school are Keely Brandon, Bailey Campbell, Allen Leach, Lindsey Campbell, Cade
Emberton, Jordan Vantrease, Sarah Wheeler, Maleeya Murry, Caitlyn Crook, Alexis Campbell, Shannen
Kelly, Ryan Scott, Katelyn Duggin, Ke-Ke Poynter, Madison Gaither, Katie Hancock, Olivia Robbins, Mary
Beth Patterson, Garrett Goff, Kiley Hughes, Anna Leach, Reece Cope, Justin Whited, Destiny Wood, Alyssa
Avera, Jonathan Campbell, Emma Crook, Braxton Gilley, Carter Hancock, James Hancock, Lilly Hughes, Corbin Murry, Leah Phelps, Jackson Phillips, Memphis Reed, and Alana Whited.


Tom Ganoe, Savannah Gunter, and Cindy Garrison begin our birthday wishes this week when they celebrate
the 22nd. Marna Higgins and Johnny Kennedy, II have theirs the 23rd. Donna Gunter gets another year older
on the 24th. It's cake for Betsy Leach on the 25th and for Lynne Jackson on the 26th. Paula Saddler's is the 27th
and Kathy O'Neal finishes up the week with hers on the 28th. Happy days to all of you.


Happy anniversary to Eddie and Donna Nichols on the 25th and to Ed and Kathryn Faille on the 28th.
If you have news for this column, please e-mail me at apatrick@dtccom.net, or call 464-4310 and leave a message if no answer.

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