Boys State Delegates selected
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The Hilton Stone American Legion Post 279 is proud to announce the
five outstanding boys from the Cannon County High School who have
been selected to attend Boy's State 2016, at the Tennessee Tech
University, in Cookeville, Tennessee. High Schools in Tennessee have
traditionally sent one Boy and one Girl from their school. Post 279 along
with the teachers at the Cannon County High School determined that there
are a lot of outstanding students in our school.
So we started
selecting 2, then 3, and for 2016 we have selected 5 truly
outstanding boys. Each boy has a sponsor or a group of sponsors who
furnish the costs for them to attend the one week of demanding
challenges. And if one notices the citizens of Woodbury and Cannon County
who attended Boys State/Girls State, they are all very
successful members of our community.
The Hilton Stone American Legion Post 279 is proud to sponsor Boys
State and proud to announce the 5 outstanding boys selected for Boys State
2016.
Josh Walkup, son of Mitzi and the late Frank Walkup. Sponsor Dr. Jeff
Todd, Woodbury Medical Center.
Jake Walkup, son of Mitzi and the late Frank Walkup. Sponsor
Woodson's Pharmacy (Tommy and Diana Woodson) and Commander, Dave
Faulkner, American Legion Post 279.
Preston Campbell, son of Jeff and Lore Campbell. Sponsor Trena
Braswell Curtis Memorial Fund -Mr. William F. Curtis.
Sam Nokes, son of Heath and Susan Nokes. Sponsor Trena Braswell
Curtis Memorial Fund - Mr. William F. Curtis.
Jadon Coon, son of Candy Ayala. Sponsor Gerald and Marcia
Melton.
The Hilton Stone American Legion Post 279 would like to offer our
sincere CONGRATULATIONS to these 5 outstanding men at CCHS. We
also want to express our sincere appreciation and thanks to the SPONSORS
who provided the funding for these men. A special thanks to William F.
Curtis, Teacher at CCHS; Doctor Jeff Todd, Woodbury Medical Center; Gerald
and Marcia Melton, Gerald is the Public Defender and Marcia is the
Supervisor of Education for Cannon County ; Tommy and Diana Woodson of
Woodson's Pharmacy and Commander, Commander Dave Faulkner, American Legion
Post 279.

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