Linden Heritage Foundation presented Linden-Kildare Superintendent Keri Winters and Assistant Superintendent Keith Owen with a check for $6000 for “Let LK Shine’. LHF President Jo Anna Duncan says, “We are aware of the impact of closures in our community including the LK schools. However, the staff, students, and families are making amazing efforts to provide educational, nutritional, and emotional support despite the challenges.” The “Let LK Shine” is looking to raise $13,000 for LKCISD for the next school year, which will include money to enhance funds for new playground equipment for the second through fifth-grade campus and a stipend for each teacher for teaching supplies. Winters says if the donation, “we are looking ahead to reopening our schools and are pleased to partner with the Linden Heritage Foundation in “Let LK Shine”. Pictured from left to right are Assistant Superintendent Keith Owen, Barbara Teachey, Gail Dorgan, Mary Dowd, LHF President Jo Anna Duncan, and LKCISD Superintendent Keri Winters.
If you can remember, what were you expecting from this weekend?
Congratulations to Carrel and Dean Byrum on celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary! The couple have four children, seven grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. “You’ve been an example to us all,” from your loving family.
Renovations and upgrades are underway at Smith-Wall Stadium where a new concession stand, opposing player locker rooms, a storage room, a pavilion and referee locker rooms are being built.
Each year the Trammel’s Trace Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution solicits nominations from area teachers in order to choose students who best exemplify characteristics of leadershi