Grants presented to Lebanon High School staff members

Rick Smith, Chairman of Go Johnny Go, and John Bryan, Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce chairman of the board, recently presented two grants from the Johnny Keel Wellness Foundation to Lebanon High School staff members.
Aug 19, 2014
(Submitted to The Democrat) Rick Smith and John Bryan present a check to Lebanon High School Bowling Team Coach Lynne Jordan.
(Submitted to The Democrat) Rick Smith (left) and John Bryan (right) present a check to Major Cal Simms and Senior Master Sgt. Krystall Lindsay, representing Lebanon Junior ROTC.

 

Rick Smith, Chairman of Go Johnny Go, and John Bryan, Lebanon-Wilson County Chamber of Commerce chairman of the board, recently presented two grants from the Johnny Keel Wellness Foundation to Lebanon High School staff members.

Educators have the opportunity to apply for grants from the Johnny Keel Wellness Foundation, which is geared toward encouraging physical activity for health and wellness. The foundation was created in memory of the late Johnny Keel, co-owner of Sports Village, who battled colon cancer for 10 years while continuing to have a positive attitude and encouraging others to be proactive with their health.

 

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