Senior year is a transitory period. High school is ending, and everyone’s primary focus is on making a life for his or herself. It’s basically trial-mode for adulthood, with the privileges of being a child blending with the responsibilities of “real life.”
Wayne McMackin relocated to Lebanon in 2007. Looking for a fresh start from the western side of the state, he soon discovered that getting a job was difficult without a high school diploma or certificate.
Kindergarten students at Friendship Christian School anticipated the arrival of some new baby chicks since they learned about hatching as a class project. They experienced baby chicks hatching and the joy of new life last week as the chicks finally arrived. The process was an experience the children will likely not soon forget. Howard Gaylean, a former Friendship grandparent, gave the eggs to the kindergarten class to hatch and will take the chicks to live on his farm on Hickory Ridge Road in Lebanon.
Sarah Hall, daughter of the late Dennie Hall and John and Kathy McNeal, of Lebanon, was selected finalist for Tennessee’s 34th annual Homecoming Queen selection held Sunday at the Radisson Nashville Airport Hotel.
Regardless of trends, everyone has his or her own style. An outfit that’s the epitome of gorgeous to one person might be hideous to another. Because of this, clothing stores carry a wide range of different items in order to cater to almost everyone (and I do mean everyone).
Lebanon dentist Derrick Gregory and the Tooth Fairy (Kelly Meadors) educated more than 70 Carroll-Oakland Elementary School kindergarteners about dental hygiene, brushing, flossing and other good health practices recently when Gregory Dental Group made a visit to the school.
In a continuing effort to introduce students at Lebanon High School to their community, local veterans will be featured each week as they lead the student body in the Pledge of Allegiance and the playing of the National Anthem each morning as they begin their day.