Fannin County High School Recognizes Newest National Honor Society Members

Fannin County High

Fannin County High School’s annual National Honor Society Installation, Induction and Honor Cord Ceremony was recently held in the school’s Performing Arts Center.

The officers for the 2019-20 School who were installed are: Hannah Cruse, President; Lora Gwatney, Vice-President; Lexi McGill, Secretary; and Zack Nelson, Treasurer.

Membership into the National Honor Society is based on four criteria: Scholarship, Character, Integrity and Service. This year four additional seniors, eight new juniors and fifty-four sophomores were inducted. According to FCHS Principal, Erik Cioffi: “Being inducted into the National Honor Society is a great achievement as the requirements are rigorous.”

There were seventy-four National Honor Society members who received senior honor cords and will wear them at graduation on May 24. “We are certainly proud of all of new members and seniors and congratulate them on their outstanding accomplishments,” stated Mr. Cioffi.

 

FCHS National Honor Society SENIORS RECEIVING HONOR CORDS

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Amelia Akins

Michell Arellanes

Waylon Arrowood

Morgan Blaine

Bailey Breeden

Gene Carbonell

Tanner Carrier

Jordan Chance

Chandler Clayton

Chloe Clemmons

Bailee Cobb

William Cobb

Sydney Collins

Matthew Cox

Shannon Culpepper

Jhenna Daugherty

Hannah Dickey

Montana Dilbeck

Ramtin Doroodchi

Evelyn Doss

Brianna Ellis

Miranda Fain

Ashley Fields

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David Garland

William Garland

Gavin Gibbs

Jamie Gibbs

David Gordon

Emily Gray

Macy Greene

Walker Gregory

Cole Harper

Grant Harris

Madeleine Harris

Reagan Henderson

Vy Hoang

Kenneth Kendall

Destiny King

Joel Kinser

Hannah Ladd

Gina Masseri

Briana Mathews

Mary Maxwell

Carleigh Mize

Dahla Myers

Carlos Roberto Neal

Hannah Nelson

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Hannah Payne

Sam Phillips

Taryn Plummer

Carley Queen

Haley Redfern

Morgan Rhodes

Sara Rhodes

Cole Roberson

Roxie Ross

Natalie Sanders

Devin Schnuphase

Kyla Seabolt

Kurstin Shuler

Amelia Sneed

Jonathan Squires

Cassandra Stepp

Maleah Stepp

Dawson Stewart

Evan Taylor

Joshua Taylor

Katelyn Weaver

Kyleigh Walker

Angelina Young

Elisha Young

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Installation of National Honor Society Officers

 

Current 2018-2019 Officers                  New 2019-2020 Officers

Walker Gregory, President                   Hannah Cruse, President

Hannah Dickey, Vice-Pres.                    Lora Gwatney, Vice-Pres.

Gene Carbonell, Secretary                    Lexi McGill, Secretary

Cole Roberson, Treasurer                     Zachary Nelson, Treasurer

 

    

 

NEW NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS

 

SENIORS

Chandler Clayton

Gavin Gibbs

Chasity Nicholson    Roxie Ross

JUNIORS

Dixie Alexander

Bradley Almas

Carson Beavers

Ashton Davis

Miriam Foster

Hannah Green

   Emily Queen

   Kaia Radabaugh

   

SOPHOMORES

Alyssa Anderson

Catherine Ballew

Shelby Belt

Marli Bond

Cooper Boyle

Teagan Cioffi

Cora Clemmons

Taylor Cobb

Brooklyn Cole

Taylor Coleman

Chloe Collis

Patrick Conner

Kylee Cornelius

Brittany Damiano

Isobella Dilbeck

John Dillard

Michael Dillard

Catherine Finley

Liberty Giet

Tucker Hanson

Kennedy Harper

Andrew Harris

Luke Holloway

Christian Jensen

Mathew Johnson

Henry Leben

Abigail Ledford

Martin Logan Brady

Thomas Mercer

Emmalyn Mitchell

John Moler

Lauren Murphy

Gavin Myers

Allison Nuckolls

Micah O’Neal

Lainey Panter

Emma Payne

Parker Peugh

Gracie Rice

Summer Rogers

Samantha Rosas

Kayleigh Ross

Kaylee Scarbary

Olivia Sisson

Abigail Smith

Courtney Tamberino

Isabella Tocci

Hailey Tucker

Lyndsay Turner

McCay Turner

Karly Waters

Chanley Watson

Emma White

Kimberly Wyant

 

FCHS sophomore Christian Jensen proudly displays his NHS membership certificate and pin.

Sophomores Teagan Cioffi and Isabella proudly display their new NHS membership certificates and pins.

Principal Erik Cioffi awards FCHS junior Dixie Alexander her NHS certificate and pin.

Principal Erik Cioffi awards senior Shea Nicholson her new NHS membership certificate.

Principal Erik Cioffi presents new NHS member Shelby Belt with her membership certificate (Assisting in Background is NHS officer Hannah Dickey)

Hannah Dickey and Walker Gregory drape senior David Gordon with his NHS honor cord.

2018-19 New FCHS National Honor Society members

FCHS Seniors who received Honor cords.

The Fannin County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the Leadership Fannin Class of 2019

Fannin County Chamber

 

October 10, 2018

For information contact Shannon York, Coordinator

Shannonyork7931@gmail.com

The Fannin County Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the Leadership Fannin Class of 2019, which will begin in February of 2019.  Leadership Fannin is an extremely rewarding experience designed to educate and develop local community leaders. Participants learn about community leadership, gain a greater understanding of issues in Fannin County and network with people from all walks of life and geographic areas of our community.

Coordinating the program for the Chamber is Shannon York, and the 2019 Chair is Chris Hall. If you are interested in applying or know someone who would benefit from the program, please contact Jan Hackett at jahackett@tds.net or call the Chamber at 706-632-5680, with the applicant’s name and contact information. The deadline for nominations is November 15.  Nominees will receive applications and a schedule of programs in December and the class will be approved in early January, 2019.

Leadership Fannin was established in 1999 in cooperation with the Fannin Cooperative Extension.  The Chamber program consists of 14 classes since 2004.  Nominees should have lived in Fannin County for more than two years.  Tuition is $200 however scholarships are available for representatives of non-profit organizations.

 

The Democrat Collapse; Can it Recover?

Politics

In the wake of Karan Handles election victory over the youthful Democrat candidate Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s 6th District special election, and three other less newsworthy special elections elsewhere in the US, it is only now starting to dawn on democrats that they might actually have a real leadership problem. Already accusative fingers have pointed to Nancy Pelosi, not that she’s not a dedicated Progressive, but because she has become the elderly face of the growingly dysfunctional Democrat Party and an albatross around the party’s neck.

In my essay of 19 June 2017, The Democrat Party’s Future?, I rhetorically asked:  “Who else do they have who could possibly stand for POTUS? Count any Democratic Senator or Congressman out.” A betrayed Bernie Sanders, at 79, will go his own way. Princess Elizabeth Warren may not even be reelected again as senator in her home state. Besides, she’s seventy, while Nancy Pelosi is 80. And Joe Biden? Naw, at 78, he’s just a silly ol’ goose that has lost his luster! Schumer is delusional and will never leave the Senate. The reality is now setting in.

Already young democrat congressmen, some we have never heard of before, are being interviewed by radio hosts, both progressive and conservative on the Democrat party’s problems, and their response is the same. Their elderly leadership is totally out of any ideas except the imperative that Trump be impeached and replaced with their champion Hillary Clinton who won the majority vote. Of course, they won’t recognize that the voter registration fraud investigation now underway, has already revealed enough ineligible voters found makes Trumps claim, that he actually won the popular vote, a reality. Forget Hillary too. She’s through.

One or two mentioned that the Democrat congressional leadership is so focused on alleged Russian interference in the election, collusion and collaboration, and Comey’s illegal firing, none of which have any basis in truth, that they failed to watch their backs while Trump goes about happily repealing and replacing the hundreds of Obama’s restrictive rules and regulations strangling the American economy.  Americans want jobs. Nobody cares about Russia. One interviewee even noted the hypocrisy of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer railing on about the GOP’s repeal and replacement of the failing Obamacare without Democrat input into the GOP’s plan, which was exactly what the Democrats did when forcing Obamacare on a willing American public.

The Democrat party, having long ago embraced socialism, has cunningly, slowly and most intentionally set about dividing Americans. The ADA was integral to that effort. In his Progressive enthusiasm at seeing the coming end of America, Obama chucked the final spear that divided us and assumed that all Americans would gladly go along with it. They didn’t!

Today, there is no political unity in our ultra-polarized country, and honestly, there shouldn’t be. The polarization exists because the Marxist side wants to “fundamentally transform” America, meaning to destroy the things that make America exceptional. There will never be a return to bipartisanship such as the #Never Trump Republican, John Kasich envisions, because Democrats are really not our friends holding different opinions. They are dyed in the wool, hard line communists of the Marxist variety and do not intend to lose the gains they have spent decades creating without a fight, even if it spills out onto our streets. As we see, it already has. Democrat hostility and character assassination is political theater meant to fool the base into thinking the party is on their side and cares for them. Sadly, Republicans elites too often feel it their duty to appease the left and defend their corruption.

Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ‘em! (23Jun17)

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