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CWC students lead pledge of allegiance

2013-01-18 - Photo by Ed Waggener. Colonel Wm Casey second grade students, above waiting for the adults to settle down and join them and Chairman Floyd Burton, far right in the pledge of allegiance. The scene stealing kids are, from left, Trinity Burton from Cindy Walkers room, Kalli Bailey from Ms. Marsha Hixson's class, Wyatt Franklin of Lou Ann Coomer's room, Jessica Hamlett, from Gayle West's room, and Luke Stotts, from Angie Hixson's class. Angel Studer, was unable to attend to represent Kelly Robertson's class. Principal Patty Jones said that the Pledge of Allegiance is a part of the day start at CWC, and that the leaders are from those having a birthday on the any particular day. Superintendent Alan Reed, second from right told the assembly that the pledge will be a part of each meeting. Also standing, from left, Mike Harris (Div 5) and Quin Lasley (Div 2). The picture was taken Thursday, January 17, 2013.
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