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June 11, 2009|By MELITA WISHARD

Maugansville Elementary recognizes students

Maugansville Elementary School recognized students for the Character Counts! trait of citizenship at the last Golden Table of the year May 22. Students received a book, compliments of the PTA, a school related goodie bag, some healthy treats, a recognition certificate and a star to wear designating their accomplishment.

Those students recognized were:

Kindergarten - Lyndsai Salat, Nicky Noel, Savannah Gafford, Sarah Sasscer, Aristan Boward, Brianna DePaz Paredes, Abigail Ohaegbu, Gage Crawford, Liam Harbert, Lucas George and Camryn Kelly.

First grade - Xzavior Bork, Brooklyn Durboraw, Hayden Sweeney, Josalyn Hartman, Madelyn Allingham, Morgan Burleson, Katelyn Palmer, Quin Robinson, Mckenzi Smith and Jesse Shaffer.

Second grade - Lena Lanza, Madison Kelley, Alison Lee, Alex Rudy, Catalina Avellaneda, Nathaniel Stryker, Joshua Bannon Brianna Guyer, Steffany Maldonado and Austin West.


Third grade - Madison Breeze, Feruza Mirzaycua, Joseph Snyder, Caleigh Churchey, Madeline B. Miller, Madison Robinson, Brandon Gasaway, Lexi Mellott, T.J. Hafer and Tyler Fleckinger.

Fourth grade - Kyle Hosein, Autumn Gammon, Jeremiah Clemmer, Jesse Hall, Sarah Amalfitano, Mary Langu and Eric Elliott.

Fifth grade - Brianne Selders, Akhil Jonalagadda, Chad Montgomery, Jonathan Bower, Kianna Cooper and Miguel Molina.

Church festivals

Salem Reformed Church will hold its church festivals Wednesday, June 17 and Wednesday, July 1, starting at 5 p.m.

Homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts will be offered. It will be eat in or carry out. The church is off Cearfoss Pike.

Chicken barbecue

The Maugansville Fire Co. will hold a chicken barbecue Saturday, June 20, from 10 a.m. until sold out (about 2 p.m.)

Golf tournament

The annual Kevin's Fund Golf Tournament will be Friday, June 26. Individuals, teams or businesses interested in participating can call 301-790-1417 for more information.

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