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Chilton County High School students are celebrating Homecoming this week. This is the parade route for Friday, September 21, beginning at 12:45. Visitors can park at the softball fields or grassy area at Clanton Middle School and view the parade from behind Tiger Stadium or CMS. Students will view from their respective schools. The Pep Rally will follow the parade at Tiger Stadium.
Friday Night Football Scores
Isabella 53 -- A. L. Johnson 0
Billingsley 48 -- Verbena 8
CCHS 29 -- Central Tuscaloosa 26
Linden 38-- Maplesville 27
Montevallo 64 -- Jemison 41
Thorsby 18 -- LaFayette 14
NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER
CCHS will hold its annual Homecoming on Friday night, September 21. Candidates for Homecoming Queen and King are, left to right: Zoey Collum, Triston Schmidthorst, Melanie Green, Cade Williams, Brianna McMillian, and Cameron Wright. The King and Queen, along with the Junior, Sophomore and Freshman Representatives will be crowned in pre-game festivities beginning at 6:30 p.m. The CCHS Tigers will host the Jemison Panthers for the Homecoming game that begins at 7:00 p.m.
CCHS Tigers Prepare For Homecoming
Homecoming week at Chilton County High School is September 17 through September 21. The Tigers will host the Jemison Panthers on Friday evening at 7:00 p.m. Homecoming festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the crowning of the Homecoming Court.
This year’s dress-up days will be as follows: Monday, September 17, “Tigers Are Ready For Business” and students will dress in business attire; Tuesday, September 18, students will dress as twins; Wednesday, September 19, “Winning Is Greek To Jemison” and students will dress in greek or fraternity attire; Thursday, September 20, “Rest Up For Tomorrow’s Win” and students will dress in pajamas; and Friday, September 21, “Sun, Sand, And A Win In Our Hand” and students will dress in class T-shirts with beach themed attire.
Each class will construct a float and design their class T-shirt. Awards will be given for float, T-shirt and overall spirit participation. Classes will be given points for participation each day.
On Thursday, September 20, the CCHS Volleyball Teams will travel to Jemison beginning at 3:30 p.m. Following the games, PowderPuff flag football games will be held in Tiger Stadium in Clanton at 6:00 p.m. Female students will be the players and Male students will be the coaches. Seniors will play the Juniors and Sophomores will play the freshmen. Admission is $5.00 and everyone is welcome to attend.
The Homecoming Parade will be held on school grounds this year on Friday, September 21, beginning at 1:00 p.m. Parking for the community will be next to the softball field and in the grassy area at the Clanton Middle School. The parade will travel around all of the Clanton schools and students will be able to view the parade from their respective school.
Following the parade, a community pep rally will be held at CCHS.
An automobile crashed into the front of Hayes Drug, in Jemison, Monday morning, September 10. No injuries were reported.
NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER
Clanton Intermediate School has received $20,000.00 from the Alabama State Department of Education. Fifty schools from around the state were selected for showing the most improvement in last year’s third grade reading results.
An assembly was held Friday, August 31, in the school gym. Jason Griffin, Superintendent of Education, congratulated the third grade teachers and administrators seated behind him for their accomplishments.
NEWS PHOTO BY BECKY TUCKER
The Chilton Chamber of Commerce recognized Chilton Propane Gas Company as the Business of the Month on Thursday, August 30. The company began approximately 40 years ago. Mike Elder, and his staff of ten, offer propane service to Chilton and surrounding counties. They are currently offering a pre-buy plan through the month of September.
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THIEVES AND SCOUNDRELS USE "GLOBAL"
WARMING AS A BATTERING-RAM -- TO STEAL!
The leading global-universalist in America during the last
presidential administration was Barack H. Obama himself. We
believe he is still the leader of that pack, during daylight hours as well as candlelight, flashlight, lamplight, and dark hours.
And we cannot help but ask: How in blazes is that supposed to help The People of these United States do anything well, good, or better? Globalism may work in the small minds of some men, but it is not designed to work for those who believe in NATIONAL-sovereignty!
Barack Obama, as president, did more harm to the average
American citizen than anyone alive today will be able to fix, hide, or
defend. According to spread-around information, he is still spreading hiswares around -- and there will be people who follow him, wherever hemay lead. Money begats power. . . and power begats money! FACT!
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