March Students of Month were honored at Taylor Elementary School in White Hall. They are, front row, Nour Nimer, Emily Scarbrough, Layton Wilson, Grace Mincy, Delaney Huffman, Xavier Trammel; middle row, Holly Mullins, Darcy Ray, Haydyn Cutter, Tucker Neikirk, Jonathan Qualls; back row, Hannah Wood, Tirzah Walden, Emma Jones, Isabella Soto and Elle Cooper; and not pictured, Alanna Ho. (Special to The Commercial)
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The Cedar Branch Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, May 3, at 6172 Princeton Pike at White Hall.
The Shady Grove Cemetery Association will host a memorial service at the cemetery location on Grant County Road No. 25 at noon Sunday, May 3. A potluck and business meeting will be held at 1 p.m.
The Moody Elementary April Students of the Month are first row, from left, Lilly Dill, Kyle Nunag, Peyton Stinnett; second row, from left, Dannie Owings, David Smith, Lauren Shelton; third row, from left, Grace Jett, Isaac Woolley, Kasey Horn, Dash Bauld; fourth row, from left, Brent Bonafacio, Sunni Jo Shelton, Savannah Francis, and Hayden Moreau. Olivia Brewer and Jessie Smith are not pictured. (Special to The Commercial)
Taylor Elementary School in White Hall has announced its February Students of the Month. They were front, row, Trey Booker, Kali Gorman, Aila Jones, Remi Thaing, Kenedi Bowman; middle, Alissa Gaines, Rylie Frieri, Siya Patel, Kaleigh Persons, Jada Mitchell, Tristan Quintero; and top, Haven Crist, Jacob Hall, Jarred Ballew, Kayla Chatman, Emily Murdock. Not pictured is Mae Lampkin. (Special to The Commercial)
Guests turn out to watch fifth-graders at Moody Elementary School in White Hall who recently performed during a program to honor heroes. (Special to The Commercial)
White Hall Police Department officer Brian Hornsby received the Life-Saving Award during the White Hall City Council meeting on April 20.
Mother Nature couldn’t even put a damper on the 12th annual Kids Fests activities on Saturday.
On April 8 at 8:40 a.m., an accident was reported on the parking lot at White Hall High School at 700 Bulldog Drive.
Editor’s Note: The following is the latest news from the city of White Hall, first published on the city’s Facebook page.