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Moody Recyclers

Andrea Ray’s third-graders at Gandy Elementary made Christmas ornaments from recycled materials for the Jefferson County Christmas Tree. The class presented the ornaments to Jefferson County Judge Dutch King in an effort to promote recycling in our county. (Special to The Progress)

Moody announces December Students of the Month

The Mood Elementary December Students of the Month are, first row, from left: Anna Grace Wooley, Meredith Reddin, William Aulenback, Jasper Roberts, Grace Morara; second row, from left: Kelly Johnson, Victoria Ortiz, Jaci Mir, Matthew Nguyen; and third row, from left: Johnathon Trujillo, Dylan Richey, Romelo Bell, Will Colclasure and Alysha Brown.

FCCLA student gains leadership skills

Senior high student Candace Casey — along with her adviser Sheri Deaton, Family and Consumer Science instructor at White Hall High School — attended the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America’s Capitol Leadership program, Oct. 12-15 in Washington, D.C.

Razorback Tickets

Jesse Smith, right, of White Hall is presented with two tickets to the Arkansas vs. Northern Illinois in Fayetteville game on Sept. 20 by David Judkins, left, in a drawing Smith won at Keepsakes Jewelry and Gifts.

Food safety inspections

The Arkansas Department of Health regulates the sale of food at establishments which include restaurants, bars, daycares, schools, grocery stores, convenience stores, bed and breakfast facilities, hotels/motels, mobile units and concession stands. Inspections are made unannounced by environmental health specialists.

Moody announces Students of the Month

September Students of the Month at Moody Elementary School have been announced. They are bottom row (left to right) Madison Reed, Addison Powell, Kinley Atkinson, Ashlee Armour, Mary Claire Colclasure; second row (left to right) Erin Nelson, Jordan Pearce, Omaryon Wilson, Clayton Gorman, Taylor Nelson; third row (left to right) Jacob Pham, Lucas Gray, Kyler Barnes, Parker Rotten and Jessie Smith. (Special to The Progress)