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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, May 21, 2015 Page 10 WCCA Announces Who's Who Winners 2015 MR. AND MISS WCCA WCCA LADY RAMS WIN 1ST& 2ND i:seond place honors. Pictwrd om PLACES -- Wilkinson County Chris: left to right are CarmeCavin, Mary tian Academy Lady Ram tennis team members finished in first and second place at the MAIS Class A South State Tennis Tournament held recently at Duncan Park in Natchez. WCCA's Girls No. 1 doubles team Jamie Lewis and Carmen Cavin won first place, Claire McGraw, Sarah Robinson and Jamie Lewis. The WCCA team fin- ished in second place;at-theiSouth State Tourney. The two  teams qualified to C0mpete[&ti t MAIM Class A Stae' ,Tennis Trnament heldl Wsday :Ma/6, in Jackson in whicIi:Lewis an:Can won the and the No. 2 duo of Mary Claire McGraw and Sarah Robinson took state title. SbmittedPhoto .,  :" ,i!:  Regional Veterans Park Associal iz Plans .... ' "!i ': Wilkinson County Chris- fian Ademy recently held the 2015 Who's Who ceremeny. In order to be eligible far Who's Who, the student must have an overall average of 75 and be m good standing vth the school. Mr. and Miss Elementary. Emily Sessions and John Fos- ter Orger 4th Gre Class Favorites: Ryan Fisher and Cassidy Yar- 5tlGrade Class Favorites: Anna Cliarlotte Redhead'and Andrew Sessions. 6th Grade Class Favorites: RJ. Fisher and Bredy Smith and Kensley Rosso and Savana Ashley. 7th Grade Class Favor- ites: Maggie Cavin and Jaice Thomas. 8th Grade Class Favor- ires: Morgan Gardner and Tal Redhead and Leslie Ashley and Jacob Frankenfielc 9th Grade Class Favorites: Sarah Robinson and Justin Greei 10th Grade Class Faverites: Krystina Storey and Caleb Poole. 11th Grade Class Favorites: Samantha Dobson and Jordon Palmisano. 12th Grade Class Favtes are Devin Johnson and Ashley Wrice. Most School Spirited: Hayden Patterson and Mary Kathryn Doucet. Most Athletic Gh Jamie Lewis; Most Athletic Bo. Hutch Holden. fin order to be nominated for Most Athletic you must have lettered in 2 more sports.) Most  Girl: Car- men Cavin; Most Devin Jolms W]est Gh Mary Claire arcus Cage. :: Most Versatile Girl: jamie Lewis; Most Versatile Boy: Htaeh Holdem fin order tobe nominated for Most Versatile you mnst have a minimum av- erage of an 85 and be involved in 2 school activities.) Cutest Girl: Sarah Robin- son; Cutest Boy:. Luke Little- tx High School Clown Girl: Mary Claire Mraw; High School Clown Bey: Colton' Nettles. Most Likely To Be Fmaous ca: Mary gattmDoucet; Most Likely To Be Famous mr. rney Boy& . Most Iaqy to  Girl: Ashley Wries; Most I,ikely to Succeed  Redney Beyd. Most Intellectual Girl: Hal- ey Whitehead; Most Intellec- tual Boy. Rodney Boyd. (The persons nominated to Most , The newly formed Re- Mt'aw;,WittiestBoy:.Hayden Intellectual must have a mini- gional Veterans Park Asso- Patterso mum average ofa 90.) ciation in Zachary, Louisiana, Friendliest Girl: Elizabeth Friendliest Freshman Girl: is pleased to announce plans  Friendliest Boy:. Dam- Sarah Robinson; Friendliest for a Veterans Park to honor w the courage and sacrifice of The Far Corner Lake Ma.y & those who served or are serv- ing in the armed forces of the (Continued from Page 6) today, but I am not sure if it United States of America. will stay that way for long. The Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Foster were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stubbs in Oxford. Mrs. Wes Bennett of Merdian visited with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Jen- ning Owens, and sisters and their families, Miss Ri- ely Owens and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker and Emma and Jennings recently. Recent guests in the home of Sally and Wet- tlin Treppendahl were her longtime friends from her hometown of Owensboro, Kentucky, Susan and Bob Godthaab. Highlighting their visit was a trip to New Orleans where they attend- ed the Bette Midler concert and enjoyed taking in the sights and sounds of the historic town. On Tuesday, August 4 Vote to Re.Elect ERNEST H. "ERNIE" SMITH East District Justice Court Judge Wilkinson County tM s didsilWls s tNsinhmMi$ llllt, The Regional Veterans Park will be constructed on the fitness trail located behind Lane Regional Medical Cen- ter and will provide the citi- zens of the Zachary region a place to remember and thank those veterans who commit- ted themselves to protecting our rights and freedoms. At the entrance of the park, a 12 foot high metal archway will showcase the emblems of all military branches. These six branches, Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Ma- rine, will also appear on park benches placed along the trail. The focal point of the park will be the Wall of Veterans fea- turing brick pavers engraved with the names and service information of local veterans. Construction of the park will be funded by annual membership dues of $25 per person, the sale of bricks for the Wall of Veterans at $100 each, and from local busi- nesses and individuals who provide sponsorship dollars and/or in-kind donations. For more information, please email info@Regional-, visit on- line at www.RegionalVeter-, or call any of the associatioffs volunteer committee members: John Taylor - 654-2093; Col Bill Waters - 933-0100; Greg McDougall - 202-8126; Frank Ragsdale - 278- 8281. it gets chaotic Uying to get to my job on Loda I.en and to get everything done before lime is up. Yet most of the lime it is very peaoeful and enjoyable. I have missed out on many spring debuts, but I am hoping to witnsss all this sum- mer has to offer. I am enjoying life on the "high ground" but I am ready to go home. The Jackson Point Road is drivable forecasted river stages dmnge like the wind so only tne will tell Many folks were looking forward to hand grabbing sea- son but the recent rise is hin- dering any attempts for the grabbers. The mad conditions are making it difficult, but there is some boat traffic on the lake. Many folks are setting (rot lines and hopefully the ad- tlllgii, I ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT! Approved and Paid for by the Candidate To honor all service personnel who have given their lives for their country WE WILL CLOSE ALL LOCATIONS MONDAY, MAY 25 ! -- [ 24 Hour Services For Your Convenience ATM's Express Phone Banking Online Banking Mobile Banking KCONC( [tDIA BANK 00TRUST CO. Member FD|C Since 1903 Monterey Ferriday Vidalia Natchez Woodville Freshman Bey: Justin Green. Silliest Sophomore Girl: Hayleigh Revere; Silliest Soph- omore Bey. Caleb Poole. Jolliest Junior Girl: Car- men Cavin; Jolliest Junior Bey: Drew Skinner. Sensible Senior Girl: Ka- tie Smith; Sensible Senior Boy. Devin Johnson. Each year the students nominate 4 Belles and 4 Beaus. Belles: Mary Claire McGraw, Mary Kathryn Doucet, Car- men Cavin and Jamie Lewis. Beaus: Hayden Patterson, Colton Nettles, Jason Robert- sen and Justin Prevost. Most Beautiful: Mary Claire McGraw, Most Handsome: Jason Robertson. Miss WCCA: Mary Claire McGraw; Mr. WCCA: Hayden Patterson. (In order to be nomi- nated for Mr. and Miss WC- CA you must have attended WCCA from 9-12th grade and have a 75 or above average.) Fort Adams ditional "water' won't affect the crawfish. Crawfish are usually abundant after a high water, and folks come from all over to scavenge for these mndbugs. Some folks set out crawfish traps, but, sometimes, you can actually pick them up (make sure to wear gloves so not to get pinched) crossing the road at night. Now, how many places can you do that? You can here in The Far Corner, so come on out and have some tim! "I help patients with pain and stress every day and treat a wide range of medical conditions." Aerin Co.villion, AcsF.nct.rist THE ACUPUNCTURIST IS IN! Lane Regional Medical Center welcomes Aerin Couvillion, Licensed Acupuncturist. She is a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), is licensed in the state of New York, and is certified by the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners. Her specialty focus includes digestive disorders, sleep disorders and women's health. Heur de Lis Acupuncture 4710 McHugh Road Zachary, LA 70791 225-658-6624. Now accepting new patients! 6300 Main Street I Zachary, LA 70791 225-658-40001