Junior Board at Watson-Brown named


The following students have been named as members of the 2007-08 Junior Board of the Watson-Brown Foundation, which works to preserve the historic legacy of the South: Michael Edwards (back row, from left), of Washington-Wilkes Consolidated High School; Spencer Swinson, parliamentarian, Washington-Wilkes; Delaney Russell, vice president, Washington-Wilkes; Kyle Hickox, Evans High School; and Kimber Kirkland, historian, Lincoln County High School.; and Haley Ward (front row), of Washington-Wilkes; Jamie Russell, Briarwood Academy; Erica Bettross, president, Thomson High School; and Laura Lemley, secretary, Augusta Preparatory School. Not pictured are John Spivey, Briarwood Academy, and Mary Margaret Peebles, John S. Davidson Fine Arts School.  Special
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The following students have been named as members of the 2007-08 Junior Board of the Watson-Brown Foundation, which works to preserve the historic legacy of the South: Michael Edwards (back row, from left), of Washington-Wilkes Consolidated High School; Spencer Swinson, parliamentarian, Washington-Wilkes; Delaney Russell, vice president, Washington-Wilkes; Kyle Hickox, Evans High School; and Kimber Kirkland, historian, Lincoln County High School.; and Haley Ward (front row), of Washington-Wilkes; Jamie Russell, Briarwood Academy; Erica Bettross, president, Thomson High School; and Laura Lemley, secretary, Augusta Preparatory School. Not pictured are John Spivey, Briarwood Academy, and Mary Margaret Peebles, John S. Davidson Fine Arts School.

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