Dupont representative Don Kruse speaks. Dupont representative Don Kruse speaks.

The Auto Body Class at the William N. Neff Center recently heard from Don Kruse, a representative from the Dupont paint company. Mr. Kruse gave the students details about the automotive paint industry and the tools used to apply the paint. The appearance was sponsored by Abingdon Motor parts.

This fuel tank, painted by student Roman M., shows how metal products can look when paint is applied properly and is a representation of excellent paint work.

Mark Trogdon is the instructor.

Students Attend Y. St. Convention in Richmond on April 29 on the perils of smoking. Students Attend Y. St. Convention in Richmond on April 29 on the perils of smoking.

Abingdon High School students were recently chosen to represent Washington County in the "Y St." Non-Smoking Convention in Richmond on April 29. Among these students were juniors, Ryan C., Terrance H., and Ian R.; sophomores, Will G, Jillian A., and Courtney G; and freshmen, Rosie J. and Caitlin H. Each student ventured through separate classes learning about distinct facts and street marketing for the Y St. campaign. Y St. is an organization devoted strictly for young adults. Rather than emphasizing that smoking is bad, the students were taught simple facts to share. After many courses, the students attended a dance with all other students and enjoyed receiving free items, such as t-shirts and bookbags. Each students is now a Y St. member and will continue in this group until graduation from high school. Kelly Read, school nurse, attended with the group.

Three students on inflatable game Three students on inflatable game

Students at Watauga Elementary School enjoyed an afternoon of fun on Friday, April 29. Students participated in a PTA fundraiser during the fall of the year and earned an "inflatable party day". Students have been working very hard in preparation for SOL testing which begins in May, so this day provided a much needed day of stress relief and a good time to share with classmates. Students have also been purchasing "Celebrate Life" bracelets to raise money for the Relay for Life Walk this weekend. The fourth and fifth grade choir will perform during Relay for Life during the afternoon and conclude with a Watauga kids walk.

Students enjoy the treats supplied by TCBY Students enjoy the treats supplied by TCBY

Students who were selected as Greendale Classic Kids for the character trait of Caring at Greendale Elementary this six weeks were: Baleigh D., Caroline C., Anthony D., Tyler H., Katie M., Lindsey W., Jonathan E., Colby H., Shayla R., James M., Hannah S., Kelsey N., Emily N., Dylan H., Shawn W., Tara G., Kurtis G., Bradley W., Alaina G., Jessie R., Chrysten W., Breanna T., Hunter N., Cody N., Austin N., Molly O., Daniel B., Caitlin B., Ginger W., Abby H., Kristina S., Cody P., EilleenM., Cody S., Makinzie R., Jordan W., Cody R., Heather W., Tim P., Nikki S., Adam H., Josh B., and Michael M.

Students who were selected as Greendale Classic Kids received a balloon which they could decorate. The balloon is displayed on a bulletin board at the front of the building. Students also received a special treat from TCBY. Congratulations to these students and a special thank you to Pat Boyd at TCBY.

Amanda W. Dontates Blood at Holston High School. Amanda W. Dontates Blood at Holston High School.

On Tuesday, April 12, 2005 the Holston High School Future Business Leaders of America and the Johnston Memorial Hospital Blood Bank sponsored a blood drive. There were a total of 28 students and faculty who donated blood for the event. The donors received a specialized "donor card" which provides them with valuable information about blood type and cholesterol levels, juice, snacks, and an event t-shirt.

Several lucky participants received door prizes for their contributions. Sammy Campbell, the club sponsor would like to thank everyone for their efforts that made this charitable event a success.

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