Congratulations to Zach Gory, a junior at Pontotoc High School, for winning the AP US History Essay Award sponsored by the Sons of the American Revolution. Zach’s history teacher, Tom Audette, anonymously submitted a term paper that Zach had written on the Revolutionary War, specifically taxation. An awards banquet was held recently, and Greg Pegues, president of the local Sons of the American Revolution chapter, presented the award and a savings bond to Zach after having read his essay at the banquet. This past Friday, Zach was informed that he had won the state level for his essay and will go to Jackson for an awards ceremony soon. Zach’s proud parents are John and Christie Gory.
The Sherman Fire Department is hosting an EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) refresher class to be held at 6 p.m., March 7, 10, 15, and 21 in the Sherman Library. This refresher class and 20 hours of education is required every two years. All four nights must be attended to complete the certification. No pre-registration is required, but for more information contact Fire Chief Brad McMurry at 255-6638.
Brotherhood will be at 7 a.m. next Sunday morning, March 6, at Tri-County Baptist.
The Ladies Fellowship will be held at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, March 8, at Tri-County Baptist.
The Disciple Now weekend for the Sherman Baptist youth is scheduled for March 4 and 5.
Sympathy is extended to Danny Ryan and family in the death of his mother, Mary Ann West, 73, who died Feb. 21.