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Teacher Appreciation with a Luncheon

<p>Chamber office manager Wanda Kindberg, member Malea Hendrickson and President Norman Wilkinson prepare for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon held Thursday, August 15th in the Student Union.</p>

Chamber office manager Wanda Kindberg, member Malea Hendrickson and President Norman Wilkinson prepare for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon held Thursday, August 15th in the Student Union.

<p>Mayor Del Gabbard visits with a few teachers while standing in line for lunch.</p>

Mayor Del Gabbard visits with a few teachers while standing in line for lunch.

<p>The lunch was provided by American Fidelity Insurance and catered by Bruce and Terri’s Catering in Barling.</p>

The lunch was provided by American Fidelity Insurance and catered by Bruce and Terri’s Catering in Barling.

<p>Superintendent John Ciesla hands a plaque to Beth Dixon in honor of her 15 years of teaching.</p>

Superintendent John Ciesla hands a plaque to Beth Dixon in honor of her 15 years of teaching.

<p>Superintendent John Ciesla surprises Suzy Wilson with a “Happy 50th Birthday” balloon. ?? was celebrating her 50th Birthday the day of the Luncheon.</p>

Superintendent John Ciesla surprises Suzy Wilson with a “Happy 50th Birthday” balloon. ?? was celebrating her 50th Birthday the day of the Luncheon.

<p>Chamber President, Norman Wilkinson presents the Shinning Star Award to Becky Bynum.</p>

Chamber President, Norman Wilkinson presents the Shinning Star Award to Becky Bynum.

<p>Chief Will Dawson holds up the door prize donated by the Greenwood Police Department.</p>

Chief Will Dawson holds up the door prize donated by the Greenwood Police Department.

<p>Teachers honored for 5 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Shannon Rhea, Andrew Maxwell, Amber Quillman, Dana Higgins, John Moreton, Trisha Neal, Amber Dedmon, Laurie Young, Jodi Crainer Buckner, Shanna Roberts and Jessica Walton.</p>

Teachers honored for 5 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Shannon Rhea, Andrew Maxwell, Amber Quillman, Dana Higgins, John Moreton, Trisha Neal, Amber Dedmon, Laurie Young, Jodi Crainer Buckner, Shanna Roberts and Jessica Walton.

<p>Teachers honored for 10 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Roy Zimmerman, Michael Dean, Tim Golden, Karen Murphy, Joel Sillavan, Amy Fisher, Clay Reeves, Amy Barker and Jane Fuller.</p>

Teachers honored for 10 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Roy Zimmerman, Michael Dean, Tim Golden, Karen Murphy, Joel Sillavan, Amy Fisher, Clay Reeves, Amy Barker and Jane Fuller.

<p>Teachers honored for 15 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Beth Dixon, Rebecca Hunt, Kenneth Chick and Mary Beth Whipkey.</p>

Teachers honored for 15 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Beth Dixon, Rebecca Hunt, Kenneth Chick and Mary Beth Whipkey.

<p>Patti Allison was honored for 25 years of service in the District.</p>

Patti Allison was honored for 25 years of service in the District.

<p>Teachers gather with overwhelming excitement before the doors are opened at the 2013 Teacher Appreciation Luncheon last Thursday. The annual event is presented by the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by many area businesses.</p>

Teachers gather with overwhelming excitement before the doors are opened at the 2013 Teacher Appreciation Luncheon last Thursday. The annual event is presented by the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by many area businesses.

<p>Arkansas Representative Charolette Douglas poses in front of the table she sponsored.</p>

Arkansas Representative Charolette Douglas poses in front of the table she sponsored.

<p>Teachers pour in and scramble to find a seat at one of the 50 plus tables scattered around the Student Union at the Greenwood High School campus. More than 350 teachers and staff were in attendance.</p>

Teachers pour in and scramble to find a seat at one of the 50 plus tables scattered around the Student Union at the Greenwood High School campus. More than 350 teachers and staff were in attendance.

Chamber office manager Wanda Kindberg, member Malea Hendrickson and President Norman Wilkinson prepare for the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon held Thursday, August 15th in the Student Union.

Mayor Del Gabbard visits with a few teachers while standing in line for lunch.

The lunch was provided by American Fidelity Insurance and catered by Bruce and Terri’s Catering in Barling.

Superintendent John Ciesla hands a plaque to Beth Dixon in honor of her 15 years of teaching.

Superintendent John Ciesla surprises Suzy Wilson with a “Happy 50th Birthday” balloon. ?? was celebrating her 50th Birthday the day of the Luncheon.

Chamber President, Norman Wilkinson presents the Shinning Star Award to Becky Bynum.

Chief Will Dawson holds up the door prize donated by the Greenwood Police Department.

Teachers honored for 5 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Shannon Rhea, Andrew Maxwell, Amber Quillman, Dana Higgins, John Moreton, Trisha Neal, Amber Dedmon, Laurie Young, Jodi Crainer Buckner, Shanna Roberts and Jessica Walton.

Teachers honored for 10 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Roy Zimmerman, Michael Dean, Tim Golden, Karen Murphy, Joel Sillavan, Amy Fisher, Clay Reeves, Amy Barker and Jane Fuller.

Teachers honored for 15 years of service in the District: (Left to right) Beth Dixon, Rebecca Hunt, Kenneth Chick and Mary Beth Whipkey.

Patti Allison was honored for 25 years of service in the District.

Teachers gather with overwhelming excitement before the doors are opened at the 2013 Teacher Appreciation Luncheon last Thursday. The annual event is presented by the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by many area businesses.

Arkansas Representative Charolette Douglas poses in front of the table she sponsored.

Teachers pour in and scramble to find a seat at one of the 50 plus tables scattered around the Student Union at the Greenwood High School campus. More than 350 teachers and staff were in attendance.

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