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May 4, 2013

Community service earns praise

Muskogee High School students who have embraced community service through the Rougher 300 program deserve your appreciation.

MHS students earn non-academic credit hours for community service and church projects.

Seniors who gain 300 or more hours of service through their high school years are designated as Rougher 300 honorees and wear a silver cord during graduation.

Nine seniors will wear the silver cord this year, including three who volunteered more than 500 hours over the course of four years.

Many of these students would have volunteered anyway.

That’s even more reason to acknowledge their selfless contributions to our community.

Learning to be a community servant now will help them to live a happier and a more productive life.

Rougher 300

2013 students with at least 75 hours of community service:

Seniors

Taylor Bratcher, 184.5

Natalie Cooper, 310

Lauretha Davis, 370

Dominique Embry, 615

Paige Green, 302

Zuri Holder, 101

Aliyah Howard, 307

Hollie Moore, 559

Dylan Oney, 585

Ashley Skaggs, 397

Tristan Watson, 327

Juniors

Khi Tiana Ashley, 317

Ashlee Fletcher, 302

Tanner     Felts, 249

Laura Jardine, 413

Patrick Kays, 360

Katie Matthews, 477

Phylisia Mayfield, 513.5

Michelle Perkins, 381.5

Sara Rosson, 200

Sydnie Rosson, 200

Ryan Summerhill, 192

Ashlee Tull, 354

Zachary Wilhite, 95.75

Sophomores

Alyson Hill, 152

Chris Gilmartin, 217

Hayden Jacobs, 86

Breanna Jones, 240

Jeran McGill, 251

Daniel Van Kirk, 316

Miranda Walters, 405

Talon Watson, 110

Freshmen

Brittany Felts, 77

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