Hamilton Place Rotary Honors 5 Top Teachers

Friday, May 17, 2013

The Hamilton Place Rotary Club honored top teachers at five local schools at the honor education luncheon.

Seniors selected the teachers by vote.

They were taken along with their principals by limousine to a luncheon at the new Holiday Inn off Shallowford Road near Lee Highway.

Honorees were:

Laura Lynn Roland, Boyd Buchanan School

Kirsten Legac, East Hamilton High School

Bob Rogers, Ooltewah High School

Karen Ross, Collegedale Academy

Jake Willcutt, Silverdale Baptist Academy

 

 


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