McCallie Seniors Inducted Into Keo-Kio Leadership Society

Friday, November 8, 2019
New members of the Keo-Kio leadership organization at McCallie
New members of the Keo-Kio leadership organization at McCallie

Fifteen members of the class of 2020 were inducted into Keo-Kio, the senior leadership organization at McCallie. They will join a group of other seniors who were inducted last spring to make up the full Keo-Kio membership for 2019-20. Congratulations to the new inductees:]

Courtlandt Buzzini -- San Antonio, Texas
Robert Cummings -- Oakland, California
Jaren Dildine -- Chattanooga, Tennessee
Seth Keylon -- Chattanooga, Tennessee
Abe Lebovitz -- Chattanooga, Tennessee
Samuel Ligon -- Lookout Mountain, Georgia
Ben McDonough -- Franklin, Tennessee
James Pitts -- Jasper, Tennessee
Duke Richey -- Chattanooga, Tennessee
Jonah Schoenike -- Knoxville, Tennessee
Hari Subramaniam -- Chattanooga, Tennessee
Noah Tremain -- Lookout Mountain, Georgia
William Trowbridge -- Charlotte, North Carolina
Reece Wearing -- Cookeville, Tennessee
Johnny Villegas -- Signal Mountain, Tennessee

These seniors join 12 other members of the class of 2020 who were inducted last Spring:

John Arrowsmith, Flintstone, Georgia
Bennett Brock, Lookout Mountain, Georgia
Gus Buck, Jacksonville, Florida
Nate Dallimore, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee
Brown Hayes, Lookout Mountain, Georgia
Matthew Merritt, Bridgeport, Alabama
Manny Mitchell, Douglasville, Georgia
Noah Risley, Fort Smith, Arkansas
Adam Smith, Hixson, Tennessee
Ti Thomas, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Grant Williams, Rocky Face, Georgia
Jack Young, Lookout Mountain, Georgia


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