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— Gravette High School’s reigning Mister and Miss GHS will relinquish their titles this week at a pageant to be held on Saturday. Miss GHS, Kaitlynn Britton, is a junior and the daughter of Jim and KellyBritton.Mr.GHSLincoln Parker is a senior and the son of Doug and Tammy Parker. And Mr. GHS John Stay is a 2009 graduate and the son of Wesley and Jacqueline Stay. Gravette High School has been well represented by Kaitlynn, Lincoln and John but it is time to crown a new Mr. and Miss GHS for the 2009-2010 school year.

Eighteen Miss and seven Mr. contestants will be competing in this year’s pageant. Competing for the Sophomore Class are Dallas Banta, Kelsey Gregory, MollyLeemasters, Meleah Radar, Amanda White, Connor Houtchens and Sayer Smith. Representing the Junior Class are Christina Lovell, Hailey Morrison, Bailey Nease, Shelby Newell, Jessica Price and Ryan McMillan. Contestants from the Senior Class are Kayleigh Duncan, Dena Echols, Makayla Morrison, Sydney Nease, MyKaelia Pembleton, Chelsea Porter, Jessica Springer, Mackenzie Wallace, Chris Cowgur, Ethan Haley, Dakota Lacy andTyler Rinehart.

Our 2009-2010 winners will each receive a $250 PTO scholarship sponsored by, Austin Drug, Gravette Station and All Star Pizza, a $100 savings bond from the Bank of Gravett, a $50 savings bond from Arvest, a Timex watch and a set of American Tourister luggage.

We will also present two Lion’s Choice Awards worth over $200. An audience favorite competition, you can vote for your special competitor to receive our Mr. Lion’s Choice or Miss Lion’s Choice Award.Votes are $1 each and you can vote as many times as you like. Contestants are currently collecting money or you can vote at the pageant in the lobby.

The 2009-2010 Mr. and Miss GHS will be crowned this Saturday, November 14, at the Performing Arts Center at Gravette High School. The pageant begins at 7 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.“Please come and support our students and our high school. All proceeds raised go to the PTO recognition and scholarship programs.”National Legion Commander Will Visit In Area

The National Commander of the American Legion, Clarence Hill, and other Veterans Affairs personnel will be at Riordan Hall in Bella Vista next Monday, November 16.

Sponsored by the First District of the American Legion, Hill, along with Arkansas Department Commander Gene McVay, the Arkansas Director of Veterans Affairs and senior leaders of the VA Health Care System and VA Claims Office will be present, take comments and answer questions pertinent to veterans.

The meeting, moderated by the State Commander, will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. at Riordan Hall.

Hill is a Navy Captain whose home is Florida. He was elected National Commander in July. McVay, a retired Air Force Colonel, was an f16 pilot whose home is Fort Smith.

Riordan Hall is located on Kingsdale Lane, right off Riordan Road west of the Dairy Queen in Bella Vista.

News, Pages 1 on 11/11/2009

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