Headed to cheer

Clinton Middle School cheerleaders Allison Perez, left, and Rylee Merrell take a photo on the way to cheer for a recent CMS sporting event.

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Showing respect

Sherrie Johnson, Clinton High School FACS teacher, seated left, presents a plant to Connie McGrath, widow of the late Jeff McGrath, former La-Z-Boy material manager. Mr. McGrath died shortly after giving Johnson’s students a tour of the facility in Siloam Springs, Ark., last year.

RUOK folks treated

The Custer County TRIAD hosted its annual Christmas party for the RUOK group. Pictured, left around the table, are Sharon Watson, Michael Watson, Rose Millspaugh, Janetta Reimer, Phyllis Caulkins, Keri McGee, Mike Misner, Pam Misner and at the table to the right, Shawn Nelson.

Wetting a hook

It proved to be a much warmer day when Jaiden Begay, 15, top, and Charleigh Begay, 4, went fishing at the pier at Acme Park.

Matrimony in teamwork

The team of Janice and Dennis Smith give of their time to pick up refuse during this past weekend’s ClintonFIRST cleanup day.

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