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Clay Community School Corporation Employee Recognition Dinner

Thursday, May 20, 2010

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Ten-year recipients were honored during the Clay Community Schools annual employee recognition dinner Wednesday at North Clay Middle School. Those honored included (front, from left) Patty Standley, Lisa Dickerson, Cathy Wetnight, (middle) Susan Piatt, Christy Casassa, Tonetta Kohler, (back) Frank Misner and Scott Buell. Not pictured are Susan Adams, Richard Dyer, Frank Hacker, Mike Gugino, Laura Maurer, Lisa Miller, Traci Miller, Rusty Rhodes, Myra Snow, Sarah Titzer, Norma Wells and Nancy Withers. [Order this photo]

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Clay Community Schools retirees include (from left) Linda Webster, Beverly Taylor, Rose Johnson, Nancy Ellis, (back) James Thistle, Rita Rose, Rhea Hood, Wilbur Stearley and Char Chamberlain. Not pictured are Delilla Brown, Carolyn Dix, Susan Goodman, Jane Jackson, Leona Morris, Julie Romas and Connie Watson. [Order this photo]
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Forty-year recipients were honored during the Clay Community Schools annual employee recognition dinner Wednesday at North Clay Middle School. Those honored include (left) Bobbie Cook and Tom Reberger. Not pictured is Jan Gambill. [Order this photo]
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Thirty-five year recipients were honored during the Clay Community Schools annual employee recognition dinner Wednesday at North Clay Middle School. Those honored include (from left) James Thistle, Keith Jones, Kaylynn Sanders and Tim Davis. Not pictured is Kathy Knust. [Order this photo]
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Thirty-year recipients were honored during the Clay Community Schools annual employee recognition dinner Wednesday at North Clay Middle School. Those honored include (front, from left) Sharon Koehler, Diane Dierdorf, Karla Smith, (back) Mike Royer and Vern Bettenbrock. Not pictured are Tom Caraboa, Jan Choate, Rita Harden, Regina Paullus and Connie Watson. [Order this photo]
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Twenty-five year recipients were honored during the Clay Community Schools annual employee recognition dinner Wednesday at North Clay Middle School. Those honored include (front, from left) Carol Morris, Rita Rose, Carole Weaver, Roxanna Yocom, (back) Tony Trout, Lisa Nasser, Beth Meuser, Beth Moody and Carolyn Kumpf. Not pictured are Marsha Kirchner, Carla Morris and Greg Robbins. [Order this photo]
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Twenty-year recipients were honored during the Clay Community Schools annual employee recognition dinner Wednesday at North Clay Middle School. Those honored include (from left) Cathy Rodgers, Mary Ray, Lee Ann Carithers and Rhea Hood. Not pictured are Lisa Chambers, Kerin Downey, Cindy Stiffler and Ronnie Todd. [Order this photo]


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Tom Reberger was a teacher of mine at Brazil Jr High. I have fond memories of him as a very respectable man. If it were not for Beth Moody I still would not know how to turn on my computer. Thank you to both of you.

-- Posted by jddriver4960 on Thu, May 20, 2010, at 8:59 PM

Thank you to all for everything you have done for our children. The number of students that these great people have impacted is staggering. Mr. Reberger was also a teacher of mine, as was Mrs. Moody. Everytime that I see them, I still call them by Mr. or Mrs. That is the respect that they were given as educators.

Also, any truth to the rumor that Scott Buell is going to be the Girl's Basketball Coach. If it is true, and I pray that it is, the Girl's program will finally have a high quality coach, and an even better person. A far upgrade from the past couple of years from what I have read and heard about. Good luck Coach Buell!!!

-- Posted by Ron Archer on Thu, May 20, 2010, at 9:38 PM


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