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PHS Graduates FROM PAGE1 Ann Jackson , Lacy Jane Jenkins, Brandon Cardell Johnson, Dil- lon Scott Joiner  D, Katelyn Marie Joiner, Jerika Latifa Lil' Tem- perous Joseph, Victoria Elizabeth Keller, Nathan Devonta Kelly [], Aleksander Patrick Kennedy, Taylor Dane Kientz, Nicholas Michael Killebrew 5, Caleb Keith Kinchen [] , Jonathan Wade Kinchen [] D, Ashley Claire Kirk, Christina Faith Kittrell, Holly Nicole Kliebert D, Ciara Brooke Kraft D, Rebecca Gay Kron 5, Leanne Ruth Lamb, Hannah Olivia Lambert & Christopher Mi- chael Landry, Jr., Laken Sheradon Landry, Louis Robert Lanier, Alexandra Noel Latham, EmilyAnne Lourdes Lavastida D, Ryan Oneille Lavigne, Dustin Ryan LeBlanc , Matthew Scott LeSaich- erre & Amanda Ann Liner 5, Marcus Alan Little D, Erica Ann Lloyd, Kelsey Anne Locicero 5, Emory Ann Logan, Brittany Marie Lutz 5, Victoria Nicole Macedo  D, Anthony Joseph Malbrough, Jr. & Kyle Joseph Martin 5, Frances Evelyn Marullo, Jamie Ma- rie Matherne & Lynn Terrell Matthews II, Tyler Dane Matthews, Macklyn Scott May, Danalyn Rose Mayeux, Kayla Marie McCaleb [] , Kimberly Alana McCardle & Earl Jack B. McFarlane, Ricky Lee McPherson, Jr., Katherine Louise Miller, Michael Anthony Millet D, Brandi Nicole Mitchell & Michael Anthony Mitchell, Jr., Emily Ann Mizell, Blaine Adam Monistere, Shelby Lynne Mor- gan, Markie Ann Morris, Kaleb Dwayne Muse 5, Halley Alexan- dra Nagim, Joey Micheal Needham, Gaquavia Quadrell Nelson, Alexander Gustav Newman , Jeremy Michael Nunez, Dustin ...... Alan Oliver, Trey Ashton O'Neill, Terika A'vontai Owens, Amber Drusilla Palmer, Eldrid Lloyd Palmer III 5, Katelyn Ann Palmer, i Briana Marie Parker 5, Macy Victoria Perret 5, Shelby Lyn Pc- terson, Baillie Jean Pfister, Chadwick Chase Phillips Z, Joseph Piazza II, Malaina Brooke Pickering, Lindsay Thea Picou, Chris- topher Andrew Pinell 5 D, Cole Thomas Plummer, Ashley Noel Poche , Steven Theo Polk D, Coddy Demon'e Trey Pope, Caitlin Paige Posey, Beau Zackery Raborn, Dylan Charles Raney , Holly ...... Lynn Raxsdale D, Emily Ann Ray , Courtni Brooke Rayborn, Sarah Jane Rehm 5, Jesse Rae Rizzuto, Deanna Grace Robertson [] D, Thomas Walker Robertson, Caitlin Elizabeth Robinson, Katie Renee Robinson [] D, Brittany Cheri Rock, Pedro Rodri: guez, Eric Allen Rose, Megan Elizabeth Rowley 5, Jennah Kaye Russell , Katelynn Sara Ryals [] D, Allie Marie Ryan [] D, Reva Shamari Sadler, Taylor Brianna Logan Sanders, Kyle Jacob Schafer 5, Joseph Louis Schembre II, Hallie Renee Scott, Jared Anthony Serpas, Emily Norton Sewell, Marguarette Amande Sey- more, Edward Dustin Sharp, Hollie Marie Sharp, Maegan Victoria Sharp, Samuel Colton Sharp, Ke'ara Da'Shawn Shelby 5, Blake Kolby Short, Allison Lynn Sibley, Ray Ashton Siebenkittel  D, Quentin Darian Stephen Sims, Preetkanwal Singh, Dalton Henry Smith, Jeffrey Kyle Smith, Tyler Mark Smith 5, Lindsey Nicole Snow 5, Amanda Danielle Soley 5 D, Lauren Danielle Soley 5, Re- becca Dawn Spano x D, Mason Bradley Spratt, Jordan Raylynn Spriggs [] D, Tyler Blake Stafford 5, Haylee Elizabeth St. Amant, Mason Grant Stanley [], Christopher Thomas Steadman, Jr., Ra- chel Ann Steadman 5 D, Jonathan Errol Steel, Brian Jacob Steih D, Caroline Marie Stevens [] D, Bailie Jordan Stewart, Jayde Elizabeth Stewart, Samantha Paige Stewart, Felicia Donielle Tate, Samantha Leigh Tate , Tyler Keith Theard, Zaine Michael Thibodeaux, Zachary Curtis Thomas, James Michael Thompson, Neil Lloyd Thompson III D, Tanner Jordan Tomes Z, Blaine Lyle Trahan, Joseph Colby Traylor, Mark Everett Traylor, Jr. 5, Na- varre Scott Traylor III, Bailey Lenette Turner, Victoria Marie Vac- caro, Brett Michael Vampran [] D, Gilian Van Bree 5 2, Jordi Orin Van Winkle 5; Courtney Michelle Vicknair  [] D, Danielle Nicole Vidrine D, Michael Louis Villars  D, Autleigh Rebekah Vineyard [] D, Hunter Spence Waddell [] D, Robert Joseph Waguespack , Joseph Ross Waits, James Keith Walker, Jr., Omar Rashad Walker, Russell K: Wallace, Jessica Leigh Walsh, Blair Rene' Wascom, Hugh Crawford Watson IV, Shirelle Myrna Wat- son, Lakeisha Jacoby Weary, Demetria Rene' Wells, Kellie Marie Wheat 5, Chelsey Breann Whittington 5, Jaylon Gerald Wilde 5, Jacob Anthony Williams, Joe Williams IV, Hannah Marie Wilson, Tyler Joseph Windecker, Malacia Viludian Womack, Michael Bart Woods0n, Jr., Tabitha Renee'Young 5, Alexandra Faith Zayas D, Dylan Luke Ziglar 5 Gold Honor Cord, 5 White Honor Cord, x ACTAcademic Letter Jacket, [] National Honor Society, President's Award for Educa- tional Excellence, D Academic Endorsement, [] Career and Technical Endorsement Jacob Steib awarded scholarship FPB's Ponchatoula Branch Manger Brian Steib is on hand to watch his son, Jacob, receive a college scholarship award from Kelly Dixon, secretary of the LBA Education Council. (Courtesy Photo) Longtime PHS band director retiring Times Report PHS Band Director Theodore "Teddy" Forest is retiring and the PHS Band Boosters are hosting a celebration Saturday, May 21 at the First Baptist Church Gymnasium, 325 East Pine Street. The event is slated to start at 5 p.m. and last until 9 p.m. with a special ceremony 6-7 p.m. Glenn Fendlason, to perform June 9 in Hattlesburg Times Report, *. Billed as Mississippi s Fine@ Gospel Event/' the Miss is{plS-[ State Ouarte' Cn6'iioff will be held June 9-11 at the Forest County Multi Purpose Center (115) 194-5931" TO SUBSCRIBE Call 985/386-2877 24 Hours dcare n Programs Loss Programs L in Hattiesburg, with Chronicle kicking off the event Thursday, June 9 featuring Ponchatoula finance man Glenn Fendlason of Liberty Loan fame. There are a wide range of bands and ticket prices. The event has proven popular with Ponchatoula families. For ticket information, RV hookup registration, motels, call (601) 466-4343. Sierra FROM PAGE 5 what's under the hood after ad- miring its brawny body design. The Sierra comes with four different engine choices start- ing with a 4.3L V6 and moves up through the V8s with a 4.8L, 5.3L and finally, a 6.2L for the most serious of the power hun- gry drivers. The SLE package we drove had .the 5.3L. This produces 315 horsepower and the big red ride never felt anything less than robust while navigating country or city roads. All four engines are flex fuel capable, meaning the computer can adapt to up to an 85% ethanol/ gas mixture. This is an important consid- eration when considering au- tos that will last beyond their payment note due to new fuel regulations that will impact everyone who does not drive an actual horse. Variable valve timing, plus a feature that reduces fuel con- sumption by switching off four cylinders when not needed are other interesting and valuable features under the hood. The six speed transmission shifted smoothly and, on our model, had an optional Manual mode and towing mode. Mission accomplished De: troit! .900o Classes Include. Sneakers, & Spin, Step :::Atso avaitabte Massage R Tanning ...... 51 North 1330 Hvvy. (Veterans Avenue).... Ponch atou la,: : 985/386- 8507 :*P[Us tax with this aa s6N estrictions appty offer expires 3/30ill THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, MAY 19, 2011, PAGE 7 Ponchatoula Area Recreation District I PONCHATOULAAREA RECREATION DISTRICT #1 CHAIRMAN AND BOARD The PARD #1 Board held a regular meeting on Thursday, March 10, 2011. The meeting was called to order at 7:05 p.m. and roll was called. Present: Byers, Dufreche, Rocquin, Palmer, Wheat The board reviewed the financial information. Byers made a motion to accept the check registry and financial report. Palmer seconded the motion. All board members werein favor and the motion passed. Wheat stated the baseball/softball season will start soonl He informed the board that the bridge crossing the canal to allow for barn access Was coming along nicely. Tangipahoa Humane Society Expo will be at the park on Saturday, April 2nd from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There will be pet adoptions. Wheat gave each board member a copy of the LSU Ag Center recommendations for them to read, review and discuss at the next meeting. The board discussed the PARD workers and how they were pleased with the work they have accomplished and how they are working together to accomplish the necessary work. Wheat discussed the wall panels and the temporary shrink wrap system to al- low them to seal the building and begin the interior work. This shrink wrap system met with the architects' standards. April is the estimated completion date of the construction portion of the gymnasium. Wheat reviewed letter from Holly& Smith regarding contingency budget. The football concession needs to have a third coat of paint. The shelves are done and the inside painted. Awning has been ordered to go over the front. The board discussed the need for a gate on the bridge. Dufreche stated he felt a gate was needed on both sides for safety. In addition we need signs on each side to keep people off the bridge. Ernst building work of busting out walls and pulling up doors and securing the building will start on Monday. The front of the building will be replaced with metal building material. It needs a new septic system and permits to get power to it. Backstops have been built for practice areas. Dugouts have been worked on the be ready for the season. Netting has been put up to keep foul balls from falling down. Wheat talked with Garafola today who stated the asphalting will begin within the next two weeks. They will attach an 8 ft. extension for the walking trail. We received word that we can allow this project to begin as long as we keep track por- tion of costs separate. The Corp of Engineers is coming to the conclusion of holding up the FHWA Recreation Grant. They are finalizing and writing a report to send to us. We will have to mitigate land. At some time in the future we will have to probably mitigate land on the additional 6 acres of land purchased last year. Once we receive the report, the mitigation portion can happen quickly. The Canal Bank repairs are tied into grant for walking track. Once funds are released, we can move forward with this project. We have sent a letter to Consolidated Drainage Board requesting assistance. We are in receipt of a formal five year sponsorship contract with First Guaranty Bank. North Oaks has committed to a five year sponsorship with PARD. Byers made a motion to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded by Rocquin. All board members present were in favor and the meeting adjourned at 8:06 p.m. William E. Wheat, Jr., Chairman Cathy M. Brignac, Secretary , l