Central High School Recognizes Community Partners
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Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Pictured from left to right are Bo Bass, Corporate Sponsor Chair, Chuck Conerly, Athletic Booster President , Bill Whorton & Eric Tarpley of The Whorton Agency,  Sherry Sullivan of Lime Biscuit Strategies, Chris Dunson of Pro Cut Properties,  Central High School Principal Jared Griffis, and Elena Schulenburg, Corporate Sponsor Chair.
Pictured from left to right are Bo Bass, Corporate Sponsor Chair, Chuck Conerly, Athletic Booster President , Bill Whorton & Eric Tarpley of The Whorton Agency, Sherry Sullivan of Lime Biscuit Strategies, Chris Dunson of Pro Cut Properties, Central High School Principal Jared Griffis, and Elena Schulenburg, Corporate Sponsor Chair.
Central High School Recognizes Community Partners

Central High School honored its Lion Pride Community Partners during pre-game of the home football game on September 2. Representatives from The Whorton Agency, Inc., Lime Biscuit Strategies, and Pro Cut Properties were on-hand to be recognized for their support and contribution to the school and athletics. Pro Cut Properties, The Whorton Agency, and Lime Biscuit made generous donations of time and resources to remodel and upgrade the home side concession stand in Lion Valley.

 

“We are thrilled to have the continued support of our Community Partners,” said Principal Mr. Jared Griffis. He continued, “Support from members of the Central Family like these Community Partners goes above and beyond to make a difference to impact the success of our school and the lives of our students. The Central Family appreciates their contributions to our school and wishes them much success within their individual businesses.”

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