Sarah Bridgeman of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Bridgeman was initiated at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Hawk Talk staff spent Saturday at Blooms Day, representing Clinton Middle in the Pie Eating Contest.
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Fun Times at the 1st annual Blooms Day
by Hawk Talk Staff
Members of our very own reporting staff attended this past Saturday’s Blooms Day festival on Market Street in Downtown Clinton with one goal and one goal only (maybe 2?): To compete for the top spot in the Pie Eating Contest.
Eighth Grade reporters Preston Duerr, Hunter Evans, Dawson Woodard, and their friend Riley Webb joined editorial staff member Morgan Campbell in taking on those delicious pies furnished by Apple Blossom Cafe.
We came up short in the end, but we did get to make a good mess and support our community (our 2nd goal)! We look forward to next year’s event.
University of the Cumberlands has proudly accepted Marquis Gallaher of Clinton Tennessee, for the upcoming academic year. Marquis, a current student at Anderson County High School, is welcomed into the UC Class of 2023.
Gallaher will be among 1,400 other students on the UC campus.