Eleven students inducted into NJHS
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The new inductees into the Woodsboro National Junior Honor Society are, from left, Rachel Blaschke, Patricia Garza, Jessi Gonzalez, Ivey Byerly, Kasten Cisneros, Amber Wiginton, Danny Havens, Raleigh Lansford, Lacey Barnett, Adriana Vega and Autumn Scrimpsher.
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WOODSBORO – Eleven Woodsboro Junior High School students were named to the school’s National Junior Honor Society Chapter at the Induction Candle Lighting Ceremony on Jan. 9, in the school cafeteria.

The National Junior Honor Society is an elite group of students across the United States with high achievements- in scholarship, leadership, character, citizenship and service.

Conducting the ceremony was the NJHS president, Shelby Sheffield, along with Vice President Joseph Perez, Secretary Adrianna Brizeno, and Treasurer Scott Carter.

Presentation of certificates and pins were awarded by Brian Hicks, principal of Woodsboro Junior/Senior High School.

Following the ceremony, honorees and guests were treated to an array of refreshments. The fruit tray and cake were made by Bingo Cake Bakery of Woodsboro (Margaret Freeze and Pam Harris).

The half white and half chocolate cake was nicely decorated with the NJHS torch emblem. Also, assorted cookies were provided by Ninfa Rodriquez. In addition, a pineapple-sherbert punch was served.

“NJHS would like to say a special thank you to Marcie Peterson for her beautiful piano playing and to Jesse Garcia for setting up everything needed for the ceremony and then making it back into a cafeteria afterward,” said Kathy Schneider, sponsor.
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