The Millsap High School FFA Greenhand Quiz Team recently competed and were recognized at a school board meeting for honors they received. The team – Ashley Lasenby, Brady Barron, Nathan Poynor, Matthew Collins and Shawn Burger – placed fifth in district. Ashley and Brady also qualified for the area competition. It was a wonderful time of honors as sponsor Chris Goen explained some of the criteria of the competition and school board members congratulated the students. This is a great extracurricular endeavor as these competitions take much study and prep time, so we wish these young people well as they aspire to succeed in this area.
Bulldog Shredders, a locally owned business, just celebrated a very successful five years in business. The company, which was founded by owners Tony and Carolyn Guess, is made up of state-of-the-art shred-tech mobile units. With the major portion of identity theft being home and office garbage this business provides the service of destroying documents.
The company serves the north central region of the state and is a green company recycling 100 percent of all paper shredded. In these times this is an essential service and it is fortunate that we have access to it in our post office. We wish Tony and Carolyn continued success and many more anniversaries.
We welcome a new worker to our town in esthetician Jennifer Thurman, who is employed at Joy’s Shear Creations Salon on Fairview Road. Jennifer is licensed in spa facials, eye tabbing, and spray tanning. She welcomes appointments or walk-ins and is at the shop Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Hope you enjoy your new job, Jennifer.
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