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A total of 48 new members were inducted into the Laura B. Koons Chapter of the National Honor Society at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday morning. An induction ceremony took place at the high school auditorium, conducted by current chapter officers. The Mount Vernon NHS advisor is Guinn Bandy.
A total of 48 new members were inducted into the Laura B. Koons Chapter of the National Honor Society at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday morning. An induction ceremony took place at the high school auditorium, conducted by current chapter officers. The Mount Vernon NHS advisor is Guinn Bandy. (Photo by Alan Reed) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
November 30, 2012 10:15 am EST

 

A total of 48 new members were inducted into the Laura B. Koons Chapter of the National Honor Society at Mount Vernon High School on Wednesday morning. An induction ceremony took place at the high school auditorium, conducted by current chapter officers. The Mount Vernon NHS advisor is Guinn Bandy. Officers pictured standing in the front row are, from left, president Dustin Buchanan, vice president Willa Kerkhoff, treasurer Carlie Hashman and secretary Alyssa Crow. New inductees for 2012 are, second row, from left, Shannon Pae, Jared Pryor, Kelsey Ries, Stephen Rowe, Sierra Silverwood, Corin Sponsler, Chase Springer, Amanda Tier, Weston Uram, Kendra Vosler, Victoria Wendt, Aubrey Wiest, Emily Williams and Katelynn Wood. Third row, Rachel Downey, Lotte Dunnell, Jonathan Eddy, Mary Egan, Justin Fairchild, Lauren Furno, Elena Garcia, Alexander Glibert, Chelsie Hayes, Katelyn Israel, Jared Jones, Emily Lewis, Zachary Merrilees, Jacob Miller, Madisyn Montgomery and Emily Nussbaum. Back row, Eric Ashbrook, Morgan Brass, Clay Curts, Layton Shoots, Alec Workman, Anne Baldwin, Sierra Basista, Austin Blanton, Erica Browning, Jeremy Buchanan, Judith Burnside, Ian Clarkson, Benjamin Cochran, Madison Craigo, Jacquelyn Dambrosio, Veronica Depascuale and Saige Devlin. Not pictured is Lucas Zambori.


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