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43 new members inducted into National Junior Honor Society at NLMS


SYLACAUGA, Ala. – A formal ceremony was held at Nichols-Lawson Middle School (NLMS) as 43 new National Junior Honor Society members were made official Wednesday morning, March 30.

The new members join the 25 already in the honors organization, bringing the impressive total to 68.

The following eighth graders were inducted into the society:

Raelin Allen
Mariela Arevalo
William Corbitt
Randall Culver
James Fleaman
Evan Heartsill
Corey Malone
Madison McGilberry
Allison Odom
Jada Robinson

The list for the seventh graders is a bit more extensive, and it reads as follows:

Mia Arnold
Gavin Calhoun
Brayden Cooper
Landon Crocker
Heidi Gardner
Jada Harvell
Jaquline Harvell
Allasyn Hay
Catherine Henderson
Kendall Holcomb
Kennedy Hollinquest
Ella Catherine Holmes
Judson Howell
Hayden Hubbard
Carlie Kelly
Haigan Jane Machen
Arletthe Martinez
Maxwell Mohammad
Samih Mohammad
Elijah Morris
Miles Wilson Patterson
Leah Pruett
Alyssa Brooke Pruitt
Marlee Reeves
Avery Roberts
Sydney Grace Royster
Caroline Grace Smith
Jagger Thomas
Madison Vincent
Clayton Waites
Roslynn Lilyth Walters
Anslee Williamson
Kata Faith Wilson

The induction ceremony included the lighting of five candles which represent the five attributes of the National Junior Honor Society: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.

The new inductees join current members Kaylee Beatty, Hailey Cannon, Kailyn Cannon, Jackson Carter, Mia Rose Dennis, Maggie Belle Forbus, Highland Guinn, Marcellous Hall, Georgia Hamlet, Brookelyn Harris, Kacey House, Casey Malone, Emily McClellan, Zachary Nelson, Madelyn Pope, Madelyne Reeves, Sadie Reeves, Carleigh Rivers, Rowan Scripps, Anderson Shaw, Jordyn Thomas, Cayleigh Vick, Maggie Watkins, Tessa Watts, and Sage Wytch.

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