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GMS Junior Honor Society benefits local charity and school staff

 

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Talented: Eddie George earned second place at the GMS talent show for performance on his Native American flute.

Goldendale Middle School students hosted their annual National Junior Honor Society benefit dinner on Feb. 28, at the GMS cafeteria. The purpose of the dinner was to raise money for charity for patients at the Celilo Cancer Center, part of Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles. The benefit was held in honor of Goldendale School District Employees Darcie Reed and Lynn Halm, and former teacher Beverly Linde.

Entertainment during the dinner was provided by GMS students as part of the 2013 Talent Show directed by teachers Tamara Johnson and Sherelle Wanderscheid. The first place act of the talent show was Zoey Moeller with her vocal number “Turning Tables”. “I have never done any...



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