The Tattnall Shrine Club in Glennville was the meeting place for the graduating high-school seniors from surrounding counties and neighboring states April 4.
The Senior Culmination Committee’s 2015 celebration was the most-attended in its history. Honorees, their parents and well-wishers came together for the record-setting occasion.
Music was provided by keyboardist the Rev. Dr. Terrell “Eddie” Ball and saxophonist Stanley Anderson. Jo Ann Anderson was mistress of ceremony for the evening’s program.
Each senior in attendance then took their turn at the microphone and told of their dreams and aspirations and identified their parents and school affiliation. Because of their numbers, this was accomplished in stages
The crowd then was treated to a meal prepared by Gloria Knight and her colleagues.
Dr. Valya Lee, superintendent of Liberty County School System, was the keynote speaker. Lee reminded each student that their life was their book to write and no one else. They were told that failure did not mean final. They should take the example of Thomas Edison and try, try, try until they are successful at whatever they want.