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September 13, 2010

Cumberland County Board of Education approves 2010-2011 school year volunteers

At the August Cumberland County Board of Education meeting, volunteers were approved at various schools.

Members of the Fantastic Quilters of Fairfield Glade will be volunteering at CCHS, SMHS, Stone Elementary and Phoenix High School. These volunteers are Linda Cronwell, Bev Omerso, Anne Sharkey, Pam Mowicki, Charlotte Flowers, Barb Werling, Beth Jones, Ann Swan, Louise Chamberlain, Caralyn Morrow, Cass Lowery and Janice Cahill.

At Cumberland County High School, the volunteers are Louis Delorenzo, Angie Spitler, Jeane Swafford, Donna Eberhart, Tammy Reynolds, Connie Green, Wayne Rickman, Brian Ewing, Kandra Sola, Pamela Jo Tanner, Bonie Hardt, Nikie M. Farley, Angelique L. Harness, Donna Fay Parrott, Lynn Burgess, Andrea Foster, Tom Cravens, Melissa Kerley, Leila Nelson, Christie Gail Sapp, Darrell Green, Sonya Cannon, Teresa Owens, Sarah Faye Allred, Sherry Virginia Clark, Jason Tanner, Gerald Kutchey, Kim Kutchey, Chantilly Young, Anita Threet and Penny Phipps.

At South Cumberland Elementary School, the volunteers are Jeremy Jay Wood, Andrew Keith Brown, Chelsey Nicole Brown, Doug Loveday, Melissa Kerley and Jeanne Swafford.

At Homestead Elementary School, the volunteers are Tony Davis, Rusty Mellette, Patrick Sojka, Joanna Hooser, Lisa Sheffield, Emily Tanner, Wayne Gordon, Tina Lee, Lisa Hoyt, Tammy Ritcey, Tracy Pugh, Michelle Frazier, LeeAnne Kellum, Meredith Mullen, Jennifer Bennett, Melanie Shada, Melisa Copeland, Karen and Steve Grigsby, Erin Clymer, Emily Miller (C. Weaver), Rachel Smith, Kathryn Hicks, Martha James, Kate Monday, Melanie Anderson, Helene Carson, Steve and Tammy Cole, Damon Daigle, Kimberly Dixon, Tonica Fox, Sue Galan, Vivian Hutson, Patrica Janeway, Linda Lampman and Beckie London.

Also volunteering at Homestead Elementary School are Lesley Morgan, Rhonda Potter, Tracy Pugh, Starr Stone, Gail Thomas, Tonya Wyatt, Christy Cook, Sarah Gentry, Stephanie Scheffler, Nikki Tollett, Shannon West, Jennie Wright, Erin Beth Kerley, Beccy Lambert, Shana Poor, Carrie Allen, Bobbie Brown, Kimberly Dixon, Amy Houston, Emily Miller (B. Miller), Preston Hall, Lucy Renee Trejo, Shannon Sullivan, Miracle Hyder, Janna Farris and Sue Baird.

Martin Elementary School volunteers are Erica Adamski, Donna Ashburn, Heather Authier, Alice Barnes, Marie Bauer, James Bond, Maureen Borland, Stevi Bosserman, Amie Bowman, Barbara Breeding, David Brown, Jessica Burns, Tammy Carroll, Xin Chen, Sabrina Christopher, Amy Church, Sandra Clark, Brenda Cobb, John Cole, Melissa Cole, Teresa Cole, Farrah Coleman, Marie Colon, Angela Cook, Leslie Cooper, Paula Cornwell, Mary Corson, Pam Cox, Tara Cross, Lidia Del Cruz, Beth Davis, Mary Davis, Matt Davis, Scott Davis, Elizabeth Deliz, Sharon Demers, Lexy Denton, Charles Duncan, Krystle Erion, Melodie Falcone, Keri Farley, Steven Farley, Daisy Filler, Dannette Fletcher, Andrea Foster, Tammy Furrer, T.J. Garren, Gerald M. Geldersma, Karen Gibson, Sarah Herrich, Rosanna Hinds, Jennifer Holderman, Dannelle Hurt, Sue Hurt, Tanya Jackson, Casara Jenkins, Lori Jewell, Ashley Johnson, Heather Jolly, Tony Jolly, Tina Kessler, Deanie Kilby, Lonnie Kilby, Karen Lashlee, Genesis Lester, Elizabeth Lopez and Connie Marsh.

Also volunteering at Martin Elementary School are Sue Mathis, Ruth Maynard, Charlene McCormic, Shannon McGhee, Candy McNeeley, Valerie McQueen, Lynette Meaker, Amanda Miller, Lou Morrison, Heather Mullins, Ann Mutter, Vanessa Myers, Heather Neal, Tonya Nelson, Munni Patel, Laura Patton, Kimberly Pellett, Thomas Perry, Melanie Phillips, Jeffrey Phipps, Jennifer Pickel, Tiffany Read, Michelle Richardson, Charles Rose, Brandi Roysden, Lindsey Roysden, Melinda Russell, Carol Scavo, Scystal Schubert, Kim Scruggs, Della Selby, Bree Shaw, Tresha Sherrill, Bri-Anne Simpson, Renee Smith, Tammy Smith, Brittany Staehler, Lisa Stafford, Samantha Starr, Sarah Strong, Carol Tabor, Pamela Tanner, Mollie M. Taylor, Ben Tollett, Tammie Triplett, Jimmy Turner, Melissa Turner, Heather Tuttle, Mary Jo Van Winkle, Lisa A. Vaughn, Francisco Voltierra, Maria Velasquez, Alicia Vinson, Sharon Walker, Diane Whicher, Melissa Williams, Christy Wills, Shirley Wilson, Stephanie Woods, Michelle Anderson, Ashten Church, April Dixon, Nikie Farley, Sam Johns, Pinbi Patel, Kristin Walker, Connie Seiber and Teresa Smith.


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