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CHS seeks Wall of Fame nominations
Clinton High School is seeking honorees for its Wall of Fame, and there is a Sept. 10 deadline for nominations.

Established in 2004 to celebrate the 100th birthday of Clinton High School, the Wall of Fame is designed to recognize alumni, living or deceased, for extraordinary or lifelong achievements in their field of endeavor through service and leadership, said Principal Eric Snider. The 2009 inductees included Gene Owens (Class of 1965), the Rev. Terry Moore (1971), and State Representative Jim Hackworth (1969).

Nominations can be made by anyone except the nominee, Snider said, adding that the candidate must have graduated from Clinton High School at least 10 years prior to being nominated and be of good character and reputation. Honorary citations can be given to a person who is not a graduate of Clinton High School but who has made an outstanding contribution to the school.

The nominees will be inducted into the Wall of Fame at the 2010 Homecoming on Oct. 1.

The nominees will ride in the Homecoming Parade and be presented on the football field as part of the Homecoming festivities. Inductees will receive individual plaques and have their names engraved on the perpetual plaque which is displayed at the main entrance of the school lobby.

Nomination forms are available at the Clinton High School office and online at http://www.chs.acs.ac.



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