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i # ~ii The Clarendon Enterprise June 1, 2017 with every new or renewed subscription! may occur 30 to 60 years after ex- posure to asbestos. Many work- ers were exposed from the 1940s through the 1970s. Industrial and construction workers, along with their families (second hand expo- sure) are among those at risk for mesothelioma, lung cancer or gas- tro cancer (throat, stomach, colon). Call us for professional insight. EXPERIENCE COUNTS Lawyers with more than l OO years combined expertise. Ryan A. Krebs, M.D., J.D. Doctor-Lawyer in Full-time Law Practice RichardA. Dodd, LC. Ttmothy IL Cappolino, EC. Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Law and Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization NO FEE FOR FIRST VISIT OFFICES IN HOUSTON/CONROE, TEMPLE AND AUSTIN, PRINCIPAL OFFICE IN CAMERON www.Asbestos Top Ten The following Clarendon Junior High studetns received the Principal Awards for beingthe Top 10% in their class: Johnson, Laney Gates, Cate Word, Britton Cottrell, Jace Cottrell, Natalie Monds, Kaylee Bruce, Sophia Bilbrey. Josiah Howard, Jordan COURTESY PHOTO / LISA GRAHN June 3, 2017 9 am-2 pm 2 pm McKinney Performing Arts Center, 111 N Tennessee St., McKinney Local seniors earn 613 dual credit hours from CC Continued from page one. Cire Jaurequi received the Scholarship for $2,000 to Clarendon Walter B. Knorpp Salutatorian College. Johnson & Wells Univer- Scholarship to Clarendon College sity offered Aubryanna an award of which pays any unpaid portion of $65,000, and she also was offered books, tuition and fees and is valued a scholarship from Mary Hardin up to $4,000. She has also received Baylor for $37,000. $500 from the Lions Club and the Brooke Smith has received a Terry Scholarship to the University $500 Lions Club Scholarship and of North Texas for an estimated four- the $10,000 Donald R. Smith Schol- year value of $80,000. arship. Clay Koetting received a PEAK Students may not use all of the Scholarship for $2,000 and a $500 scholarships they have been awarded Masonic Lodge #700 to Clarendon due to their choice in schools. College. Local graduates were also rec- Chance Lockhart has received ognized by Clarendon College this three yearly scholarships to the year with honor cords for seniors University of Dallas. The Provost who have completed dual credit Scholarship for $22,000; the UD classes while in high school. Green Leadership Grant for $8500; and the and gold honor cords to signify that Texas Equalizer Grant for $3500. they have completed 20 or more That makes a four-year total of hours, and green and white honor $136,000. Chance's also received cords to signify they have earned the Thomas Lynch (Jack) Roach, IV between three and 19 hours of col- JANET BiLYEU, RN, FNP-C RANDY STEWARTt M,D. 201 PARKS STREET, CLAUDE, TX 79019 TELEPHONE: (806) 226-5611o FAX: (806) 226-6703 CMEDICAL@AMAONLINE.COM HOURS: MON.- THURS. 8:30- 4:30 FR1. 8:30-12:00 P.M. APPOINTMENTS ENCOURAGED Accepting New Patients, Medicare & Most Insurances Accpected "Let Us Take Care Of All Your Family's Health Care Needs" .Go Out to the Ball Game! J L i A "Sense"ationall Baseball Game! foul line Memorial scholarship for $500 per lege credit. ~ infield semester for two years or $2,000 Donley County seniors in the first base . AubrvannaPowell was awarded Class of 2017 have earned a com- Clarendon Junior High students Aaron Roys and Malerie Simpson Ditcher's mound A,,ol ,..=A;, I. ..... were the recipients of the Citizenship Award from Clarendon Book i~]gn~ohtto~attf~t~~'t~teaugrp40~s'l~teat Ballebalsin h m='rqm.= m the Betsy Ellerbrook Mem.................................... [3to--'t0firstba.w.~'-'J _.~-D'"--ina-ame =eSalll~rk O ........ *'= i]]i ...................... C l u b = 4: out i~ left ~ du~'~nn~_~1, ' coU~pera~e wiih others A & N ...... cno,arsmp ,or 3ou, ana a tAarenaon ouege. COURTESYPHOTO/USAGRAH i~]plbaatY lballeS/" ~EimhelPOrne(~tesolym .... 'ba~denba~ C H~!dM~ustardle'~mbalanyclne? ~ JL JL. ' ' - // Let's, ? G )Out to the, Ball Game! 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