Night students with perfect attendance for the recently-completed trimester at Tennessee College of Applied
Technology -- Shelbyville include (front row, from left) Jeremy Carter, Erik Acosta, Steven Dunham, Noah Gray, Josh
Martin, (back row) Keven Madewell, Hunter Sisk, Zach Ledford, Trenton Moore, Cody Gunn and Ronnie May.
Bryan Rogal was the winner
of the First Community
Bank Award for the recently-
at Tennessee College of
Applied Technology --
Night graduates from the most recent trimester at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology -- Shelbyville include
(front row, from left) Andrew Ratleph, industrial maintenance; Norma Santiago, administraive office technology; Marial
Campillo, administraive office technology; Anna Smith, administraive office technology; (back row) Brad Alderson,
industrial electricity; Eric Yarbrough, industrial maintenance; Daniel Rowland, industrial maintenance; Austin Shelton,
industrial maintenance; Bradley Grant, industrial maintenance; and Jathan Neal, industrial maintenance.
More night students with perfect attendance: (front row, from left) Miguel Molina, Bryon Rogal, Eli Basurto, Marcos
Majica, Sherry Blackwell, (back row) Andrew Ratleph, Lino Alvarez, Jerome Verge, Johan Ornelas, Maison Long and
The City of Shelbyville recognized employees reaching long-term
years of service at its annual employee recognition luncheon.
Recognized for 30 years of service was Eric McBee of the Public
Works department, center, who is seen here with Mayor Wallace
Cartwright, left, and City Manager Jay Johnson.
Recognized for 15 years of service were, from left, Brian Crews, Shelbyville Police Department; David Nichols,
Public Works; Francisco Vega, Public Works; Pridiliano Velasquez, Public Works; and Tony Williams, Public
Works. Not pictured: Blane Crump, Fire Department; Matt Hart, Fire Department; Eric Smith, Fire Department;
and Jimbo Wilson, Fire Department
Recognized for 10 years of service were, from left, Nicky Brannon, Public Works; Jeff Goodrich, Police
Department; and Jody Shelton, Police Department. Not pictured: Tim Dixon, Fire Department.
Recognized for 5 years of service were, from left, Cody Swift, Police
Department, and Susan Rollins, Shelbyville Recreation Center. Not pictured:
Wanda DeSplinter, Police Department, and Craig Tracy, Fire Department.
Santa recently paid a surprise visit to Lydia Darnell's class at Community Middle School, meeting Josie Chapman.
Santa recently paid a surprise visit to Lydia Darnell's class at Community Middle School. Bobbie Campbell
tells Santa what he wants for Christmas.
Community Middle School librarian Jennifer Bennett recently held a reading challenge with the students. During
the second quarter, students had to read a book "Talk It Up" to five other students and get them to read the book
as well. Students who met the challenge were rewarded with a trip to Shelbyville Bowling Lanes. Pictured are (sitting)
Macie Lemmons, Jireh Von Dran, Jennifer Bennett and Villamar Anica; (standing, first row) Alyssa Bingham,
Justin Wright, Chase Olson, Erica Morris, Lexi King, Kiley West, Shainna Griffin, Tori Martin and Hailey Farrar; and
(standing, second row) Kadin Johnson, Brayden Pearson, Trent Holt, Ethan Lohn, Yurleny Anica, A.J. Lamb, David
Perez and Dakota Hill.
Beth Ray's first grade class
at Cascade Elementary
chose to donate to a local
animal shelter in lieu of
exchanging school gifts this
Christmas. Front row (from
left): Madison Wireman and
Olivia Fletcher. Second row:
Bailey Hambrock, Taylor
Wilson, Claire Smithson,
Emma Pope and Autumn
Wolf. Back row: Leo
Anderson, Easton Bingham,
Braxtyn Burris, Wickey
Parker, Luke Robinson,
Trace Baker, Titus Schudar,
Parker Shipley, Riley Bishop
and Luke Brown. Not pictured:
Bradley Sorrells and