All graduates have a story to tell, but Nate the Great’s story is an extra special one. Born with spina bifida and paralyzed from the chest down, Nate Stinehelfer took the stage Friday night at Houston County High School’s graduation ceremony in a wheelchair and a fighting spirit.
Noveline Sorrell will be playing the organ Easter Sunday at Sandy Valley Baptist Church even though she can’t read the music. Macular degeneration has taken most of her eyesight, but it hasn’t touch her spirit or her ability to create joyful sounds.
Jaime Kaplan is the alumni director at Stratford Academy, its legendary tennis coach, a world-class athlete who played at Wimbledon and a cancer survivor. Now she’s the grand marshal of the Cherry Blossom Festival parade.
Learn & Earn bicycle shop in Pleasant Hill teaches youngsters how to put bikes together and an even more important lessons — when you do for yourself, there’ll always be someone there to do what you need doing.
The annual Friends of the Library Old Book Sale causes Jennifer O’Kelley to reflect on her childhood when her father would take her to the sale and years later when she work at a retailer in the Westgate Mall where the book sale was held for years.
Stratford kindergarten students attended the wedding of the letters of "Q" and "U" last week. The girls dressed up as queens, and the boys were quarterbacks. They have been studying the alphabet all school year, and Q was the last letter in the unit. The Rev. Joe McDaniel, of Musella Baptist Church, officiated the wedding.
Ed GrisamoreSpecial to The Telegraph
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