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MJCA Principal's List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Principal’s List

1st Grade: Emma Ashley, Addyson Caldwell, Luca Christensen, Linley Frazier, Sam Kimbrough, Addison Lanier, Cole Martin, Kinsley Coleman, Tanner Hedgepath, Luke Irby, Sarah Little, Annalise Mecklenburg, Lucas Otto, Shaan Patel, Anna Claire Strong, Colt Taylor, Luke Taylor, Abigail Whicker.

2nd Grade: Emily Best, Elizabeth Corbin, Chiemelie Ezeoke, Drake George, Maverick Harris, Wesley Johnson, Katie Newton, Sydney Pinto, Ava Presley, Neve Scalf, Savanna Armstrong, Maddie Arostegui, Joshua Cantrell, Mattie LaFaye, Alyssa McCorkle, Bell Nokes, Nathan Semmes, Anna Sullivan.

3rd Grade: Blake Cummings, Lauren Kleeberg, Nicholas Lee, Jeanne Olivier, Sajal Usry, Meredith Woolson, Grace Wood, Tanner Jennings, Shawn Link, Bethany Little, Alisyn Parfait, Logan Swaney, Christian Taylor.

4th Grade: Levi Irby, Ethan Olivier, Samantha Pinto, Brandon Stonebraker, Troy Frazier, Caroline Henderson, Aydin Patel, Jessica Whicker, George Wilson.

5th Grade: Mallie Foutch, Luke Nave, Savannah Moore, Gracie Parham.

Honor Roll

1st Grade: Preston Elliott, Blake Walker.

2nd Grade: Lily Witkus, Kail Burroughs, Ivan Kelso.

3rd Grade: Brad Cullen, Hanna Hale, J.D. Moore, Sullivan Swords, Kyle Stewart, Trey Adcock, Emily Davis, Layla Davis, Jack Pyburn, Kaleb Reed, Cooper Shotts.

4th Grade: Kael Adams, Eli Burgess, Chioma Ezeoke, Ethan Howe, Felicity Keen, Grace Kimbrough,  Grant Larsen, Madeline Morris, Connor Vogel,Tyler Barnes, Faith Brown, Jenna Dunnewold, Khol Hedgepath, Owen Kelso, Stephen McMillian.

5th Grade: Savannah Brewer, Brooke Harman, Bethany Lyons, Jacob McNutt, Abby Risher, Jacob Snider, Jaxon York, Mathew Cook, Trendan Griffin, Amelia Lyons, Preston Olivier, Madaleine Reagan, Jordan Willis.

2014 Wounded Warriors High Five Tour to stop at Two Rivers Ford
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The 2014 Wounded Warriors High Five Tour will roll through Nashville Friday June 13 from 5-7 p.m. and will stop at Two Rivers Ford in Mt. Juliet. 

The tour’s ride of choice, a customized Stars and Stripes-wrapped 2014 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, will be stopping at Two Rivers Ford (, where supporters can sign the car with a message of gratitude and contribute to the cause of building two “smart homes” for two U.S. military veterans and their families. 

The mission of Wounded Warriors Family Support and their High Five Tour is to raise the funds necessary to build to “smart homes” that will greatly improve the lives of Staff Sergeant Jason Ross (USMC) and Captain Anthony Simone (USAF), both veterans of Afghanistan, as well as their respective families. Ross lost both of his legs in March 2011, while Simone suffered severe head trauma and burns after his helicopter was shot down in June 2010.

Ross currently lives with his wife, Corporal Bridgette Ross (USMC), and their two daughters in San Diego, Calif. Simone lives in Joliet, Illinois, with his wife Andrea and their two children.

These “smart homes” offer a number of features—including home security, HVAC, and accessibility and mobility devices—all designed to improve the vets’ everyday quality of life and instill in them a renewed sense of independence. The goal of this year’s Wounded Warrior High Five Tour is to raise $1,000,000 to make Staff Sergeant Ross and Captain Simone’s dreams a reality, and the contributions of the public will be vital in reaching this goal. 100 percent of every contribution will go toward construction.

“This will be the High Five tour’s 3rd stop here at the dealership, and the feeling of pride we have each time it rolls on the lot never ceases to amaze me,” said Joel Hawley, Two Rivers Ford. “We are very proud and at the same time humbled to be chosen to be part of such a great event.”

During the 2014 Wounded Warriors High Five Tour, the custom 2014 Mustang Shelby GT500 will visit more than 65 cities in 48 states, covering more than 27,000 miles of road. 

More information on the 2014 Wounded Warriors High Five Tour can be found at 

Two Rivers Ford is located at 76 Belinda Parkway Mount Juliett, TN, 37122.

MJ girl fighting life-threatening disease
Tuesday, May 27, 2014

When a loved one and their family are fighting a serious illness, you surround that family with all your love and support.  That is exactly what is happening with the Kelley family.

Paisley Kelley, a ten-year-old girl, is fighting Niemann-Pick –a genetic life-threatening disease that affects the liver and leaves her in constant pain.  There is no known cure for the disease but symptoms can be treated with medication. The Kelley family is waiting for a FDA approval on a treatment, which is not covered by insurance.

Family and friends of the Kelley family are selling bracelets as a fundraiser to support Paisley, her family, and to aid in finding a cure for Niemann-Pick.  The cost for the bracelets are 1/$10, 5/$40, 10/$60, and 20/$100.  All who donate by purchasing one or more bracelets will be entered to win a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  This custom-made bike is signed by some of the biggest names in Country music – such as  - Florida Georgia Line, Rascal Flatts, Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, and George Strait.  The helmet has been signed by artists also.  This one-of-a-kind Harley-Davidson will be on display at the Hog Rally May 31 in Cookeville and at The Listening Room June 17 in Downtown Nashville.  The drawing for this custom-made Harley-Davidson will be Nov. 8.

To purchase bracelets or for more information you may visit the showings of the Harley-Davidson or by visiting the website at

Donations may be made at any SunTrust branch under the trust fund in Paisley Kelley’s name.

Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep submits plans
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Premier Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep submitted plans to the city of Mt. Juliet last week for a new location in Paddocks. 

Primrose School, new neighborhood approved by planning commission
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

The Planning Commission moved forward with a new Preschool and a new neighborhood off Beckwith Road in their monthly meeting Thursday. 

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