Thanks for Camp Freshman help
Camp Freshman was held at New Albany High School on July 31, 2012. This is an annual orientation event designed to help rising freshmen become familiar with the high school campus, teachers and administrators.
The day is made possible because of the generosity of many businesses and individuals in our community.
We would like to publicly thank the following businesses and individuals that donated financially to help make Camp Freshman 2012 possible.
Thanks to Creekmore Clinic, BNA Bank, and Bancorp South for serving as Camp Freshman t-shirt sponsors. Thanks to the following local area businesses for their contributions: Farm Bureau, Sims Management Systems, Stokes Supermarket, Creekmore Landscaping, Crossroads Rehabilitation, Five Star Realty, Chancery Clerk Annette Hickey, Mi Pueblo, and La Tapatia Restaurant.
We would also like to express thanks to all area businesses and individuals who were so kind and gracious to donate items for the goody bags that each freshman received during the event.
New Albany High School principal
Camp Freshman coordinator
New Albany High School faculty
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