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Veterans Honored at Annual TK and Community Event

Bob Buys, a U.S. Navy veteran, said he was "humbled and honored" to be named the Middleville Veteran of the Year and he thanked the Middleville and Thornapple Kellogg School community for honoring veterans. "I'm proud to be a veteran and I'm proud of the Middleville and TK community for being patriotic and paying respect. This community just gets it," he said.
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TKHS Students Inducted into National Honor Society

Thornapple Kellogg High School Elizabeth Thurber Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed 66 new inductees Monday night. Of the members inducted, 53 are members of the junior class and 13 are seniors. The additional members brings the chapter to a total of 126 members.
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TKHS October Students of the Month Honored

The TKHS October students of the month were recently honored. Pictured in front from left are seniors Lauryn Abbott, Georgia Kaboos, Alexander Miller, Shylin Robirds, Cole Risner, Jack Schneider, Dominik Strak, Brad Syers (second row) juniors Emma Bainbridge, Carmen Beemer, Genesis Bowers, Savannah Bronkema, Katrina Chapman, Josiah Ray, Corrin Replogle, Thomas Solomon, Anna Timm, Andrew Tuokkola, Claudia Wilkinson (third row) sophomores Brett Caswell, Claire Sierawski (back row) freshmen Nicholas Barton, Sophia Beckering, Aislynn Bierenga, Michael Blair, Mitchell Corner, Eli Fliearman, Jennifer Logan, Grace McNabnay and Collin Wright. Not available for the photo were junior Charles VanDemark, sophomore Larissa Robinson, and freshman Tilona Haskin.
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Freshman's Paper Selected Best in Her Grade

Sierra Tamez thought her 100-word memoir was good but she didn't realize how good until recently. The Thornapple Kellogg High School freshman's writing was selected from all ninth-grade English classes as the best paper in a writing contest.
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TK Students Show They Care

Just two days after students were reminded at the 9-11 ceremony about the value of service to others, a group of high school students took part in the United Way Day of Caring. Scattered throughout the village of Middleville, TKHS Student Council members pulled weeds and cleared landscaping beds in the village. They transplanted bushes, swept away dirt and debris and put a polished look on the downtown area.
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