Ad-Express and Daily Iowegian, Centerville, IA


May 26, 2011

Moravia gets ready for graduation ceremony

MORAVIA — There is a lot of news coming from the Moravia School. First off is The 2011 Moravia Prom King and Queen was named during promenade on April 30. Bracken Smith was named King and Jenna Weidman was named Queen.

The Moravia High School Choir and Band participated in the IHSMA large group contest on May 6. Both band and choir performed a choice of three songs for a panel of judges to receive ratings. At this time no ratings are available.

The Moravia Mohawk Lady golf team recently won their first ever team victory when they defeated Wayne of Corydon. The Moravia track teams — both the junior and senior high — are also doing well, with some of the high school making their way to state and the junior high team also doing extremely well.

Recently the Easter Bunny visited the Moravia Square and those winning the "golden eggs" were: Chad Stice, Makayla Snow, Meagan Hamm and Colton Smith.

A reminder that the Fifth Annual Mohawk Golf Classic will be held on Saturday, July 16. The proceeds from this year’s tournament will be updating student computers in grades 7-12 at the Moravia Community Schools. Individual entry fees are $87.50 and team fees are $350. If you have any questions, contact Chad at (641) 895-2494.

As I write this, my son and the rest of the Moravia High School senior class are in Kentucky, headed to the Smokey Mountains in Tennessee for their senior trip. The 2011 Moravia senior class will be graduating from Moravia High School next Sunday, May 22 at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend the graduation ceremony which will be held at the Moravia High School gym.

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