The girls tennis team beat Heritage yesterday 8-1. Winners were, in singles, #1 Kaitlyn Swan 8-0,
#2 Sarah Light 8-2, #3 Nah-tal-ee-yuh Care - ren - nin 8-2, #4 Lindsay Dunn 8-1, and
#5 Bailey Livingston 8-0. And in doubles, #1 Kaitlyn & Sarah won 8-5, #2 Nah-tal-ee-yuh & Lindsay
won 9-7, and #3 Bailey and Clara Say-dee-yo won 8-2. The Bees take on Rustburg today at home.
Brookville's Got Talent auditions will be held this Thursday from 3-5p.m. in the auditorium.
Please see Mrs. Emanuel in room 102 to sign-up.
DID YOU KNOW that YOUR USED SHOES can help keep a child off the street, help a mother provide a
meal for her family, or provide a means of transportation to a person in a third world country?
Central Virginia Regional Rescue and Funds2Orgs are trying to collect 2,500 pairs of gently
used shoes (all styles and sizes) that will then be distributed throughout various communities i
n third world countries.
Please join Key Club's efforts to help. Bring in your used shoes and drop them off in the large,
marked box in the front lobby, now through May 1st.
Staff and students: don't forget the Red Cross Club's next blood drive is Wednesday the 26th! Please see the table in the foyer before school or during lunch or Mrs. Cooter any time if you are interested in donating blood!
Juniors and Seniors- don't forget to sign up in the School Counseling Office today if you are interested in hearing more about the Sodexo Culinary Internship Program on April 21st at the tech center. Transportation will be provided to attend the information session. Don't miss it!