Retired teachers host high school speakers


The Highland County Retired Teachers Association held its regular meeting May 7 at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center in Hillsboro. The program for the day included speeches by three of the top high school speakers in Highland County. Rachel Terry had previously won the Rotary Four Way Speech Test competition sponsored by the Hillsboro Rotary Club. She attends the Hillsboro Christian Academy and her topic dealt with the drug problems facing society. Alora Brown and Loraleigh Mayhan had previously won their respective divisions in the Highland County FFA prepared speech competition. Brown discussed animal agricultural issues and Mayhan discussed the use of GMO technology in crop production. The later two students are members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter and students at Hillsboro High School. Pictured, from left, are Brown, Tracy and Mayhan.

The Highland County Retired Teachers Association held its regular meeting May 7 at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center in Hillsboro. The program for the day included speeches by three of the top high school speakers in Highland County. Rachel Terry had previously won the Rotary Four Way Speech Test competition sponsored by the Hillsboro Rotary Club. She attends the Hillsboro Christian Academy and her topic dealt with the drug problems facing society. Alora Brown and Loraleigh Mayhan had previously won their respective divisions in the Highland County FFA prepared speech competition. Brown discussed animal agricultural issues and Mayhan discussed the use of GMO technology in crop production. The later two students are members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter and students at Hillsboro High School. Pictured, from left, are Brown, Tracy and Mayhan.


The Highland County Retired Teachers Association held its regular meeting May 7 at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center in Hillsboro. The program for the day included speeches by three of the top high school speakers in Highland County. Rachel Terry had previously won the Rotary Four Way Speech Test competition sponsored by the Hillsboro Rotary Club. She attends the Hillsboro Christian Academy and her topic dealt with the drug problems facing society. Alora Brown and Loraleigh Mayhan had previously won their respective divisions in the Highland County FFA prepared speech competition. Brown discussed animal agricultural issues and Mayhan discussed the use of GMO technology in crop production. The later two students are members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter and students at Hillsboro High School. Pictured, from left, are Brown, Tracy and Mayhan.

The Highland County Retired Teachers Association held its regular meeting May 7 at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center in Hillsboro. The program for the day included speeches by three of the top high school speakers in Highland County. Rachel Terry had previously won the Rotary Four Way Speech Test competition sponsored by the Hillsboro Rotary Club. She attends the Hillsboro Christian Academy and her topic dealt with the drug problems facing society. Alora Brown and Loraleigh Mayhan had previously won their respective divisions in the Highland County FFA prepared speech competition. Brown discussed animal agricultural issues and Mayhan discussed the use of GMO technology in crop production. The later two students are members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter and students at Hillsboro High School. Pictured, from left, are Brown, Tracy and Mayhan.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/05/web1_Retired-teachers-pic.jpgThe Highland County Retired Teachers Association held its regular meeting May 7 at the Highland County Senior Citizens Center in Hillsboro. The program for the day included speeches by three of the top high school speakers in Highland County. Rachel Terry had previously won the Rotary Four Way Speech Test competition sponsored by the Hillsboro Rotary Club. She attends the Hillsboro Christian Academy and her topic dealt with the drug problems facing society. Alora Brown and Loraleigh Mayhan had previously won their respective divisions in the Highland County FFA prepared speech competition. Brown discussed animal agricultural issues and Mayhan discussed the use of GMO technology in crop production. The later two students are members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter and students at Hillsboro High School. Pictured, from left, are Brown, Tracy and Mayhan.