Lynchbburg Lions Club sponsors GOOD program


The Lynchburg Lions Club sponsored the GOOD (Going On Or Defeated) program again this year. It is presented by Ron Derry, a blind Lion. He challenges and motivates students to do their best in school and to overcome personal obstacles to achievement. He worked with all fifth graders at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School by conducting a general assembly and then doing demonstrations in their respective classrooms. Ten of the fifth graders were selected by their teachers to receive a special GOOD T-shirt in honor of their being the best of the classes in meeting the goals of the program. The shirts were presented at an honors award program at the school on May 23. The T-shirt winners are pictured, from left, Noah Bitzer, Makyla McPherson, Lilly Hatch, Miranda Smith, Landon Campbell, Cody Bell, Ava Doughman, J.J. Massy, Avery Wallace and Maddox Garrett.

The Lynchburg Lions Club sponsored the GOOD (Going On Or Defeated) program again this year. It is presented by Ron Derry, a blind Lion. He challenges and motivates students to do their best in school and to overcome personal obstacles to achievement. He worked with all fifth graders at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School by conducting a general assembly and then doing demonstrations in their respective classrooms. Ten of the fifth graders were selected by their teachers to receive a special GOOD T-shirt in honor of their being the best of the classes in meeting the goals of the program. The shirts were presented at an honors award program at the school on May 23. The T-shirt winners are pictured, from left, Noah Bitzer, Makyla McPherson, Lilly Hatch, Miranda Smith, Landon Campbell, Cody Bell, Ava Doughman, J.J. Massy, Avery Wallace and Maddox Garrett.


The Lynchburg Lions Club sponsored the GOOD (Going On Or Defeated) program again this year. It is presented by Ron Derry, a blind Lion. He challenges and motivates students to do their best in school and to overcome personal obstacles to achievement. He worked with all fifth graders at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School by conducting a general assembly and then doing demonstrations in their respective classrooms. Ten of the fifth graders were selected by their teachers to receive a special GOOD T-shirt in honor of their being the best of the classes in meeting the goals of the program. The shirts were presented at an honors award program at the school on May 23. The T-shirt winners are pictured, from left, Noah Bitzer, Makyla McPherson, Lilly Hatch, Miranda Smith, Landon Campbell, Cody Bell, Ava Doughman, J.J. Massy, Avery Wallace and Maddox Garrett.

The Lynchburg Lions Club sponsored the GOOD (Going On Or Defeated) program again this year. It is presented by Ron Derry, a blind Lion. He challenges and motivates students to do their best in school and to overcome personal obstacles to achievement. He worked with all fifth graders at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School by conducting a general assembly and then doing demonstrations in their respective classrooms. Ten of the fifth graders were selected by their teachers to receive a special GOOD T-shirt in honor of their being the best of the classes in meeting the goals of the program. The shirts were presented at an honors award program at the school on May 23. The T-shirt winners are pictured, from left, Noah Bitzer, Makyla McPherson, Lilly Hatch, Miranda Smith, Landon Campbell, Cody Bell, Ava Doughman, J.J. Massy, Avery Wallace and Maddox Garrett.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/05/web1_Good-pic.jpgThe Lynchburg Lions Club sponsored the GOOD (Going On Or Defeated) program again this year. It is presented by Ron Derry, a blind Lion. He challenges and motivates students to do their best in school and to overcome personal obstacles to achievement. He worked with all fifth graders at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary School by conducting a general assembly and then doing demonstrations in their respective classrooms. Ten of the fifth graders were selected by their teachers to receive a special GOOD T-shirt in honor of their being the best of the classes in meeting the goals of the program. The shirts were presented at an honors award program at the school on May 23. The T-shirt winners are pictured, from left, Noah Bitzer, Makyla McPherson, Lilly Hatch, Miranda Smith, Landon Campbell, Cody Bell, Ava Doughman, J.J. Massy, Avery Wallace and Maddox Garrett.