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BMS celebrates being named an “A” school with day of fun

Blountstown Middle School students in grades 6th-8th and 9th graders from BHS were treated to a full day of activities and prizes for being an “A” school for the 2010-2011 school year. Students enjoyed inflatable obstacle courses and slides, flag football, volleyball, food, entertainment from BMS’ own Micah John Martin and his P.C.M.O.G. Drum Master’s drum line, a showcase and demonstration of Outlaw Racing and Race Cars from Altha, and hundreds of prizes that were given out throughout the day. One lucky student took home a new IPOD Touch and three students were drawn to win a pair of Costa Del Mar sunglasses. Coupons and gift cards from area restaurants, T-shirts, caps, jewelry, bags, candy, free haircuts, posters were just a few of the items that were given away during the celebration. Teachers and staff members from BMS donated a $10 gift to give away to students during the celebration and collected gifts from businesses and members of the community. BMS would like to thank Blountstown Police Department, the City of Blountstown, Adams Funeral Home, Micah John Martin and PCMOG, Outlaw Racing, Terry Blair, Calhoun/Liberty Health Department/SWAT and Ramsey Piggly Wiggly for their time and donations that made the “A” celebration possible. BMS would also like to thank the area businesses and community members who so graciously donated items to give away during the drawings throughout the celebration: Blountstown Drugs, Golden’s Pharmacy, Big Bend Sporting Goods, The Diamond Corner, Advanced Auto Parts, Main Street Restaurant, Rapunzel’s, Ja-Makin-Me-Tan, Subway, Star Struck Movie Rentals, Rianna Michele Photos, Big River Sports, The Unusuals, Angel Spurling Beauty Control, Tommy McClellan, Danny Ryals, Danny Hassig, and Diane Long. Because of their generous contributions and donations the BMS “A” Celebration was a huge success.

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