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Two seniors chosen as commencement speakers

Two Pulaski County High School seniors were chosen by their peers and school faculty to serve as speakers during the 2009 commencement ceremony.
The two speakers selected were Emily Marie Landreth and Hannah Danielle Davidson.
Landreth was selected as the Most Valuable Cougar by her classmates and the faculty at PCHS this past fall.
She has been described as a "dedicated, focused, exceptional student who is supportive of her peers and community."
She has been an active member of the PCHS theater arts program, was the recipient of the I Dare You Youth Leadership Award, is active in her church and is the current SCA president.
In the fall she plans to attend Liberty University and major in education.
She is the daughter of Rodney Landreth and Angie McCrary and has two sisters, Maizy Landreth and Molly Buchanan.
Davidson first qualified for this honor by attaining a GPA of 4.0 or higher, and was selected from a similar group of applicants by a committee comprised of the seniors graduating with "highest honors" and specified faculty representatives.
She is a four year member of the Lady Cougar basketball team, varsity volleyball team and varsity softball team. She participates in various clubs and community organizations, is a member of the National Honor Society, was a 2008 graduation marshall and was a 2008 attendee to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Summer Prospective Cadet Program.
In the fall she will attend Roanoke College where she will be a pre-med student with the ultimate goal of becoming a physician.
She is the daughter of Chele Davidson and Mike Davidson.
The 2009 commencement ceremony is scheduled for Friday, June 12 at 8 p.m. at Kenneth J. Dobson stadium.

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Two seniors chosen as commencement speakers

Two Pulaski County High School seniors were chosen by their peers and school faculty to serve as speakers during the 2009 commencement ceremony.
The two speakers selected were Emily Marie Landreth and Hannah Danielle Davidson.
Landreth was selected as the Most Valuable Cougar by her classmates and the faculty at PCHS this past fall.
She has been described as a "dedicated, focused, exceptional student who is supportive of her peers and community."
She has been an active member of the PCHS theater arts program, was the recipient of the I Dare You Youth Leadership Award, is active in her church and is the current SCA president.
In the fall she plans to attend Liberty University and major in education.
She is the daughter of Rodney Landreth and Angie McCrary and has two sisters, Maizy Landreth and Molly Buchanan.
Davidson first qualified for this honor by attaining a GPA of 4.0 or higher, and was selected from a similar group of applicants by a committee comprised of the seniors graduating with "highest honors" and specified faculty representatives.
She is a four year member of the Lady Cougar basketball team, varsity volleyball team and varsity softball team. She participates in various clubs and community organizations, is a member of the National Honor Society, was a 2008 graduation marshall and was a 2008 attendee to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Summer Prospective Cadet Program.
In the fall she will attend Roanoke College where she will be a pre-med student with the ultimate goal of becoming a physician.
She is the daughter of Chele Davidson and Mike Davidson.
The 2009 commencement ceremony is scheduled for Friday, June 12 at 8 p.m. at Kenneth J. Dobson stadium.

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