Not Pictured | Hudson Cargile - Senatobia High School | Peyton Rippee - Senatobia High School
Peyton Claire McClure is the daughter of Doug and Jill McClure. She is sister to Paige Nickens (Garrett) and Micah McClure. She is the granddaughter of Melvin and Mary Claire McClure and Dennis and Stephanie Shackleford. Peyton is graduating as the Salutatorian of the class of 2020 from Senatobia High School. She has been an active member and captain of the Warrior cross country team, volleyball team, cheer team, soccer team and track team as well as an active member of the warrior marching band and color guard through out high school. She has held many offices in student government as well as in the Interact Club and National Honor Society. Peyton plans to attend Northwest Mississippi Community College and Delta State University where she will major in nursing. Her plans are to become a pediatric nurse.
Lyndon Mitchell Clark is the son of Jerry and Ellen Clark and the grandson of Nelle Parks and the late Ralph Parks, Dale and Kathryn Clark, will be graduating from Senatobia High School. Mitch has been involved with the band program and has attended several honor band clinics. He completed the automotive program at the Senatobia-Tate Career Technical Center and is currently working at Silver Star Imports as a Mercedes Mechanic. Mitch enjoys riding four wheelers and playing video games in his free time. Mitch is planning to expand his automotive knowledge and skills after graduation.
Matthew Chase Reeves| Graduate of Independence High School
Wildcats Band since 7th grade playing the trumpet and marching. Performed at the University of Mississippi Mid-South Honor Band Honors Choir 2 years and preformed at the Delta State Honor Choir Festival High School Theater Arts 3 years performing in numerous productions. He loves to play his guitar and playing praise music with the church. He has served with the Senatobia First United Methodist Church and the Greenleaf United Methodist Church helping to lead worship music for Sunday services and Youth Services. He serves as a Volunteer Fire Fighter with the Greenleaf Volunteer Fire Department. He will be attending Northwest MS Community College in the Fall to pursue a career as a Paramedic and will continue with the MS Fire Academy. He has received and accepted a NWCC Band Scholarship, Choir Scholarship, the Presidential Scholarship, and the Sycamore Arts Scholarship.
We are a congregation who seeks to focus on Christ. God, through Christ, is love. We have faith that if we lift Christ up, He will draw people unto himself. We hope through worship, discipleship, relationships, and fellowship that we are faithful in pointing others to Christ.
And I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all people to myself."