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of merit in and the Knights of Columbus citizenship award in Placed fourth in the women's m at the OUA championships in a time of medal at the Canadian junior track & field championships in Winnipeg. Each year on the first Tuesday of December Knights of. Columbus The councils can meet all Columbian Award re- quirements for December 31 Rizal Winnipeg To further track and document the involvement. 10/19/ AM | Baseball . before returning to Edmonton in , and then finishing his career with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Bruce Hamlin was an outstanding track and field performer at Southern Arkansas from , earning NAIA . He is also an active member of the Knights of Columbus.
High School inplaying football for four years, and as a senior, the Golden Tornado lost only one game to Louisiana powerhouse Monroe-Neville. Haynesville defeated Minden that year, which won the state championship of the second highest classification in Louisiana at the time.
Out of high school, he was offered a scholarship by then Northeast Louisiana Louisiana-Monroe to red-shirt, and was also approached later by Louisiana Tech.
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Football ran deep in the Camp family, with Jerry's older brother, Ivan, starting for four years at LSU as a center and linebacker, and his younger brother, Kenneth, was a two-year starter at cornerback and wide receiver for the Muleriders. After earning his degree from Southern Arkansas, Camp coached for two years in Camden, three years in Magnolia and five years at Springhill, La. He moved into education administration at Springhill inworking his way from assistant principal to principal.
In he moved across the state line to become principal at Taylor and was named superintendant inbefore retiring from Taylor in Camp now spends most of his time devoted to church work and on eight local golf courses.
The Camp's have two grandchildren.
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He was a member of two Mulerider AIC championship teams, andran on numerous AIC champion relay teams, and was the yard dash champion in both and As a freshman inHamlin was a member of the yard relay team that posted a time of In his sophomore season, the yard relay team clocked a time of 1: Hamlin and his teammates continued breaking records inas he anchored the mile relay that ran 3: Hamlin also ran a then school record In his senior season ofHamlin was a member of the AIC champion mile relay team that set a new AIC and school record with a time of 3: His personal best times over his career were 9.
After receiving his degree, Hamlin spent five years teaching and coaching in Vero Beach, Fla. He and his wife, Nell, have two children, a daughter, Megann, and son, Alex.
At Melbourne, her Lady Bearkatz basketball team won the state and overall championship in Immediately following her all-star performance, Wood met Riderette Coach Dr. Margaret Downing for the first time, who encouraged her to visit the SAU campus and program. She committed on that visit, with a bonus at the time being that Monroe Ingram, who was also from Izard County Calico Rockwas on the men's basketball staff.
The Riderettes were a combined over her four years, advancing to the region tournament each season, finishing third in both her sophomore season of when the team wentand her junior year of that finished Wood is a three-time member of the Point Club, averaging She currently ranks sixth on the all-time SAU career scoring list with 1, points in 91 games, averaging She led the team in both scoring and assists her final two seasons, and still holds the school record with assists in the season.
After receiving her B. Downing, acquiring her M.
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Wood credited the five years spent with Dr. Downing as very instrumental in her future coaching success. Wood returned to north Arkansas where she coached at Mountain Home High School, guiding her basketball teams to eight final fours, five state runner-up finishes, and one state championship.
During her tenure, her teams compiled an overall record of for a glittering. Wood retired from coaching in and moved to administration, assuming her current position of athletic director inand holds the distinction of being the only full-time female athletic director in the state. She has been at Mountain Home for 31 years. Janet is married to Lou Wood, and they have three children and four grandchildren, with another grandchild expected next month.
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He graduated from St. He works the morning drive-time shift on-air, plus sales and sports. Gregory began his play-by play career broadcasting Boys Club baseball games, and has done radio broadcasts of approximately 2, athletic events over his career.
He started as the play-by-play announcer for Mulerider basketball games with the season, has done Mulerider baseball games since and will be in his 22nd year, is in his 16th year of football after adding it inand will begin his eighth year of Lady Mulerider basketball after starting broadcasts of it in He also has been the voice of Magnolia High School basketball and football games for over 30 years.
He is also an active member of the Knights of Columbus. Gregory also maintains an active role in the community as a member of the Magnolia Rotary Club; is a long-time board member of the Columbia County Rural Development Authority for management of Lake Columbia, where he currently serves as chairman of the board; is a former coach at the Boys and Girls Club of Magnolia; serves as co-emcee of the annual Boys and Girls Club TV auction; and has served as the emcee of the annual Columbia County Fair queen contest for many years.
He passed away in late July Adcox arrived at Southern Arkansas in and served as assistant football coach for eight years before turning to teaching full-time following the season. He became chair of the Department of Health, Kinesiology and Recreation in before assuming the dual role as Director of Athletics from In the winter there are groomed snowmobile trails, ice skating, toboggan runs, ice fishing and ice fishing derbies. Pisew falls is viewable after taking a short 0.
Events[ edit ] Nickel Days is a large weekend festival held in June every year; the festival includes concerts, family games, a parade, and more. National Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations are held on June 21 each year. Winterfest is an annual multi-day celebration of northern culture and activities that is held in February. Sports[ edit ] Thompson is home to the Norman Northstars hockey team. Thompson's minor hockey teams are known as the King Miners.
Every year in April, students from the six elementary schools in grades compete in the Knights of Columbus Track Meet. Juniper School dominated KoC in the s, and Westwood School has had a winning streak during the s decade. There are five radio stations: Shaw Communications is the local cable television provider serving Thompson, and operates the local Shaw TV channel on cable channel Overview[ edit ] City of Thompson, looking West.
The Burntwood River is visible at the edge of town. The economy of Thompson is centered around nickel mining and providing goods and services to the surrounding communities in both Census Division No.
As is common in resource-based communities, Thompson has experienced above-average employment income and significant swings in mining-sector employment throughout its history.
The now decommissioned smelter and refinery is visible in the middle of the image. Vale Limited is the owner and operator of Thompson's mining operations, which involves the miningmillingand concentrating of nickel; the concentrated nickel slurry is then shipped for final processing to Vale Limited 's operations in Long Harbour and Sudbury.