Sunday, May 20, 2018
The 2018 version of the Relay for Life was held in Heritage Park this weekend, and the Hoover Middle Marching Band kicked off the event in a rousing fashion.
The event is held each summer around Coan Lake, starting on Saturday morning and running through the night before ending on Sunday morning. U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell was a featured speaker and City Council Pro Tem Tim Woolley gave some wonderful opening remarks directly from the heart.
Thousands annually participate in the event, which raises money for the American Cancer Association.
Blair Moody Elementary School students and staff partnered with U.S. Postal Workers and Gleaners Food Bank to kick off the 26th Annual Letter Carriers Food Drive.
Moody students collected over 50 full bags of food. Students sang two songs and read inspirational messages at the kick off event.
Special thank you to Sandy Lammel for including the school in this leadership opportunity.
Thank you to Channel 7 Keenan Smith for time spent hanging out with students.
What a great week spent at Camp Michindoh!
Blair Moody Elementary School fifth graders had a wonderful week experiencing outdoor education lessons, team building and many new challenges & adventures.
Shout out to Moody teachers who wrote each student a card of encouragement, which they received at camp.
Sitting on 250 beautiful acres of rolling hills, wetlands, streams, and a private spring fed lake in Hillsdale, Michindoh's property provides an ideal setting. Numerous recreational options including a multi-court indoor gym, a 320-foot waterslide, boating, paintball, high ropes course, fishing and swimming.
The City of Taylor, Taylor Public Schools and Beaumont Health have partnered to promote active living and healthy eating for the City of Taylor. Our Mission is to create a safe and healthy Taylor through health promotion, education, collaboration and advocacy.
The Hoover Concert Band performed for The City of Taylor Armed Forces Remembrance Day Ceremony on May 12, and while Talking Taylor School published plenty of photos, here’s one we missed, courtesy of Taylor Schools’ employee and City Councilwoman Carolin Patts. She caught trumpet player Yahir Balderas, who played taps after the Wreath Laying Ceremony, with Hoover Middle School band director Jim Bergler.
All-new Taylor High School apparel items are currently available online!
The apparel focuses on the new Taylor Griffins’ theme, along with the Jet black and Vegas gold colors.
Tees (short and long sleeve), pullover hooded sweatshirts, Dri-FIT polos, and much more is available in men’s, women’s and youth sizes and all types of designs.
The online store closes June 1, so order today. Items will be delivered to Truman High School on June 12.
The third annual Kinyon Elementary School Color Run was a huge success. An amazing turn out of almost 175 participated! And a super duper thank you to Mrs. Thomas for organizing the event!