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LHS Tennessee Scholars

The Tennessee Scholars Ceremonies began this morning at Lebanon High School. Tennessee Scholars, which was started in 2005, is a joint effort by the Chamber of Commerce and the business community of Wilson County, aimed to encourage Wilson County students to take more rigorous courses of study during their years in school.
This year, there was a total of 305 graduates amongst the 7 high schools, Friendship Christian School, Heritage Christian Academy, Lebanon High School, Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, Mt. Juliet High School, Watertown High School, and Wilson Central High School.
The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Genesco for their continued sponsorship for the Chamber’s education programs, our Education Division, city & county Mayors and all School Principals for the roles that they played in such supporting education.
Pictured are Lebanon Wilson County Chamber Chairman of the Board Curt Baker, President & CEO Melanie Minter, Chair Elect & Education Division Vice Chairman Wes Dugan, and Vice President Membership & Finance, Andrea Wilke.

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