Murrell participates in Kentucky Changers!
Kenzie Murrell, a junior at Campbellsville High School, participated in a week long service project with the Kentucky Changers Organization. During her stay in July, she made repairs to homes of the elderly and disabled residents in Madison County. She repaired roofs and completed basic home repairs during the project. This annual trip is sponsored by the Kentucky Baptist Association which focused on serving the Richmond, KY area this Summer.
CHS Freshman Alex Doss advances to Regional Finals in the National Drive, Putt and Chip Competition!
Alex will compete Sunday, September 14th at Tiffany Greens Country Club in Kansas City. He finished 2nd at the sub regional qualifier at the Brickyard Golf Course in Indianapolis to advance to the regional competition. Each golfer will have 3 putts, 3 chips, and 3 drives and the winner will compete in the finals in April in Augusta, Georgia.
Coppocks Ticket Sales
This weekend will be a great opportunity to sell chances on our Coppocks fundraiser. CMS has taken the early lead in our school challenge but CES is not far behind. Lets continue with our efforts on this fundraiser and help put more technology into our classrooms.
Sports updates from this week:
CMS football defeated Green County Tuesday night in their home conference opener.
CHS Volleyball got their first wins of the season with JV and Varsity victories over Hart County Tuesday night.
CMS Lady Eagle Basketball got a 6th grade win Tuesday over Casey County and 7th and 8th grade wins over Larue County on Thursday night.
Don’t forget the CHS Eagle football team hosts Russell County tonight at 7:30.