DEA receives yearbooks

by | September 30, 2010 12:00 am

The David Emanuel Academy yearbook staff unveiled the 2010 DEA Aftermath at a ceremony on Friday, Sept. 24 in the school cafeteria.  The program began with a reading of this year’s dedication to Haleigh Marie Hudson, DEA sophomore student who passed away tragically earlier this year. After Haleigh’s yearbook was given to her parents, Scotty and Debbie Hudson, yearbooks were distributed to the high school students. 

This set of yearbooks represents the second printing of the books. The first set was lost in the fire that gutted the school’s historic high school building. The DEA family is indebted to the Herff Jones Company, and especially the timeless efforts of Anna Gambrell, Herff Jones’ representative and DEA graduate, for securing this second printing of yearbooks completely free of charge.

Pictured are Hayward Johnson, class of 2011; Brittany McNure, class of 2010; Miles Patterson, class of 2010; Baba Gana, class of 2011; Anna Gambrell, class of 2002; Nikki Dye, class of 2011; Paige Johnson, class of 2010, and Lauren Bridgers, class of 2011.

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