Lauderdale County
Lauderdale County High Rogersville, AL
Roots Run Deep at LCHS
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Many Current Employees Also Former Students

Roots Run Deep at Lauderdale County High School

Many Current Employees Also Former Students

Lauderdale County High School celebrates its history. The oldest high school in the county, LCHS graduated its first class in 1913. Since the 2012-2013 school year marked the 100th anniversary of the first graduating class, staff members planned celebration activities for the entire school year. During Homecoming week, school employees who are also former LCHS students decked out in maroon and gathered for a group photo.

Pictured left to right

Front row: Sonja Pennington, Sandra Goode, Alana Mobley, Carla Clemons, Beth Clemmons, Marla Clemmons, Patricia Clemmons, Sheila Clemmons, Cherie Webster, Eric Cornelius

Second row: Robin Shelton, Lauren Shelton, Michael Williams, Zane Crumbley, Janice Ezell, Jessica Ritter, Lindsay Francis, Cathy Smith, Karen Brown, Vicky Nelson

Third row: Chastity Cosby, Shanna Smith, Rhonda Howard, Katie Manset, Buffy Wallen, Brenda Dison, Paula Jones, Catrina Smith, Jodi Cole

Fourth row: Chastity Cosby, Shanna Smith, Rhonda Howard, Katie Manset, Buffy Wallen, Brenda Dison, Paula Jones, Catrina Smith, Jodi Cole

Fifth row: Carole Newton, Kim Campbell, Betty Swan, Cheryl Thompson, Alana Springer, Kathy Ezell, Telaina Ellick, Melanie Collier, Patty Palmer, Alice Green

Sixth row: Bob Grisham, Whitney Owens, LouAnn Phillips, Chad Putman, Denise Ells, Jimmy Ritter, Brett Sinyard, Dana Grisham, Jeff Mason