susan bishop jadyn guinns grandma
Marion n.c. 28752
May 10, 2015
Entry ID: 2063743
|My son and my self were sent a form via text message from Jamie Harris Becot Jadyn Guinns mom she was married to nick Guinn he was a soldier. She said she needed 120.00 to sign jadyn up, Myself and son have been cut off from phone visits. this situation is so sad for us WE are good people, From Marion N.C.28752 It all stims from money, First one thing then another with her. All we want to know is when are the games so we can be a part of this. We love Jadyn so much and want to be a part of her life Jamie wants the stepdad to be the only dad she just wants my sons money. Im a sad grandmother. just wanting to be in Jadyns life. Wondering did she even make it.|
February 25, 2013
Entry ID: 2020951
|having trouble finding the junior varsity team list and stats|
August 9, 2011
Entry ID: 1904938
|what happy to coach charles's on the pony team|
|Kerri (Rawlings) Burtner|
August 3, 2011
Entry ID: 1903548
|Congratulations on a Junior Hub Football League! I wanted to share with you a neat tradition that our Little Eagles Football Program does in conjunction with our Somerset Eagles H.S. Football team.
Every year before the first home varsity football game of the season, the Little Eagles are recognized. First the flag teams are introduced one by one by sponsor name and the names of their coaches. Each flag team (grades 1-3) runs onto the field as their sponsor name is called. Then they introduce the tackle teams (grades 4-6) the same way - with the champion team from the previous season being called last. The cheerleaders run onto the field with their respective teams.
Once all the teams are on the field the announcer asks the crowd to cheer for the "Future of Somerset Eagle Football" and everyone goes crazy! (Western PA football fever is only outdone by that of Texas, I dare say.)
My favorite part is when the Little Eagles make their way to the endzone and form a chute for the varsity team to run through as they leave the field house and take to the turf for the first game of the season. With the little boys in their jerseys and jeans, and the little cheerleaders in their uniforms and pom-poms, it really is a site to see.
Although I now wear the orange & black of an Eagles fan, I am....
Always a Hub at heart,
Kerri (Rawlings) Burtner