Lindley wins float award







Rhonda Lindley (center), seventh-, eighth-, and ninth-grade science teacher at Southeastern School is presented the award for best float at the 2010 Veterans Day parade in Oneonta. Lindley and her students created a float showing an Apache helicopter for last year’s event. (From left) Donnie Jackson, commander of American Legion Post 72, and Robert L. Venable, representing the Marine Corps League and Operation Grateful Heart, present the award. This year Lindley and her students will work on a float showing the Navy emblem, featuring an anchor, gun, eagle, Neptune’s trident, and silhouettes of a battleship and submarine. The float is dedicated to Charles Weldon, Southeastern custodian, now retired from the U.S. Navy. The Veterans Day Parade is this Saturday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. Can’t wait. – Ron Gholson

Rhonda Lindley (center), seventh-, eighth-, and ninth-grade science teacher at Southeastern School is presented the award for best float at the 2010 Veterans Day parade in Oneonta. Lindley and her students created a float showing an Apache helicopter for last year’s event. (From left) Donnie Jackson, commander of American Legion Post 72, and Robert L. Venable, representing the Marine Corps League and Operation Grateful Heart, present the award. This year Lindley and her students will work on a float showing the Navy emblem, featuring an anchor, gun, eagle, Neptune’s trident, and silhouettes of a battleship and submarine. The float is dedicated to Charles Weldon, Southeastern custodian, now retired from the U.S. Navy. The Veterans Day Parade is this Saturday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. Can’t wait. – Ron Gholson