Although a date hasn’t been set yet, East Marion High School plans to honor its award-winning student athletes soon with custom trophies and plaques. The school will have its senior celebration Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
While ultimately the physical component of COVID-19 has rightfully been the primary focus as millions around the world have suffered from the disease, the mental aspect of either having it or coming into contact with it hasn’t been talked about nearly as much.
Custom Trophy & Engraving in Foxworth crafted unique plaques to honor award winners in the Marion County School District. At left, the Eagle Blood Award for an East Marion High School student athlete (Lia Smith) honors the late Chester Daniels, who was revered by many in the East Marion family.
While the season was pushed back a couple of months because of the coronavirus pandemic, Dean Griner is planning to begin playing games June 1. It will certainly look a little bit different with guidelines in place to limit players being grouped together in dugouts or huddles.
After months of being couped up inside because of the coronavirus pandemic, more and more children are starting to play in the parks again. At left, Brooklyn Agoglia and, at right, Reagan Matis play at Friendship Park Tuesday.