| HBA announces officers
The Hilltop Business Association has announced its officers for 2008. Pictured in the first row, from leftto right are: president Jerry Freeman, first vice president Tara Cox, second vice president Dave Miller, secretary Judy Andrews, and treasurer Phyllis Couts; The second row is made up of the board of trustees, Mark Easterling, John Lowry, Barbara Lowry, Jamie Mueller, Debbie McCoy and Dewey Stokes.
|Hats and gloves for Highland
Each year the employees of the State Transportation Employees Credit Union collect hats and gloves to keep the children warm at various elementary schools on the Hilltop. This year, due to a high level of donations from the employees, they were able to make donations to both Highland Elementary School and West Broad Elementary School. Pictured in the back ro, left to right, is Judy Andrews, president of the credit union and Jaime Taylor, principal of Highland Elementary School. The students in the front row left to right are Kamar Rawls, Daiquan McKnight, Oshanique Arnold, Dajuan Mankins, and DeAndre’ Mankins. A total of 91 pairs of gloves and hats were donated to Highland.
|Kiwanis lends a helping hand
The Hilltop Kiwanis recently gave a large amount of canned and boxed food items, along with a check fo fresh produce, to the food pantry at Croossroads United Methodist Church. They are low on food items. Anyone wishing to make a donation should contact the church secretary, Celeste Welch. Pictured are Kiwanians Chuck Norris and Pam Weaver, and Celeste Welch (center), church secretary.
| Warden brings home first place
Galloway resident Jacob Warden, age 7, won first place in the forms competition and first place in the sparring category at the Indiana Open held Jan. 19 in Indianapolis, Ind. Warden, son of Chris and Debby, represented the Dublin Elite Taekwondo Academy.