Shelbyville HS Project Graduation Thank You Letter; Sponsor Recognition

June 2, 2022 - Thank you so much for your generous donation to the Shelbyville High School Project Graduation. We all want to thank you for committing to such a good cause for students. Project Graduation is an all-night drug- and alcohol-free event honoring graduates. It provides a safe alternative for graduates who might otherwise be partying. It keeps graduates off the roads, prevents them from becoming an accident statistic, and gives parents ease knowing their son/daughter is safely celebrating.

The event began at 11:00 pm and ended at 5:00 am. There were games and food galore including a volleyball tournament, dodge ball tournament, kick ball tournament, corn hole toss, board games, video games, nerf gun war, photo booth, music, pizza, nachos, candy, drinks, homemade sweets, cake & cookies. The night ended with a homemade breakfast including biscuits and gravy, pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, fresh fruit, and chocolate milk and juice. All students left with prizes, gift cards, etc. of at least $250 in value! The night was enjoyed by all!

The success of Project Graduation is in direct relation to the commitment of parents, school administration and staff, and community members and businesses. We thank you for donating and providing an exciting and memorable evening of fun and fellowship for the graduates with their classmates for the very last time.

Project Graduation Sponsors and Volunteers
Students of Class of 2022

Thank you to all of these individuals and sponsors: ACE Hardware, Action Credit, Advantage Forestry, April Prince Law Office, Holly Amburn, Lila Anthony, AT&T, Aurora Concepts, Boles Feed, Bounds Insurance, Wendy Bartee, Brett Shirley DDS, Brookshires, Brianna Michon, Center Floral, Chicken Express, Cristi McArthur, CM Foster Holdings LLC, Crystal Harrison, Danny Paul Windham Dentistry, Debra’s Boutique, Debbie Kersten, Lois Daw, Deep East Texas Electric, Double J Farms, Catherine DuVon, East TX Collison, EDAW Enterprises, Elite Hair Design, Ephesus Baptist Church, Farmers State Bank, First Baptist Church Shelbyville, Mike and Pam Furlow, Few Ready Mix, Dyan Gardner, Lorena Gonzalez, Guy and Esther Harrison, Heather Chambliss, Debbie Gilchrist, HHH Management, Harrison Family, Cole Harrison, Brooke Harrison, Hughes Florist, Huxley VFD, J. Lout, Sharon Johnson, K&I Contractors, Tiffany Klein, Jeane Taylor, JML Management, Joe’s Car Spa, John Black and Associates, JTK Management, Inc., Jud Matthews, Junior and Joyce Dean, K&L Contractors, Labatt Foods, Lasting Impressions, Light and Champion, Veronica Lawson, Masterson Insurance, Matthews Real Estate, Denise Merriman, McAdams, Mooney Emporium, Muckelroy Law Office, Mario Osby, Mettauer Law Firm, Payne and Payne Suchlike, Pete’s Auto Detail, Red Door, Shelbyville Market Place, Micky and Etola Jones, Sabine State Bank, Pizzeria, Paola Rangel, Ray Jones Chevrolet, Rio Theatre, Rusty Hall,, Shelby Savings Bank, Shelbyville Grocery, Smyrna Baptist Church, Southern Seasons, Bob and Stacy Vandrovec, Tammy Steptoe Realty, Toledo Automotive Supply, Town and Country Real Estate, Trail’s End, Ultra, Wanda Hagler, Watson and Sons Funeral Home, What-a-burger, Wheeler Law Office, and White Cottage