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Charlotte Post Foundation Awards Top Honor To Teacher At Westerly Hills
Sunday, August 4, 2013
clientuploads/LWindex-1.gif The Charlotte Post Foundation’s top teacher for 2013 considers her job more than a profession. For Lynnetta Sides-Witherspoon, it’s a calling.

 

 
Jada Wiggleton-Little is Top Senior
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
clientuploads/2013 TS/TSJWL.gif The Post’s Senior of the Year maps out details from exam schedules to study breaks with the planner, which she customized for greater efficiency.
 
Whitfield named top senior runner up
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
clientuploads/2013 TS/tsJW.gif In an essay, the Post’s Top Senior Runner Up wrote that her “misadventures” with Lizzy have taught her vital life lessons and given her a greater purpose in life.
 
Charlie Dannelly named 2013 Luminary
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
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Charlie Dannelly, a Charlotte civic leader with more than 50 years in education and politics is the winner of the 2013 “Luminary – Lifetime Achievement” award from The Charlotte Post Foundation.

 

 
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