Lexington District One held the district’s first Military Signing Day on Monday, May 20, at River Bluff High School.

Supported by family, friends and recruiters, students from Gilbert, Lexington, Pelion, River Bluff and White Knoll high schools signed a letter of intent stating their desire to join a branch of military service upon graduation.

The signees also heard guest speaker Major General Van McCarty, the 29th Adjutant General for South Carolina.

Once these students turn their tassels at commencement, they begin training for a dynamic new chapter, making excellent use of their skills and education, within the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air Force or South Carolina Army National Guard.

Signees include GHS’s Dillon X. Cross, Ralla B. Kuhns, Braydon C. Pamic, Dalton L. Price, Brandon A. Sanchez and Jacob R. Zelnar; LHS’s Joseph L. Brooks, Dalton B. Bygate, Zackary J. Davis, Wilson W. Lepp, Wil C. Matthews, Lucas A. Molit and Christian C. Munnerlyn; PHS’s Angela J. Moreland, Skyeler E. Robinson, Wyatt J. Thompson, Conner M. Westberry, Martha G. Young and Ryan C. Zeigler; RBHS’s Edgar E. Argumedo, Hannah E. Coats, Patrick R. Cunningham, Alondra D. Fallen, Nathan W. Harley, James A. Hull, Kenneth B. Leonhardt, Jackson R. Teal and Philip S. Votion; and WKHS’s Daniel Carmite H. Baehne, Zackeri J. Belton, Matthew J. Carter, Christopher I. Dickens, Tyler N. Gleason, Dashawn L. Jones, Noah C. Jordan, Brent A. Miles, Michael A. Norris, Coleman L. Queen, Joshua E. Rotureau, BreAnna D. Spigner, Jalisa A. Squirewell and Collin L. Teem.

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