McALESTER — Hartshorne/Haileyville Masonic Lodge 122 presented four Hartshorne High School students and four Haileyville High School students with the Student of Today Awards. Pictured front row from left are Brooklyne Curliss, Brett Akins, Tyler Akins, Wyatt Stanford, Hunter Soliday and Brandi Moore; and back row, Worshipful Master Stephen Gragg, Chaplain, Mickey Nolen, Junior Stewart Joe Winslow, Senior Deacon Chris Botts, Secretary Eddie Gragg, Senior Stewart Ronald Gragg, Treasurer Paul Diehl and Junior Warden Lee Morgan. Students not pictured Paige Holt and Joy Picotte.
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