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Highlights of Fleming-Neon H.S.


RAMONA TAYLOR

RAMONA TAYLOR

2005 A final dedication – Mrs. Ramona Taylor

Mrs. Taylor has been a member of the Pirate faculty for 44 years. She has dedicated her life to FNHS and its students. Not only has she had a successful career, but she has helped students succeed as well. This is why the 2004-2005 yearbook staff dedicates the final Buccaneer to Mrs. Ramona Taylor. She will be inspiring students for years to come as the Dean of Guidance at Letcher County Central High School. So, here’s to you Mrs. Taylor; may you have many more wonderful years.

On Friday, September 24, sixteen lovely ladies marched out onto the football field waiting to see who had been chosen as the 2004 Football Homecoming Queen. Captains Travis Cantrell, Shane Fleming, Jeremy Jackson, and Larry Osley were ready to crown the new queen. A hush fell over the crowd, as Mark Wagoner announced the 2004 homecoming queen . . . Miss Becky Champion.

2005 Basketball Homecoming was our final homecoming here at Fleming Neon High. It was a night to remember as sixteen lovely ladies stood proudly. The last homecoming court waited in anticipation as Ms. Deana Napier was crowned the final Homecoming Queen of FNHS.

BECKY CHAMPION

BECKY CHAMPION

FROM BEGINNING TO END — The first FNHS Basketball Homecoming Queen, Mrs. Anna Craft, is pictured with the Final Basketball Homecoming Queen, Ms. Deana Napier.

FROM BEGINNING TO END — The first FNHS Basketball Homecoming Queen, Mrs. Anna Craft, is pictured with the Final Basketball Homecoming Queen, Ms. Deana Napier.

     

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