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Very Important Partner Poster Unveiling Ceremony
Very Important Partner students were honored at the 2015 Youth Poster Campaign which recognizes individuals who model a drug-free life. Of the nominations, 24 students were selected to be on 16 posters: 12 Individual and four Group Pictures. North Bullitt High School graduate Madelyn Miles was nominated by teacher Angie Duvall. Madelyn Miles poses with her VIP poster. Madelyn Miles Bullitt East High School student Marlene Michel was nominated by attorney Joe Mills. Marlene Michel and her poster. Marlene Michel Eastside Middle School teacher Sarah Mills nominated Bullitt East High School student Brooke Hatfield. Brooke Hatfield and her poster. She is the daughter of Dedre and Scott Hatfield and her two older brothers, Brett and Tate Hatfield, were on a poster in 2010. Brooke Hatfield Eastside Middle School teacher Kim Green poses with the poster of her son, Mark Mark Bullitt Central High School student Kelsey Phillips stands with her poster. She was nominated by MSG (Ret.) Martin Tallent. North Bullitt High School senior Daulton Walls stands with his poster. He was nominated by Timothy Phelps. Daulton Walls North Bullitt High School math teacher Christy Bickett nominated two students who were chosen for posters. Here she introduces Breanna Sherrard. North Bullitt High School student Breanna Sherrard poses with her poster. Breanna Sherrard Christy Bickett also nominated Myrissa Driuen. Myrissa Driuen poses with her poster. Myrissa Druien Madelyn Myers poses with her photo. The Eastside student was nominated by her teacher, Christine Stidom. Madeline Myers Madison Parnell poses with her poster. She was nominated by Katara Perkins. Madison Parnell Adrian Shiflett of Bullitt Central High School poses with his poster. He was nominated by Jill Flaherty. Adrian Shifflett Thomas Troutman, a 2015 graduate of Bullitt Central High School, was nominated by Terry Cox and Sarah Hardin. Thomas Troutman Ashley Kingsley, a student in the Bullitt Advanced Math and Science (BAMS) Program, She was nominated by Chi[p Davidson and Sarah Hardin. Savannah Gould, Sarah Bush, Megan Redding, Hannah Wells and Savannah Savannah Gould, Sarah Bush, Hannah Wells, Savannah Kayli Davis and Jordan Sparks of Hebron Middle School were nominated by Amanda Korby and Julie McKay. Kayli Davis and Jordan Sparks Talon Richardson, Seth Mitchell and Samuel Mitchell of Bernheim Middle School were nominated by teacher Jimmy Carnes. Samuel Mitchell, Talon Richardson and Seth Mitchell The audience enjoyed cake following the poster unveiling ceremony. Samuel Mitchell, Seth Mitchell and Talon Richardson autographed VIP posters for family and friends. Savannah Gould, Sarah Bush, Megan Redding, Hannah Wells and Savannah Adrian Shifflett and Daulton Walls autograph posters. Madison Parnell autographs her posters, Myrissa Druien and Breanna Sherrard autograph their posters. Madeline Myers autographs posters for family and friends. Kelsey Phillips and Thomas Troutman autograph posters. Brook Hatfield autographs her posters. Marlene Michel autographs her posters. Madelyn Miles autographs her posters.