Clover, Wylie chambers honor top Clover High School grads

From staff reportsMay 23, 2014 

— The Greater Clover and Lake Wylie chambers of commerce hosted a May 15 luncheon, “Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Leaders,” at Lake Wylie Christian Assembly.

The chambers recognized the students’ work and provide a networking opportunity where top graduating seniors of Clover High School could interact with business and community leaders and each other.

The event was attended by members of the two chambers and by the Clover Optimist and Clover and Lake Wylie Rotary clubs.

Nina Feemster, president of the Greater Clover chamber, welcomed everyone, and the Rev. Billy Ginn of Lake Wylie Christian Assembly gave the invocation. Lunch was catered by Jackson’s Kitchen in Clover.

The guest speaker was Clover native Joe Wright, who graduated from Clover High School in 2008 and enrolled at the University of South Carolina to major in finance and marketing.

He was elected USC student body president his senior year.

Wright started working at Huron Consulting Group in Chicago and has since relocated to Charleston, where he continues to work for Huron.

Clover High Principal Mark Hopkins recognized the top 50 students of the class of 2014. They are:

Sarah Babb, Jonathan Bruney, Madeleine Burrell, Alyssa Ciurlik, Courtney Conger, Ryan Crawford, Jodi Croat, Allison Crowe, Morghan Davidson, River Galicia, Michelle Gendelman, Kristopher Gross, Amber Hess, Carson Hicks, Abigail Hines, Madison Hoover, Logan Johnson, Robert Johnson, Emmalee Lawton, Andres Leon, Patrick Love, Hannah Mace, Mary MacInnis, Hayden Matkovich, Adam Moore, Derek Moore, Ashton Nicholas, Rachel Park, Holly Parker, Carolina Pham, James Priode, Emily Robinson, Annie Sanford, Bessie Sapp, John Slavens, Laura Smith, Quinn Smith, Emily Sparrow, Kayla Squiggins, Ericka Steele, Matthew Stokes, Pierce Sutton, Myranda Thomas, Hannah Thompson, Alexander Tsiukes, Nathaniel Vogt, William Vowell, Nicholas Watson, Kenneth Whitesides and Andrea Yoest.

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