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Raytown South High Hall of Fame

raytown_schoolsThe Raytown School District is proud to announce its Alumni Hall of Fame Class of 2014.  Hall of Fame activities are set to take place September 19 and 20, 2014.

The Class of 2014 has six inductees:  Bob Dernier, Raytown South High School class of 1975; George Gibson, Raytown High School class of 1963; Bobbi (Johnson) Kauffman, Raytown High School class of 1963; Amber J. Lawson, Raytown South High School class of 1990; Jeff Lisenby, Raytown South High School class of 1973; and Steve Rees, Raytown High School class of 1967.

Dernier was a professional baseball player and Gold Glove winner.  Gibson is an Air Force Lieutenant Colonel and CEO of GT Technologies.  Kauffman is a former Miss District of Columbia and Miss U.S.A. and an Applications Engineer with General Electric.

Lawson, a producer and entrepreneur, is the CEO and Founder of Comedy Gives Back, 24 Hour Global Live Streamed Digital Telethon.  Lisenby is a virtuoso accordion player and musical director. Rees is a civic-minded environmentalist and CEO of MINDDRIVE Experience.

Inductees will visit both District high schools, participate in a community luncheon, and visit a school of their choice on Friday, September 19, 2014.  On Saturday, September 20, inductees will be honored guests at the Raytown Historical Society in the morning, followed by an induction ceremony at Hilton Garden Inn in Independence that afternoon.

The Hall of Fame began in 2005, and in total since that time, 64 individuals have been inducted, prior to this year’s class.  For additional information about the program or this year’s inductees, please call the Raytown Schools Community Relations office at 268-7000.

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