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@ Guest 15 Don't you know

@ Guest 15

Don't you know that news travels fast in Bladen County and especially in County Government to include the CC and BOE. Remember, the East AD and Cross use to be best of buddies over at Tar Heel. The conversation could have gone something like this, "hey, I'm scheduled for a meeting on the 16th with my adminstrator; why don't you schedule one with your administrator on the same day and see about getting the days an application has to be in waived so I can come on over to East as b-ball coach and get this NCHSAA investigation done away with"!!!!

Again, news travels fast. If Mr. Finn is getting test scores raised over at West; then the administrator over at Eest is privy to that news and therefore his students strive to raise their test scores so West won't be one up on them.!!!!

Again, news travels fast in Bladen; If as some have suggested, that Mr. Finn is on his way out at West(and he has approached a coach about coming to West) then with Mr. Finn leaving (God I hope not) and the BOE currently in place; what chance do you think the new coach has of surviving or even wanting to survive at West? About as much as the last several b-ball coaches over at East!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And to put the icing on the cake. I understand there is a movement under way in the county to create ONE big county high school and turn the two county high schools into middle schools. A precursor to that would be the two high school bands being put together for the Water Festival parade!!!!!! How about those apples?

Hold on, another Bladen County news flash is coming through; nah, this one is even to far fetched for even me to pass along. Oh, why not. The new mascot for the one big county high school will be the MARTINS; in honor of the founder of Bladen County, Mr. Martin Bladen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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