‘Spirit stone’ arrives at CCHS


Carroll County High received this 18,000-pound granite rock last week to use as a “spirit stone” for the school. Vulcan Materials was responsible for the hefty donation, which was placed between the Tommy Thompson football field and the locker room. Pictured, from left, are Justin Upchurch, Chris Rakes, Crane Operator Brandon Cobb, Bert Bond, Truck Driver Barry Forrest, Principal Chuck Thompson, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mark Burnette and Assistant Principal Kristen Quesenberry. The project was spearheaded by Cavalier Bristal Upchurch.


David Broyles | The Carroll News

Carroll County High received this 18,000-pound granite rock last week to use as a “spirit stone” for the school. Vulcan Materials was responsible for the hefty donation, which was placed between the Tommy Thompson football field and the locker room. Pictured, from left, are Justin Upchurch, Chris Rakes, Crane Operator Brandon Cobb, Bert Bond, Truck Driver Barry Forrest, Principal Chuck Thompson, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mark Burnette and Assistant Principal Kristen Quesenberry. The project was spearheaded by Cavalier Bristal Upchurch.

Carroll County High received this 18,000-pound granite rock last week to use as a “spirit stone” for the school. Vulcan Materials was responsible for the hefty donation, which was placed between the Tommy Thompson football field and the locker room. Pictured, from left, are Justin Upchurch, Chris Rakes, Crane Operator Brandon Cobb, Bert Bond, Truck Driver Barry Forrest, Principal Chuck Thompson, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mark Burnette and Assistant Principal Kristen Quesenberry. The project was spearheaded by Cavalier Bristal Upchurch.
http://thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TCN101415SpiritStone.jpgCarroll County High received this 18,000-pound granite rock last week to use as a “spirit stone” for the school. Vulcan Materials was responsible for the hefty donation, which was placed between the Tommy Thompson football field and the locker room. Pictured, from left, are Justin Upchurch, Chris Rakes, Crane Operator Brandon Cobb, Bert Bond, Truck Driver Barry Forrest, Principal Chuck Thompson, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Mark Burnette and Assistant Principal Kristen Quesenberry. The project was spearheaded by Cavalier Bristal Upchurch. David Broyles | The Carroll News
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