Gainesville Daily Register


GMS students meet 'Roadtrip" judges

Rick Griffin and Sandy McKenna from the Midlife Roadtrip were back in town for the annual Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet last week. The team made room in their schedules to visit Gainesville Middle School to talk to the GMS Kiwanis Builders Club about why Gainesville won the “Most Patriotic Small Town in America.” Pictured in the back row, left to right, are Nathan Smith, Griffin, Hunter McKnight, Jake Rhodes, McKenna, Reece Holt, Chasity Gaskill, Austyn Gilbert, Rhadika Bhatka, Sarah Higgins and Franscine Franco. In the front row, left to right, are Alfredo Moreno, Dayton Colwell, Noah Kitchens, Gabby Brasher, Miranda Roy, Thalia Hernandez and Keiri Castruita.

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