The big reveal

Students from Uplift Education’s Peak and Laureate Preparatory schools in East Dallas participated in the new logo reveal for Perot Museum of Nature and Science. The museum is set to open in 2013. Pictured: Margot and Ross Perot with students from Uplift Education’s Peak and Laureate Preparatory schools.

 

Three’s company

Ruby Elizabeth, William Lee and Savannah Grace Kneggs are the triplets born at Doctors Hospital in June. They are the first triplets born at the hospital in its 53-year history. Parents are Neely and Trey Kneggs, and the babies also have a 20-month-old brother, Bryan. The babies weighed 4 pounds 12 ounces, 4 pounds 6 ounces and 5 pounds 1 ounce, respectively, and were released from the hospital 11 days after they were born.

 

Rad grads

Nick Chatham and Hayley Heiner graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively. Chatham is headed to New York University in the fall to study music, and Heiner is going to the University of California at San Diego to study marine science.

 

Generations of scholars

Woodrow Wilson graduating seniors Andre Plata and Sydney Patterson won the $5,000 Woodrow class of ’66 scholarships this year. The donation-based scholarship fund has awarded $65,000 to Woodrow seniors over the past 18 years. Pictured from left to right are Tom Mason, Maggie Reddy, David Thomas, Corky Davis, Andre Plata, Sydney Patterson, Bill Dailey, Steve Parrott, Angela Plata, Steve Holley, Gail Williams, Mike Mohon and Murray Campbell.

 

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