It’s almost time for the 2nd Annual Color Us One 5K and Kids’ Fun Run!
Students, Parents and Guardians, Alumni, Runners and Walkers… Come one, come all, and join us Saturday, April 29th, starting at 8:00 AM to support HCS. All you have to do to help out is just have fun! What’s more, the race is not the only activity featured; there will be “bouncy houses” and other games for children, and this year, we’ve even added a craft show. So, if shopping is your “thing,” we’ve got you covered too!
Follow the links under the “Color Us One” sidebar on the right side of this page to sign up, and meet us at the Byram Parkway, starting at The Gym – Byram, on April 29th.
The young ladies of the Class of 2017 would like to thank former Upper-School math teacher Rusty Bridges and his wife Peggy for once again opening their home and their beautiful garden in order to host Hillcrest’s Senior Girls’ Tea, a long-standing and beloved Hillcrest tradition.
“Life is like a tea cup, to be filled to the brim and enjoyed with friends.”
Congratulations to the Cougar Varsity Baseball team for their win over Canton last night! Cougar fans: come out and support our very own “boys of summer” in their next games versus St. Aloysius, beginning 4:00 PM Thursday at home.
With the exception of a short span of time when she was in 2nd -grade and another year-and-a-half when she lived in Kentucky during her junior high years, Cheryl Gladney attended Hillcrest from 1st grade throughout her senior year of high school. Before her graduation in 1989, she was a member of the Beta Club, yearbook staff, band and flag corp, as well as the drill team. She then attended Mississippi College, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology in 1993. Afterward, she went to the University of Mississippi Medical Center and received her MD degree in 1997, then completed residency in 2000, specializing in internal medicine. Dr. Gladney worked for Premier Medical Group from 2000 until 2011 and then began working at King’s Daughters Medical Center in Brookhaven, where she has been employed as a hospitalist for the past 17 years. She calls her career choice “very rewarding.”
Cheryl married David Kirk in 2001, and she has 2 step-children. She also is an avid outdoorswoman who loves to hunt and fish.
The message Dr. Gladney wants to relay to current HCS students is as follows: “Keep an eye on your goals, and keep God in your heart. He will help you achieve whatever you set your mind to. And always be kind to your fellow man. Also, another word… Always treasure the friendships that you make during high school because those friends will be with you throughout your lifetime.”