(l to r): Gov. Bill Anoatubby, Little Miss Chickasaw Lauren Key, Chickasaw Jr. Princess Lauren John, Elizabeth Wilcox, Sydney Parker, Joen McReynolds, Berlynn Jolley, Khloee Burgess, Aaliyah Ross, Jayvyn Ross, Kinley Alexander, Ethan Fulkerson, Kassidy Brown, stroller- Kyleigha Bohannon
Row 2 (l to r): Secretary of Community Services Wayne Scribner, Chickasaw Princess Raechell Meely, Zaden Tomlin, Kade Stinnet, London West, Gavin Price, Wake Berst, Metrie Williams, Kaylyn Alfred, Jaxon Dunnigan, Nikoha Ferrari, Family Service Worker Hazel Wallace, Lt. Gov. Jefferson Keel
Row 3 (l to r): Under Secretary of Community Services Tom John, Skyler Attebery, Jaylynn Neely, Jordan Johnson, Khloe Tilley, Eli Harjo, Kaden Bliss, Giovanni Hernandez, Lorelai Geisler, Ma’Kyiah Sparks, Juliann Neeley, Cyrus Bear, Early Childhood Supervisor Wes Brown
Back Row (l to r): Aries Logan, Gage Goings, Damien Williams, Caylee Reed, Addyson Bailey, Isiah Perez, Jett Harris, Mia Phillips, Carter Frazier, MaKayla Sparks
Published May 31, 2016
ADA, OKLAHOMA – Forty-two students graduated from the Chickasaw Nation Head Start program Thursday, May 19, in Ada. Chickasaw Nation Gov. Bill Anoatubby and Lt. Gov. Jefferson Keel presented each child with a diploma during the ceremony. Chickasaw Princesses Raechell Meely, Lauren John, and Lauren Key, along with tribal officials and legislators also attended the graduation ceremony.