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Broadbent graduates from Rutgers with Doctorate

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Raymond and Eileen Broadbent of Perryton proudly announce their son, Brian Broadbent, Miami Class of 2013 salutatorian, graduates Friday, May 22, with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rutgers School of Health Professions. Over the last three years, he completed his studies in the New York/New Jersey area, as well as clinicals in Manhattan, the Navajo Nation, and western Pennsylvania. He earned a distinguished student scholarship, served as a neuroscience teaching assistant, and presented research at the 2020 American Physical Therapy Association Conference. He will return to Texas to attain his license and begin practice in Canadian in late August.

BES students raise over $1,000 running

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The Baker Elementary School’s running club is called Miles with Meaning. The club chooses a different charity each month, and runs in their honor. The students set personal goals, and when over half the students have reached those goals, cash is added to a fund. Krista Daniel, Principal of Baker Elementary, said the club raised about $1,000.00 this year. From 2019-2020, Miles with Meaning has contributed funds to the Shrader family after their fire, Lawana Pulliam and Kelsey Bryan as they battled with cancer, Theresa Matthews at Canadian Elementary School, and local first responders.