Grayson County High School held its annual Senior Tea on Tuesday, March 18 at The Rock behind Leitchfield United Methodist Church.
About 250 Seniors attended the event, one of whom, Kaylan Shull, received the 2014 $500 Grayson County Detention Center Scholarship.
Shull received the annual scholarship for her essay on texting and driving, according to GCHS Senior Counselor Mona Higdon.
Higdon said the graduating class of 2014 contains a total of 289 students, 27 of whom graduated early.
The 2014 Senior Tea also featured a number of guest speakers, introduced by GCDC Public Information Officer Kim Willis.
Speakers included, in order of appearance, GCDC Chief Deputy Jason Woosley; GC Schools Superintendent Barry Anderson; GC Judge-Executive Gary Logsdon; Kentucky State Police Chaplain David Norris; Leitchfield Chief of Police Kevin Henderson; “Mr. Spirit” E.E. McGhee; Marcus Householder; and Leitchfield United Methodist Church Reverend David Harting.
In addition, Joseph Alexander, of R&B Productions, provided music for the event.
Leitchfield United Methodist Church is located at 201 West Main Street.