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Landon Skeens
Woodrow Wilson High School’s Teens4Christ meets every Tuesday at 6:55 AM in room D-7.

Woodrow Wilson High School’s Bible Club has now been replaced by the organization, “Teens4Christ.” A non-profit group, students share their love for the Bible and connect with other churches. Mrs. Billie Vandall, adviser, is assisted by daughter, Ms. Courtney Vandall. Teens4Christ serves as a safe haven for students and teachers alike to share their opinions about the Bible. Mrs. Vandall explains, “It gives students a chance to learn about the Bible alongside other believers’ and those who might be curious about it.” The organization holds charities to help people in need all over the world. “On top of creating a community within the school, we are currently hosting an eyeglasses drive to benefit people in need in Africa.” The eyeglasses will be collected by a student from Togo Africa who also attends Appalachian Bible College. Doctors and dentists come from around the world to provide their services, but can only do so much without equipment. Medical equipment such as eyeglasses will benefit the people in need in Africa.”

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Alexia Pena, Journalist

Alexia Pena is an extremely gifted junior at Woodrow Wilson High School. Some of her favorite hobbies include painting and singing. However, her heart will always be placed in the English Arts. Some of her passions include saving the earth and educating others about global issues. A fun fact about her is that her favorite color is sage green.

 “Let all that you do be done in love” - 1 Corinthians 16:14

Landon Skeens
Landon Skeens, Editor-Chief
A current junior at Woodrow Wilson High School, Landon Skeens serves as Editor of the Eagle Dispatch. Throughout his time at the school, he has enjoyed many extracurriculars: drama club, theatre, newspaper, band, and chorus. However, the arts have always remained a constant in his life. During moments of freedom, Landon can be found reading psychological thrillers or classic works of literature. If you ever need to find him, don't worry just look for an iced coffee-filled Stanley. "Writing is tremendously important to me. It is not only an expression of myself but a physical manifestation of years of work, slowly improving my craft. The written has much power, influencing the reader’s perspective of topics.”
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