Hinton is first Golden Panther recipient


Photo submitted Russellville Independent superintendent Leon Smith, congratulates Harold “Tubby” Hinton, as he is first Golden Panther recipient.


Granddaughter, Kelley Paul, had the privilege of issuing Russellville High School’s First Golden Panther Pass to her “Papaw,” Harold “Tubby” Hinton, age 88.

Mr. Hinton is a graduate of Russellville High School, class of 1947. He enjoyed talking with Superintendent, Leon Smith, and reminiscing about his school days. He has had four generations in his family go through the halls of Russellville schools, and currently has two great grandchildren, Katherine and Ethan Paul in the RJSHS Marching Band.

Mr. Hinton is a loyal fan and is already looking forward to this Friday’s game where the Panthers will host the Trigg County Wildcats in the 1st Annual “Buddy” Linton-Howard Wren Kickoff Classic, at 6:30 p.m.

Photo submitted Russellville Independent superintendent Leon Smith, congratulates Harold “Tubby” Hinton, as he is first Golden Panther recipient.
http://newsdemocratleader.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Golden-Panther-Pass-006.jpgPhoto submitted Russellville Independent superintendent Leon Smith, congratulates Harold “Tubby” Hinton, as he is first Golden Panther recipient.
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