Shiloh celebrates their heritagePublished 1:25am Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Evans talked about the importance of “preparation” and keeping God first in order to find success.
“Many of you will make history in some kind of way in life, you may not even know it,” Evans said. “Our attitude determines how high we go in life … if you prepare yourself in life, by getting the education and preparing yourself, you can be whatever you want to be in life; no matter what we do, we must always keep God as the focal part of our life.”
Evans also said it’s important to ‘always’ put your best foot forward, because someone is watching.
“Love the Lord and love your neighbor … you can’t hate (and) you got to love and respect one another,” Evans said. “It takes courage to do all of these things.”
Shiloh principal Aaron McKinley also presented Evans with a plaque of appreciation following his speech.