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Life celebration honors Southern Nash student

Posted on May 13, 2022

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Students, friends and family release balloons Thursday night at Southern Nash High School to honor Alexis Harris who died last week after a mid-April accident.

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Students, friends and family release balloons Thursday night at Southern Nash High School to honor Alexis Harris who died last week after a mid-April accident.

lkay@springhopeenterprise.com

STANHOPE — A celebration of life Thursday night honored a Southern Nash High School student who died last week after an accident last month.

Alexis Shania Harris, 16, died May 7.

Harris survived a wreck only to be seriously injured by a fallen power line in Franklin County on April 16, according to the N.C. State Highway Patrol.

Family, friends and fellow students gathered on the football field in Firebird Stadium to hold a candlelight service and release balloons.

Alexis is survived by her mother Melissa Nye of Louisburg; her father William Harris II of Spring Hope; and her sisters Shalynn, Kaelynn and Alexiyah all of Spring Hope.

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