Local pair honored at banquet

From Staff Reports
education@newnan.com
Becky Clay and Ethan Robertson, both of Newnan, were recognized at the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources’ 2012 Spring Awards Banquet last month.
Clay, who is the daughter of Jennifer and Al Clay, received the Earl D. and Wanda Taylor Barrs Entrepreneur and Leadership Scholarship. Clay is a junior at the University of Georgia and is majoring in Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism.
She graduated from Northgate High School in 2009.
Robertson, who is the son of Thomas and Martha Robertson, won the Georgia Forestry Association/Georgia Forestry Foundation Fellowship. A graduate of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Robertson now is a fourth-year UGA student majoring in forestry and wildlife management.
The Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, founded in 1906, is the oldest such school in the South. It prepares leaders in the conservation and sustainable management of forests and other renewable natural resources.
Located on the University of Georgia’s south campus, the Warnell School has nearly 300 students in four major areas.

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