Education Notes: Newnan 10-year-old wins community service awardFrom Staff Reports
Rachel Cox, a 10-year-old from Newnan, was one of more than 2,200 young volunteers nationwide whose positive impact in their communities through volunteerism have earned them special recognition from Kohl’s.
Seventy-one youths from Georgia, including Cox, will each receive a $50 gift card and recognition certificate from Kohl’s to honor their community service efforts.
ASU to create new alumni chapter in Newnan
An informational meeting for the new Newnan Chapter of the Alabama State University Alumni Association chapter will be held July 21 at 11 a.m. at Golden Corral, 605 Bullsboro Drive, Newnan. This is a Dutch-treat lunch.
At the Dutch-treat luncheon meeting, prospective members are asked to forward ideas to help formulate the new chapter, reconnect and network with other ASU Hornets. The goal is to promote and preserve the university’s vision, goals, traditions, alumni growth and engagement.
For more information, email email@example.com or search for the group on Facebook.
Coweta/Fayette UGA alumni to meet July 19
The UGA Alumni Association of Coweta and Fayette counties will hold a chapter interest meeting July 19 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Mellow Mushroom in Peachtree City, 275 Hwy. 74 North.
UGA alumni interesting in connecting with the association are invited to join other members for dinner. Guests, who will discuss leadership roles and growing the Coweta/Fayette chapter, are responsible for the cost of their own food and beverages.
For information, contact Heather Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org .
St. Olaf College: Morgan Dixon of Fayetteville, daughter of Lorna Blake-Dixon, BA in English (Asian studies concentration).
Stonehill College: Devin James Johnson of Newnan, BA.
University of Massachusetts at Boston: Adrienne Woods of Fairburn.
Georgia Southern University: Katelyn Carroll, Kayla Curtis, Hillary Garner, Stephen Quesinberry, Michael Rabun, Sarah Russell and Nicole Wright, all of Newnan; Lisa Hill, Troy Elliott, Kathryn Elliott and Dana Sylvestre, all of Senoia; Tyler Marvin and Kelly Tynes, both of Sharpsburg; Mary Mannion, Anneliese Mcclain and Meredith Talley, all of Fayetteville.
Clayton State University: Becky Alexander, Kim Fitzgerald, Jessica Hammonds, Brian Pointer, Anna Sewall, Maggie Shiffert, Richard Smith, Kerstin Taylor and Robert Smith, all of Newnan; Amy Adams, Edward Case III, Ashley Couch, Danielle David, Joseph Lucketta, Heather Oswalt, Jennifer Polk, Elise Robinson, Ian Robinson, William Rourke Jr, Savanna Summers, Dominique Thomas and Karl Harmon, all of Senoia; Kelsey Dorrough, Selena Dorrough, Charlotte Farrell, Neema Firouzian, Samuel Ostrowski, Kurtis Singleton, Megan Stover, Luke Tidwell and Michelle York, all of Sharpsburg.
Georgia Southern University: Michael Blount and Danielle Blount, both of Moreland; Melissa Bishop, Katherine Cantrell, Rebekah Dohanich, Michael Johnson, Whitney Mann, Houston Mills, Kristen Pirie, Whitney Reddish, Gabrielle Selementi and Elena Thomason, all of Newnan; Kathryn Douglas of Palmetto; Andrew Johnson and Charles Utt, both of Senoia; Rachel Cowart, Timothy Dunson, Morgan Ford Sr., Chelsea Hodge, Jessica Maslowe, Katie Palmer, Shelby Riggs, Ward Sachs V, Taylor Smith and Robert Williams, all of Sharpsburg; James Denham of Hogansville; Matthew Dettmering, Daniel Pulliam and Madison Stanford, all of Brooks; Marissa Collier, Dustin Hall, Lauren Lopez, Andrew Mccolister, Joy Needham and Sarah Wittkop, all of Fayetteville.
Oglethorpe University: Atina Brown of Brooks; Carl Golden and Lydia Martin, both of Fayetteville.