Newnan High students participate in Rivers Alive

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Newnan High School Jobs for Georgia Graduates and the Environmental Club. First row (from left) - Environmental Sponsor Mrs. Lindsey Kee, and Jobs for Georgia Graduates Sponsor Mr. Gaines Coker, Jr. Second row (from left) - Alex Cook, Kenyon Woods, Stephanie Parks, Elizabeth Finger, Katie Finger, Emily Finger, Kayla Glanton, Raquel Ransby, La’Niqua Fleming, Shandreka Burns, Rhonda Jones, Kaitlyn Hewett, Danielle Franks, Annie Haas, Elizabeth Abercrombie, NHS staff member, Audrey Anglin. Third Row - Matthew Jarrard, George Coria , Andrew Cowe, Aaron Morris, Antoine Hall, Isaac Parks, Antonio Hall, Johnn Arnold, Chase Copeland, Bennett Souter. 


Newnan High School Jobs for Georgia Graduates and the Environmental Club participated in the Georgia Power Rivers Alive event on Saturday, September 14th at McIntosh Reserve in Whitesburg, GA.

Students spent the morning picking up trash and debris from the Chattahoochee River. In the afternoon, they kayaked down a seven mile stretch of the Chattahoochee River from Whitesburg Landing boat ramp on Alt 27 to the McIntosh Reserve Park. A huge thank you to all of our sponsors for making this trip possible.



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