Northgate HS Honors Night photos online

by Staff Reports

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Jeffrey Leo

The photo above is a sampling of the Northgate Honors Night photos available in the NTH Photo Gallery. Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K Scholarship recipient John Bauer and presenter Frank Reece are pictured.

As all the local high school graduations near, the Pomp and Circumstance surrounding the events has started.

Both the 2013 Honors Night section and its photos for Northgate High School are available today online.

The photos can be viewed at our Photo Gallery. To view, simply visit: http://photos.times-herald.com/mycapture/ and click on Honors Programs and Graduations to view the Gallery.

The Honors Night section is available both in Sunday's print edition or online in our Special Sections at: http://www.times-herald.com/special/ .

Other Honors Night sections produced by The Newnan Times-Herald scheduled for publication are Newnan High School (May 19), East Coweta High School (May 26) and The Heritage School (June 9).


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