Southern Crescent Technical College inducted its first group of Adult Education students and graduates into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS) on May 2.
Adult Education instructors nominated 63 inductees, based on attendance, cooperation and work ethics. Inductees include Henry County residents Maria Cabrera, Sheron Charles, Garfield Cousins, Brittany Ellington, Rosa Guevara, Michael Hauthaler, Joseph Mitchell, Thomas Benton Oxley, Annette Patterson, Silke Spates, and Amanda Zambrano. They were presented letters of recommendation for employment from the NAEHS headquarters, an NAEHS membership certificate, and a pin during the ceremony.
Locals get honors at Southern Crescent Tech
Southern Crescent Technical College recently announced its Spring Semester 2012 President’s List. Included on the list were many Henry County residents: Gail Bowen, William Bush, Haylee Callaway, Jessica Callaway, John Capone Jr., Jesse Chaffin, Mark Covington, Timothy Cox, Jonathan Day, Charles Dougherty, Donald Fleming Jr, Natalie Garrett, Kayla Gittens, Laura Gourdet, Amanda Hall, Andrew Haschle, Jason Hickman, Kelli Insinna, Eunice Jackson, Tyler Jacob, Elna Jeantine, Wesley Kerr, Matthew King, Bradley Kuhns, David LaCroix, Wesley Lanier, Stephanie Lewis, Marya Lindsay, Jenneth Martin, Wayne Martin, Turreana Mathis, Susan McIntosh, Brittany Miller, Rhonda Moore, Khanh Nguyen, NgocBich Nguyen, Mary Osborne, Jerry Pabon, Wilnick Pacius, Megan Pass, Israel Patterson, Melodie Pierre, Franklin Price, Kenda Purdy, Donna Roberts, Johanna Sanchez, Denise Sanders, Kimberly Scott, Krystle Senft, Joshua Shears, Jasmien Sims, Lacey Thomas, Michelle Weaver, Tiffany Whitaker, Joycelyn Williams, Necole Wilson, and Kerry Young.
In order to obtain this distinction, a student must be enrolled full-time and maintain a perfect grade-point average of 4.0.
Shorter University announces spring graduates
Several locals were among those earning degrees this spring at Shorter University in Rome, Ga. They included McDonough residents Robert Coons, Gregory Dixon Lee Cooper, Clinton Scott Harrison, Rhonda Maddox, Willie Alfred Potter, Jovanni Robbins, Phillip Dierre Stembridge, and Sarah Lindsey Weaver; Stockbridge residents Quincy Arnold, Elisha Beausoliel, Sharon Elizabeth Kenerly, Crystal Jeanette Lyons, Jennifer Martin, Jennifer Martin, and Robin Smith; Ellenwood residents Deonte Raymon Baker, Chandria Cheree Conaway, Tasonya Lyons, Layondra Evonne Nolton, and Starlett Monique Thomas; and Hampton residents Margo Atwater, James Edward Dinkins, Kam Weldon, and Bernadette Whatley.
Beall earns degree from Duke University
McDonough resident Erin Beall recently earned a Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity School. Beall, the daughter of Rob and Lisa Beall, of McDonough, is a graduate of Henry County High School. She also has graduated from The Advanced Academy at the University of West Georgia, and Georgia College and State University.
UGA-Griffin hosts academic showcase, Thursday
The University of Georgia at Griffin campus plans to host an Academic Program Showcase on Thursday, from noon until 2 p.m., providing prospective students the opportunity to learn more about its available degree programs.
The event will be held in the Student Learning Center on the campus, located at 1109 Experiment Street in Griffin. For more information about the UGA-Griffin campus, visit http://uga.edu/griffin.
Navy Seaman Niambi Ibim, daughter of Asheya Ibim of Atlanta, and Sobrasua Ibim, of Hampton, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill.
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