Omicron Alpha Delta Kappa president Robbie Marshall (left) presents The Annie Grace Langford/ Martha MaGahee Scholarship to the 2014 recipient Lara Anne Way. Lara is an Honor Graduate of Lakeside High School and plans to attend the University of Georgia. Omicron Alpha Delta Kappa is a local chapter of an International Society of Women Educators. The organization's common goals are educational excellence, altruism and world understanding.
The Merchants Association of Columbia County recognized their scholarship recipients during their monthly meeting Thursday, May 22, at the Columbia County Fairgrounds. The recipients are Samuel Bryant McIlwain, Lakeside High (from left); Justin Postell, Harlem High; Maegan Schiller, Harlem High; Christopher Knox, Greenbrier High; Ted Lane, Merchants Association of Columbia County; Andrew Scott McNight, Grovetown High; Anna Grace Ellison, Greenbrier High and Brice Harrison, Evans High. Not shown are Victoria Ngo, Evans High; Colby Canada, Lakeside High and Amber Landers, Grovetown High.
Fifteen students have each won a $3,000 Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS) Family Scholarship which was presented at a special ceremony at Newberry Hall in Aiken. The winners are sons and daughters of SRNS employees. Attending the ceremony were SRNS President and CEO Dwayne Wilson (front row, from left); Donovan Godbee, Greenbrier High School; Natalie Gorensek, Aquinas High School; Andrew Poirier, Aquinas High School; Nicole Fuller, North Augusta High School; Carter Hunt, Aiken High School; Avery Tyrrell, Augusta Preparatory Day School; Anand Murugappan, Lakeside High School and SRNS Director of Workforce Services and Talent Management Carol Berry; Spencer King, Augusta Preparatory Day School (back row, from left); Victoria Brown, AR Johnson High School; John Monahan, North Augusta High School; Amanda Wolfe, Greenbrier High School; Patrick Judd, Aiken High School and Anna Tovo, Aiken High School. Not pictured are Sterling Robertson, Augusta Preparatory Day School and Anna Zecha, Westminster Schools of Augusta.
Angela Sharp (left), president of the Columbia County School Nutrition Association and assistant cafeteria manager at Evans Middle School, presented Michael Johnson, principal of Evans Middle School, with the Friend of School Nutrition Award with cafeteria manager Cindy Lee. This award is given to one individual each year who goes above and beyond showing support for school nutrition. Mr. Johnson has shown continued support to our program and is always willing to help out in any way he can.