Tiffany Poole, daughter of Jack and Iris Poole, recently was named to the dean's list for the summer semester at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a junior majoring in industrial engineering.
The following students have been named to the dean's list for the summer 2001 semester at the Medical College of Georgia's School of Allied Health Sciences: Sara H. Archer of Martinez, Laura P. Cadle of Evans, Carol L. Diessner of Martinez, Pedro L. Salcedo of Grovetown, Bryan K. Shiver of Martinez and Jennifer G. Hunt of Martinez.
Jeanna Marie Slusser, daughter of Les and Jackie Slusser of Martinez, recently graduate with honors from Georgia Institute of Technology with a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering and a certificate in health performance sciences. She is a graduate of Augusta Christian School and is employed at Xerox Connect as a knowledge management consultant in Alpharetta.
Food drive results
This year's It's Spooky to be Hungry food drive raised a34,800 pounds of food and $17,200. The event, which is neighborhood based, included more than 1,000 volunteers from more than 80 neighborhoods in Columbia, Richmond and Aiken counties.
Air Force enlistment
Joshua A. Brown, a 2000 graduate of Harlem High School, recently enlisted into the United State Air force. After six weeks of basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base near San Antonio, Texas, Joshua is scheduled to receive training in the electronics area as an Avionics Test Station and Component Apprentice.
Specialist John Russell Holmes, son of Felicia and Ralph Dumas and John H. Holmes, was recently promoted to the rank of sergeant after completing a Primary Leadership Development Course. Holmes is stationed at Fort Wainwright, Alaska and is a member of the 9th Army Band.
The following Westminster Preparatory School students were recently inducted into the National Honor Society: Lauren McCreedy, Blanche Conger, Kara Downey, Matthew Farmer, David Moody, Abigail Mullins, Becky Rahn and Hannah Smith.
Farm bureau members elected
The following were recently elected as members of the Columbia County Farm Bureau at the group's annual meeting: Lee Anderson, reelected at president; James Allen, vice president; and Gene Knox, board of directors and secretary/treasurer.
Kathryn Ashley Dickson of Evans, a Furman University student, is participating in her school's study abroad program in Versailles, France this fall. Dickson, who will return to the U.S. in mid-December, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dickson.
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