Deputy completes course
Columbia County Sheriff's Office Deputy Wesley Mack has completed a three-day training program at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth, Ga.
The seminar focused on tasks that follow detection and arrest in DUI cases.
Pupils present check to CMC
The Riverside Middle School Beta Club presented a check for $600 to the Medical College of Georgia's Children's Medical Center to purchase toys for Dino-Store, which provides a free toy to each child who undergoes surgery in the hospital.
The money was raised through the sale of more than 1,000 Tootsie Pops.
Evans student makes dean's list
Ashley Joan Smith, a 2000 graduate of Greenbrier High School, was placed on the Dean's List for the fall semester at Georgia Southern University.
She earned a 4.0 for the semester. She is majoring in occupational therapy.
Greenbrier Middle School pupil honored for horsemanship
Elizabeth Smith, a pupil at Greenbrier Middle School, recently was awarded year-end high point awards by Horseman's Quarter Horse Association and the South Carolina Quarter Horse Association.
She and her horse, Sompin Luke-N-Gould, were awarded the South Carolina Quarter Horse Youth Association 2001 Year-end Novice Youth Huntseat Equitation Championship Award as well as the SCQHYA 2001 year-end Novice Youth Hunter Under Saddle Championship Award.
The awards were presented at the annual awards banquet in Columbia, S.C.
The pair also were awarded the Horseman's Quarter Horse Association 2001 Year-end Novice Youth Hunter Under Saddle Reserve Championship Award during the group's annual awards banquet held at the Idle Hour Country Club in Macon, Ga.
She also received awards for High Honor Roll, highest average in math, highest average in language arts, highest average in science, and the sixth grade highest overall average for 2001-02 at Greenbrier Middle School.
Student wins academic honor
Raymond M. Fulcher of Harlem has been awarded the Augusta State University Certificate of Academic Achievement.
The award is given to the outstanding high school juniors who are in the upper five percent of their classes.
Young pilot recognized for work
Terry Florie of Evans has been recognized by the Experimental Aircraft Association Aviation Foundation's Young Eagles program for giving more than 200 young people free demonstration airplane rides.
The pilots in the program explain the safe operation of airplanes and principles of flight before the short trips.
The Young Eagles Program was begun in 1992 to give 1 million young people free demonstration airplane rides by 2003, the 100th anniversary of powered flight and the 50th anniversary of the EAA. The program's goal is to allow young people to experience positive activities and discover the possibilities within the world of aviation.
Ashley Nichole Stevens recently attended the Annual Brenau Women's College Leadership Competition in Gainsville, Ga. Also, Stevens has be awarded a $5000 scholarship for the fall term at the college. She is a senior at Harlem High School and will be attending Brenau College this fall. She is the daughter of Mr. Claude Stevens, Jr., and Mrs. Carolyn Kay Stevens.
Greenbrier High School senior Bradley Smith won the state boy's essay competition at the Georgia High School Association Literary Competition in Warner Robins, Ga. on March l6.
He also won the English competition at the State Beta Club convention in Atlanta in January. He will represent Georgia at the National Beta Club Convention in Orlando, Fla. in July.
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