Augusta Iron & Steel makes changes
Augusta Iron & Steel Works Inc. announced some organizational changes within the company.
Terry Mullenix has been named vice president of manufacturing. Owen Sims has taken over as vice president of engineering and procurement.
Ray Lewis was promoted to plant manager, and Sylvia Humphrey was promoted to contracts manager.
Augusta native earns academic distinction
James Gregory Malcolm, of Augusta, earned inclusion on the Faculty Honors list at Georgia Institute of Technology for the summer semester 2002. Only undergraduates students with a 4.0 academic average for the semester are eligible for the list.
Two Evans natives make dean's list
Sean Herbert Coleman and Andrew Lawrence Raines, both of Evans, earned membership on the Georgia Institute of Technology's Dean's List for summer 2002 semester. Only undergraduate students earning a 3.0 or higher academic average for the semester are eligible for the list.
Evans native makes President's List
Deanna Griffin, of Evans, was named to the Georgie College and State University's President's List for 2002 summer semester. To be selected for the list, a student must earn a minimum 4.0 grade point average for 12 or more hours of work attempted for the quarter.
Ruth Graham MacIntyre spoke at West Acres
Ruth Graham MacIntyre, the fourth child of the Rev. Billy and Ruth Graham, visited West Acres Baptist Church, Evans, last week for a women's conference.
More than 500 people turned out to hear MacIntyre speak candidly of struggles she faced and the strength of the Lord had given her to survive trials under the spotlight of being the daughter of such famous parents.
She also sold and autographed her book, So You're Pregnant.
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