Indiana Wesleyan graduate
Sandra Michelle Reed, of Grovetown, graduated with a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University.
Argosy University doctorate given
Lamonica Lewis, of Martinez, received a doctor of education in educational leadership from Argosy University/Sarasota during the fall semester.
Samford Dean's List honoree
Rebecca McCall Bohler, of Martinez, was named to the Samford University Dean's List for the fall semester.
Students named resident assistants
Georgia Southern University students from Columbia County are serving as resident assistants for the 2006-07 academic year, including:
- Nathan Hartsell, of Grovetown, in Eagle Village. He is a sophomore pre-education major and is the son of Mike and April Hartsell.
- David Lyons, of Evans, in Eagle Village. He is a junior accounting major and is the son of Martha and Robert Lyons.
- Tabetha Turner, of Martinez, in Southern Courtyard. She is a senior nursing major and is the daughter of Russell and Rita Turner.
Honors given to pharmacy students
Mercer University's College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences recognized Martinez resident Earnest V. Powell during the college's honors luncheon Oct. 17 in Atlanta. Powell, a third-year pharmacy student, received a CVS/Pharmacy Scholarship award during the ceremony.
Martinez resident Kinjal Vakil, a fourth-year pharmacy student, received a merit scholarship award during the ceremony.
Students graduate from university
The following Columbia County residents are spring graduates from Georgia College & State University: Sanford T. Smallwood, of Appling, with a specialist in education degree in educational leadership; Bennett J. Williams, of Augusta, with a bachelor of science in outdoor education; Mallory C. Getts, of Evans, with a bachelor of science in economics; Donald S. Summerlin, of Grovetown, with a master of arts in history; Keri M Cuthbertson-Smith, of Martinez, with a master of education in educational leadership; Elizabeth K. Williams, of Martinez, with a specialist in education degree in educational leadership.
Bi-Lo donates for Evans High School sign
The Bi-Lo Charity Classic recently gave Evans High School $1,000. The money will go toward helping purchase an electronic sign on which the school will list information and events for students, parents and the community.
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