From The Columbia News, Feb. 15, 1968:
Homecoming queen named
Miss Brenda Robertson of Evans was elected a member of the queen's court at Brewton-Parker College recently.
Recreation, zoning boards created
The Columbia County Board of Commissioners, at its most recent meeting, gave approval for the creation of a county-wide recreation program that will give most every child an opportunity to participate in some type of supervised recreational program.
The commissioners approved a list of names of persons representing all areas of the county to serve on the recreation committee.
Also at the meeting, commissioners approved creation of a five-member Board of Zoning Appeals. This group will function as a body to study any appeal made by residents dissatisfied with the decision of the Columbia County Zoning and Ordinance Committee.
Kaye Virginia Cook has been named the 1968 STAR student for the Columbia County school system, the Harlem Women's Club announced this week.
Kay is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. J.E. Cook and is a senior at Harlem High School.
Kaye has selected Mary K. McDaniel of Harlem High as her STAR teacher because of the contribution McDaniel made to her scholastic development.
"I am so thankful for the inspiration, help and encouragement Mrs. McDaniel has given me through my high school career."
Pamela Miller was named as the STAR student for Evans High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Miller of Evans.
Pamela chose Polly Hendrix of Evans High School as her STAR teacher.
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