2014 Graduations

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Best & Brightest finalist: Sarah Kate Chambley, Greenbrier High School

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SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Beta Club president, Health Occupations Students of America vice president, Beta Club secretary (11th grade), varsity golf, varsity competition and football cheer team (ninth and 10th grade.)

Sarah Kate Chambley

AWARDS AND HONORS: Georgia Certificate of Merit, third place in HOSA medical terminology region competition, certified CNA, Spanish Honors Society

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: Organized silent auction to benefit University Breast Health Center, raising $1,501.50; stuffed animal drive for Children’s Medical Center

COLLEGE/CAREER: Attend University of Georgia, majoring in psychology and pre-med

OF NOTE: Volunteer at Trinity Hospital wound care center, Hayden’s Allstars competitive cheerleading (8 years)

NOMINATOR’S NOTE: “It was through Sarah Kate’s leadership and desire to help and provide for others that Beta Club was able to do the things that it did this year. She is definitely one of the best and the brightest.” – Tony Cummings

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