Recognized at ASU
The following faculty members have been recognized Augusta State University:
Samuel Sullivan , Richard S. Wallace Distinguished Service Award; Pamela Jackson , Outstanding Teaching Award; and Trinanjan Datta , Louis K. Bell Research Award.
Wins baseball title
Hephzibah High School's junior varsity baseball team won the Richmond County Region Junior Varsity Championship.
Episcopal Day School has made the following announcements:
- Winners for the state of Georgia in the National History Day competition held by the Georgia Humanities Council -- eighth graders Madeline Edwards , first place; and Miller Murray , second place.
- National Spanish Examinations -- John Patten Moss , silver medal; and Madeline Edwards, Charlotte McDonough and Francis Medina , bronze medals.
Also, Miller Murray, Jack Guitton, Kiana Ladson, Annalaura Cranford, Cameron Cheape, Ana Harbin, Whitt Rutland, Margaret Cavanaugh, McCall Chambers, Caroline Huggins, Ellen Everitt, Rachel Scroggs and Harrison Harper , honorable mention.
Chosen for Who's Who
Amy Leigh Dalton , a graduate of Curtis Baptist High School and daughter of Bobby Gene and Joan Dalton, of Augusta, has been selected for inclusion in Who's Who in American Universities & Colleges at Young Harris (Ga.) College.
La'Toyia Jackson , a 2007 graduate of Glenn Hills High School and daughter of Hayward and Tonya Jackson, has graduated with honors from Georgia Southwestern University, Americus. She earned a bachelor of science degree in nursing.
- Navy Seaman Elizabeth R. Lathan , a 2010 graduate of Cross Creek High School and daughter of Lydia J. and Donald R. Lathan, of Hephzibah, recently completed basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.