Jimmie Dyess Symposium

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Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith, standing, leads the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelley, from left seated, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith, standing, leads the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelley, from left seated, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Members of the Heritage Academy choir perform during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Baseball player Lou Brissie, left, meets with guests at the conclusion of the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelley, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Former baseball player Lou Brissie tells a humorous story as (from left) Captain Thomas Kelley, Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith and Carl Sanders Jr. listen during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelly, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Captain Thomas Kelley, left, tells a humorous story as Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith, center, and Carl Sanders Jr. listen during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelly, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Members of the Heritage Academy choir perform during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Captain Thomas Kelley, from left, tells a humorous story as Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith, Carl Sanders Jr. and baseball player Lou Brissie listen during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelly, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Captain Thomas Kelley, left, tells a humorous story as Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith and his wife Connor Dyess Smith, daughter of Jimmie Dyess, unveil the Jimmie Dyess Award during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelly, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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The Jimmie Dyess Award is displayed during the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelley, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Maj. Gen. USAF (Ret.) Perry Smith leads the third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. This year's symposium honored Captain Thomas G. Kelley, pictured behind Gen. Smith, Governor Carl E. Sanders Sr., represented by his son Carl Sanders Jr. and former baseball player Lou Brissie. TODD BENNETTSTAFF

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The third annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium was held at the Augusta Museum of History. The symposium is held in honor outstanding citizens who have made significant contributions to society. TODD BENNETT/STAFF

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