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Andre Goodman , of Augusta State University, will represent Georgia at the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship Scholarship program in July in Lexington, Ky.

Earn college degrees

- Margaret Ann Mobley, of Augusta, has earned a master's of arts in kinesiology and sports studies from East Tennessee State University, Johnson City.

- The following Augusta students have earned degrees from Valdosta (Ga.) State University:

Brandon Edward Cheeks, bachelor of general studies degree; and Elizabeth Marie Gates , master of social work degree.

- Rebekah Anne Moody , of Augusta, has earned a bachelor of science degree, summa cum laude, from Wingate (N.C.) University.

- The following Augusta students have earned degrees from Sewanee: The University of the South, Tenn.:

James Harley Nalley , bachelor of arts in Spanish; and William Benjamin Avery , bachelor of arts degrees in economics.

- Laura Leigh Holland , of Hephzibah, has earned a bachelor of science degree in early childhood education from Berry College, Rome, Ga.

- Angelette Sykes , of Augusta, has earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from Baptist College of Health Sciences, Memphis, Tenn.

- Paul Eric Stroebel , of Augusta, was named to the dean's list for the spring semester and earned a bachelor of science in music technology degree from the University of North Carolina, Asheville.

- Linda Sullivan , of Augusta, has earned a master of science degree in biology from St. Joseph College, West Hartford, Conn.

- The following area residents have earned degrees this spring from Georgia Southern University, Statesboro:

Shacoya Baird, D'Avante Beattie, Jadwin Bignon, Winnette Bradley, Steven Calloway, Allison Cliatt, Kauren Cofer, Jonathan Cooper, David Culpepper, Michael Davis, Jill Davis and Brittany Dixon , Augusta.

Also, John Ducey, Ashley Dunn, Octavia Goodwin, John Goudelock, Cheryl Hawes, Brian Hutchinson, D'Andrea Jackson, Tiffany Jacobs, Sandra Jones and Christopher Martin , Augusta.

Also, Ashlyn Mears, Yusuf Presberry, Danielle Prestifilippo, Daniell Priebe, Jeffery Pullium, Jasmine Shepard and David Sherman , Augusta.

Also, Jesse Suarez, Dena Tankersley, Shirley Weathers, Allicia Wells and Joseph Wright , Augusta; Lissette Claudio, Kendra Durham, Sharnael Grant and LaTanya Harris , Hephzibah.

Also, Cornelius Hart, Langston Hines, Vicki Jones, Wanda Moore, Tenita Pullens, Robert Roulhac and Sandra Smith , Hephzibah; and Brian Hendrix , Blythe.

- Lee Thomas Browning , of Augusta, has been named to the dean's list for the spring 2008 semester at Valdosta (Ga.) State University.

- Tiffany D. Allen , daughter of Betty J. Allen, of Augusta, has earned a bachelor of sociology degree from the University of South Carolina.

Receives scholarship

Tiffany Denise Hobbs , a 2005 graduate of John S. Davidson Fine Arts School and daughter of Joseph and Janice Hobbs, has received the Chuck Baker Scholarship in Drama from the Department of Theatre and Films Studies at University of Georgia, Athens.

Get service awards

The Augusta-Richmond County Library has announced the following service awards:

Terry Dunbar , 25 years; Gloria Allen , 20 years; Roberta Wilder , 25 years; Tandra Almond , five years; Joanne Courtney , 20 years; and Linda Beck , 20 years.

Academic honors

The following area students have been recognized for spring 2008 semester by the University of Georgia, Athens:

Dean's list -- Tiffany Michelle Griffin, Brian Christopher Ferslew, Matthew Lawrence Vaughn, Lisa Eunhee Kim, Elisabeth M'cheyne Ames, Kristi Michelle Brenenborg and Jonathan Brown Chestnut , Augusta.

Also, Claudia Veronica Crawford, Virginia Ellen Dent, Ansley Megan Diebold, Molly Elizabeth Grady, Grace Leah Hudson, Katelyn Elizabeth Snell and Michael Broughten Whitlow , Augusta.

Also, George Gostin Robertson, Sallie Martin Long, Dorothy Mobley Moss, Cynthia Marie Illy, Erin Melinda Innis and Andrew David Gonzalez , Augusta.

Also, Alice Frances Garren , Augusta; and Andre Alexander Lewis, Matthew Miles Mack and Ashley Renee Lovett , Hephzibah.

President's list -- Amy Lynn Kendrick , Augusta.

Donates hair to Locks

Holden Faith Starling , 5, recently donated her hair to Locks of Love.

Earn college degrees

Taylor Cowden, Marion McGowan and Nicholas Stitt , graduates of Westside High School, have been selected to receive Civilian Marksmanship Program Reserve Officers' Training Corps scholarships for the 2008-09 academic year.

Get Halo award

Augusta Urban Ministries and the Burlington Coat Factory store have received a Gold Halo Award for local/national integration given by the Cause Marketing Forum for their participation in the Warm Coats & Warm Hearts Coat Drive, sponsored by ABC News' Good Morning America .

Teachers in program

The following area teachers will participate in the National Academy, sponsored by Exxon Mobil Corp. and the Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy:

Adrianne Bogans, Denise Reid and LaChandra Thomas-Mole , Wilkinson Gardens Elementary; Miranda Johnson, Sally Myles and Verdis Thomas , Diamond Lakes Elementary; and Sheila Murphy, Rashad Reynolds and Brenda Taylor , Craig-Houghton Elementary.

Receive certificates

The Rev. Charles E. Goodman Jr. and the Rev. James A. Hogan Sr. have received certificates of appreciation from the Augusta branch of the NAACP.

Win gold medals

The following area students were Gold Medalists at the NAACP National Convention:

Chavonne Broddie , John S. Davidson Fine Arts School, vocal/jazz contemporary; Timothy Jenkins , Academy of Richmond County, instrumental classical performance; and Jasmine Hines , Davidson, classical/vocal performance.

Gets NAACP award

The Augusta branch of the NAACP has received the Southeast Region Ruby Hurley Award for Outstanding Programmatic Activities.

Optometrist gets post

Dr. Thomas Casella , of Augusta, has been elected treasurer of the Georgia Optometric Association.

Get scholarships

Aaron Thomas , of A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet High School, and Knyatte Mitchell , of the Academy of Richmond County, have received $2,500 scholarships from Bi-Lo LLC and 100 Black Men of Augusta.


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