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/ Page 8C iR l orter June 12, 2019 N IN James Lawson (Beau) Sanders III of Forsyth was namedto .the Dean's List of Pensacola Christian Col- lege for academic achievement during the 2019 Spring semester for earning a semester grade point average of 3.00 or higher. He is the son of Jay and Cathy Sanders. Pensacola Christian College, Pensacola, Fla. is a liberal arts college with an enrollment of approximately 4,700 students and offers a variety of programs of study. The following students completed cours- es with exemplary marks and made the 2019 Spring President's List at Georgia College in Milledgeville. Students who make a term average of 4.0 on 12 or more semester credit hours at Georgia College Caitlyn M. Onstott of Forsytl} ment were named to the President's List, semester/Term 4 of 2018-19 academic graduated from the University ot Loc al students receiving recognition were: year. The Chancellors List honors full-time North Georgia (UNG) Sprifig 2019 Robert Derieux Ill of Forsyth, who undergraduate students who are registered semester and earned a Bachelor of Science is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree for at least 12 semester hours and who and mathematics (dual/ earn a grade point average of 4.0. in psychology. Almost 1,300 newly minted UNG graduates walked in spring com- mencement ceremonies held May 3-4 on UNG's Dahlonega campus. UNG granted 1,898 degrees and certificates to 1,850 graduates for the spring 2019 semester. Former Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal; Dr. Charles N. Davis, a UNG alumnus and dean of the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Commu- nication; and Joy Hawkins, executive di- rector of the Governor's Office of Student Achievement, were the keynote speakers. The university commissioned 60 mem- bers of UNG's Corps of Cadets as second in engmeermg degree); Brooke Hartman of Forsyth, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology/exercise science. The deans of each of University of North Georgia (UNG's) five colleges - the College of Arts & Letters, the Col- lege of Education, the College of Health Sciences & Professions, the Mike Cottrell College of Business, and the College of Science & Mathematics - announced those students who made their respective lists for Spring 2019. Dean's List recognition is achieved by having at least a 3.5 grade Georgia State University an- nounces that Ashlyn Dell ofFors , Kenye Mays of Forsyth and Walter l-ompa of Forsyth have been named to its President's List. To be eligible for the President's List, degree-seeking students must have earned a GPA of at least 4.0 for a minimum of nine semester hours of aca- demic credit taken at Georgia State during the fall or spring term with no incompletes for the semester. Eligible students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 for all dames taken at Georgia State. Georgia State are included on the President's List. Local lieutenants into the armed forces. UNG is point average, carrying 12 or more credit University, an enterprising urban public students are Mary Jenkins of Forsyth, one of only six senior military colleges in hours in one semester and having no grade research university, is a national leader in Holland Jones of Forsyth, Jesslca the nation and is designated as the Mili- lower than B. graduating students from widely diverse Blair of Forsyth tary College of Georgia. The university is Local students earning recognition are: backgrounds. . on track to graduate and commission 105 Clifton Clarkof Forsyth, Kayley Dale of Forsyth, Keegan George Georgia State University names The following students completed cours- military officers for the 2018-19 academic of Forsyth, Stephen Gramling of es with exemplary marks and made the year. Abigail Rigole of Forsyth and Noah Dean s List for the 2019 Spring semester at Forsyth, Gabrlelle Hartman of For- Samuelson of Juliette to the Spring Georgia College in MiUedgeville. Stu- University of North Georgia sythi Jonathan Hetzler of Culloden, dents who make a term average of at least (UNG) recognized students who achieved Caitlyn Onstott of Forsy,Sum- 3.5 on 12 or more semester credit hours a 4.0 GPA during the spring 2019 Semes- mer Sanders of Forsyth, Shelby at Georgia College are included on the ter. Students enro,lled in 12 or more credit Sims 0f Forsyth, William Wailersof Dean s List. Local students are Brittany hours in bachelor s degree programs who Forsyth, Frank Wilder of Forsyth. Green of Forsyth, Christin Wil- achieved a 4.0 grade point average were liams of Juliette, Colton Perkinsof named to the President's Honor Roll. Melissa White of Forsyth has been Forsyth, John Mcintyre of Juliette. Students enrolled in associate degree pro- named to the Chancellor's List at Troy grams who met the same level of achieve- University, Troy, Ala. for the spring 2019 Dean's List. To be eligible for the Dean's List, degree-seeking students must have earned a GPA of at least 3.5 for a min- imum of nine semester hours of academic credit taken at Georgia State during the fall or spring term with no incompletes for the semester. Eligible students By Diane Glidewell e e Summer has officially started (even though meteorologists peg the start as June 21). Monroe County Library held the Blast Off Carnival for its summer reading program on Wednesday, June 5 and welcomed about 100 children who have signed up for Summer 2019. By keeping a log of their reading, or time being read to, from now until July 31, they will be eli- gible for prizes. Children may sign up to participate any time during the sum- mer. Last summer about 600 children and teens read over 12,000 hours in Monroe County's summer reading program. A mul- titude of organizations, businesses and individu- als donate to make the program possible. Part of the program is the special performances and activi- ties offered each Tuesday,- Wednesday and Thursday for children and on Tues- day evenings for teens. This year the theme is Universe of Stories:' Robert Payne and Pa- mela Little brought their mobile science museum Some of the participants in Monroe County's summer reading kickoff carnival, including new Children's Director Jasa Brown, take a break from the waterslide, bounce house, science museum, air brush tattoos, popcorn, hot dogs and games long (Photos/Diane Glidewell) to the Blast Off Carnival for children and their adults to experience and learn from the exhibits. It shuttle flight manualsinvited to come to Mon- featured a space suit that available, roe County Clubhouse is a replica of those used Payne said that each year dressed as their favorite in the Apollo expeditions, he works to put together characters and learn about It included exhibits on exhibits that fit the sum- dairy. On Tuesday, June the moon phases, com- mer's theme. He wants 18 Marco Moonbeam will parisons of how gravity to create a museum that be at the Clubhouse at 10 on the different planets is both entertaining and a.m. with stories and po- and the moon will change educational, ems answering questions your weight and how the On Thursday, June 13, about inner and outer different length of days Monroe County Farm space. On June 19 at 11 would change your age. Bureau will sponsor an Ice a.m. Ebenezer the Sneezer There were copies of space Cream Day. Children are will be on hand to enter- back, were persuaded to enough to pose for a picture. tain Monroe County chil- dren. LewE will present his UFO Show at 10 a.m. on June 25. There will be four Edible STEAM Day programs, the first one on June 11. Check with the Library or its website for the complete schedule. 109 OI uality from Tractor in the World! G&M Enterprise Westgate Plaza BarnesviUe, GA 30214 358-3572 f m m m m m m mm mm am mm m mm .I purchase of $30 or morel I I I I I I I I I I I 8 N. 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