MOULTRIE — Moultrie Technical College announced its 21 student nominees for the 2013 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership on Jan. 9, according to Lisa Newton, MTC’s GOAL coordinator. Annual GOAL winners represent MTC as the Student of the Year. Moultrie Tech’s winner will represent the college in its four-county service area of Colquitt, Tift, Turner and Worth and will be announced on Jan. 29 at an awards luncheon in Moultrie. A statewide winner will be selected in April. Pictured are the 2013 GOAL nominees who either attend one of the MTC campuses in Moultrie or reside near the Moultrie campuses. Front row, from left, are Cindy Coney, Anna Odom, Alanna Tillery, Lindsey Lumpkin, Elizabeth Felts, Gayle Campero and Michele Bell. On the back row, from left, are Samuel Soosani, John Bruns, LaToya Posey, Ellen McCorvey and Brooks Baker. Not pictured are nominees Lillie Hill, Veronica Watts and Nathan Wilburn.
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CCHS A Cappella Choir entertains at state conference
The Colquitt County High School A Cappella Choir recently performed at the 2013 Georgia School Boards Association / Georgia School Superintendents Association’s annual conference held at the Renaissance Waverly in Atlanta.
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Smith advancing to FFA Nationals
On Dec, 7, Meagan Smith competed in the FFA Job Interview State competition and earned first place, which gives her the right to compete in the National Competition to be held in October in Louisville, Ky.
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ABAC, ABAC on Square to close for holidays on Friday
In emails Thursday, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College announced holiday closings for each of its sites: ABAC in Tifton, ABAC on the Square in Moultrie and the Georgia Museum of Agriculture in Tifton.
R.B. Wright students collect toys with Toy Run
Students at R.B. Wright Elementary School, along with their teachers, administrators and parents, participated Dec. 4 in the Third Annual R.B. Wright Toy Run to collect toys for the Children’s Cheer and Toy Shop.
Y Club students take on government roles
While most were visiting family or resting at home over the Thanksgiving break, three Colquitt County High school students were hard at work in the state’s capitol.
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