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Top Left: ABAC attempts to break the Guinness World Record for the largest game of Hide-and-Seek Top right: Former President Jimmy Carter cut the ribbon at the “Peanuts, Mules, and Presidents exhibit” at the Museum Left: The ABAC Chamber Singers traveled to New York City to perform Faure’s “Requiem” at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall on May 30.

Right: Dr. Bridges and others sawed a log in half Feb. 10 to announce the new bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Management with two majors in Forestry and Wildlife management. For more information on the degree visit : www.abac.edu/ag/bas_nrm/

What an exciting time to be an alumnus of ABAC! Many things are happening with both the college and the alumni association. The alumni association continues to work with the college to recruit new students to ABAC for the many different degrees being offered. Who better to tell a future ABAC student about life at the college, than the alumni? I have talked to recent graduates and it is amazing that life on the campus is much the same as it was when we attended. The ABAC Alumni Association is sponsoring ABAC meetings throughout the state. There have been meetings at West Point, Bainbridge and Griffin with more planned. These meetings are an opportunity to meet with the ABAC president and other ABAC officials to hear about the changes that are occurring on the campus. More importantly, it is an opportunity to see friends who also attended ABAC and talk about old times. Now is the time to become an active member of the ABAC Alumni Association by joining. The alumni association is doing more programs, such as the fore mentioned ABAC gatherings, student recruitment and the Donaldson award which is given at graduation in the fall and spring. Membership with the association gives stronger support to both the association and the college. This March, we will host Celebrate ABAC 2012. The Class of 1962 will celebrate their Golden Anniversary. The rodeo is back for a second year and will be very exciting. Also, on Friday night, an “Evening for ABAC� will be held to raise funds for scholarships for ABAC scholars. On Saturday morning, the ABAC Alumni awards will be presented. This is going to be a fun packed weekend, so make plans to be at ABAC! We hope you enjoy this electronic version of the Alumni Update. With drastic budget reductions and electronic communications today's norm, we believe this medium will provide our graduates more up-to-date stories at a muchreduced expense. We look forward to hearing from you and I hope to see you soon! George V. Granade ABAC Class of 1974 President, ABAC Alumni Association

Happy New Year! As you will see in this edition of the Alumni Newsletter, 2011 was a very exciting year for ABAC. We began offering two more baccalaureate degrees, had a visit from a former President of the United States, continued work to reopen the three original buildings and much more! ABAC hosted many successful events including the Celebrate ABAC weekend, where the ABAC rodeo returned to campus, and the second annual Family Weekend. Each of these events brought lots of alumni, parents and friends of the college back to campus. 2011 was also a successful year for ABAC students. Chandler Bartley, an Agriculture Education major from Dalton, was our second Washington Intern who spent the fall semester in D.C. working with Senator Saxby Chambliss . Alpha Gamma Rho became an official chapter, a team of ABAC Rural Study students competed among top Georgia institutions and placed 2nd in the USG Social Business and Microcredit Forum, and ABAC alumnus Cain Thurmond was elected FFA National Vice President. ABAC anticipates an equally exciting year for 2012 and I hope you enjoy this electronic newsletter. I look forward to seeing you on campus for Celebrate ABAC Weekend March 2 and 3. initiated Class of 1978

Tift Hall Opening This Spring Construction continues on the front campus project, but Tift Hall is almost complete and will reopen this spring. Lewis and Herring Halls should be ready early next year. ABAC looks forward to re-opening the front door of campus.

Looking Back at the 2011 ABAC Accomplishments Two new bachelor’s degrees in the academic curriculum and a visit by a former president of the United States highlighted the 2011 calendar year at ABAC.

 President David Bridges announced a

Green from Tifton was selected as Mr. ABAC 2011. Both students were members of the ABAC Ambassadors.

 ABAC Alumni Association award win-

ship of all activities at ABAC on the Square in Moultrie, replacing Kay Powell, who expressed a desire to return to the classroom. Dillard was previously the Vice President for Student Affairs. Academic Affairs Vice President Niles Reddick assumed those duties along with Dean of Students Bernice Hughes.

ners at the annual Celebrate ABAC weekend were Mack Crawford of Zebulon, Distinguished Alumnus; Jodi Rayl Snow  The AET Club debuted a new Agco from Belle Glade, Allis 9650 pulling tractor on March 19. Fla., Outstanding The club also completed renovations Young Alumnus; to the original ABAC pulling tractor, Terry Clark from “Cracker Jack.” Moultrie, Master  Bridges joined Dr. Ray Bar- ABAC began offering a B.S. in  Melanie Partlow, assistant professor Farmer; Dr. Jerry ber in Evans Hall on June 9 of mathematics and Quality EnhanceBiology last fall. For more infor- W. Johnson to announce another bachement Plan Direcmation on the degree visit : from Griffin, J. lor’s degree program in bitor, received the Lamar Branch ology, designed for students www.abac.edu/sm/bachelor/ 2011 Regents’ Award; Suellen pursuing a career in biology Teaching ExcelColeman Perry from Moultrie, Outas well as for those who want to enter lence award at the standing Educator; Mark Mobley professional schools in such areas as seventh annual from Moultrie, Outstanding Busimedicine, dentistry, and veterinary Regents’ Awards ness Leader; Dr. Jay Williams from medicine. for Excellence in Albany, Outstanding Health Care Education Cele Former President Jimmy Carter cut Professional; and Alan Kramer bration on March the ribbon on an exhibit which honors from Tifton and Tommy Irvin from 26. Ken Newkirk his many accomplishHabersham County, retired on March ments at the Georgia Honorary Alumni. The 31 after 35 years of service directing Museum of Agriculture Ollie E. McMillan family the Upward Bound Program. and Historic Village on from Berrien County Oct. 8. The exhibit will  Inductees into the Athletics Hall of also received the Family remain on display Fame on April 2 included the 1995 Legacy Award. through April, 2012. national championship women’s soft Due to popular deABAC began its second ball team, Kyle Farnsworth, Benny mand, the ABAC year of operating the Dees, Harley Stewart, Alumni AssociaMuseum as a part of its and A.B. Malloy. On tion brought campus on July 1. the same day, a new Former President Jimmy Carter back a “Gee scoreboard for the  The year actually had an at ABAC for the ribbon cutting. Haw, Whoa ABAC Fillies’ softball auspicious debut when Back” rodeo to team was dedicated in the first day of spring term classes the Celebrate ABAC weeka ceremony which was cancelled on Jan. 10 because of end. Grand Ole Opry memhonored donors A.B. inclement weather which left the ber Mike Snider headlined Malloy, the Spurlin roads in the area iced over. Classes the ABAC Foundation’s Bridges placed the 100th family, and the ABAC began on Jan. 11. “Evening for ABAC” scholar- Birthday Time Capsule in the Fillies softball alum Matthew Keen, a rural studies major ship fundraiser at the Muserenovated Tift Hall. nae. from Nashville, won the $3,000 top um during the weekend.  Kevin Vantrees, a freshman from award for the William Zimmer Prize in  Bridges placed the 100th Birthday Douglasville, was elected president Art Criticism. Dr. Chrystle Ross, Time Capsule in a compartment in the of the ABAC SGA in the spring elecChief Information Officer, announced history room of the renovated Tift Hall tion. Faculty member Dustin Bass a new website portal titled on March 8. The capsule was sealed received the Impact Award, and Di“myABAC” designed to make web on April 5, 2008 at the 100th birthday rector of Student Activities Kris Liebeaccess easier for ABAC students. celebration at Homecoming. gott received the SGA President’s  Laurel Higginbotham from Baxley was  Dr. Gail Dillard took over the leaderAward. crowned Ms. ABAC 2011. Bernard new bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Management with majors in forestry and wildlife management on Feb. 10 when he and Dr. Rod Brown sawed a log in half as a symbolic start to the program in the Agricultural Sciences building.

 Michael Arena from Fitzgerald was

sition and Communication ceremony.

Workshop celebrated its 50th anniversary with its annual camp at ABAC on June 5-9. Bridges attended the camp when he was a high school student.

selected as the top academic student  Governor Nathan Deal was the guest at ABAC during the Honors Day cerespeaker at the spring commencement mony when he was named the J.G. ceremony. Cain Thurmond from JefWoodroof Scholar. Faculty-staff ferson received the Donaldson award winners were Donna Hatcher, Award. Thirty-one students received  Ross retired on June 15 from her posiW. Bruce and Rosalyn Ray Donaldson tion of Chief Information Officer. She bachelor’s degrees, the largest numAward for Teachserved the college in a variety of ber ever to receive ing Excellence; roles since her first day on the job on bachelor’s degrees Dr. Amy Willis, Sept. 10, 1979. at an ABAC comRoy R. Jackson, Sr., mencement.  Fireworks lit up the skies over the Award for Staff Georgia Museum of Agriculture and  Kristen Ray from Excellence; Dr. Historic Village on July 2 for the annuAlma was one of six Ray Barber, E. al Independence Day Celebration at students nationLanier Carson the site. Country music artist Kevin wide selected to Award for adminSport headlined a concert that evenserve on the Famiistrators; and Dr. ing. It was the 35th anniversary of the ly, Career, and Mary Ellen Hicks, The ABAC Fillies won their 18th consecufounding of the museum, known origiCommunity LeadW. Bruce and tive Region XVII state championship. nally as the Agrirama. A 400-pound ers of America Rosalyn Ray Doncake made to resemble the Museum’s Leadership Training Team. Ben Benaldson Excellence in Advising Award. steam train was designed to feed over nett from Valdosta received the PresiRetirement plaques were presented 600 people. dential Scholarship for 2011-12. He is to Stephanie Holcombe, Ken Newkirk, the state FFA president.  Four Jerry Edwards, Dr. Larry McGruder, athletes  Dr. Darby Sewell, Dean of and Mike Chason. at ABAC the School of Human Sci Most Valuable Player Chanel Cunwere ences, graduated from the ningham led the Fillies selected University System of to their 18th consecutive for Georgia (USG) ExecRegion XVII state tennis NJCAA utive Leadership Inchampionship on April Exemstitute. The ABAC 22. The Stallions also plary Chamber Singers The first ABAC students graduated from the Acawon the men’s title. Alan performed at Lincoln unique Rural Studies program in May 2011. demic Kramer was named Center in New York Coach of the Year for Achievement Awards. They included City on May 30. Dr. Susan Roe both women’s and men’s Alexander Byrd from Byron on the directs the group. Chason retired June 1 tennis in the state. The baseball team, Case Gard from Lake Chason retired as the ABAC Fillies finished fifth, and land, Fla., on the golf team, Charles public relations director on June 1. the Stallions wound up eighth in their Griffin, Jr., from Tifton on the men’s He began his ABAC career on May respective national tournaments. tennis team, and Darylanne Thomp15, 1979. Ashley Williamson was  Bass was named the National Outson from Perry on the softball team. named Interim standing Advisor by Director of  The U.S. Department of Education the National Agrinamed ABAC as one of America’s Public RelaBusiness Association Most Affordable Colleges. Tuition tions. in Kansas City. The and fees for the 2009-10 year at ABAC  Deal’s signaABAC Cattlemen’s were $2,696, well below the national ture on the Club won the College average of $6,397. state budget Aggies Online Scholallowed ABAC  Shawn Thomas was named the new arship Competition of Director of Student Financial Services to continue the Animal Agriculture on July 5. Dr. Jeff Newberry was sework on the Cain Thurmond from Jefferson received Alliance. lected to serve as the new faculty adhistoric front of the Donaldson Award at the May com The ABAC English mencement ceremony. Full story at: visor to the student newspaper, “The campus project Department in the http://goo.gl/HLqGB Stallion”. He also advises the ABAC with $3.25 milSchool of Liberal Arts literary magazine, “Pegasus”. lion in the received the Diana Hacker Outstandbudget to further the rehabilitation of  Beth Bland Oleson (Class of ’99) was ing Programs in English award at the Tift Hall, Lewis Hall, and Herring Hall. the guest speaker at the annual Fresh2011 Conference on College Compoman Convocation on Aug. 14.  The Natural Resources Conservation

the Week. Attila Szekes was named the new general manager of Sodexo and Plant Operations at ABAC.

 The State Traditional Arts Research Archive is now on loan to ABAC and makes available to the community over 3,000 items including photos, videos, sound recordings, books, and research field notes.

 Medal of Honor recipient and retired Major General of the Marine Corps James Livingston was the fall commencement speaker. William Rogers from Brunswick received the Donaldson Award.

 ABAC set the Ameri-

can record for the largest game of hide-andseek on Nov. 9 with 419  Dr. Brian Ray spent the sumBeth Bland Oleson students participating. mer in London as a co-site Liebegott coordinated director for the USG Europethe event. Reddick was honored an Council for its England Summer by the College of Arts and Sciences at Valdosta State University as an Outstanding Alumnus in the area of Philosophy.

Livingston

 Sigma Alpha will become the first sorority on the ABAC campus on Jan. 20,

 Melvin Merrill received

An ABAC team of Rural Studies students finished second in the USG Social Business and Microcredit Forum. To read the complete story visit: http://goo.gl/iyXXQ Study Abroad Program.

 Dr. Bobbie Robinson and Dr. John Farrar were selected for the USG Executive Leadership Institute. Van McGriff retired after 26 years at ABAC. Tarrah Mirus became the ABAC Registrar on Sept. 1.

 Melissa Johnson set the ABAC record for goals scored in a soccer season and was named the National Junior College Athletic Association Player of

a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Georgia Education Advancement Council on Nov. 17. AT&T Georgia presented ABAC with $2,500 to be used for the scholarship program.

 An ABAC team of Rural Studies students finished second in the USG Social Business and Microcredit Forum. Former ABAC President Stanley Anderson passed away on Nov. 26. He served as president from 1975 through 1984.  Dr. Zsuzanna Boegre, a Fulbright Scholar from Hungary, will teach classes at ABAC during the fall and spring terms.

William Rogers received the Donaldson Award in December. http://goo.gl/2RqXd 2012. ABAC student Randi Walden received a Wine and Spirits Wholesalers scholarship worth $2,776. Marie Davis was named the interim director of the Baldwin Library.

Boegre is serving as a Fulbright Scholar at ABAC. Full story: http://goo.gl/AIhrg

Alpha Gamma Rho Chapter Installed at ABAC Forty-six brothers of the Gamma Delta chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho were initiated on December 11, 2011. AGR was the first greek organization to colonize on the ABAC campus.

ACTIONS Team Update

The Alumni Connecting To Involved and Outstanding Students (ACTIONS) team met in October to refresh the veterans on the great things happening at ABAC and to introduce the new members to the team. The meeting coincided with Family Weekend, so we not only interacted with each other but with our current students and their families as well! ACTIONS Team members: Amber Davis Collins Kevin Morgan Barbara Grogan Kim Bridges Bobby Barber Marsha Calloway* Chuck Scarborough Melody Wilkes* Daren Deal* Mike Davis Frankie Hall Nita White* George Grenade Scott Carlson Jodie Snow *new Team members As always, the ACTIONS Team was ready to hit the ground running this year! They have been a great asset to the Admissions Team by assisting at PROBE and College Fairs, visiting high schools, generating prospects, and building relationships with prospective students and their families. We always encourage students and families to visit the campus to see first-hand the many opportunities available at ABAC, and this year under the direction of George Grenade, ABAC Alumni President and ACTIONS Team member, we brought ABAC to communities throughout the state. ABAC Family events were hosted in West Point, Bainbridge, and Griffin. Amber Davis-Collins is wearing her ACTIONS hat well by hosting an event this spring in Murray County. Please let Donna Webb (dwebb@abac.edu) know if you are interested in being a part of the ACTIONS team, know students who may find ABAC an ideal fit for them, and/or want to host an event to help connect members of your community with ABAC. As alumni, you lived the ABAC life so please help us tell the ABAC story!

President David Bridges ‘78 speaks to prospective students at the Griffin alumni event. ACTIONS team member and Alumni Board President, George Grenade, organized the event.

Alumnus Helps Develop Orphanage Alumni Stan Hutchinson ‘68 and his wife, Marci, have helped develop an orphanage in Nigeria called Walking Love Ministries. For more information visit: www.walkinginloveministries.com

Former Governor Speaks At ABAC Golf Tournament Former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue (center) spoke on the importance of agriculture in Georgia to all the golfers and guests at the ABAC Ag Classic golf tournament luncheon in October at ABAC's Forest Lakes Golf Club. ABAC alumnus Jessie Reed (left) works for Perdue at AgrowStar, a company which sponsored a team in the tournament. Reed, a grain merchandiser, graduated from ABAC with a bachelor's degree in Diversified Agriculture in May 2011. Hosted by the Ag Alumni Council, the tournament raises scholarship funds for the students in the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

William A. Brannen (’50) of Waynesboro, GA died on August 2, 2011. A reception was held honoring John M. Davis (’65) former CEO of First Community Bank in Tifton and welcoming his son, John Michael Davis (’05) as new CEO on Thursday May 19, 2011. Bonne Cella (’73) has published a book about the life of turfgrass pioneer Ray Jensen. Chuck Williams ('75) was elected in August 2011 to the Georgia House of Representatives in a special election. Randy Sauls (’75), was named CEO at South Georgia Medical Center on August 1, 2011. Melvin Everson (‘76) will succeed Gordon L. Joyner as director of the Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity. James Emmett Terry (‘76) of Tifton, GA died on September 2, 2011 Roger Wayne Register (’78) of Fitzgerald, GA died on July 23, 2011. Lee James Hodges (’86) of Hahira died Sept. 11, 2011. Tifton native, Rowell Daniels (‘88), was named associate dean at UNC School of Pharmacy Wanda Harrell McLemore (’88) of Tifton died on August 8, 2011. Tifton native Laura Turner Beyer (’90) has been appointed by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to the position of U.S. Bankruptcy Judge for the Western District of North Carolina. Stephanie Marie Prorok and Travis Ryan Boyette (’94), were united in marriage, Saturday, May 28, 2011. Cliff (’95) and Carmen Henderson of Tifton, GA announced the birth of their daughter, Claire Stewart Henderson, born May 27, 2011. Beth Bland Oleson (’99) was the featured speaker on August 14, 2011 at the annual freshman convocation held at ABAC. Ryan(’05) and Meredith Rutland (’05) of Tifton proudly announced the birth of their son, Bryce David Rutland on May

19, 2011. Engagement : Eve Copeland (’05), to Peter Guevara Jr. Brett (’06) and Christy McMillan (’03) announced the birth of their daughter, Gracie Allen McMillan, on May 2, 2011. Engagement: Tonya Nicole Giddens (’06) to William Joseph (Jo Jo) Land. Engagement: Anna Louise Bowden (’07) to Bryan Stuart Roberts Engagement: Allison Paige Spampinato (’08), to Brandon Roy Bennett (’08) Engagement: Rebecca Diane Head (‘09), to John Thomas Rakestraw. ABAC Fillies Softball Field Scoreboard dedication was held on April 2, 2011 in memory of Mr. Jimmy Spurlin and Mr. A.B. Malloy, former faculty of ABAC, to recognize former Fillie players. Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Emory E. Giles (ABAC faculty 1969-1998) and his wife Eleanor celebrated their 50th Wedding anniversary on July 2, 2011. William Irwin "Bill" Bowen, Sr., ABAC Foundation Board Member, of Tifton died Monday, September 5, 2011. George Mitchell Chambliss died on Sept. 3, 2011. Mr. Waiyaki Joel Njoroge, 25, of Los Angeles, Calif., formerly of Tifton, died Saturday, July 9, 2011. Elva Mills (’46), of Nashville, GA died on Oct. 20, 2011. Jordan Pope, Sales Associate with the Tifton Office, was recognized and honored with the ruby level CENTURY 21 Masters Award. William “Dean” Long (’48) sported his letter sweater at the ABAC alumni gathering. Dr. Jeff Newberry has been announced as the new faculty advisor of The Stallion. Leon Baker Sr., of Enigma, died Sunday, July 31, 2011. James E. (’74) and Hazel M. Cattell of Tifton were married 60 years ago July 28, 1951 in Tifton. Chandler Bartley, an Agricultural Education Major at ABAC, spent his fall Semester in Washing-

ABAC Alumna Turns 98 Mary Threatte (’32) from Lakeland received a nice surprise on her 98th birthday recently when Mike Chason from the public relations office at ABAC presented her with a framed copy of three pen and ink drawings of historic spots on the ABAC campus. Ms. Threatte and her late husband, Jim, were members of the Class of '32 at ABAC when it was called the Georgia State College For Men. Chason was a student in the Lanier County School System when Ms. Threatte was a fifth grade teacher, and Mr. Threatte was the County School Superintendent.

ton, D.C. as an intern for Senator Saxby Chambliss through the Staplcotn/ ABAC Legislative Scholarship Program. James Hollis “Snooks” Tillman (’49) of Moultrie, GA. died Oct. 12, 2011. Roy David Whaley (’86) Riverdale, GA. died Oct. 11, 2011. Dalton Avon "D. A." Law (’45) of Chula, GA. died Oct. 17, 2011. George “Bob” Reinhardt, Sr. ABAC Foundation Board Member, of Tifton died February 20, 2011. Judy Burke Bynum (’74), was elected in November 2011 to the Board of Directors of the Federation of State Humanities Councils, the membership association of the 55 state and territorial councils. Deidra & Rollins Jackson announced the birth of their daughter, Madeline Lea Jackson, on December 30, 2011. J. Mark Mobley, Jr. (’80), was appointed by Governor Deal to the Board of Natural Resources. Charles T. Hall (’70), President and CEO, Association Services Group of LaGrange, GA received The Clifford M. Clarke Award, GSAE’s highest level of recognition. Dr. Stanley Robert Anderson, age 91, of Norwalk, Ohio died November 26, 2011. Nancy Dean Bowman (’50) of Winder, GA. died on Dec. 18, 2011. Betty Sue Perry (’74) of Ocilla, GA. died December 17, 2011. Allison Denise Haynie of Cordele and Joshua Seth Morey (’04) of Albany were united in marriage July 16, 2011. Ivey Rebecca Ellis and Daniel Edward Holt both of Alabama were united in marriage December 17, 2011. Jeremy (’98) and Meghan Law announced the birth of their son, Dixon Hayes Law, on October 20, 2011. Jimmy L. Allen (’63) named to Georgia Forestry Commission Board Raymond Jackson "Jack" Young, Jr (’66) of Tifton died November 21, 2011.

Former students will be honored at the annual ABAC Alumni Association awards ceremony as a part of the Celebrate ABAC weekend on March 3 at 11 a.m. at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, now operated by ABAC. Open to anyone who would like to attend at a cost of $25, the brunch ceremony at the Museum conference area will recognize ABAC alumni who impacted the college and their communities in significant ways. For more information on the Celebrate ABAC weekend, contact the ABAC College Advancement office at (229) 391-4900 or visit the web site at www.abac.edu/celebrate.

2012 ABAC ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS HELEN BROWN SASSER AWARD: Mrs. Nancy Gurley Jenkins (‘73) DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD: Mr. Cook Holliday (‘65) J. LAMAR BRANCH AWARD: Mr. Von G. Peavy (‘77) OUTSTANDING BUSINESS LEADER AWARD: Mr. John Redding (‘62) OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR AWARD: Dr. Mary Ellen Hicks (‘83) OUTSTANDING YOUNG ALUMNUS AWARD: Ms. Barbara Grogan (‘98) HONORARY ALUMNUS: Mr. Garth Webb (Director of Admissions from 1974-2002) FAMILY LEGACY AWARD: Johnny Clark Family

Former ABAC student athletes and coaches will be honored at the fifth annual ABAC Athletics Hall of Fame ceremony on March 3 at 5:30 p.m. in the Grand Lobby of ABAC Lakeside. Tickets are now available at a cost of $30 per person for the induction dinner on March 3, which is a part of the Celebrate ABAC Alumni Weekend activities. Tickets can be purchased from the ABAC Athletics Office by calling Shirley Wilson at (229) 391-4930.

2012 ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 1996 National Championship Softball Team William E. Batton—Basketball 1949-50 Greg Tanner—Coach of the 1995 Championship Softball team Donald Veal—Basketball Coach 1977-03 Jean Francois Lagloire—National Championship Tennis Player 1989-90

ABAC Athletics Hall of Fame March 3 @ 5:30 p.m. Call Shirley Wilson for more information 229-391-4832

Register Now for Celebrate ABAC by visiting www.abac.edu/celebrate or call 229-391-4900 Don’t Forget

February 11 April 14 Come to Tifton, Georgia and see what ABAC has to offer during Stallion Day. Join us for a day of informational sessions, interactive classes, tours and much more! For more information visit www.abac.edu/stalliondays


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