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Drew Tutton, GM, Ed Voyles Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and 1st Sgt. Kathryn Burns, Cobb County School District TOTY. Kathryn is a JROTC teacher at Campbell High School.

Bill Brantley, Ed Voyles Automotive Group presiden/COO; Ginny Lyons, Chalker Elementary School TOTY; and Don Marlowe, Ed Voyles Honda Fleet Manager.


S Julie Pinto, Marietta City Schools TOTY, and John Schibi, GM, Ed Voyles Hyundai and Ed Voyles Kia. Julie is a math teacher at Marietta High School.

Bill Brantley and Carol Mickus, Cooper School TOTY. 92  Middle

aluting education in Cobb County, the Cobb Chamber celebrated 27 years of Give Our Schools a Hand (GOSH), with three events that brought together educators, students, parents, businesses and community leaders. The handprints of the 2015 Teachers of the Year (TOTY) were unveiled at a public ceremony at Glover Park on the Marietta Square, as 1st Sgt. Kathryn Burns from the Cobb School District and Julie Pinto from Marietta City Schools became the 27th pair to leave their handprint legacy on the Teacher Walk of Honor. A breakfast and pep rally were subsequently held to honor all Cobb County and Marietta City and post-secondary TOTY at Roswell Street Baptist Church, where students cheered on their favorite teachers and enjoyed school-sponsored dance and musical entertainment. Ed Voyles Automotive Group additionally presented a one-year lease on a new car of their choice to both Burns and Pinto, as well as to Cobb’s elementary and middle school top TOTY: Ginny Lyons and Carol Mickus.

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Summer 2016  
Summer 2016