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Sunday, May 19, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

Newnan High School

Student honors 2019

• Photos of scholarship recipients • 2019 Newnan High School award presentations • Photos of 2019 honors graduates • A letter to seniors from Principal Chase Puckett

Newnan High School Student Honors 2019 Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Sunday, May 19, 2019

Photos by Anthony Oresteen Valedictorian Radford Wyrick and Salutatorian Madison Cramer.

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2D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

NHS Honors 2019

Front from left, Valedictorian Radford Wyrick and Salutatorian Madison Cramer; back, Winston Dowdell, Superintendent Dr. Steve Barker, Amy Dees, Frank Farmer, Mark Guy, Larry Robertson, Beth Barnett and Sue Brown.


Sunday, May 19, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 3D

NHS Honors 2019 Georgia Certificate of Merit: Front, from left, Dane Lindon, Bailey Barnett, Cassandra Herrera, Grace Smith, Michaela Fuller and Victoria Sacasa; second row, Anastasia Mattingly, Haleigh Green, Jace Jessup, Carter Gatland, Miya Bleth and Malena Powers; third row, Gray Johns, Jaxon Jessup, Grant Whitaker, Emory Palmer, Brice Dumas, Madison Doughty; back row, Justin Young, Jackson Parnell, Mary Headley, Stephen Abbott, Zachary Quick and Kenyatta Ward, Jr.

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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

NHS Honors 2019

Honor Graduates: Emily Nipper, Joshua Rechy, Sarah Paschal, Elizabeth Woodham, Katelyn Spivey, Ellie Oldham, Anna Grace Rogers, McKenna Stanford, Heather Sibley and Sean Odom, Cora Rakestraw; second row, Patricia Moss, Mylicia Nary, Ashley VanSant, Ashleigh Smitherman, Katherine Ward, Mackenzie Snyder, Thomas Roberts and Romina Subia; third row, Logan Rivera, Nathaniel Pylant, Brianna Slay, Madeline Wall, Katherine Young, Karley Thompson, Katherine Williams, Jade Moore, Jared Werner, Luther Morgan and Austin Stewart; third row, Terrell Pylant, Hannah Strickland, Jenna Stover, Britney Williams, Hailee Williams, Guadalupe Rodriguez, Angello Sanon, Yannick Powder, Sam Moran and Daniel Sewell; fifth row, Jaden Porter, Rishana Young, Zoe Shreckengost, Courtney Schlottman, Christy Torchon, David Ponce, Will Thomas, Jostyn Romero, Jordyn Young, Conner Prescott and Caleb Morris; sixth row, Luke Sherman, Benjamin Shirley, Matthew Scoby, Garrett Womack, Andrew Parker, Natalia Warthen, Carl Robertson, Ryan Potts, Benne Wagner, Hutch Tripp and Taylor Price.

Future Georgia Educators Honor Society: front, from left, Makenzie Snyder, Taysa Bolton and Veronica Iezzi; back, Molly Daniel, Taylor Freeman, Liberty New, Madilyn Ellsworth and Austin Thornton.

Kiwanis Key Leader & Arts & Sciences Achievement Awards: front, from left, Sarah Paschal, Nathaniel Pylant and Mackenzie Farmer; back,Cherie Bell.

Honor Graduates: Front, from left, Mikaela Gossett, Courtney Minix, Katelyn Hinesley, Tuyen Le, Trevon Hewitt, Adrian Faircloth, Hannah Grunau, Caleb McCollum, Carson Hamlin, Tiyanna Echols; second row, Madison Edwards, Sukaina Momin, Anna Grace Goodwin, Tori Gravitt, Madilyn Ellsworth, AmyBeth Lee, Ryanne Hart, Ayanna Daniels, Taylor Freeman and Taschina Echols; third row, Hailee Hartfree, Kendall Jackson, Marissa Garland, Haven Helton, Caroline Headley, Madison Headley, Kellen Lynch, Spencer Matthews and Chloe Gwinn; fourth row, MacKenzie Farmer, Gabrielle Dunn, Lawson Howard, Olivia Law, Jaqueline Martinez, Sonny Delduco and Carson Knight; Fifth row, Ethan Hawkins, Savannah Ford, Kristian Griffis, Janie Edgar, Molly Daniel, Harrison Drake, Parker Ferguson, Dev Lakwani, Beck Glover and Stella Janas; Sixth row, Carlos Kanzler Matos, Brianna Doster, Samuel Martin, James Markel, Kyler James, Zack Mapp, Thomas Kelleher, Malik Hussie, Tyriq Hussie and Sydney Hall.


Sunday, May 19, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 5D

NHS Honors 2019

Special Naval Academy Appointment: front, from left, Radford Wyrick and Carson Knight; back, Winston Dowdell, Superintendent Dr. Steve Barker, Amy Dees, Frank Farmer, Mark Guy, Larry Robertson, Beth Barnett and Sue Brown.

Newnan-Fairburn Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity: front, from left, Taren Brown and Jaylen Crumbley; back, members of the fraternity.

Walter Homer & Mary Lois Drake Scholarship: from left, presenter Walter Drake and recipient Harrison Drake.

Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership recognition: from left, presenter Sally Brass and recipient Julius Beavers.

Hunter Scarbrough Foundation Leadership Scholarship: Joni Scarbrough, Elizabeth Woodham, Logan Hudson, & Todd Scarbrough

Governor's' Honors Program Cords: front, from left, Sarah Paschal, Natalia Warthen and Kaitlyn Adams; back, Michael Barnes.

Charter Bank Foundation Scholarship: from left, recipient Thomas Kelleher and presenter Michael Barnes.

National Honor Society (Red Cross Scholarship): from left, recipient Hailey Hartfree and presenter Susan Turner.

Centre for Performing & Visual Arts Richard Brooks Scholarship: from left, presenter JoAnne Ray, recipients Nathaniel Pyland and Austin Thornton and presenter Missy Ballentyne.


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Sunday, May 19, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

NHS Honors 2019

Madame Barber French Scholarship: from left, presenter Katie Hammond and recipient Gracie Armour.

The Alan Jackson Music Scholarship: from left, presenter Cathy Wright and recipient Heather Sibley.

Newnan High School BETA Club Scholarship: from left, presenter BETA Club Sponsor Elizabeth Lynch and recipient Courtney Schlottman.

Newnan Junior Service League Scholarship: from left, recipient Courtney Schlottman, presenter Katie Hammond and recipient Natalia Warthen.

Centre for Performing & Visual Arts Harriet Owens Alexander Art Scholarship: from left, presenter Missy Ballentyne and recipient Jacqueline Martinez.

Newnan Coweta Youth Association Scholarship: from left, recipient Benne Wagner, presenter Gary Weldon and recipient Janie Edgar.

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

NHS Honors 2019

Orchettes Civic Club Scholarship: from left, presenter Melvinor Kendrick, recipient Taren Brown and presenter Wanda Bonner.

Newnan Class of 1970 Ann McLean Memorial Scholarship: from left, presenter Kathy Stallings, recipients Madilyn Ellsworth and Kendall Jackson and presenter Susan Smith.

Bob Sandlin Touchdown Club Scholarship: from left, recipient Thomas Kelleher, presenter Coach Chip Walker, and recipient Will Anderson; not pictured, recipients Tucker Barnett and Logan Hudson.

Delta Sigma Theta Scholarship: from left, recipient Ayanna Daniel and presenter Symone Hinton; not pictured, recipient Noelle Butts.

Theta Lambda Lambda Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Scholarship: from left, recipient Taren Brown and presenter Col Arthur Davenport; not pictured, recipient Nicholas Crossing.

Newnan-Coweta Public Safety Foundation Scholarship: from left, recipient Tori Gravitt and presenter Norma Hayes.

Coweta County Sports Hall of Fame Scholarship: from left, recipient Ashleigh Smitherman and presenter Walter Drake.

Coweta Association of Retired EducaBill McGuire Spanish Scholarship: from tors Scholarship: from left, recipient left, recipient Alyssa Brauchler and pre- Jon Thomas Adcock and presenter Tisa senter Candice Sears. Stripling.

Newnan Coweta Historical Society ScholKiwanis White Oak Golden K Scholarship: from left, recipient Courtney Schlottman and arship: from left, presenter Gary Weldon and recipient Benjamin Desjerdin. presenter Malcolm Jackson.

McIntosh Masonic Lodge #735 Scholarship: from left, recipient Caroline Headley and presenter Kenn Young.

The Rotary Cup Award and Scholarship: from Abby’s Angels Foundation Scholarship: from left, recipient Mackenzie Snyder and left, presenter Cathy Wright and recipient presenter Garnet Reynolds. Heather Sibley.

Newnan Shrine Club Scholarship: from left, recipient Romina Subia and presenter Jim Jones.

Church of God of the Union Assembly Scholarship: from left, presenter Nick Tinkey, recipients Nathaniel Pylant and Kyndall Jackson and Presenter Jurandon Hughes.

Jacksonville State University Scholarship: front, from left, recipients Mackenzie Snyder, Kiley Cox and Jessica Brown; back, presenter Brent Underwood, recipients Kylar james, Hunter Bishop and Elizabeth Boatright.


Sunday, May 19, 2019  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 9D

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

NHS Honors 2019

Newnan Optimist Club Scholarship: from left, recipient Kiley Cox and presenter Jenn Nobler.

Kiwanis Club of Newnan Scholarship: presenter Cherie Bell and recipient Sam Moran.

Continental Societies Scholarship: from left, presenter Linda Dixon, recipient Coreanna Jimpson and presenter Yolanda Withers.

Chapter #483 Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship: from left, presenter Cynthia Ross, recipient Taren Brown and presenter Meriam Smith.

Seth Stapleton Memorial Scholarship: from left, presenter, recipient Max Owen and presenter Ray Stapleton.

Can’t Never Could, Inc. Scholarship: from left, recipient Hailee Hartfree, presenter Christi Estes and recipient Cierstyn Herndon.

Interdenominational Ministers Wives & Widows Council Scholarship: from left, recipient Taren Brown and presenter Lillie Geter; not pictured, recipient Sanjuan Warner.

P.E.O. Scholarship: from left, presenter Lisa Miles, recipient Romina Subia and presenter Jenelle Davenport.

Henry Kitchens Sunday School Scholarship: from left, recipient Janie Edgar and presenter Gary Weldon.

Coweta County Master Gardener Scholarship: from left, recipient Max Owen and presenter Sonjia Lambeck.

Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship (Emily Sealy): from left, presenter Kathy Stallings and recipient Mackenzie Snyder.

Distinguished Young Women Scholarship: from left, presenter Cole Croteau Memorial Scholarship: from Kristi Fenninger, recipients Anna Grace Rogers and Sarah Culbreth left, recipient Sam Moran and presenter and presenter Paige Watkins. Nathan Brian.

Captain Nicholas S. Whitlock Leadership Scholarship: from left, Jimmy Whitlock, Claire Whitlock, recipient Hutch Tripp, James Whitlock and presenter Rick Barnes.

Kingdom Connected Ministries International Scholarship: from left, recipients Taren Brown, Alyssa Brauchler and presenter Rickey Lathon.


Sunday, May 19, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

NHS Honors 2019

Jimmy Thurman Scholarship: from left, presenter Dr. Kimberly Canty, recipient Tasya Bolton and presenter Ms. Tiffany White.

Pilot Club of Newnan Scholarship: from left, recipient Coreanna Jimpson and presenter Elaine Landers.

B B & T Scholarship: from left, recipient Kevin Carden and presenter Garnet Reynolds.

Newnan Coweta Art Association Scholarship: from left, recipient Zoe Shreckengost, presenter Tammy Troyer and recipient Jacqueline Martinez.

Jolies Femmes Civic Club Scholarship: from left, recipient Taren Brown and presenter Martha Guy.

Jerry & Evelyn Singleton Future Educator Scholarship: from left, recipient Patricia Moss and presenter Ed Singleton.

Panasonic Scholarship: from left, recipient Daniel Sewell and presenter Emma Shelnutt.

Newnan-Coweta Board of Realtors Scholarship: from left, recipient Courtney Schlottman and presenter Noelle Masonheimer; not pictured, recipient Cambrie Salyards/

The Alan Wood Scholarship: from left, presenter Dr. Chase Puckett and recipient Carson Hamlin.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup: recipient Haven Crump and presenter Michael Barnes.

JoAnne Ritch Memorial Scholarship: from left, presenter Jill Exner and recipient Madilyn Ellsworth.

Newnan Utilities Lighthouse Scholarship: from left, recipient Rachel Woods and presenter Pam Lewis.

Neweta NANBPW Club, Inc. Scholarship: from left, recipient Taren Brown, presenter Jameika Powell and recipient Sydni Gilbert.


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Sunday, May 19, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

NHS Honors 2019

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14D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

NHS Honors 2019

Honor Graduates: Emily Nipper, Joshua Rechy, Sarah Paschal, Elizabeth Woodham, Katelyn Spivey, Ellie Oldham, Anna Grace Rogers, McKenna Stanford, Heather Sibley and Sean Odom, Cora Rakestraw; second row, Patricia Moss, Mylicia Nary, Ashley VanSant, Ashleigh Smitherman, Katherine Ward, Mackenzie Snyder, Thomas Roberts and Romina Subia; third row, Logan Rivera, Nathaniel Pylant, Brianna Slay, Madeline Wall, Katherine Young, Karley Thompson, Katherine Williams, Jade Moore, Jared Werner, Luther Morgan and Austin Stewart; third row, Terrell Pylant, Hannah Strickland, Jenna Stover, Britney Williams, Hailee Williams, Guadalupe Rodriguez, Angello Sanon, Yannick Powder, Sam Moran and Daniel Sewell; fifth row, Jaden Porter, Rishana Young, Zoe Shreckengost, Courtney Schlottman, Christy Torchon, David Ponce, Will Thomas, Jostyn Romero, Jordyn Young, Conner Prescott and Caleb Morris; sixth row, Luke Sherman, Benjamin Shirley, Matthew Scoby, Garrett Womack, Andrew Parker, Natalia Warthen, Carl Robertson, Ryan Potts, Benne Wagner, Hutch Tripp and Taylor Price.

Honor Graduates: Front, from left, Will Anderson, Elizabeth Boatright, Cassidy Conrey, Jennifer Caswell, Kiley Cox Katlynn Clackum, Chloe Bowman, Ansley Cost, Tasya Bolton, Elizabeth Alexander and Trinity Byrom; second row, Hunter Bishop, Jordan Cook, Lauren Alvis, Jessica Brown, Rachel Cox, Sarah Culbreth, MaKenna Archer, Patrick Boren, Jackson Carroll, Amelia Cook and Jazmine Coffin; third row, Dorien Carpenter, Carso Barnett, Rachel Woods, Haven Crump, Kaitlyn Adams, Jaylin Ball, Steven Carriger, Tony Bonomi, Davis Adams and Elizabeth Anderson; fourth row, Evan Carden, Hailey Bloom, Gabrielle Blevins, McKinney Armour, Mollie Avett, Taitum Boston, Jaylen Crumbley, Madison Cramer, Alyssa Brauchler, Jon Thomas Adock, Jasmine Carter; fifth row, Delano Cannon, Maximus Cox, Noah Brown, Taren Powell-Brown, Caden Boren, Ryan Apostolo, Markell Crenshaw and Radford Wyrick.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Phi Pi Omega Chapter Scholarship: from left, recipient Courtney Schlottman and presenter Karol Montgomery.

Keith Harden, MD Scholarship: from left, recipient Jade Moore and presenter Candice Sears.

Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship (Evelyn Singleton): from left, presenter Cathy Wright and recipient Natalia Warthen.


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16D — The Newnan Times-Herald |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

NHS Honors 2019 Outside scholarships awarded to members of the Class of 2019 NTH STAFF REPORTS

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Each year, seniors are g ra nted schola rsh ips from the colleges and universities they will attend. The se schola r sh ips are awarded based on a variety of qualifications, including academics, athletics, character, leadership and service. The following students in Newnan High School’s Class of 2019 have been awarded scholarships from their chosen colleges and universities:

Mason McK ibbon, son of Darrell McKibbon and Lisa McKibbon, has received the Outstanding Academic Achievement Scholarship from the University of North Georgia in the amount of $1,325 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $5,300.

Amelia Cook, daughter of Page Beckwith and Charles Cook, received Lipscomb University’s Academic Scholarship, Engineering Merit Scholarship, State Scholarship, Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering Scholarship, and Access to Success Scholarship in the amount of $20,500 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $82,000.

Taren Powell Brown, son of Jada Ingram, has received the Knock Knock Children’s Museum Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 per year and the Science Residential College Scholarship from Louisiana State University in the amount of $10,000 per year, both renewable for four years for a total amount of $48,000.

Mackenzie Snyder, daughter of Jason and Shannon Snyder, has received the Gamecock Spirit Scholarship from Jacksonville State University in the amount of $2,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $8,000.

Ashleigh Smitherman, daughter of Randy and Amanda Smitherman, has received an Academic and Athletic Scholarship from Truett-McConnell College in the amount of $17,500 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $70,000.

Maxwell Owen, son of Wendy Owen and Jay Owen, has received the Athletic Scholarship for the Clay Target Team from Emmanuel College.

Kiley Cox, daughter of Ashley Verdon and Eddie Cox, received a scholarship from Jacksonville State University in the amount of $3,500 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $14,000.

Alyssa Brauchler, daughter of Horst and Lynn Brauchler, has received the Samford Presidential Scholarship from Samford University in the amount of $18,500 per year, renewable for four years for a total amount of $74,000.

Austi n T hor nton, son of Nick and Sherry Thornton, has received the Florida State University College of Music Scholarship from Florida State University in the amount of $2,500 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $10,000.

Will Anderson, son of Scott and Katie Anderson, has received the Great American Rivalry Series Scholar Athlete Award in the amount of $250.

Nate Pylant, son of Terrell and Angela Pylant, has received the Academic Merit Scholarship from Belmont University in the amount of $6,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $24,000.

Sarah Culbreth, daughter of Staci Culbreth, has received the Talent and Merit Scholarship from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in the amount of $14,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $56,000.

Madeline Wall, daughter of Kevin and Denise Wall, has received the Blazer Gold Scholarship from the University of Alabama-Birmingham in the amount of $12,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $48,000.

Heather Sibley, daughter of Stephen and Stephanie Sibley, has received the Foundation Committee Award Alumni Legacy Scholarship from the University of West Georgia in the amount of $1,000.

James David Markel, son of Jim and Suzanne Markel, has received the Charter Scholarship from the University of Georgia in the amount of $2,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $8,000.

Elizabeth Woodham, daughter of Dan and Jennifer Woodham, has received the Dean’s Scholarship, the Founders Scholarship, the Leadership Scholarship, the Legacy Scholarship, and the University Scholarship from Samford University in the amount of $17,600 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $70,400.

Natalia Ferguson Warthen, daughter of John and Magda Warthen, has received the Michigan State University College of Music Scholarship, Saxophone Performance Scholarship, Samuel Hartt Scholarship and In-State Tuition Waiver Scholarship in the amount of $45,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $180,000.

R a d f o r d Wy r i c k , s on of Charles and Lee Ann Wyrick, has received an appointment to the United States Naval Academy in the amount of $106,250 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $425,000.

Maxwell Wilson, son of Cliff and Laurie Wilson, has received the Covenant College Grant and the Cultural Diversity Grant Trustees Scholarship in the amount of $13,200.

Br ianna Doster, daughter of Amanda Christy and Jim Christy, has received the Huntingdon College Academic Scholarship in the amount of $13,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total amount of $52,000.

Hutch Tripp, son of Woody and Beth Tripp, has received the Beverly Williams Waters Scholarship in the amount of $1,000.

Robert Carson Knight, son of Bobby and Leigh Knight, has received an appointment to Carl Robertson, son of Al and the United States Naval AcadKim Robertson, has received the emy in the amount of $106,250 per year, renewable for four LaGrange College Grant, the LaGrange College Work Aid and years for a total of $425,000. the LaGrange College Founders Scholarship in the combined amount of $33,968 per year, renewable for four years for a total amount of $135,872. (Not pictured.)

Luke Morgan, son of Dawn and Leigh Morgan, has received the Academic Heritage Scholarship from Auburn University in the amount of $13,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $52,000.

Ryan Scott Potts, son of Robert and Paula Potts, has received the Arizona Distinction Award from the University of Arizona in the amount of $35,000 per year, renewable for four years for a total of $140,000.


Sunday, May 12, 2019 | The Newnan Times-Herald — 17D

NHS Honors 2019

Newnan Baptist Usher Convention Scholarship: from left, recipient Matthew Scoby and presenter Christian Jackson.

Georgia Bone & Joint Scholarship: from left, presenter Dr. George Ballentyne and recipient Heather Sibley.

Coweta County Farm Bureau Scholarship: From left, presenter Leah Blessitt and recipient Anna Grace Rogers.

Piedmont Newnan Hospital Scholarship: from left, recipient Ashleigh Smitherman and presenter Sue Livingston.

ORTHOPAEDIC EXCELLENCE. CARE. O RT H O PAEXCEPTIONAL E DIC E XCE L LE NCE. EXCEPTIO NAL CAR E.

ORTHOPAEDIC E XCEL LENC E. EXC EPT ION A L CA R E.

ORTHOPAE DIC EIONA XCELLENCE. E XCE LLE NC E. EXCEPT L CA R E .EXCEPT IO NAL CA RE.


18D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 19, 2019

Congratulations!

Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Congratulates the Class of 2019 With each graduating class comes the promise of new leaders that will go on to define a better future. There’s no doubt many in the class of 2019 will help lead the way as the researchers, physicians and caregivers of tomorrow. At CTCA®, we also believe in leading the way, driven by experienced cancer experts that are committed to delivering comprehensive, integrative cancer care, all in one location. It’s how we’re helping shape the future — one patient at a time.

Find out more about our unique approach to cancer care, right here in Newnan.

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