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28 — The Times-Herald — East Coweta High School Honors Night — May 2011

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East Coweta High School’s Gifted Graduates in the Class of 2011 are, from left, front row: Barry Weaver, Kayla Lookloy, Lauren Boudreau, Stephanie Tomys, Kiera Patterson, Chelcee Bryant, Kiersten Block, Will Snyder, Courtney Matheny; second row, Julia Powell, Jordin Dombrosky, Casey Seldon, Amber Kinnett, Sydney Siver, Margaret Kazmierczak, Lauren Richards, Morgan Bowen, Kristen Elrod, Emily Thompson, Tori Sankeralli; third row, Lauren Swanner, Marti Hemphill, Joel Gould, Noah Robins, Lauren Ward, Ben Bockenek, Tony Trinh, Jacob Fussell.

2011 Honors Night East Coweta High School Class of 2011 Valedictorian Abigail Shell, front right, and Salutatorian Barry Weaver, front left, were recognized by, second row, from left, Superintendent Dr. Steve Barker and Board of Education members Sue Brown, Frank Farmer; and back, Grayland Ward and Winston Dowdell.

Margaret Kazmierczak was recognized for her National Beta Club Scholarship by Teresa Wilson.

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The Times-Herald Mark Riggs, right, presented the Lindsey Riggs Memorial Scholarship to Jordin Dombrosky.

The W.C. Adamson Memorial Scholarship was presented to Morgan Bowen, left, by Jim Adamson.

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National Honor Society Officers and Sponsors at East Coweta High — Front, from left, Cortney Carlow, Glenna With, Amanda Hayes, Sherry Kim; back, Taylor Mercer, Melissa Brubaker, Brian Carson and Barry Weaver.

Kirk Stallings presented Stephanie Tomys with a scholarship from the Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K.

Amanda Arnold-Connell and Chris Hanson presented the David A Arnold Memorial Scholarship to Lauren Brockman.

Danielle Flournoy presented Y K Phi Booster Club Scholarships to Raven Pugh, left, and Shalonda Willingham, right.

The Line Creek Baptist Church Music Ministries Scholarship was presented to Sherry Kim, left, and the Band Booster Tam Easterwood Scholarship was presented to Kayla Lookloy, right, by Robert Owens.

Danielle Flournoy presented the LaGrange Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship to Kiera Patterson.

Mrs. Cynthia Bennett presented Newnan-Coweta Junior Miss Awards and Scholarships to, from left, Abigail Shell, Cortney Carlow, and Morgan Bowen.

The Bank of Coweta Scholarship was presented by Kim Resmondo to Amber Kinnett.


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Nick Girard was presented with the Coweta County Correctional Officers Scholarship by Teresa Nalley.

Chandra Hart presented the Orchettes Civic Club Scholarship to Casey Seldon.

Sarah LaMance presented Stephanie Tomys with the Newnan-Coweta County Historical Society Scholarship.

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East Coweta High School’s Mu Alpha Theta group. From left are, front row: Barry Weaver (Treasurer), Lauren Boudreau (Secretary), Stephanie Tomys, Kiera Patterson, Sherry Kim, Will Snyder (President), Luc Brown (Vice President); second row, Abigail Shell, Sydney Siver, Lauren Richards; third row, Amber Kinnett, Jenna Ward, Kristopher Nelson, Tony Trinh.

Mary Phillips-Cousins presented the Ethel Wilkerson-Rowe Scholarship to Andreco King.

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East Coweta High School's Beta Club. From left are, front row, Jordin Dombrosky, Stephanie Tomys, Margaret Kazmierczak, Kiera Patterson, Casey Seldon, Sherry Kim, Barry Weaver; second row, Rebekah Pitts, Abigail Shell, Brittany Stewart, Sydney Siver, Cortney Carlow, Holly Mann, Amanda Hayes, Marti Hemphill; third row, Julia Powell, Lauren Swanner, Mary Ellen Pierson, Will Snyder, Chelcee Bryant, Kristopher Nelson, Emily Thompson; fourth row, Hunter Woods, Dylan Barrett, Jenna Smith, Ashley Chapman, Morgan Bowen, Lauren Richards, Tony Trinh.


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East Coweta High School’s Honor Graduates in the Class of 2011 are, from left, front row, Trevor Bachman, Ben Bockenek, Noah Robins, Thomas Burchnell and Will Stanier; second row, Kiera Patterson, Lauren Swanner, Julia Powell, Kiersten Block, Melissa Austin, Jessica Durrett, Ashley Chitwood, Jordin Dombrosky, Casey Seldon, Stephanie Tomys, Chelcee Bryant, Cortney Carlow, Emily Reffitt, Lauren Boudreau, Amanda Hayes, Kayla Lookloy, Ashley Matherne, Jazmyn Saunders, Angel Santiago, Tiffany Grimes, Lauren Brockman, Lauren Richards, Ryan Carter; third row, Laura Regan, Melissa Bishop, Gabrielle Selementi, Shari Taylor, Abigail Shell, Morgan Blalock, Brittany Stewart, Amber Kinnett, Margaret Kazmierczak, Sydney Siver, Mason Boze, Will Snyder, Gustavo Cabrejos, Justin Rivera, Ashley Bennett, Carrie Cann, Kristen Elrod, Katarina Carleo, Heather Rose, Josh McKnight, Carlisa Stargell, Morgan Bowen; fourth row, Courtney Matheny, Kelsey Dobson, Erin Corbin, Rebekah Pitts, Nicole Oliver, Lorena Guzman, Sherry Kim, Barry Weaver, Tierra Irvin, Victoria Luton, Ashley Landers, Edward Blanden, Blake Miranda, Tyler Ridgeway, Kristopher Nelson, Mike Collins, Brooke Spencer, Daniel Madrid, Victoria Sanon, Brooke Parker, Javarius Render, Marissa Medina; fifth row, Allison Nichols, Ryan Shealy, Marti Hemphill, Lindsay Shultze, Rebecca Scott, Hannah Clayton, Catherine Richardson, Jenna Ward, Holly Mann, Lauren Ward, Taylor Mercer, Mychal Hayes, Jenna Smith, Ashley Chapman, Chelsey McCoy, Justin Ortiz, Breanna Workman, Phillip Orr, Logan Dorson, Leanne Bishop, Emily Thompson; sixth row, Benjamin Coles, Hunter Woods, Savannah Pelletier, Mary Ellen Pierson, Tori Sankeralli, Holly Lindsey, Lexie Holyfield, Rachel Cowart, Andrea Holloway, Jacob Fussell, Wade Wilson, Chris Ghyzel, Luc Brown, Kyle Lorow, Erica Gilley, Joel Gould, Cole Bodner, Brandon Sorenson, Jessica Crisp, Dylan Barrett, Jake Azarowicz, Chris Smoot, Michael Hughes, Tony Trinh.

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Schwanda Jackson, far right, recognized East Coweta students for receiving the University of Georgia’s Certificate of Merit for being in the top five percent of the junior class, from left, front row, Adam Lindquist, Brittany Johnson, Nicole Vitiello, Iliana Garcia, Raymond Frias, Elizabeth Evans, Michael Dean; middle row, Elizabeth Ruttinger, Andrew Hemphill, Marilyn Naughton, Alexandra Murillo, Alexa Moss, Holly Meese, Anabel Liyen Cartelle; back, Abigail Young, Ashton Omdahl, Maria Velez, Kendall Trammell, Zachary Tatham, Marissa Shelton. Not pictured are Erik Bolton, Carley Craft, Hannah Hagley, Sydney Hagley, Michael Nix, Micaela Siraj, Emily Smith, Savannah Summers.

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Patrick Sullivan, far left, presented East Coweta High students who were recipients of individual scholarships not otherwise presented. From left are, front row, Megan Hillyer, Amanda Hayes, Jacob Fussell, Jordin Dombrosky, Nicholas Diaz, and Hannah Clayton; middle row, Sydney Siver, Abigail Shell, Casey Seldon, Mary Ellen Pierson, and Megan O'Reilly; back , Barry Weaver, Gasten Warren, Lauren Ward, Jenna Ward, and Stephanie Tomys.

Martha Milam, far right, recognized East Coweta High School students for making outstanding contributions to Science Olympiad. From left are Jessica Crisp, Noah Robins, Barry Weaver, Kayla Lookloy, and, in the front, Kiera Patterson.

Barry Weaver was awarded the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup by Jose Casablanca.

The Coweta Sports Hall of Fame Johnny Brown Scholarship was presented to Michael Hughes by Carl McKnight.

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Melissa Brubaker recognized Will Stanier for winning the local level Optimist Club of Senoia Club Oratorical Contest as well as placing first in the Young Georgia Author Competition. Not pictured is Yehong Zhu who also won at the local level of the Optimist Club Oratorical Contest.

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Sgt. Kevin King awarded East Coweta students with U.S. Marine Corps High School Awards. From left are Sherry Kim with the Semper Fidelis Music Award, Amber Kinnett with the Distinguished Athlete Award, Will Snyder the Scholastic Excellence Award, Ben Bockenek the Distinguished Athlete Award, Zack Stapf the Esprit De Corps Award, and Dana Ford the Marine Corps Leadership Award.

THE POWER OF Evan Horton, far left, presented East Coweta students who were recipients of athletic scholarships. From left are, front, Leanne Bishop, Carrie Cann, Ashley Matherne, Judd Hunter, Kelsey Dobson, and Kevin Werner; back row, Morgan Pittman, Kyle Lorow, O’Mayo Onakoya, Zack Hutcheson, and Eddie Morris.

Cherie Bell from the Kiwanis Club of Newnan recognized East Coweta students for outstanding accomplishments in the areas of science and language arts. From left are, front, Iliana Garcia, Hannah Rose, and Courtney Ivey; back, Marti Hemphill, Devon Moore, Rachael Scott and Mansu Kim.

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Mike Fitzpatrick, far left, and Evan Horton, far right, recognized East Coweta’s Student Athletes of the Week. From left are, front row, Judd Hunter, Brian Shea, Jenna Ward, Rachel Cowart, Brittany Stewart, Carly McKnight, Tyler Ridgeway, Kelsey Dobson, Brittany Sinkfield; middle row, Morgan Pittman, Tyler Dayton, Brittany Kissel, Blake Miranda, Angel Santiago, Morgan Bowen, Leanne Bishop, Amber Kinnett; back, Marissa Shelton, Nick Girard, Austin Freeman, Eddie Morris, Logan Dorson, Trevor Bachman, and Abigail Shell.

Jeanette Hallam recognized Youngmin Kim as the recipient of the Kennesaw State University Mathematics Competition Award.


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BB&T Scholarship was presented to Carly McKnight by Caryn Johns.

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Adam Sanders presented Marti Hemphill with a scholarship from Erskine College.

Sherry Kim, left, and Tony Trinh, right, were awarded the United Methodist Church of Newnan’s Henry B. Kitchens Memorial Scholarship by Wendy Williams, center.

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Kiera Patterson, front, was presented the inaugural Coweta Fire Department Scholarship by, from left, Assistant Chief Jeff Denney, Jonathan Wilson, Matt Dailey, and Brian Fuller.

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Tyler Reid was presented with the Neweta NANBPW Clubs, Inc. Scholarship by Wendy Freeman-Smith.

The SouthCrest Teacher’s Choice Award was presented to Casey Seldon by Beth Sewell.

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Kathy Stallings presented the Luta Williams Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship to Nicole Oliver.


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Brenda Freeman presented the Newnan Baptist Usher Convention Bookship Award to Keshara Goode.

MSgt John Skinner, right, presented Marine Corps JROTC scholarships to Shari Taylor, far left, and Ashley Matherne, center.

Newnan-Coweta Art Association Scholarships were presented by Barbara Kelly to Hannah Clayton, center, and Megan Hillyer, right. Patrick Marshall was also awarded a scholarship.

Kim Resmondo presented Joshua McKnight with the Tam H. Easterwood Bank of Coweta Scholarship.

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Casey Seldon was awarded the Jolie Femmes Scholarship by Mrs. Verneda Dowdell.

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Lauren Richards was awarded the Coweta-Fayette EMC Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship by Ben Sewell.

Teresa Wilson, far left, and Melanie Tomlinson, far right, recognized Beta Club Officers, from left in back, Stephanie Tomys, Margaret Kazmierczak, Casey Seldon; and, front, Kiera Patterson.

East Coweta High School’s National Honor Society students. From left are, front row, Kiera Patterson, Melissa Austin, Jessica Durrett, Ashley Chitwood, Jordin Dombrosky, Casey Seldon, Stephanie Tomys, Cortney Carlow (Historian), Amanda Hayes (President), Barry Weaver (Vice President), Sherry Kim (Secretary), Taylor Mercer (Treasurer), Brooke Spencer, Kayla Lookloy, Ashley Matherne; second row, Laura Regan, Melissa Bishop, Rebekah Pitts, Abigail Shell, Brittany Stewart, Margaret Kazmierczak, Sydney Siver, Ashley Landers, Gustavo Cabrejos, Emily Reffitt, Ashley Bennett, Courtney Matheny, Heather Rose, Chelcee Bryant; third row, Kiersten Block, Julia Powell, Lauren Swanner, Andrea Holloway, Nicole Oliver, Catherine Richardson, Jenna Ward, Victoria Luton, Will Snyder, Noah Robins, Lauren Boudreau, Kristopher Nelson, Victoria Sanon, Emily Thompson, Blake Miranda; fourth row, Rebecca Scott, Marti Hemphill, Hunter Woods, Mary Ellen Pierson, Tori Sankeralli, Holly Lindsey, Wade Wilson, Chris Ghyzel, Edward Blanden, Benjamin Bockenek, Lauren Ward, Morgan Bowen, Lauren Brockman, Kristen Elrod; fifth row, Trevor Bachman, Tom Burchnell, Jake Azarowicz, Dylan Barrett, Logan Dorson, Leanne Bishop, Michael Hughes, Lauren Richards, Will Stanier, Calvin Kim.

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THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST GO WEST. Jose Casablanca presented the Horatio Alger Association Scholarship to Kayla Lookloy. Brian Carson presented National Honor Society bookship awards to Stephanie Tomys, back left, and Kiera Patterson, front.

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University of Georgia representative Jessica Hunt presented Abigail Shell as a Ramsey Scholar recipient.

Michael Bass presented Ryan Carter a scholarship from the West Georgia Technical College Board of Directors.

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SSG Sean Hood, far left, and SFC Jennifer Wallace from the U.S. Army Reserve recognized Logan Dorson and Casey Seldon with Scholar Athlete Awards.

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University of Georgia representative Jessica Hunt presented Abigail Shell as a Ramsey Scholar recipient.

Michael Bass presented Ryan Carter a scholarship from the West Georgia Technical College Board of Directors.

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SSG Sean Hood, far left, and SFC Jennifer Wallace from the U.S. Army Reserve recognized Logan Dorson and Casey Seldon with Scholar Athlete Awards.

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THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST GO WEST. Jose Casablanca presented the Horatio Alger Association Scholarship to Kayla Lookloy. Brian Carson presented National Honor Society bookship awards to Stephanie Tomys, back left, and Kiera Patterson, front.

LET US THANK GOD FOR OUR GRADUATES!

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Lauren Richards was awarded the Coweta-Fayette EMC Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship by Ben Sewell.

Teresa Wilson, far left, and Melanie Tomlinson, far right, recognized Beta Club Officers, from left in back, Stephanie Tomys, Margaret Kazmierczak, Casey Seldon; and, front, Kiera Patterson.

East Coweta High School’s National Honor Society students. From left are, front row, Kiera Patterson, Melissa Austin, Jessica Durrett, Ashley Chitwood, Jordin Dombrosky, Casey Seldon, Stephanie Tomys, Cortney Carlow (Historian), Amanda Hayes (President), Barry Weaver (Vice President), Sherry Kim (Secretary), Taylor Mercer (Treasurer), Brooke Spencer, Kayla Lookloy, Ashley Matherne; second row, Laura Regan, Melissa Bishop, Rebekah Pitts, Abigail Shell, Brittany Stewart, Margaret Kazmierczak, Sydney Siver, Ashley Landers, Gustavo Cabrejos, Emily Reffitt, Ashley Bennett, Courtney Matheny, Heather Rose, Chelcee Bryant; third row, Kiersten Block, Julia Powell, Lauren Swanner, Andrea Holloway, Nicole Oliver, Catherine Richardson, Jenna Ward, Victoria Luton, Will Snyder, Noah Robins, Lauren Boudreau, Kristopher Nelson, Victoria Sanon, Emily Thompson, Blake Miranda; fourth row, Rebecca Scott, Marti Hemphill, Hunter Woods, Mary Ellen Pierson, Tori Sankeralli, Holly Lindsey, Wade Wilson, Chris Ghyzel, Edward Blanden, Benjamin Bockenek, Lauren Ward, Morgan Bowen, Lauren Brockman, Kristen Elrod; fifth row, Trevor Bachman, Tom Burchnell, Jake Azarowicz, Dylan Barrett, Logan Dorson, Leanne Bishop, Michael Hughes, Lauren Richards, Will Stanier, Calvin Kim.

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The Kiwanis Club of Newnan Scholarship was presented to Stephanie Tomys by Cherie Bell.

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Brenda Freeman presented the Newnan Baptist Usher Convention Bookship Award to Keshara Goode.

MSgt John Skinner, right, presented Marine Corps JROTC scholarships to Shari Taylor, far left, and Ashley Matherne, center.

Newnan-Coweta Art Association Scholarships were presented by Barbara Kelly to Hannah Clayton, center, and Megan Hillyer, right. Patrick Marshall was also awarded a scholarship.

Kim Resmondo presented Joshua McKnight with the Tam H. Easterwood Bank of Coweta Scholarship.

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The Jerry and Evelyn Singleton Future Educator Scholarship was presented to Jessica Kiel by Brian Singleton.

Casey Seldon was awarded the Jolie Femmes Scholarship by Mrs. Verneda Dowdell.

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Beverly Garner presented The Pilot Club of Newnan Healthcare Scholarship to Allison Nichols.


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Tyler Reid was presented with the Neweta NANBPW Clubs, Inc. Scholarship by Wendy Freeman-Smith.

The SouthCrest Teacher’s Choice Award was presented to Casey Seldon by Beth Sewell.

Each year, members of the Coweta-Fayette Trust (the management arm of Operation Round-Up) award scholarships to outstanding students.

We take education very seriously here at Coweta-Fayette EMC, and we think it's among our corporate responsibilities to support local students and the educational systems within our service area. That’s why we established the Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship which is funded through the EMC’s Operation Round-Up program. So, thanks to participating EMC members who contribute to the fund monthly (they allow us to “round up” their electric bill to the next highest dollar and donate the difference), 16 outstanding students will receive assistance to further their education! Yes, we congratulate all of you for your accomplishments and encourage you in your future endeavors.

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Kathy Stallings presented the Luta Williams Alpha Delta Kappa Scholarship to Nicole Oliver.


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Adam Sanders presented Marti Hemphill with a scholarship from Erskine College.

Sherry Kim, left, and Tony Trinh, right, were awarded the United Methodist Church of Newnan’s Henry B. Kitchens Memorial Scholarship by Wendy Williams, center.

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Kiera Patterson, front, was presented the inaugural Coweta Fire Department Scholarship by, from left, Assistant Chief Jeff Denney, Jonathan Wilson, Matt Dailey, and Brian Fuller.

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Jim Ferguson presented scholarships from Auburn University to, from left, Courtney Matheny, Abigail Shell, and Ben Bockenek.


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Melissa Brubaker recognized Will Stanier for winning the local level Optimist Club of Senoia Club Oratorical Contest as well as placing first in the Young Georgia Author Competition. Not pictured is Yehong Zhu who also won at the local level of the Optimist Club Oratorical Contest.

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Sgt. Kevin King awarded East Coweta students with U.S. Marine Corps High School Awards. From left are Sherry Kim with the Semper Fidelis Music Award, Amber Kinnett with the Distinguished Athlete Award, Will Snyder the Scholastic Excellence Award, Ben Bockenek the Distinguished Athlete Award, Zack Stapf the Esprit De Corps Award, and Dana Ford the Marine Corps Leadership Award.

THE POWER OF Evan Horton, far left, presented East Coweta students who were recipients of athletic scholarships. From left are, front, Leanne Bishop, Carrie Cann, Ashley Matherne, Judd Hunter, Kelsey Dobson, and Kevin Werner; back row, Morgan Pittman, Kyle Lorow, O’Mayo Onakoya, Zack Hutcheson, and Eddie Morris.

Cherie Bell from the Kiwanis Club of Newnan recognized East Coweta students for outstanding accomplishments in the areas of science and language arts. From left are, front, Iliana Garcia, Hannah Rose, and Courtney Ivey; back, Marti Hemphill, Devon Moore, Rachael Scott and Mansu Kim.

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Mike Fitzpatrick, far left, and Evan Horton, far right, recognized East Coweta’s Student Athletes of the Week. From left are, front row, Judd Hunter, Brian Shea, Jenna Ward, Rachel Cowart, Brittany Stewart, Carly McKnight, Tyler Ridgeway, Kelsey Dobson, Brittany Sinkfield; middle row, Morgan Pittman, Tyler Dayton, Brittany Kissel, Blake Miranda, Angel Santiago, Morgan Bowen, Leanne Bishop, Amber Kinnett; back, Marissa Shelton, Nick Girard, Austin Freeman, Eddie Morris, Logan Dorson, Trevor Bachman, and Abigail Shell.

Jeanette Hallam recognized Youngmin Kim as the recipient of the Kennesaw State University Mathematics Competition Award.


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Patrick Sullivan, far left, presented East Coweta High students who were recipients of individual scholarships not otherwise presented. From left are, front row, Megan Hillyer, Amanda Hayes, Jacob Fussell, Jordin Dombrosky, Nicholas Diaz, and Hannah Clayton; middle row, Sydney Siver, Abigail Shell, Casey Seldon, Mary Ellen Pierson, and Megan O'Reilly; back , Barry Weaver, Gasten Warren, Lauren Ward, Jenna Ward, and Stephanie Tomys.

Martha Milam, far right, recognized East Coweta High School students for making outstanding contributions to Science Olympiad. From left are Jessica Crisp, Noah Robins, Barry Weaver, Kayla Lookloy, and, in the front, Kiera Patterson.

Barry Weaver was awarded the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cup by Jose Casablanca.

The Coweta Sports Hall of Fame Johnny Brown Scholarship was presented to Michael Hughes by Carl McKnight.

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East Coweta High School’s Honor Graduates in the Class of 2011 are, from left, front row, Trevor Bachman, Ben Bockenek, Noah Robins, Thomas Burchnell and Will Stanier; second row, Kiera Patterson, Lauren Swanner, Julia Powell, Kiersten Block, Melissa Austin, Jessica Durrett, Ashley Chitwood, Jordin Dombrosky, Casey Seldon, Stephanie Tomys, Chelcee Bryant, Cortney Carlow, Emily Reffitt, Lauren Boudreau, Amanda Hayes, Kayla Lookloy, Ashley Matherne, Jazmyn Saunders, Angel Santiago, Tiffany Grimes, Lauren Brockman, Lauren Richards, Ryan Carter; third row, Laura Regan, Melissa Bishop, Gabrielle Selementi, Shari Taylor, Abigail Shell, Morgan Blalock, Brittany Stewart, Amber Kinnett, Margaret Kazmierczak, Sydney Siver, Mason Boze, Will Snyder, Gustavo Cabrejos, Justin Rivera, Ashley Bennett, Carrie Cann, Kristen Elrod, Katarina Carleo, Heather Rose, Josh McKnight, Carlisa Stargell, Morgan Bowen; fourth row, Courtney Matheny, Kelsey Dobson, Erin Corbin, Rebekah Pitts, Nicole Oliver, Lorena Guzman, Sherry Kim, Barry Weaver, Tierra Irvin, Victoria Luton, Ashley Landers, Edward Blanden, Blake Miranda, Tyler Ridgeway, Kristopher Nelson, Mike Collins, Brooke Spencer, Daniel Madrid, Victoria Sanon, Brooke Parker, Javarius Render, Marissa Medina; fifth row, Allison Nichols, Ryan Shealy, Marti Hemphill, Lindsay Shultze, Rebecca Scott, Hannah Clayton, Catherine Richardson, Jenna Ward, Holly Mann, Lauren Ward, Taylor Mercer, Mychal Hayes, Jenna Smith, Ashley Chapman, Chelsey McCoy, Justin Ortiz, Breanna Workman, Phillip Orr, Logan Dorson, Leanne Bishop, Emily Thompson; sixth row, Benjamin Coles, Hunter Woods, Savannah Pelletier, Mary Ellen Pierson, Tori Sankeralli, Holly Lindsey, Lexie Holyfield, Rachel Cowart, Andrea Holloway, Jacob Fussell, Wade Wilson, Chris Ghyzel, Luc Brown, Kyle Lorow, Erica Gilley, Joel Gould, Cole Bodner, Brandon Sorenson, Jessica Crisp, Dylan Barrett, Jake Azarowicz, Chris Smoot, Michael Hughes, Tony Trinh.

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Nick Girard was presented with the Coweta County Correctional Officers Scholarship by Teresa Nalley.

Chandra Hart presented the Orchettes Civic Club Scholarship to Casey Seldon.

Sarah LaMance presented Stephanie Tomys with the Newnan-Coweta County Historical Society Scholarship.

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East Coweta High School’s Mu Alpha Theta group. From left are, front row: Barry Weaver (Treasurer), Lauren Boudreau (Secretary), Stephanie Tomys, Kiera Patterson, Sherry Kim, Will Snyder (President), Luc Brown (Vice President); second row, Abigail Shell, Sydney Siver, Lauren Richards; third row, Amber Kinnett, Jenna Ward, Kristopher Nelson, Tony Trinh.

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East Coweta High School's Beta Club. From left are, front row, Jordin Dombrosky, Stephanie Tomys, Margaret Kazmierczak, Kiera Patterson, Casey Seldon, Sherry Kim, Barry Weaver; second row, Rebekah Pitts, Abigail Shell, Brittany Stewart, Sydney Siver, Cortney Carlow, Holly Mann, Amanda Hayes, Marti Hemphill; third row, Julia Powell, Lauren Swanner, Mary Ellen Pierson, Will Snyder, Chelcee Bryant, Kristopher Nelson, Emily Thompson; fourth row, Hunter Woods, Dylan Barrett, Jenna Smith, Ashley Chapman, Morgan Bowen, Lauren Richards, Tony Trinh.


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National Honor Society Officers and Sponsors at East Coweta High — Front, from left, Cortney Carlow, Glenna With, Amanda Hayes, Sherry Kim; back, Taylor Mercer, Melissa Brubaker, Brian Carson and Barry Weaver.

Kirk Stallings presented Stephanie Tomys with a scholarship from the Kiwanis Club of White Oak Golden K.

Amanda Arnold-Connell and Chris Hanson presented the David A Arnold Memorial Scholarship to Lauren Brockman.

Danielle Flournoy presented Y K Phi Booster Club Scholarships to Raven Pugh, left, and Shalonda Willingham, right.

The Line Creek Baptist Church Music Ministries Scholarship was presented to Sherry Kim, left, and the Band Booster Tam Easterwood Scholarship was presented to Kayla Lookloy, right, by Robert Owens.

Danielle Flournoy presented the LaGrange Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship to Kiera Patterson.

Mrs. Cynthia Bennett presented Newnan-Coweta Junior Miss Awards and Scholarships to, from left, Abigail Shell, Cortney Carlow, and Morgan Bowen.

The Bank of Coweta Scholarship was presented by Kim Resmondo to Amber Kinnett.


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East Coweta High School’s Gifted Graduates in the Class of 2011 are, from left, front row: Barry Weaver, Kayla Lookloy, Lauren Boudreau, Stephanie Tomys, Kiera Patterson, Chelcee Bryant, Kiersten Block, Will Snyder, Courtney Matheny; second row, Julia Powell, Jordin Dombrosky, Casey Seldon, Amber Kinnett, Sydney Siver, Margaret Kazmierczak, Lauren Richards, Morgan Bowen, Kristen Elrod, Emily Thompson, Tori Sankeralli; third row, Lauren Swanner, Marti Hemphill, Joel Gould, Noah Robins, Lauren Ward, Ben Bockenek, Tony Trinh, Jacob Fussell.

2011 Honors Night East Coweta High School Class of 2011 Valedictorian Abigail Shell, front right, and Salutatorian Barry Weaver, front left, were recognized by, second row, from left, Superintendent Dr. Steve Barker and Board of Education members Sue Brown, Frank Farmer; and back, Grayland Ward and Winston Dowdell.

Margaret Kazmierczak was recognized for her National Beta Club Scholarship by Teresa Wilson.

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