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Sunday, May 22, 2016  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 1D

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• Photos of Scholarship Recipients • 2016 Newnan High School Award Presentations • Photos of 2016 Honors Graduates • A Letter to Seniors from Principal Chase Puckett

Published by The Newnan Times-Herald Newnan High School’s 2016 Salutatorian Lindley Kate Hudson and Valedictorian Thomas Michael Schulz.

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— The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL Dr. Chase Puckett, Principal Mr. Jeff Bryant, Assistant Principal Mrs. Phyllis Hall, Assistant Principal Ms. Rebecca Snider Assistant Principal Mr. Bennie Rhodes, Assistant Principal Mr. Rick Surrett, Assistant Principal

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HONORS NIGHT Mrs. Pam Lewis, Lead Counselor Mr. Michael Barnes, Counselor Mrs. Shea Lasiter, Counselor Mr. Will Noe, Counselor

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Dear Honor Students, I am proud to recognize and congratulate the 2015-2016 Honor Students of Newnan High School. By your success, it is evident that you hold yourselves to the highest educational standards. I congratulate those who have earned these accolades by demonstrating excellence in rigorous academic coursework. I also congratulate those who have been identified by our community leaders through awards and scholarships. All of you have earned these acknowledgments by meeting challenges with determination, self-discipline, and a strong work ethic. You should be proud of your accomplishments and the recognition they bring.

Newnan High School’s 2016 Salutatorian Lindley Kate Hudson and Valedictorian Thomas Michael Schulz.

I encourage you to reflect on your success. Consider the fundamental beliefs that have guided you. These are the same core values that will keep you on the right course. Consider the effort required to reach this milestone, and realize that the same diligence will be necessary to successfully continue the race. Consider those who have helped make your success possible. Continue to help others along the way and encourage though those who cross your path along life’s journey. Learn from the challenges life puts in front of you. Appreciate those who have guided and supported you along the way, and invest your time in the encouragement of others. The faculty and staff of Newnan High School and the Newnan community are proud to claim you as our best and brightest! Celebrate these accomplishments, but do so briefly. Do not wait to concentrate on new challenges. Use this foundation as you move forward with skill, courage, and confidence. You will always be a member of the Newnan High School family. We are Newnan! You are Newnan! U.S Navy Capt. Joe Marinello presents Ansley Knight with a certificate of accomplishment for her appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy.

Sincerely,

Chase Puckett Principal

Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement, a division of AdvancED Identified as one of the top 8% of schools in the nation, as ranked by the 2013 US News and World Reports. The CEC Honor Society of Future Georgia Educators Honor Cord is presented to Madison Harmon by Liberty New.

SKILLS USA Honor Cord is presented to Madison Harmon by Elizabeth Doster.

Newnan High School’s 2016 Valedictorian Thomas Michael Schulz and Salutatorian Lindley Kate Hudson are congratulated by members of the school board and administration. First row, from left, Schulz and Hudson. Second row, from left, school board member Larry Robertson, school board member Frank Farmer, school board member Winston Dowdell, school board member Sue Brown, school board member Amy Dees and Coweta County School System Superintendent Dr. Steve Barker.

Dr. Walter Drake presents the Walter Homer & Mary Lois Drake Scholarship to Kacey Smith.

Clara B. Wilcoxson presents the Richard Wilcoxson Memorial Scholarship to Rainey Ayers.

Melvina Kendrick presents a Orchettes Civic Club scholarship to Jasmia Howard.

Alan Koman presents the Phi Beta Kappa Book Award to Kenya Powell.


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4D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

HONORS NIGHT

Nora Ann Wood presents the Catherine Millians Wood Memorial Scholarship to Anna Brumby.

Hamilton Bohannon presents the Bohannon Musical Scholarship to Mackenzie Sibley.

Jennifer Wilson presents the Can’t Never Could scholarship to Amy Slaton.

Curtis Grice presents the Newnan Shriners Scholarship to Taylor Nobley.

Malcolm Jackson presents the Kiwanis White Oak Golden K Scholarship to Melina Wisecup.

The Bob Sandlin Memorial Scholarship is presented to Jenni Young by Walker Sandlin.

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6D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

HONORS NIGHT

The Lindsey Price Perseverance Memorial Scholarship is presented Anna Brumby by Logan Price and Jessica Rainey.

The McIntosh Trail Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa scholarship is presented to Madison Farr and Madison Harmon by Teresa Lynch.

The GA/AZ Local Chapter of P.E.O. International Citizenship Award is presented to Toni Thompson by Margaret Burns and Teresa Lynch.

The Lavinia Barron Rosenzweig Scholarship is presented to Allison Buchanan by Ann Cole.

The Captain Nicholas S. Whitlock Leadership Scholarship is presented to Emma A. Morris by Jimmy Whitlock, James Whitlock, Claire Whitlock, and Matthew Kuehl.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 7D

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

HONORS NIGHT

The Coweta Sports Hall of Fame Johnny Brown Scholarship is presented to Shelby Stillwell by Billy Arnall.

The Newnan-Coweta Historical Society Scholarship is presented to Sophie Boynton by Lisa Harwell.

The Theta Lambda Lambda Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Scholarship is presented to Jermiah Russell by John Kirkland and Jerome Kirkland.

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8D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

HONORS NIGHT

The Newnan Utilities Lighthouse Scholarship is presented to Dalton Byrom by Joni Scarbrough. United States Navy — from left: Presenter Petty Officer Harper, Aubrey Wheeler, Nicasia Borrego, Philip Vaughn; Not Pictured: Archer Fennel

The Newnan United Methodist Men Scholarship is presented to Jermiah Russell by John B. Wells, III.

The United States Marine Corps Scholastic Excellence Award is presented to Davenport Williams and Ansley Knight by United States Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Walter Vaughn.

The Atlanta Journal Cup is presented to Lindley Hudson by Shea Lasiter.

The Newnan United Methodist Men Scholarship is presented to Davenport Williams by Steven A. Sharp.

The Alan Wood Scholarship is presented to Dalton Byrom by Dr. Chase Puckett.

The United States Marine Corps Call to Serve Award recipients. First row, from left, Nick Watts, Bryce Baker, Zeb Tanner IV. Second row, from left, Daniel Royal, presenter USMC Staff Sgt. Walter Vaughn, Edgard Rodriguez. Not Pictured: Malachi Griffin.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 9D

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10D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

The Melissa Segars Memorial Scholarship recipients. First row, from left, Lindley Hudson, Christine Wilson. Second row, from left, presenter Matt Markham, Janice Sanders, Grace Neal.

HONORS NIGHT

The Newnan Kiwanis Club Arts & Sciences Achievement Award recipients, first row, from left, Emma A. Morris, Hannah Marriaga, Madison Cramer. Second row, from left, presenter Don Morris, Dylan Bulfin, Nathan Rayburn, Ryan Potts. Not Pictured: Colt Buchanan, Stephanie Cannon

The Coweta County Corrections Officers Scholarship is presented to Adrianna Ward by Peggy Christian.

The Ray Kroc Youth Achievement Award is presented to Gabrielle Freeman by Phyllis Hall.

The Richard Brooks Visual Arts Scholarship is presented to Kaitlenn Brown by JoAnn Ray.

The Henry Kitchens/Seekers Scholarship is presented to Davenport Williams by Walt Thompson.

The Rotary Cup Award and Scholarship is presented to Emma A. Morris by Jay Boren.

The Lindsey Riggs Memorial Scholarship is presented to Lilly Butler by Rodney Riggs.

The Wi-Band Civic Club Scholarship is presented to Rainey Ayers, Teri McGinty, and Jermiah Russell by Kelvin Thompson.

The Jo Anne Ritch Memorial Scholarship is presented to Julia Sanders by Jill Exner.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 11D

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

HONORS NIGHT

The Emily Thomasson Sealy Memorial Scholarship is presented to Madison Farr by Andrew Sealy.

The United States Army Certificate of Excellence is presented to Donald Hatcher, Lucas Braschler, and Enrique Inostroza by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Crook. Not Pictured: Justin Jones.

The Alan Jackson Music Scholarship is presented to Mackenzie Sibley by Cathy Wright.

The Newnan High Beta Club Scholarship is presented to Christine Wilson by Elizabeth Lynch.

The West Central GA Business & Professional Women’s Scholarship is presented to Ian Alce and Reaghan Green by Wyvonia Gordon.

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12D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

The Lighthouse Faith-N-Action scholarship is presented to D’Shon Rosser by Rickey Lathon.

A West Georgia Technical College Scholarship is presented to Jacob Youngblood by Scott Ross.

The Jerry and Evelyn Singleton Future Educators scholarship is presented to Ashlee Grace Chitwood by Ed Singleton.

HONORS NIGHT

The Coweta Association of Retired Teachers Scholarship is presented to Madison Harmon by Karen Moseley.

The Zachary Harrison Memorial Scholarship is presented to Caitlyn Hope Overton by Tonya Harrison and Robert Harrison.

The Newnan Coweta Art Association Scholarship is presented to Kaitlenn Brown by Barbara Omerod.

The Cleola Moss Gibson Memorial Book Scholarship is presented to Reaghan Green by Charlotte Hollins and Henri Jean Stewart.

The Newnan High Class of 1980 Scholarship is presented to Antonia Shaw by Rita Hines.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 13D

Newnan High School Honors Night College Scholarship Recognitions E ach yea r, sen iors a re granted scholarships from the colleges and universities that they will attend. These scholarships are awarded based on a variety of qualifications including academics, athletics, character, leadership and service. The following students at Newnan High School have been awarded scholarships from their chosen colleges and universities. Bailey Andrews, daughter of Lee and Anissa Andrews, has received a Dean Scholarship from Samford University in the amount of $8,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $34,000. Jamarcus Berry, son of Lemonica Berry, has received the Housing/Music Ambassador Scholarship from the University of West Georgia in the amount of $1,000. Jamia Berry, daughter of Lemonica Berry, has received the Joyce Entrekin Harris Scholarship from the University of West Georgia in the amount of $1,632. Kaitlenn Brown, daughter of Lenn and Erika Brown, has received the SCAD Academic Honors Scholarship from Savannah College of Art and Design in the amount of $10,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $42,000. Kaitlenn has also received the SCAD Achievement Honors Scholarship from Savannah College of Art and Design in the amount of $5, 500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $22,000. Allison Nicole Buchanan, daughter of Josh and Patty Buchanan, has received a Founders Scholarship from LaGra nge Col lege i n t he amount of $14,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $56,000. Allison has also received an Art Scholarship from LaGrange College in the amount of $3,000 per

year renewable for four years, for a total of $12,000. Roni Carl, daughter of Scott and Renea Carl, has received a Foundation Scholarship from the University of West Georgia in the amount of $2,000. Brandy Chambers, daughter of Bruce and Rebecca Chambers, has received the Trustee Scholarship from Brenau University in the amount of $12,250 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $49,000. Ashlee Grace Chitwood, daughter of Lee and Andrea Chitwood, has received the JSU L eadersh ip Schola rship from Jacksonville State University in the amount of $14,400 per year renewable for two years, for a total of $28,800. Ashlee Grace has also received the JSU Band Scholarship Award from Jacksonville State University in the amount of $7,200 per year renewable for two years for a total of $14,400. Thomas J. Crews, II, son of Wonderful Griff in, has received a SCAD Academic Honors Schola rship from Sava n na h Col lege of A r t and Design in the amount of $5,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $20,000. Thomas has also received a SCAD Achievement Honors Scholarship from Savannah College of Art and Design in the amount of $1,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $6,000. Blake Crossing, son of Russell Crossing and Wendy Crossing, has received a Merit Scholarship from Dartmouth College in the amount of $55,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $220,000. Hannah Culbreth, daughter of Robert and Staci Culbreth, has received the NEC Merit Scholarship from the

New England Conservatory of Music in the amount of $32,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $128,000. Tanaya Day, daughter of Juanita Graves, has received a Basketball Athletic Scholarship from Miles College in the amount of $13,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $54,000. Gabrielle Freeman, daughter of Tom and Michelle Freeman, has received the Kotzen Scholarship from Simmons College in the amount of $54,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $216,000. Mary Douglas Hallman, daughter of Christopher and Ruth Hallman, has received the Centre Endowment Scholarship from Centre College in the amount of $16,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $16,000. Mary Douglas has also received the Centre Language Scholarship from Centre College in the amount of $5000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $20,000. Carman Mallory, daughter of Georgia, has received the State Service Scholarship from Georgia Military College in the amount of $23,500 per year renewable for two years, for a total of $47,000. Grace Neal, daughter of Debbie Neal, has received a Fellows Scholarship from LaGra nge Col lege i n t he amount of $15,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $60,000. Grace has also received a Music Scholarship from LaGrange College in the amount of $1,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $4,000. Trevor Roberts, son of Jamison Roberts and Kay Willingham, has received the Oral Roberts University Academic Scholarship from Oral Roberts University in

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the amount of $11,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $44,000. Trevor has also received the Quest Whole Person Participation Scholarship from Oral Roberts University in the amount of $2,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $8,000. Laura Robinson, daughter of Tracy and Keri Robinson, has received an Academic Schola rsh ip from Mercer University in the amount of $17,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $68,000. Janice Sanders, daughter of William and Yvette Partridge, has received a LaCrosse Athletic Scholarship from Point University in the amount of $6,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $26,000. Janice has also received an Academic Merit Scholarship from Point University in the amount of $3,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $14,000. Julia Sanders, daughter of Scott and Diana Sanders,

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of Angela Favors and Randy Smith, has received a Merit Schola rsh ip from Mercer University in the amount of $17,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $68,000. Saw yer Steele, son of Paula Steele and Doug Whitmoyer, has received an Athletic Scholarship from Chattahoochee Valley Community College in the amount of $6, 525 per year renewable for two years, for a total of $13,050. Da nyel le St u rd iva nt , daug hter of Daph ne Gi lberry and Curtis Sturdivant, has received the Delta Sigma T heta Schola rship in the Scholarships Page 14

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14D — The Newnan Times-Herald   |  Sunday, May 22, 2016

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

The Jolies Femmes Civic Club scholarship is presented to Danyelle Sturdivant by Jenett Walton.

The Kiwanis Club of Newnan scholarship is presented to Madison Harmon by Don Morris.

The Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen of Newnan High School Award is presented to Gabrielle Freeman by Katie Hammond.

The 2016 Charles H. Thompson Andrew Carnegie Scholarship is presented to Paul Slobodzion by Richard Tranter of the Order of the Tartan of Chattahoochee Valley.

The Madame Barber Scholarship is presented to Shelby Stillwell by Katie Hammond.

The Jimmy Thurman Scholarship is presented to Jermiah Russell by Carol Tolan, Tiffany White, and Kimberly Canty.

The Senor McGuire Memorial Scholarship is presented to Allison Buchanan by Chris Cain.

The Newnan-Coweta Distinguished Young Women Scholarship is presented to Ansley Knight and Grace Neal by Lindsay Thompson.

The Abby’s Angels Scholarship is presented to Lindley Hudson by Steve Bacho and Natalie Bacho.

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amount of $1000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $4,000. Danyelle will be attending Columbia University. Luke Turley, son of Larry and Karen Turley, has received the LaGrange Presidential Scholarship from LaGrange College in the amount of $40,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $160,000. Jordyn Wilkas, daughter of Kevin and Jill Jones, has received the Elite Scholarship from Jacksonville State University in the amount of $16,304 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $65,216. Davenport Williams, son of Jeff and Beth Williams, has received an Academic Excellence Scholarship from The University of Mississippi in the amount of $4,500 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $18,000. Davenport has also received an Academic Excellence Non-Resident Scholarship from The University of Mississippi in the amount of $6,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $24,000. In addition, Davenport has received the Holmes Scholarship from The University of Mississippi in the amount of $1,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $4,000. Jannson Williams, son of Shanna Williams and Jeffrey Williams, has received a Basketball Athletic Scholarship from Marshall University in the amount of $56,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $224, 000. Hannah Winslett, daughter of Mike and Cyndi Winslett, has received an Academic Merit Scholarship from Mercer University in the amount of $17,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $68,000. Jennifer Young, daughter of Paul and Sandra Young, has received a Volleyball Athletic Scholarship from Towson University in the amount of $35,000 per year renewable for three years for a total of $105,000. Jennifer has also received a Merit Scholarship from Towson University in the amount of $8,000. Margaret (Meg) Oldham, daughter of Kip and Wendi Oldham, has received the Jesse Mercer Scholarship from Mercer University in the amount of $26,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $104,000. Margaret has also received the Tift College Scholarship from Mercer University in the amount of $1,000 per year renewable for four years, for a total of $4,000. The amount of the above scholarships is valued at over 2 million dollars. In addition, we are anticipating that many of our seniors will receive the Zell Miller scholarship. Zell Miller scholarship recipients must graduate with at least a 3.7 academic grade point average, as well as score at a minimum 1200 on the math and reading portions of the SAT in one test administration, or a 26 composite on the ACT.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016  |  The Newnan Times-Herald — 15D

NEWNAN HIGH SCHOOL

The Pam Bell Memorial Scholarship is presented to Sophie Boynton by Chad Loftin.

HONORS NIGHT

The Porex Scholarship is presented to Alexus Herring by Brandy Cahlink.

Newnan High School Honor Graduates 2016, first row, from left, Tehgan Anguilm, Rachel Adams, Bailey Andrews, Mary Bryan Arnall, Rainey Ayers, Jamia Berry, Thomas Schulz, Lindley Hudson, Ashlee Grace Chitwood, Madison Farr, Tamia Echols, Victoria Farmer, Sophie Boynton. Second row, from left, Mina Armijo, Roni Carl, Camille Carroll, Laura Batten, Andrew Callaway, Jamarcus Berry, Carson Byars, Samira Hampton, Hannah Culbreth, Brandy Chambers, Katelyn Daniel, Kaylin Hendricks, Dustin Driver, Seth Holcomb. Third row, from left, Brady Barnes, Dalton Byrom, Frances Arnall, Hannah Carter, Emily Flournoy, Hannah Boen, Mary Douglass Hallman, Travis Greene, Allie Buchanan, Shannon Harris, Brandon Harris. Fourth row, from left, Brandon Duong, Emma Dougherty, Danielle Bray, Blake Crossing, Wallace Dudley, Natalie Gaines, Darby Cook, Gabrielle Freeman, Madison Harmon, Reaghan Green, Darryel Hines. Fifth row, from left, Trevor Wright, Bryce Baker, Tre Goggins, Tanner Ballard, Brandon Collins, Kaitlenn Brown, Anna Brumby, Jackson Deleshaw, Gray Gaude, Dylan Bulfin.

The Coweta County Republican Women Certificate of Achievement is presented to Ansley Knight by Mary Chase.

The NHS Class of 1977 scholarship is presented to Reaghan Green by Charlotte Hollins.

The First Baptist of Newnan Atchison and Barron Scholarship recipients. First row, from left, Ashlee Grace Chitwood, Madison Farr, Travis Green. Second row, from left, presenter Will Noe, Emily Flournoy, Emily Thomas, Caroline Flournoy.

Newnan High School Honor Graduates 2016, first row, from left, Sidney Ward, Jordyn Wilkas, Mikayla Smith, Audrey Meyer, Christine Wilson, Shelby Stillwell, Katie King, Nadia Russell, Ansley Knight, Hailey Norton, Amy Slaton, Katelin Richardson, Madeline Schindler. Second row, from left, Adrianna Ward, Grace Neal, Maysen Willard, Srushti Patel, Caroline Thomas, Emily Morgan, Hannah Winslett, Trevor Roberts, Laura Robinson, Emma Morris, Kaitlyn Ross, Brittany Whitford. Third frow, from left, Julia Sanders, Jessica Miller, Briana Pease, April Westover, Alison Jarvis, Rashad Roman, Erica Kornegay, Baylee Webb, Elizabeth Waters, Antonia Shaw, Taylor Nobley, Ishelle Touchton. Fourth row, from left, Caitlyn Overton, Laura West, Erin Webb, Meg Oldham, Sam Whitehead, Luke Turley, Mannold Sanon, Mackenzie Sibley, Tesse-Ann O’Rourke, Teri McGinty, Brianna Rice. Fifth row, from left, Janice Sanders, Kacey Smith, Jory Smith, Kameron Parham, Inaya Thomas, Danyelle Sturdivant, Dylan Wiles, Wesley Howard, Davenport Williams, Hunter Thornton, Megan Pike, Khalil McCoy, Emma Morris. Sixth row,f rom left, Jacobi Jones, Jannson Williams, Matthew Paschal, Jon Hunter, Jenni Young, Eli Moore, Paul Slobodzian, Ryan Kozlowski, Walter Jones, Aaron Morris, Alexis Smith, Jermiah Russell. 

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