Brogbook for Oct.13
Neighbor accomplishments worth noting
Tari Clement of Douglas County High School received an EF Global Citizen Scholarship. Woodward Academy Varsity Track & Field coach Tim Hamling won the Judo Brown Coach Dedication award from the Atlanta Track Club.
Rebecca Drage of High Meadows School received a full fellowship to attend Columbia University’s two-week Klingenstein Summer Institute for Teachers.
Madeline Burkey and Nkima Stephenson of Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology won awards at the 2017 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles. Burkey won a full scholarship valued at $194,000 to Drexel University and Stephenson won the second place distinction of the National Institute of Health’s Addiction Award for their research.
Kenyon Beasley of Atlanta was honored by The Marcus Corp. as a 2016 Ben Marcus Humanitarian of the Year Award recipients for going above and beyond in his volunteering for others.
Sireesh Ramesh of Chattahoochee High School participated as a senator in The American Legion’s Boys Nation Program in Washington, D.C.
From left, Randall Swartz, Nick Bennett, William McConnell and Dominic Coletta of Atlanta are now Eagle Scouts.
From left, Izzy Sears, Avery Grace, Maggie Reetz and Zoe Daniel of The Museum School of Avondale Estates traveled to Washington, D.C., for the 2017 Junior National Young Leaders Conference.
Debra J. Pennington was selected commissioner of city of Snellville Arts Commission.
John Cole was named Environmental Services Director of the Year by ABM Healthcare.
Penny Valle earned the Georgia School Bell award for her program Anchor Standards.
Harriet Mycroft spent summer in a scholars program at Winship Cancer Institute.