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Outstanding Citizens of the Month

Students from all 5 Douglas County high schools are recognized each month by Hightower's Memorial Chapel and Cremation Service.

Students from all 5 Douglas County high schools are recognized each month by Hightower's Memorial Chapel and Cremation Service.  One student from the senior class is chosen by the faculty of the school to receive the Outstanding Citizen of the Month award which includes a plaque, a check for $50 and a photo in the Douglas County Sentinel newspaper.  The winners of the monthly awards are then eligible for the Outstanding Citizen of the Year award.  If selected for the yearly award, the recipient receives a trophy, a check for $500 and a photo in the Douglas County Sentinel newspaper.  This program is provided by Hightower's Memorial Chapel and Cremation Service / Hightower Family Funeral Homes.

The recipeints for October 2012 are:

Tamirra Brown is from Alexander High School; Ryan Moffett is from Chapel Hill High School; Carly Bengry is from Douglas County High School; Dave Patel is from Lithia Springs High School; and Afua Acheampong is from New Manchester High School.


Photos are attached:

Tamirra Brown is from Alexander High School

From left to right are: Nathan Hand, Principal; Tamirra
Brown, recipient; Leon Frost, Hightower’s Memorial Chapel.


Ryan Moffett is from Chapel Hill High School
From left to right are: Pat Ryan, recipient’s grandfather;
Hannah Moffett, recipient’s sister; Margaret Ryan, recipient’s grandmother;
Colleen and Mike Moffett, recipient’s parents; Ryan Moffett, recipient; Leon
Frost, Hightower’s Memorial Chapel; Jennifer Baggett, Assistant Principal.

Carly Bengry is from Douglas County High School

From left to right are: Lisa Bengry, recipient’s mother;
Leon Frost, Hightower’s Memorial Chapel; Carly Bengry, recipient; Lisa Printup,
nominating teacher.

Dave Patel is from Lithia Springs High School

From left to right are: Leon Frost, Hightower’s Memorial
Chapel; Dave Patel, recipient; Dr. Lee Collins, Assistant Principal.

Afua Acheampong is from New Manchester High School

From left to right are: From left to right are: Connie
Craft, Principal; Afua Acheampong, recipient; Leon Frost, Hightower’s Memorial
Chapel; Terry O’Malley, nominating teacher.

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