TIFTON — J.T. Reddick School honored its August Students of the Month recently with a certificate and a milk shake, courtesy of Alexander & Company. Pictured on the front row, from left, are Jessica Soto, Da’Sha Harris, Kirsten Flinn, Blake Smith, Hollie Mullis, Luis Lopez, Dulce Hernandez and Cameron Johnson. On the second row, left to right, are Caddialonte Curry, Eduardo Romo, Riley Roberts, Alan Webb, Caleb Underwood, Dianna Hernandez, Katie Lott and Jamison Norwood. Pictured on the back row, from left, are JTR counselor Vickie King, Osvaldo Gachuz, Norma Ramos, Shamonti Wilcox, Mallie Banani, Tanequa Wilcox, Peaches Coleman, Jennifer Lopez, Karla Rodriquez, Ethan Hester and JTR Assistant Principal Debbie Walker.
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South Georgia Banking Company adds Tifton native Cutts
South Georgia Banking Company announces the addition of Chris Cutts as a vice-president at the bank’s Tift Avenue location in Tifton. Cutts, a Tifton native, brings both business and banking experience to his new position.
McNeil takes position at Southern Care
Celeste McNeil has been named Community Relations Director at Southern Care Assisted Living of Tifton, one of the region’s premier senior communities and its only licensed assisted living facility.
McNeil, of Ty Ty, has deep roots in the community. She has served as Membership Coordinator for the Tifton-Tift County Chamber of Commerce and as Sales and Marketing Director for the Tiftarea YMCA.
Sayles named facility administrator at Southern Care Assisted Living
Frank Sayles Jr., has been named facility administrator of Southern Care Assisted Living of Tifton, one of the region’s premiere senior communities and only licensed assisted living facility.
South Georgia Banking Company announces addition of Rice
South Georgia Banking Company announces the addition of Mike Rice at their Ashburn branch. A veteran bank lender and Turner County native, Rice’s experience is in commercial and agriculture lending as well as consumer lending.
Georgia-Pacific to close its Doraville plant
Georgia-Pacific says it plans to permanently close a corrugated packaging plant in the Atlanta suburb of Doraville.
New gender options for Facebook users
With a click of a cursor, Jay Brown in Cheverly, Md., went from Male to Trans Male. A few states away, Debon Garrigues of Asheville, N.C., switched from Male to Neutral. In San Francisco, Marilyn Roxie, formerly Female, chose three: Androgynous, Transgender and Genderqueer.
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