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Retiring Coweta School System employees honored

The attendees at the June 1 Coweta County School System annual retirement banquet, honoring 57 retirees from Coweta Schools, were from left to right, 1st row, Dana Anthony (Madras Middle), Minerva Beadles (East Coweta High), Anne Bond (Ruth Hill Elementary), Kathy Bizarth (Newnan High), Tim Britt (Newnan High), Martha Lee Child (Atkinson Elementary), Evelyn Clark (Canongate Elementary), Karen Cope (Willis Road Elementary), 2nd row, Carol Dallas (Eastside Elementary), John Darrah (Atkinson Elementary), Judy Davis (Arnco-Sargent Elementary), Nancy Davis (Arbor Springs Elementary), Kaye Dunn (Arbor Springs Elementary), Libbie Claire Eaker (Madras Middle), Ruth Anne Easler (Arnall Middle), Gloria Easterling (Arnco-Sargent Elementary), Adrienne Elder (East Coweta High), Diana Ferrante (Ruth Hill Elementary), Deborah Ford (Northgate High School), Harold Goodman (Newnan High), Jane Heaberlin (Moreland Elementary), Gail Herring (Northside Elementary), 3rd row, Sandra Lancaster (Werz Central Office), Dot Moody (Moreland Elementary), Judy Moore (Jefferson Parkway Elementary), Carole Newell (Newnan High), Laurene Olson (Arnco-Sargent Elementary), Brenda Pratt (White Oak Elementary), Deborah Rickett (Canongate Elementary), Jessie Kate Robinson (Winston Dowdell Academy), Dale Sizemore (Newnan High), Ideal Stricklin (East Coweta High), June Werner (Newnan High), Pamela White (East Coweta High) and Lenora Youmans (Lee Middle).

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