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Tech kids get a big send-off from local club

The Coweta-Fayette Georgia Tech Club hosted its 8th annual Freshman Class Sendoff BBQ on Aug. 27. Students and parents were treated to a rousing speech on “How to Succeed at Georgia Tech,” by retired Dean Miller Templeton who is still the advisor to the GT President’s Scholars. Also giving a welcome was the new President of the GT Student Body, Dillon Roseen, who attended our sendoff three years ago and was motivated to start his journey to leadership at Georgia Tech.

Linda Henson Sorrow, club president, organized the event for the 15 Freshmen that attended. Pictured, Front row from left to right - Paul Giorgi from McIntosh, Ian Sebastian from Northgate, Glenn Wisniewski from Whitewater, Luke Hammock from Trinity Christian, Nick D’Errico from Sandy Creek, Brandon Wilde from Landmark Christian, Yongmin Kim from East Coweta, and Dillon Roseen, the new President of the GT Student Body. Back row from left to right – Monica Jamison from McIntosh, Meghan Lowther from Our Lady of Mercy, Jessica Strain from Starrs Mill, Hannah Hudson from Newnan, Kathryn Wurst from Home School, Lindsey Bush from Whitewater, Marissa Randolph from Eagles Landing Christian, Renee Dodson from Home School, and Dean Miller Templeton

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