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GOAL finalists from Fayette, Coweta

Students from Fayette and Coweta counties were among those from Southern Crescent Technical College selected as local finalists for the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) program. Pictured in the front row, from left, are Hector Duron (Fayette County), Layla Foles (Coweta County), Romera Thomas, and Jennifer Barfield. In the back row are Thomas Bastyr (Coweta County), Stephanie Scott (Fayette County), Eric Girault, Tomeka Ross, Katina Skipper and Alton Spells. Not pictured are Ebony Patterson and Megan Brooke Jones (Fayette County). Photo/Special.

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