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December 19, 2012

Herold awarded scholarship

THOMASVILLE — The John B. Gordon chapter 383 United Daughters of the Confederacy proudly presented Callie Herold a $200 chapter UDC scholarship at the December meeting. Herold recently became a UDC member after aging out from the Children of the Confederacy. Herold is attending South Georgia College in Douglas, GA.Members of the Scholarship Committee are Vice President Kathy Mills, 2nd Vice President Mary Julia Coons, and President Sheila Tucker.

 

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