March 2013 Vol. 2 Issue 6
We love to spread good news about our alumni. Please share your successes, promotions, retirements, marriages, births and adoptions on the Class Notes link.
Johnette LaMons ’04 and her husband Tommy have celebrated 35 years of marriage.
Terrill Cooper ’09 and Shakema Cooper ’09 have both earned their BSN from Georgia Southwestern and they are expecting their first baby in July.
For the third year, Darton State College has been named a military-friendly school by Military Advanced Education in its 2013 Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges and Universities.
Read more about it at www.darton.edu/news_n_events/read.php
Darton Alumni Association met at Henry Campbell's Steakhouse in February for its first mixer of 2013. We were having such a great time that before the night ended we were already planning the next two events!
One of the best ways to keep in contact with the Darton Alumni Association is to "like" our Facebook page. We'll give you up-to-date information about great events going on in the community and on campus, volunteer and networking opportunities. www.facebook.com/#!/DartonAlumni
Darton State College freshman Jamel Sharp won the 125-pound class NJCAA Wrestling Championship title, Saturday, to become the first wrestler from Darton State College to stand above the rest on the champion's podium.
In this issue
Being the president of the Darton State College Alumni Association isn't the first leadership role at Darton for Wes Sadler.
It's going to be a great night at Austin's Firegrill for alumni to bring their families out to reconnect with old friends and make new ones.
Come run your butt off for scholarships! This high energy event will be lots of fun with our cheerleaders cheering you on during the 5K and 1 mile fun run. Walkers and runners of all levels welcome.
Come to our Clay Shoot at the Flint Skeet and Trap Club. $40 includes lunch catered by the Darton Cookers our award winning BBQ team. Call 317-6560 for tickets. All proceeds go toward scholarships for Business and Social Science students.