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TO TET INVOLVED 4 



JOIN A TEAM 6 
ACT OUT 30 
EXPLORE 43 



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TO FUN 50 

JOIN A CLUB 52 

HAVE A BALL 72 

MAKE FRIENDS 78 



ESSENT I ALS 

TO PIEDMONT 88 

SAY CHEESE 90 
PICK A MAJOR IOQ 
MEET THE TEACH f 28 



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Piedmont College 

165 Central Avenue 

Demorest, GA 30535 

Phone (706) 778-3000 
Fax (706) 778-0701 
www.piedmont.edu 



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^ President Ray Cleere 

Provost/ Vice President of Academic Affairs James Mellichamp 

Enrollment: 2,742 



ES8ENTI ALS 
TO PIEDMONT 




In this 90th edition of the Yearbook, 

I wanted to remember what is 

essential to Piedmont. Just as pen 

and paper are essential to a 

workplace, the students, classes, 

and professors make Piedmont what 

it is, a college promoting high 

standards and a friendly 

environment in which to learn. I 

believe the relationships and 

memories we experience here are 

essential to making us each 

better students and friends. 

MARY BETH WILLIAMS 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 






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~ ^Ej£. 3. Students enjoy a game of flag 

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WEALTH 




k WELLNESS 




BJ Hampton. Josh Merril, Natalie Danna, Kyle Bellamy. Brett Bellamy. Rebekah Staton. Bnanna 

Foley. Sasha Ugi, Mallory Oimarco. Nikki King. Jennifer Fuller. Tabitha Blackmon. Danielle 

Baker, Leah Delia Torre. Olivia Swisher. Michelle LaFontaine 

Left. Leah Delia Torre and Jennifer Fuller work the booth during the club 

fair to encourage students to get fit and excited about staying healthy. 



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Brandon Hitch getting ready to give 
Piedmont a base runner. 



Third baseman Andrew Migetz warms up for the inning 






Caleb Cochran works Piedmont out of a jam 



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MEM'S BASKETBALL 

The team earned the title of the 8th Annual 9/1 1 NYC Tournament of Heroes by only 
two points, making this the highlight of the season. 



Daniel Lampl looks down low to make a post enty pass against Ferrum College on 
December 15. 2009. 




h flaymore , Michael Rubio, Michael Gunsolus, Peter Ricks , Daniel Lampl, Sam Coppage.Dee Smith, Will Martin, Tracey Gardner, J.C. Herebia, Jim Orr, Philli, 
F^ffbld, Josh Chapman, Mike Chatman, Jocelyn Glenn, Assistant Coach Graham Crain, Head Coach Lee Glenn, Assistant Coach Greg Neely and Matt McKinney. 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



After a rough start, the Lady Lions marked the highest score output of the 
season in a game against Huntingdon earning their fourth Great South 
Athletic Conference victory. 



Keiondna Thompson, Shanice Wheeler, Alyssa Jones, Karena Brown, Lisa Jennings, Emily Woodward, Lindsey Wiley, Holly Cochran, Nikki Winn, Amber Sanerfield, Laura 
Simmons, Lauren Anderson, McKenzie Reeves, Kayla Smith, Mandy Beasley, Lindsey Logan.-Courtney Clark, Jordan Gustavel 

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Lindsey Wiley hesitates before taking the ball to the rim to 
score for the Lady Lions. 

Mandy Beasley drives the lane and finishes over two 
Huntingdon defenders. 







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Lisa Jennings lakes her defender 10 ihe hole to score. 




Megan Day, Ryan Cobo. Mike Matthews. Jen Granlund, Paige Eslinger. Tyler Baldonado. 
Kalin DeMarns and Rachel Powell cheer on their Lady Lions. 



Llndsey Logan posts up her defender on the black during the 
Lady Lions win over Huntingdon. 



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GHgERLgADIMf? 

Giving Piedmont tons of school spirit. 



Kristen Payne waits for the captain to call the next set of cheers. 



Senior cheerleaders Ashley Benfield, Sarah Simler, Renee Lowry, Mernssa Gallegos, Leah Cunningha 
and Melissa Crain. 




Michelle LaFontaine, Leah 

Cunningham, Merrissa Gallegos, Renee 

Lowry, Aubrey Tidwell, Sarah Gardiner, 

Nancy Galo, Sarah Simler, Kristen 

Payne, Lauren Boone, Danielle Vidd, 

Ashley Benfield, Mallory DiMarco, 

Marquanne Couch, Emily Masten, 

Melissa Cram, Cindy Dye. 



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SEN'S CROSS COUNTRY 

This year the Piedmont College men's cross country team took home the Great South Athletic 
Conference Championship, claiming the title by just three points. Head coach Scott Stanley 
was named Coach of the Year. 



Aaron Saylor faces his competitors in the rain 



Michael Fidero 

paces himself to 

the finish. 




Head coach Scott Stanley, Montez 

Jones, Michael Fidero, Matt Collins, 

James Maxwell, Wesley Milton and 

Aaron Saylor. 



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WOMEN' 3 GROSS 

COUNTRY 




Leah Cunningham. Kane Rice and Melissa Cram spnni toward the finish. 



rtney Powell, Erin McCallisier, Scott Stanley, Anna McClatchy, Michelle Sosia. 



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JEW'S noLF 



The men finished 1 5th place at the Royal Lakes 
Collegiate Invitational and finished runner-up at the 
Georgia Mountains Trophy held at Kingwood Resort. 




David Strader, Josh Murphy, Trey — 
McConnell, Taylor Gary, Andy Armson, irZJZ_XZX- ZT 

Jeffrey Ledford, Tyler Roberts, Clifton ■ ■+ - • - — ll. . 

Barton, Noah Nenleton and ~"5mr. w _ — -»y — r^j ^lv"^""- 

Head Coach Dusty Rogers. 




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Megan Carr. Ashley Rutledge. Kimberly 
Tucket, Cayla Banks. Maria Caner. 
Beihann Rogers. Kinsley Smith and 
ead Coach Dusty Rogers. 




A Jt Above, the team holds the flag 

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Left. Ashley Rutledge. Cayla 
Banks and Bethann Rogers are 
all smiles after their day on the 
green. 



Ashley Rutledge heads to the course. 



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Jorge Pradilla flicks the ball over the goalie's reach 




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Joey Kneger advances ihe ball upheld. 



Jeremy Strife keeps the ball in bounds. 




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Brielle Cobb steals the ball from an opponent 




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Caithn Hurt! goes for a free kick. 





Stephen Andrew. Brittany Way, Caitlin Hurd. 

Macie Rooke. Missy Hoffman, Casey Lovelady. 
I Katie Floyd, Justine Clay, Katie Porter. Autumn 
I Richardson, Caitlin Delvasto, Kaitlyn Induni, Alex 
I Bylo, Brooke Terilli. Bnelle Cobb, Erin Pippin, 
I Tamara Takas, Nicole Hood. Sara Lindsley, 
I Jessica Powell, Katherine Metz, Knsten Murn. 
I Miranda Seabolt. Kaitlyn Pannell. Alex Crqteau and 
I Assistant Coach Timothy McCormack. 



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SOFTBALL 



H annah McKay prepares to field the ground ball. 



Emily Cheek gets the pitch call from Coach Terry Mortin 




First baseman Danielle Baker focuses on catching the ball for the Piedmont out 



Piedmont pitcher B. J. Cofer throwing 
yet another strike. 



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Laura Pucketl rounding the bases 10 another 
Piedmont run. 



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Infielder Nikki Eastman fields the ball and tries to turn the double-play 



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i the snow, Assistant Coach Leah Delia Torre and Casey Reed, Emily Cheek, Hannah McKay, Amy Thompson, Jennifer Wormley, Megan Kesler, Megan McClain.BJ Cofer. Head 
oach Terry Martin, Michelle Crandall, Raley White, Taylor Morgan, Brandi Hellemn, Olivia Swisher, Becca Renfroe, Jamie Dennis. Nikki Eastman. 



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MEH ' S TEHH I S 



Mike Gadbois, Jon Reinert, Matt Gadbois, Adam Penllo, Travis Ragsdale, Jimmy McGuigan and Coach Courtney Rutherford. 








in Reinert in a match against Emmanuel College. 



Michael Rubio returns the ball. 



Jimmy McGuigan gets fired up during his match. 




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WOMEN'S TENNIS 



Michelle Holland concentrates during a match against 

Maryville. 






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Assistant coach Jill Sparger, Hallye Jerkins, Heather Stafford, Shelby Fooshee, Nikki Cole, Katie Tucker, Rachel Powell, 
Coach Sid Feldman, Kalin DeMarns, Michelle Tesina, Casey Schnautz, Erin Krause and Mary Beck. 

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Hallye Jerkins prepares to receive the ball 



Katie Tucker blocks as the opposing team 
spikes the ball over the net. 



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AG^-aUT 



ART SHOW 



Josh Green, Alexa Berrong. Dr. Chris Kelly, Virginia 
Scoichie, Rick Hirsch, Scon Heyer. Ted Metz. Kenneth 
Baskin, Alex an assistant to Ted Met/. Cara Kei 
Amber Eller, Carolyn Mote and Dreama, an assistant to 
Kenneth Baskin. 



Below, the artists during a 

question- and- answer session. 

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Ted Metz, Virginia Scotchie, Rick Hirsch, Scott Heyer and Kenneth 
Baskin in front of their anwork. 

Left, a crucible designed by the Kenneth Baskin opening. 




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Dr. Wallace Hinson, Jessica Allen, Heather Vaughn, Brett Bellamy, Jara Myers, David Chandler, Mary Helen Still, Luna Dunnett, Kyle Bellamy and Benji Stegner. 



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LESSORS & GWR0L8 

A program of the telling of the Christmas story. 



Or. Lauren Ringwall, ihe new director of Lessons and 
Carols, directing Chorale. 








CHAMBER SIXERS 

An all-audition choir comprised of 40 student singers. 



A side view of the bass, tenor and alto sections before the fall concert. 




Mary Helen Still, Sophia Allison and Heather Vaughn during their trio in 
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel. 



Louise Bass on the organ 



ACT OUT 



Dr. Wallace Hinson warming up 
the choir. 

Caleb Faille and Jacob Douylliez stay 
focused on the conductor. 




Britt Hensley. Brianna Foley. Rebekah Staton and 
Klanesha Hunter sing in harmony. 



Vlary Helen Still, Benji Stegner, Brut Hensley, John Wright, Dr. Phillip Hayner, Jara Myers, Kyle Bellamy, Maghan Holmes, Jessica 
Mien, Jeff Hall, Luna Dunnett, Moleek Simmons, Brett Bellamy, Brianna Foley, Elise Millwood. David Chandler, Heather Vaughn. 
.indsey Brakhage, Ian Vencil, Portia Burns, Sky Ross, Brandon Mahaffey, Sarah Nelms, Mary Beth Williams. Caleb Faille. Rebekah 
Staton, Sophia Allison, Phillip Slusser, Allison Criswell, John King, Katie Clements, Katie Sawhill. Josh Tison. Brittany West. Jacob 
Douylliez, Klanesha Hunter, Jessica King, Kyle Thurmond, Lily Landeros, Katie Gulley, Sarah Pursser. Breigh Redding and Jay Canning. 




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THE BOYS 
NEXT DOOR 



A short timespan of what life is like in the eyes 
of special needs people 




Arnold, played by Brandon Mahaffey: "I'm sort of a nervous 
person." 



Arnold, Norman and Lucien try to kill a mouse that turns out to be 

Mrs. Warren's hamster. 



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randon Mahaffey, Jennifer Fuller, Shannon Webber, Man Curtis, Dillon Nelson, Stephanie Bignault. Patrick Rose. Natalie Danna. Gina Hawkins, Anna Gunter. Seb Burnett. Mat f-ned. 

eather Thomas, Jeff Kelly, John King, Jessica Allen and Professor and director Bill Gabelhausen. 




Barry tries to teach Mrs. Hedges the basics of golf, but all she 
wants to do is talk about hedges. 





YOU'RE A *JOOD MAW, 
CHARLIE R»."i\* 




A children's play based on the Peanuts comic strip. 



A famous image from the Charlie Brown cartoons: Lucy offers advice 

about life to Charlie Brown. 




Lucy, played by Katie Sawhill, 

completes a survey on her 

personality traits. 



ACT OUT 




loopy, played by Jennifer Fuller, declares his love of suppertime 



TROJAN WOMEN 

Euripides' Trojan Women\s a Greek tragedy directed by Bill Gabelhausen. 



Abbie Strickland, Jessica King, and Whitni Coke portray the dancing 
women of Troy before the destruction of the city. 



Heather Thomas is Cassandra, daughter of Hecuba 




Natalie Danna, Brit Hensley and Elizabeth Farmer gather around Liat Faver, who portrays Hecuba, to comfort her 
after the loss of one of her children. 



Gina Hawkins, as Rosie the Riveter, leads the dancers at the start of the show 



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Casi and production staff are Taylor 
Howard, Professor John Spiegel, Nolan 
Garreit, Patrick Rose, Justin Doro, 
Professor Bill Gabelhausen, Peter Davis, 
Moleek Simmons, Anna Gunter, John 
King, Carmen Little, Katie Sawhill, Dillon 
Nelson, Jessica Allen, Natalie Danna, 
Matt Jackson, Stephanie Bignault, 
Whitm Coke, Brut Hensley, Brandon 
Mahaffey. Abbie Strickland, Hannah 
Thomas, Liat Faver, Gina Hawkins, 
Jessica King, Heather Thomas, Shannon 
Webber. Heather Browning and 
Elizabeth Farmer. 





1ND ENSEMBLE 

The Fall concert, conducted by Ann Alford was her last perfor- 
mance for the group. 



Sarah Nelms plays the flute. 



Lance Turner, Chris Hill and Justin Buchannan play trumpet 
next to Kelsie Carnes and Nathan Wayne playing the french horns. 



Phillip Slusser, part of the Clarinet 

Quartet, performed Bagatelle written 

by Clare Grundman and The Entertainer 

by Scott Joplin. 




ACT OUT 






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ARIZONA 




Students studying Anthropology and Enviromenta 
Psychology explore Indian history on a maymester 

expedition. 



Dr. Viviane Daigle, Annette Lee, Vicky Jones 

and Dr. Max White at the University of 

Arizona, in Tucson. 




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Erin Ashcroft and Jessie McLanahan on Main Street in Sun City, Arizona. 

Dr. Viviane Daigle, Amanda Hulsey, Erin Ashcroft, Ben Brown, Kristen 

Greco, Jessie McLanhan, Laine George, Vicky Jones, Annette Lee, and 

Dr. Max White at the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona 



Homes in the StoneCurve Cohousing 
Community, Tucson, Arizona 




EXPLORE 



sta Trit! finishes setting up camp for the nigh 



BARTRAW TRAIL 

Students follow the trail marked by William Bartram while studying plant 

diversity and naturalist writing. 




Left, Ryan Smith poses in front of the overlook 




COSTA RIGA 



Chris Leone, Dr. Michael 

Dillon, Sonya Brown, Emilie 

Garner, Jeremy Slille and Lydia 

Scarborough overlooking a volcano. 

Their tour guide's son poses with 

them. 



Jeremy St i He at 

Manuel Antonio 

trying to sneak up 

on wild iguanas. 




Sonya Brown, Emilie Gamer and Chris Leone 

volunteer their time to help make pinatas 

for children to sell to make money for their 

families. 



Lydia Scarborough holds a baby snake 

at the Inbio National Park while on a 

tour of the wildlife and rainforests. 



EXPLORE 




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Business students take a trip to explore 
European business models. 




The main headquarters of BMW 
in Munich, Germany. 




Far left, Stephanie Smith, April 
Reed, Nikki Cole, Yvonne McKethan- 
Roberts, Ann Sutton, Jenise Wright, 
Anthony Franklin, Bobbie Cofer, Erin 
Pippin, Amanda Hunter, Sarah Weir, 

iam Jones, Matthew Woodie 
and Professor Jonathan Fite visit the 
French border in Geneva, Switzerland 

Ann Sutton, Matthew Woodie, Jenise Wright, 
Anthony Franklin, Professor Raymond Kreiner, 
Amanda Hunter, Yvonne McKethan-Roberts, Sarah 
Weir, April Reed, Bobbie Cofer, William Jones, 
Erin Pippin, Stephanie Smith, Nikkr Cole, Professor 
Jonathan Fite visiting the seashore in Lausanne, 
Switzerland. 



Ann Sutton, Stephanie Smith and Professor Raymond 
Kreiner looking over information available during a trip to 
the United Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland. 



Left, Ynonne McKethan-Roberts picks out her BMW at the 
Dingolfing, Germany manufacturing plant. 



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JAPAN 



Preston Saunders, Margaret Fiedler, Nicole Eastman, Mary Elizabeth Whitecotton, Megan 
Barbour. Autumn Richardson, Chris Kelly, Anana Sharpe, Carisa Griffin, Ashley Overmyer, 
Meghan Hudson, Sarah Argentina, Hollie Crumlley and Jessica Bozeman at a Kiyomizu temple 

in Kyoto. 




Sarah Argentina, 

Ashley Overmyer, 

Meghan Hudson, 

Autumn Richardson 

and Anana Sharpe 

ate a traditional 

Bento Lunch in 

Kanazawa. 



Holie Crumley, Ashley Overmyer, Nicole Eastman and Megan Barbour 
participate in a tea ceremony in Kanazawa. 



Preston Saunders, Margaret Fiedler, Hollie Crumley, Nicole Eastman, Megan 
Barbour, Autumn Richardson, Anana Sharpe, Meghan Hudson, Sarah 
Argentina, Carisa Griffin, Chris Kelly, Ashley Overmyer, Mary Elizabeth 
litecotton and Jessica Bozeman at a Kenrokuen garden in Kanazawa. 



EXPLORE 



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W YORK CITY 



Theatre and Music majors take a 
maymester trip to expand their knowledge 
of the arts. 



Benji Stegner, Gina Hawkins, Heather Thomas, Shannon 
Webber and Maghan Holmes enjoy the sights and sounds 
of New York City. 





Gina Hawkins, Dillon Nelson and Benji 
Stegner stop on the sidewalk for a quick 
photo. 

Far left, Gina Hawkins, Benji Stegner, 
Dillon Nelson, Heather Thomas 
and Shannon Webber pose with 
Spiderman. 



y Helen Still, Heather Thomas, Patrick Rose, Gina Hawkins, Shannon Webber, Maghan Holmes, Dillon Nelson, Luna Dunnett and Benji Stegner in Times 
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ESSENTIALS TO FUN. 





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ALPHA CHI 





Dr. Curtis Bradford, Dr. Ralph Singer, Dr. Stephen 
Whited, Sherri W. Cook, Tammy Gamber. Mary Ann 
Russell, and Alyssa N. Sciavicco 




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ALPHA LAMBDA 

A freshman honor society. 



DELTA 




Ashley Jordan and Liz Holtz hold their candles 
during the Induction ceremony. 
Zach Thomaswick, secretary, Faith Cousino, treasurer, Natalie Danna, 
president, and Sasha Ugi, vice president. 




Ryan Smith, Zach Thomaswick, Caitlin Baerne, Katie Rice, Brandi Lane, Krista Tritt, Jeff Peel, Kel Lee Cutrell, Dr. Cynthia Vance, Natalie Danna, Ashley Jordan, Faith Cousino, Justine Clay, Tamai 
, Aubrey Tidwell, Jenny Fowler, Katie Clements, Sasha Ugi, Beth Gossett, Emma York, Allison Whittaker, Trent Smith, Randall King, Liz Holtz and Britt Hensley. 



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Jessica Allen and Stephanie Bignauli acting in a student directed play. 
Middle, Moleek Simmons , Matt Jackson and Liat Faver work on the set design. 

Carmen Little, Katie Sawhill, Stephanie Bignault, Dillon Nelson, Anna Gunter, Matt Jackson, Matt Curtis, Patrick 
Rose, Bntt Hensley, Brandon Mahaffey, John King, Heather Thomas, Shannon Webber, Natalie Danna, Krista Tritt, 
Jennifer Fuller, Christina Brown, Nolan Garrett, Elizabeth Farmer, Heather Browning and Gma Hawkins. 





Heather Thomas, Dillon Nelson, Gina Hawkins, Shannon Webber, Katie Sawhill and Matt 
Jackson, the seniors of Alpha Psi. 

Anna Gunter and Dillon Nelson asked for canned goods as a ticket to watch the student 
produced plays. 




*GAMf»U8 ACTIVITY 



BOARD 

Planning activities for the campus and community 



Courtney Benson and Maria Carter enjoy ice skating at IceForum in December. 



Brandon Callahan was a psychopath 

in the Haunted House, held the night 

before Halloween in the GB dorm. 



Kim Allen and Quintinella 

Paschal give out candy 

in the Student Center 

the night of the Haunted 

House. 




JOIN A CLUB 





BATE 

Allowing students to discuss real world issues 
with the Parlamentary format of debate. 



Michael Barry prepares his speech before 
addressing ihe opposing side. 



Below, Dr. Janice Moss, Cadman Kiker, Michael Barry, Dustin Ingram, Tim Hudson, 

Bethany Murley, Brittnye Hawks, Kami Anderson and Alyssia Crump. 



Dustin Ingram states his side of the issue. 



FILM CLUB 

A group who loves movies and classic films. 





Beth Yeary, Dr. Hugh Davis, Emd 
Curtale, Jacob Reed, Amy Masten^ 
Faver, Mary Helen Still, Man Jaekson, 
Michelle Barks, Dr. Stephanie Aimagno, 
Natalie Crawford and Tim Suda 




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HISTORY SOGI 

Kings Mountain American Revolutionary War Battlefield trip 



ETY 




Cadman Kiker, Professor Garen Simmons. Dr. Ralph Singer, William Havlen 

Jennifer Ord. Savannah Kilby, Ethan Burke, Brandie Lane, DeAnne Carswell 

Ian Layer, Jeannie Locklair and Louis Cassamajor 



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QQSPEL 

A chance for students to sing praise and gospel music. 



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it Bellamy, Sky Ross, John Wright, Mark Maynard, Phillip Slusser, Lindsey Brackhage. Ty Jones and Brittany 
jst move to the music as they sing. 

KAPPA PI 

A club for students who love art. 



Portia Burns, leader of the Gospel Choir, speaks at the beginning of the 
concert, / Shell Wear a Crown. 




MAVI <?ATO 



The student run newspaper. 

Beth Yeary, Michael Barry, Matthew 

Jackson, Dustin Ingram, Sadie 

Blankenship and Joy Ugi. 



Bebekah Scruggs, 
Living and Calendar 
Editor, brainstorms 

upcoming stories. 




Above, Sadie Blankenship and 
Matthew Jackson at the weekly 
meeting for the Navigator, 



Joy Ugi, Editor-in-Chief 
of the Nsvigator. 

Far right, Dustin Ingram, 
Sports Editor. 



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OUTDOOR CLUB 

Sponsoring activites for club members 

and students interested in the 

outdoors and nature. 



: ar left. Jim Orr climbs the water slide that 
Jrops into the lake. 

tney Matthews and Emilie Garner after 
rappelling down the cliff. 



Far Left, Michael Barry scales the 40 
foot cliff. 

Left, students get ready to eat before 
heading to the water at the picnic to 
kick off the new school year. 




Louis Cassamajor and Faith Cousino toss the football during the annual 
picnic. 

Luke Story, ZackThomaswick, Faith Cousino, Savannah Kilby, Emilie 
Garner, Whitney Matthews, Philip Slusser, Josh Merrill, Michael Barry and 
Kami Anderson near Scottsville, AL on the rappelling trip . 



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PATRIOTS OF PIEDMONT 

Supporting the troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. 



The Hammer Company stationed in Iraq and supported by Patriots 
The SSG Eric Johnson and 3rd Platoon Outlaws in Afghanistan. 




or of Sept. 1 1 , students and faculty gather at the Quad for a memorial service to pray for those who died an 
also for those who are now serving their country in the military. 



JOIN A CLUB 




P S I CM I 

A group of individuals pursuing Psychology 
as a field of study. 



Dr. Cynthia Vance awarding Laurel Caner wiih her honor cords. 




Tamara Daniels, 
Katelyn Futon. 
Michelle Holland 
and Laura Kirk 
at the induction 
ceremony. 



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WRFP A student-run radio station serving the 
Piedmont College community. 




stin Ingram doing an on-remote broadcast 



Above, Matthew Jackson 
opperatmg the soundboard 
and on-air microphone. 



May Home and Elizabeth 
Farmer on the guest 
microphone for an interview. 




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ELI 4 10 US LIFE 



Ashley Cleere speaking 
at Convocation. 



Whale Raising at New Bedford, the 
new dorm on the Demorest campus. 



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Students and faculty watch as Catie 
Buchanan releases ladybugs into the '$ if 
Quad on Earth Day. ." i 




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Phillip Slusser, Luna Dunnett, Heather Vaughn and Sarah Nelms 



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ROTARACT CLUB 

The college version of Rotary International works on service 
projects around Habersham County as well as internationally. 




President of Rotaract Club, Tim Suda, works 
on cutting trim forthe house. 




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STEP TEA* 



Through a routine of stomps and claps, these performers command 
attention during basketball halftimes. 



Steppers Lily Landeros, Caleb Faille, Michelle Sosia, Anthony Quillian, Brittany West, Portia Burns and Tisha Ruck 



Portia Burns choreographs the moves and is the captain of the team 




Caleb Faille during a halftime performance of a men's 
basketball game. 

Anthony Quillian performs at a home game 



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STUDENT 

Addressing student concerns while reaching 

out to the community. 



AFFA i ®$ 

CABINET 



Bret! Grantham, Luke Story, Jacob Douylliez, Brandon Callahan, Ashley Rutledge, Jessica Barrett, Sarah Simler, 
Erin Ashcraft and Anna Nix. 




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AM PIEDMONT 

Student representatives of the college. 



Tamara Budd, Jessica Williams and Katie Rice tye-dye T-shirts 
with high school seniors at the Fall Festival. 



Mary Hunter and 

Brooke Lowe 

help at a Preview 

Piedmont day. 



Nathan Dean, Casey Martin, 

Rebecca Bloomingdale, Torey 

Poole, Justin Doro, Sarah 

Gardiner, Tamara Budd, Katelyn 

Fitton, Elizabeth Nylander, Emily 

Woodward, Renee Lowry, Jeff 

Kelly, Jenny Shane, Katie Rice, 

Luke Story, Mary Hunter, Ashley 

Rutledge and Jennifer Fuller. 



Nathan Dean works 

hard convincing 

high schoolers that 

Piedmont College 

is the best fit for 

them. 




Right, Casey Martin and Jeff Kelly take a moment to kid around while 

waiting for a busy day to begin. 



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TORCH OF 



PIEDMONT 



The oldest honor society at Piedmont, focusing on women who display 
qualities of leadership and executive ability. 



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Jessica Allen, Cara Rousey, Karen Manglno, Abby 
Crump, Jessica Lee, Erika Franklin, Caitlin Hurd. 
Sandy Wheeler, Lisa Talley, Erin Chatham, Staci 
Smith, Sandra Vetrano, Luna Ounnetl, Liat Faver, 
Katie Sawhill and Tammy Buffington. 
Not pictured: Kelly Branson, Lauren Evans, Shaleen 
Scott, Jill Zamudio. 



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Each student is required to view 
three speakers. 



Drew Davis explains the order of speakers and has 
students gather into groups. 



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TV PIEDMONT 

Channel 60 runs continuous programming for the campus. 



Cassie Evans and Michael Barry operate the switcher and 
sound board while directing the overall show. 



Nancy Galo interviews guests from 
Pet's Gone Wild. 




JOIN A CLUB 



YEARBOOK 




Above, Rebecca Bloomingdale. 
Jessica Wilkie and Katie Hollowell, 
freshman photographers. 



ebecca Bloomingdale Jessica Wilkie 



Louis Cassamajor 



Kami Anderson 



Katie Hollowell 




Mary Beth Williams and Sasha Ugi design layouts, 
write copy, and are responsible for the overall 
appearance of the yearbook. 



Left, Louis Cassamajor and Kami Anderson, photographers. 



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oman Rogers gets ready to play dodgeball during PC 101 sponsored 
/ent that raised money for Circle of Hope, a battered women's shelter. 



Virginia Hill, Torey Poole, Sam Chastain and Kimberly Tucker help during a fashion show and 
dance hosted by the freshman early childhood education majors. Proceeds raised were donated 
to the American Cancer Society, 




campus-wide drive was held through November to collect baby items for Habersham Life Crisis Pregnancy Center. Sasha Ugi, Ty Jones, Danielle Baker, 
atie Corlev. Aimee Garner and Andrea S nshe stand around the items collected at the Baby Shower given to present the gifts to the center and learn more 
]out what they do. 




Brm Hensley and Brandon Mahaffey pose as the Cleeres 




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Lib'h i . 1 1 1 1 . - in I Abl kland dressed as Prince Cha » ^ 

White. They were accompianied by one dwarf, an apple and the witch. 




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dance floor. 




Group winners Dustin Ingram, Rebekah Scruggs, Jay 
Canning, Stephanie Bignault, Anthony Saputo and Mary 
Beth Williams dressed as Col. Mustard, Miss White, 
Professor Plum, Mrs. Scarlet, Mr. Green and Mrs. Peacock 
from the game Clue. 



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STUDENT ACT IV IT IE 

From festivals to ice skating, the student body enjoys good times together. 



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Right, Jamie Kull, Caleb Cochran, Brandon Mahaffey 
and Matt Bolt carve pumpkins at Fall Festival. 



Cate Latoni, Danielle Baker and Krista Tritt wait for Speed Dating in the 
Student Center to begin. 





Torey Poole, Maria Carter, Courtney Benson, Katie Justice, Tara Keilholtz, Kimberly Tucker, Sam Chastin, Kayla Watson, Bethany Murley, Brook Beggs and Fish Haddock get 
ready for a game of Powderpuff. 



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Cheerleaders Mallory DiMarco, Nancy Galo, Renee Lowry, 
Sarah Simler, Cindy Dye, Mernssa Gallegos, Danielle Vidd. 
Emily Masten and Marquanne Couch gather around Santa 
at Winter Fest. 





Jena Massey and Jenny Fowler tie-dye T-shirts at Fall Festival. 



Maria Carter and Alex Comstock have fun ice skating during a CAB event. 



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MAKE FFM-ENDS 



FRE3HMAM WOVE- I W 

New students settle in at Purcell and Getman- Babcock for their 



Iretl Bellamy moves in his wardrobe. 



next four years at Piedmont. 



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FRESHMAN OR 1 ENTAT I OH 

Freshmen enjoyed a cookout and Y-camp as a part of their Piedmont Orientation experience. 



Courtney Benson, Emily Palmer, Ian 
Vencil and Nikki King enjoy the music 
and company at the Alumni cookout. 




MAKE FRIENDS 



Ashley Benfield, Kaielyn Fitton and Jim Orr ^ " ™ 
balance on the safety platform. 



Cassie Evans swings from the rope in 
order to get to the safety platform. 




Without speaking, students arrange themselves in 

birthday order. 



GOHVOQATI OH 

A ceremony to welcome freshmen and honor students for their achievements. 



Maghan Holmes delivers a speech to encourage the freshmen. 




Luke Story carries the Piedmont flag to begin the ceremony 



Dr. Ken Melichar, Dr. Albert Pleysier, Dr. Carlos Camp and Dr. Ralph Singer 



WAKE FRIENDS 



ike Story lakes Jennifer Fuller and Sky Ross's orders. 



A place for students to eat and watch a 
movie or play games. 




Mary Hunter and Luke Story face off in a game of Yahlzee. 




DORM LIFE 

It may be crazy, but it's always fun living with your friends. 



Jeremy Miller and Tyler Roberts help Sam Chastain and Kimberly Tucker finish their laundry. 



Virginia Hill and Kaitlin Griffin help each other with 
homework in their room. 




Can you find Cayla Banksin all her camouflage? 



Moses Das, Dustin Ingram and Alexander Harris in 
Purcell at Kills Villa, a student-run dance party. 



MAKE FRIENDS 



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Natalie Dana, Leah Delia Torre and 
Jennifer Fuller serve Wallace dorm. 

Right, Purcell RAs Sean McGuire, Zack 

Seymour, Nathan Dean and Devin Pass 

all band together to beat up Justin Doro. 




Zack Seymour, B.J. Hampton, Mark Maynard, Devin Pass, J.C. Herbia, Justin Doro, Sean McGuire, Katie Corley, 
Danielle Baker, Jennifer Fuller, Ty Jones, Sasha Ugi, Natalie Danna, Leah Delia Torre, Michelle LaFontaine, Maghan 
Holmes and Nathan Dean. 



MAKE FRIENDS 



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Leah Delia Torre, Michelle LaFoniaine, B.J. 
Hampton. Mark Maynard. Assistant Dean of 
Student Development, and Devin Pass. 




Katie Corley, J.C. Herbia 
and Ty Jones, the RAs of 
Mayflower, Johnson and 
Swanson. 



Michelle LaFontame, Sasha Ugi, Maghan Holmes and Danielle Baker are 
the RAs and RD of Getman- Babcock dorm. 



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Miracle Adkins 



Blake Ajbenson 



Jessica AIIbj] 



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STUDENT INDIVIDUALS 



"Blex Biiiilic 



Brooke Beggs 



Bret! Bellamy 



Kyle Bellamy 



Ashley Benfield 



CounneyAnn Benson 




Rebecca Bloomingdale 



Christina Brown 



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Stephanie Bignault 







Abigail Black 



Dusty Black 



Erin Black 



Sadie Blankenship 




Matt Bolt 



Lauren Boone 



Lindsey Brakhage 



Eric Brand 



Tiffany Bray 




Karena Brown 



Abby Bruce 



Colton Bryant 



Catie Buchanan 



Katie Buice 





Alex Bylo 



Kevin Caldwell 



Natisha Camp 








STUDENT INDIVIDUALS 



Chris Canavan 
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Whitney Canup 



Max Caron 



Megan Carr 



Maria Carter 



Haley Caurthon 



David Chandler 



Josh Chapman 



Samantha Chastain 



MikeChatman 




Jacob Clark 



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Justine Clay 



Brielle Cobb 



Angelique Cobern 




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Jordan Coffman 



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Alex Constock 



Samuel Coppage 



Marquanne Couch 



Faith Cousino 



Melissa Crain 



AlexCroteau 



Leah Cunningham 








Deime Caulin 




Courtney Clark 




Curtis Cornett 




an Curtis 




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Kevin D'Antignac 



Natalie Danna 



Moses Das 



Rebecca Shae David 



Klmi Davis 



Neil Davis 



Mallory DiMarco 



Mitzi Dunagan 



Kyle Davis 




Peter Davis 




Caitlin Delvasto 

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Kalin DeMarrais 



Jamie Dennis 



Jonathan Desilets 



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Tucker Dixon 



Jessica Dobbs 

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Amber Dodd 



Justin Doro 



John Duke 




Cindy Dye 



Ashlee Elford 



Paige Eslmger 



Boone Evans 



Cassie Evans 




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Clifford Forrester 



Jenny Fowler 



Ashleigh Free 



Brian Gaid 



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Alex Gailey Shadowlyn Gaither-Wilsor 





Mernssa Gallegos 



Nancy Galo 



Sara Gardiner 



Win fe \i> 

Tracey Gardner 




Emilie Garner 




Katie Geeter Matthew Goodman Beth Gossett Andy Graf 



Jennifer Granlund 



Elizabeth Lane Gresham 



Kaitlin Griffin 



Katie Guliey 



Michael Gunsolus 



Ann Harris 



Brett Grantham 




Molly Harris 




SAY CHEESE 



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Brut Hensley 



J.C. Herebia 



Virginia Hill 



Brandon Hitch 



Lauren Hodges 



Vlissy Hoffman 




Matthew Jackson 



Chad Jenkins 




Hallye Jerkins 



CodyJett 



Montez Jones 




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Katie Justice 



Stanley Kay 



Man Keadle 
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Tara Keilholtz 



Marcus Kelley 



Ty Jones 




Cara Kenney 



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Krissi Kesler 



Jessica King 



John King 



Nicole King 



Erin Krause 



Jake Kreiger 




COLLEGE 



Jamie Lee 



Ins Ling 



Blake Mahaffey 



Jake Lee 



Josh Lee 



Chris Leone 




Corey Lindsey 

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Sara Lindsley 




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Manssa Linleton 



Nina Long 



Casey Lovelady 



Renee Lowry 



Alejandra Luke 




Brandon Mahaffey 



Will Martin 



Jena Massey 



Emily Masten 



Whitney Mattews 




SAY CHEESE 



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Summer Matyok 



James Maxwell 



Mak McAllister 



Megan McClain 



Anna McClaichy 




Kevin McConnell 



Trey McConnell 



Josh McEachin 



Amanda McGahee 



Leah McGeary 



John McClenny 



Isaac McKelvey 




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Colby Means 



Kathenne Metz 



Ethan Miers 



Andrew Mlgetz 



Annelise Millwood 



Wesley Milton 




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Kaiilyn Pannell 



Cameron Parsony 



Davis Patrick 



Kristen Payne 



Michelle Payne 



Lauren Peters 




Torey Poole 




Katie Poner Caleb Powell 



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Jessica Powell 

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Rachel Powell 



Briana Powers 



PJEDMO 



Jorge Pradilla 




Bryan Prevatte 



Ashley Prince 



Sarah Pursser 



Jon Reinert 



Rebecca Renfroe 



Windy Pressley 




Katie Rice 




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Bradley Roland 




Macie Rooke 



Patrick Rose 



Sky Ross 



Michael Rubio 



Tisha Rucker 



Katie Sawhill 



Jenny Shane 









Brian Ruelbach 





Aaron Saylor 



Casey Schnautz Tiffany Scott 




Spencer Shelton 



Jessica Sheriff 



Sarah Simler 



Phillip Slusser 



Bekah Scruggs 



Moleek Simmson 



Miranda Seabolt 




Phillip Sloan 




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'student individuals 



Michelle Sosia 




Nicholas Sridej 



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Heather Stafford 



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Jeremy Stille 



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Kristen Stovall 



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David Strader 



Abbie Strickland 



Josh Stricklanc 




Heather Thomas 



Zach Thomaswick 



Amy Thompson 



Chris Thompson 



Keiondna Thompson 



Aubrey Tidwell 




Krista Tritt 



Katie Tucker 



Kimberley Tucker 



Alexis Turner 



Ashley Turner 



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Sasha Ugi 



Ian Venal 



Spenser Vemnce 



Jared Vermilya 




Jessica Wilkie 



Jessica Williams 



Mary Beth Williams 



Nneka Williams 




Brooks Willis 



Nicole Winn 



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Julie Wood 



Jennifer Wormley 



John Wright 



Jordan Yaneziye 



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The graduating class of spring 2009 



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Dr. Ralph Singer during the Processional 




Chealsea Angelich and Tim Becker await their diplomas 



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Tiffany Scott and Tim Suda eagerly 
wait to receive their diplomas. 



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Erin Ashcraft types up her history paper in the library 



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Casi Best and Taylor Morgan try to figure out complicated equations in 
chemistry lab. 



Nathan Dean and Nick Gentry look over a book for homework. 



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English, French, 
Spainish, German 




Dr. Michael Dillon, Dr. Viviane Daigle, Anthony 
Saputo, Brittany Way, Sara Lindsley and Ian Layer 
enjoy a traditional Cuban dinner. 



Monika Schulte, Jacob Douylliez, Kimberly Allen, Nikki King, Phillip Ayers, His Excellency 
Ambassador Dr. Scharioth, Andrew Armson, Michael Peterson, General Consul Dr. Goergens 
and Dr. Whited. 

"Foreign languages are rocking along with new 
smart boards, new technologies, lab activities, and 
an exciting trip to Spain." -Lores Hauck, Assistant 
Professor of Spanish. 



Donna James, Luna Dunnett and Mary Helen Still during the musical 
performance at French Week. 



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Art & Music 

Dr. Lauren Ringwall conducts Chorale 
during rehearsal. 

Tiffany Scon, Lorena Rojas, Maghan Holmes, Lydia Scarborough 
.members of Gospel Choir, sway back and forth while singing. 



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Josh Green works on his graphic design political poster in the new Mac Lab in the Art Gallery 



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Theatre & 

Mass Communications 



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k ' Gwinnett Gladiators during a Mass 
Communications trip to the game. 

Far left. The women of Troy mourn 
I with Liat Faver during the theatre 
production of Trojan Women. 




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The Walker School of Business trains students to become 
leaders in the changing and challenging world of economics, 
accounting, marketing and management. 



Dr. Mark Gardner teaches Microeconomics and 

Macroeconomics, both classes usually 

taken freshmen year. 



Dr. Glenn Miller, Professor Ed 
Carmack, Professor Charles 

Nicholos, Dr. John Misner, Dr 

Coe, Dr. Mark Gardner, Professor 

Raymond Kreiner, Dr. Keith Nelms, 

Dr. Patricia Sherrer, Professor 

Jonathan Fite, Dr. Edward Taylor, 

Professor Linda Arrowsmith and 

Dr. Robert Perrella. 



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Caleb Powell gives the camera a thumbs up 



Dr. John Misner. Dean of Walker School of Business 



Far Led. students are ready to answer 
during class in Camp Hall. 




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Dr. Keith Nelms collects work from Blake Mahaffey before he leaves class. 



Bethany Murley, a freshman business major, follows along in her 
book during class. 



Students learn the basics of Microsoft 
Word, Powerpoint, Illustrator and Excel in 




Cameron Pruitt during his freshman semester at Piedmor 



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An international honor society established to recognize 
and reward superior scholastic achievement of students 
in business administration. 




Far left, Dean John Misner emphasized the 
importance that Delta Mu Delta plays in recognizing 
outstanding academic achievement at Piedmont 
College. 

Michael Gower and Zachary Kunz read from their 
programs to solidify their inductions. 



Anthony Franklin, Spencer Shelton, Ann Sutton, Zachary 
Kunz, Tyler Baldonado, Dean John Misner, Elizabeth 
Nylander, Dr. Stephen Carlson and Michael Gower. 



Far left, Spencer Shelton and Ann 
Sutton listen to Dean Misner's 
words of encouragement. 

Dr. Stephen Carlson presents 
Elizabeth Nylander with her 
certificate. 



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Jessica Wilkie and Rebecca Bloomingdale at their PC 101 event supporting breast cancer 
awareness. 



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Professor Susan Smith-Patrick leaching her Educational Assessment class. 

Shelby Simpson, Kelly Buice and Celeste Wood participate 
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Practicing real life scenarios. 



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,Nancy Golden inserts an IV while Patrice Smith watches the procedure. Abby Bruce takes Katie Corley's blood pressure in the Assessment Lab. 



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Kristie Groover cleans a central line on a dummy patient 



Caroline Alonge takes a temperature before 
administering a flu shot. 



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Professor Patricia Miller and Paige Dixon reviewing material in the 
Assessment Lab. 



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Jodi Smith, Casey Jones. 
Patrice Smith, Allison McCurley, 
3 aige Dixon, Dawn Cruikshank, 
Lucrecia Howell, Denise Cocking, 
Wendy Presley, Kristen Hudson, Tonya 
Ramey, Victoria Jordan, Kelly Herron, 
Nima Patel, Knstie Groover, Stephanie 
Latham, Erica Cooper, Monique Com, 
Jennifer Granlund, Ashley Pritchard, 
Ann Bruce, Eva Garrison, Bethany Elrod. 
Nancy Golden, Stephanie Westmoreland, 
Logan Green, Ty Jones and Abby Bruce. 




SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Administering Shots 



Rachel Moore takes Mitzi Dunagan's blood pressure before 
administering her flu shot. 




PICK A MAJOR 




Nina Long prepares Krissy Kesler's arm 
before giving her a shot. 



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Marti Garling gives a synopsis of the children's book. 




Lane Hartness presents to the class 
her book. 



Dr. Charles Lucado assists students 

in their focus groups. 



Education Doctoral Program 

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Janice Young, Rita Frady, Jamie Nichols, Bronwyn Randel, Shea Byers, Donna Meeks, Ashley Hope, Ann Harris, Phyllis Carson, Vijaya Purugulla, Keith 
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John Dzik 



Megan Day 



Chanda DeFoor 



Sandra Dickson 



Richard Dombrowsky Debra Dooley 




Carla Edenfield 



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FACULTY AWD STAFF 



Maria Fisk 



Jonathan Fite 



Tony Frye 



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Mark Gardner 




Jocelyn Glenn 



Paul Greene 



Misty Gunn 



Rocky Hardy 



Mark Harmon 




Lores Hauck 



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David McMillion 



Ken Melichar 



Hope Menzel 



Timothy Menzel 



Cathy Milier 




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Cindy Peterson 



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Recruiting to grow our student body. 



Cindy Peterson talks with a prospective 
student. 



Brooke Lowe shows 
Jenny Powell, 
prospective student, 
information to be filed. 




F£ James York and Parks Miller discussing 
the Neighborhood Grant Program. 



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BUSINESS OFF 10 



Carla Edenfield with a student working 
out a payment plan. 




Margie Means works on budgets for 
the school. 



Where all your money goes. 



MEET THE TEACH 




Judy Haygood, Linda Pitts, Leesa Anderson 
Kathy Perry, Vicki Herron, Carla Edenfield 



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Preparing and serving food in the newly renovated Nielsen Dining Hall. 




.aura Delarenzo, Joshua McLendon, Chris Ware, Everette Evans, Patti Buice, Josh Ryals, Bradley Wheeler, Jennifer Ayers, Cheryl 
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Steve Dague helps Scott Pratt solve a computer glitch 



John Brooks, asst. network administrator, labors | 
on the Internet routing system. 



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^s a student worker, Kim Faulkner works on shelving books 



LI BRARY 



A quiet place for students to 
study. 



Lorena Rojas, Joseph Dawsey, Cindy Julian 
and Bob Glass assist students with library needs. 




Ml MTENANGE 

Repairing, fixing, and maintaining the campus. 



Chris Falck trims a piece of 
wood while Dan Hatfield and 
Andy Monk steady the board. 



Danny Still uses a cement saw 
to cut the asphalt around a sinkhole 




Quentin Self, Aaron Land, Wayne Popham, Daniel Howard, Jerald Palmer, Buddy Hamilton, Casey Sellers, Andy Monk, Dan Hatfield, Danny Still. Chris Falck, Ray Pitts, Pamela 
Williams, Jason Harmon, Kerry Bentley, Pat Irvin, Nicole Stover and Kay Hamilton. Not pictured: Tim Suda, David Shirley, Josh Merrill, Scott Pratt and Damon Vansteerburg. 



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Recording and keeping track of course selections. 



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Chanda DeFoor, Chambrike Teasley, 
Linda Wofford, Misty Gunn and C.J. 
Edenfield. 



Chanda DeFoor enters student information into a 
computer. 




SECURITY 

Protecting the campus and enforcing the rules. 



Shane Free looks tough while protecting our campus 




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m Stow, Mark Maynard, Kel Lee Cutrell and Drew Davis, the driving forces in Student Affairs 




STUDENT ' 
AFFAIRS 

Providing counseling, friendship, 
and fun to the student body. 





Irett Grantham, Trey Lister, Brooke Terrelli, Nick Sndej, Man Goodman, Mark Maynard, Louis Cassamajor, Kami 
Anderson, Jay Canning and Stephanie Bignault. 



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Freshmen working together on the Athens campus. 



Missy Crawford, Zach Rich, Lauren Bell, Amanda Franklin, Daisy Xiong and Alben Sams practice their teamwork skills 
by hoisting Heather Benamy into the air. 




Amanda Franklin participates in a group game during Orientation 



Many games during Orientation focused on 
teamwork . 



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Heather Benamy and Leanna Doster walk the balance beam. 

Below left: Lauren Ball, Talia Hammonds and Missy Crawford participate in an acting game. 



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Benamy, Talia Hammond and Lauren 
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Talia Hammonds, Nallie Xiong and 
Missy Crawford listen for instructions. 



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An opening ceremony for the Athens campus. 



The Reverend Dr. D. Elizabeth Mauro, Dean of the Center for Congregational 
Leadership of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, • 
with Dr. Reverend Ashley Cleere and President Ray Cleere 

Freshman Richard Hessinger with Dr. Barbara Benson. 

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Sophia Momin and Dr. Michael Blake, an Athens faculty member 



Sophomore David Pozo leads the faculty procession 
at the Athens campus Convocation. 



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Led. Diedre Minor, Phyllis Clay, Sophia Momin, Shandy 
Hope, Professor Sian Griffith and Rita Finch enjoy a 
traditional picnic lunch. 




Lynn Miller stands with Chris Cleveland and other PC friends. 






Above, Katie Bradley and Destini Faulk 
enjoyed the bash together. 



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8I4MA ALPHA Pi 

Spring 2009 Induction Ceremony 



Katie Wunsch, Mary Ann Russell, Rachel Zatuchny, Grant Seman, Brittany Boucher, Jack Lafevbre, Seth Daigle, Megan Quirk, Ashley Young, Alyssa Sciavicco, Cara Rousey, 
Tamra Shelnutt, Barbara Thrasher, Debbie Christopher, Megan Foster, Erika Franklin and Sarah Weir, 



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Mary Ann Russell and Seth Daigle after the induction. 

Far right, Athens Sigma Alpha Pi President Tamra Shelnutt 

inspires her fellow students to continue their academic 

achievements. 

Below, Rachel Zatuchny, Ashley Young, Barbara Thrasher, 

Tamra Shelnutt, Grant Seman, Alyssa Sciavicco, Mary Ann 

Russell and Cara Rousey participate in the ceremony. 



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Dr. Patricia Sherrer awards Dawn Ferry 



Dawn Ferry, Kimberly Finley, Roberta 
Prather, Christopher Blake Spurlin. 

Far left, Dr. Stephen Carlson presents a 
history of Delta Mu Delta. 




Dr. Mel Coe, Jr., Dr. Stephen Carlson, 
Dawn Ferry, Kimberly Findley, Roberta 
Prather, Christopher Blake Spurlin, 
Dr. John Misner, Dr. Patricia Sherrer. 



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A group of individuals who plan student activities. 



Scon Richardson follows the agenda during a meeting. 




ATHENS 



EARTH DAY 



Athens staff Terry Strickland and Stanley Pearson examine an 
award winning tomato plant. 




Far left, Sophie Thompson is ready 
to plant! 



Chevy Anderson, Robert Spier, Sophia Momin, Megan Quirk and Melissa Davis help with 
various projects throughout the afternoon. 

Below, Kate Smith, Stanley Pearson, Marvin Wilbanks, Robert Speir, Lee Summerall and 
Professor Ron Leslie. 




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'an time Instructor Lila Adair keeps students focused and 
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Rae Thompson and Isabelle Konicki during an education class. 




ean McCullough, Tabitha Rhome, Jendera Smith and Tamara Daniels are members of the 
eadership Team at Piedmont Athens. 



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Trent Alexander 



Mildred Beasley 



Todd Brooks 



Abbie Bryant 



Phyllis Clay 



LaDonna Allen 



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Lisa Brown 




DeAnn Calhoun 



Heather M. Canterbury 



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Karen Carr DeLullo 



Eric Demers 



Lakena Dupree 



Lalonda Durrett 




Kira Floyd 



Randall King 



Shallie Gresham 



Elizabeth Gunter 



Talia Hammonds 




Shannon Laughy 



Timothy Mack 



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Melanie Palmquist 




Jean McCullough 



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Margy Moremen 



Melton Palmer 



Cristin Rollins 




Teresa Secules 



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A 



Adair. Lila 159,163 
Adkins, Miracle 90 
Albertson, Blake 9,90 
Alexander, Trent 160 
Allen, Jessica 55,69,90 
Allen, Kimberly 90,111 
Allen, LaDonna 160 
Allison. Ginger Rae 90 
Almond, Stephanie 160 
Alonge, Caroline 90 
Ametohoun, Koffi Benjamin 
Anderson, Chevy 156, 157, 
Anderson, Kami 61,90,181 
Anderson, Kathleen 163 
Anderson, Lauren 12,90 
Antonio, Manuel 46 
Armson, Andrew 1 1 1 
Armson, Andy 90 
Arnold, Tyler 10,90,115 
Arrowsmith, Linda 114 
Ashcraft, Erin 67,90,110 
Ayers, Phillip 111 



B 



Baerne, Caitlin 54,90 
Baker, Danielle 24 
Baldonado, Tyler 13,90,117 
Ball, Lauren 153,156 
Ballard, Dylan 156,163 
Banfordjoe 90 
Bangura, Abu 90 
Banks, Cayla 84,90 
Barm. Soleyman 163 
Barren, Jessica 67 
Barry, Michael 61,70,90 
Bartholomew, Andrew 90 
Barton, Clifton 90 
Beasley, Mandy 12 
Beasley, Mildred 160 
Beck, Mary 90 
Becker, Samantha 90 
Beebe, Alex 91 
Beggs, Brooke 91 
Bellamy, Brett 91 
Bellamy, Kyle 91 
Benheld, Ashley 14,91 
Benson, Barbara 163 
Benson, Courtney 85, 91 
Berrong, Alexa 91 
Best. Casi 110 

INDEX 



Bignault, Stephanie 55,75,91,106 

Black, Abigail 91 

Black, Dusty 91 

Black, Erin 91 

Blankenship, Sadie 91, 1 13 

Bloomingdale, Rebecca 68,91,118,1! 

Bolt.Kathy 163 

Bolt, Matt 91 

Boone, Lauren 14,15,91 

Boucher, Brittany 154 

Bradford, Curtis 53 

Bradley, Katie 153,160 

Brakhage, Lindsey 91 

Brand, Eric 70,91 

Branson, Kelly 69 

Bray, Tiffany 91 

Brinkley, Paul 160 

Brooks, Courtney 156, 160 

Brooks, Todd 160 

Brown, Christina 55,91 

Brown, James 160 

Brown, Karena 12,91 

Brown, Lisa 160 

Brown, Sonya 46 

Brown, Taymond 160 

Browning, Heather 55 

Bruce, Abby 91 

Bryant, Abbie 160 

Bryant, Colton 91 

Bryant, Keith 127 



Buchanan, Catie 64,91 
Budd. Tamara 54,68 
Buffington, Tammy 69 
Buice, Katie 91 
Buice, Kelly 121 
Burch, Monica 158 
Burell. Brandi 121 
Burgess, Matt 91 
Burke, Ethan 58 
Burns. Portia 66,104 
Burred. Brandi 91 
Buttram, Tyler 91 
Byers, Shea 127 
Bylo. Alex 91 



C 



Caldwell, Kevin 91 
Calhoun, DeAnn 160 
Callahan, Brandon 67 
Camp, Natisha 91 
Canavan, Chris 92 
Canning, Jay 75 
Canterbury, Heather 180 
Canterbury, Heather M. 160 
Cantfort. Dale Van 180 
Canup, Whitney 92 
Carlson, Stephen 117,155 
Carmack, Ed 114 
Caron, Max 92 




Carr, Megan 92 

Carson, Phyllis 127 

Carswell. OeAnne 58 

Carter, Laurel 63 

Carter. Maria 92 

Carter, Sheila 160 

Cassamajor, Louis 58, 61, 180 

Caulin, Deime 92, 101 

Caurthon. Haley 92 

Chandler, David 92 

Chapman, Josh 10,92 

Chastain, Samantha 84, 92 

Chatham, Erin 69 

Chatman. Mike 10.92 

Cheek. Emily 24.25 

Childers, Gwen 180 

Christopher, Debbie 154 

Clark. Courtney 12,92 

Clark, Jacob 92 

Clay, Justine 54,92 

Clay, Phyllis 153,160 

Clayton, Angela 160 

Cleere, Ashley 64 

Cleere, Ray 1 

Clements, Katie 54 

Cleveland, Chris 153 

Cobb, Bnelle 92 

Cobb. Carnita 160 

Cobern, Angelique 92 

Cobo, Ryan 13 

Cochran, Caleb 8,92 

Cochran, Chelsea 92 

Cochran, Holly 12 

Coe.Mel 114,155,163 

Cofer.B.J. 24,25 

Coffman, Jordan 92 

Cole. David 163 

Cole.Nikki 92 

Collins, Erin 108 

Collins, Matt 16,92,108 

Collins, Quintayna 160 

Constock, Alex 92 

Cook, Sherri 53 

Cooper, Jerika 161 

Coppage, Sam 10.11,92 

Cornett, Curtis 92 

Cotton, Mildred 161 

Couch, Marquanne 14,92,180 

Dousino, Faith 54.61,92 

Crain, Graham 10 

Crain, Melissa 14,15,17,92 

Crandall, Michelle 25 

Croteau, Alex 92 

Crowder, Clay 163 

Crump, Abby 69 

Cunningham, Leah 14,17,92,113 

Curtis, Man 55,92,113 

Cutrell.Kell.ee 54 




D 



D'Antignac, Kevin 93 
Daigle, Seth 154 

Daigle. Viviane 111 

Daniel, Deanna 161 

Daniels, Tamara 63,156,159,161 

Danna, Natalie 54,55,93 

Das, Moses 84,93 

David, Rebecca Shae 93 

Davis, Drew 69 

Davis, Klint 93 

Davis, Kyle 93 

Davis, Melissa 157 

Davis, Neil 93 

Davis, Peter 93 

Day, Earth 64,157 

Day, Megan 13 

Dean, Nathan 68,74.110 



Delia Torre, Leah 25 
DeLullo, Karen Carr 161 
Delvasto, Caitlin 93 
DeMarns, Kalin 13,93 
Demers, Eric 161 
Dennis, Jamie 25,93 
Desilets, Jonathan 93 
Dillon. Michael 46,111 
DiMarco. Mallory 14,93 
Dixon, Tucker 93 
Dobbs, Jessica 93 
Dodd, Amber 93 
Doro, Justin 68,93 
Doster, Leanna 156 
Douylliez, Jacob 67, 111 
Duke, John 93 
Dunagan, Mitzi 93 
Dunlap. Erin 180 
Dunnett, Luna 64, 69, 1 1 1 
Dupree, Lakena 16 



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Durrett, Laionda 161 

Dye, Cindy 14,15,93 






Eastman, Nikki 25 
Elford. Ashlee 93 
Eller, Amber 108 
Esltnger. Paige 13,93 
Evans, Boone 93 
Evans, Cassie 70, 93 
Evans, Lauren 69 



Foley, Brianna 93 
Fooshee, Shelby 93 
Forrester, Clifford 94 
Forrester, Taylor 115 
Foster, Megan 154 
Fowler, Jenny 54,94 
Frady.Bita 127 
Franklin, Anthony 117 
Franklin, Enka 69,154 
Free. Ashleigh 94 
Fuller, Jennifer 55,68 



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G 



Faille, Caleb 66,75,93 
Farmer, Elizabeth 55, 63, 70 
Faulk, Destini 153 
Faulkner, Gracie 93 
Faulkner, Kim 93 
Faver, Liat 55,69,113 
Ferguson, Anita 103 
Ferguson, Richard 103 
Ferry, Dawn 155 
Fidero, Michael 16 
Finch, Rita 153 
Findley, Kimberly 155 
Fite, Jonathan 114,163 
Fitlon, Katelyn 63,68 
Floyd, Katie 93 
Floyd, Kira 161 



Gaid, Brian 94 
Gailey, Alex 94 
Gaither-Wilson, Shadowlyn 94 
Gallegos, Merrissa 14,94 
Galo, Nancy 14,70,94 
Gamber, Tammy 53 
Gardiner, Sarah 14,68,94 
Gardner, Mark 114 
Gardner, Tracey 10,94 
Garling, Marti 127 
Garner, Emilie 46,61,94 
Garrett, Nolan 55 
Gary, Taylor 94 
Geeter, Katie 94 
Gentry, Nick 110 
Glenn, Jocelyn 10 
Glenn, Lee 10 




Goodman, Matthew 94 
Gossett, Beth 54,94 
Gower, Michael 117 
Graf, Andy 94 
Granlund, Jennifer 13,94 
Grantham, Brett 9,67,94 
Green, Josh 108,112 
Gresham, Elizabeth Lane 94 
Gresham, Shallie 161 
Griffin, Kaitlin 84,94 
Griffiths, Sian 153,163 
Gulley, Katie 94 
Gunsolus, Michael 10,94 
Gunter, Anna 55 
Gunter, Elizabeth 161 
Gustavel, Jordan 12 



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Hammonds, Talia 156, 
Harris, Alexander 84 
Hams, Ann 94,127 
Harris, Charliette 161 
Hams, Molly 94 
Hartness, Lane 127 
Hartridge, Anne 94 
Hassinger, Richard 161 
Hauck, Lores 1 1 1 
Havlen, William 58,94 
Hawkins, Gina 55 
Hawkins, Regina 94 
Hayes, Frank 94 
Hayes, Michelle 94 
Haymore, Josh 10,94 
Helleloid. Jillian 180 
Hellemn, Brandi 25 
Hensley, Britt 54, 55, 74, 95 
Herrington, Garrett 161 
Hill, Virginia 84,95 
Hitch, Brandon 8,95 
Hodges, Lauren 95 
Hoffman, Missy 95 
Holland, Michelle 63 
Hollis, Jessica 95 
Hollowell, Katie 95,180 
Holmes, Maghan 95, 112 
Holtz, Liz 54 
Hood, Nicole 95 
Hope, Ashley 127 
Hope, Shandy 153 
Home, May 63 
Howard, Taylor 95 
Howell, Jonah 95 
Huff.Deonte 161 
Hulsey, Amanda 95 
Hunter, Mary 68,95 
Hurd.Caitlin 69,95 




159 



Hussey. Devin 95 



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nduni, Kaitlyn 95 

Ingram, Dustin 63,75,84,95,113 



J 



Jackson, Matthew 55,63,95,113 

James, Donna 1 1 1 

Jenkins, Chad 95 

Jennings, Lisa 12, 13 

Jerkins, Hallye 95 

Jen, Cody 95 

Jones, Alyssa 12 

Jones, Montez 16,95 

Jones, Ty 95 

Jordan, Ashley 54 

Justice, Katie 95 



K 



Kay, Stanley 95 
Keadle, Matt 95 
Keilholtz, Tara 95 
Kelley, Marcus 95.110 
Kelly, Chris 112 
Kelly, Jeff 68 
Kenney, Cara 95 
Kesler, Krissi 96 
Kesler, Megan 25 
Kibler, Madge 120 
Kiker, Cadman 58 
Kilby, Savannah 58,61 
King, Jessica 96 
King, John 55,96,104 
King. Nikki 96, 11 1,1 8C 
King. Randall 54,161 



Kirk, Laura 63 
Konicki, Isabelle 
Krause, Erin 96 
Kreiger, Jake 96 
Kreiger, Joey 96 
Kreiner, Raymond 114 
Kunz.Zach 96,117 



L 



Lafevbre, Jack 154 
LaFontame, Michelle 14 
Lampl, Daniel 10,96 
Landeros, Lily 66 
Lane, Brandi 54,58 
Laughy, Shannon 161 
Layer. Ian 58,96,111 
Leathers, Kammy 163 
Leckman, Sonya 96 
Ledford, Jeffrey 96 
Lee, Jake 96 
Lee, Jamie 96 
Lee, Jessica 69 
Lee, Josh 96 
Leone, Chris 46, 96 
Leslie, Ron 157 
Lewallen, Whitney 119 
Lindsey, Corey 96 
Lindsley, Sara 96, 111 
Ling, Iris 96 
Little, Carmen 55 
Littleton, Marissa 96 
Locklair. Jeannie 58 
Logan, Lindsey 12, 13 
Long, Nina 96 
Lovelady, Casey 96 
Lowe, Brooke 68 
Lowry, Renee 14, 68, 9E 
Lucado, Charles 127 
Luke, Alejandra 96 



M 



Mack, Timothy 161 
Mahaffey, Blake 96,116 
Mahaffey, Brandon 55, 74, ! 
Mangino, Karen 69 
Martin, Casey 68 
Martin, Jonita 161 
Martin, Terry 25 
Martin, Will 10,96 
Massey, Jena 96 
Masten, Emily 14,96 
Matthews, Mike 13 
Matthews, Whitney 61,96 
Matyok, Summer 97 
Maxwell, James 16,97 



Mayfield, Tracy 162 
McAllister, Mak 97 
McCallister, Erin 17 
McClain, Megan 25, 97 
McClatchy, Anna 17,97 
McClenny, John 97 
McConnell, Kevin 97 
McConnell, Trey 97 
McCowell, Aaron 158,162,180 
McCullough. Jean 159,162 
McEachin, Josh 97 
McFerrin. Jane 119 
McGahee, Amanda 97,180 
McGeary, Leah 97 
McKay, Hannah 24,25 
McKelvey, Isaac 97 
McKinney, Matt 10 
Means, Colby 97 
Meeks, Donna 127 
Mellichamp, James 1 
Merrill, Josh 61 
Metz, Kathenne 97 
Miers, Ethan 97 
Migetz, Andrew 8,97 
Miller, Glenn 114 
Miller, Jeremy 84 

ir, Lynn 153,156,163,180 
.Sarah Jean 162 
Millwood, Annelise 97 
Milton, Wesley 16,97 
Minor, Dedra 153.162 
Misner.John 114,115,117,155 
Mitchum, Josh 97 
Mitlin, Frank 97 
Momin, Sophia 153, 156, 157 
Moon, Jared 97 
Moore, Rachel 97 
Moremen, Margy 163 
Morgan, Taylor 25,97.110 
Mortin, Terry 24 
Mountain, Kings 58 
Mulligan, Octavius 127 
Murley, Bethany 85,116 
Murphy, Josh 97 
Murri, Kristen 97 



N 



Neely, Greg 10 
Nelms, Keith 114,115,116 
Nelms, Sarah 64 
Nelson, Dillon 55,74,97 
Nessen, Kathenne Von 101 
Nettleton, Noah 97 
Nicholos, Charles 114 
Nichols, Jamie 127 
Nix, Anna 67.97 






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Nylander. Elizabeth 68,117 







Ord, Jennifer 58 
Orr, Jim 10,61,97 
Owen, Jacob 97 



P 



Palmer, Mellon 163 
Palmquist, Melanie 162 
Pannell, Kaitlyn 98 
Parsony, Cameron 98 
Patrick, Davis 98 
Payne, Knsten 14,98 
Payne, Michelle 98 
Pearson, Stanley 157 
Pease, Gene 119,120 
Peel, Jeff 54 
Perfector, Super 180 
Perillo, Adam 162 
Perrella, Robert 114 
Peters, Lauren 98 
Peters, Shelby 98 
Peterson, Michael 98, 1 1 
Petry, Enka 180 
Pippin, Erin 98 
Place, Marcia 162 
Poole, Torey 68,98 
Porter, Katie 98 
Powell, Caleb 98,114 
Powell, Courtney 17,98 
Powell, Jessica 98 
Powell, Rachel 13,98 
Powell, Yvonne 162 
Powers, Briana 98 
Pradilla, Jorge 98 
Prather, Roberta 155 
Pressley, Windy 98 
Prevatte, Bryan 98 
Price, David 180 
Price, Eva 162 
Prince, Ashley 98 
Pruitt, Cameron 
Puckett, Laura 25 
Pursser, Sarah 98 
Purugulla, Vijaya 



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Q 



Quillian, Anthony 66 
Quirk, Megan 154,157 




R 



27 



Randel, Bronwyn 
Reed, Casey 25 
Reeves, McKenzie 12 
Reinert, Jon 98 
Renfroe, Rebecca 25, 
Rheault. Mark 127 
Rhome. Tabitha 159 
Rice, Katie 17,54,68, 
Richardson, Autumn 9 
Richardson, Delanne 1 
Richardson, Katherine 
Richardson, Scott 156 
Ricks, Brandt 98 
Ricks, Peter 10,98 
Ringwall, Lauren 112 
Rivera, Daniel 98 
Roberts, Tyler 84,98 
Rodery, Evan 98 
Rogers, Bethann 99 
Rohme, Tabitha 162 
Rojas. Lorena 112 
Roland, Bradley 99 
Rollins, Cnstin 163 
Rooke, Macie 99 
Rose, Barbra 162 



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Rose, Patrick 55,74, 
Ross, Sky 75,99 
Rousey, Cara 69, 
Rubio, Michael 
Rucker. Tisha 66,99 
Ruelbach, Brian 99 
Russell, Mary Ann 53, 154 
Rutledge, Ashley 67, 68, 99 
Ryonjon 99 



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Sams, Albert 162 
Sanders, Josalyne 99 
Sanderson. Sherrie 180 

Saputo, Anthony 75,99, 
Satterfield, Amber 12 
Sawhill, Katie 55,69,99 
Saylor, Aaron 16,99 
Scarborough, Lydia 46 
Schnautz, Casey 85, 99 
School, Walker 114,115 
Schulte, Monika 1 1 1 
Sciavicco, Alyssa 53, 154 
Scott, Shaleen 69 
Scott, Tiffany 99,103,112 
Scruggs, Rebekah 75, 99 



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Seabolt, Miranda 99 
Secules, Teresa 163 
Seman. Grant 153,154,156 
Sevenno, Jasmin 153,156,162 
Seymour, Zach 85 
Shane, Jenny 68,99 
Shelnutt, Tamra 154 
Shelton, Spencer 9, 99. 1 1 7 
Sheriff, Jessica 99 
Sherrer, Patricia 114,155,163 
Shook. Shirley 103 
Simler, Sarah 14,67,99 
Simmons, Garen 58 
Simmons, Laura 12 
Simmons, Moleek 55, 99 
Simon, Stacy 180 
Simpson, Shelby 121 
Singer. Ralph 53,58 
Sloan, Phillip 10.99 
Slusser. Phillip 61.64,99 
Smith, Blaine 99 
Smith, Dee 10,99 
Smith, Jendera 159,162 
Smith, Jeremy 10,99 
Smith, Kate 157 
Smith. Kayla 12,99 
Smith, Kinsley 99 
Smith, Linda 163 
Smith, Richard 158 
Smith, Ryan 54,100 
Smith, Sarah Joy 100 
Smith, Sidney 100 
Smith, Staci 69 
Smith, Trent 54 
Smith-Patrick, Susan 121 
Sosia, Michelle 17,66,100 
Speir, Robert 153, 157 
Spurlin, Christopher Blake 155 
Sridej. Nicholas 100 
Sridej, Nick 85 
Stafford, Heather 100 
Stanley, Scott 16,17 
Stein, Zack 9,100 
Still, Mary Helen 111 
Stille. Jeremy 46,100 
Story, Luke 61,67,68 
Stovall, Knsten 100 
Stowers, Jamie 162 
Strader. David 100 
Strickland, Abbie 75,100 
Strickland, Josh 100 
Strickland, Terry 157, 163 
Suda. Tim 103 
Summerall. Lee 157 
Sutton, Ann 117 
Sutton, Rhonda 103 
Swanson, Leah 100 
Swisher, Olivia 25,100 



T 



Takas, Tamara 100 
Tatum, Sandi 180 
Taylor, Edward 114 
Terilli, Brooke 100 
Tesina, Michelle 100 
Thibeault, Ginny 103 
Thibeault, Richie 103 
Thomas, Hannah 100 
Thomas, Heather 55. 74, 10 
Thomaswick, Zach 54, 61, E 
Thompson, Amy 25, 100 
Thompson, Chris 100 
Thompson. Keiondria 12, IE 
Thompson, Rae 159 
Thompson, Sophie 157 
Thrasher, Barbara 154 
Thurmond, Kyle 162 
Tidwell, Aubrey 14,17,54, 
Tolbert, Mary 162 
Tritt. Krista 54,55,100 
Tucker, Katie 100 
Tucker, Kimberly 84,100 
Turner, Alexis 100 
Turner, Ashley 100 
Turpin, Brandi 158 



u 



Ugijoy 100,107,113, 
Ugi, Sasha 54, 101, 18C 



V 



Vance, Cynthia 54,63 
Vaughn, Amy 162 
Vaughn, Heather 64 
Vencil. Ian 101 
Ventrice, Spenser 101 
Verdery, Mary 113,180 
Verherr, Justin 101 
Vermilya, Jared 9, 101 
Vetrano, Sandra 69 
Vidd, Danielle 14,15,101 
Villa. Kills 84 
Vinson, Debra 162 
Vorherr, Derek 101 
Vx, Fuji Luxel 180 



W 



Waldrop.Andy 101 
Walker. Lashiroh 156,162 
Warr, Katie 101 



Waters, Allison 101 

Watson, Kayla 101 

Way, Brittany 101.111 

Weatherby, Nick 101 

Webber, Shannon 55,74.101 

Week, French 1 1 1 

Weinfurter, Erika 156.180 

Weir, Sarah 154 

West, Brittany 66,101 

Wheeler, Sandy 69 

Wheeler. Shanice 12 

White, Raley 25 

Whited, Stephen 53 

Whitlock, Lacey 101 

Whittaker, Allison 54 

Wilbanks. Marvin 157 

Wiley, Lmdsey 12 

Wilkenson, Angelina 101 

Wilkie, Jessica 101,118,180 

Williams, Beth 3 

Williams, Jeremy 127 

Williams, Jessica 68, 101 

Williams, Mary Beth 75,101,113, 

Williams, Nneka 101 

Willis, Brooks 101 

Willis, Libby 163 

Willis, Ross 158 

Wilms. Ulrich 127 

Winn, Nicole 12,101 

Wood, Celeste 121 

Wood, Julie 101 

Woodward, Emily 12,68 

Wormley, Jennifer 25, 101 

Wright, John 101 

Wunsch, Katie 154 



X 



Xiong. Nallie 162 



Y 



Yaneziye, Jordan 101 
Yeary, Beth 101,113 
York, Emma 54 
Young, Ashley 154 
Young, Janice 127 



Zamudio. Jill 69 

Zatuchny, Rachel 



154 



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ESSEMTI ALS 
TO YONAHIAN 



OUR LEADERSHIP 

The 90th edition of Yonahian was created by the 

yearbook staff at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia. 

The staff was led by Editor-in-Chief Mary Beth Williams 

and Assistant Editor Sasha Ugi. The staff was advised by 

Dr. Dale Van Cantfort and Professor Stacy Simon. 

Professional photographs were provided by David Price 

and Sandi Tatum. 

OUR DEMOREST C0NTRIRUT0RS 

Kami Anderson 

Rebecca Bloomingdale 

Louis Cassamajor 

Marquanne Couch 

Katie Hollowell 

Nikki King 

Amanda McGahee 

Anthony Saputo 

Joy Ugi 

Mary Verdery 

Jessica Wilkie 



OUR ATHENS CONTRIBUTERS 

Heather Canterbury 

Erin Dunlap 

Talia Hammonds 

JillianHelleloid 

Aaron Mccowell 



Erika Petry 

Katherine Richardson 

Erika Weinfurter 



OUR PRINTER 

Herff Jones, Inc. in Charlotte, NC, printed 700 copies of 
the 90th edition of Yonahian. We were supported with 
assistance and guidance from our local representatives, 
Mark and Gwen Childers, by our customer service adviser, 
Sherrie Sanderson, and by our technical support adviser, 
Brian Revels. 



OUR BOOK 

The book was produced electronically using Adobe 
InDesign ' CS4, Adobe Illustrator CS4, and Adobe 
Photoshop" CS4 on a Windows" XP" Professional. 

All type, graphics and photos were output via a Fuji Luxel 
Vx9600 Violet CTP Device wide imagesetter, outputting 
direct to plate (CTP) 2400 dpi at 1 75 line screen. All 
pages were printed on a Komori ' Super Perfector press. 

The custom cover was designed by Mary Beth Williams 
and was inspired by Herff Jones' Ideas that Fly, volume 
14. It features a clear pearlescent speciality foil, black 
silkscreen ink, and Varnish on Gray Flannel Silktouch base 
material. The endsheets are printed on Classic endsheet 
stock, and the design is printed in 100% black and 58% 
black. The book's 1 80 full-color pages are printed on 1 00 
pound gloss paper stock. 

Body copy and captions are AHJ Unitus Condensed LH. 
Headlines are tuj old typewrit 

Our custom CMYK color blends are: 
essential green (35, 0, 60, 0), 
essential blue (50, 0,10,0), 
essential orange (0, 60, 100,0), 
(50,70,0,35). 

All type, graphics and photos were output via a Fuji Luxel 
Vx9600 Violet CTP Device wide imagesetter, outputting 
direct to plate (CTP) 2400 dpi at 1 75 line screen. All 
pages were printed on a Komori Super Perfector press. 

Pages and proofs were submitted electronically via 
www.hjePage.com, Herff Jones' FTP site. Digital photos 
were taken with a 6 megapixel digital camera. 

Professional photos were provided by David Price. 



700 copies of the Yonahian were printed. 










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Board of 
Trustees 

Chairman 

Thomas A. "Gus" Arrendale III* 

Chairman, Board of Directors 

Chief Executive Officer 

Fieldale Farms Corporation 

Baldwin, Georgia 

Vice Chairman 
Dock C. Sisk 72* 

Superintendent (Retired) 
Banks County School System 
Homer, Georgia 

Secretary 
Mylle Mangum* 

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer 

IBT Holdings 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Edward D. Anail '80* 

Clarkesville, Georgia 

Elizabeth Bingham 
Senior Minister 
Pilgrim Congregational Church 
Pomona, California 

Nathan Burgen 79* 
President 
Gold's Store 
Cornelia, Georgia 

Martha K. Cantrell '80 

Gifted Program Coordinator 
Habersham County School System 
Clarkesville, Georgia 



Dennis T.Cathey 
Attorney 
Cathey & Strain 
Cornelia, Georgia 

Ben F. Cheek III 
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer 
1st Franklin Financial Corporation 
Toccoa, Georgia 

James E. Cornwell Jr. 
Judge, Superior Courts 
Mountain Judicial Circuit 
Toccoa, Georgia 

Dwight H. Evans 
President (Retired) 
External Affairs Group 
Southern Company 
Atlanta, Georgia 

David C.Foster '88 
Cornelia, Georgia 

John C.Foster '69* 
Habersham Broadcasting, Inc. 
Cornelia, Georgia 

Mack H. Guest III 
Owner 

LAD Truck Lines, Inc. 
Watkinsville, Georgia 

Thomas Hensley 
President 

Fieldale Farms Corporation 
Baldwin, Georgia 

Cathy Henson 
President 

Georgia School Council Institute 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Jane G. Higdon '70 

Assistant Vice President (Retired) 
Wachovia Bank 
Atlanta, Georgia 

James C. Hobbs III 
Executive (Retired) 
BellSouth Corporation 
Partner, 0utlook4Mobility 
Atlanta, Georgia 

William M. House 
Attorney 

Chairman of the Board 
Peach State Bank and Trust 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Tommy Irvin 
Commissioner 

Georgia Department of Agriculture 
Mt. Airy, Georgia 

Steve C.Jones* 
Judge, Superior Courts 
Western Judicial Circuit 
Athens, Georgia 

James R. LeMay 
Deputy Managing Editor 
CNN News 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Courtney Loudermilk 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Robert C. Lower 
Partner 
Alston & Bird 
Atlanta, Georgia 



ill iam S. Loyd 

Executive Vice President 
Corporate Marketing Director 
Community Bankshares Inc. 
Cornelia, Georgia 



Bill Mason '57 
Dermatologist (Retired) 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Shirley Meeks 72 
Principal, Cornelia Elementary School (Retired) 
Prevent Child Abuse Habersham 
Homer, Georgia 

Jim Parham '67 
Owner 

Jim Parham & Associates, Inc. 
Lakeland, Florida 

Joseph M. Piper '95 
Engagement Manager 
MedQuist 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Thomas M. Richard 70 
Executive Secretary 
National Association of 

Congregational Christian Churches 
Oak Creek, Wisconsin 

Brian Rickman '98 
District Attorney 
Mountain Judicial Circuit 
Tiger, Georgia 

Stanley W.Roberts 79 

General Manager 

Hayes Buick Pontiac GMC Cadillac 

Toccoa, Georgia 



Paul C. Rosser 
U.S. Navy RADM (Retired) 
Chairman Emeritus 
Executive Committee 
Rosser International, Inc. 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Betty L. Siegel 
President Emeritus 
Kennesaw State University 
Kennesaw, Georgia 

Eugene Sutherland, Sr. 
Owner 

Sutherland's Foodservice, Inc. 
Forest Park, Georgia 

D. Stewart Swanson 
Director 

Wireless Carrier Accounts 
Firethorn, LLC 
Alpharetta, GA 

Joseph A. WingateJr. 
Senior Vice President 
Financial Supermarkets Inc. 
Cornelia, Georgia 

W. Ray Cleere 
President 
Piedmont College 



Trustees 
Emeriti 



Sung Nei Charles Cho '57 
Physician 
Somis, California 

W. Loy Johnson '03 
Senior Vice President (Retired) 
Kerr-McGee Corporation 
Navarre Beach, Florida 

Walter N. Kalaf '02 
United Methodist Minister (Retired) 
Gainesville, Florida 

Paul J. Reeves 
President, Habersham Hardware 
and Home Center 
Cornelia, Georgia 

H.Milton Stewart Jr. '89 
Chairman of the Board and Chief 
Executive Officer (Retired) 
Standard Telephone Company 
Lecanto, Florida 

Kay S. Swanson 
Corporate Treasurer and 
Assistant Secretary (Retired) 
Standard Telephone Company 
Cornelia, Georgia 



*Executive Committee