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3) Cydney Goodwin delivers the perfect fake- 
out to move the ball dowrdield. 

4) Elizabeth Farmer isn't afraid to get a 
little rough in order to get the ball back 
into Lion control. 

5) Laura Goodwin drills a corner kick 
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land Piedmont another goal. 

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1) Nick Weatherby chips the ball to his team- 
mates waiting at the goal for an easy shot. 

2) Chase Rivers crushes the other team's hope 
as he nabs the ball from an oncoming player. 

3) Justin Whitaker breaks away from the 
opposing defense and sprints towards the goal. 

4) Miles Flynn sends the ball upheld to 
advance Piedmont's offense. 

5) Stephen Sherfy leaps above offensive 
players to head the ball out of the backfield. 

6) Sidney Smith has his competition frustrated 
and overworked as he runs circles around 
them enroute to the net. 

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2) Erin Krause intimidates her opponents 
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3) Ashton Nash is completely focused on 
the other side of the court as she awaits 
the oncoming serve. 

4) Heather Stafford has her eyes on the ball 
as she sets it for a fellow Lion. 

5) Katheryn Knarr celebrates with her 
teammates after scoring yet another point. 

6) Kalin De Marrais bounds off the court to 
blast the ball over the net. 

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the other team to send the ball their way. 



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out at first after snagging a ground ball. 

3) Davis Patrick hurls the ball to the catcher, 
resulting in another strike. 

4) Chris Lew awaits a throw to home to tag 
the incoming runner out. 

5) Closing in on home plate, Josh Bailey 
knows nothing can stop him from scoring 
another Lion run. 

6) Kyle Davis sends the ball well-over the 
infielder's heads before taking off for 
first base. 

7) Dale Bartek ends a runners hopes of 
stealing second base. 

8) Ed Cook focuses on the caters mitt as he 
gets ready to release the ball. 



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3) Jordan Coffman crouches down to 
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with assistance from the cheerleaders. 

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with their latest dance routine. 

4) Kristen Payne and Danielle Vidd tumble 
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4) Doubles partners Melody Mitchell 
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4) Hannah McKay hustles to catch the fly ball 
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5) Amanda Posey squares up, ready to bunt 
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3) The men's cross country team keeps 
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4) The Lions huddle together before 
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5) Piedmont sets the pace for the mass 
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academic inifoaction in the liberal a/vti and piofeuioiial dUciplinei. Tke college ptoi/idei 
educational oppottunitiei tluvonglc a wide tange of mdeigtadwate and graduate piogtami. Tke 
inititation empnaiizei klgk ethical (tattd&uk and wipect tot diveuity. 





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Ike £ckootofAiCU and £ciencei fidfllh tne uUuion of Piedmont Co Wege by serving ai tie hbwalaxfa cote of 
tie imtttation, bninqing tbgetiet dii/vuc cou/uei ofitady in a coltabotatii/e,, infounatitfe, and creative, mannet. 
Tie Sciooloffvu uta/oti and minoti in a btoadtancje of wndngtadutSk dticipiitw ttuwuqi departmental and 
intetdiicipunaity pKoyKamJk: pMtfidei tie compieieniii/e, gMetai education foundation foi all itudenti attie College; 
and uoppoiU ptofeaional piogKaM wCtk content cowuei atbotk tke andetgutduate and graduate Iwek. 









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Tke> Sckool of Education i minion U foamed on, Madtetiiog tie Httof 7eacJuttg: rwpMitig PtoactlM Educator 
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Tke Watk&o -CcnoolofBuiineu ptwides (indetgKaduate and graduate, degi&e piogiaM in * satiety of dticiplinu. 
Building on owv tibcvac oxti tkadCtooni, tke facuMy anditaffoftne Wavlo&t £ckooiof Buiineu aim to faeilctate tke, 
learning ptoceii ofuMdetgtaduate and graduate itadenU in pup ■ ovation for leading and managing in a clanging, 

global eni/Ownment Owv minion H to offer academic pro grami in buiineii'relaUd dUciplinei, uikick empkaAizei 
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in accordance with tkb million itatementof Piedmont Co liege, the, School of Nwtilng U committed to 
piepating ptofeillonal nwuel within the realm of the atU and Idencei. The naming gtadiuu% villi be, 
capable' of meeting the health cote needl of dlvcxie population^ being aware ofwllgloui, cwltwtal, and 
ethnic, dlfferencei and will work effectively within the dynamic health care it/item, polvUwlg Impacting 
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HERFE JONES 



BOARD OF TRUSTEE; 



CHAIRMAN 

Thomas A. Arrendale III* 

( Ihairman, Board of Directors and 

( Ihief 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. Ariail '80* 
Financial Advisor 
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney 
Clarkesville, Georgia 

Elizabeth Bingham 
Senior Minister 

Pilgrim Congregational Church 
Pomona, California 

Nathan Burgen '79* 

President 

Golds Department Stores 

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. 
Attorney 
Clarkesville, Georgia 

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

David C. Foster '88 
Manager of Marketing and 

Member Services 
HEMC 
Cornelia, Georgia 

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

Mack H. Guest III 

Owner, LAD Truck Lines, Inc. 

Watkinsville, Georgia 

Thomas M. Hensley, Jr. 

President 

Fieldale Farms Corporation 

Baldwin, Georgia 

Cathy Henson 
Attorney 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Jane G. Higdon '70 
Assistant Vice President (Retired) 
Wachovia Bank 
Atlanta, Georgia 



James C. Hobbs III 
Executive (Retired) 
BellSouth Corporation 
Partner, Outlook4Mobility 
Atlanta, Georgia 

William M. House 
Attorney 
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, Georiga 

Robert C. Lower 
Partner 
Alston & Bird 
Atlanta, Georgia 

William S. Loyd 
Senior Vice President 
Community Bank and Trust 
Cornelia, Georgia 

Bill Mason, M.D. '57 
Dermatologist (Retired) 
Birmingham, Alabama 



Shirley Meeks '72 


Betty L. Siegel 


Principal. Cornelia Elementary 


President Emerita 


School (Ret i it'<l 


ECennesa^ State I Diversity 


Prevent Child Abuse 1 fabersham 


Kennesaw, ( Georgia 


Homer, Georgia 






Eugene Sutherland, Sr. 


Jim Parham '67 


( 11 iief Executive Officer 


President, Jim Parham & 


Sutherland's Food Service 


Associates, Inc. 


Forest Park, Georgia 


Lakeland, Florida 





Joseph M. Piper '95 

Senior Consultant/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. Nacy RADM (Retired) 

Chairman Emeritus, Executive 

Committee 
Rosser International, Inc. 
Atlanta, Georgia 



D. Stewart Swanson 

North American Sales Director 

QualComm 

Alpharetta, Georgia 

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



W. Ray Cleere 
President 

Piedmont College 



TRUSTEES EMERITI 

Sung Nei Charles Cho '57 

Physician 

Somis, California 

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