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    Notables: Dec.10

    Four continuing education students at Johnston Community College were recently awarded scholarships by the State Employees Credit Union. Jazmine Murphy, Freda Williams, Yadira Aguilar and Darlene Edwards were awarded scholarships of $750 to pay their tuition. The scholarships are granted to students...

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    Notables: Nov. 19

    Jeff Pope, Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer for Four Oaks Bank, was recently nominated and appointed to serve on the Johnston Health Foundation Board for a one-year term which begins in January.

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    Notables: Nov. 12

    The 8th Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training academy was held Oct. 20-24 by Johnston County Mental Health Center and Johnston Community College. Since the fall of 2011, 78 people have become certified CIT officers, 63 of them from Johnston County.

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    Notables: Nov. 2

    Notable achievements by individuals and organizations in the Garner-Cleveland area.

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    Gibbons poised for Miss Teen Raleigh

    HollyAnn Gibbons of Garner was recently selected to participate in the 2014 Miss Teen Raleigh pageant competition that will take place Saturday, Oct. 4.

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    Notables: Sept. 14

    Rob Smith, assistant director with the Garner Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, recently completed the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Directors School.

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    Notables: Aug. 17

    Makel McClain and Sie-chieh Bonwiendyu Redd, Jr. recently served as pages in the N.C. Senate. McClain is the son of Larry and Anitra McClain of Garner, and was sponsored by Senator Angela Bryant. Redd is the son of Siechieh and Kendra Redd of Garner, and was sponsored by Senator Daniel Blue.

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    Cleveland’s Casey Quiel wins scholarship

    The Alpha Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma presented the scholarship earlier this summer.

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    Notables: July 27

    Town of Garner Public Works Director Paul Cox played a key role for the second consecutive year in helping the North Carolina Chapter of the American Public Works Association qualify to receive the Presidential Award for Chapter Excellence.

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    Military notes: July 23

    Aviation Boatswain Mate Tyndal K. Nelson recently graduated from Navy boot camp. Tyndal was born in Champaign, Illinois, the daughter of Walter and Kimberly Nelson, and moved to Garner with her family when she was 2.

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