Bragbook for May 8

Larry Moraniec with Woodstock High Schools was named statewide Technology Student Association’s Volunteer of the Year. For 12 years he has volunteered at the school and shared his industry knowledge as a retired General Motors employee.
Larry Moraniec with Woodstock High Schools was named statewide Technology Student Association’s Volunteer of the Year. For 12 years he has volunteered at the school and shared his industry knowledge as a retired General Motors employee.

Elana Frank, CEO and founder of the Jewish Fertility Foundation has been awarded the "Mary & Max London People Power Award" (and $2,500) from the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.

Emily Margaret Morrison from Bogart received a Masters in Fine Art from the University of Utah College of Fine Arts.

Makenzie Craddock, who is enrolled in the Culinary Arts pathway at Fayette County High, has placed first in the state on the Georgia FCCLA (Future Career and Community Leaders of America) Culinary Arts Online Proficiency Test, which evaluates students' mastery of the Culinary Arts pathway curriculum.

The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation has named Agnes Scott College's Furyal Ahmed '21 a 2020 Goldwater Scholarship recipient.

Pierce Cone of Alpharetta, Trevor Dunlap and Chandler Luellen of Peachtree City, Torrence Harrell of Jonesboro, Taylor Lomack of Stockbridge, Harrison Ohide of Peachtree Corners, Ayanna Shepard of Ellenwood, Azsha Washington of Smyrna, Colleen Leahy of Jasper, Paris McKee of Duluth, Michelle Punshon of Marietta, Parker Latimore of Snellville, Kathryn Wilcox of Cumming and Edrea Mays of Atlanta graduated from Tallahassee Community College on May 2.