The fallout continues regarding the just passed voting elections bill in the Georgia legislature. Even President Biden has likened the new regulations to those of the Jim Crowe South. Habersham State Rep Victor Anderson says the feedback he’s received over hundreds of emails and telephone calls has been a little better than 50-50 in favor of the new law. And as for the idea that he could suffer cancel culture reprisals like those to other Republican legistators….
County commissioner Tim Stamey is still learning after all these years and now he has a certificate to show for it. The ACCG which is Georgia’s County Association, recently awarded Stamey for successfully completing the core requirements in the Lifelong Learning Academy. Stamey tells WCHM he took a dozen classes ranging from finance to appraisal and taxation over a 13 month period. The press release announcing the award says every county official has a tailor-made learning experience that allows them to excel in specific areas of expertise.
And Emily Foster Howell, a member of Habersham Central’s 1996 graduating class, has been selected as the recipient of the school’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award. Howell graduated from Habersham Central as valedictorian of her senior class and graduated summa cum laude with highest honors from the University of Georgia with a degree in Management Information Systems. She was crowned Miss Georgia 2001 and competed in the Miss America 2002 pageant where she was a finalist and Lifestyle & Fitness Preliminary winner. She’s now a respected orthodontist in Jackson county.