USDA News Release - $99,000 Award to CPTC
November 1, 2016 01:15 PM
Numerous government and community leaders were on hand Monday morning, October 31, 2016, to congratulate Coastal Pines Technical College on the $99,000 grant award received from the Department of Agriculture. Jill Stuckey (front, 4th from left), USDA Rural Development Georgia State Director, joined CPTC President Dr. Glenn Deibert (front, 4th from right), Lonnie Roberts, CPTC provost, and Amanda Morris, VP for Academic Affairs, in addressing the group who gathered to thank USDA officials and congratulate Coastal Pines.
Front Row, L to R
Lonnie Roberts, CPTC provost; Jimmy Brown, Ware County commission chair; John Knox, Waycross mayor; Jill Stuckey, USDA State Director; Jeanmarie DeLoach, USDA acting area director; Shandolyn Smith, USDA area specialist; Joy Burch-Meeks, CPTC board director; Larry Paulk, CPTC Foundation chair; Dr. Glenn Deibert, CPTC president; Brian Johnson, CTD student; Mark Jackson, CPTC CTD instructor; Danny Bohannon, CTD student;
Back Row, L to R
Tommy Hatcher, USDA area specialist; Jared Downs, regional director for U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson; Blake Raulerson, field representative for Senator David Perdue; Jud Seymour, district director for Congressman Buddy Carter; Jason Strickland, CPTC dean for academic affairs; Judy Stanek with ComCar, CTD advisory committee member; Dr. Pete Snell, CPTC VP for economic development; Henry Terrence, CTD advisory committee member; and Larry Jarriel, CTD instructor