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• Community & Southern Bank (CSB) announced the appointment of Rick Ingram to executive vice president of commercial banking. In his new role, Ingram will oversee operations and expand development strategies for CSB’s commercial banking line of business. Since his arrival to CSB, he has effectively enhanced sales and credit selection processes and has been instrumental in attracting top-tier talent to the commercial banking team. Ingram served as director of business and commercial banking for CSB since 2011. He earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from the University of Georgia. He has more than 31 years of banking and finance experience that encompasses a number of disciplines, including client management and retention, sales leadership and administrative management. In addition to his CSB responsibilities, Ingram’s passion for community involvement is personified by his leadership with various civic and charitable organizations, including Reinhardt University’s “A Day” program, the YWCA of Northwest Georgia, the Cherokee County YMCA and the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce.

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Wednesday 04/01/2015
People on the Move (April 1, 2015)
Posted: April 01, 2015

• Sequoyah High School Advanced Placement and Honors Spanish teacher Allison Webb has won a scholarship for summer study awarded by the Southern Conference On Language Training. She will be studying Andean culture and literature at the Academia Latinoamericana de Español in Cuzco, Peru. Webb is only one of four Spanish teachers to be awarded this scholarship this year.  Recipients must teach in...

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Wednesday 01/07/2015
Cherokee High's Murdock named to national council
Posted: January 07, 2015

Cherokee High School’s Principal Debra Murdock has been appointed to a one-year term on the National Association of Student Councils’ National Advisory Council as one of three principal-at-large appointments.  The council’s first meeting is in January in Reston, Va., with travel and other costs paid for by the association.

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Smith graduates from FBI National Academy
Posted: January 07, 2015

Cherokee Sheriff’s Office Capt. William Smith, who started his career at the sheriff’s office in 1999, graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy (FBINA). Smith currently is the commander of special operations and the director of training for the sheriff’s office. 

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Wednesday 11/05/2014
People on the Move (Nov. 5, 2014 edition)
Posted: November 05, 2014

Martin joins Anna Crawford center

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Wednesday 05/28/2014
People on the Move (May 28, 2014)
Posted: May 28, 2014

• Two Cherokee County School District teachers have been elected to leadership roles for the Georgia Science Teachers Association. Nick Zomer, of Mill Creek MS, will serve as secretary for the association’s 2014-15 Board of Directors, and Jennifer Barnes, of Woodstock HS, will serve as the board’s high school representative. Officers were installed during a recent association meeting in Macon. ...

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Wednesday 05/07/2014
People on the Move (May 7, 2014)
Posted: May 07, 2014

• At a recent statewide award ceremony, RE/MAX of Georgia recognized Molly McGrory, broker/owner of RE/MAX Town & Country as No. 9 producer overall in Georgia for real estate transactions in 2013. McGrory has been working in the real estate industry for more than 20 years and has extensive experience in many different areas, including 30-plus years of negotiating experience, as well as ...

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Wednesday 10/16/2013
People on the move
Posted: October 16, 2013

• Cecil “Andy” Bonner, recently was reappointed to the Consumer Advisory Board. Bonner retired as state manager for St. Paul Insurance Co. He serves on the city of Canton Main Street Board, Planning and Zoning Board and the Canton Building Authority. Bonner earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia. He and his wife, Karen, reside in Canton. 

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Wednesday 10/02/2013
25th Leadership class graduates
Posted: October 02, 2013

Leadership Cherokee, a program of the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce, has graduated its 25th Anniversary Class. With the completion of this year’s class, the alumni count now totals 515.  

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