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COVID on campus: Latest update from Rome (2 cases), Floyd Schools (4 cases).

STATE OF OUR SCHOOLS: Latest updates from each school system. Rome City Schools. 2 new cases through Monday; 13 cases with seven-day total. All schools under mask mandate. Floyd County Schools. 3 students, 1 faculty or staff on Tuesday. Polk School District: 43 students and staff as of Friday. No...
ROME, GA
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Men’s Golf Finishes Seventh at Oglethorpe Invite

Par 72 – 6,828 Yards (18 Teams) Gettysburg Lineup (99 Individuals) Gettysburg found itself in contention for a top-five finish by shooting a 296 on the opening day, nine strokes off the pace set by round one leader Babson College. Freshman Daniel Suter (Gaithersburg, Md./Milton Academy) set the tone for the Bullets by carding a two-under 70 through the first 18 rounds. His opening round included three birdies and 14 pars as he went two-under on the back nine.
GETTYSBURG, PA
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Berry Students Serve the Rome Area in Honor of 9/11

Berry College students remembered the lives of those lost on 9/11 by volunteering in the Rome community on Sept. 11. The men’s basketball team took part in the service day by landscaping the premises at the Davies Shelter. Trevor Lydic talked about what giving back means to him and his teammates.
MOUNT BERRY, GA
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Seminars on the Consequences of Slavery

This school year, Teaching American History is hosting a series of online Saturday morning seminars featuring many of the themes in our newest Core Document Collection, Slavery and Its Consequences. Our first session, Slavery and The Founding, took place on September 18. Dr David Tucker led the discussion, posing provocative focus questions: Should Thomas Jefferson’s words and deeds with regard to slavery affect our understanding of the words “all men are created equal?” How do we reconcile that famous phrase from the Declaration of Independence with Jefferson’s discussion of race in his Notes on the State of Virginia?
EDUCATION
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BSC FINISHES 9TH IN FIRST FALL TOURNAMENT

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. - Birmingham-Southern opened up the 2021 fall season by competing at the Royal Lakes invitational. The men's golf team finished tied for ninth in a 18 team field. The Panthers finished the weekend shooting a 607 (+31). The Panthers competed with five nationally ranked teams. The Panthers...
GOLF
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Theron Earns Bid to ITA Cup

MOUNT BERRY, Ga. Competing in the men's Division III 2021 Fall ITA South Regional on September 24-26 at Berry (Ga.) College, Methodist sophomore Jordan Theron played his way into the main-draw championship match of the singles bracket, earning a bid to advance to the 2021 ITA Cup on October 14-17.
TENNIS
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DCHS Cross Country Early Season Results

The Dade County High School Cross Country team has been working hard this summer and Coach Philip Bell is excited to see his athletes compete this season. The 2021 Wolverine XCountry team has participated in three events so far this season. This is that time of year where the heat if finally starting to let up a little and runners are hoping to hit their stride. Coach Bell hopes those who showed up in the early morning hours of the summer will see seconds, even minutes, shaved off their times as the year progresses. Traditional minor programs like cross country and track & field have enjoyed some recent success and we are excited to see these programs grow. More and more students are giving these sports a try and they’re enjoying it. If you’ve never been part of a team and want to try a sport, I know Dade County has a sport for you. If you’re looking for something easy, cross country may not be the best choice. Waking up at the break of dawn and running a 5K in less than twenty minutes isn’t easy, but there are definitely some healthy habits that these student-athletes are developing that can be beneficial for the rest of their life. Good luck Wolverines!!
HIGH SCHOOL
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Award-winning sculpture artist at Berry College

The Berry College Fine Arts Department recently hosted an artist talk with sculptor Jason Tanner Young. Young’s solo exhibition “Depth Finder” at the Moon Gallery engages in a wide variety of materials and techniques to reference a range of internal states. The work embraces the network of vessels and highlights the complex system of everyday objects. He incorporates cast bronze pieces into steel and wood compositions, which creates new hybridized sculptures.
MOUNT BERRY, GA
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Claremont House dazzles in new trailer for ‘Stranger Things’ season four.

The Claremont House is the star of the recently released trailer for season four of Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things.’ It opens with a family pulling up to move in, set in the1950s. That Hallmark Channel feeling doesn’t last long before things start going south — a dead animal first and then apparently people. Flash forward decades later to see the “Stranger Things” characters arrive to survey a musty, cow-web-filled Creel House.
TV SERIES
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CHS August Teacher of the Month: Karen Appelbaum

August Teacher of the Month was Mrs.Karen Appelbaum. Indian Lore Staff caught up with Mrs. Appelbaum to learn a little more about her. Mrs. Appelbaum grew up in Peekskill, N.Y., moving to Georgia in 1993. She married to Dr. Jeff Appelbaum in 1991 and moved to Chattooga County in 1997. They have two children, Max and Brooke. Max is a student at the University of Georgia and Brooke is a student at Berry College. She also stated she has “too many cats! But we love them.”
EDUCATION
Gettysburg Times

Bullet me card 7th-place finish at Royal Lakes Invitational

Par 72 – 6,828 Yards (18 Teams) Gettysburg Lineup (99 Individuals) Gettysburg found itself in contention for a top-five finish by shooting a 296 on the opening day, nine strokes off the pace set by round one leader Babson College. Freshman Daniel Suter set the tone for the Bullets by carding a two-under 70 through the first 18 rounds. His opening round included three birdies and 14 pars as he went two-under on the back nine.
GETTYSBURG, PA
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Brown Reaches Career Coaching Milestone In 2-0 Victory

Thirty years ago, Kathy Brown embarked on her soccer journey when she stepped on the soccer pitch as a freshman at Berry College. On a picture-perfect Saturday afternoon, it seemed only natural that the journey came full circle on the same pitch when Brown, now the head coach of the women's program at her alma mater, reached a milestone when the Vikings defeated Southern Athletic Conference foe Sewanee 2-0 at Pearson Field, giving Brown her 300th career coaching victory.
SOCCER
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Governor’s Honor Program nominations open until Oct. 1

The nomination process for the 2021-2022 Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is now open through October 1. GHP is a four-week residential program designed to provide intellectually gifted and artistically talented 10th & 11th grade high school students challenging and enriching educational opportunities not usually available during the regular school year. This program will be held on the campus of Berry College on June 19-July 16, 2022. Students must be nominated by a teacher.
EDUCATION
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Obituaries: Gayland Andrew Dodd Sr., Mrs. Hazel Robbins Ghorley, Jason Todd Henson, Corey Steven Myers.

Gayland Andrew Dodd Sr., 71, died peacefully at home in the early morning hours of the Autumn Equinox, September 22, 2021. Born in Rome, Georgia on July 22, 1950, Gayland was the son of Martha Puckett Green and Henry Dewey Dodd, Jr. Raised as a devout Christian, Gayland was a member of North Broad Baptist Church. Gayland attended Pepperell High School, where he excelled in both academics and sports, earning a National Merit Scholarship for his PSAT scores, earning victories in the state and national track and field meets, and securing a position as an All-State linebacker.
ROME, GA
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Gayland Andrew Dodd, Sr., 71 of Rome

Gayland Andrew Dodd, Sr., 71, died peacefully at home in the early morning hours of the Autumn Equinox, September 22, 2021. Born in Rome, Georgia on July 22, 1950, Gayland was the son of Martha Puckett Green and Henry Dewey Dodd, Jr. Raised as a devout Christian, Gayland was a member of North Broad Baptist Church. Gayland attended Pepperell High School, where he excelled in both academics and sports, earning a National Merit Scholarship for his PSAT scores, earning victories in the state and national track and field meets, and securing a position as an All-State linebacker. He attended Harvard University, where he played football, and graduated from Berry College with a degree in chemistry and set school records in track and field. He then spent several decades as a systems engineer, serving as the president of the consulting firm Spring Creek Process Development, Inc. and providing his expertise in streamlining automated chemical refining processes to numerous corporate clients along the East Coast and Canada. Before his health declined, he enjoyed participating in casual pickup basketball and volleyball at the Rome YMCA. An avid reader, he was also a member of Mensa and remained intellectually active throughout his life.
ROME, GA
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Edwards to be inducted into Hall of Fame

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum’s Georgia Chapter induction, postponed from May 2020 due to the COVID pandemic, will be held on Sunday, Oct. 17 at the Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta located at 1775 Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth. Eight individuals will be inducted as part of the...
WWE
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No. 13 Berry Sweeps Volleyball in Sunday Matinee

SEWANEE, Tenn. - The University of the South volleyball team suffered a weekend split with a 3-0 loss to No. 13 Berry College inside Juhan Gymnasium, Sunday afternoon. Final Score: Berry (10-1, 4-1) 3, Sewanee (4-5, 1-4) 0 (25-15, 25-21, 25-9) Sewanee Athletics Social Media | Twitter/Instagram: @SewaneeTigers. Volleyball Social...
SEWANEE, TN
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