Highlights from the ECA awards night

By Bill Colvard - bcolvard@MtAiryNews.com
Marilyn Geiger, president of Pilot Mountain Achievers and Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, set the tone for the evening’s Tea Party theme. - Bill Colvard | The News
Surry Community College’s Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture & Enology was the scene of Surry County Extension and Community Association Awards and Achievenment night on June 1. - Bill Colvard | The News
Jim Cowden, District Extension director for the North Central District of North Carolina, addressed the group - Bill Colvard | The News
Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, presented a youth scholarship to Michael “Blake” Flinchum, who plans to attend Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. - - Bill Colvard | The News
Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, presented a youth scholarship to Grace Leann Wall, who plans to attend Surry Community College for two years and transfer to continue studying grief counseling. - - Bill Colvard | The News
An adult scholarship was presented to Sally Southard, who is enrolled in an online program at East Carolina University by Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council. - - Bill Colvard | The News
Surry County Extension and Community Association club presidents were honored for their service on June 1 at the annual Awards and Achievements Night. They are, from left, Carole Simpson, Tammy Mabe and Pat Crissman, all of Siloam, Marilyn Geiger, of the Pilot Mountain Achievers, Jean Hardy of Salem Fork, Goldie Sparger of Beulah, and Ann Davis of White Sulphur Springs. - - Bill Colvard | The News
Goldie Sparger (left) is presented a volunteering award by Carmen Long. - - Bill Colvard | The News

Surry County Extension and Community Association members gathered to celebrate the 80th annual achievement program at Surry Community College’s Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology.

Anyone interested in participating in the association should contact Carmen Long, area agent, Family and Consumer Sciences, for information on the club. She can be reached at 336-401-8025 or by email at carmen_long@ncsu.edu

Marilyn Geiger, president of Pilot Mountain Achievers and Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, set the tone for the evening’s Tea Party theme.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-1-1.jpgMarilyn Geiger, president of Pilot Mountain Achievers and Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, set the tone for the evening’s Tea Party theme. Bill Colvard | The News

Surry Community College’s Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture & Enology was the scene of Surry County Extension and Community Association Awards and Achievenment night on June 1.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-10-1.jpgSurry Community College’s Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture & Enology was the scene of Surry County Extension and Community Association Awards and Achievenment night on June 1. Bill Colvard | The News

Jim Cowden, District Extension director for the North Central District of North Carolina, addressed the group
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-11-1.jpgJim Cowden, District Extension director for the North Central District of North Carolina, addressed the group Bill Colvard | The News

Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, presented a youth scholarship to Michael “Blake” Flinchum, who plans to attend Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-2-1.jpgJoy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, presented a youth scholarship to Michael “Blake” Flinchum, who plans to attend Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Bill Colvard | The News

Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, presented a youth scholarship to Grace Leann Wall, who plans to attend Surry Community College for two years and transfer to continue studying grief counseling.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-3-1.jpgJoy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council, presented a youth scholarship to Grace Leann Wall, who plans to attend Surry Community College for two years and transfer to continue studying grief counseling. Bill Colvard | The News

An adult scholarship was presented to Sally Southard, who is enrolled in an online program at East Carolina University by Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-4-1.jpgAn adult scholarship was presented to Sally Southard, who is enrolled in an online program at East Carolina University by Joy Hemming, adviser to Surry County Extension and Community Association County Council. Bill Colvard | The News

Surry County Extension and Community Association club presidents were honored for their service on June 1 at the annual Awards and Achievements Night. They are, from left, Carole Simpson, Tammy Mabe and Pat Crissman, all of Siloam, Marilyn Geiger, of the Pilot Mountain Achievers, Jean Hardy of Salem Fork, Goldie Sparger of Beulah, and Ann Davis of White Sulphur Springs.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-6-1.jpgSurry County Extension and Community Association club presidents were honored for their service on June 1 at the annual Awards and Achievements Night. They are, from left, Carole Simpson, Tammy Mabe and Pat Crissman, all of Siloam, Marilyn Geiger, of the Pilot Mountain Achievers, Jean Hardy of Salem Fork, Goldie Sparger of Beulah, and Ann Davis of White Sulphur Springs. Bill Colvard | The News

Goldie Sparger (left) is presented a volunteering award by Carmen Long.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_ECA-Awards-8-1.jpgGoldie Sparger (left) is presented a volunteering award by Carmen Long. Bill Colvard | The News

By Bill Colvard

bcolvard@MtAiryNews.com