2018-09-12 / Front Page

SGA Homecoming Court


Standing from left, Faith Dowdy, Kamryn Carver, Kate McGill Hattway and Abbygail Brooks. Seated from left, Karlie Bridges, Laney Hall, Abbie Earnest and Ash Phillips. Standing from left, Faith Dowdy, Kamryn Carver, Kate McGill Hattway and Abbygail Brooks. Seated from left, Karlie Bridges, Laney Hall, Abbie Earnest and Ash Phillips. The Southwest Georgia Academy student body has selected their representatives for the 2018 Homecoming Court.

Homecoming activities will take place Oct. 5 prior to the Warriors’ football game. The girls will be escorted by their fathers. The crowning of the homecoming queen will take place during halftime activities. The queen will be crowned and saluted by the senior members of the football team. Loulie Hattaway, Skyla Turner, Katelyn Williams, Aaliyah McCoy, and Carianna Ford.

Over $1.6 million in cash and college granted scholarships are available to the young women who participated in the Distinguished Young Women of Early. The Distinguished Young Women of Georgia Class of 2019 is eligible to receive over $3.7 million in college granted scholarships.

Bridges will represent Early County at various events and serve as a role model to young people by spreading the program’s national outreach message of “Be Your Best Self.”

Karlie is the daughter of Taylor and Tina Bridges and is a senior at Southwest Georgia Academy.

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