Page 2 — Wednesday, November 16, 2011, The Millen News Rocker, Scott and Clifton elected By Deborah Bennett Millen News Editor Approximately 44.44 percent of the City of Millen’s registered voters went to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 8, to elect a Mayor and two city council members. Incumbent Mayor King Rocker was successful in his bid for re-election defeating Bobby Anthony by a vote of 525 to 289. In the city council, District #2 race, newcomer Robin Scott was the winning candidate with 175 votes. Incumbent Lee Ward Williams polled 25 votes; Edna E. Golff, 33; and Hamp Scott, 14. Incumbent City Councilman Darrel Clifton, District #1, was unopposed in his bid for reelection and received 419 votes. Eight hundred twenty-four votes were cast in the election. There are 1,854 registered voters in the city. JCHS releases honor roll Jenkins Country High School students making the first 9-weeks Principal’s List and Honor Roll are as follows. Principal’s List 12 th Grade: Shae Burke, Sara Burke, Tiller Gay, Nathan Lewis, Chelsea Taylor, Chassity Wilkerson, Dallas Wilson and Jacelyn Youmans. 11th Grade: Daniel Langston, Kristin McLamb, Donald Pennington and Jonquette Sanders. 10th Grade: Robin Boone, Mark Brannen, D Brown, Gresham Conway, Corrina Dease, Tamara Williams and Nicole Wilson. 9 th Grade: Toni Atef, Tori Becton, Irvin Benitez, Charlotte Bowen, Will Collier, Ben Dickey, Henry Sherrod, McKayla Shuman, Austin Wagner, Tyler Wagner and Johnequa Williams. Honor Roll 12th Grade: Drew Allen, Madison Allen, Callie Dailey, Mason Davis, Paul Dieteman, C. J. Green. Shiamante’ Grimes, Shauntiqua Hardaway, Juan Jeronimo, Britney Jones, Whitney Jones, Keyth Lariscy, Shalyn Morris, Robert Mosley, Jacob Norris, Drew Overstreet, Morgan Pickett, Morgan Royal and Candice Waters. 11 th Grade: Chris Brady, Tyrell Brown, Blais Chance, Dixie Detwiler, Joseph Gaiser, Chelsea Gibbens, Will Griffin, Rubi DelgadoGuzman, Frank Hagins, Raquel Haney, Kayla Kirkland, Charity Langston, Tykeyah Lockett, Breaona Milton, Jared Orvin, Jenny Taylor, Brittany Wilkins, Amanda Williams and Trenton Williams. 10th Grade: Sarah Beth Cates, Brandy Cooper, James Crockett, Justice Deloach, Travis Downs, Anna Godbee, Mary Beth Norris and Tyler Taylor. 9 th Grade: Joshua Adams, Pindie Bass, Tristan Bennett, Ashley Bynes, Chelsea Clayton, Draven Coleman, Wesley Finch, Will Finch, Dona Gay, Jordan Hagins, Ambreyona Hendrix, Rachel Kicklighter, Mia King, Claire Lanier, Ty’dre Lee, Jayla Lewis, Tyler McMillan, Stephen Morris, Robert Newsome, Zac Rackins, Gannon Walters, Jasmine Williams and Kayley Young. Celebrating 50th wedding anniversary You are invited to join Jimmy and Jewel Adams as they celebrate 50 years of marriage 6 p.m. Nov. 26th at the Millen Community House. Please come help them celebrate! Winter donations Two hundred coats and blankets were donated to the Jenkins County Family Enrichment Center by a group of employees working for Shaw Industries at the Plant Vogtle site. All items were separated and dispersed to each of the local schools to give to children in need. (Photo contributed) GA Power contributes Subscribe online www.themillennews.com From left, Mandy Underwood, Jenkins County Family Enrichment director, accepts a $2,500 donation from Cindy Harper, Georgia Power Foundation. (Photo contributed) “I fought breast cancer with the help of & hats and scarves East Georgia Regional.” Kim Futch was willing to lose her hair, but not the battle. 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