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Posted: Sunday, July 13, 2014 10:00 am

Chattanooga State announces Walker and Catoosa graduates

Chattanooga State announced graduates from Catoosa and Walker County at the conclusion of the spring 2014 semester.

Catoosa County: Abbey Lynn Alsobrooks, Shannon Amanda Asher, Jan Ball, Teresa A. Blocker, Kelly Nicole Brady, Karen Ann Brophy, Patrick Anthony Calsetta, Brandon Kristopher Crane, Devinne Nicholle Crumley, Kevin Paul Cummings, Teresa Ann Curtis, Jaimie Marie Derigiotis, Charles Herbert Ellsworth, Catherine Elaine Gomez, Jason T. Godwin, Candias Marie Guthrie, Chrissie Chante Haas, Ronald Gabriel Herman, Jessica Lea Kalbach, William Gregory King, Joseph Arnold McGee, Dallas Justin Morrow, Abby Erin Myers, Jonathan Paul Preston, Gary Randall Price, Gregory Scot Rambin. April Nicole Ronda, Angela Dawn Scarbrough, Rahima Selimovic, Christopher Martin Smith, Phouthavy Dianne Vongphaiboun, Autumn Leigh Watkins, James Allen Williams and Justin Andrew Williams.

Walker County: Jennifer Lynn Beaty, Samantha Desiree Blaylock, Natasha Bryant, James H. Caldwell, Elizabeth Rose Cecchetti,, Jason L. Crawford, Stephanie Marie Cushen, Krystal Nicole Delashmitt, Heather Rebekah Ely, David Justin Graves, Robert Beachum Green, Jake Hunter Holder, Amber LeAnn Keef, April Marie Kelley, Jennifer Dawn Morris, Hannah Christus Rose, Angela Katherine Savage, Erin Suzanne Travis, Amy Renee Trillet and Kathleen Lee Tusa.

Masley from Rossville graduates from Ohio Wesleyan University

John Masley of Rossville, Ga., graduated May 11, 2014, from Ohio Wesleyan University with a bachelor’s degree of arts.

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The LaFayette-Barwick Airport fly-in is 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20. This annual event affords the public opportunities to get an up close view of flying machines — including a LifeForce helicopter — talk to pilots and visit the new terminal. Admission is free.

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