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Mr. ABAC to be Selected March 28

TIFTON—Thirteen men at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will compete for the title of Mr. ABAC in the 23rd annual competition at 7 p.m. on March 28 in Howard Auditorium.  The theme for this year’s event is “Grease”.  The contest is sponsored, directed, and produced by the Family and Consumer Sciences Club. 

Tickets are $5 per person and will be available in the School of Human Sciences office, Bowen Hall 205, beginning March 25. If the event is not a sellout, tickets will also be available at the door.

Contestants will compete in casual attire, formal attire, and interview categories. Contestants will also be judged on a written timed essay.

The top contestant will receive a plaque and a cash prize.   Contestant, interview, and essay awards will be given. The Family and Consumer Sciences Club members will also choose “Fun Awards” that will be presented to contestants.Students involved in this year’s competition include Chandler Bartley, a diversified agriculture major from Dalton, sponsored by ABAC’s Sigma Alpha sorority; Conor Dunn, an English major from Omega, sponsored by the ABAC Honors Program; Ronnie Few, a diversified agriculture major from Covington, sponsored by the ABAC Collegiate FFA; Marcus Grant, a mass media communications major from Ellenwood, sponsored by ABAC’s student newspaper, The Stallion; Gerron Green, an engineering major from Enigma, sponsored by ABAC’s student newspaper, The Stallion; and Spencer Highsmith, a diversified agriculture major from Wray, sponsored by the ABAC Cattlemen’s Association.

 Other contestants include Jeremaine Hill, a psychology major from Cordele, sponsored by Brother 2 Brother; Blake Johnson, an economics major from Ocilla, sponsored by the Baptist Collegiate Ministries; Logan Layne, a rural studies major from Manning, S.C., sponsored by the ABAC Ambassadors; Clemente Oriciaga, a biology major from Tifton, sponsored by the Cultura Latina Club; Ray Sanders, a dual major in  agricultural business and diversified agriculture from Brooklet, sponsored by ABAC’s Student Government Association; Jake Todd, an agricultural education major from Arnoldsville, sponsored by the ABAC Collegiate FFA; and Kevin Vantrees, a diversified agriculture major from Douglasville, sponsored by the Agricultural Business Club. 
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