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June 20, 2017

Fifteen students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College have been selected to serve the college as summer orientation leaders, known as the Stallion Society.

Local Stallion Society members include Kaycee Aultman, a sophomore writing and communications major from Tifton; Hannah King, a sophomore biology major from Tifton; Luke Smith, a sophomore biochemistry major from Tifton; and Allison Brock, a junior social and community development major from Chula.

Other Stallion Society leaders include Dulce De Jesus Arreguin, a sophomore music education major from Douglas; Brice Bonds, a junior agriculture major from Swainsboro; Deidra Green, a senior social and community development major from Sylvester; Jillian Grim, a junior nursing major from Meigs; Austin Miller, a sophomore nursing major from Hampton;  Mariela Delgado Ovalle, a sophomore secondary education major from Douglas; Jana Register, a senior politics and modern cultures major from Valdosta; Aubrey Rife, a junior writing and communications major from Palmetto, Fla.; Aaliyah Taylor, a freshman agricultural education major from Macon; Bri’Ashia Wright, ,a junior nursing major from Barney; and Halee Wright, a sophomore early childhood education major from Douglas.

Stallion Society leaders welcome and aid incoming students at orientation as students transition to college. Members of the Stallion Society, after an application and interview process, are chosen for their enthusiasm, leadership ability, and good academic standing.
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