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Jobs for Georgia Graduates club gets first at state
JGG team photo
Alicia Velasquez, Emma French, Dara Lemley and Rustin Howell pose with their first place trophy after their Creative Problem Solving team won first place during the Jobs for Georgia Graduates state competition in Macon on Mar. 3. - photo by For the Dawson County News
The Jobs for Georgia Graduates (JGG) club at Dawson County High School traveled last week to the 2017 State Career Association Conference and the Creative Problem Solving Team came away with a first place victory for the state of Georgia. The DCHS contingency also took first place for their community service project and third place for their chapter manual. The teams competed at regionals on Feb. 17 at the University of North Georgia campus in Gainesville and those that placed first in region advanced to compete during the Mar. 3 state event at the Macon Centreplex in Macon.