Ware County Mentors Recognized Prior to Game against South Effingham

Ware County Mentors Recognized Prior to Game against South Effingham

The Ware County Gator Mentoring Program is funded and sponsored by Early Risers, Inc. a 501(3)(c) not for profit organization. The objective is to link athletes with successful postive role models from within the community. 

Mentors assist students with setting high personal, spiritual and academic goals. They also encourage students to achieve success both in the field of play and in life.

 

2017-2018 Ware County Football High School Gator Football Mentors recognized prior to Ware vs. South Effingham game last Friday night.

 

 

Mentors: Pastor Raymond Burch, Detective Rodney Davis Sr., Bernhard Eady, Tiffany Ebersole, Gary Franklin, Dr. Rusty Gibson, Detective Larry Hill, Bishop Michael-Angelo James, Charles Johnson, Dr. Keith Johnson, LaDonna Johnson, Luther Jones, Raphel Maddox, Montre' Merritt, Pastor Johnny Mitcham, Rakeem Munford, Carlton Paulk, Scott Petty, Joshua Riggs, Lillie Robinson, Shawn Smok and Lieutenant Gregory Young.

 

 

 

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