This Wednesday’s speaker: From the Salvation Army, Majors Pamela and Robin Starr

Salvation Army Majors Pamela and Robin StarrPamela and Robin Starr, officers in The Salvation Army, will share with us the beginnings and current projects of the Salvation Army. They met at the Salvation Army Training College in Atlanta. Pamela was commissioned as an officer in June 1993 and Robin was commissioned as an officer in June 1992, and they were married in December 1993. They have served together in several locations including Chattanooga, TN, and Valdosta.

Robin graduated in 1985 from Trevecca Nazarene College in Nashville, TN, with a degree in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems. Pamela graduated in1993 from Asbury College in Wilmore, KY, with a degree in Elementary Education. They have three children: Jackie(20), Jennie(20) and Josh(12).

 

This wednesday’s speaker: Valwood School Head Football Coach Ashley Henderson

Ashley HendersonAshley Henderson, head Coach at Valwood School, started his current position in 2012. He received a Bachelor’s degree and a Masters degree from Valdosta State University. Ashley’s work as a graduate assistant under David Dean and Chris Hatchers led the way for a successful career.

In 2012-2013 Ashley was named Coach of the Year by Southeast Georgia Fellowship of Christian Athletes and named 2014 GISA All-Star game Offensive Coordinator. Ashley was named the Region 3AAA Coach of the Year in 2014 and Region 3AA Coach of the year in 2013. His career head coaching record is 36-3 and thirteen of his players have signed football scholarships.

 

This week’s speaker: Carrol Dadisman author of “Dear Old U-G-A”

Carrol Dadisman is the author of Dear Old U-G-A, a 120-year history of the University of Georgia as reported and reflected in pagescarrol dadisman of The Red and Black, UGA’s independent student newspaper, since its founding in 1893. The book was inspired by his service on the board of directors for The Red and Black.

Carrol graduated in 1956 with a degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia. He is a retired publisher of the Tallahassee Democrat. He has been a Knight International Press Fellow and was the founding president of the Community Foundation of North Florida in Tallahassee. Carrol has been a member of Rotary in Marietta, Columbus and Tallahassee, and currently resides in Tallahassee with his wife, Mildred.