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CGTC Students take the Macon Discovery Challenge

A team of staff, faculty and students from Central Georgia Technical College recently took the Macon Discovery Challenge. The Challenge, initiated by the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, consists of twelve clues about locations around the city. Participants take a photographic journey from location to location, learning about the city as they go. Computer Animation and Multimedia instructor Brian McDaniel was asked to head up a team for the College. Six of his students volunteered to participate. Also Robbie Parks, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Administrative Services and Digital Media Technicians Travis Bronner and Christopher Tanner participated in the Challenge. The team decided on the name "Macon Mischief." A great deal of effort and creativity went into the project. Team photos can be viewed after the deadline for entry April 27 at www.discovermacon.org.




From left are Kevin Young, Daniel Burke, Bronner, Rachel Marsh, Dana Wallace, George Joiner, Robbie Parks, Jeshua Singletary and Tanner.

Submitted by Rebecca Ledford
March 31, 2009

 

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