Students Recognized

Pictured left to right:  Bill and Harriett Matthews Ryan, Parents of Law Cadet Katie Ryan, Saluda County Sheriff John Perry and American Legionnaire Marvin Gootee.

Saluda Student Gets Top
Recoognition At Cadet Academy

  Legionnaires of Post 65, Saluda,  thank Sheriff Perry and his team  for keeping our communities safe and for Sheriff Perry’s  support that made  it possible for  Cadet Katie Ryan to attend the Nathan Wolfe Cadet Law Academy.
  Cadet Ryan was chosen by her peers and instructors and   awarded the prestigious Patricia A. Glover Award As the Outstanding Female Cadet, Nathan M. Wolfe Law Enforcement Cadet Academy, June 23, 2017.  Cadet Ryan was also presented with a $1000 scholarship.  This is the first scholarship ever given at the Academy.
  The mission for the Nathan Wolfe Academy is to immerse young adults into an environment of structure and discipline to guide them through a week of instructions, lectures, and hands on training. The intent of these lectures, instructions, and hands on training is to provide the youth with a more in-formative view of law enforcement and the training that goes on behind the scenes.
  It is the goal of the Nathan Wolfe Law Enforcement Academy to provide each young adult with a broad view of law enforcement in South Carolina and give them an opportunity to have a hands on experience. Whether they are interested in law enforcement as a career or not, each young adult will leave with a better knowledge and appreciation of what law enforcement does.  American Legion  Motto: For God and Country.

YOUNG FARMER SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS - left to right - Samaria Reed, Megan Corley, TJ Price, Saluda Young Farmer’s Vice President Daniel Patterson, Ashley Owens, & Texanna Miller.

Saluda Young Farmers Scholarship Winners

  The Saluda Young Farmer Scholarship is presented this year to six local students.  This year’s winners are Texanna Miller, Ashley Owens, Megan Corley, TJ Price, Samaria Reed, and Alyssa Easler.
  Texanna is the daughter of Russell & Candice Miller.  She is a rising freshmen at Winthrop University where she will be majoring in Pre-Medicine Studies.  After graduation, she plans to attend medical school and come back to our community to work as an orthopedic doctor/surgeon.
  Ashley is the daughter of Michael & Linda Owens.  She is a rising senior at Clemson University where she is majoring in Agricultural Education.  Her future plans are to become an agriculture teacher/FFA advisor.
  Megan is the daughter of Richie & Dana Corley.  She is a rising freshmen at Clemson University where he will be majoring in Animal & Veterinary Science.  Her future plans are to attend the University of Georgia’s veterinary school and practice veterinary medicine.
  TJ is the son of Greg & Cynthia Price.  He is a rising freshmen at Florence-Darlington Technical College where he will major in Diesel Mechanics.  His future plans are to work at Blanchard Machinery and Price’s Garage.
  Samaria is the daughter of Marty Reed & Dawn Reed.  She is a rising freshmen at Piedmont Technical College where she will major in Veterinary Technology.  She plans to work in a research lab after graduation.
  Alyssa is the daughter of Keith & Ashley Easler.  She is a rising freshmen at Emmanuel College where she will major in Biology with a Pre-Veterinary concentration.  Her future plants are to attend veterinary school and also become a leader or youth pastor and worship leader for her church.
  Congratulations to all of our 2017 scholarship winners!

Corley Attends UGA VetCAMP

  Saluda High School alumna and FFA member, Megan Corley was one of 52 students from across the US who participated in the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine’s VetCAMP (Veterinary Career Aptitude and Men-toring Program) this summer.
  Megan experienced performing a necropsy on a chicken, suture lab, networking with veterinarians at various practices, radiology labs, a bandage lab, and infectious disease lab, blood and forensics, and more.    Megan will be attending Clemson University this fall majoring in Animal and Veterinary Science.  She then plans to attend the University of Georgia’s veterinary school.
  She currently works part time for Hoof n Paw Veterinary Services in Saluda.  Her parents are Richie and Dana Corley.