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Ferrell, Evins awarded White Roses
Vickers takes citizenship award
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Kalab Ferrell was awarded a White Rose at DCHS graduation Friday. - photo by Photo by Reed Vanderpool
The Class of 2014 said goodbye to DCHS and received their sheepskins Friday evening.A total of 158 students graduated. Kalab Ferrell and Kelsey Evins were presented the coveted White Rose Awards, and Crystal Vickers went home with the Citizenship Award.The White Rose is presented each year to a boy and girl from the graduating class for outstanding achievement in leadership, academics, and other activities.The Citizenship Award is given to the senior who has demonstrated outstanding service, devotion and loyalty to DeKalb County High School.Valedictorian Kelsey Evins advised her fellow graduates to find what they love to do and pursue it.“Pursuing your passion, whatever that is, is the one thing that makes you forget the world. That's what will propel your dreams into the sky,” she said.Class President Jordan Wilkins complimented the class on its dedication.