Names and Notes for April 17

  • Thursday, April 17, 2014

Submitted Photo Kay Meyer with Clemson director of basketball operations Coach Richard Bender and Roberta Balliet. The award is named after her husband, Andy Balliet, who was a special supporter of Clemson men's basketball program.

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Kay Meyer, daughter of Rick and Beth Meyer of North Augusta, was awarded the Spirit of Clemson award at the Clemson men's basketball banquet in Clemson. Meyer was selected for her extraordinary efforts in her service to the Clemson men's basketball program while a student at Clemson the past four years. She was also awarded the Community Service Award presented by the College of Health, Education, and Human Development and a Certificate of Recognition for Excellence in Nursing, presented by the College of Health, Education, and Human Development at the Strom Thurmond Institute Auditorium at Clemson University. She also received the Palmetto Gold award and a $1,000 scholarship from the South Carolina Nurses Foundation. The South Carolina Nurses Foundation awards a scholarship to each of the 23 registered nursing programs in the state. Meyer was selected by the Clemson University nursing faculty for the most deserving senior nursing student from Clemson University.


Meybohm announces top N.A. sales agents

Meybohm North Augusta announced that Amanda Israel was the top Listing Agent for February and March and top Selling Agent for January; Andy Adams was the top Listing Agent for January; Sallie Dubay was the top Selling Agent for February; and Kathy Huskey was the top Selling Agent for March.


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