GMC’s first PINK OUT sponsored by the Middle School and Varsity Football/Competition Cheerleaders was a huge success, raising $2262 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Cancer Research. The Pink Out started with an idea sparked by senior cheerleading captain Leanna Harbor. MAJ Stephanie Williams, Cheerleading Coach, said “Leanna realized many GMC faculty and staff members and also prep school parents have dealt with or are currently dealing with breast cancer. Both squads (middle school and high school) took this idea and turned it into a community service project. With the approval of a dress down day by COL John Thornton, GMC Prep Principal, we began working with Apparel Ink to design a shirt that would match our cause, “Paws for the Cause: GMC PINK OUT 2011.” MAJ Williams said a total of 575 t-shirts were sold and the donation will be made in honor of all members of the GMC Family who have battled or are currently battling breast cancer.
GMC Main Campus 801 Fire Rescue Scholarship
GMC Main Campus and Baldwin County Fire Rescue Announce the GMC 801 Fire Rescue Scholarship in Memory of Dwayne Morgan, GMC Prep ‘79 A beloved “Santa,” a man of faith and service, and friend to all, Dwayne Morgan will live on in the hearts of all who knew him; and now, future students will learn […]
GMC and NewDay USA break ground on Center for Leadership
Georgia Military College and NewDay USA announce partnership and break ground on NewDay USA Center for Leadership at Georgia Military College On Wednesday, November 3, 2021, Georgia Military College and NewDay USA broke ground on a new facility, the NewDay USA Center for Leadership at Georgia Military College. The GMC Board of Trustees approved the […]