Major General Peter J. Boylan, President, and the Board of Trustees of Georgia Military College hosted the school’s tenth annual Military Tattoo on Friday, April 15.
A Military Tattoo is an outdoor military exercise given by troops as evening entertainment, and is a program steeped with history and tradition. Georgia Military College’s tenth annual Military Tattoo featured the John Mohr Mackintosh Pipes and Drums Band, the GMC Color Guard and the GMC Marching Band. In addition, MAJ Patty Anderson was recognized as GMC’s Prep Teacher of the Year, MAJ Kathie Deen was recognized as GMC’s Prep Character Educator of the Year, Professor Jack Hayes was recognized as GMC’s Junior College Educator of the Year, Assistant Professor Robert Sherwood was recognized as GMC’s Junior College Character Educator of the Year, and Assistant Professor Cathy Carter was recognized as the 2011 Recipient of the Vulcan Materials Award for Teaching Excellence.
The deeply moving ceremony concluded with the formal retirement of the Nation’s Colors by a fourteen-member flag detail to mark the end of the day. Pictured, left to right, Robert Sherwood, Cathy Carter, Jack Hayes, Kathie Deen and Patty Anderson.
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