Posted on: June 1, 2017

Youth Advisory Council Scholarship

A 2017 Youth Advisory Council Scholarship, created for graduating seniors who are actively involved with Keep America Beautiful at a national or local level, was presented to Atticus Lemahieu of Bogart, Georgia. The Youth Advisory Council Scholarship fund was created during the 2017 Keep America Beautiful National Conference in Washington D.C.

Lemahieu, a recent graduate at North Oconee High School, has a passion for combating environmental issues that face future generations.

Lemahieu works with Keep Oconee County Beautiful Commission where he organizes cleanups in his community and on his school’s campus. Lemahieu will be attending the Georgia Institute of Technology this fall to study Environmental Engineering.


“It has been an honor and privilege to work with Atticus and we know that the future holds great things for this fine young man. Keep Oconee County Beautiful Commission members and volunteers want to congratulate Atticus for receiving this scholarship from Keep America Beautiful,” KOCBC Executive Director Cindy Pritchard said.

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