Jag 20 honorees

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Reunion dinners, golf games, continuing education and the investiture of Augusta University President Brooks Keel were among the activities featured during the university’s Alumni Weekend April 28-May 1. Highlights included the presentation of The Dental College of Georgia Distinguished Alumnus Award to Dr. Louvenia Annette Rainge (see page 34) and the presentation of Jag 20 Awards to 20 outstanding Augusta University alumni, including DCG graduates Drs. J. Darron Alford (’10), Jay Harris (’02), Shaunta King (’10), Amish Naik (’08) and Martha Wells (’06).

Jag 20 honorees are alumni under age 40 who have made a significant impact in their career, community and alma mater.

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