Georgia Military College students help clean up southwest Georgia storm damageNovember 1, 2018 | :
by Albany Herald
ALBANY — A group of Georgia Military College students in Milledgeville, Valdosta and Albany assisted in Hurricane Michael cleanup this week.
In 24 hours, 39 student volunteers had signed up for the day of service. GMC officials said the volunteers were happy to help people in the Albany community recover from the storm.
GMC-Milledgeville Professor Robert Sherwood organized the trip. Others who attended the cleanup included GMC President Lt. Gen. William B. Caldwell IV, Commandant of GMC Corps of Cadets Col. Steve Pitt, Operations Officer Col. Duane Clayton and his wife, along with GMC-Albany Executive Campus Director Melanie King, GMC-Valdosta Executive Campus Director Billie Washburn and faculty members from those campuses.