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Talkin' About My Generation, August 2012

photos by Chris Thelen

Liz Trotter, 26

Liz Trotter

Liz Trotter, 26, lives in “Summerville” with her husband, Paul Trotter, D.M.D., an orthodontic resident at GHSU. She is coordinator of special programs at Augusta State University and is a master of education candidate at Georgia Southern University.

Likes To: Too many to name...travel to UGA football games and PGA golf tournaments (cheering for Rory, Bubba and Freddie)...

Favorite Possession: My family.

Favorite Indulgence: Fried shrimp and parmesan cheese grits at Silver Moon, Lake Oconee.

Favorite Place To Be: Anywhere on the water.

Admires the Most: Our brave, noble, courageous and selfless veterans and service men and women and their families.

Song Playing in Her Head: God Gave Me You, by Blake Shelton.

Message in a Bottle: “If you want to hear God laugh, tell him your plans.”Our brave, noble, courageous and selfless veterans and service men and women and their families.

Song Playing in Her Head: God Gave Me You, by Blake Shelton.

Message in a Bottle: “If you want to hear God laugh, tell him your plans.”

Jack Jewitt, 6

Jack Jewitt

Jack Jewitt, 6, of Evans, lives with his parents, Aaron and Luiza Jewitt, and brothers Ryan and Cody.

Likes To: Swim. I am on a competitive swim team (ASL). My favorite strokes are backstroke, freestyle and butterfly.

College Team: Stanford.

Favorite Indulgence: Oreo cookies.

Favorite Place To Be: The pool and California.

Would Most Like To Meet: Michael Phelps.

Words He Lives By: “It just takes practice.”

Biggest Fear: Bugs.

Is Inspired By: My family and my sports coaches.

Song Playing in His Head: Anything by Lady Gaga.

Admires the Most: My mom and dad.

Message in a Bottle: Just keep swimming.

Becky Gilmore, 54

Becky Gilmore, 54, of Augusta, is the head of school at Augusta Preparatory Day School. She has two children, ages 21 and 19.

Likes To: Read, spend time with my family, travel and try new things.

Favorite Thing About the First Day of School: The sense of excitement about a fresh start and a new day.

Favorite Subjects: Biology and English.

College Team: Duke Blue Devils!

Favorite Place To Be: Anywhere with family or friends catching up or trying to solve the problems of the world. It’s usually on a porch or in front of a fireplace or around a table.

Words She Lives By: “Be the change you want to see in the world.”

Can’t Live Without: Some alone time.

Greatest Hope: That my work with young people will help them realize they have the ability to change the world.

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