The Carrollton City Council presented a proclamation to Carrollton High School’s team for winning the inaugural state Student Ambassadors Cup for its hard work on promoting voter registration and student involvement in the political process. The CHS team earned more than 48,000 points during the competition, sponsored by the Georgia Secretary of State’s office, by hosting four voter registration drives, speaking to several classes at school about the importance of active citizenship and spending time giving back to the community. In addition, the SOS Student Ambassadors Facebook page featured a video about the upcoming presidential race and voter registration produced by CHS team member Leigh Anne Turner. Other team members were Anthony Zheng, Holley Dalton, Thomas Culwell, Max Schoenfeld, Hannah Brooks, Tim Green, Kirby Criswell and Jill Fazio. Several are pictured here with the Carrollton City Council at its June 6 council meeting. From left are Tim Grizzard, city manager; Dr. Mark Albertus, Carrollton City Schools superintendent; Sally Ingui, CHS career specialist; Thomas Culwell; Met Lane, city councilman; Walt Hollingsworth, mayor; Gerald Byrd, city councilman; Kirby Criswell; Leigh Anne Turner; Anthony Zheng; Max Shoenfeld; Rory Wojcik, city councilman; Tim Green; and Jim Waters, city councilman.