Helen Johnson, left, group vice president for community development at CB&T, poses Nov. 6, 2017, with South Columbus Elementary School principal Dawn Jenkins after Johnson won the 2017 Distinguished Educational Patron Award from the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals during the GAESP’s conference in Savannah.
Helen Johnson, left, group vice president for community development at CB&T, poses Nov. 6, 2017, with South Columbus Elementary School principal Dawn Jenkins after Johnson won the 2017 Distinguished Educational Patron Award from the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals during the GAESP’s conference in Savannah. Courtesy of Helen Johnson
Helen Johnson, left, group vice president for community development at CB&T, poses Nov. 6, 2017, with South Columbus Elementary School principal Dawn Jenkins after Johnson won the 2017 Distinguished Educational Patron Award from the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals during the GAESP’s conference in Savannah. Courtesy of Helen Johnson

CB&T executive is overall state winner as distinguished educational patron

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