The Junior Mayor of Calhoun-Gordon County is an important program that raises awareness for the Family Resource Center of Gordon County and all of the programs offered by the Center. It also offers students in the community an opportunity to get involved with helping other children. In addition to being part of many community events, such as parades, ribbon cuttings, city council and county commission meetings, the Junior Mayor will learn about public service and local government. These students are encouraged to be a leader and make a difference in their community.
2018 Junior Mayor Sarah-Anne Arthur
Sarah-Anne began making her mark on the world in April of 2001 right here in Calhoun, Georgia. She was born the youngest of three daughters to John and Heather Arthur. She is currently a junior at Sonoraville High School where she is a member of The Beta Club, Vice President of Community Events in HOSA, and plays on the softball team. Sarah-Anne has dabbled in many things including; theater, chorus, FFA and baton twirling but, it’s on the softball field that she feels most at home. Sarah-Anne helps coach future athletes on the North Georgia Thundercats 8U softball team. When she isn’t playing for Sonoraville or taking hitting and pitching lessons at The Yard, you can find her playing softball for her travel softball team- Force Elite Mizuno Free. Sarah-Anne plans on continuing her education at Converse College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Where she will continue playing softball and ultimately hopes to become a Physician’s Assistant.
2017 Junior Mayor Campbell Govignon
2016 Junior Mayor Marley Gentry
2015 Junior Mayor Tripp Morrison
2014 Junior Mayor Gwen Oliver
The mission of the Family Resource Center is the prevention of child abuse in all its forms: physical, emotional, sexual and neglect in Gordon County, Georgia.