Police officer promoted

BRASELTON - Braselton police officer Ronnie Kilburn was promoted to detective.

Kilburn has nine years of experience with local law enforcement agencies, including work at Hoschton and Arcade. He also spent eight years of related service in the United States Marine Corps.

A graduate of Winder-Barrow High, Kilburn and his family live in Jackson County.

Tickets for sale

WINDER - Tickets for "And Then There Were None" by the Winder-Barrow Community Theatre are now on sale.

The show will be presented at the Colleen Williams Theater in the Winder Cultural Arts Center at 105 E. Athens St. in Winder on two weekends with an additional Sunday matinee.

Dates and times are 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 and 27 and 3 p.m. Oct. 28 as well as 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2 and 3 and 3 p.m. Nov. 4.

Tickets can be purchased at Pam Veader's State Farm Insurance Office at 41 S. Center St. in Winder. Adults are $12 and seniors (65 and older), students and teachers are $10. Groups of 10 or more tickets purchased at one time will be $10 per ticket.

The sponsored nonprofit group for this show will be the Winder branch of the Piedmont Regional Library. Because of budget cuts the library is in need of money to purchase new books and materials. A portion of every ticket purchased for this show will be donated to the library.

See www.winderbarrowtheatre.org for more information.

Local man promoted

LAWRENCEVILLE - Randall Davis was appointed the District Construction Engineer for Northeast Georgia's District One in the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Davis began his career with the Georgia Department of Transportation in 1981 in the Engineer Training Program. Most recently, he was responsible for all construction and maintenance activities in Gwinnett and Barrow counties. Davis became Assistant District Construction Engineer for all 21 counties in District One in 2005.

His new position as District Construction Engineer becomes effective Sept. 16. He is now responsible for construction supervision of 300 construction projects with an estimated cost of $370 million annually.

Davis graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Civil Engineering in 1981. He has also earned management certification from the State Merit System and the University of Georgia as a Certified Public Manager.

He is married to Roberta and is the father of two girls, Elizabeth and Ginny.

Braselton staffer honored

BRASELTON - Braselton's environmental specialist, Yvette Wise, received an award of appreciation from the Oconee River Soil and Water Conservation District at its annual meeting.

Wise coordinates and manages the town's erosion and sedimentation control program. She enforces local and state environmental regulations through plan reviews and on-site inspections.

Wise joined Braselton's staff in 2006. The Oconee River Soil and Water Conservation District includes Jackson and Barrow Counties.

Gwinnett Gab appears in the Thursday and Sunday editions of the Gwinnett Daily Post.