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Celebrating Achievements


Evalayna Gentry, a resident at Mills Home in Thomasville, graduated from Thomasville High School on June 4. She will attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) this fall where she plans to major in psychology.

Shaeley Muse will graduate from the Get Real Program in Lexington this July. The resident at Mills Home in Thomasville plans to attend Western Carolina University (WCU) in Cullowhee this fall where she plans to major in nursing

with a focus in phlebotomy.


Catlin Adamcik graduated from UNCG in December 2021 receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Drama with a minor in radio. Catlin plans to pursue an acting career in film and television. She is the daughter of John Adamcik, BCH Director of Human Resources.

Lauryn Beeson is the daughter of Melanie Beeson, Call Center Director for the North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry. She graduated on May 14 from Meredith College in Raleigh where she received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Hospitality Management with a minor in entrepreneurship. Lauryn has accepted a full-time position with Think-PLC as Executive Assistant to the President.

Rebekah Briles graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on December 18, 2021 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater and a minor in dance. She currently works as a part-time administrative assistant at BCH’s Christian Adoption Services (CAS) in Indian Trail. Rebekah is the daughter of Mike Briles, Assistant to the Senior Vice President of BCH.