2019 Rabun County Scholarhip Winners


Daniel Dobromirov
Vocal, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School

Before coming to study in the United States, Daniel Dobromirov found every opportunity to share his vocal talents by performing in school choir and musical performances and singing at local restaurants in Serbia.  In 2016, he took his voice on the air when he participated in a show broadcast nationally on The Radio Television of Vojvodina.  Now a junior at Rabun Gap Nacoochee School and member of the International Student Panel, Daniel has embraced his love of theatre as a soloist in the production of Cabaret and the school’s annual Cirque production where he is often asked to lead his peers in sectionals.


Keri Moore
Vocal, Rabun County High School

Senior Keri Moore has become a performing arts shining star since joining Rabun County High School’s performing arts program in 2016.  She has participated in numerous musical theatre productions, served in leadership roles through her memberships with Tri-M Music Honor Society and Encore (advanced women’s choral ensemble) and been honored for her talents at GMEA and Governor’s Honor Program.  In 2017, she placed first in the Rabun Idol singing competition and hopes to continue her love of music when she enrolls at Lee University next year.


Sydney Watts
Vocal, Rabun County High School

After being selected as the youngest winner ever of Rabun Idol in 2016, Junior Sydney Watts knew she wanted her love of music and performance to continue as a part of her career.  She has since performed at numerous events around her community, including being selected to perform for Georgia Governor Nathan Deal at a Rabun County High School’s graduation.  She is an active member of Encore (advanced women’s choral ensemble) and Tri M Music Honor Society where she has served in leadership roles.  She plans to continue her love for music by entering the field of Music Education after she graduates high school.