Your help is needed

Posted by | May 25, 2005 12:00 am

Wally GallianOne of our area’s greatest assets is in danger of closing and needs our help. The Recovery Program for Alcohol and Drug Addiction is scheduled to be closed on June 30 due to state budget cuts. The closure of this facility would be detrimental to us all.

The program has been operational since 2002 and costs $41,000 per month to operate.

While that may sound like a lot … Read More


Anyway

Posted by | May 25, 2005 12:00 am

  • Anyway
  • EAC to host amateur art contest in June
  • Youth revival slated at Thankful BC


  • Eagles improve in spring game

    Posted by | May 25, 2005 12:00 am

    By ANDY CALLAWAY

    By ANDY CALLAWAYSpring football practice did not end with a victory in the spring game for the David Emanuel Academy Eagles. The final score read John Hancock Academy 20 and DEA 0. But despite the loss, new DEA head football coach Jim Stomps feels like his team greatly benefited from the spring session.

    “We are installing a completely new system on offense and defense and it … Read More


    2005 Miss Toddler Pine Tree Festival

    Posted by | May 25, 2005 12:00 am

    Winner, Madison Dawn Taylor; first runner-up, Brittney Rea Arrington; second runner-up, Kinsley Suzanne Steptoe; third runner-up, Regan Elizabeth Carter; fourth runner-up, Alexa Madison Fuentes.

  • 2005 Miss Toddler Pine Tree Festival


  • Recreation Department results

    Posted by | May 25, 2005 12:00 am

    Monday, May 16 Mite Girls Softball Rockies-18, Padres-8 Leading hitters for the Rockies: Aliyah Coleman, 3-3; Vanessa Morris, Taylor Cannady, Shiyonnia Allen, Alexa Morris, Sierra Crowe, Jamye Bellamy, 3-4.

    Leading hitters for the Padres: Kelly Sutherland, 2-2; Alie Canady, Janel Silva, Hayley Hayslip, Kelly Kirby, 2-3.

    Marlins-14, Giants-3 Leading hitters for the Marlins: Charlie Patton, 33; Brittany Hall, 2-2; Lauren Murphy, 2-3.

    Leading hitters for the Giants: Alexis Allen, 3-3; … Read More



    Shark Patrol

    Posted by | May 25, 2005 12:00 am

    The Shark Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 75 recently backpacked 16.7 miles of the Pine Mountain Trail in west central Georgia. The scouts are working on the Backpacking Merit Badge and this is the first of several required trips. Everything they need for the trip must be carried on their backs, so the trick is to carry as little weight as possible but carry everything you need for a two … Read More


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