Thank you!

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

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Robbie Warnock, SHS assistant principal for curriculum development, thanks Mrs. Dianna Wedincamp, East Georgia College PREP program coordinator, for helping students achieve higher SAT scores by providing books and materials for SAT test preparation classes. Looking on are 1000 Club members and SAT class participants, senior Tony Howard and junior Kelley Smith. SHS will offer another SAT workshop beginning in late January to review Emanuel County students for … Read More

Johnson Chapel to feature Christmas music Dec. 17

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

Johnson Chapel Church, located between Soperton and Adrian, will feature a “Night of Christmas Music” Friday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. The choir will present the cantata “Light of His Love” as well as many new and traditional Christmas songs. Refreshments will be served after the service. Call 912-529-6176 for more information.

The Tigers were led by Gold Medalist Zac Frye (152 wt class), silver medalist Michael Singletary (112 wt class), Logan Brantley (125 wt class), and JJ Nobles (215 wt class). Bronze Medalists were BJ Taylor (140 wt class), and 4th place finishers were Cody Kersey (130 wt class), Chris Moore (160 wt class), and Garret Worthen (275 wt class). Other wrestlers were Chase Marsh, Blake Rewis, Tyler Dawkins, Brandon Worthen, and Justin Bell. They were led by student assistant coaches Bud Long and Chip Morgan. JR Shuman was on the film crew, Nicole Smith was the mat girl, and Ricky Worthen was the team manager.

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

The JV team competing this past weekend in Savannah at Jenkins High School at the Warrior Open. The team was lead by a host of Tigers: Javon Young, Jeffrey Wiggins, Brandon Wright, Samuel Derr, Brent Bowen, Chris Bowen, CJ Cady, Chris Bowen, Brandon Fields, Derek Odum, David Marsh, Nik Dunn, Cornelius Brown, and Javier Bullard. The JV Tigers were led by Coach Derr and Coach Deremiah.

Holiday closings

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

Franklin Memorial Library will be closed Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 23 through 26 and Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 31, Jan. 1 and 2.

Submitted photo Kiwanis Christmas

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

Swainsboro Kiwanis held its Spouses meeting and also its Christmas party recently. During the meeting, spouses were all introduced. Betsy Johnson led the group in singing a number of Christmas songs. When the group sang “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” she had a number of members help her in leading the song and providing some animation. Mrs. Johnson also performed several solos for the group.

Dude, here’s my column

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

Wally Gallian

The origin and changing usage of words has always been of great interest to me.

The word for this week is “Dude,” as in (“Dude, where’s my car?); (“Hey, dude.”); ( “What’s up, dude?”)

Scott Kiesling, a linguist from the University of Pittsburgh, has released a scholarly paper deconstructing and deciphering the word “dude”. Kiesling surmises that the word is much more that a catchall for lazy, inarticulate … Read More

Appreciation service honors Apostle Dupree

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

Apostle David L. Dupree Jr. will be honored at Solid Rock’s Temple of Grace Dec. 16-19 at 7:30 p.m. and 11:30 a.m. Sunday. Apostle Dupree is general overseer, chief apostle and presiding prelate of Solid Rock True Holiness Churches of the Apostolic Faith, Inc. The organization consists of 30 churches worldwide.

Speaker Thursday will be Apostle Frances Nix, pastor of Solid Rock’s Thee Deliverance of Scotia, S.C. Friday and Saturday, … Read More

Visiting Sunshine House

Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

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Jessie Garrett, right, escorts a criminal justice class of Swainsboro Tech on a visit to The Sunshine House Children’s Advocacy Center. Executive Director Carol Donaldson, left, led the group on a tour.

  • Visiting Sunshine House

  • Travel accident predictions

    Posted by | December 15, 2004 12:00 am

    The Department of Motor Vehicle Safety (DMVS) and the Georgia State Patrol (GSP) released today the travel accident predictions for the Christmas and New Year’s holiday travel periods. Both agencies offer simple tips that can mean the difference between a safe or a deadly holiday for many motorists.

    For Christmas Holiday travel, it is predicted that 1,535 accidents will occur resulting in 423 injuries and 11 fatalities. The counting period … Read More

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