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March 20, 2019 Page 7A ~ ,~ M~.~, c,~, " Reporter resh Clean LOok House Washing (Soft Washing) Driveways Commercial Buildings . Sidewalks / Walkways Much Morel Scoreboard dedicated to Dell The family of the late Taylor Dell gathered at the new scoreboard at Mary Persons' soccer facility, Lancaster Field, on Tuesday to dedicate it in his memory. Dell was an outstanding soccer player for MP from 2009-12 and later for Georgia Military College. He died in an auto accident in 2014. Among the family on hand were Laurie Dell, Debbie Dell, Karlie Dell, Jeff Dell, Dawson Dell, Ashlyn Dell and Tracey Dell. Continued from Front there's a license check ahea& "Be prepared to stop" said the digital sign. "We didn't lie to them;' said Freeman, "there is a license check ahead:' Many motorists assume the license check is on the interstate and, if they're doing something wron will take the next exit, Johnstonville Road, to avoid it. But that's where they're met by Monroe County deputies conducting the license check. Deputies made 38 arrests, many of them drug related, and confiscated a variety of drugs, mostly pot but also heroin and meth. Most of the suspects were from out-of- town, listing hometowns such as Chattanooga, Savan- nah and Atlanta. See details in the weekly arrests on page 6D. Freeman said deputies are seeing more hard drugs than they used to, and he thinks that's partly due to the legalization of pot in several states. 1ST AM Fi~ !~; ~ . ,~ ,-G? FQRSYTH, GA 8:30 am - 12 pm Daily Lessons Arts & Crafts Trail Rides Marii 75 Higgins Mill Rd. Forsyth, GA 229-938-0758 Marigold Stables will be offering a Spring Break camp for children ages 7- 12 who are interested in horseS! Riding experience isn't necessary. We welcome all levels of young horse enthusiasts. Throughout the week, we will offer daily riding lessons, horsemanship knowledge, arts & crafts and horse-themed games. We will end our week with a h6rSe:" back adventure through our on-site trails! Please book you spot for camp now because spaces are limited. We look forward to seeing you!