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Page 8C il 1 orter April 4, 2018 Representatives of K.B. Sutton Elementa'ry line up ready to start the parade before the 2018 Monroe County Special Olympics. (Photos/Diane Glidewell) Continued from Front tegral part of the Monroe County Special Olympics for several years. They do an amazing job of making athletes feel special. They also respond quickly to do things like delete the music when a special needs ath- lete is uncomfortable with loud noise. They encourage everyone to come out to the Area 7 Special Olym- pics Tournament on Tues- da) April 10 at the First Presbyterian Day School Track & Field. Athletes from Monroe County will be there. Lunch was provided after the competitions courtesy of Chic-fil-a on Zebulon Road, Firehouse Subs on Riverside Drive and Grit Cafe in Forsyth. There were lots of individual games going on and creating smiles during and after the Special Olympics competi- tions as beach balls and bubbles could be spotted, inflatables were available and volunteers manned a popcorn machine that thrust its inviting scent into the spring air. Ridley said the event is successfully because of the volunteers from the community who work hard from planning to dean up. Sponsor, include Dairy Queen, Chick-ill- a, Volume Chevrolet, FitCo Health Club, Georgia Farm Bureau, Grits Cafe, Southern Smiles, Tram- melt Pest Control, Custom Fundraising Solutions, Kiwanis, WOW Inflatables, McDonough Used Auto Parts, Montego Pools. J&S Farms, The Bunn Agency, Calloway Farms, Walker Chiropractic Center, Little Angels Learning & Daycare, Sage & Sparrow, Above: Three young ladies take off in the 100 meter sprint. Right: Two young Winners step to the top of the podium to be honored for their success in Special Olympic competi: tions. Below: Two guys check out their race course before they give it their best run. Below left: Competing is fun, but Monroe County Special Olympics is also a day to hang out with friends in the sunshine and enjoy some fresh- popped pocorn. / / Friday, June 1st begins at stands, kids' play zone, also playing for the Macon vision playing in the Major broke for the Reporter. She Continued from Front 7 p.m and there will be beer garden, Smoke House Bacon. Andres is the son Leagues! and her husband, Bobby fireworks after the game. BBQ, outdoor cabanas, of former MLB player Ed- Find the full season Lee, own & operate Proper- The recently renovated, suites and more. die Perez. If you go to the schedule, ticket packages ties Plus Realty, and she is have no doubt this notable historic Luther Williams The Corbitt family is games, you can one dayand more information at president of Bolingbroke player will impress both the field will be the team's hosting Conners Univer- look back and say," I saw Community Club, which scouts and the fans alike, home stadium. Its ameni: sity of Nortl Georgia team these guys play in person,' gives us the beloved Baling- The opening game on ties include concession mate Andres Perez, who is as you watch them on tele- Vicki Smith covers Baling- broke Christmas parade. I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllll III It llllllllllllll I IIIllfflllllll f llll I IIIIIIII I IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII t llll IIIIII Hill IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII)1111111111 IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII III IIIIII III t llll IIII IIIIII IIIII H IIII IIIIII IIIIIIIIII I II !1 I11111 I llllllll IIIIIIIHIIIIIIII I IIIIIIllllll HI I Ill I IIIIIIH H IIIIIIIIIHI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII IIII IIH H IIIIIIItlllltll I IIIlllllllllll I IIII III I IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIII fflllllllll I IHIIIIIIII IHI IOPER11[S PLUS 6241 Hwy. 41 S. VickiO. Macon, GA 31210 BobbyLee Smith 476-474-7320 Smith, Jr. [] Vicki Q. Smith Associate Broker 478-747-7743 vickiqsmith@yahoo,com Bobby Lee Smith, Jr. Broker 478-731*3828 rnaconrealestate CEMIFIED C0 N REPAIR 4REL ALIg gT We are located in Beautiful B01ingbr0ke and serve all of M0nr0e/Bibb Counties [ /LDONN] Locally Owned &Operated Over 28 years experience Serving Reaidenffal, Commercial, Agricultural ' Collins Home Inspection, Inc. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE Prompt end Friendly Customer Service We sell Holland & Brollmastor Grills, Heaters & Gas Logs COMPETITIVE PRICING GAS CYLINDERS REFILLED AI . COUNTRY OAKS FARM & PET SUPPLY IN BOLINGBROKE & DODD BUILDERS SUPPLY IN FORSYTH Omco Hours: Mon~y. F~: S~ am. ~ 5.~O ~nt 8323 Rivdilload * Juliette~ GA 31046 I Fo~syt~ 478.992.832~, Macon: 478.474.9773 CollinsHomelns )ectionlnc.conn BIBB TOOL AND CuI"rER W~nN. 6221 Hwy 41 South - Bolingbroke, GA Tablesaws Planers Bandsaws Shapers Drill Presses Jointbrs Lathes Milling Machines New & Used Machinery Abrasives Cutting Locally Owned & Operated Idus David Smith & Adam Maynard FOR HOME BUYER AND SELLER Psalms 91 AHIT Certified Insured Electronic Reporting Fax: (478) 994-0980