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April 17, 201c ,<:@ : porter O Open House is Monday, Apri 29 at New Providence br new Tapley wants to get "paid for his time" to get dona- Christ-centered scouting a ternative tions for MCH? That dude is out for one thing - himself. Monroe County par- excites me is that Trail Life Votes: 25 ents can learn more next continues to fulfill the need BRAVO Mr. Hedges. Re-Monday, April 29 about the for men to get experience ally she and her Whole Christian scouting alterna- in the outdoors and adven- Team were not Qualified tive Trail Life USA that is ture and leadership, while anyway. Messed up TOOset to launch a Monroealso being unabashedly much Money! votes: 24County chapter this year. Christian;' said Watson. Men from New Provi- Watson said he's been Books need to be opened dence Baptist Church are very impressed with how on a daily basis they are helping found a Trail Life organized Trail Life is de- inl~w~'ting and intriguing III "'" USA chapter in Forsyth in spite being rather new. Lots to learn, votes: 14 August. "There are no holes in " " n What the deal with To get ready they are their plans, said Watso . Tolbert and Tapley and inviting the community"There's a lot of thought the MC Hospital? I guess toan Open House at the and detail in it -- it's built they're too important to tell church starting at 6:30 p.m. from the ground up." am/one what they're doing, on Monday. He said anyone who's votes: 11 John Sandusky of For- interested is welcome to syth, the liaison for the new attend the Open House, Did Tolbert try to sell the Trail Life chapter, was a whether they have any MC Hospital without ap- long-time Boy Scout leader connection to the church proval? I didn't understand whose four sons were all or not. the article. Why did he resign? votes: 10 Eagle Scouts. But he said "I think we'll have strong in 2014 when the Scouts participation and it will White privilege does not began to abandon guide- grow rather quickly," said exist anymore. Everyone is lines they had been using Watson. equal. Take your triggered for a century, including He said the biggest cost little finger and stick it up allowing homosexual scout for parents are the uni- your. votes: 9 leaders and later allowing forms, which are $160, but girl scouts in boy scouts, he notes that uniforms are not As a taxpayer, I did not had to make a change, required the first year. vote to purchase the hos- pital. If those renqvations Lewis Watson, a fatherWhile they kick off Trail are going to be completed, of nine and U.S. military Life USA for boys, they are they best be on the C-ear- veteran who'll be the local also looking for leaders to gia Registry per state law. Trail Life USA leader, said help launch the American votes: 6 he's very excited about the Heritage Girls, the corn- new scouting program, panion scouting group for Will is my hero. votes: 6 "The biggest thing that girls. GO tIGER! votes: 6 To whomever made the comment about "Crazy Langford" showing back upl obviously you cared enough to read ~ C~fri- bution land were i j'Jgl!E/ en60gh to post in the vd~i Her miss on is thus accom- pli . votes: 6 I'm sorry to have ofrmnded Trump supporters with my posts. I had no idea y'all could read. votes: 5 Jussie Smollett stole my white privilege, votes: 5 That BOOM!! sound you hear is SIoan going completely off the rails. Obama planning a coup is completely ridiculous and {l Nst q si fi Nobody has the right to call anyone names except for president baby hands with the neck that looks like a fanny, votes: 4 Page 3A It is very tacky of the former concession guys to try to take sales from the current contrad group. They lost contract, move on. Keep O Monroe County Trail Life USA leaders include, and John Sandusky, shown with their new house on Monday, April 29 to learn more The Christian scouting group will meet weekly and meetings will often be geared around outdoor tasks, said Watson. He said they'll also be taking camp- ing trips to state parks and other places, and said if a local wants to donate some land for Trail Life to use theykl welcome that too. For more information about Trail Life call the church at (478) 994-2545 or go to www.npbcsmarr. org and click under Minis- tries and Trail Life USA. from left, Lewis Watson, Phillip Johnston charter for a chapter in Forsyth. Attend an open about the Christian scouting alternative, j ucear June 21, 1920 - April 15, 2009 In loving memory of Ms. Evie Lucear who departed her life on April 15, 2009. You are sadly missed, but you are not forgotten. We love you always, and we look forward to seeing you again in heaven With love, Your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren Continued from Front MP Dugout Club president Eddie Moore said he knew FPD played at the Braves' former park Turner Field several years ago and contacted the Braves' organization two years ago about getting the Bulldogs a game in Atlanta. After a year on the waiting list, Moore said he was notified before the season that April 19 was avail- able. After consulting with MP head coach Clae Mathis and MP administrators, the Bulldogs decided to forego a home game in order to take advantage of the unique opportunity. In exchange, the Braves asked MP and Upson-Lee each to sell an allotment of tickets for four home games. Volume Chevrolet, a major sponsor of Monroe County Schools, provided a donation to assist MP with selling its tickets. Both the cost of admission and parking is free for fans, and Moore said the contest will be treated like a normal Braves game would be with all of the usual amenities available. Mathis said despite the early start time he hopes MP fans will make the trip up 1-75 as his Bulldogs could clinch the program's first region title since 2011 on Friday. A story on Page 1A in the an Open Records request April 10 Reporter entitled to the county on Thursday 'County fires Buice' re- for all documents associ- ported the firing of former ated with Buice's severance county zoning officer Anita agreement The county had Buice. After the Reporter not yet responded to the went to press on Tuesday request at presstime on afternoon, Buice reached Tuesday an agreement with the county to "resign" from her A story on page 1A of the position rather than be April 10 Reporter should fired Buice's resignation have said that the sheriff's enabled her to receive a office hired retired GBI in- severance package. The vestigator Marc Mansfield Reporter subsequently sent under former John Cary Bit- tick. He began his cold case investigations in January. Residential & Commercial We Service All Brands , Honest & Reliable Service Licensed and Insured Experience Y0u Can Count On Locally Owned & Family Operated Financing Available Service Agreements zank Youjbr } ur Busmess. LJk@ LI~ 011 ~'gCgbOOk ~ ,~RIF~4'II~'R : anyone paints out your white pr'rvilege, obviously Get over yourself, rest of us have. votes: 4 You say Jesus was no Re- publican. Most Democrats think they are God. They think they can pull money out of hot air to pay for Medicare for all, free col- lege tuition, and anything else that'll buy them a vote. Nothing is free. votes: 4 You mean Willful ignorance is your hero. votes: 3 Ms. Langford, I'm a West Point graduate, Army Infan- try Vel an. rye served on the front lines of the GWOT. rd like to debate you regarding .your opinions on the Mueller Report. Please lefme know; votes: 3 much to hope Langford cru,se ended her joining Gilligan and the Skipper on a de" serted island? votes: 2 Car + Home- See me for Car and Home Insurance and save. Statel:arm LIKE A GOOD N EtGHBOR, STATE FARM IS TH ER E. t rovllh~tg ]tl$~tral:~C mtd Fmam:ml St, rv~ es "1 had two people bidding for my camper after advertising it in The Reporter! Sold it in just a few weeks! It - Moye Walker of Forsyth