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Page 2C May 1, 2019 iR Orter By Courtney Mc lv n, bers, four certified shotgun UGA Extension Monroe coaches, and many friends County and family members joined 18 other counties for the On Saturday April 20, 33 Georgia 4-H Modified Trap 7th-12th grade Monroe State Qualification Match County 4-H shotgun mem- in Spalding County at the FORSYTH MAIN STREET PRESENTS Concessions Available Free Admission on the Square No Pets Allowed Forsyth Main Street 1478-994-77471 A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: MoklO0 r M . Urlted emk . Inerm Entides Mot, roe County bpomr I~ Trogsms ,Mad Phi Pmn So.k~ mm,~M~on & Wo~ U~ Seahem Snv~ Griffin Gun Club. Although the weather was less than enjoyable and very challenging for the shooters, the Monroe County 4-H Shotgun team shined brightly. In order for shooters to advance to the Georgia 4-H Modified Trap State Match in Putnam County on May 11, Junior 4-H rs (seventh and eighth grade) must shoot at least 16 of the 25 skeet. Senior 4-Hhrs (high school) must shoot 20 out of 25. Even with the challenges that the wind, rain and cold weather brought, the Mon- roe County 4-H Shotgun Team finished the day with much success. The Junior B team consisting of Jac ConneR, Carter Story, Zac Acosta and Zachary Griz- zard placed third overall as a team. As an individual Zachary Grizzard shot a perfect score and placed third for individual Junior. Senior 4-H r Caleb Jones competed in the individual doubles competition and placed second overall. Coach Scott Phillips even joined in on the fun and walked away with first overall in the adult doubles competition. All together Monroe County had a total of 18 individuals shoot a high enough score to advance to the State Match in May. This great success did not happen overnight. These 4-H rs have been practic- ing every Sunday afternoon since January, and none of it would be possible without the dedication of the Monroe County 4-H shotgun coaches. A special thank you to Coach Scott Henson, Scott Phillips, Da- vis Norris and Jamie Story. The Monroe County 4-H Shotgun members who competed are: Evan Bar- nett, Hunter Benson, Ryder Bush, Harris Chambers, Jac Connell, Troy Davis, Edgar Zachary Grizzard shot a perfect score and placed 3rd for individual Junior at the Georgia 4-H Modified Trap State Qualification Match on April 20 Espinoza, Jake Gore, Zack Grizzard, Hanna Hampton, Parker Henson, Makenzie Hicks, Caleb ]ones, Logan Matthews, Aaron Mc- Coy, Dillon McCoy, Justin Nash, Ion-Luke Newsome, Dawson Niblett, Lane Nor- ris, Kaitlyn O'Lear Dante Olivieri, Andrew Phil- lips, Ava Phillips, Tatton Pitts, Hunter PoweR, ]on Thomas Smith, McClane Smith, Carter Story, Lew Story, Noah Thompson, John Coleman Tidwell and Lucas Wells. 4-H-ers advancing to the State Match are: Jake Gore, Lucas Wells, Jac Connell, Carter Story, Zac Acosta, Zachary Grizzard, John Luke Newsome, Harris Chambers, Justin Nash, Hunter Powell, Lew Story, Hunter Benson, Dawson Niblett, John Coleman Tidwell, Troy Davis, Logan Matthews, Parker Henson and Ryder Bush. Our system upgrade week may impact your renewal process. The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR)is partnering with your county tag office to implement a new state-of-the-art vehicle registration and titling system. Here's what you can exit with the new system upgrade: Faster and more efficient service More self service options Beginning Tuesday, May 21 ', some vehicle services and I ation hours may be reduced in preparation for the system upgrade. Your local county tag office will not be able to process vehicle transactions May 24" - May 27% Please process your tag renewals and title transactions before the system upgrade week to avoid delays. ThU May May 33 13 [] No kiosk or online services available. Offices may have reduced hours. No vehicle registration or titling services will be available sletewide, Offices may have reduced hours. Vi /t s t for more details. Our office will be closed half a day (12:00) on May 23rd, closed all day May 24th & Holiday May 27th. If you have a birthday in May, June, or even middle July please come renew your tag before the new system is installed. We apprecla your patlen and operatton as we upgrade to this new system and get all staff trained to serve you. eo ' -' P visit our website at g or vehicle renewal notice for your county pecific renewal o your