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Page 8C May 1, 2019 lREl orter By Dkme Glklewell much of Georgia threat- news@mymcr.net ened by rain, strong winds and possible tornadoes. : The Forsyth Tree Many of the teams partici- : .[ Board's Annual Golf pating in the Tree Board ' -Tournament was blessedGolf Tournament work with good playing weath- for companies on call to er on April 26 after hav- respond to storm damage. ing been delayed a week. Placing first in the e.:' The preceding Friday tournament, with a score , saw Monroe County and of 13-under, and taking -:{. Butler Caldwell, DVM 951 Hwy 41 South Forsyth, GA 31029 www.caldwellvet.com : ,Rreventative Medicine including vaccines, flea,tick and heartworm medications. , Comprehensive medical management, including diabetes and heart disease Surgery Boarding home bragging rights and the biggest cash prize was the team of Jay Stills, Brandon Tucker and Keicha Jones-Jones. In second place were James Green, Robert Moore, Jim Davis and Larry Johnson. The third-place team in the tournament was a family group that includ- ed Coty Hall, Bobby Hall, Jacob Hall and Coleman Leslie. All said the Forsyth City Golf Course played well, with the challenge of some wind. "The course played tough today, but you came in with some respect- able scores" said Ricky Shannon, Forsyth Tree Board chairman and coordinator of the tourna- ment. Brandon Tucker took the prize for closest-to- the-pin, with Dr. Tom Perry second closest. Almost no one left empty-handed with the many door prizes donated by sponsors. As ticket numbers were called, the large collection of prizes gradually diminished as a weed eater, leafbl0w- ers, tool sets, a chain saw, golf balls, drill, bucket of tools, and other choices were made. If golfers did happen to miss out on the door prizes, they still enjoyed a full plate of fried chicken, yellow rice, green beans, rolls, banana pudding and iced tea pro- vided by Lisa's Catering of Forsyth. The Tree Board Golf Tournament showcases the city golf course and the city's Country Club Park adjacent to it and is the major fundraiser for the Tree Board. Funds are used to plant trees at city parks and other areas enjoyed by the public and to maintain the plantings. , Sponsors of the tourna- ment include Trees Inc Burford's Tree, Asplundh, The first-place team of Jay Stills, Keicha Jones-Jones and Brandon Tucker show off the Forsyth Tree Board Golf Tournament T-shirts. The team that finished in second place at the Forsyth Tree Board Golf Tournament included Robert Moore, Jim Davis, James Green and Larry Johnson. (Photos/Diane Glidewell): Gunnison Tree, JVP hard to plan the tourna- last minute Ron Shipman International, W.A. ment each year and to see was n0t able to, play. Other Kendall, UFL Inc. Power that all goes as planned, members of the Forsyth Grid Service and Dr. Tree Board members Tree Board are Dz; Nancy Deena Holliman DMD. Michael lJssoh and B U fis0n, Alan B well, Vivian Shannon, Ricky Lamar Russell played inMike Dodd, Chris Hewett Shannon's wife, works the tournament. At the and Bill Waldrep. Whatever your opinion hearing about Tails i before 10 seconds ago, you can forget I Now there is an amazing new hearing technology that not [ only gives you the most incredibly improved hearing but thanks tO the [ latest advances in digital bionics provides much better value than other rival ] aids. Called OhI, its revolutionary design actually mimics the natural sound selection processes of the human ear more faithfully than anything before it. / NEW BREAKTHROUGH Inside the Oh! is multi-core processing, similar to the technology in today's [ most advanced computers. Incoming signals (speech and ambient sounds) | are analyzed, identified and classified every six milliseconds to adapt the [ hearing instrument for comfort and clarity. In a space the size of a match head, the laboratory has managed to fit I I I UP TO $1,500 OFF! i $1,000 off any hearing aid, additional $500 off any [ Level 9 Technology. [ I See store for details. Expires 5/31/19 I PURE NATURAL CLARITY The Oh! 's ingenious system controls noise in six situations: Quiet, Machine Noise, Wind, Speech in Noise, Pure Noise, and Speech. Because your life- style is unique, your hearing aids will be preset up to five levels of adaptation for each noise category, which means you will be able to understand speech in background noise like never before. Oh! is also designed so you'll experi- ence virtually: No Feedback No Echo No Whistling No Wind Noise I I I Oh! R-Series rM *Off MSRP I I I See store for details. Expires 5/31/19 I Nicholas Pitt Local Provider + II 3759 Vineville Ave. Copyright 2019 The Wilson Group