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Page 8C o,31]TIr) ' The Reporter goes to Israel Monroe County bailiff LiMa Welton (holding Reporter) was among a group of Middle Georgians who volun- teered on an Israeli Army base from March 17-April 2. Joining Welton in displaying The Reporter were: Sheryl Burgess, Angela Taylor, Carolyn Krulic, Wanda Watson and Charlie Krulic. HITCHED Continued from Front Bakery & Catering and barbecue served with Greek lemon herb chick- en, Greek roasted pota- toes, a prime rib station and assorted breads. There was a wide array of sweets, a coffee bar, and guests were even offered late night munch- ies of Chick-fil-A nuggets. The dancing and laugh- ter went well into the evening until the newly- weds departed for their long awaited honeymoon. Then Renee and her workers began prepar- ing for the wedding that would take place the next evening. The Joneses have owned Morgan View Farm for almost 30 years. Just a little over eight years ago they began offering the Farm for weddings and parties. During the wed- ding season, Renee stays pretty booked up on the weekends. If you are looking to host an event or have a wedding at Morgan View Farm, contact Renee at 478-256-0611. You can also go to her Facebook page: Morgan View Farm. Decorated with bits of an- tiques, burlap and fancy chandeliers, the rustic elegance of the farm will please everyone. If you are looking for a rustic, dassy, historic venue with modern con- veniences for a southern style wedding or just a good ole fashion get-to- gether, then look no fur- ther than Morgan View Farm in Bolingbroke. Vicki Smith covers Bolingbroke for the Report- er. She and her husband, Bobby Lee, own & operate Properties Plus Realty, and she is president of Boling- broke Community Club, which gives us the beloved Bolingbroke Christmas parade. aRgporter May 2, 2018 Inset top: Chase Buffington gets his kite aloft. Inset left: gest at Forsyth's first Kite Day at Country Club Park on take flight. (Photos/Diane Glidewell) Families compete to see whose kite will fly the highest and Ion- April 14. Below, Desi Hansford demonstates how to make a kite I By Diane Glidewell 1950's and became the sole suppli- grandchildren how to fly kites. er for the Hi-Flier Manufacturing There was a couple from Atlanta Company, well known for and a man from Jenkinsburg with Forsyth held its first annual Kite making kites in the U.S. Triolarge kites, all avid kite flyers, Day on Saturday, April 14 at the Manufacturing continued making whose knowledge and picturesque city's Country Club Park. Families kite string until 2017. kites added interest to the day. were invited to come out and try Tammie Pierson of Main Street"It was phenomenal," said their hand at launching kites, big said that as many as 25 people at a Stroud. and small, store bought or home- time were flying kites on the open The city provided materials for made, into the skies over the park. field behind the Forsyth Splash making kites, three inflatables for The weather cooperated with Pad on Saturday. Council mem-children and a food vendor at the mild temperatures and moderate ber Julian Stroud came out to the park. Some of those attending gusts of wind so that young and event and told council at its April brought lawn chairs and blankets older citizens checked out the old- 16 meeting that he particularly and their own picnic items for fashioned form of recreation on a enjoyed seeing families interacting lunch and snacks. string, at Kite Day, including Pierson considered the day a suc- Forsyth's Trio Manufacturing grandparentscess and is planning for Kite Day began making kite string in the late teaching next year. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~lJ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l -t S in 37 S. Jackson St. Forsyth, GA Like us on Faceb00k at Sest Wi~ in Town" Hot Wings (various flavors) Fried Fish * Chicken * Pizza Sides: Fries, Onion Rings, Okra, Fried Pickles To advertise your restaurant, contact Carolyn Martel at (478) 960-2259, or email her at 2017 Best ' Frled Chicken t03 Patrol Rd Forsyth, GA 9 a.nL - 8 p.nL Kitchen Hours 1 2 noon - 7 p.n]. Delivery Hours Mon-Sat. Only Mother's Day is Sunday, May 13th Treat Mom to a Great Meal! EAT IN or CARRY OUT [ SAVE MONEY - New Discounts! , i i , $7.95 Buffet $6.95 Seniors $4.95 Kids , , $7.49 Law Officers, Firemen & EMS, Hours: Mon-Sat 11-8 Sun 11 - 4 114 E. Johnston St Forsyth, GA 478-993-2046 Preparedfresh Daily! YOUR FAMI OPEN MONDAY - SUNDAY NEIGHBORHOOD LY RESTAURANT 478-994-1314 323 HAROLD G. CLARK PKWY. FORSYTH, GA i