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June 26, 2019

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June 26 201 CORRECTION An incident report entitled 'Edwards Road resident re- ports brother swung knife during dispute' that appeared on Page 4B in the June 19 Reporter contained erroneous information about the identity of the perpetrator accused of aggravated assault. The person referred to as the "brother" in the incident should have been identified as the "nephew" and the accused man's age should have been listed as 48 instead of 70. The Reporter regrets the error. Page 3A New Providence Baptist Church had more than 170 kids in Vacation Bible School last week. Senior pastor the Rev. Brian Moore took a pie in the face after his team was outdone by the team of children's pastor Casey Robinson in a missions fun- draising competition. Robinson's team raised more than $1,000 for Monroe County's Backpack Buddies. Moore's team raised more than $700. Left, Olivia Watson, daughter of Michael and Amy Watson, runs into a problem with her marker during craft time. (Photos/Will Davis) " Monday - Sunday: 8.00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. LOCATEO OFF !-75, EXiT 185, FORSYTH, GA @ THE SHELL STATION Peaches Tomatoes. Watermelon Onions Jams Hot Boiled Peanuts And More! Hullter Benson 478-28::-2861 forsythfruit@icloud,com Donna Ham of Smarr y husband Larry Ham wasn't able to walk and was in great pain while recovering from recent spinal fusion surgery. So Coliseum Northside Hospital arranged for him to be moved to the swing bed unit at Monroe County Hospital. When we arrived, staffwas there waiting with a wheelchair to move him to a room that would be our home for the next six days. They even bed in the room for me to stay with him every night. The kept him waiting for pain meds when he requested them. important to us because in larger hospitals, a 15-. often the norm. His room was cleaned daily and also doesn't happen at larger hospitals daily. All the friendly and accommodating to his needs. After a 6 day rehab he was able to come home in a much healthier and more comfortable state. I really don't know what we would have done without the swing bed option. It was a godsend to us. - Donna Ham of Smarr 88 Martin Luther King Jr Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 NawcentHeakh e=t.=