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Page 2C August 7, 2019 RepOrter Taking a quick break to start devotion after doing some soccer drills, this picture was taken at the covered basketball court called, "La cancha Julian Aya- la Esperanza". In this photo are many of the Culebra island children and the Mary Persons students and adults who facilitated the sports camp this summer in Puerto Rico. i i ii! iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii iiiii! By Katie Rowland Spanish teacher, Mary School Persons High Mary Persons Fellowship of Christian Athletes travelled to Culebra, Puerto Rico this summer to serve their community and spread the love of Jesus! For a week, student, staff, and parent volunteers from Monroe County organized morning sports camps that taught the island children skills in basketball, volleyball, soccer, American football and ultimate frisbee. As a part of the camp Mary Persons students organized and shared daily Bible devotionals and shared their faith and testimonies with the Culebra com- munity. In the afternoon they completed various light construction projects, such as sealing roofs. The group lived together in a church hos- td, cooked their own meals, worshipped together, served together and played together. This was an incredible trip driven by the desire of our Fellowship of Christian Athletes students to glorify the Lord to the ends of the earth! The Mission trip servants who travelled to Puerto Rico are: Hope Brooks, Mary Kate Jones, Anna Hightower, Bria Brindle, Emily Williams, ,: Emma Robinson, Ally Smith, Autumn Smith, Elizabeth Robinson, Julia Jenkins, : Bailey Niblett, Dawson Niblett, Zach But- ler, Colton Perkins, Payton Poland, Alex Poland, Madalynne Scott, Rachael Scott, , Mara Emami, Denise Emami, Cass Cassell, Jill Smith, Allen Smith, Katie Rowland, April Cassell and Jody Barfidd. ~e Birthdays & A ' nnlversarles Aug.7 1 89 The four local winners in Forsyth Exchange Club Austin Corbin Monroe County Superior the UDC essay contest, scholarships to Ben Mc- Gary & Judy Hay Court Judge Hal Craig Lauren Hopson, Meredith Mullah of Mary Persons denies a citizens' petition Tacy, Robert Brutz and and Lindsay Balkcom of to stop construction of Brian Wright, placed Monroe Academy. Aug. 8 Piedmont Hills Apartments second in district compefi- Jennie Merritt because the suit wasn't tion: 54 oca essays were ~tO~ Mr. & Mrs. Spanky submitted. The addition of 400 more Beck they wi I not pursue the Residents of Evergreen issue further, subdivision ask Forsyth to take away the speed Sue McCoy Matthews, bump they say is too high 44, of Forsyth is struck and and causes damage to killed by a Greyhound bus cars and drivers to go in Macon. around it into yards. inmates at Burruss Cor- Training Center in 2007 explains some of the increase in Forsyth's population over the past two years reported by the census bureau. The 18 members of theThe Women Fellowship of A Juliette man serving "Stars of the USSR" troupe Northside Congregational a 327 year sentence for Holiness Church on Indian church arson learns he M Ib is granted parole but e a . . ~7~k I<.d. within days the decmmn v- - . -- " Dewa ne . . . Is reversea fory Center in aay party to recogn ze ner McCowell, 35. including a ride 30 years working in prison around the driving course, ministry. Monroe County Adult and return to perform for students and staff. First Baptist Church Forsyth Literacy Program welcomes works to restore the house Sonja Evans as new execu- it bought next door to the rive director after Marion Workers pour concrete to r McDoUgalrs retirement stabi ize the drain pipe at chu ch to use as a youth nd S " " " ' t a a aran Ut~IKOpOUIOS the proposed Veterans Me- house, as the new Adult Literacy morial Park at Plantation teacher after Sandie Lee Hills Shopp ng Center. Mary Persons seniors Commissioner Larry Evans Adam Crosby, Jamarlo retirement. as~ to seek state fund- Smith, Cliff Evans and About a dozen residents ing to bui d a pedestrian Andre Zellner attend a bridge over 1-75 for safety two-day camp held by of Rocky Creek Road ask Monroe County commiE- and to reunite the James the University of Georgia --r '" *" " 'r " sloners to pave me roaa Street and College Street TO TOO/Dell playe s from -, . because of an increase in neighborhood. ~eorgm. traffiC. Aug. 9 Rilley Stone Donald Jackson Daniel Aug. 10 Judy Geib Martin & Samantha Williams Aug. 11 Laura Stuart Lisa Drew Molly Jackson Dr. & Mrs. Craig Caldwell Aug. 14 Jarod Cox Aug. 12 John Patterson Cecil Daniels This week's birthdays and anniversaries are courtesy of Forsyth Lions Club calendar. To have your name added to the calendar contact Virginia Remick at 994-5426. Children's birthday notices through age 12 and birth announcements are pubhshed free of charge for the community. Email Diane Ghdewell at news@mymcr.net with information and picture. MONROE IN Missouri University of Science and Technology announces the names of students who made the honor list for the Spring 2019 semester. To be included on the honor list, students must have carried a minimum of 12 hours and had grade point averages of 3.2 or above out of a possible 4.0. Founded in 1870 as the University of Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) . is a research university of more than 8,600. students and part of the four-campus University of Missouri System. Joseph Watwood, freshman engineering, ju- nior of Juliette was named to the honor listl commissioners for Byerly Vaughn, 5, is among several local youngsters who patriciate in a stick horse event at the Annual Forsyth-Monroe County Horse Show. house. Commissioners approve transferring SPLOST funds to the Development Au- speculative building Industrial Park. 2009 Magistrate of the Year Award bythe Geor- gia Council of Magistrate Court Judges. the at just and ( James and Sara Crier cel- Walmart on Aug. Z ebrate their 6C)th wedding anniversary. They have 10 Monroe County Farm Bu- children, 52 grandchildren, reau celebrates the grand Idren opening of its new office great great on in 1941 Gomez c Tram- mell All mercial The Culloden Busbee block Library winds up a suc- on Main and cessful summer reading Street in it at the request program with help from of John Pitts, owner of the parents, other volunteers Banks Stephens building, and librarian Miriam Rails. area Forsyth legend Dr, Patton Smith retires after 43 years of service. Bessie Turner awards r residents were reading in the ,28 and 10 years ago this week Is brought to you by Memorial Chapel 'We set the standards that others follow' Harley Ray "Span " Beck 478-994-4266 ~E C o n t J n u e d f r o m ] C Forsyth election this year Election is for' two-year terms; the qualifying , at Sanctuary Baptist Church Aug. 19-22 fee is $10. The election will 12643 Highway 87 Juliette- Qu lJ Jng for Cull0den be Nov. 5. Qualifying is at Seat. 14 a~ Christ UMC 417 N Culloden City Hall Monday- " Frontage Road Forsyth; Sept. Coundl Thursday, Aug. 19-22 from 8:30 21 at New Providence Baotist Three alderman positions in the a.m.-1 p.m. For more informa- " Church 2560 Highway South City of Culloden will be up for tion, call 478-885-2249. Aug.' 20 Beef Quality Assurance Certification The Beef Quality Assurance Certification program on Tues- ' day, Aug. 20 is for beef cattle producers that want to become BOA-certified. The instructor is UGA Extension Beef Special- ist Jason Duggin. The program will be from 6-8 p.m. at Sleepy" Creek Farm (595 Reedy Creek Rd, Forsyth). Registration is $5 and includes dinner and BOA binden To be guaranteed a ; binder, RSVP by Aug. 15 to Monroe County Extension at : 478-994-7014. Residential & Commercial We Service All Brands . Honest & Reliable Service. Licensed and Insured Experience You Can Count On. Locally Owned & Family Operated Financing Available Service Agreements 7hank You for Your Business! LIke us on ggcebook ~ ~~ Aug. 26 Extension Lunch and Learn The Monroe County Extension Lunch & Learn program on Pond and Fish Management will be on Monday, Aug. 26 at the Extension Office from 12-1 p.m. Guest speaker will be Steven Patrick, Habersham Extension. Registration is $10 and includes lunch, which will be chicken and biscuits. RSVP to 478-994-7014 by Aug. 22. i 1