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Page 4B September 18, 2019 /R orter Bibbidy Bobbidy Boutique by Fringe Salon Magically transform your little girl into a princess for an additional donation to Jay's HOPE during the event. First come, first served. Crafts provided by: Food by: Royal Princess: Knights of Celebration Sponsors: Friends of HOPE Sponsors: |L T|JADO In Kind Sponsors: MPHS Beta, FBLA, INTERACT, Agriculture and Construction Departments For more information, call lay's HOPE Foundation (478) 238-6360 Pictured at the Culloden city council desk are, left to right, Monroe County Board of Edu- cation members Stuart Pippin, Eva Bilderback, Dr. Priscilla Doster, Superintendent Dr. Mike: Hickman, J.P. Evans, Judy Pettigrew (between Evans and Head), Greg Head, Monroe County Schools administrative assistant Deidre Powers. By Diane GIMewell news@mymcr.net Monroe County Board of Education held its September meeting at CuUoden City Hall with the intent of making its meet- ings more accessible to Monroe County citizens who don't live close to Forsyth. Superintendent Dr. Mike Hickman said the board plans to hold meetings at other locations when no special recognitions are on the agenda, but no specific sites have been named. During the board's 45 minute closed door session for personnel and litiga- tion, CuUoden city council member Dr. Margie Bryant escorted guests attending the public meeting to CuUoden's newly renovated community center, a block away from city hall. She showed the facility, which includes two computer stations with internet access and a full kitchen as well as a meeting room, and said that the building is available to rent for events and will host educational and social activities for the community. Bryant asked Blair Hickman to talk abou[ dental hygiene and ason Hickman to talk i about his experiences as an entrepreneur and programs in which he is involved at Mercer University. Both speakers respond- i ed graciously to the impromptu request and answered a variety of questions. Bry- ant explained that these are the types of informational programs CuUoden plans to bring to the community now that it has a space to do so. Culloden council members Miranda Hall, Tellas Daniels, ]ackie Boling and Bryant attended the Board of Education meeting. Shane Hall, Miranda Hall's son, helped show the new community center to guests and answered questions. He is in the fourth grade at Hubbard Elementary. The city of Culloden provided dinner for the board members. City, county t0 honor POW/MIAs On Friday; Sept. 20 at 10:30 a.m. a POW/MIA Chair of Honor will be in- stalled in Forsyth's Welcome Center. Since WWI, 91,718 servicemen and women remain unaccounted for. A Chair of Honor is very simple yet powerful. It is a single black chair with the POW/MIA logo on it which is then flanked by the American Flag and the POW/MIA Flag and a plaque, Forsyth's dedication program on Ffiday includes the Vietnam Veterans Chapter 946 posting the Colors, remarks by For- syth Mayor Eric Wilson, Monroe County Commission Chair Greg Tapley. LANGFORD ALLERGY, LLC MONROE COUNTY Dr. Jeff Langford HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE & EXPERTISE IN ADULT & PEDIATRIC 88 Martin Luther King Jr Drive ALLERGY, ASTHMA, & IMMUNOLOGY Forsyth, GA 31029 201 lift College Drive Forsyth, GA 31029 MonroeHospital.org Call (478) 787-4728 Call (478) 994-2521 MEYER CARDIOLOGY, PC PIEDMONT Dr. Thomas Meyer, Cardiologist ORTHOPEDIC COMPLEX 4660 Riverside Park Blvd Monroe Regional Medical Complex Macon, GA 31210 120 N. 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PINSON, DVM Dr. Steven Walker Animal Medical Clinic of Forsyth 255 -rift College Dr Forsyth, GA 60 South Jackson Street Forsyth, GA 31029 Mon - Wed, Fri: 9-6 Thur Sat. by Apt Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Physiologic Therapeutics Sat: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm Chiropractic Sports Physician AnimalMedicalClinicForsyth.net Call (478) 994-1562 Call (478) 994-4986 FORSYTH INTERVENTION CALDWELL VETERINARY SERVICES & TRAINING HOSPITAL, LLC Anger Management, Substance Abuse, General Counseling and Morel Butler Caldwell, DVM 32 East Main St Forsyth, GA 31029 951 Hwy 41 South Forsyth, GA 31029 forsythinfervention@gmail.com ButlerCaldwell@bellsouth.net forsythintervention.com CaldwellVet.com Call (470) 236-3478 Call (478) 994-8228 Affordable Pet Care on the Move! 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