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Page 2B October 16, 2019 RepOrter Kaylee $wafford, No. 2, was escorted by her parents Lindsie Robbins, No. 3, was escorted by her father David Taylor Miner, No. 4, was escorted by her parents Wil- Lance and Jessica Bass. Swafford has lettered in volleyball Robbins and sister Misti Robbins. Robbins has lettered in liam and Dianne Miner and sister Rachel Miner. Miner has for four years. She plans to attend college and major in volleyball for two years. She plans to attend Kennesaw lettered in volleyball for three years. She plans to attend nursing. State University and major in nursing, college, major in biology and go into the medical field. Teresa Wilcox, No. 5, was escorted by her parents Howard Abby Gray, No. 6, was escorted by her parents Christian and Misty and Virginia Wilcox and sister Georgia Wilcox. Wilcox has She plans to attend college and major in veterinary science. lettered in volleyball for three years. She plans to attend Au- burn University, major in pre-med and go to medical school. Gray. Gray has lettered in volleyball for one year. StateFarm+ Charlie Pelt, Agent 12 E. Johnston St. Forsyth, GA 31029 478-994-9600 h +" Char +,ForsythGAInsurance.conl -Auto - Home - Life Medicare Supplement. Vehicle Loans Mortgages Call for a quote today! Save up to 40% ~ Anokhi Pate[ No. 8, was escorted by her parents Paresh and Suhash Patel. Patel has lettered in volleyball for two years. She plans to attend Georgia Tech and major in mechanical engineering. Lauren Abrams, No. 9, was escorted by her mother Danielle Lawson. Lawson has lettered in volleyball for one year. She plans to attend the University of Georgia and major in psychology. To benefit the ' 0 ( :.X.+R.E. (o, tta+e of7+lonroe { t November 2, 2019 - Sign-in 10 AM Ride will begin at 11:00 AM from 524 Cabaniss Road Forsyth, GA 31029 After-The-Run Get Together at the Monroe Co. Moose Lodge Raffle Baskets, Prize Drawings, Free Food Entertainment, Saturday 1:00 PM BIG MIKE & THE BOOTY PAPAS come! Please make your gift or donation at least $10 Let's make this a special Christmas for all Monroe County Kids//// eee For more info call 478-957-2853 No calls after 9 PM **This event is for the Sole purpose of helping Monroe County children at Christmas. It is not sponsored by nor associated with any organized motorcycle club. Everyone is welcome to participate and we appreciate your generous donations, however, we much ask that you leave any colors, attitudes and weapons at home for this event. The organizer of this event is not responsible for any loss or injury to any person or property. By Richard Dumas forsyfh@mymcr.nef The Mary Persons volleyball team qualified for the AAAA state playoffs for the first time since 2016 with a fourth- place finish in the Region 2-AAAA tournament in Perry on Saturday. "l-he Lady Dogs will travel to Wood- ward Academy, the No. 1 seed from Region 4-AAAA, for a first-round state playoff match on Saturday. The War Eagles, 25-19, achieved a perfect 10-0 record in region play. MP, 5-18 overall (2-9 in Region 2-AAAA), surged at the end of the regular season, winning two of its final three contests. Xhe Volley Dogs pounded region foe Howard in straight sets on the road on Oct. 3, capturing the first set 25-20 before thumping the Lady Huskies 25-12 in the second set. MP then hosted a non-region double- header for Senior Night on Wednesday. l-he Volley Dogs dropped their open- ing match in straight sets, 9-25, 14-25, to FPD before regrouping to hammer ACE in straight sets, 25-11, 25-9, in the nightcap. On Saturday, Upson-Lee, who was also the Region 2-AAAA regular season champion, captured the Region 2-AAAA Two days before being named Mary Persons 2019 Homecoming Queen, MP vol- leyball senior Abby Gray spikes a winner during the Lady Dogs' Senior Night victory over ACE as teammate Teresa Wilcox looks on. (Photo/Richard Dumas) tournament, defeating second-place Perry in the finals. West Laurens will be the region's No. 3 seed at state after plac- ing third on Saturday. ELECT VqALTER GOODSON FORSYTH CITY COUNCIL POST 1 J Long-time Forsyth golfer Bobby Cramer accom- pushed a difficult task recently, scoring a hole-in- one on the par-3, 12th hole at the Forsyth Golf Club while using a five-iron. Cramer's historic shot was witnessed by Glenn Talbert, Tom Austin, Mack Stokes and Willie Stokes. The course is in great shape under the care of superintendent Reese Brunson and his staff, and club president Dean Darden encourages all golfers to bring their golfing skills to the club. Golf pro Jim Hickman is available for anyone desiring lessons. f k}