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: Reporter November 28, 2018 Sa~on & Bo,ut{que 478-994-8898 Make Your Appointment Today! Be sure to check out our Boutique toot Full Service Salon & Nails Open Tues,Sat By Appointment Robin Head & Janie Smith Call 478-99 8898 5989 Hwy 41 South Macon, GA Located in beautiful downtown Bolingbroke, GA fib icare Medicare Health and Drug Plans can make changes each year. NOW is the time to review your benefits. It's not too late to make any changes! Find out what's new for 2019. Please feel free to call me and I will gladly answer any of your questions. I represent over 20 plans and will always give you honest and unbiased answers. There's never a charge for Services! Terry Martin Independent Agent Specializing in Medicare Health Plan, Medicare Advantage & Part D Plans Medicare Supplement Plans (478) 318-8581 tatmartin40@yahoo.com Local Agent - Bolingbroke, GA From' Robin Head operates two businesses that provide products and services highly in demand. Sassy & Chic Salon & Boutique in Bolingbroke specializes in hair and nail care and offers accessories from home de- cor to gifts and concealed carry handbags. Head 2 Head Concealed Carry in Smarr specializes in con- cealed carry handbags and purses, fanny packs, back packs and sling bags for both lethal and nonlethal devices. Sassy & Chic Salon & Boutique has been in business for seven years. It originally opened in 1982 as The Finishing Touch, which was the first nail salon in Central Georgia. It has been providing experi- enced nail care for over 36 years and experienced hair care for over 17 years. It is bonded and insured and takes pride in promptness, reasonable pricing and hospital level sanitation. Janie Wise Smith is the hair stylist at Sassy & Chic Salon & Boutique. Hair care services include sham- poo, cut & styling, chemical services, color, highlights, lowlights, color correction, up-dos, perms, and body waves. For nailcare, pa- trons can enjoy manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, gel polish, shellac, reflexology, paraffin treatments, polish changes and nail trimming. & Chic' f0' Cart/' t I the 'you andl0ve There is also facial wax- ing and a great selection of boutique offerings for oneself or gifts. Head 2 Head Concealed Carry opened two years ago and is the perfect place to shop for unique and stylish reasonably priced concealed carry accesso- ries. Customers can shop by appointment or online. Free shipping and VIP discount club are available. Heads goal is to provide a product that allows the cus- tomer to be safe in every situation. She is proud of the quality of service she has provided continually for years and of the client relationships she has maintained over the years. Her favorite things about her businesses are client relationships, creativ- ity and client education. She especially enjoys the opportunity to teach people about safe concealed carry. Sassy & Chic Salon & Boutique provides quality nail and hair care in a sani- tatT and relaxing environ- ment for those in the Heart of Georgia, Heads philoso- phy is to follow the Golden Rule, always treating clients and customers as she would like to be treated. "We would like to thank our current clients for their support over the years and for following us to Boling- broke" said Head. "We welcome new clients and look forward to providing the best service they have ever experienced" Sassy & Chic Salon & Boutique is at 5989 Highway 41 South in Bolingbroke. Visit www. sassyandchicsalon.com or call 478-994-8898 for more information. Head 2 Head Concealed Carry is at 2735 High- way 41 South in Smarr. Visit www.head2head.us or www.store.head2head.us or call 478-960-4436 for more information. "Don't hesitate to call us with any questions about your concealed carry needs or to make an appointment to see our merchandise in our showroom," said Head. "Feel free to bring your weapon of choice to pick the best fit for you." e e A Monroe County memory, drive for needy Monroe military widow is leading For the second year in a County kids in memory of a toy drive this Christmas row, Sarah Beth Schaaff of her husband Collin Schaaff. season in her late husband's Forsyth is heading up a toy Schaaffwas one of 15 Ma- Hear Ye, Hear Yell Come One; Come All to the.Forsyth Foxhunt Please join Leadership Monroe 2018 for the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of the Forsyth Foxhunt the November 29, 2018 at 1OA.M. 68 N. Lee Street, Forsyth, Georgia pocket park next to the Welcome Center If you enjoy local history, a little mystery, and short walks, you'll love Forsyth's Foxhunt! The Forsyth Foxhunt is a new public art installation and permanent scavenger hunt searching for eight friendly foxes throughout Forsyth's historic downtown. The Foxhunt begins at the park next to the Forsyth Convention & Visitors' Bureau (CVB), 68 N. Lee Street. To find the foxes, follow the clues that will take you around downtown Forsyth. Once you've found Doc, Bess, Rose, Libby, Tod-Lee, Thomas, Justice, and Harris, you'll have walked about 1.5 miles and learned some fun and interesting facts about the history of our small town. The Leadership Monroe Class of 2018 created Forsyth Foxhunt in hopes that this family-friendly activity will draw locals and visitors alike to our thriving, historic downtown district. Whether you're a native Forsythian or just pass- ing through, the Forsyth Foxhunt is a fun learning experience for all ages. Our mischievous mascots have hidden themselves in and around the downtown square. Each fox has its own history to tell. You can find clues for the Foxhunt in the brochure at the CVB or online (https://sites.google.com/view/forsyth- foxhunt). Once you've solved each due, you'll find a small bronze fox designed and sculpted by local artist Pat Burns. Leadership Monroe 2018 could not have completed the Forsyth Foxhunt without the support of the following sponsors: Monroe County Middle School Hopkins & Associates LLC Volume Chevrolet Buick - Middle GA Realty, Inc. ' Southern Smiles Forsyth CableNet Monroe County Adult & Community Education Untied Bank Wealth Management Services City of Forsyth Convention & Visitors Bureau American Craftsman Homes Pat DeVane Burns Fine Art United Bank Ogelthorpe Power Sam & Sloan Oliver The Monroe County Reporter ' Tommy Johnston State Farm Planters & Citizens Bank Monroe County Family Connection Leadership Monroe Class of 2018 Steve Coleman & Associates, Inc. rines who died when their KC- 130 tanker crashed near Jackson, Miss. on luly 10, 2017. He was 22. Sarah Beth Schaaff said her late husband loved kids and loved Christmas. "He always said 'no child left behind on Christmas7 said Schaaff. Monroe County residents can drop off toys in boxes at FitCo, Middle Georgia Realty and Honeycomb in luliette until Dec. 8 if they want to donate. Schaaffsaid Santa and Mrs. Claus will help distribute the toys at the Monroe County Rec Department from 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9. They'are also taking donations and selling snacks, drinks and T shirts to raise funds for toys. For more information call 550-1460. County buys Monroe County Commis- sioners agreed Nov. 20 to spend $31,149 in discretion- ary funds to buy items for various county departments. County commission chair- man Greg Tapley agreed to spend $8,575 to buy seven automated external defibril- lators (AED) from AED Brands, LLC, of Kennesaw for the Monroe County Fire/ EMS Department. Tapley also agreed to buy four tas- ers, two pepper ball guns. a K-9 bite suit and four sets of tactical team equipment in the total amount of $8,509 for the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Meanwhile, District 2 commissioner Eddie Rowland agreed to spend up to $6,065 for EZ Flex sports mats for the Monroe County Rec Department for the county's growing cheerleading and dance programs. 4