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Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Two Following Meth Lab Raid, W’boro On Monday, January 10, Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputies raided a meth lab in Waynesboro, resulting in two arrests. Donald Lee Hendershot, 42, of 138 Pine Ridge Rd. in Waynesboro, and Lori Renee Skelton, 38, of 1111 Washington Street in Collinwood, were arrested on charges related to the production of methamphetamine.

serve an arrest warrant on Hendershot for Failure to Appear. According to Chief Baer, they also had a tip that the location was being used as a meth lab. “We are averaging 10-12 tips a week,” he said of the very active tip line, Crime Fighters, which allows people to report suspicious activity anonymously simply by calling (931)722-2300. When deputies arrived at the trailer on Pine Ridge, they smelled a strong chemical odor even before they had

reached the porch. It was evident that the residents were manufacturing methamphetamine, even from the driveway. Meth tech. Henry Williams was called to the scene. Deputies heard a great deal of talking and activity inside the residence as they approached, and they knew they had to gain quick access before the evidence was disposed of or the suspects left the scene, so a ram was used to get through the front door. (Continued On Page Two)

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A “meth generator” is discovered, along with other items associated with meth production.

C’wood Adopts Hazard Mitigation Plan, Recognizes Former Girl Scout Leader The Collinwood City Commission met in regular session Monday, January 3, 2011 at 7:00 PM in the Collinwood City Hall. Under Old Business, City Manager Gilda Collie updated the commission on the Café Collinwood building. She said that only the sink still needed to be installed. Mayor Jasper Brewer suggested advertising the building’s availability now. After some discussion, the commission agreed to have a work session on Monday, January 10, 2011 at 7:00 PM to discuss the building further. Next under Old Business, Dean Harrison addressed the commission concerning the well

project. He said that he would put together a bid package which would include videoing the well and a pump test. He felt confident that construction would be underway by March. He also asked commissioners to consider a disaster grant application. Generators for the water and sewer plants could be purchased for less than $450,000 with funds from a disaster grant. Commissioner Danny Sandusky motioned to adopt the grant resolution; it was seconded by Commissioner Pat Brown and agreed upon by all. Mayor Brewer then discussed the county’s FEMA Hazard Mitigation Plan with the commission. He informed the commissioners that the

Lutts Volunteer Fire Department was the recipient of a grant check in the amount of $5,441.17 from the Tennessee Farm Bureau Philanthropic Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The money was used to assist with expenses for the damage incurred during the floods on May 2, 2010. The fire department had extensive damage to the kitchen and office areas of the building which resulted in having to gut these areas and rebuild. The Lutts VFD is a volunteer unit that depends on help from the community. They express their gratitude to everyone who supports their monthly and annual fund raising efforts. A small group of faithful workers help to make these events possible and the fire department is grateful for being selected to receive this grant.

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exceeded the standards each year since No Child Left Behind in 2001-2002,” said Gailand Grinder, Wayne County Supervisor of Instruction. The standards, however, were more easily achieved in past years. Scoring is now being done differently in key areas like math, English, and science; these new scoring methods require more of the students. This, in turn, requires more of our teachers, as well. Teaching is a high pressure job, and it was even higher pressure this past school year as educators in every grade level tried to prepare their students for the stricter testing standards. It seems they succeeded. Scores, as a matter of fact, for this review period are very similar

to scores in previous periods. Both teachers and students rose to the challenge of the new criteria. This success may, in part, be due to the high level of training most Wayne County faculty members possess. Of the 224 teachers and administrators reported, 157 have a master’s degree or higher level of training; that’s 70%! Only one school in our system, Waynesboro Middle School, received a “target” classification. The target label can be viewed as something similar to a yellow caution light. It does not prevent the system from passing, and the target was only given in reference to a small population of that school, the special education population and the economically (Continued On Page Three)

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In 2010, our schools faced a dilemma. National standards were being revised to reflect higher goals, and there was concern that Wayne County might not be able to meet those new higher standards. Wayne County’s report card is now in, and our schools have met that challenge. According to the latest report by the Tennessee Department of Education, the Wayne County School System has met the requirements for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). “Overall, as a school system, we have met or

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The Wayne County Grand Jury met on January 3, 2011. The following indictments were made: Billy J. Martin, Jr., was indicted on charges of Evading Arrest (D Felony) and Driving on Revoked License (B Misdemeanor). Brandy R. Wick was indicted on charges of Promotion of Methamphetamine Manufacture (D Felony) and Possession Drug Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor). Christy Pennington was indicted for Simple Possession Schedule II ( A Misdemeanor),

Promotion of methamphetamine Manufacture (D Felony), Possession Drug Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor). Erica Brewer was indicted on charges of DUI (A Misdemeanor), two counts of Theft (E Felony), and one count of Theft (D Felony). Jack J. Fisher was indicted for Theft (D Felony). (Continued On Page Three)

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they arrived. The bag’s contents tested positive for meth amphetamine. Within just a few moments of entering, all in the residence were cuffed.

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Many items associated the production of methamphetamine were in plain sight, and a “meth generator� was visible on the kitchen counter. “It was so smoky and foggy inside that it burned our eyes and deputies started coughing,� said Chief Baer of the intense fumes created by the active meth lab inside the home. Both doors were opened to allow fresh air into the trailer and Deputy Williams called HAZMAT to help clean up the site. Skelton was charged with Initiation of the Process Intended to Result in the Manufacture Methamphetamine (B Felony) and with Drug Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor). She is currently being held in the Wayne County Jail on $75,000 bond. Hendershot was also charged with Initiation of the Process Intended to Result in the Manufacture Methamphetamine (B Felony) and with Drug Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor), in addition to the original charge of Failure to Appear. He is being held without bond. “The meth problem is worse than ever before with all these shake and bake labs, and we are going to start taking them down,� said Chief Baer. “This stuff’s killing everyone in the county.�

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city needed to adopt the plan. Mayor Brewer made a motion to adopt the Hazard Mitigation Plan as it had been presented by Robert Farris, EMA Director, on December 13, 2010. Commissioner Sandusky seconded, and the motion passed unanimously. The final item in Old Business was then addressed by Mayor Brewer. He announced that he and Vice-Mayor Tootsie Smith, and City Manager Collie had presented Mrs. Betty Martin with a key to the city in recognition of her work with the city’s youth, particularly with the Girl Scouts, over the years. A scholarship had also been set up in her name with pledged contributions of $1,500 so far. He suggested

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disadvantaged population. “We believe we know what went wrong there, and we have developed a plan to correct that situation. It did not prevent us from passing,” Wanda Johnston, Wayne County School Superintendent, said of the “target” classification. Not only did our schools receive passing “grades,” our school system also continued to exceed the state requirements for graduation rates. Tennessee’s standard requirement for graduation rates is 90%, but the Wayne County School System’s graduation rate is over 94%! Wanda Johnston expressed her feelings about the overall findings and the system’s performance with these words, “We’re very pleased with the results. We met the new goals, and we did it with the revised standards.”

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John Inman III was indicted for DUI (A Misdemeanor) and Violation Implied Consent (B Misdemeanor). Kayla Russell was indicted for Initiation of Process to Manufacture Methamphetamine (B Felony). Leo Evans was indicted for Manufacturing Schedule VI (E Felony), and Possession Drug Paraphernalia (A Misdemeanor). Linda Skimehorne was indicted on the charge of DUI #2 (A Misdemeanor). Roger D. Hill was indicted on two charges of Aggravated Sexual Battery (B Felony). Scotty Pulley was indicted on the charge of Initiation of Process to Manufacture Methamphetamine (B

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Some Wayne Residents May Qualify For Tax Relief Under 2010 Disaster Designation It’s tax season again, and on January 14, 2010 the IRS began accepting taxes through their E-File system, expediting the entire tax return system. Remember, though, that there are certain groups who must wait to file. Those groups include people who itemize their deductions, those who claim the Higher Education Tuition and Fees Deduction, and Taxpayers claiming the Educator Expense Deduction. For these groups, the 2010 filing season begins midFebruary. Whether you must wait to file or you may file now, there is help for those who were affected by the severe storms of 2010. Since Wayne County has been declared a disaster area a number of times throughout the year, there are some tax benefits that some Wayne Countians will qualify for under the disaster designation “Tennessee/ Severe Storms, Flooding, Straight-Line Winds and tornadoes.” Those who request tax relief according to this benefit should write that sentence at the top of their income tax return in red ink for faster processing, according to the IRS website. Individuals may deduct personal property losses that are not covered by insurance or other reimbursements, but they must first subtract $100 for each casualty event and then subtract ten percent of their adjusted gross income from their total casualty losses for the year. For details on figuring a casualty loss deduction, see IRS Publication 547,

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF STATE HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION BIDS TO BE RECEIVED FEBRUARY 11, 2011 Internet Bids will be received by the State of Tennessee, Department of Transportation, at their of¿ces in the James K. Polk Building, Suite 700, Nashville, Tennessee until 10:00 A.M., Friday, February 11, 2011 and opened publicly in the Conference Room on the 7th Floor of the James K. Polk Building at that hour. BEDFORD, CHEATHAM, DAVIDSON, DICKSON, GILES, HICKMAN, HOUSTON, HUMPHREYS, LAWRENCE, LEWIS, LINCOLN, MACON, MARSHALL, MAURY, MONTGOMERY, MOORE, PERRY, ROBERTSON, RUTHERFORD, SMITH, STEWART, SUMNER, TROUSDALE, WAYNE, WILLIAMSON, AND WILSON COUNTIES (Contract No. CNK080) Call No. 015. Project No. 98039-4186-04, 98039-4185-04. 98039-4185-04: The retracing of pavement markings with spray thermoplastic on various Interstate and State Routes. Project Length - 0.000 mile. 98039-4186-04: The random on-call pavement marking on various Interstate and State Routes. Project Length - 0.000 mile. Total Project Length - 0.000 mile. Completion Time - On or before June 30, 2012 (See Special Provision 108B). NO PLANS CONTRACT. INTERNET BIDDING MANDATORY ON ALL CONTRACTS. A Prime Contractor must prequalify with the Department of Transportation in accordance with Section 54-5-117 of the “Tennessee Code Annotated” and Tennessee Department of Transportation Rule 1680-5-3 prequali¿cation of contractors before bidding authorization will be provided. Unauthorized bids will not be considered for award. The Tennessee Department of Transportation hereby noti¿es all bidders that it will af¿rmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation, and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex or disability in consideration for an award. The Tennessee Department of Transportation is an equal opportunity af¿rmative action employer, drug-free with policies of non-discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability or military service. Telephone (615) 741-5996. THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS IS RESERVED. Bidding authorization, standard speci¿cations and standard drawings may be obtained by contacting the Department of Transportation, Construction Division, Suite 700, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, Tennessee 37243-0326, Telephone number (615) 741-2414. Plans may be obtained by contacting the Tennessee Department of Transportation, Copy Center, Level A, James K. Polk Building, Nashville, Tennessee 37243-0330; Telephone number (615) 741-2048. Sales Tax will be added to the cost of all documents, where applicable. JOHN C. SCHROER, COMMISSIONER

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if you have a gas tank, make sure it is filled before those cold winter nights hit. It is important to have a working heater in your home, but it is even more important to turn it on during extremely cold weather! Pipes freezing is a secondary concern when one stops to consider that hypothermia can kill young and old, alike. According to the CDC, hypothermia kills about 600 Americans each year, half of whom are 65 and older. The elderly are especially susceptible to extremely cold weather, since many of them are on medications and have a decreased ability to sense the dangerous change in temperature. Additionally, many elderly are more likely to avoid turning on heaters, even in extremely cold weather, because they cannot afford the higher electric bills that may come from running heaters. During cold spells, check on your elderly neighbors. If they are close enough, get out and

see them. Make sure they are staying warm in the cold weather, and make sure that they have taken proper precautions to prevent their pipes from freezing and possibly even busting. If you suspect hypothermia, take them to the hospital or call for help. Hypothermia can happen when a person’s normal

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In rooms with plumbing, leave the heat on low, even if nobody is in that room, to prevent pipes from freezing. It may also help to leave faucets on a slight drip during the coldest weather, since moving water does not freeze. Even a very tiny and slow drip is enough to keep water moving through cold pipes. Enjoy the winter weather by being prepared this season! Take care of your home, stock up, and check on elderly neighbors and friends to ensure that Wayne County stays safe as the cold winds and icy storms swirl about us.

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David Dodd of Collinwood, TN was born November 14, 1955 in Detroit, Michigan, the son of Betty Elizabeth Daniel and the late Daniel Dodd. Mr. Dodd had worked in the lumber industry and was a U. S. Army Veteran. Mr. Dodd departed this life on Monday, January 10, 2011 at his home in Collinwood, Tennessee at the age of 55 Years. He is survived by his mother, Betty Dodd of Iron City, TN; two brothers, Danny Dodd of Iron City and Tom Dodd of Vancouver, Canada; two sisters, Betty Jean Horton of Collinwood and Janice Thompson of Iron City; nieces and nephews. Services were held on Thursday, January 13 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home, Collinwood, with James T. Turnbow officiating. Burial with military rites followed in the Memorial Gardens at Collinwood. Pallbearers were Jamie Dodd, Jason Dodd, Phil Horton, Steven Thompson, Stanley Bailey, and Austin Bailey. Jan. 19-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Jan. 19, 2011

Deborah Staggs Pulley Services for Deborah (Popsicle) Staggs Pulley were held on Friday, January 14, 2011 at 1 P.M. at the Church of God of Prophecy in Collinwood, Tennessee, with David Lambert and Junior Daniel officiating. Burial followed in Rogers Chapel Cemetery, Zip City, Alabama with Shackelford Funeral Directors in charge of the arrangements. Pallbearers were Corey Staggs, Jody Ayers, Jason Ayers, Chris Risner, Pate Hall and Mark Pitts. Deborah Pulley departed this life on Tuesday, January 11, at Crockett Hospital in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee at the age of 47 Years. She was born July 20, 1963 in Lauderdale County, Alabama. Deborah was preceded in death by mother, Dorothy Mae Vines Staggs. She was a factory worker and cook. She was a member of the Church of God of Prophecy. She is survived by father, Tommy F Staggs and wife Wanda; brother, James F. Staggs and wife Rita; and sister Patricia Givens all of Collinwood; niece, Shalicia Staggs of Cypress Inn, TN; nephews, Corey Staggs and Jeremy Holt both of Collinwood; step-brothers Harold McWilliams and Harlan McWilliams both of Waynesboro, TN, and Gary McWilliams of Cypress Inn; great nieces Autumn and Ali Holt; great nephews Fhoenix and Justin Holt; and special friends, Wanda Nolan, Jessie Patterson and Mark Pitts.

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Annie Clara Rose Lamberth, 94, of Birmingham, AL died Tuesday, January 11, 2011. Graveside services were held Sunday, January 16 at 2 P.M. from Union Grove Cemetery in Adamsville, AL. with Crestview Memorial Funeral Home of Adamsville directing. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Jan. 19, 2011

Robbie Louise Brison Daniel Robbie Louise Brison Daniel of Cypress Inn, TN was born May 31, 1926 in Wayne Co., Tennessee, the daughter of the late Noah Cecil and Waymon Elizabeth Creecy Brison. She was united in marriage to Jeffie Coolidge Daniel on March 17, 1945 and he preceded her in death on August 12, 2008. Mrs. Daniel was a retired factory worker having worked at Genesco Shoe Manufacturing and Murray Ohio Manufacturing. She was a member of the Millrock Freewill Baptist Church in Collinwood, Tennessee. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Daniel was preceded in death by a son, Burnett Brison; a grandson, Marshall Brison; two brothers, James Walter Brison and J.B. Brison and a sister, Imogene Daniel. She departed this life on Saturday, January 15, 2011 at Crockett Hospital in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee at the age of 84 Years. She is survived by a son, James Edward Daniel and wife, Kathy of Cypress Inn; a daughter, Rita Kay Daniel Butts and husband, Bobby of Chattanooga, TN; six grandchildren, Michelle Adams and husband, Tommy, Deanna Daniel, Amelia McMurtrey, Shelia Daniel and Danielle Butts; four great-grandchildren, Falon Douglass, Christian Douglass, Alexis McMurtrey and Will McMurtrey; two sisters, Walsie Pulley of Waynesboro, TN and Roxie Moore of Iron City, TN; a former daughter-in-law, Brenda Brison of Waynesboro; several nieces and nephews. Services were held on Tuesday, January 18, at 2 P.M. at Millrock Freewill Baptist Church in Collinwood with Junior Daniel, Stacey Holt and Tim Hanback officiating. Burial was in the Memorial Gardens at Collinwood, with Shackelford Funeral Directors directing. Pallbearers were Gaylon, Curtis, Scotty, Donnie, Adam, and Joseph (Bo) Daniel. Honorary pallbearers were Charles Daniel, David Paul Daniel, Bobby Holt, Vance Moore, Terry Swinea, and Christian Douglass. Jan. 19-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Jan. 19, 2011

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To our Friends and Neighbors in Wayne County: Thank you so much for the help and support each of you has given us in the loss of our home on Old Beech Creek Road. Bobby and Barbara Cooper Jan. 19-P.

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Thank You The family of Boyce Prater would like to thank everyone who came to visit with us or said a prayer for us. We really appreciate the flowers, food, cards, money and gifts. We will always remember your love and kindness. Special thanks to Alice Wright and the Wayne Co. Nursing Home staff for taking such good care of Boyce for the last 6 years. Dr. Hall, you were more than Boyce’s doctor, you were his friend, taking time out of your busy schedule to check on him. For this we could never thank you enough. Thank you Bro. Pearcy for being a friend to Boyce and your words of remembrance at the service. Thanks to Shackelford’s staff, especially Roger Balentine and David Love for all your help. To everyone who ever took time to visit with Boyce or showed kindness to him in any way we truly appreciate it. May God bless each of you. Oda Mae Pevahouse & Family, Wayne Prater & Family, Fay Prater & Family, Betty Frazier & Family

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1947, Mr. Exelbierd’s father was put in charge of the camp, becoming the first Jewish camp administrator in U.S. occupied Bavaria. For more information please contact Lisa Thompson at 931-7249510 or email lisa. thompson@waynetn. net or Danielle KahaneKaminsky at 615-3431171 or email Danielle. kahane-kaminsky@

SUNRISE Accepting Change By David Coy What would you answer if you were asked Where are you, in your journey with grief? Are you isolating yourself, are you trying to keep your life exactly as it was before the tumultuous change that has occurred? We do not usually pause to think about the fact, but our life is continually in a state of change. Yet this change that has come into our life is extreme, very dramatic and large. Accepting the reality of change is sometimes very difficult. Here are some skills we must work through in order to move forward. Come, let us reason together. First, we must let the past be the past. Some people have the desire to live in the past. It is alright to take small steps forward as long as we are taking the steps forward. We begin by accepting the lifestyle change. Then we need to perform the responsibilities demanded in the new life thrust upon us.

Are we willing to describe the pain, to tell where it hurts? Are we willing to do this as frequently, and as long (duration) as necessary? Are we willing to seek the support that is available and that we need? Secondly, we must reach forward. This will require us to communicate to family, friends or others our needs continually. This will also require us to be honest with our feelings, the good, the bad, the ugly. Finally, what is our goal? What do we desire to happen or exist in our life in the long run? Allowing our support to help us here is crucial. Our mind may be in a fog or cloud, feeling a difficulty to focus and concentrate. Some have even reported the inability to multitask. Our support will be able to assist us to maintain focus on our goal, but only to the extent we allow. Let them help. This is Sunrise.

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TSSAA Right Team Magician To Perform Free At Local Schools The Title IV-Part A (Safe and DrugFree Schools and Communities) funds will provide a free magic show for students grades 5-12 county-wide. Stephen uses his magical talents to earn the respect of the students. Once he gets their attention, he takes this opportunity to discuss the dangers of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, the importance of seat belts and the importance of following the rules of the road. Parents are certainly welcome to attend his shows.

The times and locations are Tuesday, January 25th Frank Hughes School at 10 A.M. and Waynesboro Middle School at 1:15 P.M. Wednesday, January 26th Wayne County High School at 8 A.M. Collinwood High School at 10 A.M. Collinwood Middle School at 1:15 P.M. If you would like more information visit RightTeam/home.htm.

Wayne County High To Host FAFSA Night Monday, January 24th Wayne County High School will be hosting a financial aid assistance night for WCHS students needing help completing their FAFSAs (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). FAFSA night will be held on Monday, January 24, and you may come any time between 5 PM and 7 PM for help in the WCHS computer lab. Each student should bring a PIN number, and one parent should also bring a PIN number (go to to get yours

if you haven’t already). Parents should also bring completed 2010 tax forms, and W2s. If the student filed taxes, they must also bring completed tax forms and W2s. Go to fafsa. for a working copy or request a copy to be brought home by your senior student from Mrs. Heather Warren, WCHS Counselor. Pre-filling this worksheet by hand will speed up the FAFSA process tremendously

on January 24th or you may go ahead and begin your online form and save your changes. A FAFSA must be filed for every student in college or technical school each year they are enrolled, even if you don’t think you will receive financial assistance. For those families that qualify for financial assistance from the state or federal government, the earlier you complete your FAFSA, the better the chance you will have of receiving Tennessee aid. The deadline for Tennessee financial assistance has been dropped for 2011, so it will be on a first come, first serve basis. You need to file as soon as possible, however, because if there are problems with your FAFSA, you will need plenty of time to resolve any issues. If you haven’t filed your 2010 taxes, you may complete the 2011-2012 FAFSA based on your 2009 tax information and then update the information once you do file. Those families who know they won’t receive any free financial assistance still must file a FAFSA, but they need not be in a hurry. It will be fine for those families to wait until they file their 2010 taxes to complete the FAFSA.

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Wayne Co. Sheriff’s Office November 2010 Statistics Monthly Year to Date Criminal Warrants Served 214 1,018 Civil Summons/Subpoenas Served 264 1,076 Total Calls Answered 265 1,699 Reports 129 602 Total Inmates Booked In Daily Avg. # Females (Housed in County) Daily Avg. # Females (Other Counties) Daily Avg. Total Females Daily Avg. # Males (Housed in County) Daily Avg. # Males (Other Counties) Daily Avg. Total Males Total # Daily Inmates (Male and Female)

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# Hours Worked by Trustees 1,477 8,832 Trustee Hours Worked Sept. 2006 - Nov. 2010……...105,649

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Look at the pictures and you can see you’ve come a long way since January 23, 1952. Graduating from Collinwood High School in 1970 and joining the Navy in December 1970 until 1974 at the age of 18. You were discharged on June 27, 1974 after attaining the rank of E4 as an Aircraft Director and Flight Deck Crew Chief. You were awarded the National Defense Service Award upon your discharge. Serving your time on the aircraft the USS Lexington CVT-16 NAS at Pensacola, FL. After leaving the Navy you spent the next 3 years in colleges, Columbia State and the University of North Alabama, receiving degrees at both colleges. On April 21, 1973 you married Rebecca (Parker) Lee. You have two children, Tara Rollins and husband Chad, James Lee III and wife Ashley, and two beautiful granddaughters, Hannah and Emily Rollins. From your first job as a Loan Officer at a bank in Nashville, TN to your present job with the Metro Government of Nashville, always working many hours, while maintaining your home in LaVergne, TN. We, your family, are so proud of you and all your accomplishments in life. We wish you an enjoyable and happy birthday. We all look forward to many more birthdays for you!

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Trayce Rinehart Wins Geographic Bee At C’wood Middle School

Pictured above are the top ten winners in the Geographic Bee at Collinwood Middle School, from left to right, back row, Josh Morgan, Trayce Rinehart, Olivia Ayers, Lakelyn Reed, David Bigelow and Joseph Rich. Front row, Brooklyn Grimes, Jonathan Mackey, Zac Butler, and Taylor Daniel. Trayce Rinehart, a seventh grade student at Collinwood Middle School, won the schoollevel competition of the National Geographic Bee on January 5, 2011, and a chance at a $25,000 college scholarship. The school-level Bee, at which students answered oral questions on geography, was the first round in the 23rd annual National Geographic Bee. This year’s Bee is sponsored by Google. The kickoff for this year’s Bee was the week of November 15, with thousands of schools around the United States and in the five U.S. territories participating. The school winners, including Trayce, will now take a written test; up to 100 of the top scorers in each state will be eligible to compete in their state Bee April 1, 2011. The National Geographic Society will provide an all-expensespaid trip to Washington, D.C., for state champions and teacher-escorts to participate in the Bee national championship rounds on May 24 and 25, 2011. The firstplace national winner will receive a $25,000 college scholarship, a lifetime membership in the Society, and a trip to the Galapagos Islands, courtesy of Lindblad Expeditions and National

A Very Special Thank You From The Residents And Staff Of Wayne Care Nursing Home The Residents and Staff of Wayne Care Nursing Home would like to say THANK YOU TO All those who took the time to show LOVE and KINDNESS during this Christmas season. Our Facility is very blessed to have so many wonderful people to volunteer their time. Thank you to all the Individuals, Churches, School Groups, and Organizations for your Gifts, Cards, Love, and most of all your precious time that has made our residents very happy this Christmas. We also want to Thank You for everything you do all year long for our facility and residents. We appreciate you very much.

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Wayne County Bank Travel Club Enjoys “Christmas In Franklin”

from their long winter’s naps. New friends exchanged hugs and Christmas wishes were proclaimed. It was a day that brought a merry Christmas to all, and to all it was a good night. Travelers on this delightful trip were as follows: Ava Barnett, Paula Barnart, Connie Brewer, Presley Brewer, RoiAnn Bryant, Shirley Dalton, Barbara Davis, Joyce Davis, Betty DeBerry, Clinton Erickson, Loraine Erickson, Helen Garner, Patricia Gibson, Hilda Haggard, Kaylee Haggard, Sibyl Haggard, Tina Haggard, Gloria Hasting, Sue Hickman, Pat

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The Wayne County Bank Travel Club journeyed to Franklin, Tennessee on Saturday, December 11, 2010 for a day filled with Christmas merriment and festive activities. The day began with bank hostess, Holly Floyd greeting travelers with goody bags and breakfast as they arrived. As the motor coach headed north through the early morning drizzling rain, the group settled in to watch Christmas movies. The group arrived in Franklin in the downtown, historic area where the lunch destination of Lillie Belle’s Tea Room is located. Before dining, the group had some time to explore and enjoy the special happenings around the Franklin town

flowing conversation among the travelers was a nice retrieve from the cold winters day outside. After a wonderful lunch and dessert of gingerbread with warm lemon sauce, the group had a bit more time to wander the unique shops and events of downtown Franklin before heading to the Cool Springs area for a bit of indoor Christmas shopping at the mall. The highly anticipated main event of the day followed that evening as the motorcoach guided the group downtown Nashville to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center where everyone was delighted to watch the classic tale, A Christmas Story, come to life in front of their very eyes. Some of the travelers knew the story so well; they could cite the upcoming lines verbatim before the actors could say them! The group was delighted by the charming story and the hilarious antics of the story’s characters. The production was held in the smaller Johnson Theater, which allowed the characters to ask the crowd to be involved with parts of the play. As the bus turned back toward Wayne County, Christmas movies were shown and upon arrival some had to be awaked

After that they just stuffed their feet in them. John Wooden, great basketball coach, taught his players to tie their shoes. He took thirty minutes slowly putting on a shoe and lacing it while his future stars watched. Then he said, “Now we’re going to learn how to put on the other shoe.” He then took thirty more minutes to put it on. Players can’t play their best worried about a loose shoe. Attempting to be cool a grandson got a pair of Macbeth Vegan Sneakers. Someone asked, “Can you eat them?” I don’t think so. I haven’t bought any shoes since I “veggied”, but I’ll keep it in mind. The vegan shoes might be better for me when I “put my foot in my mouth”. The “steak wrappers” would be tough. “Never judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes”. But what about the hippie who had on one tennis shoe? “You’ve lost a shoe.” someone asked, He said, “Naw, I found one.” Never judge him until you’ve “hobbled a mile in his shoe”. The shoe would be “on the other foot then”. I always put my “left” shoe on last. That’s a profound truth I learned in school. I guess we’d still be barefoot if Eve hadn’t listened to the serpent. Curses were placed on the whole bunch. God sentenced old sneaky snake to a lifetime of crawling on his tummy. Men later killed him and made footwear out of him. I had a pair of those snakeskin boots once. I’d look at them and say, “That’s what you get for messing with that woman!” He got “skint”. Jesus protected his feet from the hot desert sand with “Jerusalem cruisers”, aka sandals . He lived 32 years on earth and just preached a couple. But most of the world shuts down to celebrate His Birthday. Many of us know him personally. As Nancy Senatra says, “These boots were made for walking”. I shall now walk merrily on my way…..




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Trojans And Trojanettes Have Busy Christmas Break The Trojans and Trojanettes Traveled to Richland December 27 and 28 for the Richland Christmas Classic. On Monday the Girls faced off against the Trojanettes from Hazel Green Alabama. After matching Hazel Green for the first half the game began to slip away in the second. The final saw the Green Team fall 77-46. Leading the way for the Trojanettes was Hannah Littrell with 10 points, Kelsey Hardin with 7, Nikki Robertson and Alexis Haddock with 6 each, Ashley Farmer with 5, Jessie Parker and Katie Hanback added 4 each and Gretchen Green and Courtney Simmons had a bucket apiece. The Trojans matched up against Greenbrier. A rocky start for the Trojans saw the defense and the offense pick up for the second quarter for a 28-25 lead at the half. The Trojans would build the lead to 6 by the end of the 3rd and take the victory 53-46. Scoring for the Trojans was Hunter Crews with 15, Jacob Daniel 14, Ethan Butler 7, Wesley Pigg added 6, Logan Montgomery had 5 and Hunter Andrews, Jacob Davis, and Zack Evans had 2 each. On Tuesday Dec. 28 both the Trojans and Trojanettes squared off against the Richland Raiders. The Trojanettes outscored the Raiders by one in the first only to be outscored by 2 in the second and trailed by one

at the half. A good third quarter gave the Green a 5 point lead going into the fourth and Collinwood held on to win by 3 (6158). Leading the way for the Trojanettes was Jessie Parker with 19, Alexis Haddock 17, Abby Hill and Kelsey Hardin had 8 apiece, Hannah Littrell poured in 5, Gretchen Greer had 2 and Ashley Farmer and Nikki Robertson had a point each. The Trojans showed up with their defensive shoes on only allowing 5 points the Raiders in the 1st. The two teams swapped blows for most of the rest of the game which saw the Trojans take the 53-42 victory. Scoring for the Trojans was Logan Montgomery with 13, Ethan Butler had 11, Hunter Crews and Jacob Daniel with 10 each, Zack Evans had 6, and Jacob Davis had 3. The new year saw the teams from Collinwood traveling to Waterloo to take on the Cougars. The Lady Cougars proved no match for the Trojanettes who took the victory 8434 in a game in which all 12 Trojanettes scored. Abby Hill poured in 16, Hannah Littrell had 14, Gretchen Greer and Alexis Haddock both had 12, Kelsey Hardin had 7, Katie Hanback added 6, Jessie Parker and Nikki Robertson each had 4, Ashley Farmer had 3 and Jena Butler, Abby Blalock, and Kasandria Cruz each had 2. The Trojans faced a

much more formidable opponent. Troubled by foul trouble the Trojans needed some help and boy did they get it in the form of Logan Montgomery. Montgomery who had a game high 31 did so with 18 in the second half. Chase Roberson also rejoined the Trojan lineup and drew a couple of key charges in the second half while helping with 4 points. Hunter Crews had 13, Jacob Davis and Jacob Daniel also had 4 while Hunter Andrews added a 3. The Trojans squeaked by with a 59-54 win. Wayne County made the journey to Collinwood for action on Friday. The Trojanettes played tough but round one went to the Lady Cats by a final of 57-34. Never really able to get it going offensively were the Trojanettes. They were led by Alexis Haddock with 14, Jessie Parker added 6, Hannah Littrell had 4, Kelsey Hardin and Abby Hill had 3 while Nikki Robertson and Ashley Farmer had 2 a piece. In boys action the Trojans battled hard pressure from the Cats all night. The Trojans were outscored by 10 in the first half and 4 more in the second to fall 6046. Logan Montgomery led the way with 18 and Jacob Daniel had 11. Ethan Butler had 6, Jacob Davis and Hunter Crews had 4 each, Chase Roberson had 2, and Zack Evans added 1. - - - Submitted

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Lady Cats Win Again â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Cats Fall To Perry Co. With bad weather shortening the week, the Lady Cats picked up another district win as they downed the Lady Vikings of Perry County 70 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 54. The Wildcats got off to an extremely cold start offensively against the Vikings, but fought back, only to fall by a 49 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 43 margin. With the win, the Lady Cats are now 16 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1, while the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Cats fall to 11 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 6. In district play the Lady Cats remain unbeaten at 4 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 0, and the Wildcats are now 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2. The teams host Loretto Tuesday and then travel to Clifton on Friday and then host Summertown on Tuesday next week. The Lady Cats got off to an extremely fast start against the Lady Vikings, scoring 21 points in the

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Wayne County High Benefits From Eagle Project Wesley Sanders, Senior has been a scout since he was in the first grade starting as a Tiger Cub. He chose his Eagle project by seeing a need in his band room at high school. The trophies from 19632009 were on the floor and in the closet. They were dirty and some of them were broken. He decided to build shelving for these memories of hundreds of past and present band students including his mom. Through this project he would be working toward earning his highest honor in Scouting.

The Band Boosters agreed to pay the cost of all the materials. Wesley laid out a plan of the materials needed, and the cost of the project. He got the workers together and scheduled their time, supervised, and helped with the work. Wesley found a store going out of business and got the shelves and brackets. The bracket holders for the walls could not be found, so Wesley contacted a welder Larry Brown who was able to weld a piece to the bracket that could be attached to the wall. Each trophy was cleaned and repaired to be put on the shelves. He hopes the shelves will hold a lot more memories in the future.

Pictured in these two photos Zach Brown, (seen in picture two), and (seen in picture three) Cletus Risner, helper, Doug Sanders, Scout Master, Jacob Sanders, Chris Bowling, Alex Risner and Derrick Brown. Not pictured Tim Sanders, helper, and Lane Bowling, Asst. Scout Master.

Wesley’s Eagle Scout Board of Review was held in December at Lawrenceburg. He had to wear his class “A” uniform and was interviewed for over 45 minutes and questioned about his project and years in scouting by the District Advancement Committee. The board wants to ensure that good standards of performance have been met in all phases of the Scout’s life. Does the candidate understand the Value of Scouting in his home, unit, school and community? Wesley’s Eagle application, pictures of the project and references were also checked. Wesley also got his Eagle in the 100th year of Boy Scouts.

Farmers And Ranchers Reminded Sign Up For S.R.A.P. ‘09 Losses Open Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack reminds eligible producers that the sign-up period for the 2009 crop year Supplemental Revenue Assistance Payments (SURE) program has opened. SURE is one of five disaster programs included in the Food, Conservation, and Energy

Act of 2008 (Farm Bill) that provides assistance to farmers and ranchers who have suffered losses due to natural disasters. “SURE is part of the safety net that assists farmers and ranchers who provide food and fiber to America and the world,” Vilsack said. “Any eligible producer

who suffered losses during the 2009 crop year is encouraged to visit a local FSA office to learn more about the SURE program and how to apply.” To be eligible for SURE a farm or ranch must have: • At least a 10 percent production loss on a crop of economic significance; • A policy or plan of insurance under the Federal Corp Insurance Act or the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) for all economically significant crops; • Been physically located in a county that was declared a primary disaster county or contiguous county by the Agriculture Secretary under a Secretarial Disaster Designation. Without a Secretarial Disaster Designation, individual producers may

be eligible if the actual production on the farm is less than 50 percent of the normal production on the farm due to a natural disaster. Producers considered socially disadvantaged, a beginning farmer or rancher, or a limited resource farmer may be eligible for SURE without a policy or plan of insurance or NAP coverage. Farmers and ranchers interested in signing up must do so before July 29, 2011. For more information on the 2009 SURE program, visit any FSA county office or http:// USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender. To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20250-

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, by Trust Deed, dated the 1st day of April, 2009, recorded in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, in Record Book 118, Page 577, Tammy Davis Gordon, individually, conveyed in Trust to Howard W. Tignor, Trustee, for the Bank of Waynesboro, the real property hereinafter described to secure the payment of a certain indebtedness described in said Deed of Trust; and WHEREAS, the said Trustees were unable to act as such Trustee, and Bank of Waynesboro as the owner and holder of the debt secured by said Deeds of Trust, appointed James Y. Ross, Sr., as Substitute Trustee by document duly recorded in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, in Record Book 134, Page 216, as authorized by said Deeds of Trust; and WHEREAS, default having been made in the payment of the debt, obligations, terms and conditions provided for in said Deeds of Trust, and the entire indebtedness secured by the above referenced Deeds of Trust has matured and is past due and unpaid; and WHEREAS, the owner and holder of said Note secured by said Deeds of Trust has directed the undersigned Substitute Trustee to foreclose said Deeds of Trust in accordance with the terms and provisions thereof; NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Substitute Trustee under said Deeds of Trust, I will, on the 26th day of January, 2011, at 12:30 p.m., at the East door of the courthouse in Wayne, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the last, highest and best bidder for cash and in bar of the equity of redemption, the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, curtesy, and all rights and exceptions of every kind, all of which is expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, the following described real property: A certain tract or parcel of real property located, lying and being situated in the First (1st) Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at the most Eastern Southeast corner of a lot conveyed by Roy F. Bundrant, et al, to the City of Waynesboro, by deed recorded in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, at a stake standing in the West margin of High Street, the same being the Northeast corner of a block building formerly occupied by the Waynesboro Laundry and Dry Cleaners and now being used as a storage place by the Wayne Furniture Company; runs thence West with the North wall of said block building, the same being the South boundary line of the City of Waynesboro lot to another corner of said City of Waynesboro lot which is a corner of a warehouse owned by the City of Waynesboro; thence South with the City of Waynesboro lot to a stake in the North boundary line of Lot No. 3 in the subdivision of the J.M. Dixon homeplace, another corner of said City of Waynesboro lot; thence East with the North boundary line of a lot conveyed by Roy F. Bundrant to Homer Sims to a stake in the West margin of High Street; thence North with the West margin of High Street to the point of beginning, and being the lot upon which a white concrete block building above referred to is situated, together with that area immediately to the West of and in the rear of said building, which area is East of the most Southern East boundary of the said City of Waynesboro lot. There is encluded within the above described property, but excluded from this conveyance, the following described lot:

BEGINNING at Northwest corner of above described lot; thence East with North boundary line of the lot above described; and South boundary line of the City of Waynesboro lot 32 feet 6 inches to a stake in same; thence South and parallel with West boundary line of the lot above described, to a stake in the South boundary line of the above described lot, and in the North boundary line of the lot conveyed by Roy F. Bundrant, to Homer Sims; thence West with said South boundary line 32 feet 6 inches to stake in the North boundary line of Lot No. 4, in the subdivision of the Mr. J.M. Dixon homeplace, the same being the Southwest corner of the above described lot; also a corner of said City of Waynesboro lot; thence North with the said City of Waynesboro lot to the beginning. This being the same real property conveyed to Tammy Davis Gordon by deed of Paul Timothy Totsch and wife, Dorothy Sue Thumann Totsch dated March 31, 2009, recorded in Record Book 118, page 575, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, on April 1, 2009, at 10:50 a.m. The street address of the above-described property, whether real, personal or otherwise, is believed to be: High Street, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485; but such address is not part of the legal description of the property described herein above and, in the event of any discrepancy, the legal description herein shall control. Said real property will be sold subject to any and all unpaid taxes, restrictive covenants, subdivision restrictions, and building lines, easements for public utilities, and other easements, and any and all prior restrictions, encumbrances, fixture filings, liens of any nature, including Federal Tax Liens and State Tax Liens and statutory rights of redemption of any county, municipal, state or federal governmental entity, and any matter that an accurate survey, or personal observation, of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties’ may claim an interest in said property, to wit: Lien Holders: Bank of Waynesboro Other Interested Parties: Wayne County Trustee. Other Interested Parties: City of Waynesboro The right is reserved to adjourn the day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth herein. If the highest bidder cannot pay the bid, then the next highest bidder, at their highest bid, will be deemed the successful bidder. However, this property is being sold with the express reservation that the sale is subject to confirmation by the owner/holder or trustee/ substitute trustee, and this sale may be rescinded at any time by the owner/holder or substitute/ trustee. Title to said real property is believed to be good, but I will sell and convey the same only as Substitute Trustee, and the buyer must rely upon his or her own judgment and investigation as to the status of title. The purpose of this communication is to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for the purpose of collecting said indebtedness. This 4th day of January, 2011. JAMES Y. ROSS, SR., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE BARRISTER’S BUILDING, 102 PUBLIC SQUARE N. POST OFFICE BOX 1359 WAYNESBORO, TENNESSEE 38485 (931) 722-7175 January 12, 19, 26, 2011 F:\Wpdocs\2010foreclosuredoc\gordon-t-sub-not.wpd

9410 or call toll-free at (866) 632-9992 (English) or (800) 877-8339 (TDD) or (866) 3778642 (English Federal – relay) or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish Federal-relay).

On Dean’s List At F-H U Fall Semester A local student has been recognized by FreedHardeman University for academic achievement during the 2010 fall NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Deed of Trust dated April 16, 2010, and recorded in Record Book No. 128, page 348, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee executed by Kirk Pyle, unmarried, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the Wayne County Bank, as beneficiary of said Deed of Trust has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of the Wayne County Bank, the lawful owner and holder of said indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Thursday, February 10, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 8th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, on the waters of Brush Creek, along the Wayne and Lawrence County line, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a stake in the Lawrence and Wayne County line where same crosses the North boundary line of the 2,456 l58/l60 acre tract conveyed by Tennessee Products Corporation to C. J. Truitt, by deed dated April l0, l939, in bottom of hollow with one hickory, one white oak, one post oak and one black oak pointers, the same being the most Southern Southeast corner of Entry No.45, in the name of A. G. McDougal for 3800 acres, also the Southeast and beginning corner of the tract of which this is apart; thence with said Wayne and Lawrence County line, North l degrees 30’ West 53 poles to a stake in hollow in said county line, also in East boundary line of tract of which this is a part, the same being the Southeast corner of the l58.6 acre tract this day conveyed by J. R. Kelley, to Mrs. R. W. Hurst; thence West 286 poles to a stake on the East margin of the graded road, the same being the West boundary line of the tract of which this is apart, the same being the Southwest corner of said l58.6 acre tract; thence with East margin of said road as follows: South 9 degrees East 58 poles; South 34 l/2 degrees East 23 poles to a stake in same; in the West boundary line of said 2,456 l58/l60 acre tract of C. J. Truitt, with post oak and black gum pointers; thence North with said West boundary line, 24 poles to a post oak (now rock and corner fence post) in the North boundary line of Entry No. l4; and the South boundary line of Entry No. 45, both in the name of A. G. McDougal, with 3 hickory, two post oak, and one black oak pointers; the same being the Northwest corner of said Truitt 2,456 l58/l60 acre tract; thence East with said North and South boundary line, also the North boundary line of said Truitt tract, 260 poles to the beginning, containing by estimation 95 acres, be the same more or less, by partial survey August, l968, by W. D. Hurst, Surveyor. This being the real property last conveyed to Kirk Pyle by deed of Amy JoAnn Pipes, et al, dated September 3, 2003, and recorded in Record Book 45, page 859, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM Jan. 19, 26, and Feb. 2, 2011

semester. Hannah Hunt of Waynesboro has been named to the Dean’s list. Hunt is a Freshman at Freed-Hardeman University. Inclusion on the Dean’s list requires maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.40 for the semester and full-time status.

It Pays To Advertise NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Deed of Trust dated January 25, 2008, and recorded in Record Book No. 106, page 175, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee executed by Clinton Earl Seymour, unmarried, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the Wayne County Bank, as beneficiary of said Deed of Trust has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of the Wayne County Bank, the lawful owner and holder of said indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Thursday, February 10, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the lst Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a 4”x4” concrete monument, being the Southeast corner of Timothy and Marisa Holt, (Deed Book 57, page 181), and the southwest corner of Russ Davidson (Deed Book 87, page 548); thence along the South ancient fence line of Davidson, South 54 degrees 51’ 58” East for 245.12 feet to a 10 inch oak at end of fence, being the true point of beginning, and the Northwest corner of described tract; thence along the South line of Davidson, South 68 degrees 38’ 30” East for 547.63 feet to an iron pin set, being the Northeast corner of described tract; thence along a new severance line, with the center of a 30 foot wide ingress/egress easement South 29 degrees 11’ 50” West for 163.66 feet; South 41 degrees 48’ 28” West for 293.05 feet; south 62 degrees 39’ 44” West for 85.38 feet to a point; being the Southeast corner of described tract; thence leaving 30 foot wide ingress/egress easement, along a new severance line, North 52 degrees 07’ 07’ West passing an iron pin set at 15.00 feet, for a total distance of 418.19 feet to an iron pin set in the center of another 30 foot wide ingress/ egress easement, being the Southwest corner of described tract; thence along the center of said 30 foot wide ingress/egress easement, North 43 degrees 12’ 43” East for 168.34 feet to an iron pin set; North 21 degrees 49’ 02” East for 166.20 feet; North 04 degrees 20’ 30” West for 66.83 feet to the point of beginning, containing 5.006 acres. Included with, but subject to two 30 foot wide ingress/ egress easements, being more particularly described as the West Ingress/Egress and the East Ingress/Egress, as set out in full in Record Book 106, page 172, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto the same are made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. The above survey was performed by Dale E. Sagely, Tennessee Registered Land Surveyor No. 1888, on August 23, 2005, using a T1000 total station with a Category II closure, and a magnetic North bearing. This being the real property conveyed to Clinton Earl Seymour, by deed of Bobby Overton and Lannie Keeton, Jr., dated August 26, 2005, and recorded in Record Book No. 106, page 172, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM Jan. 19, 26, and Feb. 2, 2011


Glenkirk Landing Subject Of Wayne Historical Meeting . . . . .Continued From Last Week John Cord was elected a Justice of the Peace and is found performing marriages. The first one we see is Sept. 4, 1910; the last one was recorded on Aug. 20, 1912. Fred Culp brought his future bride, Carrie Childress, who was John Cord’s cousin, to marry her in the Glenkirk Store on Jan. 18, 1912, by John Cord. John Cord Flippo was born in June 1880. His brother, James, was born Jan. 1885. Henry Flippo, his father, died June 20, 1891. At the time of his death, Mildred, was 30 years of age, J. Cord was 11 years, and James was age 6. The 1900 Census shows Mildred’s mother, Elizabeth Russ, living with them in Glenkirk. It seems that John Cord’s time in the Glenkirk store ended in 1912. He married Minnie Jobe Holt, widow of Hugh Holt, on Oct. 15, 1911. In the 1930 Census, Mildred is living at the old home place where she and Henry Flippo reared their children. Boyd Branch was a landmark. Flippo Branch ran close to John Cord’s and Minnie L.’s. (This was a house located between where Paul and Betty Jo Martin live at the present time and the old chert pit.) It is also where he died. He and his wife Minnie L.’s children were James W. (Jim), Carrie E., John C., Jr., Minnie Lee, Frank R., and stepdaughter Mildred Holt. John Cord and Minnie received this tract of land NOTICE Wayne County provides notice of proposed work to be completed on certain bridges and crossings believed to have been constructed from materials previously in contact with mercury. Wayne County is working with the Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation and Glenn Springs Holdings, Inc. to address these bridges. The project is scheduled to take place over the next several months. During that time, the Wayne County Highway Department may temporarily or partially close certain roads so that the bridges can be assessed and any associated work may be completed. Please respect traffic signs and flagmen for your safety and for the safety of those working on the bridge crossings. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jason Rich, Wayne County Executive, 931-722-3653 or Billy Joe Martin, Wayne County Road Superintendent, 931-722-5556. Jan. 12-19-(ojb)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH12011-PR-83 In the Matter of the Estate of: George G. Gilchrist, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on January 3, 2011, Letters Testamentary, in respect to the Estate of George G. Gilchrist, deceased, who died 12/6/2010, were issued to the undersigned by the Wayne County Chancery Court of Wayne County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against his Estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the above-named Court, within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claim will be forever barred. All persons indebted to the above Estate must come forward and make proper settlement with the undersigned at once. Date: January 3, 2011. Sandra G. Morgan Sharon G. Mathers Co-Executors W. Andrew Yarbrough Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk January 12, 19, 2010

7 Oct. 1920. It was 132 ¾ acres known as the Allen B. Evans tract and owned by Henry and Mildred Flippo. John Cord died in 1939; Minnie L. died February 12, 1935. They are both buried at the Steele Cemetery, located close to home. Mildred was living in her house (near where Wayne Lineberry) lived when she died with pneumonia on February 12, 1935. She was described as being a tall, slender woman. Owner: Steele “Deed Book #14, Pages 95-96, tells that J. G. Russ and wife deeded land to M. T. Steele, District 2, located on the Tennessee River on October 9, 1925. This included the Glenkirk land for a total of about 760 7/8 acres of land. This land was conveyed by D. W. and O. A. Kirkpatrick to the Russ family on February 15, 1904. Other data relating to these tracts of land are recorded as 2nd and 3rd tracts describing this huge purchase of land by M. T. Steele, finishing on the 11th day of January 1929 and signed by J. G. Russ and Jimmie A.

Pictured are M. T. and Tennie Steele Census, they were living transporting Glenkirk to at Glenkirk in the next Clifton mail. This he did Pictured here is Jim house number to Alton in a boat (skiff). In 1902, Flippo, son of Cord Fli- and Bertha Culp. Marvin the Stegalls moved into ppo. and his family operated the ‘Big House.’ He was the store at Glenkirk a blacksmith and gristmill and farmed extensively. operator by trade. The Several families worked family told about the for him on the land. M. places they lived during T., Jr., and Tennie helped this time. in the store when not at Fred Culp boarded school. They bagged with them and worked and tied staples they had for J. J. Holder in the weighed ready for sales. store. The Stegalls, The Glenkirk Landing Flippos, Stricklins, and was busy these days. Marvin Churchwell NOTICE OF Owner: Stegall FORECLOSURE SALE Russ. Default having occurred “John Kelley Stegall Marvin T. Steele was under that Promissory Note and lived in what was referred Deed of Trust dated November the son of Tennie and to as the ‘Little House’ at 10, 2009, and recorded in Eliza Devers Steele. He Record Book No. 124, page Glenkirk. Records show 563, Register’s Office of Wayne married Fannie Rinehart. him there on October County, Tennessee, executed She was born December Jeff Johns and wife, Melody 6, 1902, when he was by Johns, to George G. Gray, 21, 1897, daughter of elected Constable in Dist. Trustee, securing a certain James and Leona Hardin note made payable #1 for two years. He promissory to the Wayne County Bank. Said Rinehart. Marvin and served as Road Overseer note provided for the payment Fannie married on March all costs and expenses of and also had the job of of executing the aforesaid Trust and 19, 1916. They had two other costs of collection; and, NOTICE OF children: Tennie L. and WHEREAS, default has been FORECLOSURE SALE M. T., Jr. In the 1930 Default having occurred made under the aforesaid Deed

BID NOTICE Wayne County Technology Center is accepting sealed bids for 12 surplus cosmetology styling chairs. Bids may be for one chair or more. Bids will be taken until 2 P.M. on January 26, 2011. The Wayne County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids should be labeled Styling Chairs and submitted to Wayne County Technology Center, 703 South Main Street. Call 722-5495 for more info. Barry Hanback, Chairman Wanda Johnston, Superintendent Jan. 12-19-(ojb)

BID NOTICE The Wayne County Board of Education will accept bids on janitorial supplies, lamps, ballasts, exit lights, emergency lights, and electrical supplies for Wayne County Schools until 1 P.M. January 27, 2011. A detailed request for proposals can be seen at or obtained from the Wayne County Schools central office (931-722-3548). The Wayne County Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids should be labeled Janitorial Supplies or Electrical Supplies and submitted to the Wayne County Board of Education, P.O. Box 658, 419 South Main Street, Waynesboro, Tennessee 38485. Barry Hanback, Chairman Wanda Johnston, Superintendent Jan. 12-19-(ojb)

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Deed of Trust dated October 22, 2008, and recorded in Record Book No. 114, page 924, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Steven J. Fuss and wife, Veronica Fuss, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the Wayne County Bank, as beneficiary of said Deed of Trust has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of the Wayne County Bank, the lawful owner and holder of said indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Thursday, February 3, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated on the waters of Bear Creek, in the 9th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron stake on the North margin of the Collinwood and Lutts paved road, the same being the Southeast corner of a 1 ½ acre tract conveyed to Johnny Ray Thompson and wife, Lindia G. Thompson, by P. E. Berry and wife, Mattie Berry, by deed dated March 11, 1972, recorded in Deed Book No. 56, page 322, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee; thence with the North margin of said paved road, south 67 ½ degrees East 15 poles to a stake in branch in said North margin near a concrete block pump house; thence up said branch with the meanders as follows: North 44 ½ degrees East 5 7/25 poles to a stake; South 86 ½ degrees East 3 9/25 poles to a stake with beech pointers; North 25 degrees east 3 poles to an iron stake near a maple stump on the West bank of said branch with sweetgum pointers; thence North 50 degrees West 26 21/25 poles to an iron take on a hill with three hickory, two chestnut oak and sassafras pointers; thence South 21 ½ degrees West passing the Northeast corner of said Thompson 1 ½ acre tract at 2 poles, in all 18 poles to the beginning, containing by

estimation of 1 ½ acre to the same more or less, according to the survey of J. N. Hurst, Surveyor, made on February 24, 1973. This being a portion of the real property conveyed to Steven J. Fuss and wife, Veronica Fuss, by deed of J. P. Gillis and wife, Sandra Gillis, dated June 3, 2002, and recorded in Record Book No. 29, page 986, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being described therein as Tract No. 2. Said property is subject to an easement for water rights granted by P. E. Berry and wife, Mattie Berry, to Johnny Ray Thompson and wife, Linda G. Thompson, which is found of record in Deed Book No. 56, page 322, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Said property is subject to restrictive covenants and conditions as set out in full in Record Book No. 29, page 986, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto the same are made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. Said property is subject to any right of way easements of record in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Said property is subject to agreement pertaining to driveway leading from Bear Creek Road Northward to the Bear Creek Free Holiness Church, as set out in Record Book No. 29, page 986, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. Said property is subject to the right to the use of water from the spring and well located on the above described real property along with the right of ingress and egress for maintaining and repairing water lines, pumps, etc., to the spring and well, all as set out in Record Book No. 29, page 986, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM January 12, 19 and 26, 2011

under that Deed of Trust dated April 7, 2008, and recorded in Record Book No. 108, page 466, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee executed by Charlotte Horton, unmarried, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the Wayne County Bank, as beneficiary of said Deed of Trust has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of the Wayne County Bank, the lawful owner and holder of said indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Thursday, February 3, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 8th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, adjacent to and West of Murphy Hollow Road, bout 0.50 mile North of Barnett Branch, and bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at an iron pin in the margin of Murphy Hollow Road, a Southeast corner of Meridan Trust Co. (DB 126, p. 422 ROWCT); thence with the West margin of said road, South 15 degrees 42’ 29” West 200.28 feet and South 15 degrees 15’ 33” West 197.12 feet to an iron pin set; Marcus Matney’s (DB 55, p. 432 ROWCT); most Westerly Northeast corner; thence with Matney’s North boundary line, North 82 degrees 14’ 45” West 858.48 feet to an iron pin set in the East boundary line of Meridan Trust Co.; thence with Meridan Trust Co.’s East boundary line, a marked and painted line, North 7 degrees 52’ 16” East 393.78 feet to an iron pin; thence with Meridan’s South boundary line a marked and painted line, South 82 degrees 14’ 45” East 911.14 feet to the point of beginning, containing 8.00 acres, more or less. Surveyed by J. T. Dixon, Tennessee Registered Land Surveyor No. 668, on March 3, 1999. This being the real property conveyed to Charlotte Horton, by deed of Marcus Matney and wife, Emma Nola Matney, dated April 16, 1999, and recorded in Deed Book No. 154, page 575, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM January 12, 19 and 26, 2011

of Trust and under the note secured by the same more than thirty (30) days, and the said Wayne County Bank, the owner and holder of said note has ordered the foreclosure by the said George G. Gray, Trustee, of the Deed of Trust, executed to secure the same. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee, will on Thursday, January 27, 2011, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: Three (3) certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being situated in the 3rd Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: TRACT NO. 1: BEGINNING at the Southwest corner of the original tract of which this is a part a common corner with DePriest; thence with road North 61 degrees West 100.00 feet; thence North 40 degrees 56’ 29.8” East 307.46 feet to a stake; thence North 44 degrees 07’ 35.6” West 440.70 feet to a stake in Riley’s Southeast boundary line; thence with said line as follows; North 35 degrees East 60.00 feet, North 39 degrees East 198.00 feet, North 36 degrees East 119 feet, North 47 degrees East 245.00 feet, North 37 degrees East 300 feet, North 33 degrees East 200.00 feet, North 21 degrees East 245.00 feet, North 37 degrees East 100.00 feet, North 60 degrees 100 feet, North 47 degrees East 242.00 feet to the Northwest corner of the original tract; thence South 87 degrees East 192.00 feet; thence with new line and ridge South 38 degrees East 179.00 feet, South 30 degrees East 62.00 feet to a stake; thence South 43 degrees 43’ 02” West 1379.10 feet to a stake; thence South 51 degrees 40’ 47” East 255.70 feet; thence down hollow as follows: South 32 degrees West 25.00 feet, South 17 degrees West 81.00 feet, South 39 degrees 32’ 17” West 95.20 feet, South 46 degrees 31’ 47” West 99.90 feet, South 61 degrees 35’ 10” West 92.30 feet, South 31 degrees 34’ 26” West 140.80 feet, South 81 degrees 48’ 46” West 54.20 feet, South 30 degrees 34’ 26” West 100.60 feet, South 04 degrees 56’ 00” East 69.30 feet, South 43 degrees 31’ 50” West 100.10 feet to the beginning, containing 17.40 acres more or less. This conveyance is made subject to restrictions, covenants and easements that are applicable to the above described property, and of record, and to all zoning restrictions and regulations of the appropriate governmental body. TRACT NO. 2: BEGINNING on a stake in a county road, same being Northeast corner of a tract of land conveyed to James David Ford by deed of Reed Depriest et ux, of record in Deed Book 78, page 43, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and runs thence with his line and county road North 50 degrees West 352.00 feet, North 61 degrees West 74.00 feet to a stake, the Southeast corner of Tract No.1; thence up a hollow North 45 degrees East passing an iron stake at 25.00 feet, in all 100.00 feet North 4 degrees West 68.00 feet, North 32 degrees 100.00 feet, North 83 degrees East 55.00 feet, North 33 degrees East 140.00 feet, North 63 degrees East 93.00 feet, North 48 degrees 100.00 feet, North 41 degrees East 95.00 feet, north 17 degrees 81.00 feet, North 32 degrees East 47.00 feet, North 71 degrees 435.00 feet, North 39

about everyone close by attended church at New Bethlehem or Robinson Methodist Church, which was not very far away. It was their best social outlet at the time. John Kelley was born October 18, 1870; he died March 18, 1937. He married Mary Elizabeth Jones on May 19, 1895. They had children: Jimmie, Bess, Roxie, Julus, and Tilda. His family left Glenkirk for the Hardin Bottom and Beech Creek but later returned to Glenkirk to live on what is known as the Tom Morrow Hill house. He was there operating this blacksmith shop and gristmill until his death. . . .To Be Continued Due To Limited Space, The Remainder Of This Article Will Be Printed In Future Editions! degrees East 100.00 feet, North 24 degrees East 100.00 feet, North 31 degrees 200.00 feet, North 52 degrees East 539.00 feet to a corner on the ridge and in the West boundary of Tract No. 5, thence with the ridge and the West boundary of Tract Nos. 5 and 3 the following calls: South 26 degrees East 186.00 feet, South 8 degrees East 166.00 feet, South 18 degrees West 135.00 feet, South 10 degrees West 220.00 feet, South 22 degrees West 100.00 feet, South 25 degrees 235.00 feet, South 44 degrees West 298.00 feet, South 66 degrees 100.00 feet, South 55 degrees West 363.00 feet, South 33 degrees West 84.00 feet, South 36 degrees West 375.00 feet, South 75 degrees West passing an iron pin at 75.00 feet, in all 100.00 feet to the center of county road; thence North 50 degrees West 196.00 feet to the point of beginning containing 28 acres, more or less, according to survey of Thomas A. Lawson, Registered Land Surveyor No. 650, dated April 12, 1979. This property is subject to a 25 foot road right of way along the South boundary, which is a part of the existing public road and it is excluded from this conveyance. TRACT NO. 3: BEGINNING at a point in the centerline of a county road, the same being a common corner with DePriest, also being the Southeast corner of the original tract of which this is a part; thence North 43 degrees 31’ 50” East 100.10 feet; thence North 04 degrees 56’ West 69.30 feet; thence North 30 degrees 34’ 26” East 100.60 feet; thence North 81 degrees 48’ 46” 54.20 feet; thence North 31 degrees 34’ 26” East 140.80 feet; thence North 61 degrees 35’ 10” East 92.30 feet; thence North 46 degrees 31’ 47” East 99.90 feet; thence North 39 degrees 32’ 17” East 95.20 feet; thence North 17 degrees East 81.00 feet; thence North 32 degrees East 25 feet to a stake; the true point of beginning of this conveyance; thence North 51 degrees 40’ 47” West 255.70 feet to a stake; thence North 43 degrees 43’ 02” East 1379.10 feet to a stake; thence South 30 degrees 00 East 38.00 feet; thence South 52 degrees 00’ East 100.00 feet; thence South 49 degrees East 172.00 feet; thence South 26 degrees East 114.00 feet; thence South 50 degrees 56’ 43” West 534.70 feet; thence South 29 degrees 51’ 20” West 199.80 feet; thence South 22 degrees 51’ 34” 100.20 feet; thence South 37 degrees 52’ 18” West 99.60 feet; thence South 70 degrees 09’ 02” West 429.00 feet; thence South 32 degrees West 22.00 feet to the beginning, containing 10.70 acres. Together with a roadway right of way easement twentyfive (25) feet in width, with the South boundary of said roadway right of way easement following the line described above from the centerline of branch (spring), the same being a common corner with DePriest, to the point of true beginning of this conveyance. Said roadway right of way easement is for the purpose of ingress and egress to the property conveyed herein. This being the real property conveyed to Jeff Johns and wife, Melody Johns, by deed of Earl McNees and wife, Bridget McNees, dated November 10, 2009, and recorded in Record Book No. 124, page 557, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM January 5, 12, 19, 2011


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94 Dodge, Half Ton Pickup, $2,000.00, 676-5352. Jan. 5-tf-(ojb) FOR SALE: 2010, 16x80, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Separate Laundry, 2 Walk-in Closets In Master, Thermal Pane Windows, Like New, $25,000.00, 931-332-0688. Jan. 5-12-19-P. 5.5+/- Acres. Well, Shop, Road Frontage, Electricity. $25,000.00. 722-4983. Jan. 5-tf-(ojb) Blueberry Plants, 3 Quart Pots, Excellent Quality, $3.00 Each. Collinwood, TN 931724-5236. Closed Fri. 3 P.M. – Sat. Jan. 12-19-P. FOR SALE: Miniature Colt, Mare, 4 Months Old, $200.00, 724-9701, or 332-3994. Jan. 12-19-P. FOR SALE: 1985 Chevrolet ¾ Ton, 4x4, Utility Bed, Good Condition, $2,000.00, OBO; 1972 Harley Davidson 2 Stroke Golf Cart, $500.00, OBO; 722-3913 or cell 7224334. Jan. 12-19-P. FOR SALE: Seasoned Firewood or Boiler Firewood. 1 Rank $35.00, 3 Ranks $100.00; 931-628-9380. Jan. 12-19-26-Feb. 2-MCI 2002 Ford Windstar SE Minivan. Seats 7, Two Sliding Doors, A/C (front/rear controls), Cruise Control, Power Locks/Windows, AM/ FM Cassette CD Player, Video Screen. $4,000.00, OBO. (731) 438-0139. Jan. 19-(ojb) FOR SALE: Full Salon Beauty Equipment. For More Information Call 722-0298. Jan. 19-(ojb)

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The San Antonio Christmas Experience With Peoples Bank The San Antonio Christmas Experience with Peoples Bank San Antonio at Christmas has to be one of the most memorable and exciting holiday destinations. Peoples Bank VItoP Club returned for a long weekend this year because the 2004 visit was such a favorite trip. A color booklet gave everyone the travel info they might need and an itinerary for the whole trip. The hotel was located right on the Riverwalk and offered a mangerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s reception soon after check-in. Later that evening the VItoPs had a Texas-style dinner at the Texas Land & Cattle Steak House located by the river. The choice of steaks, chicken & shrimp cooked to perfection satisfied the appetites after the meager fare in the airport and on the plane. Pat Holder, Peoples Bank hostess, and her sister, Carla Handley, took a barge ride after dinner but most opted to wait for the group cruise later in the trip. A full buffet breakfast got the travelers ready for a day in Fredericksburg located in the hill country. This early German settlement is the home to the Admiral Nimitz State Historic National Museum of the Pacific War honoring the Admiral, a native son. Marie Barry took in as many of the stateof-the-art exhibits as possible in the allotted time. The 33,000 sq. ft. facility was surrounded by a memorial to the 10 American presidents who served in WWII, a Japanese Garden of Peace honoring Nimitz, and many artifacts of the battles of the Pacific.

Following this museum visit, the motorcoach drove through the Marketplatz of Fredericksburg where the Christmas Festival was in progress and the stores lavishly decorated with greenery, nutcrackers, and colorful lights. A Bavarian lunch was served at Friedhelmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with more than adequate portions of salad, a pork tenderloin Schnitzel entrĂŠe, and superb desserts. The entrance to the festival was marked with a 26 foot tall Christmas Pyramid, hand crafted in Germany, and adding more old world charm to this village. Barbara Coleman was snapping pictures of this wooden carousel-like structure with several levels depicting angels, nutcrackers, and manger scenes. Musicians with their accordions strolled among the shoppers, traditional German clothing such as dirndls & lederhosen was displayed for sale, and local wineries were giving away samples of their wares. On the return trip to San Antonio a stop was made at Lukenbach, TX, made famous by the Waylon Jennings song; this combination general store, post office, and honky-tonk was frequented by Waylon and Willie Nelson, and is still drawing musicians today. A circle of â&#x20AC;&#x153;pickers â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;n singersâ&#x20AC;? was sitting under the huge live oak trees completely oblivious to the crowd of locals and tourists taking in the landmark. Enjoying the opportunity to pay tribute to Waylon & Willie while visiting with bikers and local ranchers were Jerry Durham and

Mickey Talbott, while their wives, Judy Durham and Linda Talbott, were amused by the large roosters that were in the trees and on the roof of an outbuilding. The motorcoach left the area with a CD of Waylonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s song resounding throughout the coach. That evening Joseph & Claire Montejunas and several others attended the San Antonio Rose Christmas show at the historic Aztec Theatre listed in the book â&#x20AC;&#x153;1000 Places to See before You Die. USAâ&#x20AC;?. They reported great holiday entertainment in a spectacular showplace featuring a 12 ft diameter ornate chandelier. A step-on guide joined the group the next morning and related interesting history as she pointed out several missions and other significant buildings on the drive to the San Jose Mission. There the guide provided an in-depth tour of this largest of all the shrines, known as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Queen of the Missionsâ&#x20AC;?. Quite amazing was the irrigation system, the outdoor cooking stoves, and the legendary Rose Window, demonstrating the craftsmanship of the mission artisans. The tour continued in the King Williams district with a visit to the Steves Homestead and Guenther House, both examples of the German influence on the city. A sumptuous champagne brunch at the oldest but very elegant Menger Hotel offered everything from eggs benedict to seafood to beef roast and all the sides one could want. Autry & Martha Gobbell and Jim Ross enjoyed the most popular dessert, a decadent bread pudding, which led to comments of â&#x20AC;&#x153;needing a napâ&#x20AC;?. However, when the IMAX movie depicting the story of the Alamo began, it completely held the attention of Paul and Paulette Crowell and Faye Bragg, all of who said this was the perfect introduction to the visit to the Alamo afterwards, making history come alive. Tennesseans and Texans have a strong tie as more men from Tennessee were represented in the 13-day battle than any other state in the union. Marty McCarter, Catherine Ross, Peoples Bank hostess, and other shoppers finished their afternoon by visiting El Mercado, a colorful Mexican market where Hispanic dancers and musicians lent a fiesta atmosphere. The grand finale for that day was a private river barge trip that began at the hotel. Although several had walked along the riverwalk on the other evenings, the cruise was on two chartered barges and very special with guides who pointed out the landmarks. Thousands of sparkling lights in vivid hues tumbled down in strands from the trees overhanging the river while the patrons of the decorated sidewalk cafes waved as the barge passed by. Other barges filled with carolers added tradition Christmas music as the Peoples Bank group took in the whole river area that is open to barge traffic. Mounds of poinsettias, flickering luminaries, and obscure waterfalls seemed to loom up around each section of the river. This memorable evening was the highlight of the trip for Billy & Dean Stegall, Carolyn and Kelly Gobbell, and Bussy Edwards.

The last day included a trip to the SAS Shoe Factory and Outlet Store. Janey Edwards was impressed by the tour of the factory, acquiring a new awareness of those workers on the assembly line and realizing shoes are now a rather unique product of the USA. The store was also notable with SAS shoes at reduced prices, five-cent popcorn, and 10-cent fountain cokes which appealed to the men more than the shoe shopping. Mary Nelle Steeleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s souvenir of the trip was a pair of walking shoes, and Sandy Martin & Patricia Pigg piled up beautiful scarves for gifts at the checkout counter. Los Patios, a collection of boutique shops in a garden setting, was the next stop. Annie James found one shop that offered just the style of clothing she liked and wished it were not so far from Tennessee. Before heading to the airport, a delightful luncheon of chicken ala king was served in the lovely Gazebo Restaurant. The smooth flight home made possible a time to reflect on all the wonderful activities, meals, and sights of the past few days and the joys of the Christmas season just experienced at the Festival of Lights in San Antonio.

Maury Regional Receives Grant C.F of Mid-TN The Maury Regional Health Care Foundation was recently awarded a $3,000 grant from The Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, according to Executive Director Joe K. Kilgore. This grant will be used to provide wigs, headpieces, camisoles and free mammograms for cancer patients who do not have the means to purchase these items for themselves. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Through the Maury Regional Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center, the foundation has made possible the gift of approximately 150 wigs and 55 camisoles annually to women diagnosed with cancer throughout southern Middle Tennessee. These grant funds will enable us to help even more women in our community and we are honored to have been selected,â&#x20AC;? said Kilgore. The Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center Fund was founded by local breast cancer survivors who experienced the personal trials of battling cancer and overcoming the challenges resulting from treatment. The majority of those benefitting from this fund are breast cancer patients; however, any woman who is diagnosed with cancer and cannot afford a wig may seek assistance through the Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cancer takes a toll on women physically, emotionally and financially. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rewarding to me to provide these items to patients and see how grateful they are and the impact it has on renewing their self esteem,â&#x20AC;? said Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Center Coordinator Dana Salters. To learn more about the foundation or to make a donation, visit w w w. m a u r y r e g i o n a l or call 931.380.4075.


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Westpoint, TN 38486 - Tony Shults, Pastor Pastor – John Johnston Green River Road, Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. 1606 Old Highway 64 E. Larry Janes, Pastor Evening Worship 6 P.M. Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ABUNDANT LIFE LITTLE BETHEL I have kept the faith. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 64 West – Waynesboro On Pumping Station Road R.S.V. 2 Timothy 4:7 Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. Dean Haggard, Pastor Robert Marks, Pastor Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles Sunday Service 10:30 S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M W of Linden Highway 412 Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. LIVING WATER TABERNACLE FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER JOHNSON’S CHAPEL PINEY GROVE MT. HOPE UNITED COLLINWOOD UNITED 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. 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Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Asst. Pastor, Andy Sherrill Hardin Creek, Clifton Hwy. 64 E, Near Natchez Trace In The Highland Community First Avenue – Collinwood REVIVAL CENTER UNITED CYPRESS OAK GROVE S.S. 9-11 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor Ray Watkins, Pastor Bro. Johnny Kilburn, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. PENTECOSTAL OF WAYNESBORO FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Wed. Disc. Training – 7 P.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Worship 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. 2nd & 4th Sun Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. Old 99 East – Waynesboro, TN Pumping Station Road CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH .EVANS CHAPEL UNITED Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Saturday Night 7 P.M. WILLIAMS CHAPEL Brandon Skelton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Fishtrap Community - Danny Clark, METHODIST CHURCH LUTTS UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL HOUSE OF THE LORD FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Morning 10 A.M. Night 6:30 P.M. Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Pastor Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton Holly Creek Road Wednesday Night 7 P.M. BUTLER GROVE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Lutts, Tennessee - Jim Arrington, Pastor Bro. Jimmy Pickett, Pastor James Pete Turnbow, Pastor FULL GOSPEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FELLOWSHIP FREEWILL BAPTIST Worship 8:30 A.M. – No S.S. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10:15 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. HOUSE OF PRAISE Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor CHURCH MT. AUBURN UNITED SHAWNETTEE UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL CHURCH MCGLAMERY CHURCH Joseph Wallace, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Rocky Ford Holly Creek METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton - Bro. Neal Burks, Pastor McGlamery Community Collinwood 10 A.M. S.S. – 11 A.M. Worship HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Bill Hollander, Pastor Beechview, Clifton - Jim Rucker, Pastor Shawnettee Community – Collinwood Thursday Worship 6 P.M. Johnny Banks, Pastor CORNERSTONE S.S. 10 A.M. – Preaching 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Worship 8:45 A.M. John Ives, Pastor Sunday Morning 10 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CHURCH OF COLLINWOOD Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST POPES CHAPEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST BURNS CHAPEL 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH John Hodum, Pastor Clifton, Tennessee Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Iron City Road W. L. Wallace, Pastor Highway 13 South – Collinwood Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. Tim Hanback, Pastor Worship 2nd & 4th Sunday - 2 P.M. John Allen Berry, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Edward Burbank, Pastor Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Wed. 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Ron Randolph, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night - 6 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M.

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Community Happenings Events In And Around Wayne County COMMUNITY EVENTS

COLLINWOOD OES NO. 422 REG. MTHLY. MTG. The Collinwood Chapter Order of the Eastern Star has their regular monthly meeting the first Thursday of each month. Meetings begin at 7 P.M. All members are urged to attend. Jan. 12-19-26-P. HOLLY CREEK V.F.D. MONTHLY FISH FRY The Holly Creek Fire Department and Community Center sponsors its monthly fish fry every 4th Saturday from 4 till 7 P.M. at the VFD/Community Center. All proceeds will benefit the fire department. Everyone is invited to support this cause. Jan. 12-19-26-P. BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER Would you like to make a difference and help someone in a time of need? Being a Hospice Volunteer can change your life and at the same time help the quality of life for others. For more information you may contact Josh Stults at Tennessee Quality Hospice, 722-2785. Apr. 22-tf-(ojb)

ATTENTION ARTISANS OF WAYNE COUNTY The Artisans of Wayne County invite artists and anyone interested in the arts to their meetings on the second Tuesday night of each month at 7 P.M. The location of meetings rotate. To find out meeting place call 676-3118 or 6767629. Jan. 2011-(ojb) WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS “AFTER-CARE” GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an “After-Care” group for anyone who has been through an addiction rehabilitation program. The group will meet at 5 P.M. each Saturday. Counselors from Buffalo Valley, Inc. will be leading this group. All services of Wayne County Helping Hands are offered free of charge. An experienced drug and alcohol abuse counselor will be available EVERY Saturday of the month at 5 P.M. Jan. 2011 -(ojb) A.A. MEETS IN WAYNESBORO AT C.P. CHURCH A. A. meets every Thursday night at 8 P. M. at the Presbyterian Church in Waynesboro. Everyone is welcome. On the second Saturday Night of each month there is an eating/ speakers meeting at 7 P.M. Eat at 7 followed by speaking at 8 P.M. For more information call C.W.B. 731-695-2358 or Ron R. 931-762-5977. Aug. 2010 Thru July 2011-P. COUNTRY HAM BREAKFAST BEECH CREEK There will be a country ham breakfast every first Saturday morning of each month from 7 till 9 A.M. at the Beech Creek Fire Hall. Everyone is welcome. Jan. 12-19-26-(ojb)

SOUTH CENTRAL HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY LOOKING FOR FOSTER GRANDPARENTS!!! South Central Human Resource Agency is looking for Foster Grandparents! You must meet the following criteria: ~age 55 or older, ~within income guidelines, ~and willing to serve in your county school system. Fringe benefits include: ~one meal for each day served, ~transportation provided or mileage reimbursed, ~annual physicals, ~and compensation (termed stipend). The stipend does not affect SS, SSI, VA, Food Stamps, Public Housing or any other benefits currently received. Serious inquiries contact 931722-5995. Jan. 19-26, 2011-(ojb)


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REGULAR MTHLY. MTG. CYPRESS INN VFD. The regular monthly meeting of the Cypress Inn Volunteer Fire Department will be held on the 4th Monday of each month. APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED HEAD START PROGRAM The Head Start Program is now taking applications for pre-school children ages 3-4 for the 2010-11 school year. Head Start is a free child development program for children and their families.Families must meet financial eligibility requirements or require special needs. To apply you will need birth certificate, proof of income, (W2’s or last three paychecks), social security numbers (parents and child) optional, proof of current immunization and medical and/or insurance cards. You may apply at Wayne County Head Start Center, 537 Loyd Street in Waynesboro or call 722-9413.

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Waynesboro Green River Tabernacle GREEN RIVER ROAD Larry Janes, Pastor Sunday School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 A.M. Worship Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 A.M. Evangelistic Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 P.M. Wednesday Night Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 P.M.

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Alanie Henderson enjoyed playing putt-putt golf.

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Shawn Collins smiled for the camera as he got ready for the train ride.

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Ginger Garrard posed for a quick picture on the train ride.

On September 30, Mrs. Ashley’s Pre-K students traveled to Corinth, MS to visit Circle Y Pumpkin Patch. Pictured back row from left to right, Nolyn Staggs, Riley Baker, Rachel McClain, McKenzie Boucher, Dawson Culp, Ginger Garrard, Shawn Collins, Carson Durbin and Hayley Roe. Front from left Alanie Henderson, Lisa Moyers, Rosa Elvira, Aaron Billman, Taysean Johnson, Chase Eaton and Alex Ronchetti.

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Dawson Culp fed the goats at the petting zoo.

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If we had a crystal ball and could see into the future, we would not need to prepare ahead for end of life decisions. James was 62 years old when a stroke made it impossible for him to communicate with his family. Neither his wife nor children knew anything about his financial or medical information. James had always taken care of things himself and left no written directives in his behalf. Besides having to locate important documents, the family was left to make their own decisions about James long term care. The National Institute on Aging gives three simple, but important steps to putting your affairs in order: “Put your important papers and copies of legal documents in one place. You could set up a file, put everything in a desk or dresser drawer, or just list the information and location of papers in a notebook. If your papers are in a bank safe deposit box, keep copies in a file at home. Check each year to see if there’s anything new to add. Tell a trusted family member or friend where you put all your important papers. You don’t need to tell this friend or family member about your personal affairs, but someone should know where you keep your papers in case of emergency. If you don’t have a relative or friend you trust, ask a lawyer to help. Give consent in advance for your doctor or lawyer to talk with your caregiver as needed. There may be questions about your care, a bill, or a health insurance claim. Without your consent, your caregiver may not be able to get needed information. You can give your okay in advance to Medicare, a credit card company, your bank, or your doctor. You may need to sign and return a form.” National Institute on Aging http://www. ABOUT THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ELDER LAW ATTORNEYS Established in 1987, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) was formed to enhance the quality of legal services available to the elderly and people with special needs in the United States. Members of NAELA are attorneys who have demonstrated experience and training in working with the legal problems of aging Americans and disabled individuals. ABOUT HARWELL, PLANT & WILLIAMS, ATTORNEYS Established in 1974, Harwell, Plant & Williams has a long history of service to client and community. Our attorneys and professional staff offer a wide range of legal services to citizens and businesses throughout southern Middle Tennessee. Contact us at 762-7528 in Lawrenceburg, 363-6500 in Pulaski, or Toll-Free 877/460-6467


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Eastern gamagrass is examined by Clifton city manager Seth Sumner. HEALTHY GRASSLANDS AND FORESTS MEAN A HEALTHY TENNESSEE PART 1 Following is a special report from UT’s Institute of Agriculture.

Healthy farms and forests are good for all of

us. It’s part of our legacy. Losing them would be a little like losing our blues or our country music or our mountain scenery. It’s just part of what Tennessee can and should be—and historically was,” explains Dr. Pat Keyser, director of the Center for Native Grasslands Management and associate professor

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of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries. Tennessee’s native grasslands have largely disappeared, most before World War II. Grasses like big and little bluestem, indiangrass, eastern gamagrass and switchgrass used to cover millions of acres in Tennessee and the southeastern U.S. In fact, grasslands are probably the most imperiled type of natural community in the Southeast. They have dwindled to less than 1 percent of their original coverage, and those that remain are not healthy. Because grasslands were the easiest lands for pioneers to settle, they were the first to go under the plow. On the other hand, forested grasslands, like savannahs, have grown up into thick forests and the grasses were choked out. Tennessee still has some of these grasslands, but they are in small, isolated places across the state. Along with the loss of grasslands, we’ve lost plant diversity and wildlife habitat. “One of the telltale signs is that grassland birds have declined by 90 percent in the last half generation or so,” Keyser said. “That tells us that something is missing from our landscape. There’s a piece to the puzzle that’s not there any longer.” The Center for Native Grasslands Management, created in 2006 as a part of the Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries at the Institute of Agriculture, addresses the loss of this natural,

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FCS allocates $100,000 in scholastic support Applications now accepted for ag scholarship Farm Credit Services of Mid-America - a $16 billion ag lending cooperative serving farmers and rural America in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee - re-affirmed its commitment to educational success by making over $100,000 in scholarships available to students studying agriculture during the 2011 academic year. In addition to offering scholarships through the 4-H and FFA and several universities across the association’s four-state territory, Farm Credit awards 36 scholarships to FCS members or children of members who are majoring in agriculture at any four-year university. The values of the FCS scholarships are between $1,000 and $1,500 and are awarded based on academic record, leadership qualities, and community involvement. “For the last several years, we’ve offered scholarships to youth as a way to demonstrate our commitment to help prepare them for tomorrow’s world. As agriculture continues to grow and evolve, we want to make sure that the next generation of rural community leaders are at the forefront of the industry, and grow with it,” said Ed Yanos, chair of the Farm Credit Services of Mid-America board. The scholarships will be awarded to students choosing to pursue careers in agriculture and are part of the cooperative’s stewardship program which involves returning greater value to rural America by increasing the association’s investment in education and youth activities. The scholarships are available to FCS members, their dependents and spouses of the ag lending cooperative. The deadline to apply is February 28, 2011. Scholarships will be awarded in May.To apply, go online to and click on Community, then Scholarships to download the application. You may also call 1-800-444-3276 to talk to the local office about obtaining an application. About Farm Credit Services of Mid-America Farm Credit Services of Mid-America is a $16 billion financial services cooperative serving over 85,500 farmers, agribusinesses and rural residents in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee. The association provides loans for all farm and rural living purposes including real estate, operating, equipment and housing and related services such as crop insurance and vehicle, equipment and building leases. For more information about Farm Credit or the nearest FCS office, call 1-800444-FARM (3276) or visit them on the web at

renewable resource. Bringing back these grasslands will benefit the associated bird species, as well. Several studies being conducted by the center are designed to help make farms and forests more profitable, including those focused on forage systems, oak savannahs, and biofuel production. Much of the work of the center is conducted at the University of Tennessee’s AgResearch and Education Centers. One major initiative involves grazing studies being implemented at the Middle Tennessee, Highland Rim, Ames and Greeneville centers. Working with colleagues Dr. Gary Bates, professor of Plant Sciences; Dr. John Waller, associate professor, and Dr. Neal Schrick, professor, both of Animal Science; and Dr. Craig Harper, professor of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries, Keyser hopes

native grasses will give farmers an additional tool for improving livestock forage. An additional benefit would be the return of grassland birds. “If we can restore the grasslands themselves, then the almost inevitable result be that we will have the grasslands bird populations back,” he says. Another conservation effort, the National Bobwhite Quail Conservation Initiative (NBCI), is also now a part of the Institute of Agriculture. The institute was recently selected as the permanent home of the NBCI, thanks to the center’s efforts and reputation and its strong external partnerships with organizations like the Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) and the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA).

ARTHRITIS PAIN MAY KEEP PEOPLE WITH HEART DISEASE PHYSICALLY INACTIVE Arthritis may create an additional barrier to using physical activity to help people manage their heart disease, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Adults with both heart disease and arthritis are significantly more likely to be physically inactive than those with heart disease alone, the study said. The study in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR), found that arthritis is common among those having heart disease. Approximately 57 percent of adults with heart disease have arthritis. “Engaging in regular physical activity can help reduce arthritis pain and improve joint function, which in turn can help people with heart disease get more active and better manage both conditions,” said Chad Helmick, M.D., a CDC medical epidemiologist

and coauthor of the study. “Unfortunately, many people living with both arthritis and heart disease seldom or never exercise because they may be unsure about which activities are safe and worry about aggravating their joint or heart problems,” said Janet Collins, Ph.D., director of CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. “These fears are readily addressed by good information, consultation with their doctor, evidencebased programs, and

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strong social support.” Nationwide, 14.1 million adults have heart disease. Inactive persons with heart disease who increase activity benefit from improved physical function and lowered blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels. Jointfriendly activities, such as walking, swimming, and biking, and specially tailored self-management education and exercise programs are safe and can improve health for adults with both conditions. For more information on joint-friendly exercise programs, visit CDC’s arthritis website at http:// intervention. For general information about heart disease, visit CDC’s heart disease website at heartdisease.

Gospel Singing The new Thread Of Hope will be singing at Turkey Creek Union Church at 11 A.M. on Sunday, January 30th for a 5th Sunday singing. Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Pastor Kilburn extends a welcome invitation to everyone to attend.

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If You Own A 1999 Or Newer GM GM Vehicle, You May Qualify For An Y Extra $1000 Rebate On Many R A U N JA Of Our New GM GM Cars Or Trucks.


Also many models have extra rebates if you Ànance with Ally Bank. SALE ABSOLUTELY ENDS JANUARY 31ST! 2011 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE

MSRP $40,795 GMC Rebate $2,000 Discount $3,000





Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*


MSRP $35,275 Chevy Rebate $2,500 Discount $2,800

MSRP $31,415 Chevy Rebate $2,500 Discount $2,500



Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*



Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*



MSRP $34,285 GMC Rebate $2,500 Discount $2,500



Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*



MSRP $23,220 Chevy Rebate $2,500 Discount $1,500



Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*




Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*

MSRP $37,480 Chevy Rebate $2,000 Discount $1,500





MSRP $34,205 Buick Rebate $4,000 Discount $2,000



Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*

MSRP $26,640 Chevy Rebate $5,000 Discount $1,700



Qualifies for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates*

*Disclaimer for Owner Loyalty & Ally Rebates- Customers owning a 1999 or newer GM Vehicle qualify and do not have to trade it in. Some Ally Rebates are available if you finance with Ally Bank while others require a credit score less than 580.

These cars are being offered wholesale to the public at near or below cost and these prices will not be negotiated. MC853A2..........’07 Chevy Silverado Max Crew, 4x4.......$14,902 F-612..................’10 Chevrolet Malibu...........................$12,900 F-569..................’10 Chevrolet Equinox...........................$20,950 F-551B...............’07 Chevrolet Equinox...........................$13,950 F-603..................’07 Cadillac STS....................................$17,900 F-550.................’07 Buick Lucerne.................................$14,950 MC825A...........’07 Toyota FJ Cruiser.............................$19,950 F-598.................’07 Saturn Outlook..................................$19,980 BK226A2...........’06 Pontiac GTO.....................................$16,950 F-568A..............’06 Nissan Titan......................................$12,500 MC874A1.........’03 Jeep Wrangler......................................$11,800 F-585..................’07 GMC Yukon..................................$24,950 S-323..................’07 GMC Sierra Crew Cab 4x4............$20,900 CC452B..............’09 Ford Fusion SEL..............................$14,900 F-601..................’07 Dodge Charger..................................$11,600 F-580..................’07 Chrysler PT Cruiser........................$7,500 F-597..................’09 Chrysler PT Cruiser........................$9,880 F-582..................’09 Chrysler 300 Touring........................$16,500 S-327..................’07 GMC Sierra Crew Cab 4x4.............$22,900 F-548A..............’08 Ford Edge SEL..................................$18,900

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