Wednesday, April 27, 2011
No. 40 - Vol. 153 - Waynesboro, TN Two Sections - Twenty-four Pages
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Flash Flood Watch Issued Through 12 A.M. Thursday
Heavy Rain And Strong Winds Down Trees, Create Power Outages
Local Serviceman Delivers Sunrise Service In Kabul, Afghanistan Chaplin Major Gary A. Anderson, Chaplain for the 26th “Yankee” Brigade, Task Force Yankee, delivered the Sunrise Service on Easter Sunday in Kabul, Afghanistan. Anderson a Waynesboro, Tennessee resident recently joined Task Force Yankee and preformed his first service on Easter Sunday. The 26th “Yankee” Brigade provides command and control, security and support operations for the nearly 9,000 U.S. and coalition forces operating in the capital region. (U.S. Army Photo by Spc. Steven C. Eaton Task Force Yankee Public Affairs).
Clifton Commissioners Make No Decision On Water Line Expansion By Jeana Gunter The City of Clifton held their regular Board of Commissioners meeting on April 18, 2011. ViceMayor Robert Culp called the meeting to order. Invocation was given by Clifton City Manager C. Seth Sumner. He prayed for those in the Clifton community. He also prayed for Holly Bobo’s safe return home unharmed and for the person responsible for her abduction to be brought to justice. The prayer was followed by the pledge of allegiance then roll call. Mayor Tommy Boyd was absent. Vice-Mayor Robert Culp and board members: Eva Ruth Warren, David Primm, and Clyde Carroll were present for the meeting. Next, the board discussed approval of the minutes from the March meeting. Board member David Primm made the motion and Clyde Carroll gave the second for the motion to be approved. Motion was approved. Then the board moved on to the new business on the agenda from the audience. Donnie Warren brought pictures. He said Brown-Forman will be
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expanding their property to make it about one third larger. They are building a kiln and will need water. Vice-Mayor Culp asked City Manager C. Seth Sumner if he had discussed water with them before. Sumner said that he had a few months prior. They told him they needed the water but could not afford it. The board then discussed the use of grant money that had been awarded to run a water line down Highway 114 toward the stave mill. The city would like to use the current grant instead of applying for a new one. They are working with Rob Ragans who is compiling a master list of contacts for the land owners in the Ross Creek Farms development. He is having some success. Mr. Sumner has already had nine individuals who are interested in helping to defray the cost of running the water line contact him. There are a total of ninety-two landowners in the Ross Creek Farms area. They could build their own infrastructure but without city water going to the private property there would be no reason. Commissioner
Eva Ruth Warren stated that the city should consider long term, ten years down the road about the costs and benefits of installing the waterline. Even though the match is large, so is the amount of money it would take to complete the project. (Continued On Page Three)
By Jeana Gunter
A flash flood watch was issued for Wayne County on Tuesday, April 26, 2011. The
Two Arrested After Home Burglarized In Waynesboro Area By Jeana Gunter
On Monday, April 11, 2011 around 2:36 pm Anthony Pettigo of 103 Rocky Top Lane in Waynesboro made a 911 call to report that his home had been burglarized. He stated that two televisions had been stolen. Cpl Henry Williams of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the location and arrived at 3:05 pm. Cpl Williams took pictures of the scene and compiled a list describing the items which were stolen. These items included a Hitachi 50” HDTV valued at $800, 53” Sony projection television valued at $400, as well as, two Magnavox DVD players and four movies valued at $150.
After leaving the residence, Cpl Williams was informed that 911 dispatchers had received a call from Mr. Pettigo. He stated that someone had told him where his property was. Cpl Williams along with Investigator Kenneth Martin and Investigator Cameron McDonald with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office went to the residence. They spoke with Mr. Pettigo about the location of the stolen property. Cpl Williams and Investigator McDonald then traveled to 196 Coble Lane in Waynesboro where they found Eddie Dean Staggs and Henry Marshall Murphy. All items were (Continued On Page Five)
National Weather Service in Nashville stated that a flash flood watch remains in effect through 12 A.M. Thursday, April 28, 2011. The storm brought damage on Tuesday with trees and power lines down in some areas due to high winds. Wayne County Emergency Management Director Robert Farris confirmed, “Yes the damage the
county experienced on Monday night was due to strong winds. And we also have more strong storms possible through Tuesday and Wednesday. Flooding could be a problem. There is also some potential for long track tornados.” Several rounds of
storms are expected to bring heavy rainfall to Middle TN. Rainfall is (Continued On Page Fifteen)
C’wood Woman Victim Of Gunshot By Jeana Gunter
On Sunday, April 24, 2011 Wayne County 911 dispatchers received a call reporting that an elderly female had suffered a fatal gunshot wound. The call was made by the husband of the victim from their residence which is located inside the Collinwood city limits. Collinwood Police Department’s Lt. David Martin responded to the scene at 303 East Park Street in Collinwood. LeAnne Linville Brewer, age sixty-three was found
in her home. According to Investigator Shang Rippy, all indications pointed to an apparent self-inflicted gunshot injury. A full investigation into the shooting is underway by Investigator Rippy who has been assigned to the case. He stated that it would be a week or so before his reports will be complete.
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Where have you seen this tree? It is located just off the square at the corner of South High and Jones Lane. This is the location of Dr. Johnny Bates former dental practice. This beautiful Kwansan Japanese flowering cherry tree welcomes spring each year. The flowers make large pink clusters that cover the entire canopy of the tree. Many people have stopped to admire and ask about the tree’s name. Dr. Bates is proud of this tree and the pleasure that it has brought to others. Remember him when you see this magnificent tree. Apr. 27, 2011-(ojb)
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This is of concern. The money would also have to come from the City’s water fund. City Manager Sumner discussed the tap fee next. He said the city can recover the cost from tap fees and the sale of water once the residents tap on. The county has also spoke about contributing to the expansion of water lines. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren stated that they should all work together and stay positive. Vice-Mayor Culp then moved on to old business. On the second reading of the Historic Zoning Ordinance, City Manager C. Seth Sumner explained changes which needed to be made. The language of the previous ordinances needs to cleaned up. In one ordinance a zone was specifically referred back to a map that has not been found. This map is supposed to identify the boundaries as they were originally laid out in the historic zone. Vice-Mayor Robert Culp asks for a motion. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren gives the motion. Commissioner Clyde Carroll gives the second. Motion is passed. In new business, the board discussed a natural gas rate increase. The gas fund has been found insolvent and must raise their rates, as found in a recent gas
rate study conducted by the Municipal Technical Advisory Service. MTAS recommends a twentyfive percent increase to administer a solvent and viable natural gas system for the City of Clifton. The increase would only be enough to bring in an amount less than ten thousand per year over expenses. The increase is to insure the city does not go into the red in the coming years. Natural gas consumption has decreased even through the recent harsh winters and has caused an issue with solvency of the fund. The increase would become effective June 1, 2011. The motion to pass the increase is given by Commissioner Clyde Carroll. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren gives the second. There are three votes to approve and one no. The motion is approved on a majority three to one vote and it passes on the first reading. In other new business, City Manager C. Seth Sumner would like authorization to discontinue the city’s contract with insurance company AE Reynolds. He has found that the city can work directly with the risk management pool. They can report straight to the TN Municipal League Risk Management Pool therefore cutting out the middle man. The City of Clifton can save six to seven thousand dollars a year
which is substantial savings. The money can be put toward other projects. Commissioner Eva Ruth Warren makes the motion to approve the authorization. Commissioner Clyde Carroll seconds the motion. The motion is passed. Next month’s meeting was scheduled on May 16th which also happens to be Frank Hughes’ high school graduation. So the board will hold their next meeting on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. Department reports are given next. Clifton Fire Chief Randy Burns discusses the repairs needing to be made to the fire station. On the side of the fire hall he would like to build a retaining wall to slope towards and step down to the back of the building to carry off excess rain water. Then some planting can be done in the area of where the retaining wall is built. Chief Burns says that he thinks the inmates will be able to complete the retaining wall. The city would only be out the cost of the concrete and rebar. He stated that the project needs to be done very soon. Clifton Fire Department also had their benefit over the weekend. They reported that they had raised over $3200 towards the purchase of an Air Pack Refill Station the unit is used to refill air packs of self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBA), which are the combination of the air pack and face mask worn on a firefighter’s back. Clifton firefighters currently have to go to Collinwood or Waynesboro to refill their breathing packs. Having a way to refill the packs would be much more convenient and cut down on response time because every second counts. The Chief expressed appreciation to everybody for coming out for the weekend. He stated that he would also like have an inmate on one of the line crews to paint a mural on the side of the fire hall. The inmate is a very good artist and the mural would go on the wall facing the post office so that people could see it coming into
town. The mural would feature the Fireman’s Emblem in the middle, City of Clifton at the top, and Fire Department at the bottom. Chief Burns will take the matter before the historic zoning commission. City of Clifton Chief of Police Byron Skelton stated that his department had two for in-service this week. This has left them a little shorthanded but that that they would still be filling the shifts. Wastewater plant manager stated that everything was running smoothly. Clifton City Manager Sumner discussed the Wayne County Hazard Mitigation plan being accepted by the state. This will allow the community to be able to implement the plan and apply for future grants. The City also has a new phone system. Calls will automatically be directed to the individual employee’s phone resulting in more efficient administration and handling of communications. Clifton has switched its cell phone service to Verizon Wireless for better coverage and to decrease current phone expenses. They have improved coverage important for checking weather, and being able to communicate during emergencies. In the next three weeks, the City Manager will be giving final numbers to the Water Wastewater Finance Board. The city’s water and sewer system was insolvent over the past two years and the city representative is summoned July 14, 2011 to go before the board. City Manager C. Seth Sumner is hoping that they will be satisfied with the increase that had to be voted in and that the Board of Commissioner’s action this past year was enough to keep the state from demanding higher water rates. The Clifton Supermarket called and stated they were still waiting on their TIC number. They were supposed to have it two weeks ago.
City Manager Sumner called Deputy Speaker McDaniel’s office, who called the revenue office that handles the issue of tax ids. The issue should be cleared up so in a couple weeks the grocery store should be opening. The City Manager has been working on the 2012 budget. He stated that the first few weeks in May he will still be working on the budget. He told department heads to come to him with any concerns or input on the budget so that he can try to work them in. Sumner also announced that High Street has now officially been changed to Mt. Tabor Church Street. The city has sent letters to all residents on the street. E911 and the Clifton Post Office have also updated their information. The city’s municipal codes also need to be updated. They have not been reviewed since 1999. The City Manager stated that the job should be handled every year. It will be an 18 month process since the task has been put off so long. The least expensive way of handling the overhaul is to allow MTAS attorneys to complete it. City Manager Sumner stated an intolerable lack of efficiency by not having updated codification. Tennessee Department of Transportation Aeronautics Office has the revisions of the appraisals for the Clifton Airport Authority’s light sites. The Airport Authority is merely waiting on the
revisions and verification to move forward. Light sights are the key to getting the airport up and running and being able to make any improvements. City Manager Sumner stated that it is closer than it’s ever been. Mayor Tommy Boyd and City Manager Sumner attended a luncheon that was held at the Turney Center Annex. The luncheon included representatives from all the surrounding areas who are participating in the inmate work program. They discussed how this year’s Department of Corrections budget currently does not include funding for public service crew guards. From fortythree to forty-nine guard jobs are proposed to be cut around the state. Mr. Sumner has been working diligently to interrupt the budget process to keep the public service crew guard positions in the budget and has spoken with Commissioner Schofield, state representatives and state senators making his case. Ultimately, this decision will be handled either by the legislators or the executive. The last item for the meeting was the Clifton City Announcements for upcoming events given by City Manager Sumner. Then ViceMayor Culp called for the meeting to be adjourned.
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Kenneth C. (Kenny) Christian Kenneth Charles (Kenny) Christian of Westpoint, TN was born April 25, 1945 in Collinwood, Tennessee, the son of the late Harry and Marie Shipman Christian. He was united in marriage to Alice Elois Risner on December 2, 1969 and she preceded him in death on May 20, 2007. Mr. Christian was the owner of Christian Forest Products, former truck driver for Angelica Corporation and Hassell and Hughes Lumber Company, and was a former gas station owner/operator. Mr. Christian departed this life on Monday, April 18, 2011 at the home of his niece in Cypress Inn, Tennessee at the age of 65 Years, after a short illness. He is survived by sons, John Christian of Westpoint, Rocky Daniel of Waynesboro, TN, Ricky L. Tilley of Nashville, TN, Randy D. Tilley of Cookeville, TN; grandchildren, Tara Christian Crews, Brenson and Britney Berry, Jessica, Nicole, Conner, Brandon, and Aubree Daniel; great-grandchildren, Ann Marie Crews, Abrianna Berry, and Natalee Binion; a sister, Juanell Christian Moore of Cypress Inn; several nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Janice Burbank of Florence, AL. In addition to his wife and parents, Mr. Christian was preceded in death by a daughter, Lora Christian Berry; and a sister, Shirley Christian Brewer. Services were held on Thursday, April 21 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel, Collinwood, with John Allen Berry, John McDonald, and Josh Stults officiating. Masonic rites were given. Burial was in Memorial Garden, Collinwood. Pallbearers were Brenson Berry, Josh Crews, Bronson Berry, Christian Roberson, Justin Brewer, John McDonald. Honorary pallbearers were Gary Brewer, Raleigh Risner and Tim Moore. Apr. 27-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Mary Frances Hardin Mary Frances McCasland Hardin was born in Hardin County, Tennessee the daughter of the late William Adley and Jessie Madras Wilson McCasland. On May 12, 1943 she was united in marriage to Billy Gipson (Gip) Hardin, who preceded his wife in death on July 11, 2008. Mrs. Hardin loved to cook, gardening, and flowers. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was a member of the Mt. View Church of Christ. Mrs. Hardin departed this life on Monday, April 18, 2011 at the age of 87 years. Mrs. Hardin is survived by a son, Jimmy Lynn Hardin and friend Jo Hazel Dickson of Savannah, Tennessee; two daughters, Phyllis Bullard and husband Dan, and Regina “Bug” Cromwell all of Savannah; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Janice Hardin Davis; a son, Sammy Truman Hardin; a brother, W.A. (Al) McCasland, Jr. Services were held on April 22 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Joe Paul Bryant officiating. Burial followed in the Mt. Carmel Cemetery at Hardin County. Apr. 27-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Alford William Griggs Funeral services for Alford William Griggs, 84, of Lawrenceburg, TN were conducted April 21, 2011 at 3 P.M. from Loretto Memorial Chapel with Ray Watkins officiating. Burial was in Copeland Cemetery. Mr. Griggs passed away Tuesday, April 19 at Wayne Care Nursing Home after an extended illness. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Billy John Kilpatrick Funeral services for Billy John Kilpatrick, 83, of Hohenwald, TN were conducted Saturday, April 23, 2011 at McDonald Funeral Home, Inc. in Hohenwald with Kyle Conner and Jerry McDonald officiating. Burial followed in the Davis-Oak Cemetery at Hohenwald. Mr. Kilpatrick died Thursday, April 21 at his residence. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Alta Christene Eaton Sherrill
Funeral services for Alta Christene Eaton Sherrill, age 74 of St. Joseph, TN were held Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at 3 P.M. from Cromwell Crossroads Church with Earl Rich and Greg Eaton officiating. Burial followed in Cromwell Crossroads Cemetery. Mrs. Sherrill passed away Sunday, April 24, 2011 at Maury Regional Hospital after a brief illness. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Betty Hager Matthews
Betty Hager Matthews passed away Wednesday, April 20, 2011 in Waynesboro, Tennessee at Wayne Medical Center at the age of 65 years. Services were held at Kaul Funeral Home in Roseville, Michigan with burial following in Cadillac Memorial Gardens in Utica, MI. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Leanne Linville Brewer Leanne Linville Brewer of Collinwood, TN was born March 4, 1948 in Waynesboro, Tennessee, the daughter of the late Lawrence Leander Linville, Jr. and Helen Kimbrough Linville. She was united in marriage to Leon Patrick Brewer on June 7, 1981. Mrs. Brewer was a supervisor at the State Department of Education and was a member of the Wayne County Bible Center in Waynesboro. Mrs. Brewer departed this life on April 24, 2011 at her home at the age of 63 Years. She is survived by her husband, Pat Brewer, Collinwood; sons, Patrick Brewer and wife, Misty, Lutts, TN, and Winn Brewer, Washington, DC; granddaughter, Mandy Brewer; step-daughters, Lisa McFall, Brentwood, TN, Sissy Brewer, Nashville, TN; sister, Raye Nash and husband, Warner, Lawrenceburg, TN. A graveside service was held on Tuesday, April 26, at 4 P.M. at Greenwood Cemetery in Waynesboro with Leo Doyle officiating. Burial followed with Shackelford Funeral Directors, Waynesboro directing. Pallbearers were Patrick Brewer, Winn Brewer, Jeff Foster, Adam Robertson, Cody Blalock, and Derrick Keeton. Apr. 27-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Apr. 27, 2011
Former Wayne Co. Resident Named Legionnaire Of Year The Clyde O. Bratten Lebanon Post 15 of the American Legion is an active and proud supporter of the mission
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Post 15 American Legion Commander Don Fox, pictured left, is shown presenting the Bernie Bass Legionaire of the Year Award to Legion State Historian Jim D. Henderson, at right. to support the active the largest veterans servitroops and veterans, ce organization, lobbying and teach citizenship daily for veterans in both and leadership to the the State Legislature and youth of the community. Washington D.C. The Lebanon Post 15 has American Legion has initiated the Bernie Bass always been on the front Legionnaire of the Year line representing fellow Award to pay tribute veterans of foreign wars and honor to the Post’s and the cold war. “We outstanding member not only serve as lobbyist for the year. The 2010 for veterans, but we also award is awarded to support all active military Jim Henderson who personnel, veterans, tirelessly gave his time and the community in and effort to bring the many ways, some of community together which are: Boys/Girls in patriotic salutes to State, Citizenship, Flag those veterans who gave Etiquette, Children and their all for our freedom Youth scholarships, Junior by coordinating and ROTC, Junior Shooting, leading the effort for the Oratorical Contests, Memorial Day Ceremony National Security & and by honoring all Foreign Relations, of the veterans on POW/MIA Advocacy, Veteran’s Day with the Veterans Affairs and Parade and Courthouse Rehabilitation, Homeless Ceremony. The Post Veterans, GI Bill, Veteris honored to present ans Career Centers, and Lieutenant Colonel Jim many more.” D. Henderson (USAF Most importantly, ret.) with the Bernie the American Legion Bass Award for the year members work one on 2010. Jim not only is one with veteran’s who responsible for the success don’t know which way of Memorial Day and to turn or whom to turn Veteran’s Day tributes, to regarding veteran’s but also is active as the benefits or if simply “in State Historian for the need”. Tennessee Department of Mr. Henderson has the Legion and diligently served as Historian for displays his commitment the state for three terms by his attendance and has held various and participation offices in the American throughout the year. Legion including that Post 15 appreciates the of Commander for five example set by Jim. years. Colonel Henderson The Bernie Bass Award is a 1957 graduate of is named after a great Wayne County High warrior who not only School and holds both served his country as the Bachelor of Arts a fighter pilot in more Degree from Cumberland than one war, but also University and the Master was a great military of Business Degree with leader in command honors. He is a retired positions during wartime. Air Force Officer with Following his active 31 years service and is service, Colonel Bass married to the former worked tirelessly for his Beverly A. Johnston of fellow veterans as a leader Lebanon, TN, where they in the Lebanon Post 15 reside. of the American Legion. Submitted The American Legion is Commander Don Fox
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Collinwood High School To Host District 12A Softball Tourney
Board Of Education Collecting Old Photos Collinwood High School will host the District 12A softball tournament for the first time in school history. The tournament will begin Tuesday, May 3 and continue through championship night, Friday, May 13. CHS team members include Abby Blalock, Gretchen Greer, Caleigh Smith, Kaylee Smith, Shaina McFall, Ashley Farmer, Katie Hanback, Alana Hill, MaKenzie Rich, Anna Hill, Kassandria Cruz, Nikki Dee Robertson, Chloe Holt, Whitney Butler and Taylor Brewer. Coaches are Ragan Greer, Matt Retherford and Daphne Robertson. Collinwood High School softball team and boosters organization would like to express a huge thank you to the community and parents for their support to our program this year and in the past. We are thankful to be blessed with such support, and you are what has made this possible. Collinwood softball team and coaches are extremely thankful for their facilities and take pride in representing their school and community. We encourage you to come out and continue to support your teams throughout the tournament. Apr. 27, 2011-(ojb)
Congratulations to These Five They are the Great-Grandsons of: The late Cicero & Pauline (Jackson) Blackburn ~Tyler Jonathan Luna - 6th - Adamsville Elementary School, Adamsville, TN ~Dillon Keith Blackburn - 8th - Waynesboro Middle School, Waynesboro, TN ~David Cameron Blackburn - 12th - FHHS, Clifton, TN ~Lucas Edward Pippenger - 12th - WCHS, Waynesboro, TN ~Randall Todd Pippenger - 4 Years College Washington University, St. Louis, MO Their Great Aunt Is: Annie Mae (Blackburn) Davis - WCHS Class of 1958
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recovered at this location. Eddie Staggs and Henry Marshall Murphy were apprehended in the woods along the Natchez Trace. They were transported to the Wayne County Jail where they were both charged with Theft over $1,000 and Aggravated Burglary.
The Wayne County Board of Education has been collecting photos of old Wayne County school buildings. They currently have a few but would love to add more to the collection. The school board has displayed the photos for viewing in the meeting room. The project is to help the community stay connected to its roots and rich history. There were over fifty-seven schools in the county during the early years. Most children had to walk to school so typically each community would have a small school building for its students. This is a list of the schools located in Wayne County. If you or someone you know attended any of these schools, please look through your old photographs. Barnett, Bates, Bear Creek, Bevis, Blowing Springs, Butler, Cedar Grove, Chalk Creek, Chapel, Cheatham, Conway, Crossroads, Daniel, Darby, Darnell,
City of Waynesboro Spring CleanupWeek The City of Waynesboro is sponsoring “Spring Cleanup”, beginning May 2 Thru 6th 2011. In order to assist the citizens in their Spring Cleaning, the City of Waynesboro will collect and dispose of many unwanted materials, except hazardous waste, at no cost to the citizens. Now, is the time to clean out that garage and prune those trees. Place the unwanted materials by the street and the City will remove it. Please keep brush and landscaping debris separate from other unwanted items, as different items will be disposed of in different manners. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the overwhelming demand, the City of Waynesboro must limit the amount of material collected to ONE LOAD per customer. Additional loads will be charged at $25.00 per load. Pickups will be done so by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please contact City Hall (722-5458) in order to schedule pickup. No new appointments will be scheduled after May 6, 2011. Pickup beyond the dates listed above or for multiple loads will be at the Normal Charge of $25.00 per load.
Friends and fellow classmates of Wayne County High School’s Class of 1962 will have our 49th year reunion at Bradley’s Restaurant at 6:00 P.M. on May 28th, 2011. Come one, come all and enjoy. For any information or to answer questions contact Carl Whitehead at 931-722-9134.
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Dodd, Double Branch, Factory School, Fairview, Flat Gap, Forty-eight Creek Bridge School, Forty-eight Creek School, Friendship, Gilchrist, Grassy Creek, Haynes Spring, Highland, Holly Creek, Holt, Houston, Hurricane, Indian Creek, Johnson, McGlamery, Martins Mills, Mayberry, McCrory, McFalls, Millrock, Morrow Valley, Mount Hope, Philadelphia, Phillips, Pope, Rasbury, Rayburn, Rocky Point, Rose, Scott, Shady Grove, Shawnettee, Sweaney, Topsy, Walker, and Whitten Schools, and any schools that are not listed.
The Board already has pictures of the following schools: Pinhook, the Old WCHS Building, Frank Hughes College and the Rosenwald School. If you do not have any photos, please continue to pass along the information. Even to those who no longer reside in Wayne County. Old yearbooks often have photos of the school inside so please review those if you have them. A good copy is needed but if there is some discoloration that can be adjusted. There is also a web site for those of you who would like to view (Continued On Page Fifteen)
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Society News Celebrate 65th Anniversary
C. F. and Imogene Kelly celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on March 24th. They have three children, Kenneth Kelly, Brenda White and Barbara Doggett. They also five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Apr. 27, 2011-P.
Allied Arts Club Meets The Waynesboro Allied Art Club met April 19, at Golden Goodies. Marla Beavers and Patsy Pope served as hostesses. The meeting opened with the group repeating the pledge to the flag and the club collect. After the roll call and minutes of the March meeting were read, the business meeting was held. Plans to participate in “Relay For Life,” aiding with replacements at city park and awarding the scholarship fund were finalized. Toopie Stooksberry, Program Chairman, reviewed several books that have been on the best seller list during the last several months. A delicious dessert
plate of strawberry cake and chocolate covered strawberries was served to those mentioned and Sue Hickman, Gloria Hasting, Hilda Haggard, Angela French, Sarah Cook, Ava Barnett, Dianne Ramsey, Sandra Pitts, and Dean Stegall. --Submitted
Revival Set May 1 Thru 4 C’wood Church A gospel revival will be held at Collinwood Church of God beginning Sunday, May 1 and continuing through Wednesday, May 4. Nick McSpaddin will be the evangelist. Sunday services will be held at 11 A.M. and 6 P.M. Monday through Wednesday services will be at 7 P.M. each night. Everyone is invited.
REMINDER Collinwood High School Class of 1966 We are meeting again on Thursday, April 28th at 6:00 P.M. at Collinwood Methodist Church. Also classmates, please get your cards in the mail to Jerry Whitten. Our Reunion will be held on May 7th.
Honored By Chamber For Outstanding Commitment
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The Wayne County Chamber recently recognized Gina Eason for outstanding commitment and service as a member of its board of directors. Serving as Secretary/ Treasurer, Gina has been instrumental in the success of past chamber activities and functions. Although the board had to say good-bye to her, she remains active in the chamber and the community. Pictured is present Secretary/ Treasurer Stephen Milligan of CSCC-Clifton presenting Gina Eason with an appreciation plaque on behalf of the chamber.
Burns Chapel To Dedicate New Church This Sunday May 1, will be the last worship service in the present building at Burns Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, located on Highway 13, South of Collinwood. A dedication service will be held at the new church building on Saturday, May 7 beginning at 3 P.M. and the first worship service, in the new building, will be on Sunday, May 8th. The public is invited to attend either or all of these services.
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Notice of the Availability of an Environmental Assessment And Preliminary Notice of Potential Conversion of Flood Plains
The USDA, Rural Utilities Service has received an application for financial assistance from the City of Waynesboro. As required by the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rural Utilities Service has prepared an Environmental Assessment that evaluated the potential environmental effects and consequences of the proposed project. This notice announces the availability of the Environmental Assessment for public review and comment. This notice also informs the public that the proposed improvements may involve construction in areas that contain Flood Plains. The proposed consist of the construction of improvements to the waste water treatment plant. If implemented, the proposed project may convert flood plains. The purpose of this notice is to inform the public of the availability of the environmental assessment and the proposed conversion of flood plains and request comments concerning the proposed project, alternative sites or actions that would avoid these impacts, and methods that could be used to minimize these impacts. The alternatives to the proposed action were to “do nothing” or to reduce sewer flows to the existing wastewater treatment plant. Copies of the Environmental Assessment are available for review at Rural Development. 237 Waterloo Street, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464. For further information contact Steven D. Shelton at (931) 762-6913. Any person interesting in commenting on this proposed project should submit comments to the address above by May 27, 2011. A general location map of the proposal is shown below.
Card Of Thanks The family of John Stricklin would like to thank everyone for the love and support we received after the loss of our loved one. We say thanks for all the food, cards, flowers, money, and all the other things that were sent to the family. We were touched to see so many people at the visitation and the funeral. We say thanks to Shackelford Funeral Directors, the pallbearers and all of the Masonic Lodges for everything they did for us. Also, thanks to the Wayne County EMS staff for being a special group of individuals. Apr. 27-P. CITY OF WAYNESBORO BID NOTICE The City of Waynesboro is now accepting bids for the construction of a canopy top and concrete slab at the Tennessee Container Building. Specifications as follows: 20 x 80 Covered Loading Area, 5” Concrete Slab 20x60, Roof must be metal, Joist/rafters must be steel, Must be attached to existing structure, Must include all labor, materials, licenses, insurance, fees and etc. The City of Waynesboro has the right to accept or deny any bid for any reason. The bids must be submitted by noon on Friday, May 13, 2011, and will be opened immediately. Bids will be presented to the Waynesboro City Commission at their regular meeting on Monday, May 23, 2011, at 7:00 P.M. Direct all bids to: City of Waynesboro, Attn: Tn. Container Bids, P.O. Box 471, Waynesboro, TN 38485. Questions: Contact John Hickman for exact specs Phone: 931-722-5458 Fax: (931) 722-9109 Apr. 27-May 4, 2011
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Patricia Jennifer Wilsdorf and Colby Patrick Holder, together with their parents, announce their upcoming marriage. The wedding ceremony will be held Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 4 o’clock P.M. at the First Baptist Church in Linden, Tenn. A reception will be held at the Perry County Community Center immediately following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Patricia W. Bell and the late Clark Wilsdorf of Linden. She is the granddaughter of Oma Dean Jackson and the late Nathan Jackson and Charles “Lindy” and Mildred Wilsdorf all of Linden. Tish graduated from Perry County High School and the University of Tennessee. She is a lawyer at Harvill & Associates, P.C. in Centerville, TN. The groom is the son of Charles and Patricia Holder of Clifton. He is the grandson of the late Carl Junior Pevahouse and the late Bonnie Pevahouse, both formerly of Clifton, and the late Hugh “Pete” and Pauline Holder of Clifton. Colby is a graduate of Frank Hughes High School and has completed certification as a lineman through his employer. He is employed with AT&T in Iuka, Miss. All friends and family are invited. Invitations will only be sent to guests outside of Perry and Wayne counties. Apr. 27, May 4, 2011-P.
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Guest Speaker Waynesboro Rotary
Kyle Horton, pictured at right, was the guest speaker at the April 5th meeting of the Waynesboro Rotary Club. Kyle who is the Physical Therapist at Wayne Medical Center, spoke to the group on proper lifting techniques and other needs related to Physical Therapy. He was the guest of Wayne Medical Center CEO and Rotarian Mike Sears, who was in charge of the program. Rotary meets each Tuesday at 12 noon at Bradleyâ€™s Restaurant in Waynesboro.
April Is Proclaimed Sexual Assault Awareness Month
County Executive Jason Rich recently proclaimed April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Looking on is Nina Morey representing WRAP (Womenâ€™s Resource & Rape Assistance Program).
Proclamation Whereas, Sexual Assault Awareness Month is intended to draw attention to the fact that sexual violence is widespread and has public health implications for every community member of Wayne County, Tennessee; and Whereas, sexual assault, and sexual harassment impact our community as seen by statistics indicating that one in five women will have experienced sexual assault by the time they complete college (Fisher, Cullen, & Turner, 2000); and Whereas, We must work together to educate our community about what can be done to prevent sexual assault and how to support survivors; and Whereas, Staff and volunteers of Wo/Menâ€™s Resource & Rape Assistance Program (WRAP) encourage every person to speak out when witnessing acts of violence however
small; and Whereas, With leadership, dedication, and encouragement, there is compelling evidence that we can be successful in reducing sexual violence in Wayne County, Tennessee through prevention education, increased awareness, and holding perpetrators who commit acts of violence responsible for their actions; and Whereas, Wayne County strongly supports the efforts of national, state, and local partners, and of every citizen to actively engage in public and private efforts, including conversations about what sexual violence is, how to prevent it, how to help survivors connect with services, and how every segment of our society can work together to better address sexual violence. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That, Wayne County Mayor Jason Rich and
City of Waynesboro Mayor Robert Vencion, join anti-sexual violence advocates and support service programs in the belief that all community members must be part of the solution to end sexual violence. Along with the United States Government and State of Tennessee, we do hereby proclaim April as â€œSexual Assault Awareness Month!â€? Wayne County Mayor, Jason Rich City of Waynesboro Mayor Robert Vencion
Annual â€œSpring Showsâ€? Thru Apr. 29 W.E.S. â€œMr. Larryâ€™sâ€? â€œFinal Spring Fling Showsâ€? will be held through April 29th, at Waynesboro Elementary School, starring the W.E.S. students in grades 1-4! Everyone is WELCOME! Students will perform as follows: First Grade: Friday, April 29 Ellen Bruce 11:30 till 12:30. Third Grade: Thursday, April 28, Tara Hollis, 1:30-2:30 and Friday, April 29, Jancy Beckham, 1:30-2:30. Fourth Grade: Wednesday, April 27, Sherry Nutt, 9-10 and Friday, April 29, Nicole Bowling, 9-10.
Bloodmobile Set For May 6 Câ€™wood High Old Glory waves proudly from my porch because thereâ€™s Country in my Blood. I salute Americaâ€™s veterans and active duty military personnel because thereâ€™s Country in my blood. The simple, folk lyrics of country music tug at my heartstrings because thereâ€™s Country in my Blood. Itâ€™s the same blood donated freely to help save lives through the American Red Cross. Is there country in your blood? Join the American Red Cross and the country music industry in its efforts to boost blood donations. Help give someone another chance to salute the stars and stripes or another chance to hum the tunes of a favorite country artist. Every two seconds someone in American needs blood. Since only about eight percent of eligible blood donors give blood, the need is constant. With Country in your Blood, you can make a difference. Locally, you may give blood on Friday, May
6, from 11 A.M.. to 1 P.M. at Collinwood High School located at 401 Trojan Blvd. in Collinwood. Walkins are welcome, but appointments are honored first. Please schedule your appointment at (931) 724-4316 or (931) 332-3086. For your convenience, you may now schedule blood donation appointments online at w w w. r e d c r o s s b l o o d . org <http://www. redcrossblood.org/>. You may also call 1-800-RED CROSS.
Graduates, Letâ€™s Talk Money! Paying Your Bills on Time! Make it a priority to pay your bills when they are due. Companies called credit bureaus prepare credit reports for banks, insurance companies, and sometimes your employer. They want to know if you have a habit of doing what you say you are going to do. Your credit report contains a credit score that is based on your record of paying your bills on time. What Happens if I Donâ€™t Pay on Time? This will make your credit score go down. You could be charged a higher interest rate on your loan or credit card. Your insurance premium could be higher, and you could be turned down for a job. The Bottom Line Pay your bills on time. Also, periodically check your credit reports from the nationâ€™s three major credit bureausâ€” Equifax, Experian, and TransUnionâ€”to make sure the information they are reporting is accurate. You can do
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music while helping an important cause. Also, there will once again be a salute to the armed forces. If you or someone you know is a veteran, please make plans to attend.
Bi-Annual Concert Be Held In Lâ€™burg
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Cornerstone Ministries Church will be hosting the bi-annual Rockinâ€™ the Word praise and worship concert again this year. The event will be at Rotary Park gym on April 30 at 5 P.M.. Last yearâ€™s event was a success, and this yearâ€™s looks to be even better. The lineup includes 180 Inside/Out, Broken and Zechariah Richardson. There is no admission. A love offering will be taken, with all the proceeds going to local Relay for Life efforts. Make plans to attend and hear great Christian
COMMUNITY EVENTS BENEFIT FOR MARY ANN DIXON A benefit for Mary Ann Dixon and family will be held at the Waynesboro City Park on May 7th. The event will begin at 5 P.M. Food will be served. There will also be a cakewalk and auction. Gospel music/singing will be provided by Paula Borden. Mrs. Dixon is currently undergoing treatments for Bile Duct Cancer. Everyone is invited and all donations will be appreciated. REMINDER - COLLINWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1966 This is a reminder to the Collinwood High School Class of 1966 - Another meeting will be held Thursday, April 28th at 6 P.M. at the Collinwood Methodist Church. Also, classmates are asked to please get your cards in the mail to Jerry Whitten. The reunion is May 7th. S.C.H.R.A. POLICY COUNCIL/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETINGS The South Central Human Resource Agency Policy Council and Executive Committee meetings will be held on May 10, 2011 at 11 A.M. in the SCHRA Central Office Conference Room, 1437 Winchester Hwy., Fayetteville, TN. The Budget, Personnel and Nominating Committees will meet at 10:15 A.M. at the SCHRA Central Office, prior to the board meetings. CREWS REUNION The annual Crews reunion will be held on Saturday, May 7th at the Woodmen of the World building from 12 noon until 5 P.M. Lunch will be served at 1 oâ€™clock. Everyone is asked to pleased come and bring families, cameras and old pictures. See everyone there!
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C.H.S. Trojans Fall To Perry County; Regular Season Ends Apr. 28 The Trojans met up with the Perry County Vikings on April 18 and April 19. In the first game, the Trojans were on the losing end of the stick. They lost 4-1. Will Ragan hit for two singles and had the only RBI for the Trojans. Jeremiah Hensley scored on Willâ€™s hit. Jeremiah also had two singles. Devin Brewer, Brier Daniel, and Zack Reaves each had a single. Brier Daniel and Ethan Butler pitched in the game and between
the two, they had ten strikeouts. On April 19, the Trojans travelled to Perry County. The Trojans scored first when Blaze Daniel came in on a hit from Ethan Butler. The Vikings put two runs on the board to answer the Trojans. The second inning was scoreless for both teams. Ethan Butler got another RBI in the third as Brier Daniel came home and tied the game at two. The Trojan defense held the Vikings to a scoreless
Ethan Butler receives congratulations from team mates following a strikeout.
third inning. Will Ragan threw to Jacob Cummins for his second pick of the game during the third. The fourth was silent for both teams. Zack Reaves stepped up and played good defense as he got two outs when he threw to Drew Luker to get the Viking players out on first. Dray Mercer, for the Vikings, hit a double to help the Vikings take the lead 3-2 going into the sixth inning. Despite Ethan Butler hitting a triple in the sixth, the Trojans remained scoreless. Jacob Cummins made a diving catch to get an out in the sixth; however, the Vikings came back in the inning and scored two more runs. As the Trojans went into the last inning of the game, the score was 5-2, and that was the final score of the game. These were two tough losses for the boys in green. The regular season ends for the Trojans on April 28. The Trojans
The Wayne County News will face Adamsville at home. Game time is 5 P.M. for the Junior Varsity and 6:30 for the Varsity. Come and support your Collinwood
Trojan baseball team. The district tournament will start on May 5â€”12 at Summertown. - - -Submitted
On Deanâ€™s List UT Chattanooga The following students from Waynesboro were named to the Deanâ€™s List for the fall semester, 2010, at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Students who make a 3.2 or higher semester grade point average are awarded the honor. Students making the list from Waynesboro are Joel Barnett and Cessaley Gipson.
Receives Degree From UT Chattanooga
Brier Daniel throws a fast pitch in the game against Perry County
Cessaley Gipson, of Waynesboro received a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance: Exercise Science: Pre-Professional during the fall 2010 235th commencement exercise for The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Over 500 students were in the graduating class and the speaker was Dr. Steven J.K. Symes, University of Chattanooga Foundation Associate Professor of Chemistry.
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Jacob Cummins up to bat with a swing against Perry County on Monday, April 18th.
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Blaze Daniel rounds third on to home plate.
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The Waynesboro Dixie Baseball & Softball Organization is interested in knowing how many participants we will have in our 13-18 age divisions this year. If you are interested in playing this season, and have not already signed up, please sign up at The Bank of Waynesboroâ€™s Main Office before April 29, 2011. Registration fee is $35.00 per child.
Jeremiah Hensley on third base waiting to make it to home plate.
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In Baseball Action
WCHS Sweeps Loretto W.C.H.S. Soccer Beats Perry County, Loses To East Hickman
The WCHS baseball team picked up two big wins last week in district 12-A play. The Wildcats won a pair of games against Loretto before losing a Saturday contest against district 8-AAA opponent Columbia Central. WCHS 10 – Loretto 5 Monday’s contest at Loretto saw the Wildcats jump out to an early lead. With two outs in the top of the first inning, Haden Skelton took a fastball on a 1-2 count and deposited it into right field to plate the Cats’ first two runs. The 2nd inning was an onslaught of Wildcat offense. With two outs, Austin Rice, Boston Ray, Clint Butler, and Drew Bevis all had RBI scoring hits. The big blow of the inning belonged to Bevis, who just missed a homerun by hitting a triple off the wall in right center field. Cameron Staggs came through once again in the 3rd inning with a two run blast that cleared the left field wall for his 2nd homerun on the season. The Cats’ however would only manage to plate one more run in the contest as Loretto used a trio of pitchers to keep the Cats off balance. Austin Rice held the Mustangs in check until the fifth as he started to tire. Loretto would manage to get three runs in the inning to avoid a run-rule ending. Dakota Lowe came in relief and pitched two solid innings preserving the win for the Cats. Rice allowed three runs (all earned) on seven hits. He walked two Mustangs and struck out five. Lowe threw two innings for the Cats allowing 2 runs (both earned) on 2 hits. He walked three and struck out one. Ray, Butler, and Staggs all finished with two hits apiece. Rice, Bevis, and Skelton also added one hit apiece. Cameron Staggs was the top RBIman of the night finishing with three. WCHS 8 – Loretto 1 The Tuesday night game at the Waynesboro Sportsplex was scrappier the previous night’s game. The Cats once again jumped out to an early lead. Rice led off the bottom of the first with a single. After moving to second on a ground ball, he was knocked in on a double by Lucas
Pippenger. Loretto helped the cause by making an outfield error following a single by Butler which allowed Pippenger to score. The game would be tight for the next four innings until Loretto finally pushed a run across in the top half of the fifth against Wildcat starting pitcher Boston Ray. This move apparently woke the bats of the Cats as they responded in the bottom of the fifth with three runs of their own. Singles by Ray, Pippenger, and Bevis followed by a double from Skelton would be enough to get the three runs across the plate. The Cats added a few insurance runs in the bottom of the sixth as the pushed three more runners across the plate. The big blow of the inning was a 3-RBI triple from right fielder Clint Butler. Ray put in another stellar effort on the mound as he allowed only one unearned run in a complete game effort. He didn’t walk a single Mustang hitter and struck out eight. Pippenger snapped a mini-slump by going 3-for-3 with an RBI. Butler and Bevis also added 2-for-4 games with four and two RBI’s respectively. Rice, Ray, Skelton, Dakota Lowe, and Micah Pyle tallied one hit apiece the Cats. WCHS 13 – Columbia 15 The Saturday contest tested the courage of the Wildcats as they traveled to 3A powerhouse Columbia Central. Columbia is coming off a season that saw them make it to the state tournament in the highest baseball classification the TSSAA has for baseball. The Cats not only proved they weren’t intimidated, they proved they could compete with the best. It was a back-and-forth game until the bitter end. The Cats got started on a good note in the top of the first as Boston Ray took a 1-2 fastball and smashed it over the left field fence to put the Cats ahead 2-0. Columbia responded with three runs in the first and another in the second to take a 4-2 lead. The Cats pushed another run across in the top of the third as Lucas Pippenger ripped a fastball on a full
count over the center field fence for his fifth homerun on the season. Columbia would let the momentum get too far the Cats favor as they plated another three runs in the third, but the boys in black proved they were up to the challenge. With bases loaded and one out, Cameron Staggs ripped a double plating three runs. Rice followed it up with a single of his own which plated Staggs and tied the game at 7-7. Central followed up with two in the fourth, but the Cats responded with two in the fifth courtesy a two-run blast over the left field wall by Dakota Lowe to tie the game back up at nine. Columbia again refused to let the momentum swing too far in favor of the Cats. With two outs in the bottom of the 5th, University of Tennessee signee David Horne took pitcher Boston Ray deep to stretch the lead to 129. This proved to be a blow the Cats couldn’t overcome. The Cats added a run in the sixth, but Columbia added another three of their own. The Wildcats made one more last ditch effort to come back, but fell just short. After scoring three more runs in the seventh, the Cats left the bases loaded to end the game. Defense proved to be the demise of the Cats as just nine of the Lions’ 15 runs were earned. The Lions also put the bat on the ball much more than the Cats were used to, as Wildcat pitchers Rice, Ray, and Lowe only combined for one strikeout in the contest. Skelton paced the Cats’ offense with a 4-for-4 effort. Pippenger and Lowe each ended up with three hits. Rice, Ray, and Stags added one hit apiece. The Cats return to action this week with a Monday contest at home against Lawrence County and a Thursday match up at home against Cornersville at 5 P.M. The Thursday contest will also serve as “Senior Night” for the Cats as they honor all four seniors on this year’s team. - - - Submitted
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On Thursday, April 21st, the Wayne County High School Wildcats soccer team hosted the Perry County Vikings in a district match-up. The game started out evenly matched, with both teams moving the ball into dangerous areas. Finally, with about 15 minutes gone, Wildcat sweeper Victor Kuehn took a run up the right sideline with the ball, and got a low shot inside the near post to put the Wildcats up 1-0. About 15 minutes later, Victor was called for a foul on a Viking striker just inside the penalty box. Wildcat goalie Zack Risner blocked the penalty shot & recovered the ball to preserve the lead. The first half ended 1-0 WCHS. The second half the Wildcats stepped up their game another notch. Midway thru the half, Wildcat striker Dillon Keith broke loose down the middle on a fast break and calmly put the ball low past the Viking goalie to increase the lead to 2-0. Both teams continued to threaten (including a forward somersault throw-in from Dillon Keith to the head of striker T-Wayne Hampton, which almost got past the Viking goalie). The Wildcat defense held up under the pressure to preserve the shut-out, their first of the season. Zack had a perfect night with 9 saves in the goal. On Monday, April 25th, the Wildcats hosted the East Hickman Eagles in another district game. The Eagles dominated the first half, but were unable to crack open the Wildcat defense. The Wildcats managed several fast breaks with good shots, but also were unable to score. The game remained 0-0 at half-time. Seven minutes into the second half, an Eagle shot bounced off the chest of goalie Zack Risner, and an Eagle striker was the first to get to it, shooting
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past Zack at close range. Both teams continued to press for scores, but neither scored until, with about 3 minutes left in the game, the Eagles were given a direct free kick outside the WCHS penalty box. The shooter put the ball in the upper right corner of the goal out of Zack’s reach. Although the Wildcats continued to press for a goal, the final score was 2-0 East Hickman. Zack had 24 saves in the goal for the night.
The Wildcats were scheduled to play a makeup district game with the Richland Raiders at home yesterday, if the weather permitted. They conclude the regular season with a non-district game tomorrow at 6PM at Lawrence County. District tournament action starts next Monday; the final schedule will not be set until all regular season district games have been played this week. Come out and support the Wildcats! - - -Submitted
Belinda Pope, volleyball coach at Neosho Christian School, received the “Coach of the Year” honor at the Mid-America Christian Schools award ceremony recently. Pope coached Neosho Christian School’s two co-ed teams and one girls squad. All three teams won trophies as well. A teacher at Neosho Christian School in Neosho, MO, She is the daughter of Ronnie and Theresa Pope of Waynesboro and a 2002 graduate of Wayne County High School. Photo and portions of this article courtesy of the Neosho Daily News in Neosho, MO.
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Matt McGinley, pictured at right was the guest speaker at the April 12th meeting of the Waynesboro Rotary Club. Mr. McGinley from Life Span spoke about the new expansion at the Maternity Center as well as the services Life Span offers in Wayne County. He was the guest of Rotarian Roger Smith of The Roger Smith Agency.
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Museum & Library Clifton, Tennessee Thomas Sigismund Stribling -- 1881 - 1965
Thomas Sigismund (T.S.) Stribling was a Clifton native more popular during his lifetime than his contemporaries F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway. Stribling won the 1933 Pulitzer Prize for â€œThe Storeâ€?, the second book in his trilogy about the post-civil war south - a series that made him unpopular in later days because of his willingness to confront the racial and social issues of those days. Born March 4, 1881, in Clifton, Tennessee, a small town off the Tennessee River, Thomas Sigismund Stribling was the first child of lawyer Christopher Columbus Stribling and his wife, Amelia Ann (Waits) Stribling. Christopher Stribling had been a soldier in the Union Army, while the Waits family had fought in the Confederacy. Stribling spent his childhood in Clifton and on his maternal grandparentsâ€™ farm at Gravelly Springs, Alabama. Stribling began his primary education at the Clifton Masonic Academy in 1890 and enrolled and completed his high school education at the age of seventeen, at Huntingdon Southern Normal University in 1899, in the nearby town of Huntingdon, Tennessee. Stribling was convinced that he was meant to be a writer, having already sold his first story at the age of 12 for five dollars; Stribling was ready to get started with his future
in literature. With that in mind, Stribling became the editor of a small weekly newspaper called the Clifton News in 1900. Stribling was hoping to use the Clifton News as a launching pad for his writing career, unfortunately Stribling was only there for about a year before his parents convinced him to return to school and complete his education. In the fall of 1902, Stribling graduated from the Florence Normal School, what is now recognized as the University of North Alabama, in Florence, Alabama. There, Stribling was able to earn his teaching certification in one year. In 1903, Stribling moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to teach at the Tuscaloosa High School. He taught both mathematics and physical education. He actually only taught at the school for one year, before departing, preferring instead to continue his own education. In 1905, Stribling completed his law degree at the University of Alabama School of Law. Yet again he only used his newly earned education for a brief time and turned his attention to writing. He began contributing pieces to the Nashville-
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based Taylor-Trotwood Magazine, a distinquished but unsuccessful regional periodical. In 1908 he began writing short stores for Sunday School publications, American Boy, Hollandâ€™s Magaizne and Youthâ€™s Companion. Most of these stories were written for young people. In 1917, he converted one of his short stories into a juvenile novel â€œCruise of the Dry Dockâ€? and he was employed as a journalist for the Chattanooga News. Stribling produced his first bestseller â€œTeeftallowâ€? in 1926, which was converted into a broadway play called â€œThe Ropeâ€? which resulted into 32 performances at the Biltmore Theatre. Other works of Stribling included: Bright Metal, East Is East, Strange Moon, Clues of the Carribbees and Backwater. In 1930, Stribling married LouElla Kloss, a talented pianist and violinist who taught lessons for both, and who had been a longtime friend from his hometown of Clifton. Stribling began his noteworthy trilogy with The Forge in 1931, The Store in 1932 and Unfinished Cathedral in 1934. The trilogy traces the lives of the Vaiden family in North Alabama throughout the Civil War, Reconstruction, and post-reconstruction years. The fictitious Vaiden family were modeled after Striblingâ€™s maternal grandparents. In 1941 he began working on his autobiography, toured Mexico in 1943, and resided in Florida from 1944 until 1959. In 1959, Tom and LouElla retured to Clifton. They took up residency in the house built by LouEllaâ€™s father, T.L.Kloss, in the early 1920â€™s. On July 8, 1965, Tom Stribling passed away in Florence, AL at the age of 84. He was buried in the Clifton Cemetery under the highly appropriate epitaph, â€œThrough this dust these hills once spoke.â€? Stribling was followed in death 28 years later by his widow LouElla on October 12, 1993 In 1982, LouElla Stribling had Tomâ€™s autobiography â€œLaughing Stockâ€? published posthumously and his private papers were turned over to the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Today, Striblingâ€™s restored retirement home at 300 Water Street in Clifton houses the T.S. Stribling Museum and Clifton Public Library. The upper level is just as the Pulitzer Prize winning novelist would have left it, including his personal library. The lower level is Cliftonâ€™s local library (a branch of the Wayne County Library located in Waynesboro). The Clifton Library opened in the fall of 1996. Library hours: Closed Sunday and Monday. Open Tuesday thru Friday 10:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. and Saturday 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. The house is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located in the historic district of Clifton, Tennessee. To learn more about Cliftonâ€™s Pulitizer Prize winning author, visit the Stibling Museum & Library.
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PRODUCTION SALE with Special Guests and Complete Dispersion of DCD Ranch • Sunday, May 1, 2011, at the Horn Springs Sale Facility 2135 Lebanon Road • Lebanon, Tennessee. Lunch at 11:00, Sale at 1:00 p.m. Selling: 100+ Females, 25 Bulls. Quintin & Vicki Smith (615) 444-8701 or (615) 207-0830. Auctioneer: Mike Jones, TN Lic# 1807. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
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HAPPY JACK® SKIN BALM ™ - Stops itching & gnawing on dogs & cats without steroids! Great for hot spots! Available at your local Farmers Coop (www.ourcoop.com & www.happyjackinc.com). (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps SAWMILLS -BAND/ CHAINSAW -SPRING SALE - Cut lumber any dimension, anytime. Make Money and Save Money In stock ready to ship. Starting at $995.00. w w w. N o r w o o d S a w m i l l s . com/300N 1-800-578-1363 Ext. 300N. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
Office Space Available At Hurricane Plaza, (Next to Hurricane Inn). Call For More Information! Ask For Jeff!! 931-722-5579. Nov. 25-tf-(ojb) FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom Apartment, CH/A, Most Utilities Furnished, $350.00, 722-9699. Nov. 24-tf-(ojb)
FOR RENT: 3 Br., 2 Ba., New Carpet, Fresh Paint, 4 Miles From Town (Waynesboro), 722-4248. Mar. 30-Apr. 6-13-20-27-P.
1 Bedroom House RENT: 722-9022. Apr. 13-20-27-P.
3 Bedroom Mobile Home, $75.00 Per Week, 1046 Mink Branch Rd., 722-5915 Home, or Cell 722-0377. Apr. 27-(ojb) House FOR RENT: On the Corner of Hwy. 64 and Hog Creek Road, 2 Story, 3 Bedrooms, With 2 Lots, 7228202. Apr. 27-May 4-(ojb) FOR RENT: 28x60, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, All Utilities, Lawn Care, Water Furnished, Cypress Inn, TN, 722-0262. Apr. 27-May 4-MCI
WANTED TO BUY: Fur Pelts and Hides, Lawrenceburg, 931-762-0454. Apr. 13-20-27-P. DRIVERS/ CDL TRAINING - CAREER Central No Money Down CDL Training Work for us or let us work for you! Unbeatable Career Opportunities. *Trainee *Company Driver *Lease Operator Earn up to $51k *Lease Trainers Earn up to $80k (877) 369-7191 www. centraltruckdrivingjobs. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
FOR SALE 2004 Ridley Auto-Glide Classic (auto-transmission), 750 cc, very low miles, saddlebags, made in USA, $5000
Buying Old Batteries: I’m Looking To Buy All Of Your Old Dead Car, Truck, Golf Cart, Farm Equipment and Forklift Batteries As Well As Any Type of Lead. Top Prices Paid. Call 256-206-0313. Minimum $8.00 Paid On All Auto Batteries. Will Pick Up. Apr. 13-20-27-P. NOW HIRING: Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Info. 1-985-646-1700 DEPT. TN172. Apr. 13-20-27-P. NOW HIRING: C O M P A N I E S DESPERATELY need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. Fee required. Info. 1-985-646-1700 Dept. TN1196. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps BIG G EXPRESS 100% Employee Owned OTR Solo Drivers Home Most Weekends, 1yr w/Class A-CDL, Low Cost Insurance, Free PrePass/EZ Pass, APU’s in all trucks 1-800-684-9140 ext2 www.biggexpress.com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DRIVERS - PAY INCREASE! REGIONAL Van Drivers start at 37cpm w/1 year experience.Training available for drivers w/less experience. Great Benefits/Home Weekly. Call 888-362-8608, or visit AVERITTcareers.com. EOE. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
Garage Doors & Openers Sales/Service/Installation
Over 25 years of experience!
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Daniel’s Seamless Gutters FREE ESTIMATES
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CALL NOW! INTERNATIONAL TRUCK Driving School/ BIH Trucking Company Now taking Students! No CDL, No problem! State WIA Program if qualified, or Financing available. 888780-5539. (TnScan)
DON’T MISS A PAYCHECK! Flatbed. $750 P/Wk Guaranteed 1st 2 Wks. Employed! 1 Yr. OTR & Class A CDL Reqd. Excellent Compensation. 888.472.0675 or www.gicc.chiefind.com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
DRIVERS NO EXPERIENCE NO Problem. 100% Paid CDL Training. Immediate Benefits. 20/10 program. Trainers Earn up to 49¢ per mile! CRST Expedited 800326-2778 www.JoinCRST. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
DRIVERS TANKER OWNER OPERATOR Average $1.23 / mile (+fuel surcharge) Paid CDL Training Available & Benefits! Call Prime Inc. Today! 800-277-0212 www. primeinc.com. (TnScan)
NEED CDL DRIVERS A or B with 2 yrs recent commercial experience to transfer motor homes, straight trucks, and tractors. www. mamotransportation.com 1-800-501-3783. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
FLATBED DRIVERS *HOME WEEKLY* *CSA Ready! *Pay 39 cpm - 40 cpm *Paid Vacation and Holidays. CDL-A 1 year T/T exp req. 1-888-WORK-4-US. www. averittcareers.com EOE. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
DRIVERS NO EXPERIENCE NO Problem. 100% Paid CDL Training. Immediate Benefits. 20/10 program. Trainers Earn up to 49¢ per mile! CRST Van Expedited 800326-2778 www.JoinCRST. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
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OTR DRIVERS NEEDED! MESILLA Valley Transportation Class A CDL w/ 1 Yr Exp Great Miles & Great Equipment Call Tony Davidson @ 888-637-4552 www.m-v-t.com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED! MESILLA Valley Transportation Class A CDL w/ 1 Yr Exp Great Miles & Great Equipment Call Tony Davidson @ 888-637-4552 www.m-v-t.com. (TnScan)
DRIVERS - PAY INCREASE! REGIONAL Van Drivers start at 37cpm w/1 year experience.Training available for drivers w/less experience. Great Benefits/Home Weekly. Call 888-362-8608, or visit AVERITTcareers.com. EOE. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
NEW STARTING PAY JUST Announced for Van and Flatbed Division. Plus high miles, new equipment And Excellent benefits. $500 SignOn Bonus for Flatbed. We’ve got it all! CDL-A, 6mo. OTR. 888-801-5295. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DRIVERS CDL-A DRIVERS NEEDED Yesterday! Teams, Solos & CDL Grads Up to 50¢ per mile. Paid loaded or empty. 800-942-2104 Ext. 238 or 243 www.totalms.com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DRIVERS - CDL-A GREAT HOME TIME! Start Up To .43¢ Per Mile. Sign-On Bonus!! Lease purchase available. Experience Req’d. 800-441-4271 X TN-100 HornadyTransportation. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
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DRIVER - RECESSION PROOF FREIGHT! 2012 Trucks! Local Orientation. Daily or Weekly Pay! Hometime Choices! F/T or P/T. CDL-A, 3 months current OTR experience. 800414-9569. www.driveknight. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DRIVERS: TEAMS OR SOLOS Looking To Team. $2,000 sign-on bonus for OTR teams, pet program, 1,500+ Avg. Length of Haul, and much more! 866-2327399 www.socaldrivers.com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
DRIVERS - CDL-A GREAT HOME TIME! Start Up To .43¢ Per Mile. Sign-On Bonus!! Lease purchase available. Experience Req’d. 800-441-4271 X TN-100 HornadyTransportation. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DRIVERS/ CDL TRAINING - CAREER Central No Money Down CDL Training Work for us or let us work for you! Unbeatable Career Opportunities. *Trainee *Company Driver *Lease Operator Earn up to $51k *Lease Trainers Earn up to $80k (877) 369-7191 www. centraltruckdrivingjobs. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps SMALL FLEET OWNERS OR Owner Operators Save up to 32¢/gal using our Fuel Discount Network. Earn $2.00/mi. Stay Profitable, Stay Loaded CRST Malone 1-800-743-0435. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
Cleaning & Janitorial
(931) 722-6400 Locally Owned
Over 15 Years Floor Care Experience Hundreds of Satisfied Customers
WANTED!!! Dead or Alive
Used Appliances Carl Whitehead
Waynesboro, TN FREE ESTIMATES
NEED LIFE INSURANCE
Custom Mowing and Bush-Hog Service Commercial - Residential - Agricultural Custom Hay Bailing Sq. And Round
Service, Repair & Change-outs
Licensed & Certified
Shop Building, 30x52, for business or storage, 220 service, water and phone. Price Negotiable!
PROPERTIES SHOWN BY APPOINTMENTS ONLY: THANKS TO WAYNE COUNTY WE HAVE BEEN A SERVICE 34 YEARS
Vern Bissell, Owner CELL: 931-332-5954 WILLOWBROOK APARTMENTS IN WAYNESBORO, TN is accepting applications for the elderly, disabled or handicapped. 1 and 2 Bedroom units, water, sewer, trash, and grounds maintenance furnished. On site laundry facility. Rental assistance available. For More Information Call Cynthia Brewer.
Willowbrook Apartments 722-3317 Development Rural
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Allen Ranshaw ~ 931-676-3166
Insurance Group Hot Diggidy Dog Grooming Grooming With A Gentle Touch. References Available Over 10 Years Experience! Call For Appointment
JUDY WASHBURN Waynesboro, TN
Heating & Cooling
ELECTRIC & PLUMBING (H) 931-724-6271 (C) 931-722-1861 Curtis Holt Will Pigg
and General Practice WE ARE A DEBT RELIEF AGENCY We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code
C. Wayne Tomerlin Attorney At Law 28 Public Square - Lawrenceburg, TN
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2094 - 8.97 A, pond, 2 trailers, dividing, 1 at $10,000, 1 at $15,000, all $35,000. 2097 - 20 1/2 A, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, 2260 Sq. Br., 3 crk, L. Spg & w/fall, 2 blgs., $185,000. 2095 - 2.72 A., 4 Bd, 2 Ba, Home, Gar, L. Deck, F/P Blgs., metal roof, $124,900. 2096 - 11 A., 1440 S. ft. 3 bd, 2 ba, cedar walls, 10x16 F Porch, 2 c/gar. $144,900. 2099 - App. 96 acs, woods, L. Crk, ele, paved Rd front blding sites, $115,200. SOLD 2098 - .88 A, 3 bd, 2 ba, 1960 Sq. Ft. Br., F/P, 26X66 w/shop, $133,000. 2090 - 1.89 A, Uuique 2 St., 3 Bd., 1 1/2 Ba., f/place, w/around deck, $99,995. 2091 - 5000 Sq. Ft. Comm. Bld., new roof, carpet and auto shop, $150,000. 2092 - 1/2 A., 4 Bd., 2 Ba. home, new C/A, 1200 Sq. Ft., Built in 1992, $59,000. 2089 - 1.93 A, 24x56, 3 Bd, 2 Ba, M/H, 1250 Sq. Ft. C/Port, Shed, $45,000. 2087 - 2.62 A, 2 Bd, 1 Ba, 12x65 M/H, Well, Septic, $16,500. 2088 - 3 Bd, 1 Ba, Brick, remodeled, new appls., 16x12 blg. c/port, $73,000. 2028 - 1.80 A, 4 Bd, 1 1/2 Ba, fence, F/Place, Gar, $127,600. 2056 - 16 A, 14X60, 2 B, 1 1/2 BA., 40X52 Shop, Concrete fl, water, $61,000. 2084 - 37 A, Wooded, fronts on 2 Rds, Apx. 5 miles to Tn. R. Owner Fin, $47,750. 23A - 4 Bd., 2 B., 2400 Ft. Home, Shed, C/port, W/SH, Fenced, $215,000. 2083, 5 1/4 A, 3 Bd., 1 1/2 B, Stone Home, L. Crk, 20x28 barn, 2 1/2 Gar., $78,000. 2082 - 158 A, Older Home, $338,000 or various trs. Low as $2,200/A, Crk, W/fall. 1884 - 2 - 113 1/2 acs., L Crk & fields, fenced, 20 ac. trs., good timber, $2000 ac. 2059 - 145.9 A, wooded, 2 crk, paved rd, ph, ele. $145,970. 2032 - 2 A, large 2 St., 4 Bd., 3 Ba., home, 4 L Blgs., more acres avail., $165,000. 2060 - 29 A, 2 St Log, 5 Bd., 3 Ba., 3 Septic, city water, near R., Cave, $179,000. 2057 - 158 acs, on 2 Co. Rd., 2 Spgs, flat to hilly, nice views, homesites, $108,000. 2055 - 3/4 A, 2001-3 Bd, 2 Ba, 16x76 M/H, porch, 8X16 Blg., C’wood, nice, $31,500. 2049 - 6.84 A, wooded, flat, L paved Co. Rd. front, ele, $12,800. 2050 - 35 1/2 A, L Rd front, ele., 18x20 Blg, private, $63,900. 1947 - Apx. 30 A, 25 A. field, fenced, 42x50 Barn,3 extra L/sheds, Spg. $75,000. 2039 - 6.42 A, 2 Bd., 1 Ba., Home, Spg. fed pond, Crk. C/port, Cabin. $59.500. 2037 - 14.67 A, 960 Sq. ft. 2 Bd, 1 Ba Home, well, septic, metal roof, appls. $58.500. 2038 - 109 A, Pd Rd, 20X60 Metal Blg w/ concrete floor, Spring, $169,400. Lots near Tenn. River near Sav. Owner Terms. $200 down. Owner/Agent 2001 - 52.86 A, Crk, Spring, SOLD good timber, good road. $79,500. 166A - L. Crk., paved Rd, 89A - $189K or 77A - $83K all for $265K. 1996 - 1 1/2 A, Buffalo River, basement, 2 springs. $18,500. May O/finance SOLD 1906 - 5 A. trs. on Hwy 13 So., $3,800 some, $3,300 per ac., barn $6,000. On 1-tr. 2003 - 55 A on Co. Rd., timberland, in pines, may finance, $102,500. 1890 - 100 A, Paved Rd., Ele., Ph., 1/2 field and wooded, Crk on land $215,000. 1925 - 54A, 3 ponds, fenced, 40x72 barn with live in spa, $199,000. 1924 - 51A, 4 Bd, 2 B., 2000 Sq. Ft., M/H, 2 ponds, fenced, $199,000. 1885 - 3.2 or 1.8 acs, TN River, great for development, $98,500 each. Won’t flood. 1613 - 20A - partly on Green R. divided in 5-6A tracts, ele. Rd, $25-30,000 Tr.
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CLASSIFIEDS TWO CENT PAY RAISE Now Offered For New Drivers! Plus 2 day orientation, high miles, excellent equipment, dry van and flatbed freight! $500 Sign-On Bonus for Flatbed. CDL-A, 6mo. OTR. 888-801-5295. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps SOUTHEASTERN FLATBED CARRIER SEEKING Drivers to Haul Dedicated Freight, Home Every Weekend, Top Percentage Pay, Monthly Bonuses plus $100 Clean Roadside Inspection. 800828-6452. Apr. 27-tps CALL NOW! INTERNATIONAL TRUCK Driving School/ BIH Trucking Company Now taking Students! No CDL, No problem! State WIA Program if qualified, or Financing available. 888780-5539. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps SALES PROFESSIONAL NEEDED. MOST earn $50K-$100K or more. Call our branch office at 800-7914914. Ask for John or email john.liederbach@insphereis. com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
EAGLE CREEK FRAME SHOP: Custom Framing and Matting. A Large Selection of Prints, Frames and Mirrors. Earl and Sarah Cook, 931-676-5451, www. eaglecreekframeshop.com. Sept. 19-tf-(ojb) We Buy Scrap Gold: Sherry’s Fine Jewelry, Gold Prices Are Sky High. Call or Come By, Talk To Sherry, 722-3664. Apr. 15-tf-(ojb) NOTICE: Staggs Carpentry and Plumbing. Backhoe, Rock Work, Dump Truck, Trencher. 722-7319, 7228151, 332-3868 or 796-2900. Dec. 2-tf-(ojb) NOTICE: We Imprint Your Napkins For Weddings, Showers, Teas and Anniversaries. Two Day Service. Duren Drugs, 7225466. Sept. 26-tf-(ojb) Would Like To Buy Farm or Woodland. Call Paul Taylor, 722-7114 or 722-9483. Jan. 28-tf-(ojb) HAD A WRECK? Call Quality Collision Repair. High Quality Work With A Fast Turnaround. All Work Guaranteed. 306 Hog Creek Road, Waynesboro, TN 38485, 931-722-7114. Jan. 3-tf-(ojb)
If You’re Planning An Auction, Call Lineberry Auction Service, 731-9256860 or 731-607-1266. Apr. 9-tf-(ojb) Will Buy Junk Vehicles. Also Buy Radiators, Catalytic Converters, Aluminum Wheels, 931-722-6588 or 7221733. Oct. 29-tf-(ojb) Need Something Hauled or Dug? Best Savings – Motor Home, Dozer, Backhoe, Ditch Witch, Dump Truck, Generators, Power Washer, Moving Van, Pontoon Boat, Etc., Beech Creek Rentals, 931-676-3993. Aug. 25-tf-(ojb) Diesel Injection Pump and Injector Rebuilding, Lift Pumps, Filters, Turbos, Etc. WEST TENN DIESEL, 731925-2710. Jan. 12, 2011 – Oct. 5-P. Starters, Alternators, Batteries, D. C. Motors, and Cables for All Applications! Road and Field Starter Service, Savannah, TN, 731925-3838. Jan. 19, 2011-Jan. 4, 2012-P. Small Backhoe Service, Driveways, Ditches, Yard Work, Etc. Please Call Andy Thompson, 931-332-0747. Mar. 2 thru May 4, 2011-P. BEAUTICONTROL Personalized Skin Care Cosmetics. SPECIAL SALE, LOW PRICES. Call Before 11:00 A.M. and After 3:00 P.M., Saturday 8:00 Till 8:00 P.M., Laura Beckham, 7223252. Mar. 2 thru Apr. 27, 2011-P. PERMS, PERMS!!! Soft Natural Curl, Complete With Styling, $25.50, $27.50. LAURA’S HAIR STYLING, 722-3252. Mar. 2 thru Apr. 27, 2011-P. STAGGS MOWING SERVICE. Other Services Available: Landscaping and Pressure Washing. Call 931-722-4484 For FREE Estimate. Mar. 30-Apr. 6-13-20-27-P. CASH For Junkers, Running or Not. 931-242-2476 or 931852-2705. Mar. 30-Apr. 6-13-20-27-P. I Want To Buy Goats, Chickens and Guineas. Call 931-427-8477. Apr. 6-13-20-27-May 4-P. Mowing, Weedeating, and All Lawn Care. Call For FREE Estimates. David Roberson, 724-5504. Apr. 6-13-20-27-May 4-P.
Backhoe Services Driveways - Yardwork - Ditches WE DIG THE SMALL STUFF 931-332-0747 - ANDY THOMPSON
ULTIMATE GARAGE SALE: 418 Swiss Colony Road, In Hohenwald. Open Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 8-5. We Are A Quality Second Hand Store. (931) 796-4648. Apr. 6 thru Aug. 24, 2011-P. FREE Kittens! 7 Weeks Old, Female Calico, Female Tortie (Black and Orange), Both Long Haired, Male Black Tiger, Eating Well and Litter Trained, 724-5697. Apr. 27-(ojb) Would Like To Clean Houses. Can Provide References, 731609-8011, Ask For Lisa. Apr. 20-27-P. I Would Like To Sit With Elderly or Sick. Have 30 Years Experience, Good References, CPR, CNA, First Aid and Med Training, 7245609. Apr. 20-27-P. FREE Kittens: 4 Black, 2 Gray, Long Hair, Real Cute, 332-1582. Apr. 20-27-P. PUBLIC AUCTION: For Settlement of Past Due Storage Rent, Piggly Wiggly Mini-Storage Will Sell at Public Auction on Saturday April 30th at 10:00 A.M. the Contents of Storage Units #56 and #78, With The Entire Contents Sold As A Whole. Sale Will Be At Piggly Wiggly Mini-Storage Collinwood, Tennessee. If Sale Is Postponed Due To Content Owner’s Payment, Notice Will Be Posted At Location. Seller Has The Right To Refuse Any and All Bids. Apr. 20-27-(ojb) NOTICE: Carpentry, Plumbing, Painting, Mobile Home Repair, Underpinning, Cool Seal, Decks, Porches, Vinyl Siding, Garages, and Additions, Homes, Plus Much More. Leave Message, 722-7303, 332-3731. Apr. 27-May 4-11-18-25-June 1-(ojb) FREE To Good Home: Solid Black Scottish Terrier, All Shots Up-to-date, 9 Months Old, Housebroken. Tiffany, 931-279-4033. Apr. 27-MCI FREE Bluegrass Music: Sunday, 1-4, May 1st, (Every First Sunday), Greenhill Shopping Center, One Mile North of Rogers School or 2 Miles South of Ala-Tenn Stateline, Hwy. 43, Greenhill. Players and Listeners Welcome, Covered Dish Meal, 256-710-1694. Apr. 27-(ojb) Would Like to Baby-sit In My Home During Summer Vacation. Christian Home, In City Limits of Collinwood, With Fenced In Backyard, 724-4358. Apr. 27-May 4-11-18-(ojb) Great Pyrenees Dog FOUND in Burns Chapel Church Community. Call 724-4407. If Not Claimed Immediately, FREE to Anyone Interested. Apr. 27-(ojb)
F R A N C H I S E OPPORTUNITY- RANKED ONE of the top ten franchise opportunities in the world. Low start-up costs, growing markets. Recession proof. Great territories available. www.libertytaxfranchise. com, 866-389-1239. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT Children $149.00. Includes FREE name change and marital property settlement documents. Bankruptcy $125.00. Wills $49.00. Criminal Expungements $49.00. Power of Attorney $39.00. Call 1-888-789-0198 -- 24/7. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE FROM Home. *Medical *Business *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 888-738-0607, www. CenturaOnline.com. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-266-0040. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps GUN SHOW. APRIL 30May 1 Sat. 9-5 & Sun. 104. Jackson, TN Fairgrounds (800 S Highland Ave) BuySell-Trade. Info: (563) 9278176. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps F R A N C H I S E OPPORTUNITY- RANKED ONE of the top ten franchise opportunities in the world. Low start-up costs, growing markets. Recession proof. Great territories available. www.libertytaxfranchise. com, 866-389-1239. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps DO YOU EARN $800 in a day? Your Own Local Candy Route! 25 Machines and Candy All for $9995. 877915-8222 All Major Credit Cards Accepted! (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps HEALTH INSURANCE FOR PRE-existing Conditions / Affordable. *No Medical Questions. *All Pre-existing OK. *Hospitalization / Surgery *Doctor visits / Wellness / Dental / Vision / RX. Real Insurance - Not a discount plan. Licensed Agent 00763829. Call 1-866584-9817. (TnScan) Apr. 27-tps
ADVERTISE TODAY!! CALL US AT: 931-722-5429
SATURDAY, MAY 7
COLLINWOOD HELP CENTER 7:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. ALL MONEY WILL GO TO BUY FOOD FOR THE HELP CENTER
GARAGE SALE: 814 Hurricane Hills Drive. Waynesboro, Saturday, April 30, 7:30 A.M. till 3 P.M. Bicycle, Gas Grill, Toys, Men and Women’s Clothes and Shoes, Household Items. Much More. Rain Cancels. Apr. 27-P. YARD SALE: Friday, 7 to 5, Home of Sandra Howell, Hwy. 99, Steele Street, Clothes (All Sizes), Household Items. Several Families Participating. Apr. 27-MCI MOVING SALE: Saturday, 8 Until ?, 414 Moore St., Across From Rochell’s Barber Shop. Pictures, Angel Figurines, Tools, Weedeater, Dining Table and Chairs, Clothing, Too Many Items To Mention. Apr. 27-P. YARD SALE: Saturday, April 30, 7 Until, At Machine Shop In Collinwood.. Clothes Of All Sizes, Dishes, Figurines, Furniture. Apr. 27-MCI YARD SALE: Home of Glen and Jo Roberson, Near Stateline, Hwy. 13. Saturday, April 30, 8-? Apr. 27-MCI 4 FAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday, April 30th, 8 A.M., 446 Kilburn Hollow Road. Apr. 27-P. YARD SALE: Saturday, 4/30, 7 A.M., Past Dollar Nursery on Charlie Lane off of Kilburn Hollow Rd., Waynesboro. Bass Fishing Equipment, Clothes, Household Items, and Miscellaneous. Apr. 27-P. INSIDE YARD SALE: Friday and Saturday, 8 to 4, at Lil Charlee’s. Furniture, Tiller, Miscellaneous. Apr. 27-P.
YARD SALE: May 7 at Collinwood Help Center, 7 – 1 o’clock. All Money Will Go To Buy Food For Center. Apr. 27-May 4-(ojb) YARD SALE: Saturday, 7 A.M. - ? 109 Deford Street, Rain or Shine. Apr. 27-MCI Yard Sale: Friday, 3 to 7, Saturday, 110 E. Songer Street. Antiques, Clothes, Furniture. Apr. 27-MCI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH12011-PR-93 In the Matter of the Estate of: Gail G. Odle, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on April 25, 2011, Letters of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Gail G Odle, deceased, 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 her Estate are required to file the same with the Clerk of the abovenamed Court, within four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, 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: April 25, 2011. Kimberly O. McFall Kelly O. Greer Co-Administrators Jane Jennings Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk April 27, May 4, 2011
CROCKETT CINEMAS YARD SALE: 418 Hurricane Meadows Drive, April 29 and 30, 8 till 1. Infant Girl and Toddler Boys Clothes; Boy Clothes Size 4-6; Girl Clothes Size 7-8; Women’s Clothes Size 5-18; What Nots, Pictures, Bassinet, Baby Bath, Indian Items, Lots More. Apr. 27-MCI CARPORT SALE: Friday and Saturday, April 29th, 30th, 400 Morris Ave., Clifton, Friday, 8 Until, Saturday, 8 to 1. Clothes (Women’s and Baby Girl’s), Shoes, Jewelry, Pictures, Antique Glassware, Baby Bed, Bedding Set, Much More. Given by Barbara Culp and Claudie Primm. Apr. 27-MCI HUGE YARD SALE: Saturday, April 30th at the Home of Sonny and Sherry Bratton. Address: 6100 South Road, Collinwood. Multiple Families Participating. Rain or Shine. 7 A.M. Until ? Apr. 27-P.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011 - FIRST SECTION - THE WAYNE COUNTY NEWS - PAGE FIFTEEN
April Is Autism Awareness Month By Jeana Gunter
April is a month in which you see lots of changes. The rain brings things back to life. All things awaken and bloom. In 1988 a movie called Rain Main awakened the public to Autism. Hoffman’s portrayal of Raymond, shined a spotlight on autism that has only grown stronger over the years. Even though Hoffman made us love Ray the man, the movie can’t begin to represent the true face of autism. There are many faces of autism, around 1.5 million so far. A lot of things change. Once considered rare, Autism now affects 1 in every 110 births in the United States and almost 1 in 70 boys. The word autism comes from the Greek word autos, meaning self. In order to highlight the growing need for concern and awareness about autism, the Autism Society has been celebrating National Autism Awareness Month since the 1970’s. The United States recognizes April as a special opportunity for everyone to educate the public about autism and issues within the autism community. When doctors first started noticing the disorder, they determined Autism to be a complex developmental disability. It typically appears during
the first three years of life and affects a child’s ability to communicate and interact with others. Autism is now the fastestgrowing developmental disability. Autism is defined by a certain set of behaviors and is a “spectrum disorder” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees. The range can cover many of these criteria or only a few. The DSVM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) is published by the American Psychiatric Association and provides a common language and standard criteria for the classification of mental disorders. There are three different types of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Autistic Disorder (also called “classic” autism) is what most people think of when hearing the word “autism.” People with autistic disorder usually have significant language delays, social and communication challenges, and unusual behaviors and interests. Those with Asperger Syndrome usually have some milder symptoms of autistic disorder. They might have social challenges and unusual behaviors and interests. However, they typically do not have problems with language or intellectual disability.
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The last type of disorder is called Pervasive Developmental Disorder – Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS; also called “atypical autism”). Individuals, who meet some of the criteria for autistic disorder or Asperger syndrome, but not all, may be diagnosed with PDD-NOS. People with PDD-NOS usually have fewer and milder symptoms than those with an autistic disorder. The symptoms might cause only social and communication challenges. Wayne County currently has fifteen students enrolled with a diagnosis of autism. Brandi Prater special education teacher at Frank Hughes School says that it is important for people in the community to understand just how high functioning autistic students are. So that social skills are developed and self esteem is given a boost, mainstreaming is the way to go. This means they are allowed to attend as many classes as possible with their peers. Parent, Betty Peacock says that integration is wonderful for the whole class. She remembers a day when the students in her son’s class helped to move a wall one day as part of an exercise. Ms. Peacock said, “they pushed and pushed but still couldn’t move that wall. It was fun for the kids, all of them. And there was camaraderie built between the entire class.” Therapy is also extremely important. Wayne County currently has someone contracted for every field of therapy your child might need. “The students I have had are incredibly bright and such a joy to work with,” said Ms. Prater. Students are also provided with the appropriate therapies, especially speech therapy, with more focus on communication. There is also a behavioral therapist who works with students. Having this resource available can make a huge difference in the ability to instruct because there is a detailed plan in place. We also need to make good use of our resources. With only two facilities in TN having the ability to diagnosis, Vanderbilt in Nashville and the Boling Center in Memphis, it is important to know your options and rights as a parent. As a parent you must become an advocate for your child. Betty Peacock of Waynesboro has a son who was diagnosed at age five. This was the late 90’s and not a whole lot of media coverage was prevalent as it is now. She, being a Nurse, noticed signs of developmental delay and took her son to the Children’s Developmental Center at Vanderbilt. It was only after paying out of pocket costs did she realize there were resources available through the school system to help. The program is for persons with handicaps that fall between the age of three and twenty-two. It is called Child Find. The individual must show a deficit in one of the following areas: autism, deafness/hearing impairment, mental retardation, speech or language impairment, blindness/visual impairment, emotional disturbance, orthopedic impairment, traumatic brain injury, other health impairments, specific learning disabilities, and
developmental delays. A person may also qualify for special services if identified as being gifted. For more information on Child Find, contact Dr. Kristy Prince at the Wayne County Board of Education at 931-7223548. It is vitally important to make use of the help available from your state and local government. Costs of raising an autistic child can be very high. Autism costs $60 billion annually with 60% of that in adult services. In ten years, the annual cost will be $200-400 billion. The cost of autism over the lifespan is $3.2 million per person. But guess what? The cost of lifelong care can be reduced by two thirds with early diagnosis and intervention. The best way to prepare for taking care of a child with autism is to know the signs. Early identification can save lives. Autism is treatable but it is not something they will outgrow. A child or adult with an Autism Spectrum Disorder might: • not play “pretend” games (pretend to “feed” a doll) • not point at objects to show interest (point at an airplane flying over) • not look at objects when another person points at them • have trouble relating to others or not have an interest in other people at all • avoid eye contact and want to be alone • have trouble understanding other people’s feelings or talking about their own feelings • prefer not to be held or cuddled or might cuddle only when they want to • appear to be unaware when other people talk to them but respond to other sounds • be very interested in people, but not know how to talk, play, or relate to them • repeat or echo words or phrases said to them, or repeat words or phrases in place of normal language (echolalia) • have trouble expressing their needs using typical words or motions • repeat actions over and over again • have trouble adapting when a routine changes • have unusual reactions to the way things smell, taste, look, feel, or sound • lose skills they once had Parents or families can become involved in various ways. By contacting the Autism Society of Middle TN, whose motto is to improve the lives of all affected by autism, you will find many useful tools. Log on to their website at http:// tnautism.org/index.php to view more information. Online registration is available for the Autism education series, Autism orientations, monthly workshops, events, and conferences. On their website you will find a link for local resources conveniently listing doctors, therapists, educators, and other resources in your area. Wayne County is represented by Cindy Kephart. You may reach her at 931-724-9641 or via email at Sayward@ tds.net. There is also great insight to be gained directly from the source. Jacob Peacock, of Waynesboro is an admirable young man. He has three dogs and one cat. Maps are very important to him. He loves video games
and going fishing with his Dad. He is on the honor roll, beta club, and has lots of friends. He once owned a rooster. Jacob sounds like any other twelve year old boy, except for one thing, he is autistic. When asked what he would want others to know about autism, he said, “if you have an autistic son he can do everything… like collect rocks and get on people’s nerves. But some autistic people can’t talk”. It is very fortunate for the community such a smart and funny fellow is growing up here. He may just follow in another’s footsteps. Her name is Temple and she is autistic as well. Temple Grandin is a little bit older than Jacob though. She is sixty-three years young. She is the most famous and vocal person with autism, but didn’t talk until she was three and a half years old. In 1950, she was diagnosed with autism and her parents were told she should be institutionalized. She tells her story in a book entitled Emergence: Labeled Autistic, published in September 1996. The book stunned the world because, until its publication, most professionals and parents assumed that an autism diagnosis was virtually a death sentence to achievement or productivity in life. Temple earned a B.A. in Psychology; a Master of Science in Animal Science; and a Ph.D. in Animal Science. She is a designer of livestock handling facilities and a Professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University. She is also listed in the 2010 Time 100 list of the 100 Most Influential people in the world, in the category “Heroes”. Ms. Grandin is a firm believer in early intervention, as well. She has said that a treatment method or an educational method that will work for one child may not work for another child. The one common denominator for all of the young children is that early intervention does work, and it seems to improve the prognosis. As Jacob says on his favorite subjects, which is a list as long as your arm, “ you have to learn all the hard things, if you’re going to live all of them.” Also, a lot of focus needs to be put on early interaction; singing, reading, learning routine tasks, and not being allowed to stay in one small world alone. Families must learn to never give up and to be ever creative in helping children with autism find their voice. Research is starting to show that to be the most effective a child should be engaged with a therapist, teacher, or parent at least 20 hours a week. Above all, there is an obvious need to hear from those who have autism. There are many books out there by parents, by physicians and scientists, by educators and psychiatrists. But there are few books by those who live the life of someone with autism. Well except for Ms. Grandin who is a bestselling author and has written over fortysix books. Maybe Wayne County’s own, Mr. Peacock will write the next book.
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existing photos. The site is administered by US Gen Web Project and consists of a group of volunteers working together to provide Internet websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. The Project does not have advertisements and has free access for everyone. The information is organized by county and state. To view old Wayne County school photos, visit http://www. r o o t s w e b . a n c e s t r y. com/~tnwayne/school/ index.htm. You may want to bookmark this site especially if you are interested in history or genealogy. If anyone has any questions, contact Lee Ann Staggs at the Central Office. She can be reached at 931-7223548 or by email leeann. email@example.com.
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projected to be around five to seven inches in some areas throughout Southern Middle TN. Higher amounts of rainfall are very possible with this storm. A state of emergency has been issued in advance of severe weather. Governor Bill Haslam declared a state of emergency on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at noon as a precautionary move because of the severe weather and forecast of Mississippi River flooding. “Activating the Tennessee Emergency Management Plan allows the state to swiftly react to any requests from local governments,” said Haslam. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency will continue to monitor events and organize any necessary state response activities. For further information, please visit TEMA’s website at www.tnema. org. The National Weather Service also reminds us that a flash flood watch means the conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. As we have discussed in previous articles, this is a highly dangerous situation. Always have a plan and never underestimate the amount of water that has built up. To practice precautionary and preparedness measures, you should monitor forecasts and be prepared to take action should flash flood warnings be issued. A more organized area of thunderstorms are expected to move across the mid state Wednesday, April 27, 2011 and continue producing heavy rainfall. The strongest thunderstorms are expected during the day on Wednesday because a cold front is moving into the area.
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Local Educator Meets With Tennessee’s First Lady
Pictured from left are State Representative, Steve McDaniel; educator, Paul Coggins; First Lady of Tennessee, Crissy Haslam; Director of Tennessee Parent Information and Resource Center, Monica Causey; and, The Center on Social and Emotional Foundation of Early Learning Key Consultant, Dr. Matt Timm. Tennessee’s First Lady is a champion for family engagement in education and childhood development. The First Lady made her remarks at the Children’s Advocacy Days 2011, an event hosted by the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth. Ms. Haslam announced that she will be focusing this first year on Early Childhood Reading and plans to partner with Governor Haslam and the Tennessee Department of Education to raise the literacy rates for children. Excited by The First Lady’s remarks, Paul Coggins initiated a meeting with Ms. Haslam through State Representative Steve McDaniel. Mr. Coggins is the Team Tennessee Coordinator for the Center on Social and Emotional Foundation of Early Learning which is
funded by The Tennessee State Department of Education, and endorsed by Vanderbilt University, and Tennessee Voices for Children. Mr. Coggins travels extensive presenting at national conferences, and across Tennessee presenting at schools, child care centers, churches, and Head Start centers. He facilitates two programs: “Love, Read, Learn”, a literacy program for pre-k thru grade 3, and “Positive Solutions for Families”, a program to enable parents to deal positively with their children’s challenging behaviors. After meeting with Ms. Haslem, Mr. Coggins said, “Through the effort of this collaboration, families and communities all across Tennessee will be challenged to become more engaged in educating their children.”
Wayne County Glass Celebrates Grand Opening
Wayne County Glass and Aluminum celebrated its grand opening under new ownership on Wednesday, March 20 with a complimentary ribbon cutting courtesy of the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce. After cutting the ceremonial ribbon, board member Joani Daniel of Peoples Bank presented owners Tim and Amy Samuels with their first dollar of clear profit on behalf of the entire business community. Wayne County Glass and Aluminum is located just off Hwy 64 in the Barlow community and specializes in custom cutting, repairs and replacement of glass and aluminum. Pictured From left: Kevin Kelley, Jessica Samuels holding baby Randy James, Ben Samuels, owners Amy and Tim Samuels and chamber board member Joani Daniel.
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W.E.S. Pre-K Students Celebrate Read Across America
On March 2nd, Mrs. Barbara’s Class had a fun, learning, packed day in PreK. It was Dr. Seuss’s Birthday! The day began with green eggs and ham for breakfast. After breakfast, the class was surprised by their “Mystery Reader”. Caden Dygert’s mom, Laura, read them one of her favorite Dr. Seuss books. Next, Mrs. Barbara, Ms. Jill, Ms. Ladonna and Mrs. Betty did Small group learning activities with everyone. The learning centers were planned around Dr. Seuss books. And they covered all the subject areas. Finally, the culminating activity was a “Big Birthday Bash” for Dr. Seuss. Read Across America Day was one of many memorable days in Pre-K.
Spring is upon us! Soon our days will be longer and the kids will be out of school. To better serve our Wayne County Family we are making the following changes to our office hours. This will be effective May 1st, 2011.
New Hours Effective May 1st, 2011 100 East Tennessee Street Collinwood, TN 38450 931-724-9000
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We would like to welcome to the Fast Pace family the following new providers!!! With their combined years of experience they will be an asset to our community and we feel blessed to have them.
Wes Hamilton FNP-BC Wes joins us with 20 years experience. His work history includes taking care of critically injuried and sick patients in a hospital and emergency room setting as well as transporting them via ambulance and air.
Sandy Jones Sandy joins us with over 20 years experience. She has worked with Vanderbilt for many years. Her roles have included educator as well as trauma center charge nurse and flight nurse.
Dana Martin FNP-BC Dana joins us with over 12 years experience. Her experience has been in a large primary care/walk-in clinic during which time she cared for patients of all ages.
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WARM-SEASON VEGETABLES Warm-season vegetables require warm soil and air temperatures if they are to germinate, grow and mature properly. They will not tolerate any frost and may be severely damaged by prolonged temperatures as much as 15 degrees above freezing. They are deep-rooted and generally quite resistant to drought. However, irrigation may increase yields. They are frequently grown for their fruit or seed and thus do not require excessive amounts of nitrogen. Fruiting may, in fact, be delayed by excessive nitrogen fertilization. Warm-season vegetables are generally planted after danger of
frost in the spring and grown during the heat of summer. Some will survive and produce into the fall, but most have a relatively long growing season and must be planted no later than early July. Plant warm-season vegetables generally starting in May. Details are found in “Guide to Warm-Season Garden Vegetables,” a publication that you can get from UT Extension in the Court House, or https:// utextension.tennessee. edu/publications/ Documents/SP291-P.pdf. The publication lists commonly grown warmseason vegetables, recommended varieties, spacings, planting dates and harvest information. The following tips will
HARDIN COUNTY STOCKYARD 3350 HWY 226, SAVANNAH, TN 38372 731-925-3287 931-224-2247 MARKET REPORT April 20, 2011 Total Hd 645 Last Week 686 Last Yr 987 Cattle 635 Goats 10 Hogs 0 #1 STEERS & BULLS 200-300 WT 168.00-202.00 300-400 WT 156.00-168.00 400-500 WT 145.00-156.00 500-600 WT 132.00-145.00 600-700 WT 126.00-132.00 700-800 WT 114.00-126.00 800-900 WT 107.00-114.00
be helpful in growing warmseason vegetables: While warm-season vegetables generally perform better during warm weather than during cool weather, extreme heat can limit production. This is especially true of tomatoes, beans and peppers, which tend to drop their flowers when temperatures above 90 degrees are combined with high humidity. One way to reduce heat, and the need for irrigation is to add a layer of mulch on top of the soil. Shredded paper, pine needles, aged wood chips, or bark chips are just a few examples. Large amounts of nitrogen will also cause flowers and small fruit to drop. Do not apply ammonium nitrate sidedressings to tomatoes, peppers or okra until after fruit begins to set. Beans and corn are sensitive to cool soils. Seed tends to rot rather than germinate if soils are cool and wet. Okra, peppers and eggplant require even warmer soils (about 70 degrees) to germinate quickly. Soaking seed overnight may help, but do not soak seed more than 24 hours before planting. Half-runner beans are highly susceptible to virus diseases. Control
#1 HEIFERS 200-300 WT 138.00-148.00 300-400 WT 132.00-138.00 400-500 WT 127.00-132.00 500-600 WT 118.00-127.00 600-700 WT 114.00-118.00 700-800 WT 110.00-114.00 800-900 WT 104.00-110.00 HIGH DRESSING UTILITY COWS 77.00-85.50 HIGH DRESSING SLAUGHTER BULLS 91.00-97.50
insects to reduce the severity of this problem. Kentucky Wonder pole beans have low quality but are still very popular with home gardeners. It is also important to control cucumber beetles on cucumbers and cantaloupe to reduce the incidence of bacterial wilt of these crops. Specific control recommendations are found in PB 595, “You Can Control Garden Insects.” Squash, cucumbers, cantaloupes and other vine crops require pollination by insects to bear fruit. Apply insecticides late in the day to reduce the effect on honey bees. The Supersweet corns frequently must be
isolated from other corns. This can be accomplished by spacing corn plantings 100 or more feet apart or by timing the plantings so they do not shed pollen at the same time. They are especially difficult to get to sprout when the soil temperature is below 60 F. Lime soils properly to reduce blossom-end-rot of tomatoes, peppers and watermelon. Maintaining proper moisture may help the most in avoiding blossom-end rot. A mulch layer can help maintain moisture. If you must add water, use drip or soaker hose to keep the leaves dry. If you must water overhead, do so early in the morning.
ON THE ATTACK AGAINST ALLERGIES AND ASTHMA Cleaning strategies to help manage allergens
asthma among children aged six to sixteen. If someone in your home suffers from allergies or asthma, spring is a good time of year to rally the Family Clean Team! The goal is to start a regular cleaning program specifically aimed at controlling these indoor allergens. Bedroom Brigade Dust mites in the bedroom are the numberone problem for those with allergies and asthma. • Wash sheets and pillows weekly. • Launder blankets, comforters and mattress pads at least four times a year.
While you can’t control the asthma and allergy triggers, like pollen, that occur outside your home, you can control the inside ones: dust mites, mold and mildew, animal dander and cockroach droppings. A 2001 study by the Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati, published in the Journal of Pediatrics, said the elimination of household allergens could result in a nearly 45 percent decrease in
• Encase pillows, comforters and mattresses in allergen-impermeable covers to reduce exposure to dust mites. Mildew Militia It’s easy to spot mold and mildew in tile grout and on shower curtains, but they can also hide under sinks, around window frames and sills, and where the tub or shower meets the floor. • Clean these surfaces with an appropriate cleaner that kills mold and mildew. For shower stalls, bathtubs and painted or aluminum surfaces, use a tub and tile cleaner or nonabrasive, all-purpose cleaner. For unpainted wood surfaces, use a wood cleaner. • Disinfect using a disinfectant or antibacterial disinfectant cleaner that kills mold and mildew. Re-use as directed by product’s label to prevent mildew’s return. Note that a disinfectant product must be in contact with a surface from 30 seconds to 10 minutes to work properly. Because carpets are home to generations of dust mites, vacuuming is key to allergen reduction. Use an upright vacuum or a canister style with a power nozzle. They pick up two to six times as much dust from a rug as canisters without a power nozzle. Vacuum carpets at least once a week, more if you have a pet or if it’s allergy season. Clean up food spills, crumbs and liquids right way. Use a nonabrasive, all-purpose cleaner to remove food and grease from stovetops and other appliances.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 - 2011 - SECOND SECTION - THE WAYNE COUNTY NEWS - PAGE THREE
Leadership Wayne Visits Assisted Living
Leadership Wayne County visited the Wayne County Assisted Living facility on a recent Wednesday. In addition to a tour of the center, they served lunch to residents. The Assisted Living Center is a state-of-theart structure. Anyone interested can contact Deb Staggs, Director, at 722-2000. It is located at 210 Fairlane Drive, Waynesboro.
Auction Sat-April 30th-10:00 A.M.
Country Home â™Ś Pool â™Ś 1 (+/-) acre Homesite 8025 Cherry Chapel Loop Walnut Grove Community 17 Â˝ miles south of Savannah TN
C.M.S. Leadership Teams Serve As Pages State Legislature
Pictured back row from left to right Christian Weaver, Ben Hanback, Ben Ragan, and Isaac Franks. Front row Rachel Petty, Whitney Parker, Brianna Tidwell, Chaley Whitehead, Darbee Hollis, and McKinley Heard. On Thursday March Representative Steve Haslamâ€™s office but he 24, 2011, the Collinwood McDaniel. Ms. Waldon was not there. Middle School got up gave the students a tour After their tour the very early to take a of the state capitol. The students went onto trip to Nashville. They students were able to see the House floor where were going to the state portraits of the former they were given their capitol to serve as pages governors of Tennessee instructions for the day. to the stateâ€™s House of and they saw the newest When the session was Representatives. portrait of Phil Bredesen, called to order, Rep. Steve They were greeted at which had recently been McDaniel introduced the the capitol by Ms. Sharon hung in the building. The students and they were Waldon, Secretary to students visited Gov. Bill formally recognized
by the Speaker of the House. The studentâ€™s duties included taking messages, making copies, carrying papers from the representatives to others on the floor, and getting snacks and drinks for the legislatures. This was a very interesting day for the students to see how bills are voted on especially when a bill was about education. Sometimes the debates became heated. It was a honor and privilege for these students to be able to serve as pages and they greatly appreciate Rep. McDaniel allowing them to do so. Submitted
Leanna Smith 1037 Hwy. 99 Waynesboro, TN 38485
Has made application with the Wayne County Beer Board to Operate:
5781 Beech Creek Rd. Waynesboro, TN 38485 Publication of this notice is required by the Wayne County Beer Board.
3 BIG DAYS! THURSDAY, APRIL 28 â€˘ 1 P.M. FRIDAY, APRIL 29 â€˘ 10 A.M. SATURDAY, APRIL 30 â€˘ 10 A.M. Location: 139 Jackson St., Lawrenceburg
Directions: From intersection of Hwy. 43 (North Locust Ave.) and Weakley Creek Rd. in Lawrenceburg, go west across railroad, bear left onto North Military. Turn right on Jackson St. Watch for signs. Directions from Florence, AL: From the int. of Cox Creek Pkwy(133) & Savannah Hwy(20), go NW on Savannah Hwy for 25 miles to Walnut Grove school building, turn right on Morris Rd, go 3.8 miles, turn left on Cherry Chapel Loop, go 0.4 miles to house on right. Directions from Savannah, TN: From the int. of Highway 69 & Airport Rd(226), go S on Highway 69 for 13.5 miles to Walnut Grove school building, turn left on Morris Rd, go 3.8 miles, turn left on Cherry Chapel Loop, go 0.4 miles to house on right. This 1Â˝ story home features on the main level a large LR, DR, kitchen, laundry room, master BR w/walk in closet & master bathroom w/ whirlpool tub & separate walk in shower. The upper level consists of 2 BRâ€™s, sitting room & full bathroom. The home has vinyl siding exterior, central heating and cooling and is served by public water. The home sells with an above ground swimming pool with wood deck, metal storage building and a wood playhouse.
Agents will be on property Sat., Apr. 23rd from 10:00 to 2:00 p.m. or by appointment.
Seller: Sherri L. McKinney Terms: 10% down payment on day of sale. Balance due upon delivery of deed within 45 days from day of sale. Possession upon delivery of deed. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Seller will furnish survey prepared by Carroll Land Surveying. All information contained here is believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Announcements made by the Auction Company day of sale supersedes any printed material.
Please visit www.kingrealtyandauction.com for additional information.
Thursday, April 28th, 2011 1:00 P.M. Thousands of Coins
Friday, April 29th, 2011 10:00 A.M. Tools & Personal Items
(22)-Buffalo Nickels, (2)-Australian Kookaburra 999 Silver Pieces, (116)Mercury Dimes, (1)-Panama Gold Piece, (41)-Dimes 1964 & Before, (1)Panama Silver $5, (67)-Quarters 1964 & Before, (4)-Half Dimes 1838-1857, (16)-Kennedy Halves 64 & Before, (1)-Half Dime 1845, (29)-Walking Liberty Halves, (12)-Barber Dimes, (21)-Ben Franklin Halves, (9)-Barber Quarters, (169)-Kennedy Halves 1965-1970, (2)-Quarters 1853, (51)-Various Defective Coins, (1)-Quarter 1932, (3)-100000 Marks, (1)-Big Bust Liberty Quarter 1832, (1)-1000 Yen, (2)-Setting Liberty Quarter 1854, (1)-$1 Bahamas, (5)-Liberty Silver Dollar 1922-1923, (9)-$2 Bills, (1)-$5 Gold Piece 1880, (1)-Canadian Dollar Ottawa 1954, (2)-Columbian Half Dollars 1892-1893, (1)-$3 Note Dated August 10, 1954, (9)-One Cent Eagle Front-Wreath Back, (1)-Kennedy Memorial Penny, (9)-One Cent Pieces 1818-1851, Hundreds of Foreign Coins Very Old to Newer, (49)-Indian Head Pennies, Hundreds of Modern Collectable Coins, (40)-Wheat Pennies, (1)-1983 P Nickel, (53)-Indian Head Pennies, (1)-1997 P Nickel, (40)-Wheat Pennies 1909-1926, 100 Plus Steel Penny, (1) Half Cent Stemless Wreath 1804, (8)-Australian 999 Silver Pieces (One Dollar), (2)-2 Cent Pieces, (5)-3 Cent Pieces, (1)-5 Cent Piece 1873, (26)-V Nickels, (71)-Buffalo Nickels, (5)-Nickels 1939, (2)-Completed Collector books Lincoln Cent/20th Century Coins, (1)-Incomplete Collector Book Liberty Nickels, (2)-Foreign Coins-Large Silver 1780, (2)-Foreign Coins- Large Silver 1796, (1)-Venezuela 12 Â˝ Cent 1947, (1)-1779 (1)Reale Spain, (1)-1863 (2)Reales/7 Pointed Star, (1)-1900 Bolurana 50 cent Piece, (1) 1923 Silver Dollar, (2) Nickels 1994-P & 1997-P, (1)-1944 Philippineâ€™s 5 Cent, (2)-Uncirculated Walking Liberty Silver Dollars 2002-1989, (6)-Halves 1907-D/(2)1908-D/1911/1912-S/1915-S, 27)-Silver Dollars: (3)1880/(2)1884, (1)1886/(2)1897/(3)1889/(2)1890/(1)1891, (1)1892/(2)1898/(1)1901/(9)1921, Several Old tokens
Ammo, Rods & Reels, Antique Fly Rod, Stone Polisher, Gas Char-Broil Grill, Platform Scales, Lawn Furniture, Aluminum Step Ladder, Powerhouse Generator 5000, Justin Drill Press, Hand Drill Press, Delta Metal Band Saw, Powermatic Router, Craftsman Planer, Table Joiner, Powermatic Table Saw, Rockwell Metal Band Saw, Wood Turning Lathe, Box of Clamps, Wood Working Tools, Lg. Craftsman Band Saw, Sanders, Skill Saw, Miter Saw, DR Power Wagon, 12 Wheel Trailer, YM Garden Tiller, (2) Lawn Mowers, (2) 17 HP 42â€? Cut Murray Mowers, Edger, Lots of Wrenches, 8 HP Shredder, Lawn Wheel & Tires, Yard Tools, Tie Downs, Walk Boards, House Jacks, Large Grinder, Chain Saws, Hedge Trimmer, Come-a-longs, Blower, Lawn Chipper, Trimmers, Creek Pump, 5 HP Air Compressor, Electric Tree Trimmer, Makita 16â€™ Band Saw, Antique Straight Back Chairs, 10â€? Table Saw, Wire Fed Welder, Hobart Grinder, Several Boards of Lumber, Hand Scales, Antique Printing Press, Side Grinder, 300 Belarus Tractor, Box Blade, Slip Scoop, Antique Hand Drill, 2 Metal Turning Lathes, Antique Planer, Cannon Balls, Draw Knives, Black & Decker Work Master, Antique Powder Flask, Electric Stapler, Turning Lathe Knives & Tools, Troy Built Sickle Bar Mower, Craftsman Miter Saw, Table Saw, Antique Bench Drill, Diana 380 Cast Iron 2 Eye Cook Stove, Antique Press, Hand Tools, Metal Detector, Large Box of Antique Hand Grinders
Saturday, April 30 â€˘ 10:00 a.m. - House & Personal Items Pictured at left is a nice 1884 sq. ft. 3 bedroom, 1Â˝ bath brick home. Home has CH/A, nice patio and has a detached room that was used for a beauty shop on a nice lot. Home is in a good location and convenient to everything. Hubert Lancaster, Owner
Large Oak Entertainment Center, Small Secretary Desk, Antique Books, Lots of Books, Lamp Table, Collectable Glassware, Wedgewood Dish, 2 Mustache Cups, Set of China & Odd Pieces, Antique Bottles, Kenmore Refrigerator, Vacuum Cleaners, Carpet Cleaner, Frig. Refrigerator, Kenmore Washer, Kenmore Dryer, Norman Rockwell Plates, Milk Cans, 3 Piece Antique Oak Bedroom Suite, Bowl & Pitcher, Â˝ Bed Springs & Mattress, Drop Leaf Table, Jewelry Box, Whirlpool DehumidiďŹ er, Wing Back Chair, 4 Piece Oak Bedroom Suite, Mahogany Sofa Table, Antique Lamps, Lots of Antique Pressed Glass, Antique Mantel Clock, China Doll, Gone with the Wind Lamp, Coffee & End Tables, Almost New Couch, Antique Pitchers, Small Round Tables, Antique Platform Chair, Wagner Iron Skillets, Cast Iron Dutch Oven, Grandfather Clock, Antique High Chair, Antique Cherry Sewing Chair, Brass Bed & Table, Queen Ann Chair, Fern Stand, Wicker Chest of Drawers, 3 Sewing Machines, Pewter, Several Pieces of China, Cookware, Pots & Pans, Hard Rock Maple Table, 4 Matching Chairs, Sewing Cart, Maple Hutch, Recliner, 3 Piece Matching L/R Suite, Chippendale Bowls, 4 Pieces Roseville, Satin Glass Bowl, 1996 GMC Red Pickup, Mercury Marquis TERMS: CASH DAY OF SALE. CASHIERâ€™S CHECK OR BANK LETTER REQUIRED BY ANYONE NOT KNOWN BY AUCTION COMPANY. Personal Property: Cash or good check the day of sale. House: 10% down the day of sale with the balance due in 30 days. ALL ANNOUNCEMENTS DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER ANY PRINTED MATTER OR PRIOR ANNOUNCEMENTS Disclaimer: Homefront Realty & Auction LLC/GMAC assumes no liability for errors or omissions in these listings. Although information has been obtained from sources deemed reliable, the Auctioneer makes no warranty or guarantee, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy of the information herein contained. It is for this reason that the buyers and buyerâ€™s agents should avail themselves the opportunity to make a thorough inspection and verify all speciďŹ cations prior to the sale. All properties offered for sale in â€œAS ISâ€? condition. This includes both personal property and real property. All sales ďŹ nal. All statements made at the auction day of sale shall take precedence over all printed material. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS AND OTHER AUCTIONS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE @ www.hfrealty.com or www.auctionzip.com.
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Ms. Deneal Stricklinâ€™s Third Grade: Elizabeth Huskey, Emily Petty, Sara Sanchez and Carrie Tidwell. Mrs. Christy Zepedaâ€™s Third Grade: Kaitlyn Brubaker, Noah Hollis and Sharlon Robbins. Mrs. Angie Brewerâ€™s Fourth Grade: Sydney Faulds, Sam Ragan and Thomas Rich.
Câ€™wood Elementary Perfect Attendance For 2nd Nine Weeks Collinwood Elementary School had â€œ56â€? students with perfect attendance for the second nine weeks of school. These students did not miss one minute of school for nine whole weeks. They were rewarded with a treat, a perfect attendance pencil, and a certificate worth $10.00 for their savings account at the Wayne County Bank. The following students at Collinwood Elementary School have attained Perfect Attendance status
for the third nine weeks of school ending March 4, 2011. Ms. Mindy Hanbackâ€™s Pre-K: Thayer Brewer and Corbin Smith. Mrs. Kelly Lovelaceâ€™s Pre-K: Aiden Brewer, Preston Bryant, Remington Holt, and Alex Stricklin. Mrs. Tina Robbinsâ€™ Pre-K: Rhylee Clay. Ms. Emily Robertsonâ€™s Pre-K: Charles Bryant and Jonah Keeton. Mrs. April Broomeâ€™s Kindergarten: Kyra Wright. Mrs. Abree Brownâ€™s T-1:
Mrs. Celisa Hatcherâ€™s Fourth Grade: Taylor Morris and Jake Statom. Ms. Martha Heltonâ€™s Fourth Grade: Landon Andrews, Olen Kahl, Felicity Simmons and Jeremiah Tidwell. Mrs. Tabitha Holtâ€™s Fourth Grade: Lacey Gross and Hunter Jones. Mrs. Kristi Tingleâ€™s Fourth Grade: Klein Caperton.
Gourd Carving Demonstrated At CSCC
THIRD Columbia State Community College/ Clifton Campus and the Artisans of Wayne County were the host to Joan Appelt, Beech Creek Gourds, on Thursday, April 7. Joan demonstrated progressive gourd carving to approximately 30 spectators. Beech Creek Gourds is located on Beech Creek Road, Clifton or visit her at art at: www. beechcreekgourds.com
FOURTH McWilliams, Ashton Rippy. Mrs. Rylee Beverly Franksâ€™ Dayton Scott and Mason Kindergarten: None. Smith. Mrs. Annette Mrs. Kristi Gobbellâ€™s Jonesâ€™ Second Grade: Kindergarten: Alyssa Connor Brewer, Rhianna Gray and Griffin Pigg. McWilliams and Alex Mrs. Serena Pierceâ€™s Peden. Mrs. Rebecca Kindergarten: Lucas Leeâ€™s Second Grade: Austin Bryant and Faith Bryant. Mrs. Dee Butlerâ€™s Rich. Mrs. Robbie Berryâ€™s First Grade: Grace Parker and Harrison Third Grade: Laney Rickard. Mrs. Susan Brewer, Sydnee Hunt, Grinderâ€™s First Grade: Toby Littrell, and Dyer Destany Clay, Rachel Richardson. Mrs. Susan Third Stults, Anna Whitehead Camfieldâ€™s and Hannah Wright. Mrs. Grade: Braylee Daniel Bridgette Howeâ€™s First and Drew Whitehead. Grade: None. Mrs. Kim NOTICE TO FURNISHERS OF LABOR AND MATERIALS TO: Whittenâ€™s First Grade: Right of Way Mowing, LLC Savannah Brewer. PROJECT NO.: 98047-4237-04 Mrs. Ginger Holtâ€™s CONTRACT NO.: CNH339 COUNTY: Wayne Second Grade: Brenna The Tennessee Department of TransportaGrinder and Caroline tion is about to make Âżnal settlement with Grinder. Mrs. Mindy the contractor for construction of the above project. All persons wishing to Huntâ€™s Second Grade: numbered Âżle claims pursuant to Section 54-5-122, T.C.A. must Âżle same with the Director of Construction, Tennessee Department of Transportation, Suite 700 James K. Polk Bldg., Nashville, Tennessee 37243-0326, on or before 06/10/11.
Saturday, May 7, 2011 - 10 A.M.
*3 Bedroom House & Lots Approximately (150â€™ X 200â€™)
*3 Utility/Workshop Buildings Approximately (2,048 Sq. Ft.)
Selling for: Collinwood Church of God vs. Helen Byler Civil Action #2009 - CV4698
Location: 208 First Avenue North, Collinwood, TN - One Block North Of Collinwood on 13 Hwy.
This 2 Story 3 Bedroom Home (4000 Sq. Ft. +-) has a Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Nook, Den, Attic/Upstairs (1 Large HOUSE Room), and Large Porches. Built in 1928 and updated in the 1960â€™s, this home has wood siding and a metal roof. The outbuildings are 3 continuous buildings with approximately 2,048 square feet of space with an open carport. All situated on corner lots with city utilities UTILITY/WORKSHOP and many shade trees. TERMS: 10% Down Day Of Sale On Real Estate. Balance On Or Before 30 Days with Deed FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL COL. LARRY MATHIS - LISTING AGENT
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2011 - SECOND SECTION - THE WAYNE COUNTY NEWS - PAGE FIVE
Wayne Co. Sheriff’s Office February 2011 Stats Criminal Warrants Served Civil Summons/Subpoenas Served Total Calls Answered Reports
Monthly 207 239 289 102
Year to Date 1,516 1,721 2,519 836
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)
88 16 0 16 63 0 63 79
682 11 5 15 48 13 60 75
Total # of Transports Avg. # Correctional Officer Per Transport Avg. # Inmates Per Transport Total # Miles For Transports Total # Hours Paid For Transports
22 1 1 1,191 57.00
182 1 2 10,911 426
Total # Inmates on Meds # of Prescription Meds Dispensed Daily # of Over-Counter Meds Dispensed Daily
40 95 12
177 503 44
# Inmates Taken to Wayne Medical Ctr. # Inmates Taken to Mental Heath Appts. Total # of Inmates’ Nurse Visits Total # of Inmates’ Doctors Visits # Illnesses Being Treated
17 1 11 10 13
36 1 152 60 117
# Hours Worked by Trustees 1,735 12,585 Trustee Hours Worked 06 to Feb 28……………. 109,402
Clifton Girl Scouts Commend E.M.S.
Clifton Girl Scout Troop 249 recently donated cookies to the local E.M.S. They commended them for all their hard work in saving lives everyday in Wayne County.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS As Required by TCA §302-306 Case Number 91CH1-2011PR-91 In the Matter of the Estate of: Gerald E Mathis, Deceased Notice is Hereby Given that on April 21, 2011, Letters of Administration, in respect to the Estate of Gerald E Mathis, deceased, 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 four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, 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: April 21, 2011. Betina Sanders, Aundra Ray, Brenda Butler Co-Administrators Patrick Butler Attorney Carolyn Mathis Clerk April 27, May 4, 2011
Shiloh National Military Park Presents Cannon Firing Demonstrations “The sound of cannon fire will again rumble across Shiloh battlefield throughout the weekend of April 30th, and May 1st, 2011,” announced Superintendent Woody Harrell. On Saturday and Sunday, park volunteers dressed in period uniforms will present cannon firing demonstrations in the open area south of the park’s visitor center. “The weekend interpretive programs will focus on Civil War artillery and specifically on the combat roll played by Union and Confederate artillery batteries during the Battle of Shiloh. Artillery was used in both defensive and offensive situations during this desperate two-day struggle. Routinely, cannon were more capable in support of defensive tactics, but field artillery also played a role in offensive warfare, such as General Daniel Ruggles’ famous artillery concentration at Shiloh, which hammered the Union defenders of the Hornet’s Nest. We encourage the public to visit this battlefield location to view the cannon marking Ruggles’ Battery at stop #4 on the automobile tour, many of which are field guns manufactured in the Confederacy,” stated Harrell. “Soldiers wrote about the devastating effects NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated May 6, 2009, executed by JAMES THOMPSON AND SHERRY THOMPSON, conveying certain real property therein described to WHITE & BETZ ATTORNEYS as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, on May 11, 2009, as Instrument No. 52445, in Book 119, at Page 476-488; and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, who is now the owner of said debt; and WHEREAS, Notice of the Right to Foreclose (“Notice”) was given in compliance with Tennessee law by the mailing a copy of the Notice to the parties at least sixty (60) days prior to the first publication of the Substitute Trustee’s Sale. WHEREAS, the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., having been appointed by as Substitute Trustee by instrument filed for record in the Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable, and that the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., as Substitute Trustee or its duly appointed agent, by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee will, on May 19, 2011, 11:00 AM at the Wayne County courthouse door where the foreclosure sales are customarily held At the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, TN, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, to wit: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 1st Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, in the Coty of Waynesboro, on the south side of West Hollis Street, and being more particularly bonded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a steel pin on West boundary of the lands of William W. Askins as shown in the Deed Book No. 53, page 266, being the Southeast corner of the lands of Sage Fuerst as shown in Deed Book No. 137, at page 306; thence South 4°04’15” West 43.00 feet to a 16 inch cedar; thence South 8° 56’ 57” West 178.98 feet to a steel pin, running with the North boundary of the lands of Nancy Josephine Long as shown in Deed Book No. 63, page 609; thence South 89° 29’ 12” West 390.44 feet to a steel pin at the Northwest corner of the lands of the Baptist Church; thence South 89° 24’ 02” West 160.90 feet to a 10 inch beech, running with the East boundary of the lands of Floyd Staggs as shown in Deed Book No. 77, at page 498; thence North 3° 22’ 33” East 335.58 feet to a steel pin; thence South 84° 33’ 37” East 150.93 feet to a steel pin; thence South 88° 00’
of the artillery fire they experienced during the battle. It is hoped that these weekend interpretive presentations will provide the public an opportunity to visualize what the soldiers endured at Shiloh, as they fought for the beliefs they held dear,” added Harrell. Each cannon firing interpretive program will last approximately 30 minutes, with one sixpounder cannon being fired three times during each presentation. The programs will include information on the different types of cannon and projectiles used during the war, and will describe the process used to load and fire a Civil War cannon. The demonstration times are Saturday, April 30, 11 A.M., 1 P.M. and 3 P.M. and on Sunday, May 1, at 11:30 A.M. and 1:30 P.M. 50” East 240.68 feet to a steel pin; running with the lands of Bernard C. Holthouse as shown in Deed Book No. 116, at page 462; thence South 6° 16’ 21” West 83.80 feet to a steel pin; thence South 89° 33’ 57” East 75.90 feet to an iron pipe; thence South 88° 02’ 03” East 104.98 feet to the point of beginning, containing 3.734 acres of land, more or less, according to the survey of David H. Parsons, Tennessee Licensed Surveyor No. 1693, February 14, 1995. Together with an access easement as recorded in Deed Book No. 105, page 516, being more fully described as follows: BEGINNING at a point being North 88° 02’ 03” West 7.36 feet from the Southeast corner of the lands of Sage Fuerst as shown in Deed Book No. 137, page 306, running with the center of a gravel driveway; thence North 0° 38’ 30” West 29.38 feet to a point; thence North 2° 25’ 55” West 34.43 feet to a point; thence North 7° 33’ 38” East 105.74 feet to a point on the South right of way of West Hollis Street. PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 217 W HOLLIS STREET, WAYNESBORO, TN 38485. In the event of any discrepancy between this street address and the legal description of the property, the legal description shall control. CURRENT OWNER(S): JAMES THOMPSON AND SHERRY THOMPSON OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: N/A The sale of the abovedescribed property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. This property is being sold with the express reservation that it is subject to confirmation by the lender or Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold as is, where is, without representations or warranties of any kind, including fitness for a particular use or purpose. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., Substitute Trustee 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 Tel: (800) 281-8219 Fax: (805) 553-6392, TS# 10-0166052, FEI# 1006.131576 April 27, May 4, 11, 2011
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms, and conditions of a Deed of Trust Note dated October 27, 2008, and the Deed of Trust of even date securing the same, recorded November 3, 2008, at Book 114, Page 958 in Office of the Register of Deeds for Wayne County, Tennessee, executed by Jonathan Bray and Jennifer Bray, conveying certain property therein described to Alan C. Betz as Trustee for Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Hamilton Mortgage Corporation; and the undersigned, Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., having been appointed Successor Trustee. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable; and that an agent of Shellie Wallace of Wilson & Associates, P.L.L.C., as Successor Trustee, by virtue of the power, duty, and authority vested in and imposed upon said Successor Trustee will, on May 16, 2011 on or about 3:00 P.M., at the Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale certain property hereinafter described to the highest bidder FOR CASH, free from the statutory right of redemption, homestead, dower, and all other exemptions which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, said property being real estate situated in Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 4th Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, on the waters of Little Indian Creek, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at stake on South Margin of graded road, the same being most Eastern Northeast corner of tract of which this is a part, the same being a corner of tract conveyed to Mahon Martin by Grady Lee Wright by deed dated March 7 1958, and found of record in Deed Book 39, page 517, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee; thence South 49 degrees 30 minutes West 18 poles to stake in Mahon Martin fence, the same being the most Eastern Southeast corner of tract of which this is a part, and a corner of Martin tract; thence North 44 degrees 30 minutes West 37 sixteenth twenty-fifths’ poles to stake, the same being a Northwest corner of Martin tract and a corner of tract of which this is a part; thence North 58 degrees East 34 three twenty fifths’ poles to stake standing on the North side of Indian Creek Road, the same being a corner of Mahon Martin land and most Southern Southwest corner 62.31 acre tract; thence South 18 degrees 30 minutes East with East boundary line of tract of which this is a part and along South side of graded road 35 poles to point of beginning, containing by estimation 5 acres, to be the same more or less. ALSO KNOWN AS: 179 Newburn Hollow Road, Collinwood, Tennessee 38450 The HB 3588 letter was mailed to the borrower(s) pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 35-5-117. This sale is subject to all matters shown on any applicable recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements, or setback lines that may be applicable; any statutory rights of redemption of any governmental agency, state or federal; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. In addition, the following parties may claim an interest in the above-referenced property: Jonathan Bray; Jennifer Bray; John S. Bray The sale held pursuant to this Notice may be rescinded at the Successor Trustee’s option at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. W&A No. 717-208569 DATED April 15, 2011 WILSON & ASSOCIATES, P.L.L.C., Successor Trustee By Shellie Wallace DSaleNoticeTN-Shellie_ mgrayer_110415_ 918 FOR SALE INFORMATION, VISIT WWW.MYFIR.COM and WWW.REALTYTRAC.COM Apr. 20, 27, May 4, 2011
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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. Apr. 13-20-27, 2011-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. Apr. 13-20-27, 2011-P. BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER You Can be the Difference! Come join us at Tennessee Quality Hospice and become a part of a caring and compassionate team. Tennessee Quality Hospice provides Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual support for terminally ill patients and their families. Volunteers are needed for Patient care, bereavement support, office work. Training is free call Bro. Chad Balentine at 931-722-2785. Jan. 26-2011-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. April 2011-(ojb) WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS â€œAFTER-CAREâ€? GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an â€œAfter-Careâ€? 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. Apr. 2011 -(ojb)
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. Feb.-Dec. 2011-P.
HOPES SUPPORT GROUP FORMED HOPES Support Group, Healing Opportunities for People Experiencing Suicide loss, meets on the 2nd Tuesday night of each month at the Wayne County Helping Hands building in Waynesboro. The meetings begin at 7 P.M. Have you lost a loved one to suicide? Do you feel like no one understands? If so, you are not alone. Everyone who has walked this difficult path experiences similar emotions and confusion. For more information about this new support group and the meetings call Becky at 724-2223 between 5 and 8 P.M. Wayne County Helping Hands has a 24 hour, 7 day a week assistance line, 722-6888. April 6-13-20-27, 2011-P.
EASON FAMILY REUNION The Eason Family Reunion will be held Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 1 P.M. at the Odum, Georgia Civic Center. Please contact 904-737-5254, home or cell 904-707-6615.
WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST Website: www.waynesborochurchofchrist.org
A Church That Cares About The Community Of Waynesboro. SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 A.M. SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP. . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 A.M. SUNDAY EVENING WORSHIP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 P.M. WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 P.M. PULPIT MINISTER - Mitchell Skelton
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WAYNE COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION Free GED classes are available at the Wayne County Adult Education Office. â€œWe offer small class instruction, individual instruction, tutoring, and are looking at the possibility of offering online classes. We have flexible scheduling and would love the opportunity to help anyone who does not have a high school diploma achieve a GED. For more information visit us on Facebook at Wayne County Adult Education or contact Ryan Franks at 931-722-9943. Feb. 2 Thru June 29, 2011-(ojb)
FREE RIDES FOR VETERANS Free rides are available to Veterans for trips to Nashville/ Murfreesboro VA Hospitals / Clinics. The rides only are available with seven day notice and depend on driver availability. You must have signed insurance form and must call the night before to assure driver of need for a ride. For more information call James R. Rains at 722-3150. Feb. 23-tf-(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. WAYNE COUNTY AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY RELAY FOR LIFE MEETING APR. 28 The Wayne County American Cancer Society Relay for Life Committee and Team Captains meeting will be held Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 6 P.M. at Bradleyâ€™s Restaurant in Waynesboro. Questions, call Wonda Turnbo at 722-5438 or 722-9602. CHS CLASS OF 1956 REUNION Collinwood High School Class of 1956 will meet at Chadâ€™s Restaurant in Collinwood on Saturday, May 7th at 6:30 P.M. WAYNE COUNTY BEER BOARD MEETS APR. 29 The Wayne County Beer Board will meet in Special Session on Friday, April 29, 2011 at 5:30 P.M. at the Wayne County Courthouse Conference Room. Purpose of the meeting will be to review the application of Leanna Smith to operate Dumplins Grocery. The public is invited to attend. Apr. 27-May 4, 2011-(ojb)
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BENEFIT FOR RICHARD PEDEN A benefit for Richard Peden will be held May 7 beginning at 4 P.M. at the Collinwood Recreation building. An auction will be held beginning at 7 P.M. For more information call 931-332-0120. DIABETES EDUCATION GROUP TO MEET The Diabetes Education Group at Maury Regional Medical Center will host a meeting titled â€œUnderstanding Diabetesâ€? on Tuesday, May 3, in the medical centerâ€™s Private Dining Room One at 11:30 A.M. Keith Cryar, M.D., an endocrinologist on the medical staff at MRMC, will provide an overview of diabetes and address the complications that can occur when the disease is left untreated. For more information, call 931-540-4324. 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, (W2â€™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 7223277 or 722-9413. PIGG REUNION The annual reunion of the family of the late John Pigg 1765-1835 and the late Sarah Callie Cate Berry Pigg 17811875, will be held at the Cypress Inn Fire Hall at Mt. Hope Cemetery on Saturday, May 7th from 10:30 A.M. till ? Please bring a basket lunch and drinks that will be served around noon. If you wish to bring photos, family history, etc. to share with other family members that would be great. Directions to the Cypress Inn Fire Hall, from Highway 13 South take the Natchez Trace Parkway, go south to mile marker 345 (or the 6th road crossing) turn right, go straight across this road crossing, (do not turn) go up hill a short distance to the fire department. If you are traveling from Alabama, take the 3rd road crossing from Ala/Tenn. stateline, turn left, and follow same directions as above. For more information call Elzo and Jean Smith 931-724-9341, Imogene Smith, 931-724-9560 or Marie Harper Southerland 931-724-4820. Kinfolks are welcome. Apr. 13-20-27-May 4, 2011-P.
FAIRVIEW F.W.B. YOUTH TO SPONSOR CAR WASH / BAKE SALE The Fairview Free Will Baptist Church Voices Of Truth Youth Group will have a car wash and bake sale on Saturday, May 14 from 10 A.M. until 2 P.M. A small fee will be charged for the car wash.
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CHURCH DIRECTORY AND DEVOTIONAL PAGE HIGHLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy, 13 North – Near Buffalo River Rod Littrell, Preacher WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF CHRIST Hassell & Boyd St . – Waynesboro Sunday Bible Study 9 A.M. – Worship 10 A.M. Mitchell Skelton, Pulpit Minister WEBSITE: www.waynesborochurchofchrist.org COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST Gregg Lee, Preacher Sunday Bible Class 9 – Worship 10 HYDES CHAPEL CHURCH OF CHRIST Cypress Inn - Nolan Burns, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SOUTH HIGHLAND CHURCH OF CHRIST Route 1, Collinwood – Hwy. 13 Barry Anderson, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy. 114 – Clifton Tracy Love, Minister S.S. 10- A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Sun. & Wed. Evening 7 P.M. MT. HOPE CHURCH OF CHRIST Michael Andrews, Minister B.S. 10 A.M. – Sunday Worship 11 A.M. FAIRVIEW CHURCH OF CHRIST Hwy. 13 – 12 Miles S. of Collinwood Sonny Bogus, Minister Sunday Bible Class 10 A.M. Worship 11 A.M. WAYNE FURNACE CHURCH OF CHRIST Highway 64 East Cary Crews, Minister S.S. 9 A.M. – Worship 10 A.M. BEECH CREEK CHURCH OF CHRIST Wayne Kilpatrick, Minister Bible Study & Church 10 A.M. Sunday & Wednesday Evening 6 P.M. TOPSY CHURCH OF CHRIST Topsy Community Ronnie Pope, Minister S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH On Eagle Creek - John Blackwell, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night 6 P.M. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH Middle Butler Road - Mark Nelson, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 64 West – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. UPPER GREEN RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH Green River Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Jerry Flippo, Pastor OAK GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Just Off Pumping Station Road. Bro. Dusty Malugen S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Southeast Corner Wayne County Billy Hill, Pastor COLLINWOOD FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Tennessee & 6th Ave. – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Mike Hammonds, Pastor CLIFTON FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Clifton Tennessee Randal Runions, Interim Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. LUTTS BAPTIST CHURCH Mike Calvert, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M.
COUNTY LINE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WAYNESBORO WHITTEN’S CROSSROADS Buttermilk Ridge Road FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. South Main Street – Waynesboro Whitten’s Crossroads Community BEECH CREEK FULL GOSPEL CHURCH S.S. 9:45 A.M. – Worship 11 A .M. John Allen Berry, Pastor Beech Creek Road - Harold Morris, Pastor KELLEY’S CHAPEL S.S. 10:45 A.M. – Wprship 9:45 A.M. Sunday 10 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH Most of the things that we fear the most, fortunately never come to pass, and even when WAYNESBORO FIRST FIRST PENTECOSTAL Natural Bridge Road - Troy Gobbell, Pastor UNITED METHODIST CHURCH they do, they are often not as bad as we imagined they would be. The most dreaded CHURCH OF CLIFTON S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Elm Street – Clifton things in our lives are usually most CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Waynesboro, Tennessee Billy Wright, Pastor Jerry Robbins, Pastor often the result of our vivid Lea Thornton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 13 South – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M imaginations, which run amok with PHILLIPS CHAPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON UNITED Highway 13 North – Waynesboro worries and imagined evils which Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. METHODIST CHURCH John Blackwell, Pastor Wed. Even. 6 P.M. thankfully seldom occur. This is not West Pillow St., Clifton - Jim Bryant, Pastor NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER STATELINE CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. to say that horrible things never Highway 128, Clifton Keith Montgomery, Pastor RIVERSIDE UNITED Jimmy Hayes, Pastor happen; surely the world has plenty of Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline METHODIST CHURCH 3 P.M.Worship Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. frightful misery. But, these things are Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Jim Rucker COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 usually vastly exaggerated, and we GOD OF PROPHECY MEMORIAL CUMBERLAND Railroad Bed – Woodlawn often worry needlessly about things BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Connie Pulley, Pastor Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro that never come to pass. Therefore, we Highway 13 North – Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Donnie Overton, Pastor Don Jones, Pastor should follow the advice of the WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Highway 64 West – Waynesboro serenity prayer: “God, grant me the GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Ron Smith, Pastor Colllinwood – Third Avenue serenity to accept the things I cannot CHURCH IN CLIFTON S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Lawrence Steiner, Pastor Dr. James Roundtree Pastor change, the courage to change the CLIFTON CHURCH OF GOD S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Dorothy Lambert, Pastor things I can, and the wisdom to know LEATHERWOOD FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. BAPTIST CHURCH the difference.” There is simply 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD Highway 64 West S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. nothing else to do about the evils of Highway 13 – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH Richard Bane, Pastor the world. That is, we need to change RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 64 East - Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road them if we can or accept them if we Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor CROMWELL CROSSROADS CHURCH Edd Lopp, Pastor Saturday Mass 5 P.M. cannot. This exact sentiment is Service 10 A.M. Sunday S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. HOLLIS CHAPEL Joe Risner, Pastor expressed quite beautifully in a ZION BAPTIST CHURCH FULL GOSPEL CHURCH WAYNE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 750 Glenrock Branch Road Mother Goose nursery rhyme from Old Railroad – Iron City - Pastor, Julie Keener Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Nathan Huff, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. 1695: “For every ailment under the Junior Cummins, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. SEVENTH DAY S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. sun there is a remedy, or there is none; if there be one, try to find it; if there be none, BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH ADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO WAYNESBORO 8821 California Branch Road never mind it.” Even a child could follow this simple logic, and yet as adults, we too Pastor – John Johnston GREEN RIVER TABERNACLE Westpoint, TN 38486 - Tony Shults, Pastor 1606 Old Highway 64 E. often fret and worry about things beyond our control. So, we should stop worrying and Green River Road, Waynesboro S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. Larry Janes, Pastor get to work on the things that we can control, and trust that God will handle the rest. Evening Worship 6 P.M. LITTLE BETHEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ABUNDANT LIFE HOLINESS CHURCH THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH Trust in the Lord, and do good; Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness. On Pumping Station Road OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Highway 64 West – Waynesboro Robert Marks, Pastor Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. Dean Haggard, Pastor New K.J.V. Psalm 37:3 S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles Sunday Service 10:30 Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. W of Linden Highway 412 Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER LIVING WATER TABERNACLE FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. JOHNSON’S CHAPEL PINEY GROVE MT. HOPE UNITED COLLINWOOD UNITED 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg BAPTIST CHURCH Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Shawn Moore, Pastor Gene Kelly, Pastor th Pastors, Leo Doyle, III S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Piney Community, Cypress Inn Highway 13N – Lower Green River 4 Street – Collinwood S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER BEREA Greg Eaton, Pastor Bobbie Martin, Pastor Jim Arrington, Pastor Sunday Evening 6 P.M. - Thurs. Evening 7 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Clifton,Tennessee MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Wprsjhip 11 A.M. THE BRIDE OF CHRIST Sunday Night – 5 P.M. Shayne Riley, Pastor California Branch Road, Collinwood Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood MT. CARMEL UNITED HIGHLAND UNITED HOLINESS CHURCH COLLINWOOD S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Steve Martin, Pastor Ricky Nelson, Pastor METHODIST CHURCH METHODIST CHURCH Highway 13 South – Collinwood Hwy. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL CENTER UNITED 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 PENTECOSTAL OF WAYNESBORO 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. Old 99 East – Waynesboro, TN 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. Jonathan Pickens, Pastor 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 Sunday Morning 10 A.M. - Night 6:30 P.M. 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 Wednesday Night 7 P.M. Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Pastor Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro METHODIST CHURCH Highway 228, Clifton Holly Creek Road FULL GOSPEL 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 HOUSE OF PRAISE 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. Joseph Wallace, Pastor Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor CHURCH MT. AUBURN UNITED SHAWNETTEE UNITED PRATERS CHAPEL CHURCH MCGLAMERY CHURCH 10 A.M. S.S. – 11 A.M. Worship 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 CORNERSTONE HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Bill Hollander, Pastor Beechview, Clifton - Jim Rucker, Pastor Shawnettee Community – Collinwood Thursday Worship 6 P.M. Johnny Banks, Pastor CHURCH OF COLLINWOOD 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. 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST POPES CHAPEL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST BURNS CHAPEL John Hodum, Pastor MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. Clifton, Tennessee Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Iron City Road W. L. Wallace, Pastor Highway 13 South – Collinwood Wednesday 7:30 P.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 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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