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Wayne County






No. 5 - Vol. 155

Wednesday, AUGUST 29, 2012

news Waynesboro, TN

Obituaries - Page 4A Society - Page 6A Classifieds - Pages 9-10A Farm - Page 2B Community Events - Page 5B Sports - Pages 1B-7B Legal Notices - Page 6B

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Opinion Issued In Board Of Ed Sexual Harassment Appeal By Kaitlyn McClanahan

Sammy Kershaw

30th Annual Horseshoe Riverbend Festival Is Sept. 6-8 In River City By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

It is that time of year again, Wayne County! The Horseshoe Riverbend Festival is just around the corner and the Clifton Rotary Club has been hard at work making this year’s festival the best one yet. This is the 30th year of the festival. It has come a long way since its inception in 1982, but the purpose remains the same - the Horseshoe Riverbend Festival is the primary fundraiser for

the Clifton Rotary Club and all proceeds go to benefit local, state, and international charities. Some of these charities include: the Eric Gobbell Memorial Scholarship, Frank Hughes School, Clifton Recreational Park, Rotary Youth Exchange, Columbia State Clifton Campus Scholarship Foundation, Clifton Senior Citizens Center (a non-profit facility), and the Rotary Foundation Polio Immunization Project.

On August 23, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued an opinion AFFIRMING the June 2011 District Court jury verdict for Mathis v. Wayne County Board of Education. The case, alleging a violation of Title IX, arose from several incidents in the Waynesboro Middle School basketball team locker room in 2008, when two seventh graders were sexually harassed by two eighth

By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

The City of Collinwood has issued Mandatory Water Restrictions for all Collinwood Water Systems customers. The city experienced dangerous levels of water shortage over the weekend and expect to continue the restrictions until further notice. Collinwood hauled in water from neighboring Waynesboro to ensure

The Collinwood Beautification Board has worked overtime this week to complete preparations for Old Timer’s Day this Saturday, September 1st at Ralph Hughes Sr. Memorial Park in Collinwood. The family-friendly festival will provide an opportunity for everyone in the community to get together for a day of fun and fellowship.

allegations and awarded each child $100,000. The WCBOE appealed the jury decision to the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, claiming that the District Court erred in denying WCBOE’s renewed motion for judgment as a matter of law. After examining the case, the Sixth Circuit affirmed the District Court verdict, ruling that, because the jury could reasonably have reached their verdict, based on the evidence presented, the WCBOE’s renewed

motion for judgment as a matter of law could not prevail. Eddie Schmidt, attorney for the plaintiffs, commented on his clients’ victory stating, “This case should serve as a textbook lesson to all schools and school systems that bullying should not be tolerated, schools should be proactive in eliminating the circumstances in which bullying can occur, and when it does occur, should act swiftly against the wrongdoers.�

City Of Collinwood Issues Mandatory Water Restrictions Levels At Dangerous Shortage

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You Don’t Want To Miss Old Timer’s Day, This Saturday, C’wood

grade teammates. After repeated attempts by the victims’ parents to work with the school, and the Wayne County Board of Education (WCBOE), adequate action was not taken against the eighth graders. Concerned for the safety of their children, the parents withdrew their children from school and filed suit. The case went to the Federal District Court in Columbia, in June 2011. Following a three-day trial, the jury agreed with the plaintiffs’

Dennis Cpng. Releases Statement by Kaitlyn McClanaham

The day will begin at 6:30 A.M. at the pavilion with McGlamery Church serving breakfast with country ham, eggs, sausage, bacon, biscuits and more. The parade will begin formation at 9 A.M. at the Recreation Center off Highway 13 South and will venture down Broadway Street beginning at 10 A.M. The parade will feature Mr. and Mrs. Old Timer,

In an email to local news agencies on Tuesday, August 21st, Vance Dennis released his official statement regarding the contested District 71 election. The statement reads as follows: “The voters of House District 71 have spoken. I ran an honorable campaign, making contact with thousands of voters across the district by phone and at the door. This election was fair and legitimate, and there was

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they could meet the demands of the crowds at the Tractor Pull. Collinwood schools have been asked to conserve and limit their water consumption, and city car washes have been shut down. Collinwood City Manager, Gilda Collie, said that the situation will not improve without rain. “We are on mandatory rationing. We did bring water in over the

and fire hydrant testing is restricted to 50% of the normal schedule. Under the Mandatory Water Restrictions, customers are prohibited from washing any hard surfaces except for sanitary or safety purposes; filling/refilling swimming pools; washing of vehicles, trailers, or boats; the use of water for dust control or construction (Continued On Page Five)

Three Arrested Two Separate Incidents John Christian, of West Point, and Jodie Cox, of Cypress Inn, were arrested on Saturday, August 25th, for possession of drug paraphernalia and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture. Christian and Cox were approached by officers after a stolen vehicle from Alabama

was found burned in a ditch off of Cedar Grove Road. The officers, while inspecting the vehicle, heard Christian’s and Cox’s vehicle on a side street, revving their engine. As the officers were speaking with Christian and Cox, they found a half burnt generator, salt, tubing,

a funnel, several small baggies with residue in them, four needles, and other drug paraphernalia in and around their truck. Nathan Tyler Reed, of Oakfield, was arrested on Saturday, August 25th, for bringing contraband into a penal institution.

John Christian

Jodie Cox

Nathan Tyler Reed


weekend, but we are still low... Everyone needs to help.â&#x20AC;? Until the restrictions are lifted, the city asks that customers reduce essential and domestic consumption by 17%. CWS water restrictions include: watering of lawns and plants restricted to absolute minimum required to keep plants alive, water of athletic fields restricted to the absolute minimum,

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To The Editor: It’s Football Time In The Volunteer State. I hope you’re ready for a Big Orange locker room house cleaning later this year. The Vols are approaching one of their toughest schedules ever and unfortunately we do not have a General in charge. Perhaps only the legendary Coach Robert Neyland could see us through these cloudy days on “The Hill.” So here we go, right into the abyss, and our first stop along the way is in downtown Atlanta. But don’t count Mr. Dooley out just yet. August 31:

A Wolf Pack from North Carolina has taken refuge at the Georgia Dome to get some relief from the heat. The Pack is a preseason ACC Atlantic division favorite. Another fine way to start the season, on a Friday night in a place where our W-L record would be better served in Alaska (btw-They play football on crushed rock in Alaska because grass won’t grow on ice and snow). Wolves also thrive in this environment. Somehow we find a way to kickstart the Friday night season opener after a pregame locker room visit from number “18” on the Denver Bronco’s roster. UT Vols – 18, N.C. State - 17 September 8: We desperately needed to find what is known as a cakewalk game after visiting the Peach State a week earlier, and we do. The Georgia State

Panthers from downtown Atlanta accept the Vols invitation to visit our house on Neyland Drive. Hey, we’re suddenly 2 and 0. UT Vols – 27, GSU 12 September 15: Gators are crawling towards Knoxville as the end of summer fast approaches on the west bank of the Tennessee River. We need to do everything we can to keep these reptiles out of the Tennessee waterways. Two friends of mine named Sugar and Sammy hold the secret to this victory. SO cross your fingers and say a prayer and… UT Vols – 17, Florida - 16 September 22: Some fine folks from Northern Ohio are coming south of the Mason-Dixon line looking for a good time in the Volunteer State. These Zips are decent and our hospitality may get the best of us. The underlying theme of this game – Terry Bowden (head coach at Auburn way back in the 90’s and son of Bobby Bowden) is their new Field General. UT Vols – 23, Akron - 21 September 29: We’re sure spending a lot of time in the Peach State. This time the Vols go between the hedges for another fierce match with the Bully Dogs. These big brutes are picked by some to win the SEC East. Coach Dooley finds a way to convince the groundskeepers in Athens to water down the field to a slick glaze before the game starts. The Vols were just issued new Nike footwear, special made for walking on the Saturn moon

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“Titan” that is covered with hydrocarbon lakes. This year we are going to “walk-all-over” those dogs. UT Vols– 14, UGA – 13 October 13: A trip to Starkville may be just what we need at this point in the season. The cowbells will be ringing as the Vols hit the big pasture on the eastern edge of the Magnolia State. UT Vols – 24, Miss. State - 10 October 20: The Third Saturday in October. Leaves are changing colors all across the Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg is bustling with tourists, and the Crimson Tide crosses the Cumberland Gap for a tour of East Tennessee and Shields-Watkins Field. We have set a terrific trap for the Tides arrival. The Vol Navy will be stationed at the Tennessee River Bridge on Alcoa Highway just west of the UT campus. The idea is to not let this Crimson Wave arrive on Kingston Pike, much less get inside Neyland Stadium. UT Vols – 10, Bama –9 October 27: The “old ball coach” has assembled his best squad since taking over the Gamecock Caboose. Our record against Captain Spurrier is more negative than positive going all the way back to his days at Duke. The theme to “2001 a Space Odyssey” will be playing when we hit the deck in Columbia, SC. We will have to play like Gladiators as we did in 2001 to return home victorious. UT Vols – 22, S. Carolina – 21 November 3: The men of Troy are on the march heading for

Knoxville this weekend. Since establishing the Gladiator approach to our game plan a week earlier, we should have no problem dispatching this Divison I wannabe back to L.A. (Lower Alabama). UT Vols – 35, Troy 10 November 10: It’s a new era in SEC Football. There are now 7 teams in each division – 14 total. The SEC East has added the Missouri Tigers to the yearly schedule. This is a good team who will join Texas A&M as the latest SEC darlings. I don’t think we’ve played these Tigers in a long time if ever. We will now play them every year. Let’s get off to a great start with a “W” for what is sure to become another heated rivalry for the Vols. UT Vols – 28, Mizzou – 27 November 17: It took a miracle play in overtime to take out the Commodores last year in K-town. Aaron Rodger’s little brother is back leading Vandy. We will meet him and his fellow Dores at Dudley Field on West End for the rematch. I don’t think I can take another finish like the one we had last year on the Hill. Thank you “SO” for making the pain feel much better. UT Vols – 30, Vanderbilt - 24 November 24: Last year this game became the Vols biggest embarrassment in quite

some time. Beat by a team using a 4th string QB and a single wing offense. We all sit and watched a 26 year winning streak against the Blue Cats go down the chute. For me and many other Vol fans, we called this hitting the bottom. Since that debacle in Lexington, a lot has been said about making a change at the top inside the Big Orange locker room. We should know what’s going to happen inside that room right after we play the Wildcats this year. UT Vols – 17, KY – 16 December 1: The SEC Championship Game. I don’t think we’ll make it, but just in case – The Vols have pulled off the unthinkable in a remake of the 1989 season, 1 year after the disaster in 1988 when Duncan Stewart set on a billboard in Nashville for 6 weeks until UT won a game. Waiting for us in the Georgia Dome is RollUm Tide. After being turned back by the Vol Navy at the Alcoa Street Bridge in October, we’ll now have to face the Crimson Juggernaut. *By the way, the Vols only loss in 1989 – Alabama. Bobby Cole Just One of the many UT Volunteer Football Fans From This Area

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On Thursday, August 23, a subcommittee of the Republican Primary Board heard my challenge to the August 2 Primary. They will examine the arguments and on September 5 the entire State Executive Committee of the GOP will hear the sucommittee’s recommendation. At that time a decision will be made. Whatever the outcome, I wish to take this opportunity to say “Thank You” to all the citizens of Wayne County who voted and otherwise supported my campaign for the House Seat in District 71.

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In its thirty year history, the festival has become a popular event in this area and beyond, drawing scores of visitors to Wayne County. People from far and wide will come to Clifton for the festival, giving the town and Wayne County a chance to extend its hospitality and showcase its businesses to over fifteen thousand visitors. The festival kicks-off on Thursday, Sept.6th, with an alcohol-free youth night. Planned to provide a youth-centered evening of fun for the whole family, young people can purchase an armband that allows them to ride all of the Carnival rides an unlimited number of times. To end the evening, a concert by

contemporary Christian

band Broken will begin at 7 P.M. Broken has been passionately writing and playing contemporary Christian music since 2009. Influenced by bands such as Casting Crowns and Third Day, Broken has rock solid natural vocals and inspirational song writing that covers the sonic spectrum and appeals to a large target audience. On Friday, Sept. 7th, an Opening Ceremony will take place at 4 P.M, followed by a number of talented musical guests. At 5:30 PM the festival welcomes back Freebyrd, a “Lynyrd Skynyrd

tribute band. Memphisbased Jason D. Williams will follow at 8:00 PM, bringing his high energy and passion to the stage. His unique style of boogie woogie and rock n’ roll incorporates a variety of music styles, from classical to country blues, jazz, and rockabilly. Extending the music late into the evening, dance party band The Nashville Blue Tones will take the stage from 10 P.M. to 1 A.M. The nationally acclaimed ensemble group plays a wide spectrum of hits from all types of musical genres. Saturday, September 8th, will offer a full day of musical excitement and diversity. Rock n’ roll band, Backwater, starts the day at 11 A.M. followed by Full Circle, a modern rock group. The Horseshoe Riverbend Festival welcomes back the Skylighters with the world famous Muscle Shoals Horns. The oldies group has backed up such greats as the Rolling Stones, Lyle Lovett, and the Aretha Franklin. At 4:30 P.M., 7 Bridges, will perform. An Eagles tribute band, 7 Bridges is a group that faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert and offers the perfect blend of songs to capture their audience. The main event is country star Sammy Kershaw, who will take the stage at 7 P.M.

Sammy Kershaw has been a powerhouse in country music since his debut in the early 1990’s. Kershaw comes to town only days after releasing his much anticipated new album, Better Than I Used To Be, which drops on August 31st. His long history of platinum country music hits include “She Don’t Know She’s Beautiful,” “Cadillac Style,” “I Can’t Reach Her Anymore,” “National Working Woman’s Holiday,” and “Queen of My DoubleWide Trailer.” Following Kershaw’s performance the fireworks show will begin at 9 P.M. A much anticipated event at the Festival, this year’s thirty-minute display will light up the skies and provide a spectacular show over the Tennessee River. The entertainment continues, and will last long into the night, with The Jason Albert Band taking the stage at 10 P.M. Music is not the only attraction at the Horseshoe Riverbend Festival this year. For the younger crowd, the Carnival will be open from 6 – 9 P.M. on Thursday night and opens at 12 P.M. on Friday and Saturday. Other festival events during the day on Saturday include: the Car Show at 10 A.M., the Clifton Senior Center “Tea Room” Luncheon and Quilt Show at 11 A.M., the Masonic


Lodge Breakfast at 7 A.M. and Fish Fry at 3 P.M., and the Tractor Pull at 4 P.M. in the Clifton City Park, featuring the “Predator Sled.” Check the Festival insert in this week’s paper for event contact information and admission details. The Clifton Rotary Club has provided some tips for this year’s festival to ensure that the event runs smoothly and safely. A shuttle bus from the parking lots will run every 15 minutes, so take advantage of convenient parking. If you plan to purchase or consume alcohol, you will need to get an I.D. band at the gate. Alcohol sales will end at midnight on Friday and Saturday nights and will not be sold on Thursday. Any outside coolers, or firearms, are not allowed in the Main Street stage area. Arrive early to enjoy the music, bring a lawn chair, and do not forget to buy the official 30th Annual Horseshoe Riverbend Festival t-shirt! You can find the latest updates about the festival

on Facebook by searching for “The Horseshoe Riverbend Festival in Clifton, TN” to join the open group. For even more information about this year’s festival, visit and click the Leisure tab on the homepage. Tickets go on sale Wed. August 29th, and are available for advanced purchase until September 5th. Advance tickets

includes both Friday and Saturday nig-ht, and can be purchased at Peoples Bank, Wayne County Bank, Clifton City Hall, Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, and Decatur County Chamber of Commerce. Tickets can be purchased at the gates on both Friday and Saturday, and each night will be a specific price. I.D. Bands can also be purchased at the gates.


A special meeting has been called for the COLLINWOOD CITY COMMISSION Tuesday, September 4, 2012 at City Hall at 7 P.M.

This meeting is to discuss the City of Collinwood entering into a contract with Wayne County to furnish water for the county’s Hwy 13 South Project. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND

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Saturday, September 1, 2012 • Breakfast STARTING AT 6 A.M.

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Sessions will be facilitated by Charlotte Smith of UT Extension, and Robbin Reaves, a licensed practical nurse on the WMC staff.

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Dorothy L. Wilson Whitten Dorothy L. Wilson Whitten, Cypress Inn, TN was born May 18, 1925 in Iron City, TN, the daughter of the late Shelby Warren and Ida Lee Barnett Wilson. She was united in marriage to Charlie Garner (Mutt) Whitten on September 7, 1945, was a homemaker and was baptized into the Baptist faith. Mrs. Whitten departed this life on Monday, August 20, 2012 at her home at the age of 87 years. Survivors, husband, Garner (Mutt) Whitten; sons, Jerry Whitten and wife Brenda, Michael Whitten and wife Susan, and Randy Whitten and wife Marsha all of Cypress Inn, TN; a daughter, Bettye Regena Ethridge and husband Rick of Florence, AL; grandchildren, Timothy L. Whitten and wife Kim, Christopher Whitten and wife Alicia, Chad Whitten and wife Bobbi, Adam Whitten and wife Jessica, Melissa Whitten, and Kelly Whitten; great-grandchildren, David B. Whitten, Blake R. Whitten, Daniel Whitten, and Adley Bea Whitten; sisters, Willadean Staggs of Waynesboro, Reba Brown of Iron City, and Shelby Jean Smith and husband, Elzo of Cypress Inn; nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Whitten was preceded in death by sons, Terry Lane Whitten and an infant son; sisters, Sybil Whitten and Carmen Butler; an infant brother; and an infant sister. Services were Thursday, August 23 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Directors Chapel in Collinwood, Tennessee, with John Allen Berry officiating. Burial was in Railroad Cemetery, Iron City. Pallbearers were Tim, Chris, Chad, Adam, Johnny, and Jeff Whitten, Elzo Smith, and Larry Staggs. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Tommy Bratcher Services for Tommy Bratcher were held on Friday, August 24, 2012 at 11 A.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home, in Waynesboro, Tennessee, with John Blackwell officiating. Burial followed in New Salem Church of God Cemetery, Ethridge, Tennessee. Pallbearers were Jessie Juarez, Charlie Juarez, Robert Juarez, Tony Creasy, Greg Bratcher, and Janson Bratcher. Tommy departed this life Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro at the age of 59 years. He was born April 21, 1953 in Wayne County, the son of the late Joseph Walter and Fannie Lavon McDonald Bratcher. In addition to his parents, Mr. Bratcher was preceded in death by his wife Emma Ellen Cummings Burleson Bratcher on May 27, 2010; stepsons, Richard E. Burleson and George A. Burleson; stepdaughter, Amy D. Moore; uncles Earl Bratcher, Bob Bratcher, John Bratcher and James McDonald. Tommy was a brick mason, member of the Ray’s Chapel in Waynesboro and served his country in the United States Army. He is survived by stepsons, Charles E. Burleson Jr., Kerry Lee Burleson, and Anthony Burleson of Waynesboro, and Curtis J. Burleson of East Prairie, Mo; stepdaughters, Sherry Burleson of Missouri, Glenda Juarez and Angie Skelton of Waynesboro, and Karen Haddock of Missouri; 27 step-grandchildren; 37 step-great-grandchildren; uncle Jerry and wife Linda Bratcher; aunt Betty and husband John Brown and aunt Christine Bratcher. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

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Mrs. Bonnie Morris Story Services for Bonnie Story will be held on Monday, August 27, 2012 at 11 A.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Collinwood, Tennessee, with Tommy Flood officiating. Burial followed in Memorial Gardens, Collinwood, Tennessee. Pallbearers were Brian Story, David Story, Tommy Story, Donnie Story, David Flatt and Tommy Johnson. Mrs. Story departed this life on Thursday, August 23 at Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro, Tennessee at the age of 86 years. She was born November 21, 1925 in Wayne County, the daughter of the late William (Bill) and Beulah Vilor Qualls Morris. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Story was preceded in death by her husband T.C. Story, Jr. on July 31, 1993; and a granddaughter Jennifer Lynn Story. Mrs. Story was a homemaker and member of the Collinwood Methodist Church in Collinwood. She is survived by sons, Thomas Ricky Story and wife Sherry of Georgetown, TX and Randy Morris Story of Waynesboro; grandsons Brian Story of Tucson, AZ. and David Story of Denver. Co.; nieces and nephews. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Alfred Neal Burgess Services for Alfred Neal Burgess were held on Sunday, August 26, 2012 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Collinwood, Tennessee, with Barry Armor officiating. Burial followed in McGlamery Cemetery, Collinwood. Pallbearers were Greg Ragan, Ronald Sherrill, John Sherrill, Mike Bolton, David Hazzard and Floyd Staggs, Jr. Mr. Burgess departed this life on Friday, August 24, at Southern Hills Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee at the age of 72 years. He was born March 24, 1940 in Wayne County, the son of the late Asberry and Waymon Bratcher Burgess. He was united in marriage to Linda Marie Ayers on March 22, 1964. Mr. Burgess was a Auto Mechanical Diesel Instructor for 38 years, a member of the Faith Missionary Baptist Church in Donelson, Tennessee and served his country in the United States Navy from 1961—1971. He is survived by his wife Linda Marie (Ayers) Burgess; and a sister Frances Sherrill both of Antioch, TN. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Emma J. Brewer Overton Services for Emma Jeanette Brewer Overton were held on Sunday, August 26, 2012 at 3 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Collinwood, TN, with Chad Balentine officiating. Burial followed in McGlamery Cemetery, Collinwood. Pallbearers were Randel Webb, Ryan Webb, Stanley Boyd, Lee Brewer, Floyd Staggs, Jr. and J.B. Robertson. Mrs. Overton departed this life on Friday, August 24 at Wayne Care Nursing Home in Waynesboro, TN at the age of 82 years. She was born March 28, 1930 in Wayne County, the daughter of the late Dallas and Beulah Pue Brewer. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Overton was preceded in death by husband Don Robert Overton on April 8, 2002; brothers, Wash Brewer, Lincoln Brewer, Dexter Brewer, Tot Brewer and Mitchell Brewer; and sisters, Addie (Brewer) Parker and Maulene (Brewer) Hill. Mrs. Overton was a housekeeper for Wayne County General Hospital and a member of Memorial Baptist Church. She is survived by son, Donnie David Overton; granddaughter, April (Overton) Plunkett; and greatgrandchildren D.J. and Jaxx Plunkett all of Linden, TN. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Cova M. Robbins

Funeral services for Cova M. Robbins, 88 of Savannah, TN were conducted August 26, 2012 at 3 P.M. from Shackelford Chapel in Savannnah with J. P. Gillis, Mark Hatley and Marvin Morrow officiating. Burial followed in the Lutts Cemetery at Lutts, TN. Mr. Robbins departed this life on August 24 in Savannah. Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Cynthia Ann Shoine Pate Memorial Services for Cynthia Ann Shoine Pate will be held on Sunday, September 2, 2012 at 3:30 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Waynesboro, Tennessee, with Leo Doyle officiating. Remains were cremated. Time with family will be on Sunday, September 2, from 2 P.M. until service time at Shackelford Funeral Home, Waynesboro. Mrs. Cynthia Ann (Cindy) Shoine Pate departed this life on Friday, August 24, at Maury Regional Hospital in Columbia, Tennessee at the age of 56 years. She was born May 25, 1956 in Jackson County, MI the daughter of the late Thomas and Norma Bock Shoine. She was united in marriage to Robert W. Pate on August 11, 1982. Mrs. Pate was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband Robert W. Pate of Waynesboro; sons, Thomas Siems and wife Priscilla and Todd Siems; daughter, Tera Garrett and husband Robert of Waynesboro; grandchildren: Shyenne Reeves, Shane Reeves, Stetson Garrett, Hayley Siems, Hannah Rider and Olivia Clay “Lu Lu”; and a sister, Pam Chapman of WI. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Warren Rich Services for Warren Rich were held on Monday, August 27, 2012 at 1 P.M. at Shackelford Funeral Home in Collinwood, Tennessee, with Junior Overstreet and Marvin Morrow officiating. Burial followed in Piney Grove Cemetery, Cypress Inn, Tennessee. Pallbearers were Harlon Rich, Ricky Rich, Ricky Smith, Timothy Kephart, Dwight Rich and Josh Haddock. Mr. Rich departed this life on Friday, August 24 at his residence in Cypress Inn at the age of 90 years. He was born March 10, 1922 in Lutts, TN the son of the late Dave M. and Gerdie Holt Rich. In addition to his parents, Mr. Rich was preceded in death by his brothers, Cemon Rich, Hoover Rich and Russ Rich, sisters, Lorene (Rich) McFall and Evelyn (Rich) Vickery. He was united in marriage to Martha Nell Hensley on January 4, 1951. Mr. Rich was a retired saw operator of 35 years with Hassell and Hughes Lumber Company. He attended Piney Grove Freewill Baptist Church and served his country in the United States Army. He is survived by wife Martha Nell (Hensley) Rich; sons, Eddie Rich and Kennith Rich all of Cypress Inn; daughters, Judy (Rich) Ray and Donna (Rich) Ray both of Clifton, TN; grandchildren Cassie Rich, Chelsea Rich Haddock, Kelly Ray and Jamie Ray; greatgrandchildren Riley Ray and Drew Ray; brother, Harl Rich of Florence, Al; nieces and nephews. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Ruby Goodman Devers Perry Ruby Goodman Devers Perry departed this life on Thursday, August 23, 2012, at the age of 99 years. Mrs. Perry was born in Wayne County, Tennessee on July 16, 1913, the daughter of the late Charlie Allen and Bettie Simmons Goodman. She was a member of the Second Baptist Church, Mabry Family Community and retired from Paramount Fabricating where she was a press operator. She enjoyed computers, crafts, church and her family. Mrs. Perry is survived by her children, Katheryn Marie Freeman of Savannah, TN, Kayron Maxine Galongo of Ontario, CA, Glenda McCann of Bartlett, TN, Jerry Edwin Devers of Benton, KY, Linda Lou Boles of Morrison, TN and Brenda Gayle LaForce of Savannah; 19 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and 29 great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, William Wallace Devers, who preceded her in death on February 1, 1958; second husband, Jack Perry, who preceded her in death on March 31, 2006; son, Charles William (Sonny) Devers; sisters, Naomi Aiken and Jewell Lundholm; brothers, Lester Goodman and Dewey Goodman; and grandson, David Gordon Dancy. Services were held on August 25 at 11 A.M. at Shackelford Chapel in Savannah with Ed Alexander and Jason Estes officiating. Burial followed in the North Highland Cemetery at Waynesboro, TN. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012

Floyd Harold Reaves, Jr. Floyd Harold Reaves, Jr., age 67, of Portland, went to his heavenly home on August 23, 2012, after a long battle with cancer. He was born November 19, 1944, in Waynesboro, Tenn., to Floyd Reaves, Sr., deceased, and Ester (Matlock) Reaves. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Lula Farris Reaves; his mother, Ester Matlock Reaves; daughters, Evelyn (J.R.) Brassell, Pam (Sprocket Durham) Thompson, Teresa (Don) Whittimore, Jay (Raymond) McClain, and Michelle Lamountain, all of Portland; brothers, Joe David Reaves of Waynesboro and Johnny (Janie) Reaves of Portland; sisters, Judy Boucher, Betty Jean (Gene) Risner, Mary Ann (James) Butler, and Bobbie Sue Davis, all of Waynesboro; grandchildren, Johnetta Whittimore, Joshua Cook, Phillip Wilson, Brandon (Bethany) Gulley, Lacy (Darrell) Hale, Kacy Whittimore, Gayla (Wayne) Hardin, Kristina Covington, Jana (Cory Brown) McClain, Cory (Tasia) McClain, Lori McClain, Kyla Reaves, and Kurtis Holmes; 26 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Mattie Drew, and a very devoted sister-inlaw and friend, Margaret Flood of Paris, Tenn.; a host of nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his daughter, Gloria Blankenship; and grandchildren, Kami Gulley and Brandy Wilson. He served in the United States Army. He was a loving and caring friend to many that he met through different careers. He was a member of Hollis Chapel General Baptist Church. Funeral service was at 2 P.M., Saturday, August 25, at Portland Funeral Chapel, Portland. Burial followed in Crestview Memory Garden, Gallatin. Grandsons served as pallbearers. Aug. 29-(ojb) Wayne County News (Waynesboro, TN) Aug. 29, 2012


The family of Arland Jones would like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers, support and prayers during this difficult time. A special thank you to Bro. Robbins and Bro. Hurst for the beautiful service. Thank you to Wayne Care Nursing Home, Tn Quality Hospice and Dr. Hall for their years of service.


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compaction; and fire fighting training. With Tropical Storm Isaac entering the Gulf of Mexico, rain has entered the forecast for later this week; however, the City of Collinwood Water Department will inform customers when the restrictions have been lifted.

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floats, antique tractors, automobiles, horse and buggy riders, and the Collinwood High School Band. A plentiful amount of food and craft vendors will be located throughout the park. Live entertainment will also be provided at the new wood stage in the center of city park! To check on the availability of booth space, call Jerdie Ayers (931) 722-1099.

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no evidence to suggest otherwise. No laws, rules, or regulations were broken. There is no credible evidence of voter fraud across the district, and therefore no reason to invalidate the decision of the voters.

It is unfortunate that the loser in this race is asking a group of which she is a part to overturn the will of the voters, but I am confident the board will see this election contest was hard-fought, but fair in every way.” The State Primary Board will hold a panel on September 5th to discuss their review of Dr. Curry’s challenge and determine how to proceed.

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Reed went into the CCA Prison in Clifton for visitation and was asked to go back through security due to inappropriate attire (holes in his jeans). When officers asked him a second time if he was carrying any contraband, he turned over fiftyfour Buprenorphine Hydrochloride pills. Buprenorphine Hydrochloride is a prescription used to relieve chronic pain, and is sometimes used to treat opiate dependence in recovering outpatients.

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FOR SALE Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative has a 2002 Vemeer BC1400 chipper (Model 3054TA, VIN #1vrv1614x21000510, with a 3.9 Caterpillar Engine) for sale. Bids to purchase the chipper must be delivered to Tennessee Valley Electric by 2:00 P.M. on September 14th, 2012. All bids should be marked on the outside of the envelope with - Attention: Chipper Bid. The chipper was taken out of service in August of 2012 and has been regularly serviced. The hour meter currently shows 1963 hours. To view the chipper or have it demonstrated contact Terry Thurman at 731-925-4916. Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

Judge Jones Hears Cases Cases Circuit Ct. On August 23, 2012, Judge Robert L. Jones heard cases in the Criminal/Circuit Court of Wayne County and handed down the following judgments. Juan Francisco Perez pled and was found guilty of TennCare Fraud, a Class E Felony, committed on February 21, 2012. He was sentenced to one year in TDOC, as well as $580.50 in court costs. Jacqueline Perry pled and was found guilty of three charges stemming from an incident on May 23, 2012. The first was evading arrest, a Class A Misdemeanor, for which she will serve 11 months and 29 days in County Jail. The second was theft of property, a Class D Felony, for which she will serve three years in TDOC and pay $655.50 in court costs. The third was aggravated burglary, a Class C Felony, for which she will serve three years in TDOC and pay $203.50 in court costs. Adam Haggard pled and was found guilty of two charges. The first, theft of property ($1,000 - $10,000) on October 10, 2011, was a Class D Felony for which he was sentenced to three years in TDOC and ordered

to pay $655.50 in court costs. The second, Theft (up to $500) on July 9, 2012, was a Class A Misdemeanor for which he was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in County Jail. Danielle Lanielle Bigsby pled and was found guilty of introducing contraband into a penal facility on July 23, 2012, a Class E Felony. She was placed on four years of probation and ordered to pay $580.50 in court costs. Marshall F. Dixon pled and was found guilty of four charges. The first, driving with a suspended/ cancelled/revoked license on July 8th, was a Class B Misdemeanor for which he was sentenced to six months in County Jail and ordered to pay $569.00 in court costs. The second, second offense DUI on July 15th, was a Class A Misdemeanor for which he was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in County Jail, fined $600.00, and ordered to pay $1,933.00 in court costs. The third, driving with a suspended/ cancelled/revoked license on July 15th, was a Class B Misdemeanor for which he was charged six months in County Jail and

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$569.00 in court costs. The fourth, violation of open container on July 15th, was a Class C Misdemeanor for which he was sentenced to thirty days in County Jail. Dixon had been serving a two-year probation for Felon in Possession of a Firearm, which was revoked effective August 16th. Emma Caroline McWilliams, pled and was found guilty of two charges following an incident on June 8th. The first, forgery, was a Class E Felony, and the second was attempt to forge, a Class A Misdemeanor. She was sentenced to 11

months and 29 days in County Jail and ordered to pay $655.50 in court costs. Joshua L. Hensley pled and was found guilty of two charges from an incident on March 3, 2012. The first, Sale of Schedule II, was a Class C Felony for which he was sentenced to four years of probation and ordered to pay $4,025.50 in fines and court costs. The second, Simple Possession Schedule IV, was a Class A Misdemeanor for which he was placed on four years of probation and ordered to pay a $250.00 fine.

COMMUNITY EVENTS ANNUAL MEETING HIGHLAND CEMETERY The annual meeting for persons who have immediate family members buried, or have plots to be buried themselves, at the Highland Cemetery on Highway 64 in Wayne County, will be held Saturday, September 9, 2012 at 3:30 P.M. at the Highland Methodist Church, near the Natchez Trace Parkway.

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Persons having family buried in Memorial Gardens of Collinwood (Next to McGlamery Cemetery) are reminded that the Cemetery will be cleaned on Thursday, September 6th, 2012 following the decoration on Sunday, September 2nd. If any person desires to remove flowers from family graves, they should do so before 7 P.M. Wednesday, September 5th. This cleaning is done so that the Cemetery can be trimmed properly.


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Holly Creek FCE Club Meets The Holly Creek F.C.E. Club met on August 14, 2012, in the home of Reba Martin. Thought of the month, “Where you end up is not the most important thing. It’s the road you take to get there. The road is what you’ll look back on and call your life,” was read by Lucille Moore. Devotion taken from Luke Chapter 6, Verses 12 through 14 was read by Reba Martin. The group then prayed The Lord’s Prayer. Song, “Tennessee Waltz” was sung by the group and roll call was answered with

“Something you would like to learn about,” all answered with the Holy Bible. Roxie Moore called the roll, read the minutes, and gave the treasurer’s report. Business included reading a letter from Dean Stegall for the money the club donated toward Cancer research for Relay For Life. Project Leader’s Report was on Fall Gardening and was read by Lucille Moore. Poem, “The Beggar and the Tourist” was read by Wanda West after which the meeting was adjourned. The group was served a party plate.

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Decoration and homecoming will be observed at McGlamery on Sunday, September 2nd. Andy Sherrills will be preaching at 11 A.M. Lunch will be served at noon in the Fellowship Hall. An afternoon of singing will begin at 1:15 featuring the Holly Creek Bluegrass. John E. Banks, pastor and the congregation invites everyone to attend.

UDC To Meet Sat., Sept. 1st. The United Daughters of the Confederacy will meet Saturday, Sept. 1st, at 11 A.M.. at Bradley’s Restaurant in Waynesboro. The program will be on “Meriwether Thompson, Swamp Fox.” Do you have a Confederate ancestor— or wish you knew? You are invited to attend and find out! For more information call Betty Anderson, 931722-5665.

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song, Tennessee Waltz, and also read the poem, The Beggar and the Tourist. Roll call, reading of last month’s minutes, and treasurer’s report were conducted by France Burgess. Old and new business included Frances reading a thank you card at last month’s meeting from the Butterfly Foundation thanking the club for the donation they made. They discussed having a party for Wayne Care Nursing Home. Shirley reminded members about the county council meeting on September 26, and she gave a book report, Beneath A Southern Sky by Deborah Raney. Linda Spangler gave the project leader’s report on Fall Gardening. Fall gardens are more difficult to grow than spring gardens, because of problems, such as extreme heat, drought, seed germination, insects, diseases and weeds. You should read the seed packets for fall planting. Shirley read the household hint: re-use newspapers, if you’ve picked up some underripe peaches, avocados, or other fruit, wrap them in newspaper to ripen them more quickly. Meeting adjourned after which they had lunch and played bingo. Enjoying the day were Shirley, Betty, Frances,

Crossroads FCE Club Meets On August 21, 2012, members of the Crossroads Family, Community and Educational Club met at Southgate Fire Department for their monthly meeting with Betty Simmons hosting. Shirley Bailey called the meeting to order by reading the thought of the month, “Where you end up is not the most important thing. It’s the road you take to get there. The road is what you’ll look back on and call your life.” Members pledged the Flag, read the FCE Pledge and prayed The Lord’s Prayer. VicePresident, Clara Davis, read the devotion taken from Colossians 3:9-10, Betty led the well known

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Noah Chance Bowen. Noah was born on Tuesday, August 14, 2012 at Metroplex Hospital in Fort Hood, Texas. He weighed five pounds, 11 ounces and measured 18 3/4 inches in length. Proud parents are David and Kristy Gresham Bowen of Lutts. Grandparents are Darwin and Sharon Bowen of Lutts and Donald and Betty Gresham of Waynesboro. Aug. 29, 2012-P

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Hardin Co. Fair Pageants September 3 Hardin County Fairest of the Fair pageants are set to be held the week of September 3rd at the Hardin County fairgrounds in Savannah. The pageant will begin on Monday, September 3rd and the age groups to be judged will be 13-15 year and 16-20 year old girls. The second day of the event will be Tuesday, September 4th and will include the age divisions of 0-12 months boys and girls, 13-23 months boys and girls, and 9-12 year girls to be judged. Final day of competition will be held on Thursday, September 6th. This division will include age groups 2-3 year boys and girls, 4-5 year boys and girls, and 6-8 year girls scheduled to walk across the stage. All groups are open to all areas except 16-20 which must be from Wayne, Decatur, Henderson, Chester, McNairy or Hardin county. Deadline for registration is Sunday, Sept 2nd. For more information, call 731-607-0541.

Pictured From Left to Right: Commissioner of State Health Dept. Dr. John Dreyzehner, Public Heath County Director Steve Hall, Carol Hardin, Wanda Shands, District 28 State Senator Joey Hensley, and Wayne County Executive Jason Rich.

State Health Commission Presents Awards To Three Wayne Health Dept. Employees By: Kaitlyn McClanahan On Thursday, August 23rd, three members of the Wayne County Health Department (WCHD) received service awards from Dr. John Dreyzehner, Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Health. Dr. Dreyzehner was joined by Public Heath County Director Steve Hall, Regional Public Health Director

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Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative is accepting bids for the removal of an existing asphalt surface and replacing it with concrete surfacing for an area approximately 110’ X 60’ at the Waynesboro office. Specifications and drawings for the proposed project are available at either the Savannah or Waynesboro offices. To view and discuss the project on site call Eddie Berry at 931-7225441. Bidders must have proof of insurance, both liability and workers compensation. Bids must be received at Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative no later than 2:00 P.M. on September 21, 2012. Please mark all bids with: Attention: Concrete Bid. Tennessee Valley Electric reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

Ami Mitchell, District 28 State Senator Joey Hensley, Wayne County Executive Jason Rich, and WCHD staff for the awards ceremony. Prior to the ceremony, Dr. Dreyzehner and Senator Hensley met with and thanked the staff for their service to the county. Wanda Shands, of Leoma, TN, received a certificate for 15 years of service in Lawrence and Wayne counties. Shands began working in healthcare at the Lawrence County Health Department in 1991 as a nurse assistant. She continued working in a variety of Lawrence County health programs for 17 years. In August 2008, she came to Wayne County as a temporary clerk to help until staff could be hired, but she was offered a permanent position and accepted. Ms. Shands stated, “I love working with the public and making people smile as I assist them with their needs.” Ms. Shands has been married to her husband, Jeff, for thirty-one years and they have two children. She is looking forward to becoming a grandmother of twins in March 2013.

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Carol Hardin, born and raised in Wayne County, received a plaque commending her 45 years of service to Wayne County. Hardin began working at the health department in 1967 as a temporary “typist” for a clerk going on maternity leave. However, the clerk decided not to return after her six months of leave, and Hardin was asked to take her place permanently. She held that position, although the title changed to Clerk, until the mid 1990’s when she was asked to be the Office Supervisor for Wayne County, and several years later her title was changed to Public Health Office Supervisor. In her forty-five years of service, Hardin has seen many changes in

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well as for the Regional Office. Hall is cheerfully dedicated to the health and well-being of the citizens in his counties. He is passionate about his work and when asked what he loves most it, Hall replied, “The thing I love most about what I do, is that I actually get paid to do it.” Hall has been married to his wife Phyllis for over ten years and has a son who lives in Hendersonville. The Wayne County Health Department is committed to providing its citizens with a variety of services, including: child health and special services, dental services, emergency preparedness, family planning, environmental health, health promotion, immunizations, and disease control. Currently, they are running a public service campaign about infant mortality, focused on raising awareness about how babies should be put to bed safely to decrease their risk of suffocation. For more information on this campaign, please contact the Health Department at (931) 722-3292.


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programs, personnel, and procedures; including the switch from manual to computerized systems. She stated, “These 45 years have gone by swiftly, but with many challenges and memories.” Hardin is married and has two sons, who both graduated from college. The ceremony had been planned to award Shands and Hardin, however, Public Health County Director, Steve Hall, was surprised and honored when Dr. Dreyzehner presented him with a plaque and thanked him for his 35 years of service to the county. Hall began his career in healthcare as the Family Planning Administrator for the South Central Region in 1977. Hall spent some time in Maury County as an ASA 3 before accepting the position as Public Health County Director in 1996, which covers Wayne, Lawrence, Marshall, and Giles counties. He has been involved with a number of building projects and renovations for Giles, Maury, Lawrence, and Lincoln counties, as

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Clifton Commission Accepts Resignation Of Sumner Airport Authority By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

The Clifton City Commission met for its monthly meeting on Monday, August 20th and all members were present. Mayor Robert Culp called the meeting to order, offered the invocation, and led the Pledge of Allegiance. The commission voted to approve the minutes from the July meeting and the vote was 3-1, with Commissioner Tommy Boyd voting no due to his inability to review the minutes prior to the meeting. The commission heard a presentation from Chet Rhodes, an engineer from Rhodes Engineering & Environmental Services, LLC. Mr. Rhodes is heading the Clifton Flood Mitigation Grant Project – which will involve a two-phase installation of a stormwater drainage and pumping system. Clifton has experienced significant flooding in its downtown area, and after the Flood of 2010, the federal and state governments granted money to the City to help. Mr. Rhodes’s design calls for a Gravity Storm Drainage System, which will use gravity to direct flood water away from downtown streets, as well as a Stormwater Pumping Station, which allows for water to be pumped out of downtown if water levels are higher than the drainage pipes. Mr. Rhodes provided the commission with an update on his team’s progress and projected that the design will be complete by Thanksgiving. Mr. Rhodes expects to submit the plans to the state for approval by the end of this year and construction could begin in July 2013. The project is budgeted to

cost just under a million dollars and is fully funded by grant money. After Mr. Rhodes’s presentation, C. Seth Sumner, Chairman of the Clifton Airport Authority, addressed the board. Mr. Sumner reported that Airport Board selected Garver Engineering, a consulting firm, for a five-year contract on a grant project to improve the airport. The engineer who will head the project is Benson Hadley, who has a long history of dedication and loyalty to the Clifton Airport. Mr. Sumner also reported that, due to budget cuts, federal departments are scaling back funding for local airports. Currently, the Airport Board holds about 1.3 million dollars in entitlements. The federal government has told the Board that the Airport can only retain $600,000, and that any extra money would be relinquished on September 1st if it had not yet been budgeted. In an effort to use their funds, the Airport Board submitted a project to rehabilitate the runway immediately, using $800,000 before the deadline. Garver Engineering, the City, and the Airport Board will also work together to pass a plan to install tiedowns at the airport. Mr. Sumner concluded his update by resigning from his post as Chairman of the Airport Board. Mr. Sumner, currently the Assistant City Manager for the City of Savannah, suggested that the board nominate and appoint Clifton City Manager Mike McClanahan for the Chairman position. The commission agreed to discuss the matter and conduct a vote at the September meeting. In new business, the commission considered

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two resolutions. The first was a request by Susie Wright for onetime exception to a 1972 City Ordinance that prohibits an individual from representing his/ herself as a fortune teller, clairvoyant, or seer. Ms. Wright petitioned the commission to allow her to have a fortune telling booth at the Horseshoe River Bend Festival. Commissioner Eva Warren made the motion to grant the exception, Commissioner Boyd seconded, and the resolution passed unanimously. The second resolution considered by the commission was a request by Manager McClanahan to change the format of the commission meeting agenda. Mr. McClanahan proposed that a Manager’s report, which would include detailed department updates in a uniform written format, replace the Department Reports at the monthly meeting. After some thought and deliberation, the commissioners decided to table their vote on the resolution until next month. Mayor Culp moved on to the Department Reports and Fire Chief, Randy Burns, took the podium. Mr. Burns informed the commission that he decided to resign his post as Fire Chief, effective in two weeks (September 3rd). His decision, he stated, stemmed from a conversation with Manager McClanahan, regarding Mr. Burns’s intent to run for City Commission. Mr. McClanahan informed the commission that Mr. Burns was told that he could not legally run for elected office and be on the City’s payroll, concurrently. Mr. Burns added that he chose to run for Commissioner, rather than retain his position with the Fire Department. The Commissioners urged him to reconsider his decision to resign until after the election, but Mr. Burns insisted that he would vacate his position in two weeks.

Mayor Culp directed Manager McClanahan to consult the city attorney to confirm the legal standards for Mr. Burns’s situation. The Assistant Fire Chief, Randy Battles, and firefighter Chris Kelley voiced their support for Mr. Burns, declaring

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that their resignations were pending the outcome of the legal research. Parks Department Head, Eddie Kelley reported to the commission that all was well in his department, as did a representative of the Police Department. Manager McClanahan brought to the attention of the commission an issue with some doorto-door salesmen in the town. Mr. McClanahan had received a knock on his door late Saturday evening from two men selling security systems. The salesmen told Mr. McClanahan that they had been informed by the police department that Clifton was experiencing a crime spree of burglaries and offered to sell him their security product. Members of the commission and audience remarked that they had also heard about the salesmen; some said

Co. Commission Passes 2012-13 Budget By: Kaitlyn McClanahan

The Wayne County Commission met on Monday, August 27th, for a special session, to approve the budget for fiscal year 2012-2013. County Executive Jason Rich called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM, an invocation was offered, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Twelve of the fourteen commissioners were present: James H. Haggard, Jim Kelley, Tom H. Mathis, Jr., Warren B. Miller III, John McDonald, Brian Harris, Philip Casteel, Joe Hanback, O.C. Berry, Jr., David Martin, Rickey Kelley, and Joe I. Hall. Commissioners Randy K. Whitten and Joshua Stults were not in attendance. The first order of business was to approve the July meeting minutes. Commissioner R. Kelley made the motion, Commissioner Hanback seconded, and it passed unanimously. Executive Rich then opened the vote for approving the first part of the budget – the Appropriation Resolution. The resolution makes appropriations for various funds, departments, institutions, offices and agencies of Wayne County for the fiscal year. Commissioner R. Kelley expressed concern over the Jail budget, inquiring about the cost benefit of housing state prisoners. Stephen Bates, President of financial consulting firm Guardian Advisors, explained to the commission that the

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that they had also used Mr. McClanahan’s name in addition to the police department. Manager McClanahan assured the commission and the audience that there, in fact, has not been a crime spree in Clifton and that the salesmen did not have the City’s consent to spread information that would help sell their product. The commissioners agreed, but since the city does not have an ordinance prohibiting solicitation, their only action could be to ensure that public information of any kind comes from the Police Chief, and that no notices or allowances from City Hall will be issued to solicitors. Having no further business, Mayor Culp adjourned the meeting at 8 P.M. The next commission meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 17, 2012.

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housing of state prisoners would bring in revenue to the county that would offset their boarding costs. Executive Rich added that the state increased their daily rate for housing prisoners, and that the county would receive $2.00 more per day for each state prisoner. Sheriff Ric Wilson commented that the state paid the county $35.00 per day per prisoner last year, and would pay $37.00 per prisoner per day this year. Mr. Bates estimated that, at the end of the fiscal year, the county jail would turn about a two hundred thousand dollar profit. Commissioner Hall made a motion to approve the Appropriation Resolution and it was seconded by Commissioner Haggard. A roll call vote followed and the motion carried 10 votes to 2, with Commissioner R. Kelley and Commissioner Berry voting no. The next vote was to approve the Non-Profit Resolution in the budget.

The resolution concerns all of the charitable and non-profit organizations to which the County planned to contribute throughout the year. Commissioner Mathis provided the motion and it was seconded by Commissioner Harris. A roll call vote followed and the motion carried 10-2, with Commissioner R. Kelley and Commissioner Berry voting no. The final vote was to approve the remainder of the budget, which was a line item breakdown of the County General Fund, Special Purpose Fund, Other Special Revenue, Solid Waste/ Sanitation, Drug Control, Highway Public Works, General Purpose School Fund, Central Cafeteria Fund, Debt Service Fund, General Capital Projects, Community Development/Industrial Park, and Highway Capital Projects. Commissioner Miller inquired about tax increases, and Executive Rich ensured the commission that the budget did not increase taxes. Commissioner R. Kelley expressed concern that the budget seemed to increase spending in more areas than it cut spending, and Executive Rich explained that the county would increase revenue from both the Jail and a decrease in contributions to County employee retirement. Commissioner McDonald made a motion to pass the budget, which was seconded by Commissioner Hanback. A roll call vote followed and the motion carried 102, with Commissioner R. Kelley and Commissioner Berry voting no. After passing the budget, the commissioners and Executive Rich moved to enter into an Executive Session to discuss pending litigation against the county. Upon returning from Executive session, the meeting was adjourned. No new business was addressed, as it was a special session of the commission. The public is welcome to attend the next regularly scheduled County Commission meeting, which will be held on September 17th.


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It is heartwarming to know that people; neighbors, family members and friends rally to help those who are hurting. Until we have walked a mile in another’s shoe we really have no idea what they are thinking or feeling when in the midst of a traumatic event in their life. I think it is human nature to feel compelled to do or say something that we hope will be of some measure of comfort. I always am reminded of a scene at a funeral, and I have been in that position myself, asking myself, what do I say? When we seek to console family or friends we may choose one of three approaches to pursue. We may feel I know how the sufferer feels. It may be believed by the comforter that their experiences with loss and their journey with grief may be of assistance to the one who is currently struggling to cope with their current traumatic event. Thus the comforter may begin to share their experience, to the chagrin of the one hurting presently. When I was newly married my wife would come home and tell me of her day in minute detail. At that time it was like her running her fingernails along a slate chalk board, very painful to hear. Another approach is to philosophize as to why this may have happened. I know of four individuals who came to sympathize and comfort their friend. Each in turn took their turn


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to give their take on why / or how this has come about in the mourner’s life. The third common approach I believe is the best approach for those who are very uncertain as to what to say or do in their attempt to comfort family, friend, or a neighbor. When in doubt, or when we are not willing to risk offending those sorrowing, simply embrace them and tell them you will pray for them or you love them. Further, tell them you are ready to listen when they are ready to share their experience. Pursue a follow-up later. This is Sunrise.

by Max Franks No Stiff

I’m too old to die young, but I missed a lot of chances. I almost suffocated once while playing in some cotton. We used our front porch for storage until we got a truck load to haul to the gin. It was a soft play pen but boredom caused me to try a new feat. I dug a hole to make a tunnel, fell in and couldn’t get out. I screamed and cried, “I’ll never see daylight anymore! God, just get me out and I’ll do anything you want me to do!” Then I blacked out in the white cotton. Mom called me to dinner and got no answer. She looked across the cotton and saw legs and feet sticking up. She yelled and Dad yanked me out. I was breathless. I think Dad shook me up, down, round and round until I started breathing. My mind returned after a while with a bunch of concerned neighbors sitting around. Smothering to death is not a bad way to go. It’s terrifying for a short time until reality vanishes. Everyone dies, even Roy Rogers, so it must be ok. What happens after death is of concern. That’s why I’ve made arrangements not to stay dead. I have this Close Friend Who doesn’t believe in it. He calls it “sleep”. Folks laughed about that until He called Lazarus back out of the graveyard after four days. That’s the One Person we need to get to know on a personal level. Jesus was the very best preacher and teacher. He initiated all this after death stuff by saying He wasn’t going to stay in the ground and He didn’t. There is one thing that modern preachers can do that He couldn’t. They can hold a funeral. He couldn’t do that because “the dead” get up and walk away. You gotta keep one still to have funeral!. The stiff’s gotta stay stiff. A woman’s only son done up and died. The words were already said over him and they were transporting him to the cemetery. He wasn’t hearsed so the pall bearers were walking. His Mom was walking behind squalling. Jesus said, “Wait a minute.” They stopped and He touched the casket and the boy unclimbed that box. He went back home with Mama! No wonder Easter is my favorite Holiday.

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American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) Post 254 sponsored two young women to represent Collinwood at Volunteer Girls State 2012. Hannah Peck and Alexis Haddock were selected by the ALA to participate in this annual event. May 27th was the start of their week stay on the campus of David Lipscomb University in Nashville. Qualified staff members helped the 500+ participants (from all over TN) with registration, settling into their dorm rooms, and meeting with their pre-assigned groups. Each group (made up of 40 citizens) spent the week forming mock governments. Their leadership skills were sharpened as the girls campaigned for office, determined party platforms, and wrote bills debating issues. Girls State focused on issues of education, health care, and budget concerns on a city, county and state level. More relaxed activities during the week included; Olympics, a Fast Song, a Quiz Show and a Chorus. Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam attended as a guest speaker. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Girls State was an interesting and enjoyable experience. I hope the memories and friendships will last a lifetime. I would love to attend next year as a counselor.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Alexis Haddock â&#x20AC;&#x153;I learned more about government and politics. It helped me know where I stand politically and

look forward to being able to vote. I am more aware that my thoughts and views on government issues are important.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Hanna Peck Girls interested in attending Girls State should inform their school faculty. Students, in their junior year, are nominated by the high school faculty and then selected by the American Legion Auxiliary. Volunteer Girls State is a wonderful educational opportunity and an honor to attend.


Bronson and Sharae Reaves are excited to announce the birth of their son, Maddux Ryne. Maddux was born June 12, 2012, at Maury Regional Hospital, and he weighed eight pounds, fifteen ounces and was nineteen and a half inches long. His proud grandparents are Stan and Sharon Bromley and Regenia Reaves and Kenny and Robbin Reaves, all of Waynesboro. His g re a t - g r a n d p a re n t s are Coral and the late W.D. Bromley, Sonny and Ethel Stricklin, and Carl and the late

The Hog Pen Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not keen on writing this. But Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure The Lord â&#x20AC;&#x153;put me upâ&#x20AC;? to it. I hope it helps someone else find a real meaningful life like I did. I had a lifecontrolling problem, so I used my story to relate to the Teen Challenge guys. After leaving church and â&#x20AC;&#x153;doing my own thangâ&#x20AC;?, I joined the â&#x20AC;&#x153;noisy majorityâ&#x20AC;?. We didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have bars and grills, taverns, bistros or nightclubs in those days. They were just plain old â&#x20AC;&#x153;beer jointsâ&#x20AC;?. Drinking wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t socially accepted in the city, but one was built in the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;basementâ&#x20AC;?. The Hog Pen was located just down the hill behind the High School on the outskirts of the River Bottom. The name was appropriate because the back wall doubled as a fence for a real hog pen. It was segregated. We slurped inside, but they drank their slop on the outside. The menu was maybe three choices of â&#x20AC;&#x153;heavyâ&#x20AC;? beer. We were â&#x20AC;&#x153;Liteâ&#x20AC;? years behind. Pickled eggs and sausages were on the bar buffet. We had fun but I knew I was sinning, so I had no peace within. It led to the most embarrassing moment of my life. A family member was sick and my cousin came looking for me. He never went to joints. He found me at the Hog Pen! I was humiliated and devastated. It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t so much that he found me there, but he knew where to look! It was a horrible feeling. I still shudder when I recall it. Sin will embarrass you! You know â&#x20AC;&#x153;the rest of the storyâ&#x20AC;?. I found Jesus and swapped my Hog Pen for churches. I still have fun, but Joy and Peace are added. That was the beginning of â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Merry Heart Manâ&#x20AC;?; the sober, friendly chap you now know. Praise God forevermore!


2012 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;? Class Gold USGF World Series, Runner Up, Jackson, TN pictured front row left to right: Presley Witt, Leeah Jackson, Leisha â&#x20AC;&#x153;Moonshineâ&#x20AC;? Steger, Savannah â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bamâ&#x20AC;? Sudduth, and Faith Welch. back row left to right: Coach Doug Jackson, Jalyn Cherry, Abby Askew, Sidney Miller, Johnna Staggs, Lyndsey Johnson, and Coach Billy Steger. Not pictured: Maci Birdyshaw. The North Alabama Kraze 00 recently competed in the 2012 USGF â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;? Class Gold World Series that was held at the West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex in Jackson, Tennessee. There were a total of 18 teams that competed in this tournament. The Kraze played in the championship game and finished as Runner Up. The team and some of the players received individual awards for the whole tournament. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;All World Tournamentâ&#x20AC;? recipients were Jalyn Cherry, Presley Witt, Leeah Jackson, and Abby Askew. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Outstanding Recognition of the Seriesâ&#x20AC;? recipients were Jalyn Cherry for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Outstanding Offensive Player of the Seriesâ&#x20AC;? and Abby Askew for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Outstanding Pitcher of the Seriesâ&#x20AC;?. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Homerun Derbyâ&#x20AC;?

winner was Jalyn Cherry for hitting 2 homeruns during the skills competitions. The team was also awarded â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Best Sportsmanship Awardâ&#x20AC;? for the 12U age group. This was given to them because the team players, coaches, and parents displayed good sportsmanship for the entire time during World Series. Presley Witt is the daughter of Vanessa and Carl Witt of Collinwood, Tennessee. Leeah Jackson is the daughter of Doug and Nina Jackson of Phil Campbell, Alabama. Leisha â&#x20AC;&#x153;Moonshineâ&#x20AC;? Steger is the daughter of Billy Steger and Amanda Jeff of Union Hill, Alabama. Savannah â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bamâ&#x20AC;? Sudduth is the daughter of Kevin and Trina Sudduth of Vernon, Alabama. Faith Welch

is the daughter of Van and Debbe Welch of Savannah, Tennessee. Jalyn Cherry is the daughter of Jr and Lois Cherry of Savannah, Tennessee. Abby Askew is the daughter of Matt and Dena Askew of Tuscumbia, Alabama. Sidney Miller is the daughter of Dave and Saundra Miller of Madison, Alabama. Johnna Staggs is the daughter of John and Amy Staggs of Rogersville, Alabama. Lyndsey Johnson is the daughter of Chasity Crawford of Vernon, Alabama. Maci Birdyshaw is the daughter of Barry and Ronda Birdyshaw of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. The Kraze finished top 2 or higher placings in 7 out of 9 tournaments for the season and top 2 or higher in 10 out of 13 tournaments for the year. They also express appreciation to the North Alabama Kraze Organization and all of their sponsors. It would not have been possible without them.

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Policy and Procedure manual for the Police Department, and also offers significant liability insurance cost reductions up to 25%. I am very pleased with the work Mr. Barturen is doing and is working hard to get approved for these grants to make our home of Wayne County and

Checkpoints. Mr. George Barturen has also been continuing to work on getting the Police Department credited by the Tennessee Law Enforcement State Accreditation. This is to streamline and kind of give structure to the

safe and better place to live. Thank you to Mr. Barturen for taking the time to talk with me and provide me with such wonderful information. Stephanie Sharp The Waynesboro Rotary is very appreciative of the presentation by Chief Barturen.


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I have recently had the wonderful pleasure of talking with our Chief of Police on how he is working hard on making our home a better and safer place. He has given me a lot of information on some grants that the state has awarded to work on several different things such as campaigns, trainings, new equipment, software, etc. Now as we all know the Economy is not very flexible right now so it is very hard to come by getting grants approved. Here are some of the grants that have been approved and some that are still awaiting approval. The first grant is: The Ballistic Vest Grant for 2011- The grant was for $5,800 but the department was only awarded half, the Police Department will be reimbursed for $2,900. This grant is for the Bullet proof Vests for our officers to stay safe while on duty. The second grant is: The Teen Novice Driver and Occupant Protection Grant for 2012- The amount of the grant was $24,816.35. 100% of the grant was awarded to the Police Department for things such as education for teens on Safety belt use, Laws of the road, No texting and driving. It is also used for buying equipment for training to go to the schools and talking with the children about the Law and Safety, and handing out pamphlets. The third grant is: The Alcohol Saturation Patrol/ Roadside Sobriety Checkpoints Grant for 2013. This grant is considered a Technology Grant to purchase new servers to be able to communicate between patrol cars and to the main dock center. It is also for purchasing new software such as record management software. The amount of this grant was $55,000 but the department was only awarded half which was about $25,000. The fourth grant is: The High Visibility Law Enforcement Campaigns Grant for 2013- This grant has not yet been confirmed that it will be awarded at this time. If it is awarded it will be for 100% of $5,000. The grant if awarded will be used as an overtime grant for State Law Enforcement Campaign. These are some campaigns such as the “Click it or Ticket” campaign. Another one is a campaign for Sobriety PAGE 20A AUG 29.indd 1

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#38 Carson Kelly and #9 Keeton Kelly team up to tackle the Union City runner.

Brier Daniel hauls in a catch in traffic. The 2012 Collinwood scored five plays later on Trojans opened the new a fifty-one yard pass play. season with a great win The PAT was good. Once over 2A foe Forrest. The again the Trojans started Trojans started slow but with good field position really got things going after a short Rocket kick. in the second quarter Collinwood drove to the scoring 27 unanswered Forrest 45 but turned it points after falling behind over on downs. Forrest then scored again after 14-0 in the first. Collinwood began the driving to the Trojans 32. contest by receiving the The QB found an open opening kick at the 35 receiver after scrambling yard line. The Trojans out of the pocket giving drive stalled at the fifty Forrest their second score and a shanked punt set the of the night. The PAT was Rockets up just inside good making the Rocket mid-field. Forrest then lead 14-0.

Jacob Daniel looks for running room as Austin Caperton clears the way.

Peyton Risner returned the following kick from the 35 out to the 47. The Rocket defense then picked off a pass on the first play and returned it to the Trojans 34, but a holding penalty pushed them back to the 45. This time the Trojans defense stood its ground holding the Rockets to a three and out. The Trojans began their next drive at the 12 yard line following the 26 yard punt. The Trojans ran one play before the end of the first quarter. On the third play QB Logan Montgomery pitched the ball to Peyton Risner who broke a tackle and sprinted to the Forrest 39. Three plays later Montgomery ran it in from the seven for the Trojans first TD of the night. Brier Daniel hit the PAT and cut the lead to 7. The Rockets began the next drive at the 20 following a touchback by Daniel on the kickoff. The Trojan defense locked down once again forcing another three and out. Ben Ragan returned the punt across the fifty giving the Trojans a good starting point. Montgomery then connected with Zach Reaves three plays later for a 25 yard touchdown. The PAT was good and the game tied 14 all. (Continued On Page Seven B)

News Deadline For Sports News Monday 5 P.M. Bring By The News Office Or Email: Peyton Risner sprints up the sideline for a big gain.

Tornados Blow Away Wildcats, 56-6 Following a week when the Wildcats were shut out, the ‘Cats return home and manage to score only 6 points against West Tennessee foe, Union City. The ‘Cats saw the Golden Tornados pile up 382 yards of total offense enroute to the 56 - 6 win. The Wildcats now fall to 0 - 2 on the young season and will travel to Mt. Pleasant Friday to take on the Tigers, who return several skilled position players. The Wildcats kicked off to the Union City team and saw them put together an eleven play, 60 yard drive for the first

score. They led 7 - 0 with seven minutes left in the opening period. The Wildcats couldn’t answer the score and were forced to a 3 and out situation and a punt which Union City ran to the37. On the next play, the Golden Tornado runner covered the remaining 63 yard for the second touchdown of the night. The ‘Cats now trailed 14 - 0 with 4:08 left in the first. Again, the Wildcats couldn’t move the ball and were forced to punt. The Tiger receiver fumble the ball and Wildcat Peyton Bratcher recovered it for the ‘Cats. It was again

3 plays and out and the Golden Tornados forced a Wildcat punt. Union City scored again to make the score 21 - 0 and went on to take a 42 - 0 lead at the half. In the third period, the Wildcat did manage to score their only touchdown of the season at the 6:56 mark of the third period as Carson Kelly ran it in from 25 yards out. The point after failed, making it 42 6. With the “mercy rule” in play, the cats allowed two more Union City touchdowns. Carson Kelly led the Wildcats (Continued On Page Seven B)

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If you plan to renovate or overseed pastures with cool-season forages, now is the time to do so. With the hot, dry year we’ve had, many pastures may have barren spots. If these spots aren’t filled with grasses and legumes, they can easily fill with weeds. For most cool-season forages, August 15 to October 1 is recommended for seeding, although Alfalfa’s cutoff date is September 15, and forages like Hairy Vetch and Annual Ryegrass (not to be confused with Rye) extend the planting season to October 15. But for many of you, the pasture grasses are in good enough condition so starting over is too drastic. In this case, you may want to consider overseeding your pastures with legumes, specifically clovers. So how do you go about overseeding your pasture? Well, the first step is soil testing. Hopefully you’ve done this already, but later is better than never. A basic soil test will show the pH, as well as the levels of phosphorus and potassium in the soil. If the pH is too low

for the variety that you are planning to overseed with, have the soil limed. Also, you may need to fertilize, but don’t use nitrogen at seeding. Nitrogen will cause the existing forages to grow and compete with legume establishment. The next step is to overgraze the pasture. It’s not something you’ll hear me recommend very often, but overgrazing before tillage increases the disk’s ability to through the sod. Even if you aren’t able to till, overgrazing helps to keep the mulch from interfering with legume establishment. If you are able to till, and erosion is not a concern, disc the pasture so 50-70 percent of the existing sod is disturbed, but don’t overwork the soil. According to a Purdue publication, the later the tillage can be done, the more effective the overseeding. This is due to cooler temperatures (hotter temperatures dry out soil faster) and less competition from coolseason grasses (their growth slows as the weather gets colder and the days get shorter). The only downside is the chance that an early frost could kill very young plants. But speaking of frosts,

if you are unable to get clovers planted in the fall, you’re not out of luck. Frost seeding is simply spreading seed on top of frozen ground in winter, and allowing the natural freeze and thaw to bed the seeds. If you don’t have tillage equipment, this may be your best option. The only downside to frost seeding is you’ll need to sow more seed. For example, UT recommends ten pounds of red clover per acre when it’s planted alone. With traditional fall overseeding where tillage is done, you can back that off to roughly 4-6 pounds since there are other forages in the pasture,

but since frost seeding isn’t quite as effective, to get a comparable stand of clover, you would want to use the full ten pound recommendation. For successful legume establishment to work, whether you’re using tillage or frost seeding, it’s important to keep cows off the newly planted pasture until the legumes have had a chance to get established. That means when you start cows back on pasture in spring, your overseeded pasture shouldn’t be grazed until the later stages of your pasture rotation cycle. But what if you don’t rotate pastures? Well… you should be.

it is not a scheduled time to eat. Offer choices. Ask “Which would you like for dinner: broccoli or cauliflower?” instead of “Do you want broccoli for dinner?” Encourage physical

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NEWS Charlotte Smith EXTENSION AGENT UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE EXTENSION BE A HEALTHY ROLE MODEL You are the most important influence on your child. You can do many things to help your children develop healthy eating habits. The best way to influence your children is to have healthy eating habits yourself. Your children are always watching. They notice things when you aren’t even paying attention. Remember monkey see, monkey do. What can you do to be a healthy role model? Show by example. Eat vegetables, fruits,

and whole grains with meals or as snacks. Let your child see you like to munch on raw vegetables. Go shopping together. Grocery shopping can teach your child about food and nutrition. Discuss where foods come from. Let your children make healthy choices. Offer the same foods for everyone. Stop being a “short-order cook” by making different dishes to please the children. It’s easier to plan family meals when everyone eats the same foods. Listen to your child. If your child says he or she is hungry, offer a small healthy snack—even if

Pictured from left to right UT Extension Agent, Charlotte Smith, 4-H’ers: Katie Reeves, Renee Holt, Hannah Nelson, and Christina Frazier, and Rotary Club Member Roger Smith. they set up at McDonalds 4-H NEWS Tuesday August 7, and the county health fair 2012 the 4-H honor club to promote milk and its spoke at the rotary club health benefits as well as meeting about the events give dairy facts. Renee they have and will be Holt, member of the doing in the next few honor club, talked about months. Charlotte Smith, how we had a 4-H day the Wayne County 4-H camp and how we had agent, was the guest so much fun helping the younger kids of Wayne speaker. Charlotte Smith County. Katie Reeves, brought the Wayne the president of the honor County 4-H honor club club, talked about how to speak. Christina she and Christina felt Frazier, the honor club honored to go to 4-H vice president, talked Congress and see how our about how we are going justice system works and to be participating in how laws were passed. “The 4-H Honor Club the Adopt-A-Highway program. Christina also was truly grateful that the talked about how we rotary club had us as their helped with the Moving special guest speakers. Wall, the TWRA Fishing Thank you to them for Rodeo, as well as Tour de giving us the opportunity Wayne. Hannah Nelson, to speak and exercise the honor club service skills, such as public chair, talked about the speaking, we will need as club’s participation in future citizens.” Written by: June Dairy Month. She Hannah Nelson mentioned the booths

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The Frank Hughes athletic program has big plans for this year. The athletic program includes sports for girls and boys in grades five through twelve. Softball, baseball, cheerleading, and basketball are provided for both junior high and high school students. To support these programs the athletic department will be posting signs as advertisement in the FHS gymnasium. These advertisements allow the school to recognize their strongest supporters and to raise money at the same time. The advertisements can be renewed yearly. The signs can be purchased as business advertisements, or they can dedicate the sponsorship “in honor of” or “in memory of” an individual. Parents and grandparents are also invited to purchase a sign with their athlete’s name and jersey number. All proceeds generated from these sales will go PAGE 18A AUG 29.indd 1

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business or individual who wants to purchase a sign can contact Coach Jason Morris at 676-3325. This fundraising project will end on October 1.

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Annual C’wood High School Alumni Banquet Is Saturday, Sept. 1st. The Collinwood High School Alumni Association will hold its annual banquet and reunion at CHS on Saturday, Sept. 1 from 4 P.M. to 9 P.M. The event is an opportunity for CHS graduates and friends to rekindle relationships as well as plan for the future of the organization. One of the association’s most important functions is to award an annual college scholarship to a deserving senior at CHS. “With the rising cost of higher education, it’s important for the CHS Alumni Association to increase the amount available for college scholarships. That’s why we have decided to partner with the University of North Alabama to improve the structure of the scholarship program,” said Gilda Collie, president of the CHS Alumni Association for 2012. Through its partnership with UNA, the alumni association plans to create an endowed scholarship fund through the UNA Foundation. “For many students, scholarships like this are often the only opportunity for a college education. That’s why we encourage alumni and friends of UNA to create endowed scholarship funds for future students and to make tax-deductible gifts

to those funds regularly,” said Dr. Judy Jackson, UNA interim vice president for university advancement. Collie said she believes the new structure will increase the contributions to the CHS Alumni Scholarship, enabling the organization to provide more assistance to a worthy student or to expand the scholarship to include more than one CHS graduate each year.

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Muscle Shoals-based Bryan Muse Band (www. will provide entertainment including a special tribute to Elvis by band leader Bryan Muse, winner of many Elvis look-alike contests around the U.S. The CHS Alumni Banquet is open to all CHS alumni and guests. Admission fees are paid at the door. Dress is casual. Funds are used to pay for entertainment and food and provide for the annual scholarship. It Pays To Advertise Call Sales Rep. Dorah Johnson At 722-5429

ACT Test Prep Courses Available In September CSCC To help your teenager prepare for the ACT, Columbia State Community College is offering a prep course that will teach your future college student how to take the required exam. The ACT prep course class reviews math word problems, algebraic expressions and geometric concepts. Students will practice reading for comprehension and review basic grammar rules, and they’ll practice timed test-taking. This 5-week class meets once a week and is designed for new test takers and test repeaters who desire to improve their scores. Students who complete a prep course are more likely to achieve higher scores. Maury County, Columbia campus, Warf 103, 1665 Hampshire Pike, Columbia will offer this course Mondays, Sept. 10 to Oct. 15 (No class Oct. 1 – fall break). Lawrence County, Lawrenceburg campus, Room 155, 1620 Springer Road, Lawrenceburg will offer this course on Thursdays, Sept.13 to Oct. 18 (No class Oct 11, 2012 – fall break ). To register for these or any of Columbia State’s other professional development or continuing education courses, visit http:// registration.xenegrade. com/columbiastate. For additional information,

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Savannah Arts Comm. To Host Symphony Sat. A pleasant autumn breeze, a lovely historic setting and the music played by one of the finest orchestras. All of these conspire to provide a most enjoyable evening, Saturday, September 1, at 5:30 p.m. on the lawn of Cherry Mansion in Savannah, Tenn. Cherry Mansion, best known for its role as the headquarters of General U.S. Grant just prior to the historic Battle of Shiloh, will be the background for the 24th Annual Sunset Symphony hosted by the Savannah Arts Commission. Conducting the Germantown Symphony Orchestra will be Maestro Ronald Vernon, Professor Emeritus with the Department of Music at the University of Mississippi. This year’s program theme is “American Kaleidoscope” and will feature music of the 20s including Charleston and Tea for Two; American folk songs, Shenandoah and Sweet Betsy from Pike; American swing classics, Pennsylvania 65,000 and Swing, Swing, Swing; plus music by Morton Gould and some highlights from last year’s classical season. Cherry Mansion is located within walking distance of the Tennessee River Museum, Savannah Main Street and local

restaurants that will be open prior to and after the performance. The event is sponsored by the Savannah Arts Commission, the City of Savannah, local businesses and private patrons. The event is free to the public, but contributions are welcome at the gate. Those in attendance who do not wish to sit on the grass will need to bring a lawn chair or blanket. Portable restrooms will be available during the concert. For more information about the event, including rain location, contact the Hardin County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 731925-8181 or info@

Homecoming/ Gospel Mtg. Topsy Church Homecoming and a gospel meeting will be held at the Topsy Church of Christ September 9 through 11 with Malcolm George as guest speaker. Sunday morning services will include Sunday School at 10 A.M., worship at 11 and lunch at noon. A Sunday afternoon service will be held at 2 P.M. Services will begin at 7 P.M. on Monday and Tuesday night. Everyone is extended a welcome invitation to attend.

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Walk-A-Thon Sept. 15 To Benefit St. Jude A Walk-A-Thon, to benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital will be held Saturday, September 15, 2012 at Centenary Cemetery on Second and Grassy Creek. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be served beginning at 12 noon and the walk will begin at 1 P.M. Whitey Joe and the Tennessee Band will be providing entertainment. All proceeds will benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital. For more information Call Larry White at 7245377.

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The Collinwood American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 254 would like to honor any veterans who are laid to rest in Collinwood Memorial Gardens or McGlamery Cemetery, for decoration day on Sunday, September 2. To recognize these veterans, the group will be placing American flags on their graves. If you would like for





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please contact Deb Pigg at 724-9371 or Margaret Thompson at 724-9445 with location of loved ones grave. Make sure that you please leave a contact number when you call. You can also drop by the Ladies Auxiliary’s booth during “Old Timers Day” on Saturday, September 1 to sign up for this memorial tribute. Advertise Today Call 722-5429 To Place Your Ad!!!

The Burkes will appear at Old Timer’s Day in Ralph Hughes Memorial Park on Saturday, September 1st from 3 P.M. until 4 P.M. Everyone is invited to come out and hear them perform country gospel music.

Revival services will be held Sept. 9 through 14 at McGlamery Church. Services will begin at 6 P.M. on Sunday and 7 P.M. Monday through Friday. Jerry Robbins will be the guest speaker and special singing will be featured nightly. John E. Banks, pastor and the congregation invites everyone to attend.

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. Greg Lee, Mitchell Skelton, Bobby Pinckley Ministers WEBSITE: COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bible Class 9 – Worship 10 Randall Roby, Minister 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. MARTIN MILLS CHURCH OF CHRIST Pinhook Pike Road - Near Lutts 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 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.

Ways to Forgive

LUTTS BAPTIST CHURCH Mike Calvert, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. WAYNESBORO FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH South Main Street – Waynesboro S.S. 9:45 A.M. – Worship 11 A .M. KELLEY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Natural Bridge Road Troy Gobbell, Pastor here are many ways to forgive. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Those blessed with short Jerry Robbins, Pastor memories and forgiving hearts Highway 13 South – Waynesboro may be able to "forgive and forget." S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. But, most of us cannot easily do this, Sun. Disc. Training 5 P.M. - Worship 6 P.M. Wed. Even. 6 P.M. and we must make a conscious effort STATELINE CHURCH to forgive. One way to do this is to talk Keith Montgomery, Pastor frankly to the person we are struggling Hwy. 13 S. TN/AL Stateline to forgive, telling them what is Wed. Night. 6:30 P.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. bothering us, and hoping that a kindly MEMORIAL discussion will lead to an BAPTIST CHURCH understanding and forgiveness by both Indian Creek Road, Waynesboro parties. Another way to forgive is to ask Donnie Overton, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. for divine intervention.There are times GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH when it is not humanly possible to Colllinwood – Third Avenue forgive others, and they may not Lawrence Steiner, Pastor legitimately deserve to be forgiven. If S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. LEATHERWOOD someone has killed one of our family BAPTIST CHURCH members it may not be possible on Highway 64 West our own to forgive them, but God may S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. be able to bring about a change of RAY’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH 3 ½ Miles Down Hog Creek Road heart. We may not even want to forgive S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. the person in this case, but may realize ZION BAPTIST CHURCH that our life is being destroyed by 750 Glenrock Branch Road hatred and anger. Often times, asking Nathan Huff, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. for God's help is the only way to BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH forgive. Whatever our situation, if we 8821 California Branch Road are finding it difficult to forgive Westpoint, TN 38486 someone, we should keep in mind that Tony Shults, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11A.M. God wants us to forgive others as He Evening Worship 6 P.M. forgives us. ABUNDANT LIFE FOURSQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH Highway 64 West – Waynesboro BURNS CHAPEL MILLROCK FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Dean Haggard, Pastor FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Shawnetttee Community Collinwood Sunday Service 10:30 Highway 13 South – Collinwood Tim Hanback, Pastor Midweek Service Thursday 7 P.M. Edward Burbank, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FORTY-EIGHT FREEWILL S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. JOHNSON’S CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH PINEY GROVE FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Gene Kelly, Pastor FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Gene Daniel, Assistant Pastor Piney Community, Cypress Inn BEREA S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Greg Eaton, Pastor MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Night – 5 P.M. NEW LIFE BAPTIST CHURCH California Branch Road, Collinwood COLLINWOOD Highway 13 N. – Colllinwood Steve Martin, Pastor FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Ricky Nelson, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. First Avenue – Collinwood Asst. Pastor, Andy Sherrill CYPRESS OAK GROVE S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 9-11 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Night Services 6 P.M. Wed. Disc. Training – 7 P.M. Pumping Station Road WILLIAMS CHAPEL CANAAN FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Fishtrap Community - Danny Clark, Sunday Evening 5 P.M. Holly Creek Road Pastor BUTLER GROVE James Pete Turnbow, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. FELLOWSHIP FREEWILL BAPTIST Last Butler Creek Road - Junior Daniel, Pastor MCGLAMERY CHURCH CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. McGlamery Community Collinwood Rocky Ford Holly Creek HOUSTON BAPTIST CHURCH Johnny Banks, Pastor Bill Hollander, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Preaching 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Robert Carroll Littrell, Pastor


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REVIVAL CENTER UNITED PENTECOSTAL OF WAYNESBORO Old 99 East – Waynesboro, TN Jonathan Pickens, Pastor Sunday Morning 10 A.M. - Night 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night 7 P.M. FULL GOSPEL HOUSE OF PRAISE Joseph Wallace, Pastor 10 A.M. S.S. – 11 A.M. Worship CORNERSTONE CHURCH OF COLLINWOOD 861 Dogwood Flats Road Colllinwood John Hodum, Pastor Sunday Morning 9:45 A.M. Wednesday 7:30 P.M. COUNTY LINE FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Buttermilk Ridge Road S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. BEECH CREEK FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Beech Creek Road - Harold Morris, Pastor Sunday 10 A.M. FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF CLIFTON Elm Street – Clifton - Billy Wright, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. PHILLIPS CHAPEL COMMUNITY CHURCH Highway 13 North – Waynesboro John Blackwell, Pastor NEW BEGINNINGS WORSHIP CENTER Highway 128, Clifton Jimmy Hayes, Pastor 3 P.M. Worship COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY Railroad Bed – Woodlawn Mike Jenetta, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. WAYNESBORO CHURCH OF GOD Highway 64 West – Waynesboro Tommy Burke, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON CHURCH OF GOD Dorothy Lambert, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. COLLINWOOD CHURCH OF GOD Highway 13 – Collinwood Richard Bane, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CROMWELL CROSSROADS CHURCH Service 10 A.M. Sunday WAYNE FELLOWSHIP CHURCH Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Junior Cummins, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. WAYNESBORO GREEN RIVER TABERNACLE Green River Road, Waynesboro Larry Janes, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Worship 9 A.M. – S.S. 10 A.M. Located Linden Ward – 5 Miles W of Linden Highway 412 LIVING WATER TABERNACLE 918 West Point Rd – Lawrenceburg Shawn Moore, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Evening 6 P.M. - Thurs. Evening 7 P.M. NEW LIFE FREEWILL BAPTIST 2699 Buffalo Road, Lawrenceburg W. L. Wallace, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night - 6 P.M. THE CHURCH OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST 200A E. Broadway, Collinwood Joe Risner, Pastor Sunday Service 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. Wednesday 7 P.M.

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.EVANS CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Clifton Turnpike, Rt. 1 Waynesboro Bobbie Martiin, Pastor Worship 8:30 A.M. – No S.S. MT. AUBURN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Beechview, Clifton Josh Layne, Pastor Worship 8:45 A.M. POPES CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Off 13N. Past Bell Bridge Worship 2nd & 4th Sunday - 2 P.M. Ron Randolph, Pastor WHITTEN’S CROSSROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Whitten’s Crossroads Community John Allen Berry, Pastor S.S. 10:45 A.M. – Wprship 9:45 A.M. WAYNESBORO FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Corner Of Hassell & Songer St. Waynesboro, Tennessee Whitney Mitchell, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M CLIFTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH West Pillow St., Clifton - Josh Layne Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. RIVERSIDE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Highway 128 N. Of Clifton - Josh Layne Worship 9:45 A.M. – S.S. 10:45 CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Highway 13 North – Waynesboro Don Jones, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. CLIFTON PRESBYTERIAN Bearing with one another, CHURCH IN CLIFTON and forgiving one another, if Dr. James Roundtree Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. anyone has a complaint FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH against another; even as 308 South Main St. – Waynesboro Christ forgave you, so you S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. ST. CECILIA CATHOLIC CHURCH also must do. Highway 64 East - Waynesboro Father Kevin Dowling, Pastor New K.J.V. Colossians 3:13 Saturday Mass 5 P.M. HOLLIS CHAPEL FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Old Railroad LUTTS UNITED MT. TABOR Iron City, TN METHODIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor, Julie Keener Lutts, Tennessee - Tommy Flood, Pastor Clifton, Tennessee S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. SEVENTH DAY SHAWNETTEE UNITED Wed. 6 P.M. ADVENTISTS OF WAYNESBORO METHODIST CHURCH SHADY GROVE FREEWILL Pastor – John Johnston Shawnettee Community – Collinwood BAPTIST CHURCH 1606 Old Highway 64 E. Bo Johnson, Pastor Olive Hill, Tennessee Sabbath School 9:30 – Church 11 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Pastor, Randy Stricklin LITTLE BETHEL RAILROAD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. HOLINESS CHURCH Iron City Road Sunday Night - 5 P.M. On Pumping Station Road John Allen Berry, Pastor COLLINWOOD UNITED Robert Marks, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. METHODIST CHURCH S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M MT. HOPE UNITED 4th Street Sun. Night 6 P.M. – Wed. Night 7 P.M. METHODIST CHURCH Collinwood WAYNE COUNTY BIBLE CENTER Tommy Flood, Pastor Highway 13N – Lower Green River Morning Worship 10:30 A.M. S.S. 10 A.M. – Wprsjhip 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor HIGHLAND UNITED S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11:15 A.M. Bible Study 6 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Pastors, Leo Doyle, III METHODIST CHURCH MT. CARMEL UNITED CLIFTON REVIVAL CENTER METHODIST CHURCH Hwy. 64 E, Near Natchez Trace Clifton,Tennessee Ray Watkins, Pastor Hardin Creek, Clifton Shayne Riley, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. – Worship 11 A.M. Bobbie Martin, Pastor S.S. 10 A.M. - Worship 11 A.M. Sunday Night 5 P.M. – Wednesday 7 P.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. – S.S. 10:30 A.M.

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Community Happenings 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 August 2012-P. attend. 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. August 2012-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)

CHS CLASS OF 1954 REUNION The Collinwood High School Class of 1954 will have its reunion on Saturday, September 1st. They will meet at 2:30 P.M. at the First Baptist Church in Collinwood for visiting and fellowship. At 4 P.M. they will go to Chad’s Restaurant for a meal and more fellowship. For more information call Robbie Dicus at 724-4314 or Sue Irons at 256-766-3661. Aug. 1-8-15-22-29-(ojb)

WAYNE COUNTY HELPING HANDS OFFERS “AFTER-CARE” GROUP Wayne County Helping Hands has begun offering an “After-Care” group for anyone who has been through an addiction rehabilitation program. The group will meet at 5 P.M. each Saturday. Counselors from Buffalo Valley, Inc. will be leading this group. All services of Wayne County Helping Hands are offered free of charge. An experienced drug and alcohol abuse counselor will be available EVERY Saturday of the month at 5 P.M. August 2012-(ojb)

WAYNE COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY TO MEET The Wayne County Republican Party will meet the fourth Tuesday night of each month at 6:30 P.M. at the Wayne County Republican Headquarters on the West side of the square unless otherwise posted. All Republicans are urged to attend. Jan. 18, 2012-Jan. 21, 2013-P.

C.H.S. CLASS OF 1958 REUNION The Collinwood High School Class of 1958 will have its reunion on Saturday, September 1, 2012 at 6:30 P.M. at Chad’s Restaurant. Aug. 22-29, 2012-(ojb)

WAYNE COUNTY DEMOCRAT PARTY TO MEET The Wayne County Democratic Party will meet each third Thursday of the month at 6:30 P.M. at Tin Roof Steakhouse, 705 Highway 99, Waynesboro, unless otherwise posted. All Democrats are encouraged to attend. Please plan to make a purchase to repay Tin Roof for use of their meeting room. Aug., Sept., And Oct. 2012-P.

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Events In And Around Wayne County

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. 2012-P. C’WOOD AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY BAKE SALE OLD TIMERS DAY The Collinwood American Legion Auxiliary Post 254 will have a bake sale at Old Timers Day on Saturday, September 1st. Come early for best selections. There will be lots of goodies to choose from. Aug. 22-29, 2012-(ojb)

DRIVER LICENSE ROADSIDE SAFETY CHECKPOINTS The Tennessee Highway Patrol will be conducting driver license roadside safety checkpoints during the week of September 6, 2012 on U.S. 64 W., .1 W 11 M.M. starting at 11 A.M. in Wayne County. Recognizing the danger presented to the public by unqualified drivers, Troopers will concentrate their efforts on vehicles being operated by drivers who violate the driver license laws of Tennessee. The Tennessee Highway Patrol has found these driver license roadside safety checkpoints to be an effective means of enforcing driver license laws of Tennessee while ensuring the protection of all motorists. Sgt. Jeff Webb, Tennessee Highway Patrol LUTTS VFD REGULAR MONTHLY BREAKFAST The Lutts Volunteer Fire Department will have its monthly breakfast Saturday, September 1st. from 7 until 9 A.M. Proceeds go to the Lutts Volunteer Fire Department and Community Center. Everyone is encouraged to support this cause. C’WOOD HIGH SCHOOL 1952 CLASS REUNION Collinwood High School class of 1952 will have a class reunion on Saturday, September 1 at Emeralds Restaurant at 6 P.M. Also, the class of 1951, and anyone who started class with these classes are invited to attend. A.A. MEETS IN WAYNESBORO AT C.P. CHURCH A. A. meets every Tuesday night at 7 P. M. at the Presbyterian Church in Waynesboro. Everyone is welcome. For more information call C.W.B. 731-695-2358 or Ron R. 931-762-5977 / 931-629-0572. Aug. 2012-Aug. 2013-P.

PARENTING CLASSES APPROVED & OFFERED Mid South Mediation Services is approved by courts to offer a four hour Parenting Education Seminar for divorcing parents (even if unmarried). Classes will be held Saturday, September 15th, 2012 from 10 A.M. till 12 Noon and 1 till 3 P.M. at the the Mid South Office inside War Memorial Building, 49 Smith Ave., Hohenwald (Lewis County). For more information or to register please call Pat Nicholson, 931-622-1462, Dave Boyd, 931-242-5172 or Mary Ellen Bowen, 931-796-0487. Email Dates can be flexible. LANDERS REUNION It is time once again for the descendants of Bine and Frances Wilson Landers to come together for the annual reunion. The event will be held Saturday, September 8, 2012 at Mousetail State Park (Pavilion) Perry County, TN from 9 A.M. until 5 P.M. Potluck Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Each family is asked to bring a dish, dessert and drinks. BREWER REUNION All kinfolk and friends are invited to the reunion of the W. R. and Mattie Kelley Brewer family on Sunday, September 9th at the Waynesboro Church of Christ Fellowship building. Doors will open at 11 A.M. and lunch will be served about 1 P.M. Come and bring pictures and a picnic lunch and enjoy a good time. Paper products, forks, etc. and serving spoons will be furnished. Family members hope to see a lot of Brewers and Kelleys there. NUTT REUNION All kinfolk and friends are invited to the reunion of the late James and Rebekah Nutt on Saturday, September 8 at the Waynesboro Church of Christ Fellowship building. Doors will open at 11 A.M. and food will be served about 1 P.M. Come and bring pictures along with a picnic lunch and enjoy a good time. Paper products, forks, etc. and serving spoons will furnished. All relatives and friends are invited. RETIRED TEACHERS TO MEET IN CLIFTON The Wayne County Retired Teachers Association will meet on Monday, September 10 at 11 A.M. at Frank Hughes School in Clifton. Guest speaker will be Kale Keith, owner of Jeanette’s in Waynesboro. Mr. Keith will be discussing the efforts of members of the community who are encouraging local young musicians interested in a career in the music industry and potential fund raisers for the music programs in Wayne County High Schools. All members are encouraged to attend. For those who wish to carpool, meet in the EW James parking lot in Waynesboro at 10:15. For more information, call Katy Wright at 724-9943.

C’WOOD OES BAKE SALE, BEANS, SOUP CHILLI AND MORE AT OLD TIMER’S DAY SEPT. 1ST. Collinwood OES will be serving soup, chilli, white beans and cornbread at the Lodge Hall Fellowship Hall, on Old Timer’s Day, Saturday, Sept. 1st. They will also have a bake sale with a variety of baked goods to choose from. Aug. 29, 2012-(ojb)

FAMILY REUNION DESCENDANTS SAMUEL AND EMILY KELLY A family reunion for the descendants of Samuel and Emily Kelly will be held September 2, 2012 at the Zip City Community Building from 12:30 P.M. until 3:30 P.M. ADVISORY COUNCIL AGING/DISABILITY MTG. The South Central Tennessee Advisory Council on Aging and Disability will conduct its quarterly business meeting on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 10 A.M. at the South Central Tennessee Development District, 101 Sam Watkins Blvd., Mt. Pleasant, TN. FRAZIER NELSON AND DAVE ANDREWS REUNION SEPT. 2ND. The Frazier Nelson and Dave Andrews reunion will be held Sunday, September 2, 2012 at the Bethlehem Baptist Church Pavilion at 1:30 P.M. All family and friends are invited to attend and asked to bring a basket lunch and drinks along with old pictures and musical instruments.

B’grass Festival Aug. 30-Sept. 1 In Summertown The 2012 SemiAnnual Summertown Bluegrass Reunion and Music Festival will be held August 30 through September 1 in Summertown. During these fun-filled days and nights you can enjoy stage shows, instrument vendors, craft booths, jamming, clogging, a shade tree band contest, buck dancing contests, square dancing, two-stepping, waltzing and line dancing. Terry and Tammy Pierce are organizers of the festival, Thursday, August 30th is FREE admission night for everyone. There will be all kinds of food available and you can enjoy the open stage and jamming as the music floats all over the park each day and night. On Friday, August 31st, the Stage Shows begin at 7 P.M. Admission will be charged. The stage shows begin on Saturday, September 1st at 12 noon. and admission is also charged for the Saturday event. Also on Saturday, everyone’s

favorite “Buck Dance” contest begins at 5 P.M. with prize money in first, second and third place in each of the following categories: Lil Doll 10 years and under, Jr. Dance - 11 through age 35 and Senior dance - 36 and over. The winners are determined by audience ballot ticket stub. The stage show breaks at 4 P.M. for supper break and to give you a chance to listen to all The Shade Tree Band pickers. The Shade tree Band Contest will be at 6 P.M. Winners are determined by your audience ballot ticket stub. The Stage Show will start back up at 7 P.M. and continue until 11 P.M.

Gospel Singing A gospel singing will be held at the Beechcreek Full Gospel Church Sunday, September 9, 2012 beginning at 10 A.M. Featured singers will be the Jon Blackwell Family. The church is located on Beechcreek, five miles from Clifton and 14 miles from Waynesboro. Harold Morris, pastor and the congregation welcomes everyone to attend.

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C’wood Middle School To Host SWPBS P.I.N. Collinwood Middle School faculty and staff NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Deed of Trust dated June 17, 2008, and recorded in Record Book No. 111, page 131, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee executed by Dennis A. Rayfield and wife, Julie A. Rayfield, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the Wayne County Bank, as beneficiary of said Deed of Trust has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. Pursuant to Section 35-5-117, Tennessee Code Annotated, a sixty (60) day notice of the legal right to foreclosure was sent by regular mail on May 17, 2012, to the said Dennis A. Rayfield, by the said Wayne County Bank. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of the Wayne County Bank, the lawful owner and holder of said indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Thursday, September 6, 2012, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in the 1st Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, on the North side of Pope Circle Road, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the center of Pope Circle Road over a small branch on the East boundary of the lands of Dallas Pope as shown in Deed Book 41, page 188; thence running with the center of Pope Circle road, North 78 degrees 00’ 57” West 64.18 feet to a mag nail set; thence North 73 degrees 58’ 41” West 44.09 feet to a mag nail set; thence North 65 degrees 11’ 50” West 69.47 feet to a mag nail set; thence North 55 degrees 51’ 00” West 136.85 feet to a mag nail set; thence North 52 degrees 18’ 03” West 70.30 feet to a mag nail set, thence leaving Pope Circle Road running with a dirt road and the center of a twenty foot ingress and egress easement, North 19 degrees 34’ 29” East 72.18 feet to the true point of beginning for this tract; thence continuing with said road and easement, North 9 degrees 19’ 48” East 63.96 feet; thence North 4 degrees 54’ 30” East 71.90 feet; thence North 15 degrees 08’ 58” West 42.74 feet; thence North 29 degrees 37’ 19” West 50.84 feet; thence North 6 degrees 36’ 12” West 33.60 feet to a mag nail set; thence North 14 degrees 08’ 05” East 85.78 feet; thence leaving said road and easement, South 75 degrees 00’ 00” East 11.07 feet to an iron pin set; thence South 75 degrees 00’ 00” East 112.13 feet to a point in a pond; thence running in said pond with the lands of Ernie Pope as shown in Deed Book 56, at page 91, South 6 degrees 53’ 30” East 52.19 feet; thence South 27 degrees 53’ 26” East 27.65 feet to a blazed and painted 10 inch maple; thence running down a hollow, South 27 degrees 53’ 26” East 236.35 feet to a blazed and painted 11 inch oak, thence South 2 degrees 56’ 00” East 102.09 feet to the true point of beginning, containing 1.525 acres of land more or less. Subject to and together with a twenty foot ingress and egress easement centered on the West boundary of the above described tract as called for in the above description. Subject to easements for existing roads and utilities. According to the survey of David H. Parsons, Tennessee Registered Land Surveyor No. 1693, May 28, 2008. This being the real property conveyed to Denny A. Rayfield and wife, Julie A. Rayfield, by deed of Dallas Pope and wife, Sue Pope, dated June 10, 2008, and recorded in Record Book No. 111, page 126, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. The said Julie A. Rayfield is now deceased. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only. SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM August 15, 22, 29, 2012

would like to welcome the community and parents to a night of “positive” SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on September 20, 2012 at 12:00 PM local time, at the east door, Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, conducted by Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP Substitute Trustee, pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by William D. Ragan and wife, Deborah H. Ragan, to Douglas R. Johnson, Trustee, on February 14, 2002 at Book 26, Page 82; all of record in the Wayne County Register’s Office. Holder: JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association The following real estate located in Wayne County, Tennessee, will be sold to the highest call bidder subject to all unpaid taxes, prior liens and encumbrances of record: Described property located in the Seventh (7th) Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, towit: Beginning at a stake in the Southwest corner of a 3.6 acre tract, said stake being the Northwest corner of said tract, thence with the South line of said 3.6 acre tract, South 85 degrees 30 minutes East 904 feet to a stake on the West bank of a ditch, said stake being the Southeast corner of said 3.6 tract and the Northeast corner of said tract; thence South 03 degrees 00 minutes East 240 feet to a stake in a fence line said stake being the Southeast corner of said tract; thence with said fence line as follows, South 81 degrees 30 minutes West 159.5 feet, North 87 degrees 00 minutes West 171.5 feet, South 85 degrees 30 minutes West 56 feet, South 86 degrees 30 minutes West 247.5 feet, North 88 degrees 30 minutes West 69.5 feet, South 88 degrees 00 minutes West 99 feet, North 87 degrees 30 minutes West 87 feet, South 74 degrees 00 minutes West 11.5 feet, South 87 degrees 00 minutes West 49.5 feet to a beech tree in said fence line said beech being the Southwest corner of said tract; thence along a blazed line North 05 degrees 30 minutes East 350 feet to the point of beginning. Subject to rights of other in and to a 20 foot right of way easement as described in Deed Book 121, Page 661, Register’s Office Wayne County, Tennessee. Also conveyed herein is all our right, title & interest in the Deed of Easement further described as follows: Commencing at a point in the centerline of road at a point North 85 degrees 30 minutes East 3-9/25 poles from the Southwest corner of the David Hollis 3.6 acre tract (see deed of Norman E. Hollis and wife, Nancy Hollis of record in Register’s Office Wayne County, Tennessee); thence North 30 degrees East 9 poles to a stake in the NBL of said 3.6 acre tract for a beginning point; thence North 30 degrees East 39 poles to a stake; thence North 60 degrees 30 minutes East 4 poles to a stake; North 89 degrees 30 minutes East 13 poles to a stake; North 82 degrees East 31 poles to a stake; North 79 degrees East 21 poles to a stake; North 89 degrees East 17 poles to a stake; thence North 87 degrees East 12-15/25 poles to a centerline of the Iron City and Collinwood paved road. Street Address: 162 Hollis Lane, Iron City, Tennessee 38463 Parcel Number: 183-005.03 Current Owner(s) of Property: William Douglas Ragan, Jr., and Deborah H. Ragan, husband and wife, as tenants by the entirety Other interested parties: CitiFinancial, Inc., CitiFinancial, Inc., CitiFinancial and Bank of Waynesboro, c/o James Y. Ross, Sr., Attorney at Law The street address of the above described property is believed to be 162 Hollis Lane, Iron City, Tennessee 38463, but such address is not part of the legal description of the property sold herein and in the event of any discrepancy, the legal description referenced herein shall control. SALE IS SUBJECT TO TENANT(S) RIGHTS IN POSSESSION. If applicable, the notice requirements of T.C.A. 35-5-117 have been met. All right of equity of redemption, statutory and otherwise, and homestead 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. If the highest bidder cannot pay the bid within twenty-four (24) hours of the sale, the next highest bidder, at their highest bid, will be deemed the successful bidder. This property is being sold with the express reservation that the sale is subject to confirmation by the lender or trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time. Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP Substitute Trustee Law Office of Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP 555 Perkins Road Extended, Second Floor Memphis, TN 38117 Phone (901)767-5566 Fax (901)761-5690 File No. 12-035346 August 15, 22, 29, 2012

fun on September 10, 2012 at 6 P.M. CMS has implemented a new School Wide Positive Behavior Support System (SWPBS) this year that promotes and maximizes academic achievement and behavioral competence. It is a plan to create a safer and more effective school for all students at CMS. SWPBS is a program that establishes clear rules and expectations for the behavior expected in all areas of the school. Those rules and expectations are being taught and are posted throughout the building, playground areas, cafeteria, gymnasium, computer labs, office areas, and classrooms. These school-wide rules are providing more time for instruction while practicing positive behavior.

Students are randomly being rewarded for positive behaviors during the day in all settings. Students are being given “Trojan Tickets” that can be redeemed for a variety of rewards! SWPBS is a way that the faculty and staff at Collinwood Middle School are working together to help create a safer and more productive learning environment where teachers can teach and students can learn!! To help meet the needs of all CMS students and to bring out the “positives,” C.M.S. has adopted a set of school-wide rules that should be followed in every setting. The schoolwide rules are: Be: 1. Ready – Prepared and on time; 2. Respectful – Follow adult directions and use positive language;

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having occurred under that Deed of Trust dated November 10, 2006, and recorded in Record Book No. 89, page 165, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee executed by Philip Downs and wife, Amanda Downs, to George G. Gray, Trustee, securing a certain promissory note made payable to the Wayne County Bank. Said note provided for the payment of all costs and expenses of executing the aforesaid Trust and other costs of collection; and, WHEREAS, the Wayne County Bank, as beneficiary of said Deed of Trust has instructed the Trustee to foreclose pursuant to said Deed of Trust. NOW, THEREFORE, I, George G. Gray, as Trustee and not otherwise, acting upon the demand of the Wayne County Bank, the lawful owner and holder of said indebtedness to foreclose said Deed of Trust by virtue of the power and authority vested in me as Trustee, will on Monday, September 17, 2012, at 11:00 o’clock A.M., at the East door of the Wayne County Courthouse in Waynesboro, Tennessee, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public outcry, the following described property in Wayne County, Tennessee: Two (2) certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being situated in the lst Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, and being more particularly bounded and described as follows: TRACT NO. 1: BEGINNING at a point in center of Hurricane Creek, the same being the line between Sally Lynn and Hershel Lynn and located l50 feet Southwest of Sally Lynn’s Northeast corner; thence South 30 degrees l6’ West l82.6 feet with creek to iron pin in woods line; thence South 35 degrees West l34.6 feet to iron pin with 4 inch cedar pointer; thence South 38 degrees 30’ West 209 feet to an iron pin; thence South 36 degrees West 80 feet to iron pin; thence down the hill, South 35 degrees 54’ West passing a hollow at 93 feet to an iron pin on a hill; thence South 23 degrees West l4l feet to iron pin; thence South 26 degrees 28’ West 3l4.25 feet to an iron pin in North boundary of Helton tract; thence with said Helton line, South 83 degrees l5’ East 245 feet to stake; thence North 24 degrees East 46l feet to l2 inch hickory; thence North 36 degrees East 6l7 feet to a 6 inch oak; thence North 30 degrees East 386 feet to a stake in creek with l2 inch hackberry pointer; containing 7.9 acres by calculation. TRACT NO. 2: BEGINNING at an iron fence post at the mouth of a branch where it empties into Hurricane Creek with 36” sycamore stump pointer and being the Northwest corner of Andrew’s Tract as recorded in Deed Book No. ll2, page 227, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, thence leaving said creek, South 48 degrees 30’ West crossing a burm at 40 feet and under a power line at 276 feet, having a total distance of 322.00 feet to an iron fence post 6 feet East of a field ditch having two (2) 4” walnut pointers; thence with ditch, South l4 degrees 59’ West 74.08 feet to an iron fence post on South bank of said ditch; thence up a hollow near a branch the following: South 43 degrees 36’ West 270.08 feet to an iron fence post 3 feet North of a l0” elm pointer; thence South 36 degrees l7’ West 290.33 feet to an iron fence post just East of the fork of two branches and hollow; thence South 22 degrees 5l’ West crossing an old fence at 68 feet having a total distance of 246.83 feet to an iron fence post; thence South 25 degrees 27’ West 25l.l7 feet to an iron fence post in William Helton’s North boundary as recorded in Deed Book No. 88, page 460, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, said corner having two (2) 8” white oak pointers in the hollow; thence with Helton’s North boundary

as found blazed and painted white; thence North 85 degrees 37’ West up a hill passing a found iron pin in Helton’s North boundary having a total distance of l60.42 feet; thence North 26 degrees 28’ East 3l4.25 feet to an iron pin near an oak; thence North 22 degrees 55’ East l47.00 feet to an iron pin at the top of a hill; thence down the hill, North 35 degrees 54’ East and passing a cross fence at 50 feet and the bottom of a hollow at l00 feet; thence up the hill to an iron pin having a total distance of l93.60 feet; thence North 36 degrees 02’ East 80.00 feet to an iron pin; thence North 38 degrees 33’ East 209.00 feet to an iron pin having a total distance of l34.60 feet; thence North 30 degrees l6’ West crossing a cross fence at 5l feet at the edge of a field to an iron pin on the West bank of a ditch and one (l) foot West of a fence with a 4” pine pointer having a total distance of l59.60 feet; thence North 4l degrees 23’ West with the North bank of a ditch 58.00 feet to an iron pin; thence North 25 degrees 50’ East ll4.20 feet to an iron pipe on the Southwest bank of a creek; thence up the creek, North 45 degrees 50’ East l45 feet at which point leaving creek to an iron pipe in the West margin of Hurricane Creek road having a total distance of 245.00 feet; thence with the cord of the West margin of Hurricane Creek Road, South 6l degrees l8’ East 24l.75 feet to a point in the West margin of Hurricane Creek Road; thence South 45 degrees 39’ East 42.00 feet to the centerline of Hurricane Creek just West of a wooden bridge and being the Northeast corner of Andrews tract as recorded in Deed Book No. ll2, page 227, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee; thence with Andrews North boundary, South 68 degrees 40’ West up the creek 92.4 feet to the point of beginning, containing 5.343 acres, more or less, subject to any and all easements. There is included within the foregoing metes and bounds descriptions, but excluded from this conveyance, a certain tract or parcel of land containing 1.150 acres, heretofore conveyed to Donald L. Blalock and wife, Shirley D. Blalock, by deed of Kimberly Lynn Brewer Martin and husband, Paul Martin, Jr., dated January 8, 2002, and recorded in Record Book No. 24, page 606, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto the same is made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. Said real property is subject to a twenty (20) foot road easement, over an existing gravel drive as set out in Record Book No. 24, page 606, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and by reference thereto the same is made a part hereof the same as if copied in full herein. This being the real property conveyed to Philip Downs and wife, Amanda Downs, by deed of Scottie Blalock and wife, Reginia Renee Blalock, dated November 10, 2006, and recorded in Record Book No. 89, page 160, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee. SAID SALE will be made free from the right and equity of redemption and free from homestead, and all other exemptions, which are expressly waived by said Deed of Trust. Deed of conveyance will be executed by me as Trustee, to the purchaser of the property, and the purchaser will be entitled to the possession of said property and to the rents and income therefrom, from and after the notice as required by said Deed of Trust, but I will convey as Trustee only.

SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE Sale at public auction will be on October 2, 2012 at 2:00 PM local time, at the east door, Wayne County Courthouse, Waynesboro, Tennessee, conducted by Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP Substitute Trustee, pursuant to Deed of Trust executed by Donald R. Prestage, and Regina K. Prestage, a married couple, to PRLAP, INC., Trustee, on March 28, 2008 at Record Book 110, Page 739; all of record in the Wayne County Register’s Office. Owner of Debt: Nationstar Mortgage LLC The following real estate located in Wayne County, Tennessee, will be sold to the highest call bidder subject to all unpaid taxes, prior liens and encumbrances of record: The following described property located in the Seventh (7th) Civil District of Wayne County, Tennessee, to-wit: To find the point of beginning, commence at a stake with Ted Oak, Black Gum and Sourwood Pointers, the same being the Southwest corner of Parcel 3 of second tract as described in the deed of Joe E. Stults and wife to James R. Stults and wife, dated July 26, 1977, as recorded in Deed Book 71, Page 57, Register’s Office of Wayne County, Tennessee, and a corner of the land belonging to Elmer Williams; thence North 3 degrees 00 minutes East and along a blazed and painted line 302.54 feet; thence leaving said blazed and painted line East 128.65 feet to an iron pin set and to the point of beginning; thence North 0 degrees 55 minutes 10 seconds West 393.91 feet to an iron pin set; thence South 87 degrees 02 minutes 27 seconds East 376.20 feet to an iron pin set on the Westwardly right of way of a gravel public road known as the Henry Martin Road; thence along said right of way South 10 degrees 43 minutes 34 seconds East 108.52 feet; continue thence along said right of way South 23 degrees 49 minutes 24 seconds East 146.46 feet to an iron pin set; thence leaving said right of way South 73 degrees 23 minutes 36 seconds West 468.26 feet to the point of beginning. Street Address: 195 Wylie Stults Road, Iron City, Tennessee 38463 Parcel Number: 204-044.00 Current Owner(s) of Property: Donald R. Prestage and Regina K. Prestage, husband and wife The street address of the above described property is believed to be 195 Wylie Stults Road, Iron City, Tennessee 38463, but such address is not part of the legal description of the property sold herein and in the event of any discrepancy, the legal description referenced herein shall control. SALE IS SUBJECT TO TENANT(S) RIGHTS IN POSSESSION. If applicable, the notice requirements of T.C.A. 35-5-117 have been met. All right of equity of redemption, statutory and otherwise, and homestead 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. If the highest bidder cannot pay the bid within twenty-four (24) hours of the sale, the next highest bidder, at their highest bid, will be deemed the successful bidder. This property is being sold with the express reservation that the sale is subject to confirmation by the lender or trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time.

SAID SALE will be made subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, together with interest and penalty, if any, and any and all other prior restrictions, encumbrances, or liens of any nature. GEORGE G. GRAY, TRUSTEE THE GRAY LAW FIRM August 22, 29, September 5,

Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP Substitute Trustee Law Office of Shapiro & Kirsch, LLP 555 Perkins Road Extended, Second Floor Memphis, TN 38117 Phone (901)767-5566 Fax (901)761-5690 File No. 12-038903 Aug. 29, Sept. 5, 12, 2012

3. Responsible – Stay in your assigned area and stay on task; 4. Safe – Keep hands, feet, and objects to self and follow all school rules. C.M.S. is proud to have your support in creating a better school for your child. Come out on Monday, September 10th at 6 P.M. to the CMS cafeteria to see what a “positive” start the faculty and students have on this new school year. There will be drawings for door prizes, food and refreshments, student skits and songs!! If you have any questions about the School Wide Positive Behavior Support System, please contact the school at 724-9510. CMS looks forward to spreading some positive out into the community. Your support is appreciated!!

BID NOTICE The Wayne County Board of Education at Waynesboro, Tennessee plans to purchase two (2) 36 or two (2) 48 passenger conventional school buses and invites you to bid in accordance with the State Specifications and supplementary county specification as outlined in this form. All bids must be clearly labeled as “School Bus Bid” and be received by the office of the Wayne County Board of Education, P.O. Box 658, 419 South Main Street, Waynesboro, TN 38485 prior to 2:30 P.M. on Wednesday, Sept. 12th, 2012. Aug. 29-Sept. 5-(ojb) CONCURRENT NOTICE NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS August 29, 2012 City of Clifton 142 Main Street, Clifton, TN 38425 (931) 676-3370 These notices shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the City of Clifton. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS On or about September 14, 2012, the City of Clifton will submit a request to the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development for the release of funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, to undertake a project known as Disaster Recovery Project, for the purpose of implementing storm water improvements necessary for long term recovery and mitigation of future flood damage to the City, $980,560, and Clifton, Wayne County, Tennessee. FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT The City of Clifton has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at Clifton City Hall, 142 Main Street, Clifton, TN 38425 and may be examined or copied weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency disagreeing with this determination or wishing to comment on the project may submit written comments to the City of Clifton, P.O. Box 192, Clifton, TN 38425. All comments received by September 13, 2012 will be considered by the City of Clifton prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. Comments should specify which Notice they are addressing. RELEASE OF FUNDS The City of Clifton certifies to the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development that Robert Culp in his capacity as mayor consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (ECD) approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities and allows the City of Clifton to use program funds. OBJECTIONSTO RELEASE OF FUNDS The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development will accept objections to its release of funds and the City of Clifton certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following basis: (a) The certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the City of Clifton. (b) The City of Clifton has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58: (c) The grant recipient has committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development; or (d) Another federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to the State of Tennessee, Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of Policy and Federal Programs, William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower, 10th Floor, 312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37243-1102. Potential objectors should contact the Office of Policy and Federal Programs to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Robert Culp Mayor August 29, 2012


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half, but failed to add the 2 point conversion. The second half would prove to be a better outing for the boys in green as the defense shut down the Columbia Academy offense. The Trojan offense got going as well by adding a pair of touchdowns and a couple 2 point conversions making the score 22-14. Ty Robertson had 14 carries for 94 yards and a touchdown. Brylie Fisher had 6 carries for 63 yards, a touchdown, and a 2 point conv. Kedron Hensley had 3 carries for 30 yards. Michael Sherrill had 3 carries for 13 yards and a 2 point conv. Drew Statom had 4 carries for 10 yards and a touchdown. The CMS Trojans 2nd regular season game would again have them on the road, this time to face the Mt. Pleasant Tigers. The Trojan defense got off to a better start, still giving up 14 points in the 1st half; however a fumble by the Tigers allowed Ty Robertson to capitalize on the mistake and return it for a Trojan touchdown. The Trojans 2nd touchdown of the half would come from a kick return by Ty Robertson. The kick return team did a great job opening up the lane that allowed Ty to score. At Intermission the Trojans would trail 1412. The Trojan defense once again stands up to the task in the 2nd half by shutting down the Tiger offense, allowing them to add no points. Brylie Fisher and Michael Sherrill each had a touchdown in the 3rd quarter giving the Trojans the lead 26-14. Neither team would score in the 4th ending the game 26-14. The Trojans host Hardin Co. this Thursday night for their first home game season opener. Brylie Fisher had 5 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown. Michael Sherrill had 5 carries for 40 yards and a touchdown. Ty Robertson had 11 carries for 40 yards, a fumble recovery for a 30 yard touchdown return, and 1 reception for 11 yards. Kedron Hensley had 1 carry for 2 yards. Drew Statom went 2-3 for 36 yards in the air. Kyle Kelly had a reception for 25 yards. - - -Submitted

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in rushing with 138 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown and he caught 2 passes for 19 yards. . Jacob Bevis was bottled up and managed only 2 yards on 9 carries and caught one pass for 3 yards. Keeton Kelly had 6 carries, most on sacks, for negative yardage, and he was 3 of 8 passing for 22 yards and an interception. Ian Powell also had a carry for negative yards. Logan Cole had 3 rushes for 19 yards, and Tyler Wookside and Chase Turnbow had one carry each for 2 and 9 yards respectively. The defenders for the ‘Cats made the following tackles: Daniel Hatchett - 4: Dylan Jackson - 3: Tony VanEtten, Chase Turnbow, Ian Powll, Logan Cole, Braden Graham - 2 each: Peyton Bratch had one tackle and a fumble recovery and Tyler Wallace blocked a field goal. Carson Kelly Tristen Olive, Chandler Prince, Zach Callow, Ben Dollar, and Eathan Skimehorne all had one tackle. PAGE 7B AUG 29.indd 1

Follow the ‘Cats to Mt. Pleasant as they look to pick up their first win. Game time is 7 P.M. Go Wildcats! - - -Submitted

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The ensuing kick sailed out of bounds giving Forrest possession at the 35. On the second play Brier Daniel picked off a pass at the Rockets 45. Eight plays later Montgomery hit Dominic Norato in the back of the end zone for the go ahead score. The Trojans now held a 21-14 lead with less than 5:00 to go in the half. Daniel once again put the kickoff in the end zone and Forrest began at the 20. The Trojans defense stepped up once more and picked off another pass, this time at the Collinwood 45. Ben Ragan ran the ball to the Rocket 20 on the first play. Once again Montgomery hit Reaves in the back of the end zone for a TD. This time the PAT failed but the Trojans held a 27-14 lead at halftime. Forrest ran only a few plays before the half expired. Daniel and Austin Ware teamed up for a big sack to stall the Rockets. The half ended with Collinwood leading 27-14. The Trojans kicked off to open the second half and another touchback stalled the Rockets. On the third play Risner scooped up a Rocket fumble and raced 37 yards for a Trojan TD. The 2 point conversion failed with the score now 33-14. The Rockets answered back with a score of their own cutting the lead to 13 following a missed PAT. The Rockets held the Trojans and forced a punt getting the ball around the fifty. The Rockets then moved the ball inside the Collinwood 30 but Peyton Risner picked off another Rocket pass at the 17. Five plays later Montgomery broke through the Rocket defense for a 58 yard touchdown run. Daniels PAT pushed the score 4020. The Rockets added two late scores but the Trojans were able to close the door for the Rockets and get the 40-34 win in front of an excited large home crowd who cheered them on all night. The Trojans travel to Richland this week for a region 6 match up with the Raiders. Game time is 7 P.M. The Collinwood JV traveled to Scotts Hill on Monday and came away with an impressive 40-0 win over the Lions. Way to go Trojans!!! Follow the CHS Trojans this week to Richland and support your hometown football team. - - -Submitted

WCHS/CHS Girls Soccer Team Loses To Fairview, Beats E. H’man

The Wayne County defense played a virtually flawless game, giving Jessie a quiet night in goal. She needed to make only 7 saves to register her first shut-out of the young season. Wayne County hosted district rival Richland yesterday, and hosts Marshall County tomorrow at 5:30 at the Sportsplex. Next week they host the Loretto Lady Mustangs Tuesday at 5:30, then travel to Giles County Thursday for a 5:30 game. Come out and support Wayne County soccer! - - -Submitted FINAL NOTICE AND PUBLIC EXPLANATION OF A PROPOSED ACTIVITY IN A 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN To: All interested Agencies Federal, State, and Local, Groups and Individuals

Summer Jackson beats an East Hickman defender. On Tuesday, August who shot it into the almost as quickly for 21st, the combined Lady Eagles net only 44 Wayne County as the Wayne County High seconds after the opening first half had. With less School/Collinwood High kick-off. Wayne County than 2 minutes gone, School girls soccer team continued to generate Summer again found a opened its regular season lots of offensive pressure. gap in the East Hickman putting a with a trip to Fairview to With 17 minutes gone, defense, meet the Yellow Jackets. they struck again, when perfectly weighted pass Each team pushed deep right striker Summer into an open area in front into the other’s defensive Jackson put a pass thru of the goal for Alexis zone early in the game. a gap in the Lady Eagles to collect and shoot in. Fairview scored after defense onto the foot of With 12 minutes left about 5 minutes when a breaking Alexis, who in the game, substitute a Yellow Jacket won a put her shot low into striker Kasandria Cruz contest for the ball with a the left corner of the was streaking toward the Wayne County defender, East Hickman net. Only end-line when an East then got off a hard low 4 minutes later, center Hickman defender took shot past a diving goalie mid-fielder Tyler Downs her down in the penalty Jessie Ray. Fairview picked up a loose ball box. Tyler took her scored again midway thru at the top of the penalty first penalty kick, again the first half, then added a box that had bounced brushing the goalie’s third goal with about 10 out of the Lady Eagles outstretched fingertips minutes to play. Although defense. She put a high before the ball slipped Wayne County moved shot at goal that brushed under the cross-bar. the ball well against the the goalie’s fingertips Although Wayne County Fairview defense, they and slipped under the continued to generate scoring were unable to finish cross-bar into the net. excellent Half-time score was 3-0 chances, the shots went with a goal. wide, leaving the final The second half was Wayne County. The second half started score 5-0 Wayne County. much the same, with the balance of play tipped toward Fairview. They scored again 6 minutes into the second half with a shot that hit the bottom of the cross-bar and slid in. They finished the scoring with a second goal with about 15 minutes left. Although Wayne County continued to generate offensive possibilities, none came to fruition and the final score was 5-0 Fairview. Jessie had a busy night in goal, Alexis Haddock breaks toward the goal. making 19 saves. After the varsity game was over, the JV teams played a game of two 20 minute halves. The Fairview JV scored two goals in the first period and one in the second to win 3-0. This was the freshman players first opportunity to play together as a team, and they did well, improving noticeably as the game progressed. Two days later the Wayne County team returned to district action by hosting the East Hickman Lady Eagles. Wayne County took the kick-off directly down the field, with left striker Destiny McCrory taking the ball deep, then crossing it across the middle to center striker Alexis Haddock,

This is to give notice that the City of Clifton has conducted an evaluation as required by Executive Order 11988 and/or 11990, in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures for Making Determinations on Floodplain Management, to determine the potential affect that its activity in the floodplain and wetland will have on the human environment for Community Development Block Grant. The proposed project(s) is located in Clifton, Wayne County, Tennessee. The project includes implementing storm water improvements necessary for long term recovery and mitigation of future flood damage to the City. Project activities designed to mitigate future occurrences of flooding will include the construction of several linear feet of 36 inch to 60 inch pipe to carry flows from Basins 1 and 2 to the Ross Creek Discharge point. The proposed improvements will help prevent damage to the downtown area by moving water that is now being trapped, out quickly to the Tennessee River (Kentucky Lake) before long term flooding raises the Tennessee River flood levels. A larger duplex pump system will be installed in basin 3 for pumping water out of the basins to the Tennessee River. A portion of the project lies in the 100 Year Floodplain. The City of Clifton has considered the following alternatives and mitigation measures to be taken to minimize adverse impacts and to restore and preserve natural and beneficial values: (i) This project must take place in a floodplain as it is the most susceptible area for floods in Clifton. (ii) No alternatives were considered because the three storm water basins, which should carry water away from Clifton to the Tennessee River, are inadequate to protect the City. The damaged section consists of the areas of Main and West Elm Streets, Pillow and Polk Streets, and the Ross Creek area. (iii) A Department of the Army (DA) permit may be required by the U.S. Corps of Engineers. The City of Clifton has reevaluated the alternatives to constructing in the floodplain and has determined that it has no practicable alternative. Environmental files that document compliance with steps 3 through 6 of Executive Order 11988 and/or 11990, are available for public inspection, review and copying upon request at the times and location delineated in the last paragraph of this notice for receipt of comments. This activity will have no significant impact on the environment for the following reasons: This project will avert future flood damage by moving trapped water away from downtown and out to the Tennessee River. The pump station design will facilitate this process. There are three primary purposes for this notice. First, people who may be affected by activities in floodplains and those who have an interest in the protection of the natural environment should be given an opportunity to express their concerns and provide information about these areas. Second, an adequate public notice program can be an important public educational tool. The dissemination of information about floodplains can facilitate and enhance Federal efforts to reduce the risks associated with the occupancy and modification of these special areas. Third, as a matter of fairness, when the Federal government determines it will participate in actions taking place in floodplains, it must inform those who may be put at greater or continued risk. Written comments must be received by the City of Clifton at the following address on or before: September 13, 2012, City of Clifton, P.O. Box 192, Clifton, TN 38425, and (931) 676-3370, Attention: Mike McClanahan, City Manager, during the hours of 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Comments may also be submitted via email at August 29, 2012 Robert Culp Mayor August 29, 2012 8/28/12 12:34:23 PM


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