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VOL. 120, NO. 22

TRI-CITY REPORTER WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 2012

DYER, TENNESSEE

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TOP TWO - Taylor Hassell of Yorkville is the GCHS Class of 2012 valedictorian. Hassell had at grade point average of 100.4375. Courtney Haynes of Medina is the salutatorian with a grade point average of 100.3125.

Education reformers have made teacher quality a top concern in Tennessee and elsewhere – and rightly so. But without the support of a great principal, working quietly behind the scenes to create the conditions for success, even the best teachers will inevitably be limited in what they can accomplish in the classroom. The Education Consumers Foundation proudly recognized the achievements of 18 of these principals from across the state through its annual Value-Added Achievement Awards. The awards were see page 3

18 Distinguished Scholars among 126 GCHS graduates One hundred twenty six Gibson County High School Class of 2012 seniors received diplomas at commencement exercises held Friday May 25 in the school gymnasium. Of that 126, 18 were recognized as Distinguished Scholars. Taylor Hassell, daughter of Tim and Sylvia Hassell of Yorkville, is the Gibson County High School Class of 2012 valedictorian. Hassell graduated with a four-year average of 100.4375. Taylor plans to attend Lipscomb University majoring in Pre-Pharmacy. Courtney Haynes, daughter of Jeromy and

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Donna Hayes of Medina, graduated second in the class as salutatorian with a four-year average of 100.3125. Courtney plans to attend Jackson State Community College where she will major in Radiologic Technology. Also named Distinguished Scholars were: Chelsea Joyce is the daughter of Kenny and Phyllis Joyce of Dyer. Chelsea’s average was 99.8333. She plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and major in PreMedicine. see page 3

Dyer Station Memorial Day service held at Oakwood BY MICHAEL ENOCHS The Dyer Station Celebration Annual Memorial Day service at Oakwood Cemetery in Dyer honoring our nation’s veterans drew a crowd despite temperatures in the mid-nineties. The ceremony began at four o’clock in the afternoon at the gazebo and Veteran’s Memorial at the flagpole. Mistress of Ceremonies, Kareen Griffin, welcomed those in attendance and introduced Ken Pullias who gave the opening prayer. Boy Scout Troop 243 executed the flag raising after which Burt Hooper led everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance. Amy Jones Powell did an amazing rendition of ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ followed by the welcome speech by Dyer Mayor Walton ‘Sam’ Thompson. Next, Brittney Thompson introduced the 2012 Dyer Station Celebration Hostess Princess, Cady Griffin, to the gathered citizenry. Beverly Laughlin presented a patriotic reading. Griffin introduced the guest speaker for the occasion, veteran Tommy Denson, who served two years in the Army during the Vietnam War era and over 35 years in the Army National Guard. After the guest speaker’s remarks, Amy Richardson explained the tradition of the red carnations, followed by Hostess Princess Cady Griffin and committee members presenting red carnations to veterans and veterans’ family members. The singing of ‘God Bless America’ was led by Powell, after which Boy Scout Troop 243 led a Flag Retirement Ceremony. David McEwen offered up the closing prayer and the ceremony was brought to a conclusion with Kathryn Cox playing ‘Taps.’

BY RHONDA CASEY The West Tennessee Expo Center presents Lonestar Rodeo Company on June 1st and 2nd. Tickets are on sale now. This year a new attraction will be added: the death defying chuck wagon races! Of course we will also have a fun-filled rodeo along with that hilarious clown that we all met last year. There will be full concessions, booths to go through, and fun to be had. You don’t want to miss it! The event will have something for everyone. Kids 10 and under come early (before 8 p.m.) and join in the Gold Rush. Come if you want to be a part of the Mr. and Miss Cowboy Contest, too. Tickets are on sale at the following locations: City Lumber and Joe & Deana’s CafÊ in Dyer, Carroll Bank and Trust in Bradford and Milan, Food Rite in Newbern, Gibson see page 5

FLAG RAISING - Members of the Dyer Boy Scout troop raised the American flag at the Dyer Station Memorial Day Service held at Oakwood Cemetery Sunday, May 27.

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VisionGibson has made the next leap to assist with the economic growth of Gibson County and the surrounding areas of Western Tennessee. It has been created under the name of Digital Factory USA, a web development company, to provide job opportunities for VisionGibson programming trainees. Scott Fellows, IT Trainer, states that “The organization’s programming arm is in the early stages of evolving into a web development company that will compete with the best of the best located throughout the United States.� VisionGibson trainees are already working contracts in Jackson and have moved beyond the state’s borders by contracting in Tallahassee, Florida and Boston, Massachusetts. VisionGibson trainee Jeffery Crowell, is currently working as a web content writer with a company located in Tallahassee called Virtual Learning Group of Florida. Jeffery has always had a passion for sports and grew up playing ball in Gibson County. Now, he’s taken his training and applied it to a subject he immensely enjoys; researching and writing about baseball for the Florida company. see page 3

Rutherford reports pit bull owners in compliance During the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Rutherford City Board, Alderperson Kathy Keith asked Police Officer Adam Branch if the dog ordinance was being followed and for a status report. Branch stated all complaints were being checked out and to his knowledge the people with pitbulls were in compliance. Mayor Cardwell informed the board that police officer Laster’s last day to work was May 18. Alderman Dusty Emerson made a motion to accept Laster’s resignation. Greer seconded the motion and the board approved the measure. Mayor Cardwell advised that he temporary hired Officer Jeffrey Webber and asked the board if they were willing to approve him as a temporary part time officer. Greer made the motion to hire Webber as part time. Keith seconded the motion and the board approved. Cardwell stated only one person had applied for the full time officer position. When Police Chief Mike Hensley returns from vacation, they will review and present to the board. Mayor Keith Cardwell allowed concerned citizen Paula Jane Wallstedt to speak. She stated that she see page 2

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Clayburn Peeples reports: Poor, poor members of Congress. They just can’t win with the media. Hardly a week goes by without some pundit or columnist trotting out some survey or poll highlighting this or that deficiency in the way they do business. The news is full of reports of favorability/unfavorability ratings, percentages of missed votes and so on, and almost always, the angle of the story is to bring discredit upon Congress and its members. And it seems to have worked. As we have been reminded time after time, their approval rating, as a body, continually hovers near single digit territory. The latest barrage of criticism has to do with the way our congressmen and women speak. It seems that someone took the time and trouble to run the entire Congressional Record for the last three decades through a readability test program to determine the speaking and writing level of every single senator and congressperson. They used something called the FleschKincaid readability test, and they made headlines all across the country by suggesting that Congress has been “dumbed down” over the last seven years. Why? Because the average Flesch-Kincaid score of Congress’s official discourse has dropped from

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an eleventh grade level (11.5) in 2005, to 10.6 last year. That means, according to dozens of articles on the matter, that our representatives in Congress talk like a bunch of high school sophomores. Not so fast. Let’s think this through. First of all, the Flesch-Kincaid readability test calculation uses only two statistics, syllables per word and words per sentence. That’s all. It doesn’t differentiate between multi syllable words like “television” which virtually everyone in the world understands, and words like “sagacity” with which many people are not familiar. \The test also does not measure context in speech, or whether a sentence actually makes any sense at all. The test result says nothing about the quality of the ideas expressed in speech or writing. But it does give a rough idea of how understandable a writing or speech sample is in terms of how much schooling one needs in order to understand it. It can be a useful tool in evaluating books and periodicals for classroom use by indicating that one or another might be too difficult for certain grade levels. But it has virtually no relevance when talking about the ways in which the various members of

Congress communicate with each other or their constituents. But that didn’t stop the Sunlight Foundation, which conducted the study, if you can call it that, from implying that this year’s lower scores meant that the current congress is less sophisticated, and perhaps less intelligent, than past ones. They pointed out that Republicans scored slightly lower than Democrats on the scale, a flip from 2005 when Democrats lagged slightly behind them. Several reporters took great delight in pointing out that the ten members with the lowest scores were all conservative Republicans. Most reporters left out the fact that eight of the top ten were also conservative Republicans, but that may not have fit the narrative. Neither, perhaps, did the fact that our president’s speeches only score at an eighth grade level. His last State of the Union message came in at 8.4, not too impressive, but higher than his 2010 message. As a matter of fact, President Obama has given three of the lowest rated State of the Union speeches in history, each of them at least six grade levels below John F. Kennedy’s 1961 message. But here again, readability formulas don’t tell you anything about a speaker’s

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from page 1 did not believe she could use 8600 gallons of water for two people and both Mr. Wilson and Eddie had checked for leaks and could not find any. Alderperson Kathy Keith made a motion to adjust her water bill based on three months usage. Alderman Don Greer seconded the motion and the board approved the measure. During the water and sewer report, Cardwell advised water supervisor Eddie Watkins was not able to attend the meeting and stated if anyone had any questions he would try to answer. Greer stated that Watkins’ mileage bill for April was over $500, and he needs to be driving one of the city’s trucks, and when he is not at the water plant he needs to be with the street crew. Mayor Cardwell advised Watkins was doing a lot of paperwork that the city has not had in its possession for years and is a requirement of the state. After discussion amongst

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you see. Small family and many times Amish dairies are being put out of business. Is our government interested in protecting its citizens or are they interested in protecting big business from the competition of small efficient producers selling their milk and produce to their local communities? Until or unless the people get enough of the federal governments abuse of power and grow the backbone to take a stand for our constitution it will no doubt get even more absurd. Our legislators in congress write the laws we are required to live by. Our constitution is the law they are required to govern

within. Our republic is broken. Congress disregards our constitution and unless the people pay attention to our constitution and vote those who violate it out of office we will eventually collapse under the heavy mismanaging hand of unlimited government. Bob Corker and Lamar Alexander have consistently voted for the above abuses of federal power. Corker and Alexander voted against stopping the armed raids. We have the opportunity on August 2nd to send ‘Bailout Bob’ home. Join the Tea Party, grow a backbone, and take a stand for constitutionally limited government. David Nance Gibson County Patriots Trenton, Tn.

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the board, alderman Bob White made a motion for Watkins to begin driving one of the city trucks. Greer seconded the motion and the board approved the measure. Under old business, Greer made a motion to accept the City Sticker process presented by Chief Hensley in April’s meeting. Emerson seconded the motion and the board approved. Cardwell advised against the paving of Callis Street due to a lawsuit not being settled and yearly insurance not paid yet. This would be the second year of not cashing out a CD and if the city moves forward with paving they might have to cash a CD. Cardwell opened the bids: Martin Paving bid $20,350, and Craddock bid $29,398. Emerson said he would like to see prices given on repair without the infrared. Keith suggested repairing the potholes by PRI and resealing. She stated the streets could potentially last up to 10 years with this

process, therefore, saving a lot of money on repaving. Greer stated a plan needed to be made. White made a motion to reject all bids. Keith seconded the motion and the board approved the measure. Under new business, Cardwell advised the board about the Fuel Man program where the city could get gas at the BP with tracking of every gallon purchased. This would take away the city’s liability of having their own gas tanks. Greer stated we should check into other programs. Cardwell also advised on a state Verizon cell program where the city could have cell phones at charges only being from $15 to $20 a month. This would help cut down on the long distant landline calls at city hall. Greer made a motion to table the issue. Emerson seconded the motion and the board tabled the issue. Greer made a motion to adjourn. Emerson seconded the motion and the board approved.

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18 Distinguished Scholars among 126 GCHS from page 1 Audrey Todd, daughter of Don and Kim Todd of Yorkville, with an average of 99.3125. She plans to attend Freed-Hardeman University and major in Exercise Science/ Occupational Therapy. Anna Paige Fuqua of Rutherford is the daughter of Mike and Teresa Fuqua. Anna Paige graduated with an average of 99.2812 and plans to attend Austin Peay State University. She will major in nursing with a goal to become a Nurse Practitioner. Drew Temple son of John Mark and Lynn Temple of Spring Hill, had a four-year average of 97.875. He plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin and major in Agricultural Business. Brittany Hodge is the daughter of Nathan and Teresa Hodge of Yorkville. She graduated with an average of 97.625 and plans to attend Union University to major in Psychology. Kristen Howard, daughter of Jerome and Lisa Howard of Kenton, graduated with an average of 97.625. She plans to attend Union University and major in Athletic Training. Kaitlyn Ritter of Yorkville is the daughter of Keith and Beth Ritter. She graduated with an average of 97.5937 and plans to attend Jackson State Community College with a major in Preradiographic technology. Anthony Hunt son of Edward and Julie Hunt of Brazil, graduated with an average of 97.5. He plans to attend Austin Peay State University and major in Engineering. Keisha Prescott is the daughter of James and Cindy Prescott of Dyer. She graduated with an

average of 97.4375. Keisha plans to attend Bethel University and major in Business Administration/ Management. Hannah Moore, daughter of Bill and Tracy Moore of Yorkville, had a four year average of 97.1562. She plans to attend Bethel University and major in Nursing. Cory Oliver of Dyer is the son of Daniel and Robin Oliver. He graduated with an average of 96.0. Cory plans to major in Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Amber Rea is the daughter of Scott and Sherry Rea of Yorkville. She had a four-year average of 95.5937 and plans to attend Bethel University to major in Psychology. Kristi Reed of Trenton is the daughter of Mark & Beverly Reed and Karen Reed. She graduated with an average of 95.3437. Kristi plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin or Dyersburg State Community College with a major in nursing with a goal to become a pediatrician. Lacy Littleton is the daughter of Dennis and Lori Littleton of Kenton. She had an average of 94.7187 and plans to attend Union University with a major in Nursing. Ativa Dakota Story, daughter of Danny Williams of Humboldt, graduated with an average of 94.2187. She plans to attend the University of Memphis at Lambuth to major in Marketing and Management. Alyshia Jones is the daughter of William and Kathy Jones of Rutherford. She has a four-year average of 93.0312 and plans to attend the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Gabel charged with aggravated assault Robert Lee Gabel was arrested and charged with aggravated assault following an altercation at 128 Callis Street in Rutherford on the evening of May 22nd. The victim, Shane Landrum, and witnesses stated Gabel cut Landrum in the neck area on the right side with a box cutter. Gabel is currently held in the Gibson County Correctional Complex under $25,000 bond. His court date was set for May

29th in General Sessions Court at Trenton.

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DISTINGUISHED SCHOLARS - Eighteen Distinguished Scholars were among 126 GCHS graduates who received diplomas at commencement exercises held Friday, May 25 in the school gymnasium. They are Taylor Hassell, Courtney Haynes, Chelsea Joyce , Audrey Todd, Anna Paige Fuqua ,Drew Temple, Brittany Hodge, Kristen Howard, Kaitlyn Ritter, Anthony Hunt, Keisha Prescott, Hannah Moore, Cory Oliver, Amber Rea, Kristi Reed, Lacy Littleton, Ativa Dakota Story, and not pictured - Alyshia Jones.

VisionGibson enter workforce from page 1 Other team members, such as Hunter Hill, are just delving into the multitude of opportunities provided by VisionGibson and Digital Factory USA. Hunter turned down a high paying summer position in New York City to remain on the team and explore his options locally while he’s training as a computer programmer. One of the most talented programmers on the team, John Davidson, is also employed by a large farm in the local area. Throughout the six month computer training program, students are involved with community outreach in assisting businesses and organizations in various IT and programming projects. Currently, VisionGibson students are working on creating a website and database to improve the functionality of Helping Hands located in Humboldt. For its next beta project, VisionGibson is seeking a small business that believes it could increase its profitability through ecommerce and an internet presence. VisionGibson will be interviewing potential business owners in Gibson County to identify a business that would economically benefit from internet sales. Interested businesses, please contact Scott Fellows at the VisionGibson office,

(731) 562-0100, for further information. The programming team has gone beyond early expectations of VisionGibson organizers, as opportunities have surfaced due to the motivation of the group. Program Executive Director Michael Dumont says, “There is a lot of talent in the area and it has been interesting to see the group dynamic here as it evolves.

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do the teachers.” Winners were selected based on the most important school measurement available: Learning gains across the entire student body, as measured by Tennessee’s Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS). TVAAS measures achievement gain in a way that permits schools to be compared regardless of the makeup or the student body. Schools whose students make the greatest annual gains I achievement ear the highest value-added scores. These 18 principals show what a dedicated principal ad teaching force can achieve in Tennessee schools,” noted ECF President Dr. J.E. Stone. “If every school performed at the level of our 18 winners, Tennessee would lead the nation in educational improvement.” According to Commissioner of Education Kevin Huffman, “I am pleased to join with the Education Consumer Foundation in recognizing

some of our most effective principals and schools,” Huffman said. “Valueadded achievement is a central focus as we work to boost student achievement across the state, and these education leaders are shining examples of what’s possible in Tennessee.” In previous years, winners were selected on the basis of their three-year average TVAAS scores in reading/ language arts and math; this year, the Foundation changed its ranking model to reflect a more comprehensive approach to student achievement. Rankings are now made using school’s letter grades for reading/language arts, math, science, and social studies; reading/language arts and math scores are double-weighted to reflect the importance of these areas. A grand point average is calculated, with a complementary measure –

become part of its creativity and dynamic growth. As a team member with Vision Gibson/Digital Factory USA, necessary skills will be developed to succeed in the areas of graphics design, search engine optimization, content writing, programming and more. For more information or to apply for the next training program in Trenton, please call 731-562-0100.

VISIONGIBSON TRAINEES – Completing training at VisionGibson are: from left (back row) John Davidson, Walter Claybrook, Brad Tanner, (middle row) Janet Claybrook, Scott Fellows, Joyce Downing, Terry Peevyhouse, (front row) Jeffery Crowell, Tim Mullins and Hunter Hill. Not pictured is Deborah Goad.

Garner among state’s most effective from page 1 presented in a ceremony held May 14th at the Tennessee Supreme Court in Nashville. Dyer School Principal Brad Garner was among the award recipients. Garner received a first place award for K-8/Middle Schools in West Tennessee. He received a certificate, a banner and a cash award. Garner is a native of Dyer and has been the principal of Dyer School for 11 years. “This award was based on student achievement and it was certainly a team effort,” said Garner. “It takes students, quality teachers, and parents who help at home. It takes everybody working together for the same goal. This really means something to the kids. In every class setting the kids set goals for where they want to be. They take “Think Like” test that help them for TCAP preparedness three times a year. The kids set goals and are anxious to see their scores. That score gives an indication of the child’s strengths and weaknesses and what we need to focus on in the next weeks before the next test. They take pride in it and so

The dedication of this team is something we’re all proud of and forces us to work hard to stay ahead of them and develop work. I like the old saying that it is easier to create your job than to have someone hire you; we are beginning to see it happen.” Through its expanding training opportunities, VisionGibson is continuing to seek trainees of all ages that have the motivation, drive, and commitment to

the new three year average Literacy/Numeracy Growth Index – used as a secondary factor. In all, 18 winners were selected from among Tennessee’s nearly 1,300 public elementary and middle schools. First second and third place awards were given in two categories, Elementary and Middle schools in each of Tennessee’s three regions: East, Middle and West. Because the awards recognize high quality leadership, only schools where the principal has served at least five years were considered. “The principals we honor through the Value-Added Achievement Awards are the kinds of principals we want to see in every Tennessee school: dedicated leaders willing to do whatever it takes to create the conditions for student success,” said Dr., Stone.

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Rollins to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Reverend Jerry and Rosa Rollins will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on June 2nd. The couple married in 1962 at Walnut Log Baptist Church. Rosa Rollins is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Avery Lovett. Reverend Jerry Rollins is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rollins. They have two daughters Loretta Atkins and Sharon Travis of Rutherford. They also have a son, the late Darrel Rollins.

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A sizable crowd was on hand at the Kenton School last Tuesday morning to witness the graduation ceremony of the pre-school class of 2012. The graduation class wowed their friends and family with clever musical demonstrations of their mastery of the 3 R’s. Their evident enthusiasm for learning shined through in their performance and was amply rewarded by the many large smiles and thunderous ovations from the audience. Following the presentation of their certificates and the individual awards, given by their teachers, Miss Bethany Dunn and Mrs. Kelly Harris, there was a lovely reception given on behalf of each graduate, giving their friends and family time to express their love and pride to all the young graduates. Memorial Day festivities in our area varied from place to place, family

Clora’s Chapel Happy Memorial holiday from the Cloras Chapel family! We hope everyone had a safe holiday with plenty to eat. Saturday Cloras Chapel sponsored a rummage sale in front of the church. We would like to thank everyone that participated and pray God’s blessings upon you. Saturday night Pastor Myles, Sister Myles, Elder Bush, Robin, Keith, Willie, Nicole, and Raven from Cloras Chapel traveled to Milan, TN and enjoyed the benefit program that was given for Mrs. Mary Harris and little Will Chism. Pastor Michael Savage sang and brought the message. Sunday we had a wonderful Sunday school taught by Elder Keith Harris. It was very spiritual and we invite all to come to Sunday school. Morning worship was good too. Evangelist Heather Myles delivered the morning message. Her title was, “The Meal is on Me.� She did a marvelous job and we were all so proud of her. The little angel choir sang and we had a wonderful time. After service, everyone had the afternoon off. Many families had family gatherings. We missed the McNeil’s

to family, but all was said and done with grateful hearts for the sacrifices of all members of each branch of our military that secured and maintain the liberties we know and cherish every day. God Bless our Military! Food for thought: I’m free to speak my thoughts today, free to worship in my own way. I’m free to defend myself and mine, thanks to man’s service and sacrifice. I’m free to say “no� to Satan and his imps, to flesh and sin I can say “no� again. Thanks to Christ, God’s living “Seed�, I’ve been set free, yes, “free indeed!� Prayer List: Robin Overstreet, Terry Sweat, Dewey Bradley, Vickie Robinson, Cathy and Henry Herane, Paul Hughes, George Garner, Jesse and Elaine Davidson, Paul Lee Williams, Elmer and Virginia Williams, Carol and Bobby Primrose, Freda Lamar, and Eurby Sanders.

By Robin McNeil who went to a graduation in Dyersburg, TN and many others who were working or were out of town. Rev. Jeremy Myles and family have moved to Dyer, TN. We wish them the best and pray for their new home. Sunday morning Pastor Myles, Diane, Eddie, Yolanda, Keith, Willie, Raven, Elder Simpson, and Kemiyah will be going to the General Assembly in Huntsville, Alabama. They will return on Wednesday. Please pray that they have a safe and enjoyable trip. We are in prayer for the family for their loss of Brother Louis Swinney. He was Sister Pauline Swinney’s baby boy and will truly be missed. His funeral will be Thursday at Badgett Chapel in Rutherford, TN. Please remember June 23 our 100 men and women march in Yorkville, TN at the Park. Everyone is invited to come and fellowship with us. Donations are welcome. All proceeds will go to Cloras Chapel Church for a worthy cause. Cloras Chapel says, Lord, Lord, Lord, Lord “You have sho been good to us. You have been better to us than we have been to ourselves.� Have a good week!

Community Calendar DONATIONS FOR ANTIOCH CEMETERY Donations for Antioch Cemetery Bradford may be sent to Melinda Tombs 53 Antioch Rd., Bradford TN 38316. DYER C P VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Join us for a week of Adventures On Promise Island at the Dyer C P Church June 5 – 8! It will be an awesome week of discovering God’s lifesaving love through activities at Seaside Celebration, Lifeguard Lagoon, Fun Time Falls, Project Pointe, Coconut CafĂŠ, and Tadpole Bay (for our preschoolers)!!! This VBS is for Preschoolers through 7th grade. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 am, our morning of adventures will begin at 9 am, and kids will be dismissed at Noon! For more information, call the Church at 6922594. We look forward to seeing you on Promise Island! VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL “SKY, UP AND AWAYâ€? New Bethlehem Baptist Church, June 4 -8, Time 9-12 a.m. Ages preschool through 5th grade. Contact info 692-3594. GIBSON-NORTH RELAY FOR LIFE SIRVIVOR DIINNER The Gibson-North Relay for Life will host its second annual survivor’s dinner Tuesday night, June 12 at 6:30. Dinner will be held at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Dyer and will be catered by Joe & Deana’s and Toot –N-Tell It. The meal will serve as their gift to cancer survivors. All survivors plus a guest are invited to attend. Please contact Mr. Mac at 693-9553.

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Mr. and Mrs. Moore united in marriage May 21 Jaxon is happy to announce the marriage of his mom, Bethany, to Jason Moore of Humboldt. Jason and Bethany were married in a private ceremony at the groom’s parents home on May 21. Bethany is the daughter of Gary and Melissa Peevyhouse of Dyer. She is the granddaughter of Clarence and Peggy Peevyhouse of Dyer and the late James and Shirley Smith of Trenton.

Jason is the son of Pat and Donna Moore of Humboldt. He is the grandson of Lanny and Mildred Warrington of Trenton and Helen Moore and the late Morris Moore of Humboldt. Bethany is employed by Volunteer Home Care in Jackson. Jason is employed with Gibson County Soil Conservation District. All friends and family are invited to attend a reception June 9 at 7p.m. at the Trenton Elks Lodge in their honor.

North Union By Connie Cooper Memorial weekend took its toll on our attendance this past Sunday with several of our regulars away at the lake or visiting elsewhere. But after all, that is what holidays are all about, right? But for those of us who stayed close to home, we had good services and enjoyed attending church. We began with Sunday school of course, and as usual got a pep talk about the importance of that hour. I am privileged to teach on fourth Sunday and this was my day. Miss Ann will be back next week as we begin a new quarter. Why not make a commitment to attend! Danielle Rickman filled in for William as song leader and did a fine job. Cathy Baucom presented our children’s sermon. She handed out American flags and discussed the importance of erecting memorials to the important events in our lives. We need to also remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of others. Jesus Christ indeed did that. Linda Carmoney signed a moving testimony to the American Flag. By the time

it was over, everyone was on their feet in honor of our country and our freedom. Bro.Don’smorningmessage was taken from 1 Corinthians 12:12-20. One point he made that I especially liked was that a focus on worship would lead to fellowship. The fellowship that develops within a church should always have its center on our mutual love of Christ, not on the entertainment factor. We continued our “Slaying the Giants� study on Sunday evening with a discussion about loneliness. Next week’s topic is sorry. Happy belated birthday to Sally Baird and Ann Taylor. Sorry I forgot you last week! Also, happy birthday to Justin Blackburn. Our young people are involved in some community service projects and they will be meeting again on Saturday morning to accomplish some good deeds in the name of the Lord. They are also collecting items for shoe boxes. They need small toys for the month of June. Hopefully we will get some rain this week. Pray and carry an umbrella. See you in church on Sunday.

Rutherford 1st Baptist By Kathrine Blankenship Everyone is praying for rain. It looks like more of a chance this week, than it has been for quite a while. We might all pay higher water bills this month trying to keep our gardens from drying. We had preaching at the park Sunday. It was hot. Bro. Jason had a mini sermon. He recognized all who had served in the military, also families , who had members serving now in the middle East. The men grilled hamburgers and hot dogs;

we carried all the fixings. After we ate the kids started playing with water a prays and slides. I think some of us older ones would have liked to try it out just to cool off. It was good to see Ivy Shaeffer out after surgery. There were several that didn’t make it out; some were out of town, some were shut in‌ I didn’t get a list of birthdays this week. If you had one, I hope it was full of memories. Until next week – God bless.

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The Apostolic Faith Praise God “for the Lord God is a sun and a shield: the Lord will grace and glory no good thing will He withhold from them that walk uprightly. O Lord of hosts, blessed is the man that trusteth in thee (Psalms 84:120).� I am always blessed whenever I trust in the Lord; He always works in whatever situation I truly trust Him to work in. If it’s a bill that I need paid, He makes a way. If it’s food I needed in my refrigerator, he provides it. If it’s a mountain I need to climb, He gives me enough strength to climb or he removes it or he removes it. Although, I’d have to say most of the, He wants me to climb it. If it’s a joy I need, He helps. He is always there -

a present help in trouble. And even when I need a friend, He’s always there in the valley of loneliness. But you know, the only reason I know these things, is because He has given .me His Word to learn about these things and He has placed a team of Christian people in my life that have mentored me through my first steps as a Christian until I could begin to see things a little better on my own. These people, along with the examples that have been set before me in the stories of old in the Bible, are witnesses of the things that God has done. They are witnesses of the faith. Brother Paul Davidson preached out of Hebrews 12:1-3 - “Wherefore seeing we also are compassed

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about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame and is set down at the right of the throne of God. For consider him that endured such contradiction of sinners against himself, lest ye be wearied and faint in your minds.� What is Memorial Day but a day to remember? Oh wait. Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe it’s just a day set aside to go to the lake. Maybe it’s just a day set aside for justifiable Monday drinking grilling.

Expo Center presents from page 1 Farmers Co-Op and Regions Bank in Trenton, Farmers & Merchants Bank in Rutherford, First State Bank in Humboldt, and Kenton Drug Store in Kenton. The rodeo will showcase bareback bronc riding, calf roping, cowgirl’s breakaway roping, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, cowgirls barrel racing, team roping and Brahma bull riding. A big thanks goes out to all our sponsors: Dale’s Recycling, Clayhill Motor Sports, Parham Heating & Cooling, Dyer Farmers & Merchants Bank, The Outhouse, City Lumber Co.,

Duncan’s Pharmacy, Jones Telecommunication, Alford’s Tire, Reed Trucking, Gibson Farmers Co-Op, Clark Distributing, Trenton Floor Center, Gibson County Utility District, Carrier, Lennox, Trane, and Water Furnace. Thanks to our advertisers Circle S, Joe and Deana’s Restaurant, Russell Barnett Chevy dealer, Shannon Cotter, Farmer’s and MerchantsRutherford, Jeff Smith, Food Rite, Ledford Engineering, Victory Radio, Johnny Phillips Farms, MC Trucking, ATA Accounting, Gibson Water Utility, Curtis Halford, Roundtree Business Systems, Tony’s Cleaning and Roof

Cleaning, The Hill, Trenton Mills, Kenton Grain, The Herald Gazette, Bill Barron Attorney, Greer Lashlee, Dyer Florist, Diamond T Trail Rides, Williams Sims Auto, Tiger Express, Carroll Bank and Trust, Gibson Electric Membership Company, Kenton Drug Company, Trenton Animal Clinic, Rasberry Tire, Farm Bureau, Toot and Tell It, Akin Porter, House of Spirits, West TN Healthcare, Personal Touch, and LA Realty. We look forward to seeing you at the Rodeo! Our next upcoming event on June 30th is the Ken-Ten Tractor Pull.

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Lancaster charged with fraud, theft Sheriff’s investigators have been looking into the theft of a fuel card belonging to the Eldad Baptist Church. The card was found to have been fraudulently used to purchase gasoline. As a result of the investigation Jacob D. Lancaster (18) of 1500 South College Street, Trenton has been arrested. He is charged with 3 counts of Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card and 3 counts of Theft. Lancaster was processed at the Complex and released under $2,000 bond. On May 15th a plea agreement was entered in Gibson County General Sessions Court at Trenton. Lancaster plead guilty to 1 count of Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card and

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What is Sunday but a day to remember? Oh, wait. Maybe I’m wrong about that too. Maybe it’s a day to get really dressed and go put our name on a church role. Or maybe it’s just a day to see who can wear the prettiest dress best shoes and go socialize and compare outfits under the name of political correctness. Oh, don’t get all upset. There’s nothing wrong with going to the lake and there’s nothing wrong with grilling And there’s certainly nothing wrong with getting all dressed up on Sunday to go to His house. But how many people really know why we do these things? How many of our children could we ask “why do you go to the lake every Memorial day� or “why do you go to church on Sunday� and get anything more than an answer like “that’s just what we do�? Not many I’m sure. Yet, we have deemed ourselves a witness- a part of great cloud of witnesses who are supposed to remember Jesus and o to church on Sunday to celebrate what He did for us on the cross. We are supposed to lift His Name up with “the way {Jesus} the way we live Monday through Saturday. We are supposed to be witnesses “unto {Jesus�} both in Jerusalem, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost parts of the earth (Acts 1:18).� That means missions in Africa but it also means the ay you wear the joy of the Lord on the outside at when you at the grocery store when maybe the clerk who’s having a bad day doesn’t really need a Bibl thumping but a kind word and a nice smile to brighten her day. It mans both in your house and out of your house. It means staying aware of all your sins and weaknesses instead of always being so quick to point out those of others. It means doing a kind deed for someone when there’s no one looking and no real reason to tell anyone about it. We are a part of the great of witnesses the Bible talks about. Remember. We as Christians are supposed to the sixty-seventh book of the Bible and you might be the only Bible Someone reads today. What kind of witness are you?

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Colten celebrated his 4th birthday everyone for the many cards and presents he received. Colten is the son of Mindy East of Rutherford and Brandon Higdon of Milan. He is the grandson of Danny and Cindy East of Rutherford and Kenny Higdon of Yorkville and the late Renee Higdon. He is also the great grandson of Mary Ann Brown of Dyer and Nadean East of Rutherford and Mary Alice and John Higdon of Yorkville.

Colten Alexzander Higdon celebrated his 4th birthday May 21, 2012. He had a Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends themed swimming party Saturday, May 19, 2012 at his home in Rutherford. His family and friends enjoyed his Thomas and Friends birthday cake along with ice cream. Colten would like to thank everyone for helping him celebrate his very special day. He would also like to thank

Golden Agers On May 23, twenty-three faithful GoldenAgers gathered at First Baptist Family Life Center. We had two special guests Jane Forsythe’s granddaughter, Shelby and Miss “Kimmie� Shimatwea’s of Tokyo, Japan. Brother Jerry Legg conducted the meeting and offered the blessing for the food. Brother Legg was personal friend of Miss Shimatwea’s pastor father and she was his translator on his many mission trips to Japan. Following the food and fellowship prayer concern were voiced for Alice Ernest, Rex Mercer, Lisa Needham, J.B. Freeze, Lisa Kirk, Martha Lynn Knott, Jane Forythe, graduates of all ages, unspoken and the Aaron Scott family with prayers by Brother DeWayne Goodgine. Everyone reported a wonderful day towing the

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Sports & Education

GCHS PERFECT ATTENDANCE - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Mitch Allen, 9th; Mackenna Upchurch, 9th; Katelyn Rickman, 9th; Kayla Sheetz, 9th; and Justin Richardson, 9th. Back row from left: James Turner, 9th; Logan Bates, 10th; Alex Guzman, 10th; Garrett Ritter, 11th; and Jennifer O’Brien, 12th. GCHS CITIZENSHIP AWARD - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Keeley Davis, 9th; Logan Rahm, 9th; Kathryn Cox, 10th; Patrick Hill, 10th. Back row from left: Michael Morris, 11th; Shelby Dotson, 11th; Audrey Todd 12th DAR Good Citizen, 12th; and Taylor Hassell, 12th.

GCHS VOCATIONAL CLASS AWARDS - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Nicky Jones, Jenny Baker, Logan Cochran, Jeff Record, Michael Morris. Back row from left: Jessica Guin, Patrick Reed, John Michael Morris, and Cody Jewell. GCHS MATH & SCIENCE AWARDS - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Logan Rahm, Mary-Elizabeth Miller, Trey Wiese, Eli Todd, Audrey Todd. Back row from left: Ben Whitley, Antonio Vaughn, Cody Jewell, Taneia Taylor, Shante’ Skinner, and Kristen Howard.

GCHS SOCIAL STUDIES, ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT, ENGLISH AND SPANISH AWARDS - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Hallie McCurdy, Jacob Siler, Jercolby Milan, Mary-Elizabeth Miller, Taylor Davis, Mallarie Riffe, Courtney Haynes. Back row from left: Chelsea Joyce, Patrick Hill, Lexi Whitley, Jessamy Moore, HarlieScott, Justice Bardwell, Keeley Davis, Alex Crittendon, Andrew Kirkpatrick, Hope Siler, and Taylor Hassell.

GCHS FINE ART AWARDS - Receiving awards are from left: Anna Paige Fuqua, Rachel Sullivan, Tony Sherry, Mali Jones, and Mary Beth Chandler.

GCHS PRESIDENT’S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Hannah Moore, Kristen Howard, Alyshia Jones, Drew Temple, Taylor Hassell, Anna Paige Fuqua, Chelsea Joyce. Back row from left: Audrey Todd, Kaitlyn Ritter, Anthony Hunt, Dakota Dexter, and Cory Oliver.

GCHS STUDENT COUNCIL AND CLASS OFFICERS - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Jimmie Johnson, Chelsea Dotson, Kayla Baier, Anna Paige Fuqua, Taylor Hassell, Mary-Elizabeth Miller, Chelsea Joyce. Back row from left: Mitch Allen, Logan Rahm, Macie Cole, Autumn White, Mali Jones, Courtney Churchwell, Autumn Greene, and Courtney Haynes.

GCHS BETA SCHOLAR - Taylor Hassell, Beta Scholar and recipient of a $1,000 scholarship. Also the Principal’s Leadership Award from the National Association of Secondary School Principals.

PRESIDENT’S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Leah Dotson, Samantha Williams, Crystal Callison, Lawson Mann. Back row from left: Keundra Skinner, Chad Cunningham, and Dale Record.

GCHS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Dallas Dowdy received the Academic Achievement award during GCHS awards day.

GCHS TENNESSEE SCHOLARS - Receiving awards are, front row from left: Anna Paige Fuqua, Courtney Haynes, Keisha Prescott, Mary-Elizabeth Miller, Kaitlyn Ritter, Madalyn Murray, Kaycie Moore, Lacy Littleton, Chelsea Joyce, Khadijah Alexander. Second Row from left: Taylor Hassell, Justice Fisk, Brittany Hodge, Hannah Moore,

Megan Hurt, Matthew Bass, Alyshia Jones. Back row from left: Audrey Todd, Amber Rea, Robert McGregor, Cainan Copeland, Kristen Howard, Cory Oliver, Chad Zarecor, and Dale Record.


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Local residents receive degrees from UT Martin Several Gibson County residents were among students who received degrees from the University of Tennessee at Martin during the recent spring commencement held in the Kathleen and Tom Elam Center on the UT Martin campus. The students receiving undergraduate degrees were: •Bradford – Joseph Edward Wingo; •Dyer – David Brian Garrett, Katherine L. Parks, Calah Ruth Paulhus, Emily Renee Worrell; •Humboldt – Stephanie T. Boling, Emma Jane Leatherland, Micheal W. Stone, Sarah Elizabeth Pickard, Cody Adam Fowler, Marcee L. Harvey,

Matthew Terry Shepherd; •Medina – Jesse Nathan Forrest Winchester, Lisa Nicole DeTrain, Lauren Hope Rogers, Shelby Lynn Totty, Tara Lyn Brown; •Milan – Amanda Brooke Broach, Anthony Llyn Warmath Jr., Autumn R. Jackson, Benton Rimmer, James Seth Postoak, Kenneth Zachary Hilliard, Robyn N. Rhodes, Sally Anne-Tina Saputo, Temeka Lachell Thomas, Wendy Lanee Williams, William Tyler Barbour; •Rutherford – Kimbra N. Ratliff, Jacob Wayne Dotson, Carol Ann Kail, Jessica Michelle Gordon; •Trenton – Adam R. Leke, Cody Holland Agee, Donald Bradley Denton, Haleigh Elizabeth Cole,

Henry Moses Sanchez, Jana McCall Combs, Jennifer Avery Reeves, Jennifer Nicole Barnette, Jessica Claire Richardson, Kellie Lyn Joyner, Lauren Nicole Jewell, Melissa Blair Griggs, Rachel Anne Ward, Willie J. Harden. The students receiving graduate degrees were: •Medina – Adam Luckey Johnson; •Milan – David Wayne Rhodes; •Trenton – Grant W. Gates, Toni Marie Patton. Dr. Joe DiPietro, president of the University of Tennessee, was the commencement speaker and conferred degrees. UT Martin Chancellor Dr. Tom Rakes presided over the exercises.

BANK TOUR - Wednesday morning Ms. Beth Beason’s first grade class from Rutherford Elementary visited Farmers and Merchants Bank in Rutherford for their end of the school year tour. Farmers and Merchants Bank is the class sponsor. Employees also treated the children to pizza!

Mike Cooper tourny winners announced BY LORI CATHEY The 6th Annual Mike Cooper Invitational ball tournament was held on May 18-20 at David Robinson Park in Dyer. The Dyer Volunteer League hosts the tournament every year in Honor of Mike Cooper. The tournament got off to a good start Friday night with 8 of the 29 teams participating in it playing.

The Tigers went undefeated in the tournament and defeated Martin Eight 14-4 in the championship game in the 7-8 years old teams. Placing second was F & M in the 9-10 years old Little League teams. The North Gibson 13 finished in 2nd place in the Babe Ruth. “A lot of people chipped in and helped to put on a very successful tournament,”

said Tom Lannom. The Dyer Volunteer League is a league with over 200 participants, committed to providing a recreational program that emphasizes sportsmanship, fair play and a family oriented atmosphere. The league is affiliated with Cal Ripken for players age 4 through15 years old.

RUTHERFORD SCHOOL POSITIVE PIRATES FOR MAY - Thanks to Benny and Micah McVay, of Pegas Service Co., for sponsoring the Positive Pirate Award at Rutherford School this month. We really appreciate Pegas and all other local businesses that have helped support our program this year. It is great to recognize our students for positive behavior. This month’s nominees have shown good character and helped their fellow students. We are extremely proud of them and their positive attitudes! Cameron McMackin was the winner for May. Appearing are: Front Row; Reese McVay, Ally Goad, Madeline Bennett, Trinity Sansing Middle Row: Cameron McMackin, Andrew Alexander, Hayden McGuire, Reagann McVay, Chloe Bell, Courtney Hughey Back Row: Micah McVay, Jarvis Myers and Jacob Good. Not Pictured: Mary Alice McKeand, Kayleigh Roders, and Lexie Cooper.

Maddox chosen as Valedictorian Megan Mallory Maddox, daughter of Lisa Hutchison Maddox formerly of Dyer has been chosen as the Valedictorian at Pleasant View Christian School where she has attended for 17 years. Megan is also the granddaughter of Carl and Carolyn Stoppenhagen of Jackson and the late Jerry Hutchison of Dyer. She is the great granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. “Dutch” Hutchison of Dyer and the late Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Coppedge of Jackson. She is student body president, yearbook editor and chief photographer, founder and president of her

school’s prayer meetings, founder and mascot of “The Tribe” pep club, member of Mu Alpha Theta, member of Youth Leadership, member of the Journalism club and the National Christian Honor Society where she held the office of secretary. Her passion to serve has allowed her to volunteer for Serve Nashville during the flood relief and tornadoes cleanup, Salvation Army, Boys and Girls Clubs, Rocketown, Hope Harbor, Knight’s Shield, Birmingham Baptist Association, The Refuge, Real Life Church, The Abraham Project in Costa Rica an E-team mission’s

trip to Cuba. Megan has been accepted to attend Belmont University, where she plans to get a degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts while majoring in studio art.

MIKE COOPER TOURNY FIRST PLACE WINNERS - The Tigers went undefeated in the 6th Annual Mike Cooper Invitational ball tournament and defeated Martin Eight 14 to 4 in the championship game in the 7-8 year-old teams. Members are: (not in order) Jaxon Hays, Ethan Hutchison, Hayden Croom, Aiden Elliott, Matthew Reynolds, Connor Hill, DayDay Overstreet, John Carter Phillips, Caden Reeves, Blaine Cooksie and Micah Cavendar. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

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MEDINA LIONS CLUB FIRST PLACE WINNERS - The Medina Lions Club Team won 1st place in the 11-12 year old age group in the Mike Cooper Tournament after the game was called due to rain and lightning. The 2nd place team was also from Medina. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

MIKE COOPER TOURNY SECOND PLACE WINNERS - Placing second in the 6th Annual Mike Cooper Invitational ball tournament in the 9-10 years old Little League was F & M. Members are: (not in order) Luke Lannom, Ethan Goad, Stephen Overstreet, Ben McKinney, Daylan Russel, Jaylan Motley, Peyton Lavelle, Christian Poore, Gabriel Qualls, Daniel Cupples, Issac Goad and Chandler Kosark. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

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MIKE COOPER TOURNY SECOND PLACE WINNERS -The North Gibson 13year-old Babe Ruth team finished second out of seven teams in the 6th Annual Mike Cooper Invitational ball tournament. Members are: (not in order) Tyner

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GCHS US ARMY TUITION ASSISTANCE AND MONTGOMERY GI BILL - From left: Brennen Smith and Sgt. Maddox. Not Pictured: Michael Keel.

Hughes, Hudson Hunter, Mac Hicks, Matthew Mortey, Ethan Richardson, Cade Roberts, Josh London, Jacob Taylor, Blake Gammon, William Wood and (not pictured) Timothy Fields. (Photo by Lori Cathey)

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Yard Sale CITYWIDE YARD SALE The town of Trenton is having a citywide yard sale Saturday, June 2nd beginning at 8 a.m. Call Wally at 414-0206 for more info. YARD SALE Friday & Sat. June 1st and June 2nd . 198 Bradford Hwy. Rutherford at 7:00 a.m. - ? YARD SALE Friday and Saturday June 1st and 2nd 8 a.m. til ? 215 NeboYorkville Rd. 1 ½ miles past Yorkville School. Home décor, children’s and adults clothing, Wii games, toys, garden décor, baby equipment, and lots more!

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INVITATION TO BID The Gibson County Sheriff’s Office is accepting sealed bids for the purchase of bullet resistant vests. The required specifications are available at the office of the Gibson County Sheriff. Bids are to be mailed to: Gibson County Sheriff, Vest Project, 401 N. College, Trenton, Tn 38382. The bids will be opened June 7, 2012 at 9 A.M. The Gibson County Sheriff reserves the right to refuse any and all bids.

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NO BUYERS PREMIUMS SEE AUCTION ZIP.COM FOR PICTURES

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DYER STATION MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS - Members of the Dyer Station Celebration Committee hosted a Memorial Day program at Oakwood Cemetery Sunday, May 27th. The guest speaker was Tommy Denson. Members and program participants were (front row) Hostess Princess Cady Griffin, Brittney Thompson, Judy Baker, Burt Hooper, Beverly Laughlin, (second row) Kareen Griffin, Amy Richardson, Amy Powell, (back row) Mayor Sam Thompson, Johnny McIlwain, Tommy Denson, Ken Pullias, and David McEwen. (photo by Michael Enochs)

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE - A crowd gathered at Oakwood Cemetery for the Annual Memorial Day Service hosted by the Dyer Station Celebration committee. (photo by Michael Enochs)

TAPS - Kathryn Cox ended the Dyer Station Celebration sponsored Memorial Day Service on a somber note with her rendition of Taps. Cox, a junior at GCHS next fall, is a member of the GCHS Marching Pioneers Trumpet section. (photo by Jennifer McCaig-Cox)

GUEST SPEAKER - Dyer’s own Tommy Denson was the guest speaker at the Memorial Day Service.

FLAG RETIREMENT - Hostess Princess, Cady Griffin, tosses pieces of a retired flag into the burn barrel during the Boy Scout’s flag retirement ceremony. Later the scouts returned to the cemetery, took the ashes of these flags and buried them in an undisclosed location. (photo by Jenifer McCaig-Cox)

NAMES OF FALLEN MILITARY - Jake Siler (left photo) and Joshua Richardson (right photo) read the names of the fallen military in Oakwood Cemetery during the flag retirement ceremony. (photo by Jennifer McCaig-Cox)

!!! NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX SALE !!!

JUNE 14, 2012 - 2:00 P. M. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE AT TRENTON Gibson County TN, City of Bradford TN, City of Dyer TN, City of Kenton TN, City of Milan TN, City of Rutherford TN, City of Trenton, TN and City of Yorkville, Plaintiffs v. 2009 Delinquent Property Taxpayers, Defendants, Consolidated Case #20087 Pursuant to the Default Judgment and Order of Sale of the Chancery Court of Gibson County, Tennessee, heretofore filed in this cause of action, this being a case for the collection of the 2009 delinquent property taxes, directing the Clerk & Master to advertise as required by law and sell the land mentioned and described in the exhibit to said order to satisfy the respective judgments for the above named Plaintiff taxing authority against said respective tracts, I will offer said lands for sale at public auction on THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 2012 AT 2:00 P.M. in the CHANCERY COURTROOM in Trenton, Tennessee, pursuant to Tenn. Code. Ann. Section 67-5-2501, et seq., in order to enforce the property tax lien upon said property, and will sell same subject to the right of redemption. The redemption period is one year from the date of the sale. Said parcels of land are located and described by Owner of Record, Map, Group and Parcel Number, Civil District, Deed Book and Page Number, Property Address and amount of judgment against each (to which is to be added court costs, attorney fees, interst, penalties and other taxes, if applicable, all of which may be obtained from the Clerk & Master's Office) as follows: Rcpt #

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The Tri-City Reporter, Wednesday, May 30, 2012 Page 11

Property Transfers Aleta Gordon Brown to Richard Thornton and wife, Frieda Thornton – 10th CD Cathy S. Flynn to Carthel Jack Finch and wife, Deborah Ann Finch -7th CD The Housing League, Inc. to Baptiste, Inc. – 7th CD Ted Myrick to Gary O. Hall and wife, Keree Lynne Hall – 19th CD Virgina Boone to Salvatore F. Venezia Shirley Reams Cox and Benson Eugene King to Dan L. Hardin and wife, Jane S. Hardin – 10th CD Kevin S. Trichel and wife, Terri Trichel to James D. Rozzell and Teri T. Rozzell, Trustees of the Rozzell Family Trust - 3rd CD Rickey E. Holt and wife, Glenda Dianne Holt to Joshua Shane Holt and wife, Carol Anne Holt – 13th CD Richard Crawford and wife, Sarah Crawford to Chadwick A. Walker and wife, Margo N. Walker – 1st CD Bradley Crouch and wife, Jennifer Crouch to Benjamin Hollomon and wife, Lauren Hollomon – Medina Harvey Boswell and wife, Jenny Lynn Boswell to Anthony W. Braswell and wife, Amanda K. Braswell 13th CD Patricia A. Wolfe and Lonnie A. Allison, by and through attorney-in-fact John

W. Allison, and John W. Allison to Jonathan Summers and wife, Tara Summers – 21st CD George W. Cantrell and wife, Imogene S. Cantrell to Robert E. Hopper and wife, Carolyn Ann Hopper – 13th CD Arland Emerson and wife, Frances Emerson to Flight Plan, LLC – 7th CD David Poynor and wife, Doris Poynor, Alladine Poynor and Carolyn Martin to Brandon Rudd – 21st CD W. F. Jones, Jr. to Brandon Ward and wife, Christy Ward – 18th CD Chris Henson to Ronald L. Schrader – Milan John W. Tucker, Jr. and wife, Kathryn M. Tucker to Austin Bateman and wife, Misty Bateman – 1st CD James E. Mays, II and Debra D. Jenkins to Michael A. Smith and wife, Kathleen S. Smith – 7th CD Kelly J. Tucker, f/k/a Kelly J. Warren and John C. Tucker to Sandy Comstock – 9th CD Ben B. Seward, Jr. and wife, Mary E. Seward to Richard Lockhart and wife, Pamela Lockhart – 21st CD Anthony Williams to Lowery Don Laster – 4th CD Richard Bomar and wife, Faye Bomar a/k/a Linda F. Bomar to Stephen Louis Smith and wife, Carla Smith

Marriages Matthew Wayne Kelly of Union City and Denise Renee Freeman Walters of Dyer Paul Joseph Collins of Trenton and Tiffany Ann Elmore of Trenton David Lee Baker of Trenton and Heather Dawn McDaniel Ewell of Dyer Fred Louis Rinks of Dyer and Judy Faye Powell Roe of Dyer Rocky Allen Potts, Sr. of Trenton and Alesia Lucinda Blewer Smith of Trenton

Vance Ray Ripper of Pensacola, FL and Morgan Leigh Pillow of Pensacola, FL Timothy Joe Hilliard of Trenton and Teena Louise Gordon Morgan of Trenton Ronnie Lynn Newell, Jr. of Trenton and Hillari Tabitha Bryeans of Bradford Robert Jason Moore of Trenton and Bethany Ann Peevyhouse Hall of Dyer Adam Wesley Wilkinson of Medina and Ashley Nicole Wilson of Medina

INVITATION TO BIDDERS The City of Dyer is accepting bids until June 7, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. for the construction of sidewalks. Specifications are available at Dyer City Hall, 235 South Royal, Dyer, Tennessee 38330. Additional information is available from Jason Griggs at 731-692-3767. The City of Dyer reserves the right to accept and/or reject any or all bids. Walton Thompson, Mayor NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated October 19, 2007, executed by ANNA L GONZALES, AN UNMARRIED WOMAN, conveying certain real property therein described to ROBERT M WILSON JR as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Gibson County, on October 20, 2007, as Instrument No. 90837, in Book 917, at Page 831; and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC HOM E LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS S ERVICING, LP, who is now the owner of said debt; and WHEREAS, Notice of the Right to Foreclose (“Notice”) was given in compliance with Tennessee law by the mailing a copy of the Notice to the parties at least sixty (60) days prior to the first publication of the Substitute Trustee’s Sale. WHEREAS, the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., having been appointed by as Substitute Trustee by instrument filed for record in the Register’s Office of Gibson County, Tennessee, as Instrument No. 126892, in Book 962, at Page 221. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable, and that the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., as Substitute Trustee or its duly appointed agent, by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee will, on June 7, 2012, 11:00 AM at the Gibson County courthouse door where the foreclosure sales are customarily held At the Gibson County Courthouse, Trenton, TN, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in Gibson County, Tennessee, to wit: Beginning at an iron pin in the West margin of Atkins Street, said point being the Southeast corner of Lot 11 and the Northeast corner of this Lot, runs thence South 13 degrees 41 minutes West along the West margin of Atkins Street for 15.6 feet of an iron pin; runs thence South 0 degrees 36 minutes West along said right-of-way for 120.0 feet to an iron pin at the Northeast corner of Lot 15; runs thence North 69 degrees 24 minutes West for 171.9 feet to an iron pin in the East line of the James Atkins farm; runs thence with Atkins East line North 0 degrees 21 minutes East for 135.0 feet to an iron pin located at Lot 11’s Southwest corner; runs thence with Lot 11’s South line South 89 degrees 24 minutes East for 176.8 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL ID: 157D- D- 011.00 PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 706 ATKINS STREET, GIBSON, TN 38338. In the event of any discrepancy between this street address and the legal description of the property, the legal description shall control. CURRENT OWNER(S): ANNA L GONZALES OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: The sale of the above-described property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. This property is being sold with the express reservation that it is subject to confirmation by the lender or Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold as is, where is, without representations or warranties of any kind, including fitness for a particular use or purpose. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., Substitute Trustee 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 Tel: (800) 281-8219 Fax: (866) 681-5002 Registered Agent: CT Corporation System 800 South Gay Street, Suite 2021 Knoxville, TN 37929 Tel: (865) 342-3522 TS#: 09-0140921 FEI # 1006.119975 05/16, 05/23, 05/30/2012

Legal

– 8th CD Martha Ann Griggs to Samuel L. Blackwell and wife, Freda Faye Blackwell – 20th CD Kelly C. Hernandez to Anthony Wayne Hill and wife, Beth Ann Brese Hill – 13th CD Clark Family Holdings, LLC to Wade Park Reeves, Suzette Reeves, Caroline Belew, Amanda Sims, Bonnie Holmes and Samuel Reeves – 13th CD WilliamA.Millsaps,Trustee of the William A. Millsaps Revocable Living Trust and Lodema W. Millsaps, Trustee of the Lodema W. Millsaps Revocable Living Trust to Tommy J. Doyle and wife, Joyce O. Doyle – 13th CD Maxie M. Taylor to James Franklin Halford – 21st CD Robert T. Miller and Mary L. Miller to Robert H. Graves and wife, Barbara D. Graves – 3rd CD Mark H. Frerichs to Phillip Lynn Norris and wife, Jennifer Lynn Norris – Medina First Citizens National Bank to City of Rutherford – 9th CD James Yarbrough to Donald Neel Barber – 12th CD Randy R. Paschall and wife, Vickie L. Paschall, by and through Attorney in Fact, Randy R. Paschall to Kevin Graves – 14th CD Ralph Stasel and wife, Jennifer Stasel to Jimmy M. McNabb, Justin C. McNabb and Jacob C. McNabb – 13th CD Clark Family Holdings, LLC to Justin Edwards and wife, Krista Edwards – 2nd CD

NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.C.A. 30-2-306 Estate of MARGARET ANN WYNN DOCKET: 20506P Notice is hereby given that on the 14TH day of MAY, 2012, Letters T E S T A M E N T A R Y, in respect of the estate of MARGARET ANN WYNN, deceased, were issued to the undersigned by the Probate Court of Gibson County, Tennessee. All persons, resident and non-resident, having claims, matured or unmatured, against the estate are required to file same with Clerk of the above named Court within the earlier of four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or twelve (12) months from the decedent’s date of death, otherwise their claims will be forever barred to the extent provided by law. Date of death: 04/25/2012. This 14TH day of MAY, 2012. Signed: TERRY GENE WYNN Excecutor Estate of MARGARET ANN WYNN SHONNA SMITH, CLERK & MASTER By: Susan Graves, DCM JEFFREY A. SMITH 110 NW COURT SQUARE TRENTON, TN 38382 (2tp 5/30/12)

INVITATION TO BIDDERS The City of Dyer is accepting bids until 4:00 p.m. Thursday, June 7, 2012 for paving the walking track at the recreation park. Specifications are available at Dyer City Hall, 235 South Royal Street, Dyer, Tennessee 38330. Please submit bid in a sealed envelope marked “Walking Track Paving Bid”. The City of Dyer reserves the right to accept and/or reject any and all bids. Walton Thompson, Mayor NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated November 2, 2007, executed by RANDY LYNN CATHEY, conveying certain real property therein described to CT CORPORATION SYSTEMS as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Gibson County, on November 16, 2007, as Instrument No. 91518, in Book 918, at Page 1356; and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., who is now the owner of said debt; and WHEREAS, Notice of the Right to Foreclose(“Notice”) was given in compliance with Tennessee law by the mailing a copy of the Notice to the parties at least sixty (60) days prior to the first publication of the Substitute Trustee’s Sale. WHEREAS, the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., having been appointed by as Substitute Trustee by instrument filed for record in the Register’s Office of Gibson County, Tennessee . NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable, and that the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., as Substitute Trustee or its duly appointed agent, by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee will, on June 21, 2012, 11:00 AM at the Gibson County courthouse door where the foreclosure sales are customarily held At the Gibson County Courthouse, Trenton, TN, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in Gibson County, Tennessee, to wit: THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE SITUATED IN THE 21ST CIVIL DISTRICT OF GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE, AND BETTER DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT: BEGINNING AT A STAKE AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT #12 OF SCATTERED ACRES SUBDIVISION, SAID STAKE BEING 535 FEET, NORTH 22 DEGREES 30 MINUTES EAST OF THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY OF HIGHWAY 45W AND BEING THE NORTH BOUNDARY LINE OF SCATTERED ACRES’ SUBDIVISION; THENCE SOUTH 67 DEGREES 30 MINUTES EAST, 130 FEET TO A STAKE IN THE NORTH MARGIN OF A STREET; THENCE NORTH 22 DEGREES 30 MINUTES EAST 120 FEET TO A STAKE BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT #14; THENCE NORTH 67 DEGREES 30 MINUTES WEST 130 FEET TO A STAKE BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT #14 AND THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE LOT HEREIN DESCRIBED; THENCE SOUTH 22 DEGREES 30 MINUTES WEST 120 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THIS BEING LOT#12 OF SCATTERED ACRES SUBDIVISION IN THE CITY OF DYER, TENNESSE, AS SHOWN BY PLAT RECORDED IN PLAT CABINET B, SLIDE 38, IN THE REGISTER’S OFFICE FOR GIBSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE. TAX ID NUMBER: 70A-A-12.00 PARCEL# 70A-A12.00 PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 160 SCATTERED ACRES DRIVE, DYER, TN 38330. In the event of any discrepancy between this street address and the legal description of the property, the legal description shall control. CURRENT OWNER(S): RANDY LYNN CATHEY OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: The sale of the above-described property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. This property is being sold with the express reservation that it is subject to confirmation by the lender or Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold as is, where is, without representations or warranties of any kind, including fitness for a particular use or purpose. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., Substitute Trustee 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-9840407 Richardson, TX 75082 Tel: (800) 281-8219 Fax: (866) 681-5002 Registered Agent: CT Corporation System 800 South Gay Street, Suite 2021 Knoxville, TN 37929 Tel: (865) 342-3522 TS#: 12-0023679 FEI # 1006.159204 05/30/2012, 06/06/2012, 06/13/2012

Subscribe to the TCR & $ave!!! NOTICE Town of Rutherford City Stickers go on sale June 1st through June 30th.

Cost: $30 per sticker Vehicle Year, Make, Model, Color and license plate # will be required. They will become delinquent July 1st

Cost: $65 per sticker All residents with an automobile are required to purchase a city sticker for each vehicle. NOTICE OF INVITATION TO BID The Tri-Area Food Service Consortium (TAFSC) is requesting bids for Bread, Milk and Ice Cream for the 2012-2013 school term. The TAFSC is a consolidated purchasing agreement between the Board of Trustees of the Milan Special School District, the Gibson County Special School District, the Bradford Special School District, the Trenton Special School District, the Humboldt City School District, the Crockett County School District, the Alamo City School District and the Bells City School District. The districts operate 25 schools: Milan - 3, Gibson County - 9, Humboldt - 4, Trenton - 3, Bradford - 1, Crockett County - 5, Bells - 1, and Alamo - 1. A copy of the specifications will be available from Kay Woods, Crockett County School District, 102 Cavalier Drive, Alamo, TN 38001. Specifications may be obtained beginning the week of June 4, 2012 at 8:30 a.m. at the Crockett County School District. “In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 7953272 or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE WHEREAS, default has occurred in the performance of the covenants, terms and conditions of a Deed of Trust dated January 31, 2006, executed by SUSIE CLARK AND MICHAEL CLARK, WIFE AND HUSBAND, conveying certain real property therein described to RINEY TITLE & ESCROW, LLC as same appears of record in the Register’s Office of Gibson County, on February 8, 2006, as Instrument No. 71333, in Book 882, at Page 341; and WHEREAS, the beneficial interest of said Deed of Trust was last transferred and assigned to THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK,AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF THE CWABS INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006- 10, who is now the owner of said debt; and WHEREAS, Notice of the Right to Foreclose (“Notice”) was given in compliance with Tennessee law by the mailing a copy of the Notice to the parties at least sixty (60) days prior to the first publication of the Substitute Trustee’s Sale. WHEREAS, the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., having been appointed by as Substitute Trustee by instrument filed for record in the Register’s Office of Gibson County, Tennessee , as Instrument No. 125773, in Book 960, at Page 2314. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that the entire indebtedness has been declared due and payable, and that the undersigned, RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., as Substitute Trustee or its duly appointed agent, by virtue of the power, duty and authority vested and imposed upon said Substitute Trustee will, on June 21, 2012, 11:00 AM at the Gibson County courthouse door where the foreclosure sales are customarily held At the Gibson County Courthouse, Trenton, TN, proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in Gibson County, Tennessee, to wit: Land lying in the 13th Civil District, Gibson County, Tennessee and being part of a larger tract of land belonging to Michael Clark as recorded in Deed Book 419, page 810, Register’s Office of Gibson County, Tennessee and further described as follows: Beginning at a P.K. Nail set in the centerline of Carriway Hill Road, which point is located South 70 degrees 13 minutes 53 seconds West 100.00 feet along the centerline of Carriway Hills Road from the Southwest corner of Charles Autry as recorded in Deed Book 481, Page 801, Register’s Office of Gibson County, Tennessee and the Southeast corner of the herein described tract; thence from the point of beginning and with the centerline of Carriway Hills Road, the following calls: South 70 degrees 13 minutes 53 seconds West 150.04 feet; South 72 degrees 26 minutes 27 seconds West 107.66 feet to a P.K. Nail set as the Southwest corner of the herein described tract; thence on a new line through Clark, North 18 degrees 39 minutes 49 seconds West 596.20 feet to an iron pin set in a south line of Calvin Williamson as recorded in Deed Book 162, page 596, Register’s Office of Gibson County, Tennessee; thence with the South line of Williamson, North 73 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East 332.00 feet to an iron pin set at the Northeast corner of the herein described tract; thence on a new line through Clark, South 11 degrees 26 minutes 35 seconds East 590.43 feet to the point of beginning, containing 4.01 acres. According to a survey by Reasons Engineering & Associates, Inc. R.L.S. #508, dated March 10, 1999 PARCEL NUMBER: 124-33.05 PROPERTY ADDRESS: The street address of the property is believed to be 26 CARAWAY HILLS ROAD, MILAN, TN 38358. In the event of any discrepancy between this street address and the legal description of the property, the legal description shall control. CURRENT OWNER(S): SUSIE CLARK and MICHAEL CLARK OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES: The sale of the above-described property shall be subject to all matters shown on any recorded plat; any unpaid taxes; any restrictive covenants, easements or set-back lines that may be applicable; any prior liens or encumbrances as well as any priority created by a fixture filing; and to any matter that an accurate survey of the premises might disclose. This property is being sold with the express reservation that it is subject to confirmation by the lender or Substitute Trustee. This sale may be rescinded at any time. The right is reserved to adjourn the day of the sale to another day, time, and place certain without further publication, upon announcement at the time and place for the sale set forth above. All right and equity of redemption, statutory or otherwise, homestead, and dower are expressly waived in said Deed of Trust, and the title is believed to be good, but the undersigned will sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. The Property is sold as is, where is, without representations or warranties of any kind, including fitness for a particular use or purpose. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A. IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., Substitute Trustee 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-9840407 Richardson, TX 75082 Tel: (800) 281-8219 Fax: (866) 681-5002 Registered Agent: CT Corporation System 800 South Gay Street, Suite 2021 Knoxville, TN 37929 Tel: (865) 342-3522 TS#: 11-0091641 FEI # 1006.147634 05/30/2012, 06/06/2012, 06/13/2012


Page 12 The Tri-City Reporter, Wednesday, May 30, 2012

‘Keeping Gibson County Looking Good’

First place John Spence displays the winning poster, Flip for a Clean America, in the Gibson County Litter Grant Poster Contest. Winners were announced in a ceremony at the courthouse, Tuesday.

Second place Ben McLemore placed second in the Gibson County Litter Grant Program Poster Contest. Title of his poster is Pollution Solutions.

Fourth place Third place Nicholas Tucker took third place in the Gibson County Litter Grant Program Poster Contest. Title of his poster is Don’t Bee A Litter Bug—Put Litter Where It Goes.

Bonnie Possey’s poster titled, Reduce, Recycle, Reuse, was awarded fourth place in the Gibson County Litter Grant Porgram Poster Contest.

Honorable Mention Cammie Oliver displays her poster titled, Don’t Litter—It Ruins The Environment, in the Gibson County Litter Grant Poster Contest.

Red ribbon Ben McLemore received a red ribbon and $80 for his second place poster in the Gibson County Litter Gant Poster Contest.

Award prizes Gibson County Sheriff Chuck Arnold (left, back row) presents ribbons and checks to winners in the Gibson County Anti-Litter Program’s Poster Contest, Tuesday. Making the announcement jointly with the sheriff are Jo Bowles, educational coordinator (back row, right), and Lanita VanDyke, budget director (back row, center). Checks were presented as follows: (front row, l to r) rst place, John Pence, $100; Bonnie Possey, fourth place, $40; Cammie Oliver, fth place/Honorable Mention, $20; and Nicholas Tucker, third place, $60.

Awards ceremony held at courthouse, Tuesday The Gibson County Litter Grant Program, funded by the Tennessee Department of Transportation and administered by the Gibson County Sheriff’s Department, sponsored a Poster Contest for all fourth grade student in the county. The theme for the contest is “Keeping Gibson County Looking Good.” Joe Bowles, education coordinator visited schools throughout the county to explain the purpose of the program with videos, litter bags, coloring books, stickers, and Lady Bug book marks. This year each student that made a poster received a t-shirt with the logo “It’s Easy Being Green.” The Litter Grant Program encourages Litter Prevention and Recycling. One of the objectives is to get the message home to the family by involving them with their children in developing a poster which carries out the theme. “A special thanks goes to all the fourth grade teachers. They worked with the Litter Grant Program and encouraged students to participate in the contest,” Jo Bowles, education coordinator said. The winning posters from each class were displayed at the courthouse and were judged by outside school system Gibson County Sheriff ’s Department Administrator

people. Thanks goes to these folks for a difcult job well done. The Gibson County Sheriff’s Department provided the prizes for the classroom winners and the county winners. “All schools did not get to participate because time would not permit this year. We had about 337 posters to judge and bring the winning posters to the courthouse and then ve winners were selected. “The ve winners received a monetary gift presented by ‘Mr. Sheriff,’ but not the one in the Frog Pond video, this one is Mr. Chuck Arnold, Sheriff of Gibson County, which we all should thank and appreciate,” Ms Bowles said. The winners for this year are as follows: rst place, John Spence, of Spring Hill, who received $100; second place, Ben McLemore of Medina, $80; third place, Nicholas Tucker of Spring Hill, $60; fourth place, Bonnie Possey of Medina, $40; and Honorable Mention went to Cammie Oliver of Milan who received $20. “Thanks to all the students that made posters. You are all winners in the Litter Grant Program. Just keep up the good work of helping KEEP GIBSON COUNTY LITTER FREE,” Ms. Bowles said. Funded by the Tennessee Department of Transportation

GIBSON COUNTY ANTI-LITTER PROGRAM


Tri-City Reporter May 30 2012