Nancy M. Young: March 6, 2019
Rainbow Garden Club designates February Yard of the Month
The Rainbow Garden Club has chosen Lillian Flynt’s yard as February Yard of the Month. She lives in the northern part of Schley County in the Concord community.
When riding by you will know it’s Lillian’s because you will see the Rainbow Garden Club Sign in her front yard. This is a special project that the Garden Club has had for years. Everyone waits from month to month to see whose yard that has been chosen for the month.
Ellaville Methodist Women hold meeting
Ellaville United Methodist Women held their monthly meeting on Feb. 21 in the social hall of the church.
President Barbara Usry called the meeting to order and opened with prayer. Ann Gill gave the secretary’s report.
After the business session, they discussed some activities that will be coming up soon such as a baby shower this week, Family Night Supper on March 9, United Methodist Women Sunday March 10 at the church, and the Mission Study
“Embracing Wholeness” District meeting at 8:45 a.m. April 6, and a bridal shower on March 24.
Barbara Usry gave the “History About Women.”
Delicious refreshments were served.
Those that attended, other than those mentioned above, were Nora Morrow, Sharon Wall, Judy Gattis, and Nancy McMath Young.
The next meeting is on March 21.
Schley Middle-High School principal
The Schley County Board of Education is looking for a new middle and high school principal in addition to a new superintendent.
At the last school board meeting Schley County Middle-High School Principal Todd West presented a letter of resignation. He is moving to Colorado to take another position. He thanked each board member for the four fantastic years that he had spent as principal of the local school. He said that he was able to reach goals that he had set and would always have special memories of his time at Schley County.
He was to leave this week. We all wish him well.
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