Sunday, April 27, 2008

Clayton State School of Business Honors Two Students
Dean Dr. Jacob Chacko and the faculty of the Clayton State University School of Business recently honored two of their students, Momoh Kerkula and Jonathan Howard, under what could only be called unique circumstances...

Mint Julep Journal:
Miz Vul: In-house Sightings
Good grief, Miss Etta. That alligator story - the one in the lake in north Georgia. Do you ever again swim in a body of water where you couldn't see the bottom? Just gave me shivers thinking about how close you've come to alligators who are supposed to be able to move surprisingly fast when chasing food. Best to run serpentine, I've always heard, when trying to escape a hungry gator.

Miss Faye: No gator tails, uh, tales...
No gater tales or tails, no gator-ade tales either. I wracked my little pea-brain trying to come up with something to contribute but nary a gator of any sort rose to the surface. If things go as they normally will, once we've exhausted gators I'll remember some outrageous tale from the nether regions of my mind.


Mark this very important date: May 2 at 7 p.m. at the Kiwanis Fairgrounds in Fayetteville.

The Relay For Life of Fayette County event is quickly approaching- but there is still time to get involved, make a donation, or simply attend. If you’ve been contemplating how to make a contribution, consider the options listed below for some ideas:

You can a)join a team; b) walk/run the track as an individual or c) start your own team.
You can also make a luminaria donation. During the 12-hour event, the Ceremony of Hope is held where bags (luminaria) are lit- some honoring those that are battling cancer and living to tell their story. Other luminaria honor those who have lost their lives to the disease.

Visit the Website: www. and click on fundraisers. There, you will see a listing of ideas and places to go to make a financial donation.

If you just can’t make up your mind then just come to the Kiwanis Fairgrounds on May 2 at 7 p.m., in Fayetteville. The carnival-like evening promises to offer plenty of excitement joy and hope, for all in attendance.


Farwig Appointed to Georgia Drivers Education Commission by Governor Perdue
4/27/08 (8:54 p.m.) William F. “Bill” Farwig of Fayetteville is the regional manager of safety and security for ABF Freight System, Inc. He served as the 1st vice chairman of the Georgia Motor Truck Association Safety Council and as a member of the Southeast Transportation Security Council. He was named the 2007 Georgia Safety Professional of the Year. He served in the military as a helicopter crew chief in the U.S. Army. Farwig attended the United States Army Aviation School. He and his wife, Barbara, have two grown children and one grandchild.

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