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Page 2 ~I~e ~[inr~ ~n~ ~.s Wednesday, May 2, 2018 OBI Funeral services for Mr. Briley were held Wednes- day, April 25, 2018 from the Chapel of Roundtree Funeral Home. Interment followed in" at Moultrie, ABAC at Bain- the Brushy Creek Primi- bridge, or ABAC at Blakely. tive Baptist Church Cem- Summer term classes begin Tuesday, May 29 on the Tif- ton and Moultrie campus and Wednesday, May 30 on the Bainbridge and Blakely cam- pus. and was preceded in death by one brother, Robert Bri- ley. Survivors are his wife, Mildred Herrin Briley; two daughters and sons-in-taw, Rebecca and Andy Latham and Kathy and Mitchell King all of Homerville; etery, Ocilla, GA. four randchildren, Reese Sympathy may be ex- Lath'am, Laryn Latham, pressed by signing the Lewis Jacob 'L.J.' Briley Mr. Lewis Jacob "L.J." Briley, 69, passed away Sunday, April 22, 2018, at his residence, following an extended illness. Mr. Briley was born January 8, 1949, in Ocilla, GA, to the late Ellis Alfred Briley and Sarah Hart Bri- ley. He had attended the Shiloh Church and worker for the Fletcher Oil Com- pany. He was a veteran of the U. S. Air Force serving during the Vietnam War Sarah Stalvey and Jake online registry at www. Kir/g; one sister, Sue Chap- roundtreefuneralhome.net man of Prattville, AL, sev- Roundtree Funeral nieces, nephews and Home is in charge of the relatives, arrangements. Students interested in get- Ling a head start on the fall se- mester can enroll in summer term courses at the Abraham. Baldwin Agricultural College main campus in Tifton, ABAC The main campus will offer classes during the summer in the areas of mathematics, lit- erature, history, agriculture, science, nursing, and physical education. ABAC at Moultrie will offer anEnglish class. A wide array of online, hybrid, and lecture classes will be offered through the ABAC at Bainbridge and ABAC at Blakely locations. Students can also take advantage of ABAC online courses. Most summer classes do not meet on Fridays. "There are a variety of perks for students interested in taking classes during the summer term," ABAC En- rollment Counselor Brooke Jernigan said. 'fiNhile ABAC provides smaller class sizes and one-on one engagement with faculty during fall and spring semesters, summer semester also provides stu- dents the chance to experi- ence an ABAC class in those settings." Students who are graduat- ing from high school in May can also take classes over the summer. That includes those students who will be attend- ing ABAC and those who may be attending a different col- lege or university in the fall. "Summer term students take a course or two instead of the traditional 15 or more hour load that happens in the fall and spring," Jernigan said. "By taking a smaller hour load in the summer, it can be a lot easier to adjust to college life for the first time. The summer also pro- vides students the chance to sharpen study skills, find the appropriate school, ork, so- cial life balance, and perhaps take a course that may seem a little more intimidating." Transient students can also enroll at ABAC during the summer term by complet- ing the ABAC application online and then submitting it with the $20 application fee along with the transient permission, a copy of their driver's license, and immuni- zation forms. Students interested in fi- nancial aid as a transient stu- dent should contact the finan- cial aid office at their home institution. The deadline for tuition payment and fees for all students enrolling for the summer termis Wednesday, May 23. The ABAC Office of Ad- missions can be reached by e- mail at abacinfo@abac.edu or through the website at www. abac.edu/admissions. For information on the class in Moultrie, interested persons can call (229) 891-7235. The summer term runs through July 23 with final exams set for July 24-25 for the Til n and Moultrie cam- pus. On the Bainbridge and Blakely campus, the summer term.runs through July 24 with final exams set for July 25-26. ABAC fall semester classes begin August 15. Bags of Hope is an extension of Gospel Tabemacle's Community Outreach Ministries. Offering gently-used clothing, shoes, baby clothes, nursery essentials, small household and school supplies to the public! TUesdays & Thursdays, lOam - 2pm Saturdays, lOam - 3pm Donations will be received each 3rd Saturday of the month. NO DROP OFFS PLEASE! "Service wilh I)igni(v aml It,mot" ince I )82 240 Dame Ave. Homerville, GA 31634 Call: (912) 487-5325 or Fax: (912) 487-2050 www.roundtreefuneralhome et 94 EAST DAME AVE HOMERVlLLE, GA (next to Gospel Tabernacle Church, across from Jerry J's Restaurant) Please call 912-487-3025 or 520-8689 for more information. "He i Exe " Clinch Memorial Auxiliary holds April meeting The meetingoftheClinch March cake raffle, ance. Alice gave out pins Memorial Hospital Auxilia- ry Volunteers (Pink Ladies) was called to order at 10:05 a.m. in the Boardroom of CMH on April 3rd, 2018. Present for the meeting were Lorraine Richardson, Dot Griffis, Turnip Tiner, Dorothy Ballance, Alice Babbit, Phyllis- Bennett and Kathern Buckhaults. Lorraine gave our Opening prayer, Phyllis led us in the Pledge of Allegiance, Doro- thy read the minutes of the last meeting and Kathern read the Treasurers report. Dot made a motion to ap- prove the reports, and was seconded by Lorraine. Old Business: Shelly Studebaker did our annual Orientation and Mrs. Am- mons, our Hospital Admin: istrator gave us a run down on our hospital's new affili- ation with Coffee Regional Hospital, andthat the hos- pital is getting some new physicians to do clinics at CMH. We now an ortho- pedic doctor, a foot doctor, OB/GYN doctor and they are trying to get an eye and heart doctors. Alice and Dorothy went to the Spring Meeting and learned that we are no longer COAV of GHA we are now COVS, Council on Volunteer Services of the Georgia Hospital Associa- tion. The Council has also decided to stop the youth summer camp as it was getting too costly for the amount of people attending. Instead they will be award- ing scholarships to young people who will be attend- ing a university or college in the medical field. Alice explained the rea- son why we need to have the cake raffle, yard sales etc to cover our expenses. Christine O'Brien won the New Business: Janice Register from administra- tion came in to ask the la- dies if we would consider working a desk at the Emer- gency Room to guide our patients when they come in. They will speak with us when its further along in the planning. Dot made request to con- sider having a scholarship fund started in memory of Mrs. Ann Robbins, the founder of the CMH pink la- dies. Alice invited our Dis- trict directors Anita Barnes and Darlene Roberts to at- tend our May 1 meeting. Since Dot wants our Fish Fry then, we will all go to Fargo for our meeting. Lorraine complimented the ladies in :our: appear- for hours worked. Andrew Nelson got 500 hours pin, Turnip Tiner got 600 hours pin Yvonne Vaugh got the 100 and 200 hour pins, Evelyn Wilson 900 hours, Dorothy Ballance 900 and 1,000 hours pins Lorraine Richardson 800 hours pin and Alice Babbit and Dot Griffis received the 2,000 hours, pin. Our birthday girl this month is Louise Nettles. Happy Birthday, Louise! Our meeting ended at 11:30 a.m. and we enjoyed fellow- ship with our ladies. Ladies don't forget, Fargo Fish Fry for our May 1 meeting at lla.m. Hope to see you all there. Submitted by: Dorothy Ballance Deep Wells Semi-Deep Wells Water Pump Sales and Service . Water Conditioner Sales and 229-382-6117 ( 24 hrs) 1-800-342.9345 " wwwz zs You I cal Used car & Truck Supe sto fl winners, CCHS [ 1984 Clinch County High athletic banquet, back award winners, 1984. From left, Coach Donald "[1son, James McKnJght, WHO'S THIS? John Tolbert. A.swer from last week: Daniel Splvey. 0 0 0 g