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Mrs. Gloria May, 81, of Fayetteville

Mrs. Gloria May, 81, of Fayetteville, died April 15, 2011.

She was preceded in death by her parents Charles Massey and Tessie Drew and her husband Joel C. May.

She is survived by her son Michael May of Fayetteville; daughters Kathy & Charles Ginn of Fayetteville and Karen & Anthony Hicks of Senoia; grandchildren Allison Barnes of Buffalo, WY, Amy Ginn of Atlanta, Kyle May of Tyrone, Tyler May of Fayetteville, Joel Hicks of Hampton, and Riley Hicks of Senoia; brother Charles Massey of Tifton as well as several nieces and nephews. Read More»

Mr. George H. Huddleston, Jr., 73, of Fayetteville

Mr. George H. Huddleston, Jr., 73, of Fayetteville, died April 15, 2011.

He was preceded in death by his wife Ann Huddleston.

He is survived by his daughter Vickie & Buddy Hooper of Hollonville, GA; sons David & Tana Huddleston of Fayetteville, Daniel & Jan Huddleston of Senoia, and Douglas and Blanche Huddleston of Molena; 7 grandchildren, Brandie Griffeth, Jake Huddleston, Melissa Wood, Bo Huddleston, Lee Huddleston, Kaydie Huddleston, and Laney Huddleston; 2 great-grandchildren Kate Griffeth and Wyatt Wood. Read More»

Mrs. Betty M. Charters, 65, of Acworth

Mrs. Betty M. Charters, 65, of Acworth, GA, formerly of Chamblee, passed away on April 15, 2011.

Mrs. Charters is survived by her husband Charles “Charley” Charters; four children, Yvette Hogan of Fayetteville, Collette Mandich of Fayetteville, Bryan Jenkins of Cumming, Mark Jenkins of Gainesville; father Bill Miller of Phillits, WI; mother Helen Strand of Downers Grove, IL; grandchildren, Barry, Brandon and Jacquelyn Jenkins, all of Cumming, Erin and Al “Boo” Hogan, III, and Samantha, Alexandra, and Emily Mandich, all of Fayetteville; great-granddaughter Victoria Jenkins. Read More»

Booth Science Olympiad team wins state title

Booth Science Olympiad team wins state title

The JC Booth Science Olympiad team took first place in the state competition held in Augusta. The team is now busy preparing for the national competition to be held in Madison, Wisc. on May 21. The team consists of 15 students in grades 7-9 and are supervised by Booth's gifted Science teacher, Tammy Pakulski. Photo/Special.

Gamma Nu collects items for Fayette Samaritans

Gamma Nu collects items for Fayette Samaritans

Gamma Nu offocers Sue Paggen, Kim Fisher, Brandy Cochran and Kay Seabolt with the items collected for Fayette Samaritans. Members collected over 75 food items in honor of Delta Kappa Gamma's Psi State(Georgia) organization celebrating it's 75th birthday. Photo/Special.

American legion Post 105 recognizes public safety figures

American legion Post 105 recognizes public safety figures

Pictured at the 2011 Public Safety Recognition Dinner, from the left is Officer Joanna Macpherson, Fayetteville Police Dept, Deputy Marshal Travis Caldwell, Fayette County Marshal's Office,  Lt Scott Roberts, Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services, B.I. Murrell, Post 105 Public Safety Awards Chairman, Capt Karen Corsetti, Peachtree City Fire Dept, Investigator Toby Spencer, Fayette County Sheriff's Office, Lt Michael Perry, Fayetteville Fire Dept and Denny Leander, Post 105 Commander. Photo/Special.

Blaze Masquerade Pageant winners crowned

Blaze Masquerade Pageant winners crowned

Sara Harp Minter held their 4th Annual Blaze's Masquerade Pageant on Saturday, March 19. The pageant had 41 contestants who competed in beauty, poise and personality as well as overall appearance. The high school division contestants were also judged on an interview question. Queens received a beautiful rhinestone crown, trophy, and an embroidered sash. The Overall Grand Supreme for the high school division received a $200 scholarship which she will use to go towards her college tuition. The pageant raised over $1,200 which goes back to the school's general fund. Read More»

Booth Beta Club helping animal shelter

Booth Beta Club helping animal shelter

JC Booth Beta Club students have been making friendship bracelets with all proceeds going to the Fayette County Animal Shelter. Pictured are Natasha McCluhan, coordinator of the effort, and Marie McCauley. In December, the girls took $125 to the shelter to help with medical costs. They are still working hard to raise more money to turn in at the end of the school year. Photo/Special.

PTC Kiwanis golf tournament set for this Wednesday

PTC Kiwanis golf tournament set for this Wednesday

On Wednesday, April 20 the Kiwanis Club of Peachtree City will sponsor its 22nd Annual Spring Golf Tournament at Planterra Ridge Golf Club. In addition to receiving numerous “give-aways” participants in the 4-Person Scramble Format will compete for $2,200 in prize money, plus try their luck for outstanding Hole-In-One prizes. A putting contest and silent auction will also be held. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 10:30 a.m. Box lunches will be provided. For additional information call Cliff Schmidt at 770-631-8521. Photo/Special.

American Legion Post 50 helps put old Old Glories to rest

American Legion Post 50 helps put old Old Glories to rest

American Legion Post 50 dedicated a Flag Retirement Box by the Veteran’s Memorial at Peachtree City City Hall on Thursday. The box is available for all citizens to deposit their old U.S. flags for proper retirement. From left are Jim Ryan, senior member of American Legion Post 50, Adjutant Ted Dirkschneider, Commander Arnie Geiger and 4th District Senior Vice President and Past Commander of American Legion Post 50 Jim O’Brien. Photo/Michael Boylan.