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Please be advised that the Appling County Sheriff's Office has outstanding warrants for Desmond Andrews, age 35 of Telfair County for Felony-Theft by Deception. Mr. Andrews and his accomplices are scamming business in Appling County and the surrounding counties of Jeff Davis, Telfair, Ware, Evans and Laurens for large purchases such as motorcycles, ATV's, furniture, televisions, etc. Please notify the Appling County Sheriff's Office at 912-367-8120 if you know of his whereabouts. All businesses beware they furnish a credit card that states the purchase is an offline purchase with a receipt. The receipt is invalid.
The Horton 4-H Club held its meeting on Thursday, February 7,2013 Jade Sikes, President, presided at the meeting. Our Vice President, Trent Head, led in the American Pledge and the 4-H Pledge. Nathan Wolfe, introduced his mom, Mrs. April. Sarah Lacen introduced her guest, Mrs. Brenda Gail. Shafer Lott introduced his mom, Mrs. Sandra Lott. Secretary, Sarah Lacen called roll and read the minutes from our last meeting. Kyle Griffin, our reporter, read a short devotion. Our President, Jade Sikes, reviewed our emblem. Our song leader, Nathan Wolfe, led the club in singing “Bubble gum”. Our Program Chairman, Reanna Conger introduced the following members that gave demonstrations, Nathan Wolfe, and Caleb Reynolds. Mrs. Stephanie then presented our monthly program. The class really enjoyed reviewing our emblem.
Appling Co. Pirates lost to Pierce Co. 0-1 In a nil game the bears push one run across the plate in bottom of the ninth inning. With a couple of missed opportunities and several runners left on base; they had a chance but couldn't get it done. After the run came in Pierce County went a little crazy in celebration, I guess that was a little bit of redemption after we beat them last year in the championship game.