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Crane named new
GVACC director
Ashley Crane has been
hired as the new Executive
Director for the Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce where she will
oversee the day to day operations of the chamber. She
will officially begin May 2.
Crane was Assistant to
the Director, Valley Campus
at Southern Union State
Community College. Prior
to her tenure at the Valley
campus Crane worked in
the Financial Aid Department and was the Veterans
Affairs Coordinator.
Crane has experience
in recruitment, retention,
event planning, and has
worked closely with local,
state, and federal agencies
creating programs and partnerships to serve the needs
of the community college.
Crane earned an MBA
at Troy University, a BSBA
at Auburn University, and
an AS at Southern Union.
Crane said she is excited to start the new position, which officially begins
May 2.
“The Greater Valley
Area Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to providing the absolute best
service for our members
and the community,” says
Crane. “I am thrilled for the
opportunity and I look forward to the work ahead in
helping the Greater Valley
Area Chamber of Commerce become locally, state,
and nationally recognized
for the wonderful area we
serve.”
Demonstration of a small bomb ignited during training
Trip Wire teaches explosives usage
Training in Fredonia
Trip Wire training group
After effects of a bomb explosion
By Charlotte
Blasingame
The Rotary Club of
LaFayette recently held
its meeting at First Baptist Church and had the
pleasure of hearing CEO
of Trip Wire, Ryan Morris. Trip Wire is based
out of Erie and Gettysburg, Pa and has a second location in the Quail
Run subdivision in Fredonia, Alabama.
Trip Wire is a First
Responders
certified
company.
Mr. Morris stated in
Alabama using explosives is much easier. In
Pennsylvania it is highly
regulated being so close
to Washington DC and
not far enough away
from the Capitol . Trip
Wire trains bomb squads,
swat teams, local police,
and sheriff departments
as well as training dogs
for explosive detection.
The company is also
a supplier of supplies
needed for different explosives.
Mr. Morris stated he
has a BA in Criminal
Justice with a MA in Education. His credentials
are impressive with experience as a Police Officer since 1987, a Bomb
Squad
Commander,
AEDT/UERS,
Flight
93/DMORT , DHS- Supervisor Explosive Specialist, as is a Pa and Al
licensed Blaster.
He named his company after an IED (Tripwire) and is formed by a
grant to train around the
country first responders!
They also provide all explosives related training
and products. Trip Wire
also provides products
for the: Department of
Defense
Federal Law Enforcement
Agencies,
State and Local Government, with a free swat
team training in June for
Troup and Chambers
County.
One problem Mr.
Morris faces is the controversy the setting off of
explosives has caused.
Even though they are in
a remote area, people
from as far away as Lanett and Valley, claim to
be hearing the blasts.
People have attended
local meetings to complain about the noise. For
his part, Mr. Morris has
attended many meetings
as well explaining there
is no danger to the training that is taking place.
He did say he is having a problem with people not respecting his No
Trespassing signs in his
designated
training
grounds. He claimed
they were just walking
right into the firing field.
This is very dangerous
for all involved, Morris
noted.
He states he used to
tell where and when they
were located but he doesn't anymore because he
can't risk lives.
Mr. Morris says he is
certainly not here to
cause trouble and wants
to be a good neighbor.
His main concern is getting blamed for things
whenever he isn't even
here! Currently he is
leasing land for possible
future classes.
Ashley Crane
2014 Lanett murder
suspects found guilty
By Alton Mitchell
A fatal Chambers
County shooting from
nearly two years ago has finally come to a close this
past week. The final three
of five suspects in the fatal
shooting death of a 27year-old Lanett man was
found guilty last week of
charges related to that
death.
On April 9, 2014 Lanett police responded to a
home on 44th Avenue upon
arriving at the home they
found a 27-year-old man
fatally shot. The victim was
identified as Christopher
Griggs of Lanett. Investigators quickly began to work
the case and round up suspects connected to the case.
The investigation led to the
search for five suspects
connected to the case.
Before last week’s
guilty verdicts two others in
the case had already entered guilty pleas and been
sentenced they were Jacob
Shaddix who is 18-yearsold. Shaddix plead guilty to
criminally negligent homicide and was sentenced to
12-months. Also previously
pleading guilty was Charlie
Sigers who plead guilty to
manslaughter
charges.
Sigers received a sentence
of 15 years.
The three remaining
suspects in the case were all
found guilty of their
charges last week. Of those
found guilty included the
suspected triggerman 23year-old Thomas Brent
Starkey. Starkey was found
guilty of murder. In addition to his verdict of guilty
his brother 18-year-old
Rocky Starkey was found
guilty of manslaughter.
Also guilty of manslaughter
was 25-year-old Paul
Teague.
The alleged motive of
the death of Griggs appears
to be a retaliation shooting
for a theft of property from
some of the suspects in the
case. The three who were
found guilty last week have
not yet been sentenced in
the case.
Page 2A THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016
Graduation rules create uproar among Valley parents
By Alton Mitchell
High School graduations in Chambers County
are only a couple of weeks
away. As students at local
high
schools
like
LaFayette, Lanett, and Valley all prepare to make their
future plans following
graduation. A plan that has
been in the works for the
past several years has created an uproar among parents at Valley High School.
Parents began to learn last
week that the popular high
school will not have a valedictorian or salutatorian
this year.
The rumors initially
began to circulate last week
and the power of social
media allowed the rumor to
spread like wildfire. A popular Chambers County social media group broke the
news in the form of a question on Friday. That post
created a viral uproar
among parents at Valley
High School, as many
sought to find the rationale
in the decision in the viewpoints of one another. However more questions than
answers remained following the post.
Finally one concerned
parent reached out to educational officials and was
given information that finally brought reasoning to
the question of why. In
summary the general idea
of doing away with the
valedictorian and salutatorian was to allow all students on all different levels
of diplomas to be honored
not just to have a few recognized for academic
achievements. This new
practice will allow for students who are on general
style diplomas to be seen
on the same level as those
with advanced diploma
tracts.
Despite a rational reason being given for the decision that was made when
the class of 2016 was still
in 8th grade many parents
still expressed their opposition to the decision. Many
argued that those students
with top honors had worked
hard for it and should be
recognized. It went even
further to say that scholar-
ship opportunities may be
lost without the recognition
of honor being bestowed
upon some of the county’s
top performing students.
Graduation is just
around the corner for students and as of right now
for the first time in its recent history Valley High
School appears to not have
a valedictorian or salutatorian to embrace its graduation class.
Just So You’ll Know
By Paul Richardson
How long can a person
be “dead” and be
brought back to life?
The most common per-
ception is for only a few
minutes, but recently
two astonishing stories
have made the news.
One is about a man
named Anthony Yahle in
Ohio whose case is
being heralded as a
“Miracle.”
His wife noticed er-
ratic breathing as Anthony slept but was unable to wake him. His
heart was still beating
when he arrived at the
ER but soon stopped.
The ER doctors spent
45 minutes trying to revive the 37 year old
man, but to no avail.
When they finally gave
up, his son shouted
“Dad, you are not going
to die today.”
At that point, doctors
the area’s children and
say a faint trickle of a
adults with special needs.
The seven-mile walk heart beat came back,
will begin at 8:00 a.m. EDT just a small blip on the
Saturday, May 7th at Capi- screen. Five days later,
tal City Bank in West Point. he awoke with no recollection of what happened
or where he was. He also
says he had no kind of
“after life experience” as
so often is reported.
No one has an explanation. (All this according
to Dayton Ohio newspaper reports.)
As strange as that
sounds, Mr. Anthony is
not the only case. A 41
year old Australian
woman (named Vanessa
Tanasio) collapsed from
a heart attack while getting her kids ready for
school.
As soon as she arrived
at the hospital in Brisbane, she was declared
Special walk honors Carmack
This
year’s
Hike/Bike/Run will again
have a special event to
honor someone very dear to
EAMC-Lanier
Hospital
employees and many other
local people.
A special walking
event has again been organized to honor the memory
of Mrs. Jane Carmack.
Carmack worked at Valley
Haven for 36 years. She
was the mother of Cindy
Daniel, director of inpatient
services at EAMC-Lanier.
EAMC-Lanier
employees are organizing a
team to walk in loving
memory of Miss Jane.
The walk will begin at
Capital City Bank in West
Point and will continue for
seven miles along Highway
29 to the Valley Haven
campus.
Anyone interested in
joining the team or making
a donation can contact
Cindy
Daniel
at
[email protected]
m or Cindy Brooks at
[email protected]
m.
For more information,
visit Valley Haven at valleyhavenschool.org or call
334.756.2868. All proceeds go directly to the operation of our local school
which provides services for
clinically dead.
But her situation is
slightly different, the
cardiology team had a
new, battery operated
machine
called
“a
thumper” they wanted to
test that rendered artificial CPR to keep blood
flowing to the brain and
other vital organs.
Doctors say after forty
minutes, the lady awoke,
fully conscience and
aware of her surroundings but no recollection
of anything else. Five
days later, she was
home.
When asked if the
event was life changing,
the lady said “Yes, I’ve
given up smoking.”
While these are indeed
strange, even shocking,
who is to say they are
not true. And if they are
true, just think, you can
go lights out and still
have hope when you
reach the hospital (leaving old St. Peter standing
at the Pearly Gates,
looking both ways as he
calls your name.)
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The walls of Jericho come tumbling down
By Bill Frazer
The first thing that
comes to my mind when
brick is mentioned is the
old cliche “He is one brick
short of a full load”. Now
I have a close friend that
fits that category, but I am
not going to tell you Monroe Smith's name because
he has a son that is a
lawyer.
Speaking of bricks,
what is the definition of a
brick bat? It definitely does
not have wings! And it certainly isn’t suitable for hitting a baseball! For the
unknowing which is what I
deem the millennials, a
brick bat is a broken bit of
brick that is used for other
purposes such as filling up
pot holes.
Bricks have been taking over the view of my
nightly bike ride. If you
cross the bridge in West
Point going into down
town you can’t help but notice that the main section of
midtown, the West Point
Foundry Building, is being
razed. All of the building
material is being removed
from the site. It is amazing
to see that much brick, concrete, boards, insulation,
tin, stairways, elevator
shafts, metal doors and
plumbing being taken off
site. What are they doing
with all that material considering that a significant
percentage of the material
is not recyclable?
Maybe the University
is making a “point” with
the razing. Another old
saying comes to mind “It
went down like a ton of
bricks”.
Point University officials state that this site will
be the location of student
housing. The facility will
accommodate 500 students
and will have lounges and
food service facilities.
Since the site is only a
block away from the main
University class buildings,
no transportation will be
needed for student in-town
residents.
Across the street from
the brick foundry building
lying along the railroad
track is the old metal
foundry building. This tin
building will be torn down
and removed from site as
well. This estimated ½ acre
lot will be utilized for student parking. The site can
only be used as an open
area as the soil is contaminated from years of metals
leaking into the ground
during past foundry operations.
Now if that was not
enough for a boom to the
town, Point University
plans are to build a 1200
person Chapel on the property lying next to the metal
foundry building. Thanks
to the Nix family gifting
the land, the site merges
the chapel with the proposed dorms and parking.
Eventually the Scott Arts
Building, the proposed dormitory, the proposed parking lot and the proposed
Chapel would be in one
central location with only a
walk across the street in
distance.
One of the considera-
tions that come into play
when building in down
town West Point: the
downtown area is in the
flood plain. Anyone who
has ever lived in West
Point will tell you that the
site will flood at some time
in the future. Thanks to the
Corps Of Engineers constructing a dam on the
Chattahoochee River several miles upstream from
the city, flooding has not
been the hazard that it has
been in the past.
To conform to the
flood zone laws, any structure in a flood zone has to
build the base floor above
the elevation of the flood
zone.
As I mentioned earlier
in an article, some local
towns are declining such as
a deserted Camp Hill and
there are a host of vacant
buildings in LaFayette. Not
so in West Point. Thanks to
Point University and other
private investors, it is hard
to find a parking place
down town.
What makes the
growth so exciting is that it
is a permanent structural
and economic gain. Without mentioning any names,
there are a lot of private individuals who had a major
part in making all of this
happen, brick by brick.
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Razed Foundry - future Point student dorm
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THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016 Page 3A
Obituaries
Mr. Langley
Mr. Jack Thomas Langley 86 of LaFayette, Alabama died Tuesday April
26, 2016 at the East Alabama Medical Center. Mr.
Langley was born in
Chambers County May 22,
1929 to the late George
Veasey Langley and the
late Lessie Bishop Langley.
He served in the US Air
Force, was a member of the
First Baptist Church in
LaFayette, he was also a
mason and member of the
Solomon Lodge #74 in
LaFayette, he was in the
pulpwood business for 56
years owning & operating
Jack Langley Pulpwood in
LaFayette, Alabama and
West Point, Georgia. Mr
Langley has always been
an avid outdoorsman and
wildlife enthusiast. All of
the land management decisions have included practices that have benefitted
wildlife and other land
uses. In 1988 his property
became
Chambers
County's first Treasure Forest. Due to his stewardship
of the land he was awarded
the Government Conservation Achievement Award
for Wildlife. Mr. Langley
was first a cattle and cotton
farmer, then went into the
wood business where he
planted thousands of pine
trees, where he has won
many awards. One was our
farm was the first Treasure
Forest and then later he
won for the oldest Treasure
Forest. Funeral services
were held Thursday April
28, 2016 at 10am at the
First Baptist Church in
LaFayette with burial in the
LaFayette City Cemetery
with the Rev. Bill Hand
and the Rev. Jimmy Allen
officiating. He is survived
by his wife Kathleen Sherman (Tookie) Langley of
LaFayette, Al., 2 sons-Billy
(Carla)
Langley
of
LaFayette, Al., Kim Langley of LaFayette, Al., 2 sisters-Lynda (Buddy) Burton
of LaFayette, Al., Helen
(Dennis) Calhoun of
Columbus, Ga., two granddaughters-Heather Langley
(Casey) McCleod of Opp,
Al.,
Kelly
Langley
(Patrick) Poole of Auburn,
Al., five great grandchildren. He was preceded in
death by his parents and his
sister Sarah George Langley. On line condolences
may be sent to jeffjonesfuneralhome.com.
Jeff
Jones Funeral Home,
LaFayette, Al.
Mrs. Bryant
Shirlene L. Bryant, 78,
died Sunday at St. Joseph’s
Hospital in Savannah after
a short illness.
Born in Chambers
County, Alabama, Mrs.
Bryant was a resident of
Midway for 38 years and
was a member of the
Coastal Lions Club.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
James Bryant; parents, Roy
and Lorene Lovelace; and
a brother, Larry Lovelace.
She is survived by her
daughter, Kathy Tuten
(Dale) of Midway; sons,
Kenneth Bryant (Ernestine)
of Townsend and Richard
Bryant (Patty) of Orange
Park, FL; three sisters,
Joyce Lashley of Marietta,
Clarice Zeana and Brenda
Lovelace both of Dadeville, AL; two brothers, Roy
D. Lovelace of Lafayette,
AL, and Michael Lovelace
of Opelika, AL; eight
grandchildren and sixteen
great-grandchildren.
A Graveside Service
was held at 2:30 pm,
Wednesday, April 27, 2016,
in
Midway
United
Methodist Church Cemetery, 215 Martin Road,
Midway, GA 31320.
Carter Funeral Home
Oglethorpe Chapel is in
charge of the arrangements.
Online condolences can be
made
at
www.carteroglethorpe.com
Miss Allen
Miss Asiah C. Allen,
27, of Jonesboro, GA
passed away on Sunday,
April 24, 2016.
Funeral Services will
be held on Wednesday,
May 4, 2016, 2:00 p.m.
CST at New Canaan Baptist Church in Camp Hill,
AL, Rev. Justin Freeman,
Pastor;
Rev.
Arthur
Thomas; Officiating. Bur-
ial will follow at the church
cemetery.
Miss Allen is survived
by her mother, Traci L.
Jones, of Jonesboro, GA,
her father, Alexander Allen
(Penny), of LaFayette, AL,
two sisters, Danielle S.
Toles, of Stone Mountain,
GA, and Alexis S. Finley,
of Jonesboro, GA, grandmother, Ruth Toles, of
LaFayette, AL, grandfathers: KC Jones, Jr. of Valley, AL and Donnie B.
Allen of LaFayette, AL, a
host of aunts, uncles,
cousins, other relative andfriends.
To sign the online
guest book and express
condolences please visit
www.silmonseroyerfh.com
Silmon-Seroyer Funeral Home in LaFayette,
AL is handling the arrangements.
Ms. Kelley
Ms. Jessie Lee Kelley,
73, of Wadley, AL passed
away on Wednesday, April
27, 2016 at her residence.
Funeral Services were
held on Tuesday, May 3,
2016, 1:00 p.m. CST at
Greater Pine Hill Baptist
Church in LaFayette, AL,
Rev. Rodney Thomas, Pastor; Officiating; Rev.
Calvin Trammell, Eulogist.
Burial followed at Mt.
Olive United Methodist
Church in Wadley, AL.
Ms. Jessie Lee Kelley
is survived by five children: Angela McCowan,
Bobby Lee Kelley, Jr.,
Betty Jo Kelley and Annie
Kelley, all of Roanoke, AL,
and James Edward Kelley
of Florida, four sisters:
Mary Joyce Burdette and
Effie Snow, both of
Roanoke, AL, Laura Smith
of Toledo, OH and Sheryl
McCowan of Atlanta, GA,
a host of grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, greatgreat-grandchildren,
nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
To sign the online
guest book and express
condolences please visit
www.silmonseroyerfh.com
Silmon-Seroyer Funeral Home in LaFayette,
AL is handling the arrangements.
Church News
PLEASANT GROVE
AME CHURCH #1
Empowerment Bible
Study Stewardship Conference will be held every
Tuesday at 6 p.m. CDT.
Dial-in
712-775-7300
Meeting ID.: 118 452. At
the scheduled date and time
of the meeting, dial into the
conference line. When
prompted, enter the meeting ID followed by the
pound key (#). Sponsored
by Pleasant Grove AME
Church, 1 Miller Road,
Seale. Rev. Monique Summers, pastor.
CHOSEN
GENERATION
WORSHIP CENTER
Teen and Young Adult
Bible Study is held every
Wednesday Night at 6:00
p.m. CST at Chosen Generation Worship Center Int'l
in LaFayette, AL. Calling
all Teens (ages 13-17) and
Young Adults to be present.
Practical life and biblical
skills that will help with the
crossover to better living in
this present age and
through Jesus Christ will be
presented in this study. For
there is life in Jesus
Christ!!! Do join us - you
will be blessed. Apostle
Willie Eva Hicks, Pastor.
For more information contact Elder Katina Dunn @
706-590-0493
GOODSELL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
Biker Sunday to be
held May 15 at 2:00 p.m.
CST. Dr. Randy B. Kelley,
Sr. Pastor. Guest Speaker:
Mr. John Bunch, III, National President of the
Mighty Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club, photographer, writer, musician,
former talk show host,
blogger and author of the
book “Prospect’s Bible:
How to prospect for a traditional, law abiding motorcycle
club.”
Theme:
“Bikers giving back to their
community” Male and female bikers are welcome.
The public is invited to attend this family oriented
event.
SWEET HOPE C.M.E.
CHURCH
Gospel Singing Explosion to be held May 7 at
6:00 p.m. CST. Rev. Jimmy
Carlisle, Pastor. Theme:
Sing unto the Lord a new
song Isaiah 42:10. M.C.:
Rev. Jimmy Carlisle. All
soloists, choirs and groups
are asked to render three
songs. Everyone is cordially welcome.
OZIAS BAPTIST
CHURCH
Spring Revival to be
held May 4-6 at 6:30 p.m.
nightly. Guest Minister:
Pastor Douglas Jones of
New Harmony Baptist
Church.
HOPEWELL BAPTIST
CHURCH
Choir Day to be held
Sunday, May 15 at
Hopewell BC in Wadley.
Rev. Calvin Trammell, Pastor. Guest Speaker: Rev.
Robert Ray. M.C.: Toni
Carter. Host Choir: Friend-
ship No. II. All groups,
choirs and soloist are invited.
ST. PAUL UMC
Pantry Hour Celebrates Mother's Day on
May 6, 2016 @ 11:00a.m.
St. Paul UMC Fellowship
Hall, Five Points, AL. All
Senior Citizens Are Welcome. Food Fun Fellowship.
GREATER PINE HILL
BAPTIST CHURCH
Annual Men and
Women’s Day Program to
be held Sunday, May 22 at
2:00 p.m. CST. Rev. Rodney Thomas, Pastor. Guest
Church Family and Minister: Rev. J.D. Darden of
Bethel #1 Baptist Church in
Opelika. Sunday School
10:00 a.m. and Morning
Worship Service 11:00 a.m.
M.C.: Sis. Maranda Ednesome. Theme: So God created man in his (own)
image, in the image of God
created he him; male and
female created he them.
Genesis 1:27 KJV.
COUNTY LINE
BAPTIST CHURCH
The 2nd Pastoral Anniversary of Pastor Rickey
L. Cofield to be held on
Sunday, May 22 at 2:00
p.m. CST in Wadley. Guest
Speaker: Dr. H.L. Jones,
Pastor of Rehope Baptist
Church, LaFayette and
Branch Hebron Baptist
Church in Greenville, Ga.
GREATER POPLAR
SPRING BAPTIST
CHURCH
Mother’s Day Program
to be held Sunday, May 8th
at 11:15 a.m. Rev. Jerone
Fannin, Pastor. We will be
honoring all mother’s of the
church. Everyone is welcome to come and help us
uplift the name of Jesus.
-------------------------We will be celebrating
our Pastor and Family 20th
Anniversary on Sunday,
May 22 at the 11:15 service. Guest Minister: Clifford Story. Anniversary
Guest: Rev. Ed Vines and
The Whitehall Baptist
Church. Everyone is welcome to come and help us
bless the man of God.
BELL CHAPEL
UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
Annual Women Day to
be held May 8 at 11:00 a.m.
CST. Guest Speaker: Evangelist Jeffery Spence of
Victorious Living Christian
Center in Five Points.
Everyone welcome.
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VALLEY HAVEN’S FUN WALK A GLOWING
SUCCESS The people served at Valley Haven always do
their share to support Hike/Bike/Run. Everyone who attends the school got pledges and participated in their own
specially themed "Super Heroes Day" walk. The 23rd Annual Fun Walk for Hike/Bike/Run was held on Friday, April
22nd and $13,539.50 was raised. This year’s top Fun Walk
fund raisers were: Alec Welch, Ed Ramsey and Andrea
Maddux. The sponsors for the event were June Rogers,
Sherry Grady, Hannah Hall, Irmgard Westfall, and Shelby
Flakes. After the event, everyone enjoyed a cook-out and
victory celebration. "We would like to thank our friends,
family members, and the many local citizens who pledged
to us and have given us a chance to “shine” and participate
in our own Hike/Bike/Run Event." A special Valley Haven
thank you is given to those who helped to make the day
even more special.
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month old male German Shepherd mix; Nacho, an adult male Chihuahua; Rango, a young adult male Shepherd mix, Champ, an adult male Sheepdog mix. In Foster we have; Bella, an adult female Chi/Dach mix; Bo, an adult male Border Collie mix. Cat of The Week: Everyone meet our
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Mikes’s Musings
I’m not fond of presidential candidates
By Mike Wilcox, Publisher
Here’ my two cents
concerning the candidates
for the most significant office in the world- the President of the United States.
In a nutshell, I don’t
like’em.
As I predicted two
months ago, the election
will come down to Clinton
versus Trump. Because the
deck has been stacked
against Bernie Sanders, he
has no chance to be the
Democratic nominee. Ted
Cruz has a slim chance to
trump the Donald, but the
keyword is “slim” and I
don’t foresee anything but
a Texas fishing expedition
in Cruz’s future.
That is fine by me. The
first term senator, has managed to piss off nearly
every colleague in the
United States Senate.
Mitch McConnell, the Majority Leader of the Senate,
whom is another useless
politician in my opinion,
has called Cruz nothing
short of Lucifer. Cruz,
much like Obama, has no
experience and will stop
short of nothing to get
elected. He won’t win this
time, however. The silvertongued debate champion
should be preparing his
farewell speech and not
choosing a vice-president.
By the way, that vicepresidential choice was a
helluva pick. Carlie Fiorini
has done nothing but practically bankrupt two publically traded companies.
Hewlett-Packard, one of
those, was so happy to send
her packing.
On the flipside of the
aisle, Sanders was voted by
his peers as the most popular senator on Capitol Hill.
Voted the least popular by
the way, was not Cruz, but
Michigan’s own Gary Peters. Apparently in two
short years, Peters has
made a lot of enemies.
Sanders is clearly the
most popular presidential
candidate as well. If an
election took place now, I
have no doubt he would
swamp Hillary and the
Donald. The problem
Sanders faces is he doesn’t
have the delegates. Hillary
cleverly swept up most of
the super delegates before
Sanders became a household name. With those in
her pocket before primaries
even began, there was little
chance another candidate
could win. In other words
the process was rigged.
Imagine that.
If elected, again I have
no doubt, Sanders would
not be able to deliver on his
campaign promises. He is
much too liberal for the
country as a whole, and as
his opponents point out, his
policies would add billions
of dollars in taxes if Congress were to pass themwhich they never would.
His Socialist agenda is a
pipe dream and he knows
it, but it does sound good
on the campaign trail.
Ditto Trump, and his
far right agenda. You really
think he can force the Mexican government to pay for
his wall? Dream on. I certainly like how the man
talks about making America strong again, but can he
really get his isolationist
policies agreed to by Congress. Not. It won’t happen.
First, however, Trump
has to figure out how to
beat Clinton, with more
people actually claiming
dislike of the Donald, than
like him. I predict he will
be less bombastic, and
more conciliatory with his
demeanor as we approach
the General Election. Likewise his conservative ideology will moderate to a
great degree. These things
have to happen for him to
get elected. It is true, most
of us dislike the federal
government, but that anger
can only go so far in electing a candidate.
Which brings us to his
opponent, Hillary. I guess
if we want to continue as
we have under the Bill
Clinton’s, the Bush’s and
now the Obama regime,
Hillary might be your candidate of choice. She brings
a world of experience in
both domestic and foreign
affairs.
That experience however, has come with a price.
She has lied so often (most
politicians do) that she
can’t separate the truth
from what is false. The
Benghazi debacle will forever be around her neck,
but even worse is the private server she used to send
and receive classified
emails. When it comes to
the Clintons, a whole host
of lies and deceit have existed for dozens of years,
and I really don’t what
someone in the presidency,
who will continue to hide
the truth, because it is the
expedient thing to do.
Did I mention these
are the candidates for the
most prestigious position in
the world (my apologies to
The Pope)? It is our duty as
U.S. citizens to crown one
of these candidates as our
top leader. As of right now
I’m at a loss. Hopefully I
won’t be saying the same
come November.
But then again look
who we elected the last two
terms. Our supreme leader
never had a real job and
was serving his first term in
the United States Senate.
Do you really think he was
such a quick study that he
became well-versed on domestic and foreign affairs
before he took office? No
way. He learned while on
the run.
So that being said,
maybe I shouldn’t be so
hard on these candidates. If
Obama could do it, so can
they. Maybe the office isn’t
as difficult as I envision it
to be.
Jesus is my bartender
By Jody Fuller
My moratorium on alcohol continues. The down
and dirty of it is that due to
personal issues, I was
drinking way too much
throughout most of last
year. I was also eating way
too much. On December
22, after a night of excess,
I felt awful and had had
enough.
Two days later, I had a
previously scheduled appointment at the VA, where
I had a series of labs drawn.
A few weeks later, my results came back. My cholesterol was high and my
liver tests were slightly elevated due to alcohol consumption. I’d already made
the decision to drastically
alter my alcohol intake, but
this was added incentive to
do just that. I had a follow
up three months later.
I drank some after that
decision but haven’t had
any since February 8. I recently wrote about an incident where I thought I was
ready for a beer. I’d been
given a 12-pack of beer and
was going to have just one
but dropped the whole
thing and that one bottle of
beer that I intended to drink
sacrificed itself for me. The
other 11 are still in my refrigerator.
Another time, I was at
my buddy’s house for dinner. He was drinking a beer
while standing over the
grill. In the past few weeks,
he’d asked if I wanted one,
but I declined each time.
This time he didn’t ask. I
momentarily felt the urge
to have one but didn’t
stress about it. I had an
angel on one shoulder
telling me no and a devil on
the other shoulder who was
passed out and never said a
word. The angel easily
won. It was no contest.
There are so many
styles of microbrews, and I
love them all except for
porters and stouts. I simply
cannot drink them. You’ll
see me wearing a Bama
shirt before you see me
drinking one of them.
Last week, I went to a
little restaurant around the
corner from my hotel in
Jersey City. They had great
lunch specials for only
$10.00, which included a
beverage of choice. They
had an extensive selection
of beer on tap, but only
three of them were marked
for the special. After a few
minutes of deliberation, I
decided to go with the pale
ale. The guy next to me had
just ordered one, and it was
a thing of beauty.
Speaking of a thing of
beauty, my bartender
walked back over to tell me
that the keg of pale ale was
empty. The guy next to me
had gotten the last pint, so
I looked at the menu to see
what my other two choices
were. There were at least
30 beers on tap so they
could have been any style,
but they weren’t just any
style; they were porter and
stout and were going
nowhere near my snout.
My battle with beer is
a lot like the war between
North and South Korea.
Technically, they are still at
war but have had a truce
since 1953. I haven’t quit
drinking, I’ve just had a
truce since February 8.
Early last week, I got
back my lab results from
the VA. My cholesterol levels were good, and my liver
tests were normal.
I don’t know when I’ll
have my next drink. It may
be next week or it may be
never, only the big bartender in the sky knows.
He’s cut me off for now but
is always there to listen.
And before anyone gets
upset about that analogy,
just remember this; he
turned water into wine.
How cool is that?
Jody Fuller is from
Opelika. He is a comic,
speaker, writer and soldier
with three tours of duty in
Iraq. He is also a lifetime
stutterer. He can be reached
at [email protected]
For more information,
please visit www.jodyfuller.com.
Killer Bees are here
By Paul Richardson
The
deadly
and
dreaded Africanized honey
bees, known colloquially
as "killer bees", are a hybrid of the Western honey
bee species produced originally by cross-breeding of
the African honey bee
with various European
honey bees to produce a
hybrid strand.
The African honey bee
was first introduced to
Brazil in the 1950s in an
effort to increase honey
production. But in 1957,
(26) swarms accidentally
escaped quarantine and,
since then, have spread
throughout South and Central America and arrived in
North America in 1985 at
an oil field in the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
A swarm of tens of
thousands of Africanized
"killer" bees went on a
rampage in a California
neighborhood attacking
firefighters and onlookers,
including a 71-year-old
woman who was stung
more than 1,000 times.
The incident unfurled
in a gated community in
Palm Desert, Calif., after a
Technician came to check
on a subterranean cable
box at a home in the neighborhood.
A construction worker
died after being swarmed
by bees that emerged from
an underground hive in
Riverside, CA, in June.
Two other workers
were injured.
The fire department
said workers were grading
the property for a parking
lot and may have hit an underground sprinkler vault
that housed a bee hive.
And many other attacks have occurred across
the county, from California
to South Carolina and
Florida, especially in the
last three years. As far
north as Minnesota, a man
die in 205 from an allergic
reaction.
June 2, 2105 a
Texas man was and killed
by a huge swarm of
Africanized killer bees
after he suffered more than
3,000 stings.
The bees were so fearsome that the ambulance
crew that first arrived
could not help him.
One mad bee is bad
enough. What about thousands?
or
Rain
Shine
A man in Arizona died
after being stung more than
an estimated 100 times.
An exterminator said
the hive had about 800,000
bees.
Two park rangers in
Tampa , Fla. Last summer
were hospitalized after unwittingly disturbing a hive
of what appear to be
"killer" bees.
Tennessee agricultural
officials say a colony of
Africanized bees have
been found in East Tennessee, the first in the state.
Contrary to public
opinion, Africanized bees
are not giant bees with
deadly stings. Their venom
is the same as that of a regular honey bee, but since
they attack in far greater
numbers, the number of
deaths are much greater
than from native honey
bees. But for those allergic
to stings, only one is
enough.
Although no confirmed killer colonies have
been reported in Alabama,
there is no doubt they are
here. How else did they get
from California to Texas,
to Florida and Tennessee?
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Local gas prices top $2
By Alton Mitchell
Temperatures
are
slowly rising outside to normal pre-summer type levels
and in addition to the rising
temperatures something
else is slowly rising around
the LaFayette and Chambers County community
and that is gas prices. The
relief seen at the pump over
the past several months of
prices under the $2.00 mark
appears to be drawing to an
end as many local stations
have again crossed the
threshold of that dreaded
mark.
Prices
around
Chambers County find
themselves in a wide area
of prices with the lowest
prices being found in the
Keep Smilin
Profiling Chase Edge
By Charlotte Blasingame
Born to Bill and Debbie Edge on May 16,1993
and raised in Penton, Alabama is this week's Profile..Chase Edge.
At the age of 4, Chase
began
to
ride
motorcycles..leading him to
racing in the Bomber Division at his family's race
track in Penton ( Penton
Raceway ) at the age of
12.Later he moved to the
Crate Late Model Class.
Looking back on his
accomplishments he all but
made the record book on
them!
Chase has been commended
by
NeSmith
Chevrolet Dirt Late Model
Series President of Communication Roby Helm,
stating he is not flamboyant, doesn't say much
choosing to speak with his
actions on the track, and is
smooth and consistent.
He doesn't bring a lot
of attention to himself until
he is in the race car , and
even then, he is not aggressive !
Helm, who served as
the NeSmith Chevrolet
DLMS Announcer is
known to give drivers colorful nicknames and came
up with one that fits Chase.
Stating that Chase
Edge is a "Silent Assassin "
because, you never know
he's around until, it's time to
go to work! By the time the
checkered flag falls in a
race he is in, you almost al-
ways know he's there. It
leaves you saying to yourself, where did he come
from?
Success was not only
achieved on the race track
by Chase, but, also off the
track, as balancing racing
and school became the
focus of his life in 2011
when one special night,
they overlapped .
As fate would have it,
Chase attended Chambers
Academy, where graduation was scheduled May 20,
2011 and a racing event he
wanted to enter was the
same night for the NeSmith
Chevrolet Dirt Late Model
Series at Penton Raceway,
located 15 miles northwest
of LaFayette.
At 3 pm Edge was the
first driver to register his
race car for the event and
pushed it through the prerace technical inspection.
He then left the track, went
home, and changed clothes
for the graduation ceremony.
At 6pm, the graduation
ceremony began, Chase
walked across the stage to
receive his diploma. as "
Pomp and Circumstance "
played in the background,
Chase graduated with honors, leaving Chambers
Academy, and hurried back
to Penton Raceway in time
for time trials. He qualified
third fastest among the 28
entrants, won the first of
four heat races, started fifth
in the main event and finished second.
What is so awesome is
these memories are made
right here in his own home
town!
Winning on his own
turf, promoted Penton
Raceway where they were
the 2009 NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series
Co-Promoters of the year.
Hard work in the classroom was the priority for
Chase at Chambers Academy and states it was a prerequisite to have success on
the track.
Chase states " My parents told me that I had to
keep up my grades in order
to keep racing".
Graduating as Mr.
Chamber Academy, with
honors, he received a Presidential Scholarship to
Southern Union,which of
course he attended.
Afterwards, he attended and graduated from
Auburn ( War Eagle) in
2015 with a Mechanical
Engineering Degree.
He has one sister Ali
Edge and a yellow
Labrador named Duke.
His grandparents are:
Garlon and Jeri Gore, Larry
Edge and the late Ima Jean
Edge
Chase is a member of
Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
His favorite Bible
verse is Matthew 19:26
Lanett and Valley areas
where a few stations still
find themselves flirting
with the $2 mark and maintaining a price at the pump
of $1.99 that number extends all the way up to the
highest gas in the County
hanging around the $2.19
mark at a station off of Interstate 85 in Cusseta. Locally in LaFayette most
stations have cracked the
$2.00 mark once again.
Analyst of the fuel
markets attribute the rise in
fuel cost to the rise in crude
oil prices and also a rise in
demand for gasoline in the
United States. Despite the
rising cost drivers are still
saving well over what they
were paying last year this
time as the average national
price of a gallon of gas
today is $2.14 while one
year ago it was $2.52.
Analyst also suggest that prices will continue to rise slowly over the
summer travel season, but
are not expected to exceed
the $2.50 level in many
areas. It is also suggested
that after the travel season
begins to wind down usually around Labor Day
prices will again begin to
fall as demand drops. The
good news is that Alabama
still carries some of the
lowest costs in the nation
with the lowest prices being
found in the Birmingham
area where prices as low as
$1.85 per gallon are still
present.
Go Walk For St. Judes - The 5th Annual St. Jude Walk-a-thon sponsored by the
Usher’s Ministry of the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Melvin Owens pastor. We are grateful to our Lord and Savior for each person that donated and took the
time out to walk to make this great event possible. We have around 60 participants.
We say thank you to all who participated in this event.Your donation will help save the
children of our future. All proceeds will go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
We have around 60 participants. See you next year!!!!
CCCTC Donates to Valley Haven -The National Technical Honor Society of
Chambers County has made a generous donation to Valley Haven School’s Hike-BikeRun. The members had their own walk at the Chambers County career/technical center
and raised $350.00 for Valley Haven. Pictured with Valley Haven students, Jeffrey
Westfall and Andy Price, are members of the NTCS and the sponsor, Tammy Hughley.
Round our Town
By
Charlotte Blasingame
Cider and Lemonade was
served, along with Pimento
Cheese sandwiches,
fresh grapes and strawberries with stuffed dried beef
and cheese horsdorves.
A commitment for
New Years Eve was made
to guest, inviting them back
for an Open House to view
the renovations done!
So sorry to hear the
passing of Jack Langley.
Our prayers to his wife
Tookie and family.
Mrs. Shirley Koulianos
and Mrs. Shelby Lee spent
several days with Shelby's
grandchildren Hannah and
Dylan Owings in Birmingham while parents Robin
and Greg Owings were out
of town., of course shop-
ping was on the agenda..
Mr. And Mrs. James
Williams entertained the
class 1965 of LaFayette
High School in their home
on Saturday evening. A fun
time was had by all!!
There is excitement in
our home this week as we
have the pleasure of having
our great grandchildren
Berkley and Fisher with
Mom, Erika Rogers of Elberta, Alabama visiting..
Boy, I wish I had their energy.. ! Until next week
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As this week comes to
a close, it has really been
one for the record book!
David and I put in an
offer for the old Magnolia
Manor Home on South
LaFayette Street across the
street from First Baptist
Church, The offer was accepted and I am proud to
say we are now officially
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THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016 Page 1B
One City
Photo: Brooke Colley
One Final Season
By Donnell Suggs
Sports Editor
@suggswriter
Pictured Front Left to Right : Isaiah Todd and Christian Gillespie
Back Row Left to Right: Anslee Reese , Erical Johnson, Ragan Barnes, Hannah Slay, Tamara Lyons and Brittany Williams (Not Pictured Kentarius Harris and Jamie Brown)
The old saying goes that ‘you only live
once,’ and the same can be said of being a
high school athlete. That’s what we were
thinking when the idea of getting all of the
senior baseball and softball players from
both local high schools together for a
“team” photo shoot. In their case you can
only live four times until your scholastic
career officially comes to an end so what
better time than now to get them all together for an unprecedented meeting. At
both Chambers Academy and LaFayette
High School the baseball and softball senior student-athletes are putting a cap on
Isaiah Todd
their careers. The best days of their lives
are ahead of them, for some of them the
best moments of their athletic careers are
also on the horizon. Others will be successful off of the diamond but for sure they all
learned quality life lessons while playing
ball for their respective schools. From this
point forward their lives will never be the
same.
The black and gold LaFayette High
School uniforms and white and blue Chambers Academy uniforms rest on the players
like blankets of confidence. Getting the
players, 17-year olds with plenty of other
places they’d rather be after school, to
commit to a photo shoot took even more
confidence from The LaFayette Sun Sales
Manager and de facto sports photographer
Brooke Colley. As the players took their
positions outside of City Hall, in front of
the statue of boxing legend and LaFayette
native Joe Louis, the simplicity of putting
on a baseball and softball uniform and representing the city of LaFayette and the state
of Alabama took on a more serious tone.
Arms folded across their chest, not a smile
to be found amongst them, the players were
from all walks of life, different family dynamics, different races, creeds and colors
but at this one instance with their serious
looking facial expressions, all eight of the
players that attended the shoot (LaFayette
High School senior pitcher and shortstop
Kentarius Harris and Chambers Academy
senior first baseman and pitcher Jamie
Brown are not pictured in the group shot)
were exactly the same: They were all ball
players, plain and simple.
Ragan Barnes, Christian Gillespie, Erical Johnson, Tamara Lyons, Anslee Reese,
Hannah Slay, Isaiah Todd and Brittney
Williams all helped their teams have solid
seasons this spring with the Lady Rebels of
Chambers Academy continuing their season into the upcoming Alabama Independent School Association state tournament.
According to their coaches the players in
the above and accompanying photos have
done much more than just help their teams
win ball games. “Kentarius [Harris] is a
guy that changed the atmosphere of the
team,” says Michael Pattillo, LaFayette
High School’s baseball coach and offensive line coach of the player who could not
attend the photo session because he had to
be at work after school. “He’s a pretty good
athlete and the abilities he has have just
made the team better.” LaFayette’s principal echoes those sentiments, “An outstanding athlete, he has been very instrumental
in the success of the baseball team this season,” said Don Turner via email. Harris
transferred into the Bulldog program from
Opelika High School and from the start of
the baseball season, as early as pre-season
in fact, became a team leader. “Harris is a
very coachable kid,” says Pattillo. Harris
drove in four runs on two hits during the
Bulldogs largest victory of the season, an
18-2 drubbing of Loachapoka on April 13.
Photo By : Angela Martin
Anslee Reese
Two days later during a 13-3 Bulldog victory over Lanett, Harris pitched a complete
game with nine strikeouts to go along with
two more hits and three RBI. The words
“coachable kid” could not always be said
in regards to baseball players at LaFayette
High School. Most if not all of the school’s
premiere athletes made their way to the
football field and basketball courts. Leaving the baseball team with only barely
enough players to fill out a roster. The Bulldogs had a rough 2016 season, winning
only a handful of games -two of which
were against rival Lanett High Schoolwhile having to deal with some distractions
this season. One of the Bulldog players that
stayed the course for all four years is right
fielder Isaiah Todd. Turner calls Todd “a
very dedicated student and athlete,” and
Pattillo counts his lucky stars that he had
Todd on his teams despite the lack of onfield success by the Bulldogs. “Isaiah is
one of those kids that does what he’s
asked,” says Pattillo. “He’s one of the guys
you want to have on your team.”
The Chambers Academy softball team
is the most successful baseball/softball program in the city of LaFayette at the moment and that’s not by happenstance. The
Lady Rebels have four senior starters that
have dedicated years of their young lives
to get to this particular point. Chambers
Academy is playing in the state tournament
this weekend at Lagoon Park in Montgomery and a huge part of the credit for
that opportunity -win or lose- will go to the
second baseman Barnes, first baseman
Reese, catcher Slay and pitcher Williams.
Despite the season still being underway it’s
hard for Lady Rebel softball coach Brandi
Fuller to not think about the future. A future without her senior stars. “My four seniors will be sorely missed next year,” she
wrote via a recent text message exchange.
“They are leaders on and off the field and
all played critical roles on the field athletically. They provided great hitting, pitching
and solid defense this season.”
Brittney Williams, The 2016
LaFayette Sun Softball Player of the Year,
consistently credits her catcher, Slay for
her recent success during this her only season at Chambers Academy after transferring from Beulah High School. Williams
took over as the Lady Rebels number one
starter and dominated the competition. The
transition from a good public school softball program at Beulah to playing ball at
Chambers Academy was as seamless as the
look of one her fast balls. She was far from
alone though.
Slay and Reese can easily be described
as Chambers Academy softball-lifers after
having played softball at the school since
they were in the 5th and 6th grades, respectively. Barnes, a stallworth second base,
began her playing career at Chambers
Academy as a sophomore. All athletes are
important to their respective teams in their
own special ways but these four players are
without a doubt going to take with them a
wealth of softball knowledge, skill and
hopefully more. “I do hope they know that
their faith in God and their relationship
with Jesus Christ is more important than
any ball game they play,” says Fuller.
It is faith and hard work that brought
them this far after all, no matter what your
belief system or lack thereof may be, play-
ing the game the right way and working
just as hard in the classroom is something
we can all get behind and believe in.
Maybe one or two will continue their playing careers on the collegiate level but all
will be moving on to greater things. The
passion they played softball with for season after season at Chambers Academy is
the first of many commitments the girls,
soon-to-be young Story Continued on 2B
Kentarius Harris
Tamara Lyons
Photo By : Angela Martin
Hannah Slay
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ladies will have to repeat. This success
is the first of many. “I hope they take that
with them,” says Fuller.
Brittany Williams
The LaFayette Lady Bulldogs softball
team won their first game of the season
months after its beginning. To say the 2016
season was a rough one would be a massive understatement. The Lady Bulldogs
were even coached by the school’s Athletic Director and head football coach
James Lucas, an admitted softball novice.
Team leadership would be of the utmost
importance if the team was going to be
able to re-establish some semblance of a
softball program. Enter the seniors.
Erical Johnson and Tamara Lyons,
Jamie Brown
representing LaFayette High School, took
their places for the photo shoot. Johnson
on the left, Lyons on the right, both were
bracketed by Chambers Academy Lady
Rebels. Both did their best to represent the
LaFayette High School senior class on the
diamond this season too. “Ms. Johnson
and Ms. Lyons are two outstanding young
ladies,” says Principal Turner. “They have
made great contributions to the athletic
programs here at LaFayette High School.”
Lucas might be the saddest to see them go
after graduation. “I needed help from both
of them this season as far as with getting
Brenda McDaniel, COTA
the team on the same page,” he says.
“They were both a huge help as team leaders.” Johnson transferred in from Auburn
High School and played left field for the
Lady Bulldogs. Lyons pitched and played
shortstop for three seasons while also playing basketball. Tamara, a LaFayette native,
played four seasons for the Lady Bulldogs
basketball program. Her time as a
guard/forward on the basketball court
made her a better player on the softball diamond and helped her understand the
emotional rollercoaster that ultimately was
the Lady Bulldogs’ softball season.
The Lady Bulldogs might not have
been very successful on the field in regards
to wins but Lyons’ play has her coach
thinking she can play on the collegiate
level. “We’re looking to get her some
scholarship opportunities from area colleges,” said Lucas during a recent phone
interview for this story. When informed by
this reporter that Lyons was planning to attend Alabama State University, forgo playing softball (and by most accounts
basketball, the Hornets play in the competitive Division 1 Southwest Athletic Conference. Lyons averaged 5 points and a
little over 4 rebounds in 23 games this season.) and focus solely on majoring in Outpatient Therapy, Lucas said, “She’s too
good to give up playing softball.” Thus
the impact of a very good players on the
people around her. They can’t believe she
would ever put the glove and bat down.
Starting on Friday, May 6 the AISA
state baseball tournament is going to be
held at Paterson Field in Montgomery. The
historic grounds, capacity 7,000, will be
filled with fans and college scouts looking
for the next big arm out of a small school.
The proverbial diamond in the rough.
Chambers Academy won’t be participating
in this year’s tournament however, the
Rebels finished the 2016 season with a 422 overall record. While they might not
have dominated their opponents similar to
the Rebel basketball and football programs, seniors Jamie Brown and Christian
Gillespie got the most out of their final
year in blue and white. Both players
played their entire four years of high
school on the football team (Brown played
basketball as well) and brought that winning spirit to the baseball. Rough season
aside, Chambers Academy baseball coach
Matt Smith knows how much both players
brought to the table to every team meeting,
practice and game. “I’m going to really
miss coaching them,” said Smith about
Brown and Gillespie during a recent phone
conversation. “Christian and Jamie are
both very strong students in the classroom,
it’s rare to find but they are truly studentathletes.” Both players will finish the
school term on the A/B honor roll. If that
doesn’t scream “student-athlete” to you
then what will? “Each one of them have
the utmost respect from their teachers and
fellow classmates,” says Smith. I guess
that will.
Brown, a tight end on the football
field, used his height and good hands at
first base and as a pitcher for the Rebels.
“He became a much better first baseman
as his career advanced,” says Smith.
Brown has plans to take the unique skill
set that helped him become a starter on the
football, basketball and baseball teams as
a senior into the real world. “Jamie is aspiring to become a firefighter,” says
Smith.
Gillespie might one day become a
civil servant himself, he already has the
reputation worthy of a local politician.
“Christian’s a great leader, kids really follow him,” says Smith. Gillespie played his
only season of baseball this year and after
patrolling centerfield and leading off for
the Rebels, one could only imagine how
good of a ball player he might be if he
wasn’t such a good running back. “He’s
got unbelievable speed, I gave him the
green light to steal whenever he was on
base,” said Smith through a chuckle. Gillespie rushed for more than 2,000 yards during his senior season and has a goal to play
college football this fall. “Christian plans
to play at the collegiate level and is currently leaning towards attending Huntingdon College (Montgomery),” said Smith.
The Division III Hawks went 10-2 during
the 2015 season, winning all seven of their
USA South Athletic Conference games in
the process. There’s no reason to believe
an athlete of Gillespie’s caliber couldn’t
make the Hawks roster. It would be another step in the journey of a bright young
man.
During the football season Gillespie
took another journey that has little to do
with sports and everything to do with the
man he will ultimately become: Christian
got saved. “That moment was obviously
huge for Christian to accept The Lord into
his life,” says Smith. “It has and continues
to have a positive effect on our community
as a whole.” There’s a good chance God
sent the affably named Christian Gillespie
the first chapter of his life story.
Smith was right when he told me that
is was “rare” to find athletes like the ones
playing baseball and softball at Chambers
Academy and LaFayette High School.
Let’s hope the next batch of seniors are
anything -even the slightest of similarities
will be fine- like this group. About as rare
as getting two schools and four teams of
ball players together for a photo shoot outside of City Hall in front of a statue of Joe
Louis. Rare indeed.
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Mothers and Memories
By Roger Campbell
Mother’s Day moves most of us into long range memory mode. Childhood events come to mind, racing then through the years with stops at pleasant places
and learning times with our mothers. The fortunate among us can phone or visit the leading lady in this movie of memories. Others can cherish the past and
look forward to a future meeting in a place where death never separates and life lasts forever.
My mother was born in 1903 in the house on the farm her family had owned since before the Civil war. She weighed only three pounds and without the
aid of an incubator or other small baby saver used in hospitals today, she survived and outlived all the members of her immediate family, as well as many
younger nieces and nephews.
When she was three years old, mother’s mother died, so she was raised by her father and grandmother who were able to instill in her the ability to always
look for the best in people and in all she would face in life.
If you like to gossip, you wouldn’t have enjoyed spending time with my mother. She was an expert at changing the subject when the faults of others came
up in conversation. During the juiciest part of your slander, she’d likely walk to a window and say, “Isn’t it a beautiful day?”
I once told Pauline that in all the years of our marriage, I had never heard mother say one negative word about her. “What’s to say?” she replied, laughingly.
Mother would have enjoyed that; consistently choosing laughter over complaining, convinced she didn’t have time to waste looking on the dark side of
things.
“Life’s too short!” she would say.
Maybe that attitude is one of the reasons she lived nearly a century.
Faith played a major role in mother’s life and in her goals for her children. When I was interviewed for membership by the board of the country church we
attended, the oldest deacon said, “I want you to remember that your mother brought you to Sunday School when the weather was too bad for men to get here.”
Psalm 27:1 is the first Bible verse I remember hearing my mother quote: “The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The LORD is the
strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” This faith builder and many like it in her well worn Bible enabled her to trust instead of tremble when in the
most difficult of circumstances.
Mother’s Day should also activate more recent memories: those acts of kindness and qualities of character seen in mothers who are still with us. And each
husband ought to seize this season to remember the loving acts provided to him by his wife, the mother of his children.
The writer of the Biblical book of Proverbs describes what he calls a virtuous wife, saying “her worth is far above rubies” (Proverbs 31:10). Listing then
her many responsibilities and accomplishments, he concludes that her husband and children should be careful to show their appreciation for all she is and does:
“Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her” (Proverbs 31:28).
While in her early teens, my wife made a vow to never do or say anything that would hurt her mother, a good vow for all to make today and keep through
all their years.
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4520 46th St. SW 5763904
First Church of God of Valley
3640 55th St., Valley 756-2298
Penton Church of God
Hwy. 77 Penton, AL 864-8724
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints
1802 S. 5th St., Lanett 644-5542
EPISCOPAL
St. Andrews Anglican
204 Beallwood Dr., West Point 643-1616
St. John’s Episcopal
501 Ave. C W 645-2157
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
809 Rock Mills Rd. Roanoke, AL 8636021
GOSPEL
Manna Fellowship
1111 3rd Ave. 643-6929
HOLINESS
Fairfax Congregational Holiness
River Road Valley
Faith Mission
1510 U. S. Hwy. 29 W. Point 645-6756
Fredonia Community Holiness
8473 County Rd. 499-2383
God’s Lighthouse
1918 24th Ave. SW 576-4627
Goodnews Revival Center
5317 16th SW 576-3998
West Point Community
Sample Rd., West Point
JEHOVA’S WITNESS
JEHOVAH’S WITNESS
KINGDOM HALL
2821 Cusseta Rd. 576-8203
METHODIST
Allen Memorial AME Church
303 6th Avenue SE
LaFayette 706-888-0768
Bell’s Chapel United Methodist
0239 County Rd. 87, LaFayette
864-0002
Bethel United Methodist
1595 Webb Rd., West Point 645-2374
Emmanuel Chapel CME Methodist
1309 E. 10th St. 645-2062
Fairfax Methodist
901 Boulevard Valley 756-3070
First United Methodist-Lanett
508 S. 6th St. 644-1055
First United Methodist - LaFayette
104 LaFayette St. N 864-8433
First United Methodist Church of
West Point
306 E. 7th St. West Point 645-1379
Fredonia United Methodist
County Rd. 222
Goodsell United Methodist
1007 N. 6th Ave. 644-3950
Hall’s Memorial CME
208 Huguley Rd. Valley 756-7532
Harrington United Methodist
5420 16th St. 576-3749
Hopewell United Methodist
3161 Hopewell Rd. Valley 756-4748
Keeney Memorial United Methodist
703 Ave. K, West Point 645-2201
Langdale United Methodist
6301 20th Ave. Valley 756-2221
Mt. Pleasant Methodist
3205 County Rd. 176, LaFayette 8640302
Pine Grove United Methodist
White Plains, LaFayette 864-0455
Plant City United Methodist
110 E. 18th St. 644-4345
Powells Chapel United Methodist
100 3rd NE, LaFayette 864-0863
Riverview United Methodist
1254 California St. Valley
SardisUnited Methodist
Crystal Springs Rd.
Sardis United Methodist
2301 31st St. Valley 768-2021
St. Paul African Methodist
Episcopal
1415 N. 6th Ave. 644-2492
St. Stephens CME
2427 Columbus Rd. Valley 756-9756
Chapel Hill UMC 3471 Co Rd 114,
LaFayette 334-476-9076
Fredonia UMC Co Rd 222, Five Points
334-476-9076
Sweet Home UMC 1175 Co Rd 105,
LaFayette 334-476-9076
Milltown Methodist Church Co. Rd.
155 LaFayette 334-864-0599
NAZARENE
Huguley Church of Nazarene
2116 Veterans Memorial Pkwy
576-2034
Langdale Church of the Nazarene
5400 22nd Ave. Valley 756-7602
Nazarene
1206 S. Jennings Ave. 644-1902
Shawmut Church of the Nazarene
3105 29th Blvd. Valley 768-2496
Valley First Church of the Nazarene
103 Church St. Valley 756-3083
1061 Industrial Dr.
LaFayette, AL.
334 864-0777
Dependable Services Year After Year
Jeff Jones Funeral
Home
152 Alabama Avenue East
LaFayette, Alabama 36862
Jeffrey Jones
Mortician
864-9521
864-8485
Enhancing lives through
innovative healthcare
702 South 13th St. Lanett, AL 36863
334-644-1111
Mitcham Auto Parts, Inc.
NAPA Auto Parts
MARK MITCHAM, OWNER
12 LaFayette St. North
LaFayette, AL. 36862
(334) 864-7222 or 864-8104
S-Line (334) 869-0504 Radio 15434
PENTECOSTAL
First Pentecostal
2437 Phillips Rd. 576-3200
Riverview Pentecoastal Church of God
1312 Myhand St., Valley
Greater Abundant Life Tabernacle
4 First Street SE
LaFayette 864-0014
PRESBYSTERIAN
West Point Presbyterian
1002 5th Ave. West Point 643-7441
Lebanon Presbyterian Church
County Road 172 LaFayette (Buffalo)
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Valley Seventh Day Adventist
2108 40th St. Valley 756-3882
OTHER
Area Vineyard Christian Fellowship
2nd Ave., West Point 643-1110
Calvary Family Worship Center
1701 41st St. Valley 756-3780
Church of the Resurrection
1004 Ivey Ln. West Point 643-3665
Cornerstone
125 Bennett St. Valley 756-6456
Faith Evangelistic
Hwy. 29 & Ben Brown Rd. Valley 756-2861
I Am That I Am Tabernacle
1400 E. 9th St. West Point 645-1227
Abundant Life Christian Center & Church
5255 County Rd. 178 LaFayette 864-0840
Emmanuel Deaf Church
2821 Cusseta Rd, Lanett
Good Shepherd Worship Cntr.
209 N. Lanier Ave, Lanett 499-2171
The Upper Room Church
3640 55th St., Valley 706-773-1714
612 M.L.K. Drive S.E.
Samuel Seroyer - Owner
Darryl Seroyer
Manager
(334) 864-7208
(334) 864-8188
Bryan’s Transmission
Specializing In
TRANSMISSION
Domestic & Foreign Auto Service
3004 20th Ave. • Valley, AL
334-768-3171
Page 4B THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016
Chambers youth competed in the
Alabama Junior Beef Expo recently
Youth from all over
Alabama gathered to compete in the Alabama Junior
Beef Expo in Montgomery
on March 18-20. Five 4-H
youth represented Chambers County at the Beef
Expo – Chandler Langley,
Chelsea Langley, Sarah
Parker, Payton Allen, and
Claire Allen. These youth
had previously showed
their animals at the Chambers County 4-H Steer and
Heifer Show, the Central
Alabama Beef Expo, as
well as various other
shows around the area.
Chambers County should
be proud of the skill and
dedication these youth displayed at the Alabama Junior Beef Expo.
Chandler Langley won
third place in his ShowChandler Langley (far right) with his Grand Champion Steer of the Alabama manship Class at the AlaChelsea Langley with her Champion AOB Steer at
Junior Beef Expo. This steer also won Grand Champion at the Central Alabama bama Junior Beef Expo.
the
Alabama
Junior Beef Expo.
Beef Expo and the Chambers County Steer and Heifer Show.
Claire Allen (center exhibitor) won third place in
Payton Allen won first
her showmanship class at the Alabama Junior Beef
place
in his showmanship
Expo.
class at the Alabama
Junior Beef Expo.
Valley Haven’s Aktion
Club helps with spring
clean-up recently
Recently the Aktion Club of Valley Haven School
sponsored by the Valley Kiwanis Club participated in the
Spring Clean-Up with PALS, People Against a Littered
State. This event was sponsored by the Chambers County
Sheriff’s Department and Chambers County Solid Waste
Office. Aktion Club advisor Liz Magby and Valley Haven’s
Shelby Flakes assisted with the clean-up project. The Aktion Club members are very proud to help make Alabama
beautiful. Shown with the many bags of trash collected are
Aktion Club Members; Ed Ramsey, Jessica Sullivan, Will
Bailey, Edith Davis, Andy Price and Lynn Pitts on the front
row. Jeff Pitts, Tawonna Willis, Bobby Edwards, Tristan
Ross and Valley Haven Staff Shelby Flakes on the back
row.
Speedskil/McKay
Chelsea Langley won first
place in her showmanship
class at the Alabama
Sarah Parker with her Reserve Champion Shorthorn heifer
Junior Beef Expo.
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THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016 Page 5B
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
Default having been made in
the payment of that certain Note
and in the terms of that certain
Mortgage & Security Agreement
executed by DeArbor, LLC, an Alabama limited liability company,
to Private Capital Group Diversified Fund, LLC, dated the 12th
day of October, 2012, which Mortgage was recorded in the Office of
the Judge of Probate of Tuscaloosa
County, Alabama, in Mortgage
Book 2012, at Page 72363; said
Mortgage having been also
recorded in the Office of the Judge
of Probate of Bibb County, Alabama, in RPB Book 273, at Page
511; said Mortgage having been
also recorded in the Office of the
Judge of Probate of Chambers
County, Alabama, as Instrument
No. 2012-3751; said Mortgage
having been also recorded in the
Office of the Judge of Probate of
Cullman County, Alabama, in
Mortgage Book 1689, at Page 868.
The undersigned Cache Private
Capital Diversified Fund, LLC as
successor to Private Capital Group
Diversified Fund, LLC will, under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said Mortgage, sell at
auction to the highest bidder for
cash before the main entrance of
the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse in the City of Tuscaloosa,
Alabama, during the legal hours of
sale on May 17, 2016, the real
property described in said Mortgage, which said description is
hereby referred to and made a part
hereof, said property being situated in Tuscaloosa, Cullman,
Chambers and Bibb Counties, Alabama, to-wit:
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, ALABAMA
A parcel of land lying and
being in the Northeast Quarter of
Northwest Quarter of Section 11,
Township 22 South, Range 10
West, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, being more particularly described as follows: Commence at
the northwest corner of said Section 11; thence southerly along the
west boundary of said Section 11
a distance of 40.13 feet; thence
with a deflection angle left of 86
degrees 03 minutes 15 seconds run
easterly a distance of 1,940.68 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue easterly along the south
right of way margin of Mimosa
Park Road (an 80.00 foot R.O.W.)
a distance of 150.00 feet; thence
with an interior angle of 83 degrees 26 minutes 39 seconds run
southerly a distance of 251.30 feet;
thence with an interior angle of 96
degrees 28 minutes 04 seconds run
westerly a distance of 150.00 feet;
thence with an interior angle of 83
degrees 31 minutes 34 seconds run
northerly a distance of 251.07 feet
to the Point of Beginning and there
forming a closing angle of 96 degrees 33 minutes 43 seconds.
ALSO:
A parcel of land lying and
being in the North half of Northwest Quarter of Section 11, Township 22 South, Range 10 West,
Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
being more particularly described
as follows: Commence at the
northwest corner of said Section
11; thence southerly along the
west boundary of said Section 11
a distance of 40.13 feet; thence
with a deflection angle left of 86
degrees 03 minutes 15 seconds run
easterly a distance of 1,103.57 feet
to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue easterly along the south
right of way margin of Mimosa
Park Road (an 80 foot R.O.W.) a
distance of 837.11 feet; thence
with an interior angle of 83 degrees 26 minutes 59 seconds run
southerly a distance of 251.07 feet;
thence with an interior angle of
276 degrees 28 minutes 26 seconds run easterly a distance of
150.00 feet; thence with an interior
angle of 263 degrees 31 minutes
56 seconds run northerly a distance of 251.30 feet to the south
right of way margin of said Mimosa Park Road; thence with an
interior angle of 96 degrees 33
minutes 21 seconds run easterly
along said south right of way margin of Mimosa Park Road a distance of 426.35 feet to the west
right of way margin of 10th Avenue (a 50.00 foot R.O.W.); thence
with an interior angle of 83 degrees 39 minutes 08 second run
southerly along the said west right
of way margin of 10th Avenue a
distance of 516.63 feet to the
northeast corner of Lot 13 of Mimosa Highlands as recorded in
Plat Book 12, at Page 27, in the
Probate Office of Tuscaloosa
County, Alabama; thence with an
interior angle of 109 degrees 12
minutes 49 seconds run westerly
along the north boundary of said
Mimosa Highlands a distance of
409.74 feet to the northernmost
corner of Lot 10 of said Mimosa
Highlands; thence with an interior
angle of 241 degrees 19 minutes
03 seconds run southerly a distance of 128.41 feet to the northeast corner of Lot 9 of said
Mimosa Highlands; thence with
an interior angle of 77 degrees 09
minutes 09 seconds run westerly a
distance of 180.70 feet to the
northwest corner of said Lot 9;
thence with an interior angle of
292 degrees 00 minutes 23 seconds run southerly along the west
boundary of said Mimosa Highlands a distance of 156.67 feet to
the northeast corner of Lot 9 of
Jackson Crossing as recorded in
Plat Book 19, at Page 207, in the
Probate Office of Tuscaloosa
County, Alabama; thence with an
interior angle of 96 degrees 36
minutes 35 seconds run westerly
along the north boundary of said
Lot 5 to the Northeast corner of
Lot 6 of said Jackson Crossing for
a distance of 283.73 feet; thence
with an interior angle of 180 degrees 26 minutes 12 seconds continue westerly along the north
boundary of said Lot 6 and the
prolongation thereof a distance of
523.49 feet; thence with an interior
angle of 85 degrees 10 minutes 55
seconds run northerly a distance of
803.06 feet to the Point of Beginning and there forming a closing
angle of 94 degrees 25 minutes 04
seconds.
Situated in Tuscaloosa
County, Alabama.
CULLMAN COUNTY,
ALABAMA
A tract of land located in the
NW ¼ of NE ¼, Section 26,
Township 10 South, Range 3
West, Huntsville Meridian, Cullman County, Alabama, described
as being the NW ¼ of NE ¼, Section 26, Township 10 South,
Range 3 West less and except 15
feet evenly off the west side, said
tract or parcel being more particularly described as follows: Commence at a nail at the northwest
corner of said Section 26 at the intersection of Bolte Road, a 60 foot
county road, and Beech Avenue, a
40 foot county road; thence South
89 degrees, 29 minutes, 56 seconds East, 2638.80 feet to a nail in
Bolte Road at the northwest corner
of said NW ¼ of NE ¼; thence
South 89 degrees, 23 minutes, 50
seconds East, 15.00 feet to an iron
set (this iron and all irons hereafter
referred to as “set” are 5/8 inch diameter steel rods with red plastic
cap stamped AL.GEO.INC. CA0223-LS), the point of beginning;
thence South 00 degrees; 38 minutes, 04 seconds West, 1331.17
feet on a line 15 east of and parallel with the west line of said quarter-quarter section line to an iron
set on south line of said NW ¼ of
NE ¼ passing an iron set on the
south right-of-way limit of Bolte
Road at a distance of 31.10 feet;
thence South 89 degrees, 35 minutes, 26 seconds East, 1322.44 feet
along the south line of said quarter-quarter section line to an iron
set; thence North 00 degrees, 38
minutes, 04 seconds East, 1326.71
feet along the east line of said
quarter-quarter section line to a
nail found in Bolte Road at the
northeast corner of said NW ¼ of
NE ¼ passing an iron set on the
south right-of-way line of Bolte
Road at a distance of 1298.93 feet;
thence North 89 degrees, 23 minutes, 50 seconds West, 1307.43
feet along the north line of said
NW ¼ of NE ¼ to the point of beginning.
Situated in Cullman County,
Alabama.
CHAMBERS COUNTY,
ALABAMA
Commencing at the Southeast corner of Section 31, Township 22 North, Range 22 East,
Chambers County, Alabama;
thence North 01°00’00” West
615.00 feet; thence North
79°15’00” West 52.17 feet to the
Westerly right of way line of
Chambers County Road No. 182,
said point being the true POINT
OF BEGINNING of the parcel of
land herein described; thence leaving said right of way line; continue
North 79°15’00” West 1203.54
feet; thence North 10°38’49” East
1175.00 feet to the Southwesterly
right of way line of Alabama State
Highway No. 50 and Veterans Memorial Parkway; thence South
79°23’44” East along said right of
way line 986.62 feet to the intersection with the Westerly right of
way line of said Chambers County
Road No. 182; thence South
03°19’00” East along last mentioned right of way line, 438.99
feet; thence South 02°15’00” West
along said right of way line 760.03
feet to the true POINT OF BEGINNING. Said parcel of land
lying in Section 31, Township 22
North, Range 28 East, Chambers
County, Alabama.
BIBB COUNTY,
ALABAMA
Begin at point where the
North right of way line of U.S.
Highway 82 intersects the NorthSouth section line between Sections 29 and 28 of Township 23
North, Range 10 East, thence
Westerly along North right of way
boundary line of U.S. Highway 82
for 619 feet to concrete right of
way marker, thence North on a
line parallel with East section line
of Section 29, Township 23 South,
Range 10 East, for a distance of
370 ft., which point is the Northwest corner of property owned by
Pineland Memorial Park, Inc. as
described in book 60 of Deeds,
Page 442, Office of Judge of Probate, Bibb County, Alabama and
which point is the point of beginning of land being herein conveyed; thence North 704 ft. on a
line parallel to the East section line
of said Section 29, Township 23
South, Range 10 East, thence East
619 ft. to East section line of said
Section 29, thence South 704 ft.
along East section line of the said
Section 29, which point is the
Northeast corner of property now
owned by Pineland Memorial
Park, Inc., thence West 619 ft.
along the Northern border of property now owned by Pineland Memorial Park, Inc. to the point of
beginning of the property being
herein conveyed, all situated and
lying in Section 29, Township 23
South, Range 10 East, Bibb
County, Alabama, and consisting
of 10 acres more or less.
Point of beginning – point
where the North right of way
boundary line of U.S. Highway 82
intersects the North-South section
line between Sections 29 and 28 of
Township 23, Range 10 East,
thence West along North right of
way boundary line of U.S. Highway 82 for 619 feet to concrete
ROW marker, thence North on a
line parallel with the East section
line of Section 29, Township 23,
Range 10 East for a distance of
370 feet, thence East to section
line (619 feet) between Sections
29 and 28, Township 23, Range 10
East, thence South along said section line to North right of way
boundary line of U.S. Highway
82, the point of beginning, consisting of 5 acres more or less.
Less and except: Begin at
point where the North right of way
line of U.S. Highway 82 intersects
the North-South section line between Sections 29 and 28 of
Township 23 North, Range 10
East, thence Westerly along North
right of way boundary line of U.S.
Highway 82 for 619 feet to concrete right of way marker, thence
North on a line parallel with East
section line of Section 29, Township 23 North, Range 10 East, for
a distance of 370 feet, which point
is the Northwest corner of property formerly owned by Pineland
Memorial Park, Inc. as described
in Book 60 of Deeds, Page 442,
Office of Judge of Probate, Bibb
County, Alabama, thence continue
North 352 feet on a line parallel to
East section of said Section 29,
Township 23 North, Range 10
East to a point and which point is
the point of beginning, thence continue North 352 feet on a line parallel to East section of said Section
29, Township 23 North, Range 10
East, thence East 619 feet to East
section line of said Section 29,
Township 23 North, Range 10
East, thence South 352 feet along
East section line of said Section
29, Township 23 North, Range 10
East to a point, thence West 613
feet to point of beginning of the
property herein conveyed, all situated and lying in Section 29,
Township 23 North, Range 10
East, Bibb County, Alabama and
containing 5 acres, more or less.
A 25’ Easement for ingress
and egress beginning at point
where the North right of way line
of U.S. Highway 82 intersects the
North-South section line between
Sections 29 and 28 of Township
23 North, Range 10 East, thence
North along said North-South section line for a distance of 370 feet
to the point of beginning, said
point is the Northeast corner of
property formerly owned by
Pineland Memorial Park, Inc. as
described in Book 60 of Deeds,
Page 442, Office of Judge of Probate, Bibb County, Alabama,
thence continue North along said
North-South section line for a distance of 352 feet, thence West for
a distance of 25 feet, thence South
along a line parallel to said NorthSouth section line for a distance of
352 feet to a point on the North
boundary line of said property formerly owned by Pineland Memorial Park, Inc., thence East along
said North boundary line for a distance of 25 feet to the point of beginning of said 25’ Easement for
ingress and egress, all situated and
lying in Section 29, Township 23
North, Range 10 East, Bibb
County.
ADDITIONAL PROPERTY:
Each of the properties in
Tuscaloosa, Cullman, Chambers
and Bibb Counties, Alabama are
being sold together with the following: (b) Additional Land. All
additional lands, estates and development rights hereafter acquired
by Borrower for use in connection
with the Land and the development of the Land that may, from
time to time, by supplemental
mortgage or otherwise be expressly made subject to the lien of
this Security Instrument; (c) Improvements. The buildings, structures,
fixtures,
additions,
enlargements, extensions, modifications, repairs, replacements and
improvements now or hereafter
erected or located on the Land (the
"Improvements"); (d) Easements.
All easements, rights-of-way or
use, rights, strips and gores of
land, streets, ways, alleys, passages, sewer rights, water, water
courses, water rights and powers,
air rights and development rights,
and all estates, rights, titles, interests, privileges, liberties, servitudes, tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances of any nature
whatsoever, in any way now or
hereafter belonging, relating or
pertaining to the Land and the Improvements and the reversion and
reversions, remainder and remainders, and all land lying in the bed
of any street, road or avenue,
opened or proposed, in front of or
adjoining the Land, to the center
line thereof and all the estates,
rights, titles, interests, dower and
rights of dower, curtesy and rights
of curtesy, property, possession,
claim and demand whatsoever,
both at law and in equity, of Borrower of, in and to the Land and
the Improvements and every part
and parcel thereof, with the appurtenances thereto; (e) Fixtures and
Personal Property. All machinery,
equipment, fixtures (including, but
not limited, to all heating, air conditioning, plumbing, lighting,
communications and elevator fixtures) and other property of every
kind and nature whatsoever owned
by Borrower, or in which Borrower has or shall have an interest,
now or hereafter located upon the
Land and the Improvements, or
appurtenant thereto, and usable in
connection with the present or future operation and occupancy of
the Land and the Improvements
and all building equipment, materials and supplies of any nature
whatsoever owned by Borrower,
or in which Borrower has or shall
have an interest, now or hereafter
located upon the Land and the Improvements, or appurtenant
thereto, or usable in connection
with the present or future operation and occupancy of the Land
and the Improvements (collectively, the "Personal Property"),
including the right, title and interest of Borrower in and to any of
the Personal Property which may
be subject to any security interests,
as defined in the Uniform Commercial Code, as adopted and enacted by the state or states where
any of the Property is located (the
"Uniform Commercial Code"), superior in lien to the lien of this Security Instrument, and all proceeds
and products of all of the above;
(f) Leases and Rents. All leases,
subleases and other agreements af-
fecting the use, enjoyment or occupancy of the Land and/or the
Improvements heretofore or hereafter entered into (and all extensions,
amendments
and
modifications thereto), whether
before or after the filing by or
against Borrower of any petition
for relief under Creditors Rights
Laws (the "Leases") and all right,
title and interest of Borrower, its
successors and assigns therein and
thereunder, including, without limitation, all guarantees, letters of
credit and any other credit support
given by any guarantor, cash or securities deposited under the Lease
to secure the performance by the
lessees of their obligations thereunder and all rents, additional
rents, revenues, issues and profits
(including all oil and gas or other
mineral royalties and bonuses)
from the Land and the Improvements whether paid or accruing
before or after the filing by or
against Borrower of any petition
for relief under the Creditors
Rights Laws (the "Rents") and all
proceeds from the sale or other
disposition of the Leases and the
right to receive and apply the
Rents to the payment of the Debt;
(g) Insurance Proceeds. All proceeds of and any unearned premiums on any insurance policies
covering the Property, including,
without limitation, the right to receive and apply the proceeds of
any insurance, judgments, or settlements made in lieu thereof, for
damage to the Property; (h) Condemnation Awards. All awards or
payments, including interest
thereon, which may heretofore and
hereafter be made with respect to
the Property, whether from the exercise of the right of eminent domain (including, but not limited to
any transfer made in lieu of or in
anticipation of the exercise of the
right), or for a change of grade, or
for any other injury to or decrease
in the value of the Property; (i) Tax
Certiorari. All refunds, rebates or
credits in connection with a reduction in real estate taxes and assessments charged against the
Property as a result of tax certiorari or any applications or proceedings for reduction; (j)
Conversion. All proceeds of the
conversion, voluntary or involuntary, of any of the foregoing including, without limitation,
proceeds of insurance and condemnation awards, into cash or
liquidation claims; (k) Actions or
Proceedings. The right, in the
name and on behalf of Borrower,
to appear in and defend any action
or proceeding brought with respect
to the Property and to commence
any action or proceeding to protect
the interest of Lender in the Property; (l) Other Agreements. All
agreements, contracts (including,
without limitation, any and all interest rate cap agreements, swaps
or other interest hedging agreements), certificates, instruments,
franchises, permits, licenses,
plans, specifications and other
documents, now or hereafter entered into, and all rights therein
and thereto, respecting or pertaining to the use, occupation, construction,
management
or
operation of the Land and any part
thereof and any Improvements or
respecting any business or activity
conducted on the Land and any
part thereof and all right, title and
interest of Borrower therein and
thereunder, including, without limitation, the right, upon the occurrence and during the continuance
of an Event of Default, to receive
and collect any sums payable to
Borrower thereunder; (m) Intangibles. All accounts, escrows, chattel
paper, deposits, trade names,
trademarks, servicemarks, logos,
copyrights, goodwill, books and
records and all other general intangibles related to or used in connection with the operation of the
Property; (n) Causes of Action. All
causes of action and claims against
any Person (including without limitation, all causes of action or
claims arising in tort, by contract
or for fraud or concealment of material fact) for damages or injury to
the Property or in connection with
any transaction financed in whole
or in part by the proceeds of the
Loan ("Causes of Action"); and (o)
Other Rights. Any and all other
rights of Borrower in and to the
Property.
This sale is made for the purpose of realizing the mortgage
debt, together with all expenses of
the sale, including a reasonable attorney's fee.
entrance of the Courthouse at
LaFayette, Chambers County, Alabama, on June 23, 2016, during
the legal hours of sale, all of its
right, title, and interest in and to
the following described real estate,
situated in Chambers County, Alabama, to-wit:
Lot Number 13, Block A,
Victory Heights Subdivision, as
shown by plat recorded in Plat
Book 2, Page 29, in the Office of
the Judge of Probate of Chambers
County, Alabama. Said plat is
made a part hereof by reference.
Property street address for
informational purposes:
824
South 10th Street, Lanett, AL
36863
THIS PROPERTY WILL
BE SOLD ON AN "AS IS,
WHERE IS" BASIS, SUBJECT
TO ANY EASEMENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED IN THE
MORTGAGE AND THOSE
CONTAINED
IN
THE
RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF
THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF
THE COUNTY WHERE THE
ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPERTY IS SITUATED. THIS
PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD
WITHOUT WARRANTY OR
RECOURSE, EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED AS TO TITLE, USE
AND/OR ENJOYMENT AND
WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO
THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION
OF ALL PARTIES ENTITLED
THERETO.
Alabama law gives some
persons who have an interest in
property the right to redeem the
property under certain circumstances. Programs may also exist
that help persons avoid or delay
the foreclosure process. An attorney should be consulted to help
you understand these rights and
programs as a part of the foreclosure process.
This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebtedness
secured by said mortgage, as well
as the expenses of foreclosure.
The Mortgagee/Transferee
reserves the right to bid for and
purchase the real estate and to
credit its purchase price against
the expenses of sale and the indebtedness secured by the real estate.
This sale is subject to postponement or cancellation.
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Mortgagee/Transferee
Ginny Rutledge
SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C.
P. O. Box 55727
Birmingham, AL 35255-5727
Attorney for Mortgagee/Transferee
www.sirote.com/foreclosures
383690
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Amanda Michelle Chandler was
appointed as Administratrix of the
above estate on April 12, 2016.
Persons having claims against the
estate are notified to file the same
within the time required by law or
the claims will be barred.
Amanda Michelle Chandler
Administratrix
JOHN BEN JONES
Attorney for Estate
P.O. Box 386
Lanett, Alabama 36863
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NOTICE OF HEARING
IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
GLENDA V. SHERIDAN,
DECEASED
FILE NUMBER: 2016-00047
Notice is hereby given to
Marian Grant, whose whereabouts
are unknown, and any other persons interested in the estate that a
hearing upon the petition of Morris Lee Gregory seeking to probate
a writing purporting to be the last
will of the above deceased will be
held before this Court on May 24,
2016 at 11:00 a.m. central time.
Brandy C. Easlick
Judge of Probate
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NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
JOHNNIE MILES MARR,
DECEASED
FILE NUMBER: 2016-00056
Notice is hereby given that
Rebekah Anne Marr Flanary was
appointed as Executrix of the last
will of the above deceased by this
Court on April 13th, 2016. Persons
having claims against the estate
are notified to file the same within
the time required by law or the
claims will be barred.
Rebekah Anne Marr Flanary
Executrix
JOHN BEN JONES
Attorney for Estate
P.O. Box 386
Lanett, Alabama 36863
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NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
Heggard I. Belcher Deceased.
CASE NO.: 2016-00042
Letters Testamentary on the Estate
of Heggard I. Belcher, deceased,
having been granted to Carey E.
Belcher, Executor, on the 11th day
of April, 2016, by the Judge of
Probate of said County, notice is
hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate, are
hereby required to present the
same within the time allowed by
law, or the same will be barred.
Carey E. Belcher, Executor
Hon. William I. Whorton
Attorney for the Estate
4309 20th Avenue
Valley, Alabama 36854
Ph: 334-756-0460
RUSHTON, STAKELY, JOHNSTON
& GARRETT, P.A.
J. Ladd Davis
184 Commerce Street
Montgomery, Alabama 36104
Our File No.: 9562-0001
ATTORNEYS FOR MORTGAGEE CACHE
PRIVATE
CAPITAL DIVERSIFIED FUND,
LLC
MORTGAGEE
(To be published in The Lafayette
Sun, Lafayette, Alabama, on April
13, 2016, April 20, 2016, April 27,
2016, May 4, 2016.)
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MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
Default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness
secured by that certain mortgage
executed by DeTamera T. McCray-Perkins fka DeTamera T.
McCray, a married woman, originally in favor of Flag Bank, on the
29th day of May, 2002, said mortgage recorded in the Office of the
Judge of Probate of Chambers
County, Alabama, in Instrument
Number 2002-2808; the undersigned Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., as
Mortgagee/Transferee, under and
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will sell
at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the main
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NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
RAYFORD DONALD MILES,
DECEASED
FILE NUMBER: 2016-00043
Notice is hereby given that
Susan Miles Loy was appointed as
Executrix of the last will of the
above deceased by this Court on
April 12, 2016. Persons having
claims against the estate are notified to file the same within the
time required by law or the claims
will be barred.
Susan Loy Miles
Executrix
JOHN BEN JONES
Attorney for Estate
P.O. Box 386
Lanett, Alabama 36863
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NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
JOHN KEITH SMITH,
DECEASED
FILE NUMBER: 2016-00045
Notice is hereby given that
NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF ALABAMA
COURT OF PROBATE
CHAMBERS COUNTY
CASE NO. 2016-00050
Re: Mack Robert Bolton, deceased
Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the
undersigned on the 12th day of
April, 2016, by the Honorable
Brandy C. Easlick, Judge of Probate Court of Chambers County,
Alabama, notice is hereby given
that all persons having claims
against said estate are hereby required to present the same within
time allowed by law or the same
will be barred.
Johnny Mack Bolton
Joyce Suzanne Jones
E. Drexel Meadors
Attorney at Law
P. O. Box 53
West Point, GA 31833
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NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: PATSY LEE ELLIOTT, Deceased
CASE NO. 2015-00024
TAKE NOTICE THAT Letters Testamentary having been
granted to KRISTY ROWLAND,
ASHLEY NICOLE DUTTON
AND JAMES WESLEY DUTTON as Co-Administrators of the
Estate of PATSY LEE ELLIOT,
deceased on the 14th day of October 2014, by the Honorable
Brandy C. Easlick, Probate Judge.
NOTICE IS HEREBY given
that all persons having claims
against the said estate are hereby
required to present the same
within the time allowed by law or
the same will be barred.
Estate of PATSY LEE ELLIOT
By: Andrew L. Maddox
Attorney for the Estate
9 LaFayette Street North
LaFayette, AL 36862
(334) 459 0319
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NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
MILLEDGE E. CROOK,
DECEASED
ESTATE NO.: 2016-00060
Letters of Administration on
the Estate of Milledge E. Crook,
deceased, having been granted to
the undersigned on the 13th day of
April, 2016, by the Honorable
Brandy Easlick, Judge of Probate
of Chambers County, Alabama,
notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present
the same within the time allowed
by law, or the same will be barred.
Christopher A. Tomlinson, Personal Representative
PREPARED BY:
Christopher A. Tomlinson
Post Office Box 1835
Auburn, Alabama 36831
Ph. (334) 209-1444
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NOTICE OF HEARING ON
PROBATE OF WILL
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY
STATE OF ALABAMA
IN THE MATTER
THE ESTATE OF
SYLVIA
WORD
McCULLOUGH,
Deceased
CASE NO.2016-00055
TO: ALL HEIRS AT LAW OF
SYLVIA
WORD
McCULLOUGH, deceased
You are hereby notified that
on March 31, 2016, Patsy B.
McKenzie filed in the Probate
Court of Chambers County, Alabama, a petition for the probate of
record in this Court of a certain
paper writing, purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of Sylvia
Word McCullough, deceased, and
on that day, said Will was filed in
said Probate Court. Said petition
states that you are an heir at law
and next of kin of the deceased.
The 24TH day of May, 2016, at
See NOTICES Page 6B
Page 6B THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016
(Continued From Page 5B)
10:00 o'clock a.m. has been set
and appointed as the day for the
hearing of said petition, and the
taking of testimony in support
thereof, at which time you can appear and contest the same if you
see proper.
WITNESS my hand this 13th day
of April, 2016.
Brandy C. Easlick
JUDGE OF PROBATE
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NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE
Default having been made in
the payment of the indebtedness
secured by that certain mortgage
dated November 15, 2006, executed by Steven Phillips and Amy
Phillips, husband and wife, to
Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc. solely as nominee
for Freedom Mortgage Corporation, which mortgage was
recorded on November 21, 2006,
in Document No. 2006-5975, of
the mortgage records in the Office
of the Judge of Probate of Chambers County, Alabama, which
mortgage was, duly transferred
and assigned to JPMorgan Chase
Bank, N. A., notice is hereby given
that pursuant to law and the power
of sale contained in said mortgage,
the undersigned will sell at public
outcry, to the highest bidder for
cash, in front of the Main entrance
to the Chambers County Courthouse at Lafayette, Alabama, during the legal hours of sale on July
6, 2016, the following described
real estate, situated in Chambers
County, Alabama, to-wit:
Lot Number 6, Waterford
Subdivision, Section One, according to a plat of said subdivision
recorded in Plat Cabinet “E”, Slide
1, in the Office of the Judge of
Probate of Chambers County, Alabama. Said Plat is included herein
by reference.
The above described property is subject to the restrictive
covenants, easements, and rights
of way of record in said county affecting said described property.
This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebtedness
secured by said mortgage as well
as expenses of foreclosure. This
property will be sold on an “as is,
where is” basis, subject to any
easements, encumbrances, and exceptions reflected in the mortgage
and those contained in the records
of the office of the Judge of Probate of the County where the
above-described property is situated. This property will be sold
without warranty or recourse, expressed or implied as to condition,
title, use and/or enjoyment and
will be sold subject to the right of
redemption of all parties entitled
thereto.
Alabama law gives some
persons who have an interest in
property the right to redeem the
property under certain circumstances. Programs may also exist
that help persons avoid or delay
the foreclosure process. An attorney should be consulted to help
you understand these rights and
programs as a part of the foreclosure process.
JPMorgan Chase Bank, National
Association
Transferee
Robert J. Wermuth/mgw
Stephens Millirons, P.C.
P.O. Box 307
Huntsville, Alabama 35804
Attorney for Mortgagee
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CHAMBERS COUNTY
COMMISSION
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed Bids are currently
being accepted to repair and resurface the LaFayette Courthouse
Annex TPO roof membrane.
Scope of work includes cleaning,
repairing and resurfacing all field
membrane, parapet wall membrane, equipment curbing membrane, and exposed HVAC duct
work with approved Elastomeric
Roof Coatings. Additional work
includes extending all HVAC condensation lines to drain directly
into roof drains, and sealing one
section of brick wall with Elastomeric coating. Qualified contractors must have a minimum five
years roof coating experience and
a proven track record of similar
projects.
Contact Chambers
County Administrator, Regina
Chambers, or Ron Sessions, Maintenance Department Head for full
specifications and a bid package.
CHAMBERS COUNTY COMMISSION
#2
SOUTH
LAFAYETTE
STREET
LAFAYETTE, AL 36862
(334) 864-4341
PLEASE SUBMIT BIDS BY
MAY 16, 2016. NO LATER
THAN 10:00 A.M. CST
ATTN:
REGINA
CHAMBERS
COURTHOUSE ROOF BIDS
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STATE OF ALABAMA
CHAMBERS COUNTY
MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE NOTICE
Default having been made in
the terms of a mortgage executed
to Charter Federal Savings and
Loan Association by Elaine Wilkerson, a married woman, on the
28th day of June, 1996, which said
mortgage is recorded in the Office
of the Judge of Probate of Chambers County, Alabama, in Mortgage Volume 602, Page 218, and
said default continuing, the undersigned, CharterBank, formerly
known as Charter Federal Savings
and Loan Association, will sell at
public outcry, for cash, to the high-
est bidder, in front of the courthouse door of said County between the legal hours of sale, on
the 18th day of May, 2016, the following described property, to-wit:
Lot No. 3, in Block No. 30,
of the Fairfax Mill Village, according to a map or plat prepared by
Clarence J. White, Jr., Engr.,
recorded in Map Book 3, at Pages
26, 27 and 28, in the Office of the
Judge of Probate of Chambers
County, Alabama. Said plat is included herein by reference.
Subject to those certain restrictions more particularly set out
in that certain deed recorded in
Deed Vol. 163, Page 917, in the
Office of the Judge of Probate of
Chambers County, Alabama.
Said sale is for the purpose
of paying the unpaid principal on
said mortgage, interest and attorney’s fees as provided in said
mortgage, expenses of advertising,
selling, conveying, and all other
costs that may have accrued.
This done on this the 22nd
day of April, 2016.
CharterBank, formerly known as
Charter Federal Savings and Loan
Association
By: Claud E. (Skip) McCoy, Jr.
Attorney for CharterBank
117 North Lanier Avenue, Suite
201
Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 644-1171
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NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT TO BE
PUBLISHED BY
ADMINISTRATOR OR
EXECUTOR
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN THE MATTER OF
ROBERT CLYDE JOHNS, JR.,
Deceased,
CASE NO.
2016-00015
Letters of Administration of
said deceased having been granted
to the undersigned on the 19th day
of April, 2016, by the Hon. Brandy
Easlick, Judge of the Probate
Court of Chambers County, notice
is hereby given that all persons
having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present the
same within time allowed by law
or the same will be barred.
HON. BRANDY EASLICK
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NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF THELMA W. POOL,
DECEASED
CASE NO. 2016-00030
Letters Testamentary on the
estate of Thelma W. Pool, deceased, having been granted to
Joyce Fingerhut, Terry Lambert
and Walda Malone on the 25th day
of April, 2016, by the Hon. Brandy
C. Easlick, Judge of Probate Court
of Chambers County, Alabama,
notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present
the same within time allowed by
law or the same will be barred.
Joyce Fingerhut, as Joint Executor
of the Estate of Thelma W. Pool,
deceased
Terry Lambert, as Joint Executor
of the Estate of Thelma W. Pool,
deceased
Walda Malone, as Joint Executor
of the Estate of Thelma W. Pool,
deceased
Joseph M. Tucker
Attorney for the Estate
P. O. Box 90
LaFayette, AL 36862
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NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF
COMPLAINT TO
ESTABLISH TITLE TO
REAL PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
JOHN C. CLEVELAND,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. CV 2016–900049.00
vs.
TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND
IN CHAMBERS
COUNTY, ALABAMA CONTAINING 72 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS, ET ALS,
Defendants
TO: Gwendolyn F. Tyler and her
heirs or devisees, if deceased, and
any and all persons claiming or reputed to claim any title, interest in,
lien or encumbrance to the lands
described below.
NOTICE is hereby given
that John C. Cleveland has filed
his verified Complaint in the Circuit Court of Chambers County,
Alabama against the above named
Defendant and against any and all
persons claiming any title to, interest in, lien or encumbrances upon
the property described below for
the purpose of establishing the title
of said lands, to clear up all doubts
and disputes concerning the same.
All persons claiming any title, interest in, lien or encumbrance in
said lands described below shall
have thirty (30) days from the date
of the last publication of this Notice to answer the Complaint, or,
thereafter, a judgment by default
may be entered against them. The
property affected by this Notice is
described in the Complaint and is
described as follows:
TRACT OR PARCEL OF
LAND IN CHAMBERS
COUNTY, ALABAMA CONTAINING 72 ACRES, MORE
OR LESS, AND DESCRIBED
AS
FOLLOWS:
The Southwest Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter, and the
West half of the Southeast Quarter
of the Southwest Quarter, and the
South half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, and
six (6) acres off of the Southwest
corner of the Northeast Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter, all in Section 34, Township 24, Range 26,
situated in Chambers County, Alabama, containing eighty-six (86)
acres, more or less, and being
bounded in 1957 as follows: On
the North by lands of J.S. Tucker
Estate; on the East by lands of
Morris G. Daniel; on the South by
lands of Lewis Finney; and being
the lands that were seized and possessed by Hiram K. Crawford at
the time of his death. The above
described property being that conveyed by S.M. Wilson and Minnie
Wilson to Ida Mae Allen by deed
dated July 17, 1957 recorded in
Deed Volume 138, at Page 291, in
the Office of the Judge of Probate
of Chambers County, Alabama.
LESS AND EXCEPT THE
FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED PARCELS:
LESS AND EXCEPTED PARCEL ONE:
Begin at the Northwest corner of the South half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest
Quarter of Section 34, Township
24 North, Range 26 East, and proceed North 88 degrees 45 minutes
East for 400 feet to a point on the
easterly margin of the MilltownChapel Hill County blacktopped
road; thence continue along said
margin of said road, South 01 degree 15 minutes East for 400 feet
and South 04 degrees 43 minutes
East for 260 feet to the point of beginning of the parcel to be described; thence continue along
said margin of said road, South 11
degrees 45 minutes West for 210
feet to a point for a corner; thence
proceed North 88 degrees 45 minutes East for 210 feet to a point for
a corner; thence proceed North 11
degrees 45 minutes West for 210
feet to a point for a corner; thence
proceed South 88 degrees 45 minutes West for 210 feet to the point
of beginning of the parcel herein
described. Said excepted parcel
contains 1.0 acre and is the same
conveyed by Idea Mae Allen to
Myles Bailey and Annie Maude
Bailey by deed dated March 15,
1974 recorded in Deed Volume
198, at Page 143, in the Office of
the Judge of Probate of Chambers
County, Alabama.
EXCEPTED PARCEL TWO:
Begin at the Northwest corner of the South half of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest
Quarter of Section 34, Township
24 North, Range 26 East, and proceed North 88 degrees 45 minutes
East for 400 feet to a point on the
easterly margin of a county blacktopped road; thence continue
along said margin of said road,
South 01 degree 15 minutes East
for 400 feet to a point; thence continue along said margin of said
road South 02 degrees 25 minutes
East for 50 feet to the point of beginning of the parcel to be described; thence continue along a
curve in said margin of said road
in a southeasterly direction (chord
bearing South 04 degrees 45 minutes East) for 210 feet to a point
for a corner; thence proceed North
88 degrees 45 minutes East for
210 feet to a point for a corner;
thence proceed North 04 degrees
45 minutes West for 210 feet to a
point for a corner; thence proceed
South 88 degrees 45 minutes West
for 210 feet to the point of beginning of the parcel herein described. Said excepted parcel
contains 1.0 acre and is the same
conveyed by Ida Mae Allen to
John E. Burton and Sirether Burton by deed dated November 16,
1977 and recorded in Deed Volume 212, at Page 337, in the Office of the Judge of Probate of
Chambers County, Alabama.
EXCEPTED PARCEL THREE:
Commencing at a point
where the East line of the West
half of the Southeast Quarter of
the Southwest Quarter intersects
county dirt road, Section 34,
Township 24 North, Range 26
East, Chambers County, Alabama;
thence southwesterly along center
of dirt road, 897.8 feet to a point;
thence North 20 feet to a point on
the North margin of right of way,
said point being the point of beginning of a parcel of land herein to
be described; thence continue
along said right of way southwesterly, 210 feet to a point; thence
leave said right of way and run
North 08 degrees 30 minutes East,
210 feet to a point; thence run
northeasterly, 210 feet to a point;
thence South 08 degrees 30 minutes West for 210 feet to the point
of beginning. Said excepted parcel contains 1.0 acre and is the
same conveyed by Ida Mae Allen
to Mattie C. Whitlow by deed
dated August 14, 1987 and
recorded in Deed Volume 252, at
Page 89, in the Office of the Judge
of Probate of Chambers County,
Alabama.
E X CEPTED PARCEL FOUR:
Commencing at the point
where the North line of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest
Quarter of Section 34, Township
24 North, Range 26 East, Chambers County, Alabama intersects
the easterly margin of the eighty
(80) foot right of way of Chambers
County Road Number 158; thence
proceed South 10 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds East along said
right of way for a distance of 210
feet to the South line of the Miles
Bailey property; thence proceed
South 06 degrees 57 minutes 07
seconds East for a distance of
873.08 feet to a point on the westerly margin of Chambers County
Road Number 158, which said
point is the point of beginning of
the parcel to be described herein;
thence proceed South 87 degrees
09 minutes 15 seconds West for a
distance of 207.56 feet; thence
proceed South 03 degrees 13 minutes 26 seconds East for a distance
of 211.19 feet; thence proceed
North 85 degrees 55 minutes 55
seconds East for a distance of
209.38 feet; thence proceed North
03 degrees 43 minutes 27 seconds
West along the westerly margin of
Chambers County Road Number
158 to the point of beginning. Said
excepted parcel contains 1.0 acre
and is the same conveyed by Ida
Mae Allen to Victor Ward and
Beverly Ward by deed dated June
30, 1992 and recorded in Deed
Volume 296, at Page 169, in the
Office of the Judge of Probate of
Chambers County, Alabama.
EXCEPTED PARCEL FIVE:
Begin at the Southwest corner of Section 34, Township 24
North, Range 26 East, Chambers
County, Alabama, and proceed
thence South 87 degrees 37 minutes 20 seconds East for a distance
of 1,718.82 feet to an iron pin
which is the point of beginning of
the parcel herein conveyed; thence
proceed North 02 degrees 22 minutes 40 seconds East for a distance
of 331.04 feet to an iron pin for a
corner on the southerly right of
way of an unnamed public road;
thence proceed North 70 degrees
17 minutes 17 seconds East along
said right of way for a distance of
20.98 feet to a point; thence proceed North 70 degrees 48 minutes
16 seconds East along said right of
way for a distance of 231.80 feet
to an iron pin for a corner; thence
proceed South 02 degrees 22 minutes 40 seconds East for a distance
of 424.16 feet to an iron pin for a
corner; thence proceed North 87
degrees 37 minutes 20 seconds
West for a distance of 235.10 feet
to the point of beginning. Said excepted parcel contains 2.038 acres
and is the same conveyed by Ida
Mae Allen to Larry Woody and
Sadie Woody by deed dated August 11, 1993 and recorded in
Deed Volume 310, at Page 337, in
the Office of the Judge of Probate
of Chambers County, Alabama.
EXCEPTED PARCEL SIX:
Begin at the intersection of
the North right of way of County
Road 161 and the East right of
way of County Road 158, and
proceed thence North 52 degrees
47 minutes 56 seconds West for a
distance of 107.45 feet to an iron
pin, which is the point of beginning; from said point of beginning,
proceed South 87 degrees 09 minutes 07 seconds West for a distance of 207.69 feet to an iron pin;
thence North 03 degrees 13 minutes 22 seconds West for a distance of 107.92 feet to an iron pin;
thence North 88 degrees 02 minutes 20 seconds East for a distance of 201.31 feet to an iron pin
on the East right of way of County
Road 158; thence South 06 degrees 43 minutes 36 seconds East
along said right of way for a distance of 105.04 feet to the said
point of beginning. Said excepted
parcel contains 0.500 acres and is
the same conveyed by Selena M.
Ward, as Administratrix of the Estate of Ida Mae Allen to Victor
Ward and Beverly Ward by deed
dated May 12, 1995 and recorded
in Deed Volume 337, at Page 191,
in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Chambers County, Alabama.
DONE this the 29th day of
April, 2016.
/s/ TOM F. YOUNG, JR.
CIRCUIT JUDGE
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NOTICE OF FILING OF
BILL TO QUIET TITLE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
JOSEPH LYNN JOHNSON,
Plaintiff,
v.
Case Number CV-20016-900050
COMMENCING AT A RAILROAD SPIKE AT THE CENTERLINE INTERSECTION OF
BURNEY ROAD AND 26TH
AVENUE; THENCE NORTH 08
DEGREES 49 MINUTES 00 SEC
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 245.00
FEET TO A POINT ON THE
EASTERLY MARGIN OF 26TH
AVENUE, SAID POINT BEING
THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
FROM SAID POINT OF BEGINNING ALONG SAID EASTERLY MARGIN NORTH 05
DEGREES
13 MINUTES 17 SECONDS
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 99.89
FEET; THENCE LEAVING
SAID EASTERLY MARGIN
SOUTH 80 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 203.12 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 05 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 42 SECONDS
WEST A DISTANCE
OF 28.44 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 05 DEGREE 50 MINUTES 58 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 21.44 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 82 DEGREES
19 MINUTES 01 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 172.16
FEET; THENCE NORTH 80
DEGREES 30 MINUTES 46
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 34.75 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; SAID DESCRIBED TRACT CONTAINING 0.369 ACRES, MORE OR
LESS.
and
FICTITIOUS
PARTIES
A,
B,
AND/OR C, INCLUDING ANY
PERSONS CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE REAL ESTATE
DESCRIBED ABOVE,
Defendants.
TO: THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS
AND
THEIR
HEIRS OR DEVISEES, whose
whereabouts are unknown and
which cannot be ascertained after
the exercise of reasonable diligence.
You are hereby notified that on the
25th day of April, 2016, a Com-
plaint to Quiet Title was filed in
the Circuit Court of Chambers
County, Alabama, and the following are the names of all parties to
the action:
1. Joseph Lynn Johnson;
2. COMMENCING AT A RAILROAD SPIKE AT THE CENTERLINE
INTERSECTION OF
BURNEY ROAD AND 26TH
AVENUE; THENCE NORTH
08 DEGREES 49 MINUTES 00
SEC EAST, A DISTANCE OF
245.00 FEET TO A POINT ON
THE EASTERLY MARGIN OF
26TH AVENUE, SAID POINT
BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING; FROM SAID POINT
OF BEGINNING ALONG SAID
EASTERLY MARGIN NORTH
05 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 17
SECONDS
EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 99.89 FEET;
THENCE LEAVING SAID
EASTERLY
MARGIN
SOUTH 80 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 56 SECONDS EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 203.12 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 05 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 42
SECONDS
WEST A DISTANCE OF 28.44
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 05 DEGREE
50 MINUTES 58
SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE
OF 21.44 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 82 DEGREES 19 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 172.16 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 80 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 46 SECONDS
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 34.75
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; SAID
D E SCRIBED
TRACT
CONTAINING 0.369 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS.
3. Fictitious Parties A, B, and/or C,
including any persons claiming
any interest in all or any portion of
the real estate described above.
And their heirs or devisees, if deceased, whose whereabouts are
unknown and which cannot be ascertained after the exercise of due
diligence, and who are believed to
claim some right, title, interest or
claim in and to the property described herein.
All persons having an interest in
said lands or any portion thereof,
claiming any title thereto or any
encumbrance or lien thereon, are
hereby directed to plead or otherwise answer the Complaint on or
before the 29th day of June, 2016,
else suffer judgment by default to
be rendered against them it being
intended that this notice shall be
used to perfect service against all
parties who cannot be personally
served with a copy of the Complaint.
/s/ Lisa Burdette
Lisa Burdette, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Chambers
County, Alabama
PREPARED BY:
AMY J. HIMMELWRIGHT
(HIM001)
Attorney for Plaintiff
DAVIDSON, DAVIDSON &
UMBACH, LLP
165 East Magnolia, Suite 203
Auburn, AL 36830
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PLIED AS TO TITLE, USE
AND/OR ENJOYMENT AND
WILL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO
THE RIGHT OF REDEMPTION
OF ALL PARTIES ENTITLED
THERETO.
This sale is made for the purpose of paying the indebtedness
secured by mortgage as well as the
expenses of foreclosure, including
a reasonable attorney's fees and
other purposes set out in said
mortgage.
The Bank of New York Mellon,
f/k/a The Bank of New York, as
trustee for Mid-State Capital Corporation 2004-1 Trust by Ditech
Financial LLC, as servicer with
delegated authority
Paul J. Spina, III
Attorney for Mortgagee
Spina, & Lavelle, P.C.
One Perimeter Park South-Suite
400N
Birmingham, Alabama 35243
(205) 298-1800
TO
BE
PUBLISHED:
05/04/2016, 05/11/2016 and
05/18/2016.
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NOTICE
Lafayette Housing Authority
is developing its FYB07/01/2016
to FB06/30/2017 Annual Plan in
accordance with the QHWRA of
1998. The plan will identify and
govern future administrative and
modernization activities. The Authority will begin a 45 day comment period on May 4, 2016.
Interested parties may review the
plan and offer comments during
business hours. Public Hearing
will be held on June 20, 2016 at
10:00 at the Lafayette Housing
Authority main admin office.
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Morrow & Nix, LLC
Attorneys for the Estate of
LYNDA JOYCE MORROW
P. O. Box 466
West Point, Georgia 31833
(706) 645-1381
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MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
Default having being made
in the payment of the indebtedness
secured by that certain mortgage
dated September 9, 2009, executed
by Barbara A. Magby, single, in
favor of Walter Mortgage Company, LLC, said Mortgage being
recorded October 5, 2009, in Document Number 2009-3986 in the
Office of the Judge of Probate of
Chambers County, Alabama; assigned to The Bank of New York
Mellon, f/k/a The Bank of New
York, as trustee for Mid-State
Capital Corporation 2004-1 Trust
by instrument recorded in the Office of the Judge of Probate of
Chambers County, Alabama. Said
default continues and notice is
hereby given that the undersigned,
The Bank of New York Mellon,
f/k/a The Bank of New York, as
trustee for Mid-State Capital Corporation 2004-1 Trust by Ditech
Financial LLC, as servicer with
delegated authority, under and by
virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder
for cash at the main entrance to the
County Courthouse, Chambers
County, Alabama on 06/03/2016,
during the legal hours of sale, the
following described real estate situated in Chambers County, Alabama, to-wit:
Lot 1 of Block C of the 2nd
Addition of Fairview Subdivision
as recorded in Map Book 4, Page
168 in Chambers County, Alabama.
THIS PROPERTY WILL
BE SOLD ON AN "AS-IS,
WHERE-IS" BASIS, SUBJECT
TO ANY EASEMENTS, ENCUMBRANCES, AND EXCEPTIONS REFLECTED IN THE
MORTGAGE AND THOSE
CONTAINED
IN
THE
RECORDS OF THE OFFICE OF
THE JUDGE OF PROBATE OF
THE COUNTY WHERE THE
ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROPERTY IS SITUATED. THIS
PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD
WITHOUT WARRANTY OR
RECOURSE, EXPRESS OR IM-
NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE YATES, DECEASED.
PROBATE FILE NO. 2016-00065
Letters Testamentary of said
deceased having been granted to
the undersigned on the 26th day of
April, 2016, by the Hon.
BRANDY EASLICK, Judge of
the Probate Court of CHAMBERS
County, notice is hereby given that
all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to
present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be
barred.
LINDA C. YATES
Morrow & Nix, LLC
Attorneys for the Estate of
GEORGE YATES
P. O. Box 466
West Point, Georgia 31833
(706) 645-1381
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NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
LYNDA JOYCE MORROW, DECEASED.
PROBATE FILE NO. 2016-00064
Letters Testamentary of said
deceased having been granted to
the undersigned on the 26TH day
of April, 2016, by the Hon.
BRANDY EASLICK, Judge of
the Probate Court of CHAMBERS
County, notice is hereby given that
all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to
present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be
barred.
STACEY B. WALLS
NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT
IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE THE ESTATE OF
SUSIE BLEDSOE BYRD,
DECEASED
FILE NUMBER: 2016-00066
Notice is hereby given that
Joann Cooper was appointed as
Executrix of the last will of the
above deceased by this Court on
April 26, 2016. Persons having
claims against the estate are notified to file the same within the
time required by law or the claims
will be barred.
Joann Cooper
Executrix
JOHN BEN JONES
Attorney for Estate
P.O. Box 386
Lanett, Alabama 36863
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NOTICE OF
APPOINTMENT TO BE
PUBLISHED BY
PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY
ESTATE OF
DONALD PERRY WILLIAMS
2016-00012
Letters Testamentary on the
estate of said deceased having
been granted to the undersigned on
the 27th day of April, 2016 by the
Hon. Brandy Easlick, Judge of the
Probate Court of Chambers
County, notice is hereby given that
all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby required to
present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be
barred.
JOHN DAVID SCOTT
Personal Representative for the
Estate of Donald Perry Williams
BARNES & RADNEY, P.C.
Attorneys for Personal Representative
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NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, STATE
OF ALABAMA
IN THE MATTER OF
THE ESTATE OF
VIOLET MAE TURNER, DECEASED
CASE NO: 2016-00070
LETTERS Testamentary for
See NOTICES Page 7B
THE LAFAYETTE SUN May 4, 2016 Page 7B
(Continued From Page 6B)
the estate of said deceased having
been granted to Linda Moseley, on
April 27, 2016, by the Honorable
Brandy Easlick, Judge of the Probate Court of Chambers County,
notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present
same within the time allowed by
law or the same will be barred.
Brandy Easlick
Judge of Probate
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NOTICE
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF
CHAMBERS COUNTY, ALABAMA
IN RE: The Estate of
GALEN NORTON
GREENWOOD, deceased
Case No.:2016-00075 Letters of
Administration on the estate of
GALEN NORTON GREENWOOD, deceased, having been
granted to MARKETTA MCCOY
on the 26th day of April, 2016, by
the Hon. Brandy Easlick, Judge of
Probate Court of Chambers
County, Alabama, notice is hereby
given that all persons having
claims against said estate are
hereby required to present the
same within time allowed by law
or the same will be barred.
Marketta McCoy as Administrator
of the Estate of Galen Norton
Greenwood deceased, by
Andrew L. Maddox
Attorney at Law
9 LaFayette Street North
LaFayette, AL 36862
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NOTICE OF
PUBLICATION
IN THE PROBATE COURT
CHAMBERS COUNTY
STATE OF ALABAMA
RE: ESTATE OF MARGARET
LEE FULLER, DECEASED:
CASE NO. 2016-00073
Letters Testamentary of said
deceased having been granted to
the undersigned on the 28th day
of April, 2016, by the Judge of
Probate Court of Chambers
County, Alabama, notice is hereby
given that all persons having
claims against said estate are
hereby required to present the
same within time allowed by law
or the same will be barred.
Claud E. (Skip) McCoy, Jr., Executor
Claud E. (Skip) McCoy, Jr., Esq.
Attorney for Executor
Johnson, Caldwell & McCoy,
LLC
117 North Lanier Avenue, Suite
201
Lanett, Alabama 36863
(334) 644-1171
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ORDINANCE NO. 440
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
CITY OF LAFAYETTE, ALABAMA, TO EXEMPT CERTAIN
“COVERED ITEMS” FROM
THE MUNICIPAL SALES AND
USE TAX.
DURING THE FIRST
WEEKEND (including Friday) of
August, 2016, AS AUTHORIZED
BY ACT 2006-574, GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS THE
STATE SALES TAX HOLIDAY
LEGISLATION.
BE IT ORDAINED by the
City Council of the City of
LaFayette, Alabama as follows:
SECTION ONE: In conformity with the provisions Act
2006-574 enacted by the Alabama
Legislature during the 2006 Regular Session, providing for a State
Sales Tax Holiday, the City of
LaFayette, Alabama, exempts
“covered items” from municipal
sales and use tax during the same
period, beginning at 12:01 a.m. on
the first Friday in August 2016
(August 5, 2016) and ending at
12:00 midnight the following Sunday (August 7, 2016).
SECTION TWO: This Ordinance shall be subject to all terms,
conditions, definitions, time periods, and rules as provided by Act
2006-574, except that the time period shall only be as specified in
Section 1 above and not for all
years thereafter.
SECTION THREE: The
City Clerk is hereby authorized
and directed to certify a copy of
this ordinance under the seal of the
City of LaFayette, Alabama, and
to forward said certified copy to
the Alabama Department of Revenue to be recorded and posted on
the Department website.
SECTION FOUR: This Ordinance shall become effective
July 1, 2016.
ADOPTED AND APPROVED
this 25th DAY OF APRIL 2016.
/s/Barry D. Moody
Barry D. Moody, Mayor
ATTEST:
/s/Louis T. Davidson
Louis T. Davidson,
City Clerk
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Community Briefs
OAK BOWERY UMC
CHICKEN BBQ
Oak Bowery Chicken
BBQ to be held May 7. 12
mi south of LaFayette/9 mi
north of Opelika High on
US Hwy 431 Serving from
10 a.m. to 2p.m.
UNION HILL NEIGHBORHOOD
WATCH
MEETING
The Union Hill Neighborhood Watch meeting
will be held on May 12 at
6:30 p.m. CST at The
Community Club. Everyone interested in this pro-
gram is urged to attend.
Everyone please bring a
covered dish to share and
enjoy with others. Hope to
see you there.
COMMUNITY
BAPTIST CHURCH
Community Baptist
Church, located at 1105
County
Road
62
LaFayette, Al. will begin
Wednesday night Prayer
Meeting Services at 6:00
CDT each week. Pastor,
Blain Turner and the members of the church welcome everyone to attend
and worship with us.
GRIEF
SUPPORT
GROUP
For anyone dealing
with the pain or loss and
feeling the need for support, a “Grief Support/Divorce
Recovery/Loss”
Group will meet every
Tuesday at Oak Bowery
United Methodist Church
beginning at 1:30-5:30
p.m. CST. For more information contact Pastor
Bill Parker at (334)4590214 or (706)518-9122. If
no answer please leave a
message. Contacts will be
held confidential. There
are no charges involved.
JACKSON MEMORIAL
BAPTIST CHURCH
Schedule
Come join us in fellowship at Jackson Memorial Baptist Church with
the new pastor Dr. Bobby
N. Duck. Sunday School 9:30 am CST. Morning
Worship - 10:30 am CST.
Wednesday Night Service
- 4:30 pm CST. Breakfast
is served every Sunday
starting at 8:00 a.m. CST
and is FREE. Everybody is
welcome to come. The
church is located at 3122
Co Rd 89 in LaFayette.
JUNETEENTH 2016
The Greater Valley
Juneteenth Committee is
accepting entries for the
2016 Juneteenth Community Festival which will be
held on Saturday, June 11.
Entries from non-profits,
exhibitors, churches and
service organizations are
welcomed and at no cost.
Entertainers – singers,
dancers, groups and sin-
gles, steppers, rappers, dramatic acts are also encourage to register in order to
perform on the Juneteenth
main stage. Crafters and
food vendors, selling products, must also register and
pay the respective fees
prior to May 1. Applications and more information
can be found at www.Juneteenthlanett.com.
For
more information contact:
Carmen McCoy at 706501-9069, Trudye Johnson
at 706-645-9419 or Dr.
Randy Kelley at 256-3901834.
Chambers County Extension News
By Ken McMillan-Chambers County Extension Coordinator
Raised-bed Community
Gardens Sprout Progress
A $48,000 Centers for
Disease Control grant,
awarded to and administered through Auburn University and the Alabama
Cooperative Extension System has sprouted progress
in LaFayette. Recently, Extension, the Chambers
County Sheriff’s Department, and several Chambers Academy students
worked together finishing
construction on twenty
raised-bed gardens at the
Chambers County Agricultural Center (photo). Soon,
Extension and community
members will construct
twenty similar raised-bed
plots near LaFayette High
School. According to Regional Extension Agent
Dani Carroll, each 4 foot by
8 foot garden bed is capable
of growing up to 500
pounds of produce per year.
Extension will provide educational session opportunities
to
garden
participants. Once completed, each bed will be assigned to a volunteer
individual or group willing
to plant and take care of the
garden plot. If demand outweighs supply, a waiting
list will prioritize new assignments as beds become
available.
“Successfully reflecting the community’s priorities
and
optimizing
available resources has
taken a sacrificial, team effort”, according to Chambers County Extension
Coordinator Ken McMillan. The Chambers County
Extension Office has
formed numerous partnerships, including community
members (forming the
Coalition), the City of
LaFayette,
Chambers
County Commission, Harmon Engineering, Chambers County Sheriff’s
Department,
Chambers
County Recreation Board,
Chambers County Techni-
cal Center, Chambers
County and City of
LaFayette
Attorneys,
Chambers County Highway Department, Auburn
University Department of
Landscape Architecture,
Chambers Academy, and 4H Junior Master Gardeners
from LaFayette High
School.
Recently, Extension
mailed a Survey titled
“2016 Outdoor Recreation
and Food Access Survey”
to 500 Chambers County
households in April 2016.
This is an opportunity for
Survey recipients to anonymously provide invaluable
feedback to state and
Chambers Office Extension
leaders to improve our
community’s access to outdoor recreation activities
and healthy food. Your par-
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