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3mmunity Section - Page 3 Costume Contest winners left to right were Michael Nerd, Katybell Glass as Queen Elsa, Kelly Long as Genie, Conerly as Nerdy Batman, Maggie Whitely and Meg Jena Freese as a Whoopi Cushion, Christy Fuller as Taco Whitely as The Incredibles, Kristopher Harmack as Bell Hot Sauce, Angie Jordan as The Biggest Loser, and Spiderman, Christian Absher as Spiderman, Martha Wynn Dakota Flint as Taco Bell Mild Sauce. and Tatum Courington as Witches, Jennah Glass as a ASCC Phi Theta Kappa Run draws 90 participants Ninety participants compet- ed as their favorite character, beloved superhero, or Halloveen personality in the first ' annual Build Your Character 5k Run/Walk pre- sented by Alabama Southern Community College's Phi Upsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. The course was in downtown Thomasville and the nearby vicinity. PTK officer Delaney Undrrwood commented, "Not man E people can say that they have: raced alongside super- heroes! I saw so many won- derflll costumes and cheerful faceg on race day. The atmos- pher was overwhelmingly positive, and I hope to see familiar faces next year• Thank you to all the individu- als who shared their time and contributions to support the Ronald McDonald House and Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society." There was also a costume contest for the participants• Proceeds will be used in part to fund a community service activity for Ronald McDonald House and to fund various activities held by Phi Upsilon Chapter. The 5k race results are below. "I was thrilled to see one of the overall winners to be a PTK member from Marion Military Institute! Two of the Singing Benefit to be held at County Line Baptist There will be a benefit singing event for James and Marilyn Morgan, held on Saturday night at 6 p.m. November 15 at Co u:nty Line Baptist Church, featuring the Glory Road Quartet. Pletse come out and support the cause. Refreshments will be serVed after the good gospel singing. best parts about being a mem- ber of this organization are the service projects we are able to offer the community and the networking we can do with other chapters," said PTK offi- cer Allison Gaillard. Phi Upsilon is currently col- lecting travel-sized toiletries and can tabs to donate to Ronald McDonald House when advisors, officers, and members prepare a meal for the residents on November 14th. The nursing department in Thomasville has already collected two large boxes of toiletries, and the chapter aims to collect at least ten large boxes to donate to residents. If you would like to donate toi- letries or can tabs, please deliver them to Dr. Melinda Byrd-Murphy on Monroeville campus, Mrs. Lee O. Conerly on Thomasville campus, and Ms. Shelia Skelton on Gilbertown campus by November 12th. County Extension Office to host Grant Writing, Fundraising workshop The Auburn University Economic & Community Development Institute in part- nership with Tuskegee University and the Marengo County Extension Office will be offering a Lunch and Learn workshop on Grant Writing and Fundraising. The presenters will be Matthew Ulmer and James Manusco. The workshop will be held onNo., 13, from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 'p.rh. at Dem3po!is Higher Education Center, 186 Field of Dreams Dr., Gallion. To register please contact, Kathryn B. Friday, Marengo County Extension Coordinator, 295-5959. Preregistration is required for lunch: Workshop is free. El Shaddai AOH Church to k..e Z00on Annua: host Annual Women's Day Women'00 Conference Little Zion would like to invite you all to our annual You're cordially invited to p.m. Prophetess Joyce Adams worship with the E1 Shaddai of New Jerusalem Holiness AO.H Church Family in Ministries in Citronelle, will Dixons Mills celebrating be the guest speaker. Anhual Women's Day Everyone is invited to attend. Celebration on Sunday, Bishop Gregory L. Lucy is November 9, 2014 at 2:30 host pastor. Women's Conference to be held on Saturday November 8, 2014 at 11 a.m. Guest speakers for this occasion will be Pastor Michelle Jackson, Pastor Georgia Nash Jackson, and Asst. Pastor Ida Scott. It's for the entire family so please come out and enjoy Jesus with us on this joyous occasion!! Marengo County Detention Center Arrests made for theft of property, domestic violence % Arrests: Sharon Coker, 59 of Birmingham was arrested on Oct. 21 for possession of a forged instrument (second degree - four counts); arresting officer was Richard Varner of the LPD. Jeline Wheeler, 56 of Linden, was arrested on Oct. 21 for criminal trespassing (third degree; arresting officer was Vamer of the LPD. April Danielle Coleman, 28 of Gallion, was arrested on Oct. 22 for forgery (second degree); arresting officer was Daryl Bowden of the Demopolis Police Department. April Danielle Coleman, 28 of Gallion, was arrested on Oct. 23 for negotiating worthless instrument; arresting officer was Chief Scott McClure of the LPD. Joseph Anthony Robertson, 38 of Demopolis, was arrested on Oct. 24 in drug court. Tony Nathan, 44 of Linden, was arrested on Oct. 24 for unlawful distribution of a con- trolled substance (two counts), possession of a controlled sub- stance and possession of mari- juana (second degree); arresting officer was Robert Alston of the Linden Police Department. Frank Bryant, 45 of Opelika, was arrested on Oct. 25 for child support; arresting officer was Cheree Travis of MCSD. Shaunquille McCalpine, 34 of Demopolis, was a 48 hour walk-in, Oct. 25. James Hardy Loper, Jr., 43 of Thomasville, was arrested on Oct. 27 on a bench warrant; arresting officers were David Untied dogs wreak havoc on city streets Paulk and James Smith of the Marengo County Sheriff's Department. Michael D. Lewis, 37 of Gallion, was arrested on Nov. 1 for DUI; arresting officer was Alabama State Trooper Heath Hardin. Auther J. Harris, 35 of Greensboro, was arrested on Nov. 1 for domestic violence (third degree); arresting officers were Gary and Champion of the MCSD. David R. DiUion, 25 of Noah Fort Myers, FI., was arrested on NOv. 2 for menacing; arresting officers were T. Gary and P. Champion of the MCSD. Megan James, 19 of Demopolis, was arrested on Nov. 3 for contempt of court; arresting officer was Kevin Johnson of the DPD. Minnie Jones, 46 of Demopolis, was arrested on Nov. 3 for domestic violence (third degree); arresting officer was Joshua Ochiltree of the DPD. Walter Jackson, 35 of Demopolis, was arrested on Honor the Dead, Nov. 3 for domestic violence (third degree); arresting officer was Ochiltree of the DPD. • Jacob A. McKinley, 58 of : Demopolis, was arrested on  Nov. 3 for contempt of court: arresting officer was K. Johnson of the DPD. Jeline M. Wheeler, 56 of Linden, was arrested on Nov. 3 for theft of property; arresting officer was Keith Hood of the LPD. Larry Oneal, 31 of Demopolis, was an'ested oni Nov. 3 for failure to pay (child: support); arresting officer was K. Collier of the MCSD. Timothy Aaron Howard, 43 of York, was arrested on Nov. 4 for synthetic narcotic posses- sion, possession of drug para- phernalia and possession of a concealed weapon without a permit; arresting officers were Cameron Courtney and Dion Pritchett, Jr. of the DPD. As stated after each arrest, suspects are arrested by dif- : ferent law enforcement agen- cies, but are booked in the Marengo County Detention Center. i Frances Crouch came to city council members on Tuesday, Nov. 4 to complain and seek solutions on untied dogs causing trouble in the city. Crouch who lives on the coroner of 7th and Mobile streets recently had her cat killed by a dog. The cat was on her property on the porch and as you went inside, it was attacked by a roaming dog. The cat later died from its attack. Dogs have been an issue, even with the leash-law ordi- nance in place• Mayor Charles Moore explained that they would keep an eye on the situ- ation and take these dogs to the pound• City council mem- bers all agreed that finding the owners to these dogs would help cut down on the prob- lems. Owners should follow the leash ordinance and keep their dogs tied, or within fences to keep the animals under con- trol. In other business the coun- cil accepted a forestry grant that will provide the Linden Fire Department up to $2,500 to purchase some equipment. The grant is a 50/50 match with the city being rel/  up to $2,500. This money cov- ers the cost of some new chainsaws that are needed• IZ6 334-396-5105 Showroom: 701 Oliver Road, Montgomery WindowWorldOfMontgomery.com Thank the Living. Happy Veterans' Day! Marengo Auto Parts Now Open! Come see Pat or Tim for all your Automotive needs! Marengo Auto Parts 1111 South Main Street, Linden 334-295-5295 Open Mon-Friday 7:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. Sat - 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Rockbabylon Annual Colorama Program !'Where Everyone Is • Somebody; and Jesus Is Lord" Rockbabylon Missionary Baptist Church, Dixons Mills, AI-, will be having their Arlnual Colorama Program on Sullday, November 16, 2014 at:2:00 p.m. Rev. Honoree Ldckett Pastor of Greater New Hope Baptist Church, Demopolis, Alabama will be our guest speaker. All churches in the sur- rounding area are invited to come and worship with us. Rev. Norris J. Pauley is the pastor. DPH.ORG • ...... • .: 10, POF • : ...... SPARE RIB S $2t.90 THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS gg BACCiN--E.OS C.AT00LS00o &$4 5 S Your 00opl ,,,,, . ,...,m, . ' GREN "PICK S" STICI(IR Z;GR 2 OZ. 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