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Page 3-- About All West Alabama ,e temOLi,,,elOrer Thursday, July 5, 2012 Isaac crowned 2012 National American Miss Alabama Princess Cover Girl Wildlife Management Seminar Taliah Isaac 2010 National American Miss Alabama Princess Cover Girl Taliah DeAjah Isaac, daugh- Renaissance Hotel and Spa in ter of Sherika Isaac and grand- Montgomery. She received her daughter of Wiley and Shirley Official State Crown, Banner Isaac, was crowned 2012 andTmphy. National American Miss She also received a special Alabama Princess Cover Girl at invitation to compete at the the state pageant held June 16, National Pageant held duriflg 2012 at the beautiful Thanksgiving Week in Anaheim, California. At the pageant she also received: The Portfolio Award, the Spirit of America Trophy, the Most Promising Model Trophy, the State Finalist Trophy, 1st Runners up for Casual Wear Modeling Trophy, 1st Runner up for Photogenic Trophy, the Best Thank You Note Trophy, the State Ambassador Crown and Banner Award, a modeling scholarship, and $360 in cash. The National American Miss Pageants are dedicated to cele- brating America's greatness and encouraging its utua vaers. Each year, the National American Miss Pageants awards 1.5 Million dollars in cash, scholarships, and prizes to recognize and assist the devel- opment of young women nationwide. National American Miss has added the ultimate door prize to Nationals 2012. Each girl that qualifies for the national pageant has a chance to win a new 2012 Ford Mustang Convertible. For more details visit www.namiss.com/car. National American Miss is ded- icated to developing the success of young women across our nation with a program that is designed to be age-appropriate and family-oriented. Pageants are held in each state for girls ages four to eighteen in five dif- ferent age divisions. The National American Miss Pageants are for 'qbday's Girl" and Tomorrow's Leaders." The pageant program is based on inner beauty, as well as poise, presentation, and offers an "All American Spirit" of fun for fam- ily and friends. Emphasis is placed on the importance of gaining self-confidence, learn- ing new skills, learning good attitudes about competition, and setting and achieving personal goals. The pageant seeks to rec- ognize the accomplishment of each girl while encouraging her to set goals for the future! Miss Taliah Isaac's activities include: tumbling, cheer- leader/TADA, ballet, jazz & tap dancing, Daisy Girl Scout, and "A" Honor Roll at Westside Elementary in Demopolis. Taliah is 6 years-old and lives in Forkland with her grandparents Wdey and Shirley Isaac. Her sponsors for the pageant were: Greene County Steam Plant, Dr. Rosalyn Basset, DMD, New Generation Church, Keen Chiropractic Clinic, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Steele, Boone's Pharmacy, Uniontown Chevron, Green Family Eye Care and Woman to Woman, Inc. Taliah and her family would like to thank each one of her sponsors and everyone who brought an ad or gave a dona- tion. Thanks also to Ms. Tashema Gilbert and Ms. Kathleen Randall for all of your support. She would not have been able to achieve this great accomplishment without God Almighty and each of your sup- port. Demopolis City - Schools membership Demopolis is a community passionate about its school sys- tem. For almost 20 years, the Demopolis City Schools Foundation has worked to sup- port excellence and innovation in the classroom by encourag- grants awarded across the school system: "Special education students at Westside are using iPads to complete school work using touchscreen technology. "US Jones students can use ing private investment and the Wfi lab on rainy days during " involvement in the school sys- tem. For as little as $30, mem- bership in the Foundation is a tangible way to directly support our students and teachers. Since 1994, the Foundation has provided over $850,000 in grants to classroom teachers through a competitive grant process. These grants have sup- ported math and science, music and drama, foreign languages and PE equipment, library books and computers. This past fall, the Foundation awarded $50,000 through 23 EE., burning off some energy before going back to class. Middle school students are learning math with interactive smartboards, resulting in more engaged students and improved comprehension. The High School has a "lap- top lab" available for use throughout the school for any teacher to use. All of this and more is only possible because of the generos- ity of local citizens - individuals and business who translate their passion for education into tangi- ble financial support. This year, the Foundation's goal is to raise $50,000 in memberships by June 30 to continue to fund innovative ideas from teachers and support their efforts to give our children a world-class edu- cation. "We are-win $5,000 of this goal. IfT aren't a member, please consider sup- porting the Foundation this year. For as little as $30 you really can make a difference in the classrooms of Demopolis," shares Kim Townsend, Chairman of the Membership Committee. Please join over 200 mem- bers this year and "Answer the Call" - show your support for our school system with a mem- bership in the Foundation. More information is available by calling the Foundation offices at 289-2226. You can make a gift on-line at the Foundation's website www.demopolis.org. About Us: The Demopolis City Schools Foundation is an independent nonprofit established in 1993 to encourage private philanthropic support of the Demopolis public school system. Governed by a 32-member Board of Directors, the Foundation had provided over $850,000 in classroom grants since its inception, including over $50,000 in 2011. The Foundation also holds over $700,000 in reserve and endow- ment funds. You can get Business cards, stationery, Rubber Stamps and I.D. Cards at Frank,, Ann Walker to celebrate There will be a Wildlife Management Seminar, held on August 23-24, 2012 at Bent Creek Lodge (near Jachin) in Choctaw County. The "Wildlife School" is a land management training seminar. This training is for landowners and land man- agers and it covers many aspects of wildlife habitat and population management. The training will cover topics such as: timber thinning, timber management, wildlife open- ings, deer and turkey manage- ment, prescribed burning, where to get help, and much more. This training is being. hosted by the Alabama Association of Conservation Districts Forestry and Wildlife Standing Committee. Sponsors include the Alabama Soil and Water Conservation Committee, the Walker County Soil and Water Conservation District, the Calhoun County Soil and Water Conservation District, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Miller wins two gold medals in .State Games Service, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, and the Alabama Wildlife Federation. Registration is $85, which includes the 2 day seminar, lodging in bunkhouse style accommodations, as well as 3 meals and 2 breaks. Registration can also be made for Thursday & Friday atten- dance only, with no lodging required. Registered Foresters that attend will receive Continuing Education Credits for each day they attend. To see additional informa- tion, go to: http://www.swcc.alabamagov and click on "calendar" :and then scroll down and 61;' "AACD Forestry & . i'.!, Committee Wildlife Sc:- i" Additional LL i.ilJg Information: Western I  i5- ; 459-4700, Days Inn 205-392- 9675 or see additional infor- mation on the swcc website. Early registration S $85 through July 13th. Lat;i,'!gis- tration is $100.00. Cot,s info: Walker County Soil & Water Conservation District, Katherine Patton @ 205-387- 1879. Alabama Southern wins Pyramid Awards Danaea Miller of Dixons Mills, participated in the 30th Anniversary State Games on June 22-24, 2012 in Birmingham. Miller won a gold medal in the Wee Fit Challenge Bowling; a silver in Wee Fit Challenge Overall and a gold in the Wee Fit Challenge Tennis. The Alabama Sports Festival Foundation State Games was organized in 1982 by the United States Olympic Committee to develop grassroots Olympic- style competitions in Alabama. Opening ceremonies were held at the BJCC A.na on June 22, 2012 at 6:45 p.m. It include: parade of athletes, entertain- ment, music, fireworks, Honoring Our Heroes, Olympic Torch Relay and Lighting of the Cauldron. For participants the Games were a chance to win 1 of 4 $2500 Academic Scholarships. The event included 25 different sports and over 100 different sporting events. For more information visit www.alagames.com. Support our Advertisers Marengo Rescue Squad Picture Drive Charles Tucker, Chief Clark Osburn, Captain Of the Marengo County Rescue Squad To all the people in the Marengo County Rescue Squad coverage area: We, the volunteers would like to say "Thanks" for all your past support. We always need your help, tographed. Remember, it's your rescue squad. We just save lives and maintain the equipment. It's people such as yourself that make this life-saving service possible. A receipt will be given, or you can make your check payable to The Marengo County Rescue Squad. Thanking you in advance and especially right now. We for the volunteers. are having a drive to help on For more information call, operating expenses and up- 295-4119 keep of our equipment. Help us now so that we may We are asking $35.00 sup- be able to help you in your port from each household. We time of need. are offering a complimentary 10 x 13 color family portrait.. You will be notified of the date and time to be pho- Alabama Southern Community College received six awards, of which three were top Pyramid Awards, at the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA) 2012 Summer Conference held recently in Mobile, AL. The Pyramid Awards competition recognizes the work of market- ing and public relations profes- sionals employed in the state community, junior and techni- cal 'colleges. Alabama Southern captured Pyramid Awards (first place) in the Online Advertising category for its Alabama Writers Symposium online advertise- ments, the Student Publications Category for its "My Guide to ASCC" student publication and the Special Events Publications category for its Alabama Writers Symposium brochure. The college also was hen  with the Award of Achievei,', (second place) for the Post6:  category, the Award of 1 i'i; (third place) in the Pnt Advertising Series category ana the Award of Merit in tt : Potpourri category. Christy Sasser, Director oi Pubfic Information at Alabama Southern, was presented with the awards during the Pyramid Awards ceremony held at the conference. MCTS Alumni Association meeting, July 6 The Marengo County Training School (MCTS) and Amelia Love Johnson High School (ALJ) Alumni Association sends greetings to all its graduates, faculty, staff, family and friends. The Alumni Association would like to invite each of you to an important planning meeting on Friday, July 6, 2012. The meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. at Amelia Love Johnson High School in Thomaston. We are asking for a $I0 dona- tion. For more information, please contact Jesse; Moore, President of the Alumni Association at (240) 305- 6377. I Make Your Gifts Personalized at Sunshine Cleaner" Monagrams available for School Loges, Beach Bags, Towels,  Much More!!! 295-8404 50 years The children of Bennie Frank and Ann Walker of Aimwell would like to invite you to a reception honoring their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. On July 13, 1962 Frank Walker and Ann Sellers were married. They have 3 children, Denise Lewis, Greg Walker and Phillip Walker. They have eight grandchildren, Lauren Lewis, Trace Lewis, Walker Lewis, Carson Lewis, Amber Walker, Devin Walker, Madison Walker and Reese Walker. To celebrate this special occasion their children will host a reception in their parents' honor at Nicholsville Church of God, 25 Redbird Road, Nicholsville, Alabama, on Sunday, July 8, from 2-4 pro. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Your presence is the only girl they desire. Evelyn Sanders Independent Beauty Consultant 3988 Hwy 80 E. Lot 27, Gallion 289-8493 289-8055 ww w.marykay.com/esanders3 4 Piece Bedroom Suite s1799 Full Line of,mattresses and home furnishings Dixon Furniture 303 S. Main St., Linden 295-4108 Need assistance with your Financial Aid Applications? Alabama Southern is offering one-on-one assistance to students who need help with their financial aid paperwork. The priority deadline for Fall 2012 Financial Aid is July 15! . * Monday, July 9, 2 pm OR 5:30 pm * Monroeville & Thomasville Monroeville Campus: Adm. 114 * Thomasville Campus: Room 1084 What t bring: Copies of 2011 Federal Tax Forms (1040, 1040A or 1040EZ) and verification of any other household income. For more information call Amy Rowell in lhe Monroeville Financial Aid officel (251) 575-8256 or LaSha Nelson in Thomasville, (334) 637-3168. AI200AMA SOUTHERN www.ascc.edu i ii ii i i i ii i i