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Talladega Daily Home (Newspaper) - November 9, 2012, Talladega, AlabamaSports we a Tarboro bulldogs travel to Maplesville Page 1b Riverside Post office Likely to remain open 8a Taii Adega suspect sought in robbery 2a Sylacauga agencies find missing Man 2a your Hometown newspaper for Taii Adega and St. Chair counties the daily Home 75 cent Friday november 9, 2012 lending a helping hand with Sand the Sanctuary provides 5,000 meals a Day to those in needy Emily Adams Home staff writer Sylacauga in the aftermath of disaster one local Church is reaching out to provide full stomachs and hopefully full hearts to thousands of people recovering from Hurricane Sandy. A group from the Sanctuary departed for Lindenhurst n.y., tuesday with three Large cooking pots and other essentials like blankets Coats and diapers in Tow a what were after is basically to love on these people and let them know they re not alone in it a said pastor Freddie Edwards. A the last thing they need to be doing is worrying about preparing a meal while they re trying to work and get Back in their Homes so we told them to leave that to us. Done to worry about lunch and dinner submitted photo its on fills the Street in a photo taken in Lindenhurst n.y., by a Church member from the _ Sanctuary. The Sylacauga Church sent a Small group of people to the Hurricane Sandy ravaged see helping Page 8a area to serve meals and hand out essentials like blankets Coats and diapers beginning appoints 4 to aide Boardly Aziza Jackson Home staff writer Talladega a gov. Robert Bentley has made four appointments to the Alabama Institute for deaf and blinds Board of trustees. Pat Greene of Talladega has been appointed to represent the 3rd congressional District. Greene will replace Jake Montgomery whose term expires nov. 30. Montgomery was first appointed to the Board in 2002. James h. Boyce of Talladega will represent the state at Large replacing John Granger whose term also expires on nov. 30. Granger was first appointed to the Board in 2000. Two trustees have been reappointed by Bentley to another six year term including Terry Dunn of Southside who represents the 4th congressional District and Melissa Williamson of Trussville representing the 6th congressional District. A1 appointments Are effective dec. 1 and expire nov,30, 2018, pending confirmation by the state Senate. Greene is a retired senior officer of the Bel South corporation and Active in Talladega civic affairs including serving As chairman of the Talladega Good government committee. He served As aids interim president is a member of the aids foundation Board of directors and together with his family founded the Marianna Greene Henry special equestrians program. Boyce is a native of Maryland and after serving in the . Navy made Alabama his Home. He attended the University of Tennessee and has a background in electrical engineering. While working for Georgia Pacific corporation he was injured in a 2003 Accident that left him totally Blind. Boyce received training at aids a a . Gentry technical facility in personal living skills and ass Stive technology and is a licensed Amateur radio operator. As president and owner of Dunn development corporation and Dunn investment group in Southside Dunn managed licensed contract work for numerous municipalities. Schools and the University of Alabama at Birmingham for More than 25 years before his retirement. In 2010 he was elected to place 2 on the Alabama Public service commission. Williamson is a graduate of Birmingham Southern College with a . In elementary education and has done additional graduate studies in visual impairment at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She has worked As a teacher see appoints Page 8a grand opening held for new town Home development by David Atchison Home staff writer Pell City a officials gathered thursday morning for the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Jubilee town Home development. A i love seeing this a said . Rep. Mike Rogers. A this is a great Way to nurture people into Home ownership a All rental Homes were built under the Low income housing tax credit program. After 20 Vears As a rental Community Jubilee will convert to a Home ownership Community. Residents of the Community will have an Opportunity to buy their Home at reduce rates officials said. The Bennett group spearheaded the construction of the new town Home apartments which is adjacent to the Jefferson state Community College Campus. Fred Bennett said the Lightc program is the most effective Way of offering Home ownership to Low income families which is a collaborative Effort Between the Public and private sectors a we get inspected by everybody so the product is very Good a Bennett told those who gathered thursday for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Jubilee. David Atchison the daily Home . Rep. Mike Rogers cuts the ribbon at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Jubilee town Home development. He thanked the City and former mayor Bill Hereford for their support. A mayor Hereford is a wonderful example of leadership in your Community a Bennett said. Both the former and current mayor Joe Funderburg attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. A normally with a $13 million project its full of problems but there Hast been any problem at All a Hereford said. A a in be never seen anything like he welcomed the Bennett group to Pell City. A we Hope you do More business Here a Hereford said. A this facility is just outstanding one of the most outstanding projects we be Funderburg said a a Jubilee is an appropriate name for the new development. A this is a collaborative Effort for people who Are much deserving a Funderburg opening Page 8a Council approves to Farley As police chiefly David Atchison Home staff writer Pell City a in he City Council went to work thursday night holding their first regularly scheduled meeting appointing department Heads and committee members. The regularly schedule meeting is normally held on mondays but instead followed thursdays Council work session because monday is veterans Day. At the meeting the Council unanimously approved to reappoint Freddy Hazelo cd As the water Quality supervisor and Greg Turley As the police chief after a motion by councilwoman Dot Wood to reappoint Greg Turley As the police chief councilwoman Sharon Thomas seconded rhe motion. Ater the motion and second Mayo see chief Page 8a inside weather today. Patchy Frost e�dorial.9a before 8 . Otherwise lifestyles. 4a sunny with a High near sports.1b-3b 68. Community calendar.7a dear abby.5b 42. Calm wind. Comic/television.5b classified.6b-9b see obituaries Page 2 online at a t opinion heading into the storm Community Volunteer a Orthy Munford student earns recognition please Recycle Page 9a 66000 02225 in More than 5,000.copies of the doily Home bring the news free to students each week you con help while you Are on vacation Send your newspaper off to school Talladega 362-1000 Pell City 884-3400 Sylacauga 249-4311

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