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In front: Wesley Borgert. Back row, left to right: Brannon Tolar, Riley Borgert and Rhett Rutherford
8 and under Babe Ruth League All-Star baseball players are selling chicken and rice to help pay for travel for tournament play. Plates are $5 each and the chicken and rice was cooked by Buster Bass, chef extraordinaire.
From left to right: Reese Rutherford, Amber Reed and Shelbi Cooper
Selling tickets in front of the Busy Bee for a drawing for $100 worth of free gas (for $1 a ticket) and watermelons for $3 are 10U girls Babe Ruth League All-Star team members. They will be at the Busy Bee until 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, June 10.
The girls softball 8 and under all-star team is selling sno-cones for $1 each to help pay for their travel in tournament play. On Friday, June 10, they will be selling the refreshments at We Insure Florida (right behind Busy Bee and next to Madison County Memorial Hospital) and on Saturday, June 11, they will be selling them at the Busy Bee.
An alligator sunbathes on a sandbar at Lake Francis. Photo taken with cell phone by Benjie Dyal
Begins at 6 p.m. at the ball park at Louis DeMotsis Recreational Park, behind Lee Town Hall.
Photo and Text by Pat Lightcap
As the moon reached just past it’s highest arc on Thursday, June 9, 2011 it was red rather than the colors we are used to for a half-moon. This writer
will venture the cause of the color is related to smoke in the air from any number of wildfires in South Georgia
and North Florida. It is not the end of the world!!!