Community Events 8-12-15

UNION HILL MEETING
The Union Hill Community Club meeting will be held on Thursday, August 13 at 6:30 pm CST. This will be a covered dish supper. Everyone is invited. Hope to see you there.

MILLTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH HOMECOMING UNION HILL MEETING
The Union Hill Community Club meeting will be held on Thursday, August 13 at 6:30 pm CST. This will be a covered dish supper. Everyone is invited. Hope to see you there.


MILLTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH HOMECOMING

Come celebrate our 175th Anniversary and Homecoming on Sunday, August 16. The Alabama Baptist Historical Commission will be presenting a plaque to commemorate the church’s anniversary. There will be special music and Pastor Roger Hammett will bring the message. The celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m. CST. A covered dish lunch will begin after the service.

MINISTRY TRAINING INSTITUTE
East Liberty Baptist Association will be holding the Ministry Training Institute (MTI) Session A – Baptist Doctrines on Thursday, August 20 – October 8 with Dale Wood teaching. The cost is $50 per class with a one-time $10 registration fee per semester. All classes will be at the Association Office at 5:30 pm Central/6:30 pm Eastern. For more info call the office.

MEETING ON INCORPORATION OF CHURCHES
On Tuesday, August 18 beginning at 5:30 pm Central/ 6:30 pm Eastern there will be a meeting with Chip Smith and Mac Tucker concerning incorporation or reincorporation of churches, rewording of Articles of Incorporation, (constitution), bylaws, and operating manuals. This meeting is to help churches file the documents accordingly. The meeting will be at Happy Valley Baptist Church. Pastors, Deacons, Trustees, and interested members are welcome to attend.

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)459-0214 or (706)518-9122.

JACKSON MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Schedule – Sunday School – 9:30 am CST. Morning Worship – 10:30 am CST. Wednesday Night Service – 4:30 pm CST. Everyone is invited to join us in fellowship and worship.

1999 LHS CLASS TO HOST CO-ED SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT
The LaFayette Alumni Class of `99 will host a Co-ed Softball Tournament on Saturday, August 15 at the Avondale Softball Field in LaFayette. Please contact Aretha Todd 205-413-1682, Derrick Williams 334-497-1325 or Shaneka Story 334-276-0486 for additional information.

RULES, WAYS AND MEANS BUDGET MEETING
The Rules, Ways and Means Budget meeting are scheduled for August 24th-Budget discussions. The meeting is at 2:00 p.m. CT and held in the Commission office located at 2 South LaFayette Street in LaFayette.


NEW HORIZON THEATRE

Tickets are on sale now for New Horizon Theatre’s production of Music Man, Jr. Show dates are September 10th – 12th at 8pm ET with a Saturday matinee at 2pm ET. Tickets are $16 for adults and $13 for children, students and seniors 55+ and can be purchased online at www.nhct.org. This fun musical’s cast is made up of NHCT’s actors ages 16 and under, so buy your tickets now because you won’t want to miss this show.

Civil rights group marches thru county, on way to D.C.

Journey 1By Alton Mitchell

Early Friday morning history crossed into Chambers County from Lee County on U.S. Highway 29. America’s Journey for Justice marched along U.S. Highway 29 through Chambers County until reaching the Georgia State Line. The march through Chambers County only represented a small stretch of the massive journey in the name of justice.

In a time when America seems to find itself rediscovering its origins through its problems including police brutality, education reform, economic inequality, and conflict over the right to vote a group is making their voice heard through each step they take. Much as was demonstrated in the 1960’s Civil Rights movements here in Alabama and other locations groups would march to bring attention to issues which they felt were unjust. That meaning has again been discovered and Chambers County has become a part of the history connected to it.

America’s Journey for Justice is an 860 mile march that started in Selma, Alabama on August 1st. The March will go all the way to Washington D.C. and end on September 16th. The event is sponsored by the NAACP. The NAACP has issued a focus for each state.

In Alabama the focus is economic inequality, neighboring Georgia will focus on education reform. Other stops on the way include South Carolina where criminal justice reform will be the focus and North Carolina will focus on voting rights. The state of Virginia will be the rally point for the youth as youth rallying is the focus. The final stop is Washington D.C. where there will be a full advocacy agenda presented.

Journey 2When the group started its march on August 1st in Selma there were about 200 marchers present to kick off the march. Making the steps from Lee County into Chambers County about 11 a.m. on Friday morning were only about 20 marchers. However despite small numbers the group crossed the county line waving the American Flag and offering smiles and waves to passing motorist. Heavy police volume paved the way and escorted the enthusiastic group as they made their journey.

The small group picked up momentum and even a few new members as it made its way through Valley and towards Georgia as additional marchers joined in. The marchers hope to bring attention to things that they see as problems facing our nation now much as was the case over 50 years ago during the Civil Right era. Using historical reference to areas such as Selma which is famous for its marches during the 1960’s is being used as tool to focus on the severity of the problems this group sees facing America.

On September 16th, after and exhausting 860 mile journey through heat, humidity, rain, and thunderstorms the group will make its presence known in the nation’s capital. Chambers County can write this one in the history books as being a positive in the way of seeking equality and justice for all and how Chambers County played a role in the paving of that history.

After much debate, BOC ok’s Humane Society’s liquor

By Alton Mitchell

While the Pledge of Allegiance opened the second meeting of the Chambers County Commission this month, a pledge to the wealth and well-being of the citizens of Chambers County sat on the mind of the Commissioners and was displayed in the actions that followed in the nearly hour long meeting on Monday evening. The commission discussed a great wealth of things on their agenda this week, but one of the most debate would surround an application for an alcohol license submitted by the Chattahoochee Humane Society.

The Chattahoochee Humane Society is located on Boulevard in Valley. For the past several years the agency has held and annual fundraising event known as Howl-O-Ween Fall festival. The Humane Society had submitted an application for an alcoholic license to the county. Chief Deputy Carter presented the application before the County Commission. The Commission listened as Chief Deputy Carter outlined the application and the festival.

Before moving on for a vote discussion was brought up by Commissioner Henry C. Osborne of District 4. Commissioner Osborne presented two main concerns surrounding the application, the first concern was in relation to the location of the event which he cites as being a new location from previous years and more densely populated. A second concern he presented was on the manner in which the alcohol would be dispensed to those who purchased it.

Commissioner David Eastridge spoke from his previous experiences at the event which has been previously held in Lanett and West Point. Last years was held at the country club in West Point. Commissioner Eastridge stated that previous events have proven to be very orderly and that at the conclusion individuals in attendance leave in an orderly fashion.

Commissioner Osborne noted that he is not opposed to fundraising, but just rather has a concern in relation to alcohol being served with children present and in an area so close to residences. He also mentioned that last year’s event was hosted at the country club in West Point which does have a license to sell alcohol.

As it appeared Commissioner Osborne was going to hold his ground in his concerns a roll call vote was called. The vote went in favor of a four in favor and one, Osborne voting against. Commissioner James Brown of District 2 was not present for the voting.

Highlighting a large portion of the meeting was a presentation by Barbara Andrews of the Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce. She offered the Commission the quarterly business review update. The presentation proved that she has been busy since becoming the executive director in November of last year. Her presentation included several upcoming events that have already been planned or are in the works.

A new member to the GVACC will host a ribbon cutting on August 24th in West Point at The Forrest Mills Apartments. The GVACC is also revamping itself in the digital world as work is now ongoing for a brand new website. Huge things will be coming in October as the Chamber is gearing up for the Native American Festival. On the first Friday of that event there will be a special event just for students. In addition to local students that event will also be extended to surrounding school districts outside of Chambers County as well.

Cooperation has come in many forms for the commission as executive director Andrews has also noted that there have been coalition meetings between the Chambers of Commerce’s for within the surrounding area as well. Chambers representing Harris, Muscogee, and Opelika-Auburn have been meeting and discussing the ways to best share resources and assist one another. A final notable highlight that will come thanks to the GVACC will be part of the ongoing branding campaign in Chambers County. Part of the campaign will be displayed at the visitor center on Interstate 85 with new signage that will include the Chambers County logo. Also new county maps are now available at the visitor’s center on both the Alabama and Georgia sides of the border.

The Commission also approved resolutions including an approval for a new subdivision on County Road 388 called the Joe E. Cannon subdivision. Engineer Harvill told the commission that after review all areas of the plan meet the regulation and there will be no need for any road improvements. The Commission approved the new subdivision.

The Commission also approved an agreement between the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and Chambers County to finance the removal of an unauthorized dumpsite found alongside County Road 155 in Welch. The County will pick up the tab to clean up that site and the state will reimburse the county for that fee.

The Commission unanimously approved the income tax intercept program. That means that Chambers County will join other counties in the state in which individuals who owe fees of some sort to the county, funds from an income tax can be redirected to satisfy that debt. Those debts will go to any entity which is formed by the county in which there is an outstanding debt in place. The county has until August 14th to opt-in to the program. Luckily for the county there is not fee to participate in the program.

The Commissioners also heard of a bit of a situation unfolding in the county involving KMIN USA, Inc. The company was given an abatement from the county and in accordance with similar situations involving other companies certain documentation from the companies is requested. KMIN USA, has not been forth coming in the requested documentation and it has pushed the county into a corner as to what actions must be done next. The extent of the requested information from KMIN USA has not been fully released, but the Commission is aware that it does not involve any personal or invasive type of information.

After conducting a truck load of business at its Monday meeting the county adjourned. This will be the last meeting for the Chambers County Commission for the month of August. The meeting for next week was moved up to August 10th and the next meetings are set for September. The September meetings will fall on the 8th at 4 p.m. Central time and September 22nd at 4 p.m. Central time.

Students return to Chambers County schools Thursday

By Alton Mitchell

The special time of year is upon us once again. The time of year when the ringing of a bell can spell the ultimate doom for a student or the procrastination before that big exam can mean the difference between pass and fail. That’s right it is time for schools to start back once again in Chambers County and children around the area are very anxious about the new school year.

The Chambers County School District has been working over the summer to prepare for big things this year including the exciting new online course offerings for students. Parents are also anxious about the starting back of high school sports and the right to brag about which schools have the best teams.

Thursday August 13, 2015 will be the official start of school in Chambers County. Motorist driving around LaFayette and other areas should be well aware that more children will be out and to watch their speeds very closely in school zones as well as residential zones. Motorist should also be aware of warning devices on school buses and remember that children can move very quickly and appear out of nowhere.

In LaFayette, Alabama Avenue located near LaFayette High School and Eastside Elementary School is still closed for drainage repairs. On Monday August 10th the City Council received an update on that project stating that it is moving along nicely, but the exact completion date could not yet be released. Other than that minor construction everything else should be smooth sailing for students returning to local campuses this week.

The 2015-2016 School year is off to be an exciting one in Chambers County with plenty of new technology for students to use as well as anxious faculty and staff just waiting to enrich the young minds of LaFayette and Chambers County this upcoming year.

LaFayette resident wants debris removed

DebrisBy Alton Mitchell

Early Friday morning history crossed into Chambers County from Lee County on U.S. Highway 29. America’s Journey for Justice marched along U.S. Highway 29 through Chambers County until reaching the Georgia State Line. The march through Chambers County only represented a small stretch of the massive journey in the name of justice.

In a time when America seems to find itself rediscovering its origins through its problems including police brutality, education reform, economic inequality, and conflict over the right to vote a group is making their voice heard through each step they take. Much as was demonstrated in the 1960’s Civil Rights movements here in Alabama and other locations groups would march to bring attention to issues which they felt were unjust. That meaning has again been discovered and Chambers County has become a part of the history connected to it.

America’s Journey for Justice is an 860 mile march that started in Selma, Alabama on August 1st. The March will go all the way to Washington D.C. and end on September 16th. The event is sponsored by the NAACP. The NAACP has issued a focus for each state.

In Alabama the focus is economic inequality, neighboring Georgia will focus on education reform. Other stops on the way include South Carolina where criminal justice reform will be the focus and North Carolina will focus on voting rights. The state of Virginia will be the rally point for the youth as youth rallying is the focus. The final stop is Washington D.C. where there will be a full advocacy agenda presented.

When the group started its march on August 1st in Selma there were about 200 marchers present to kick off the march. Making the steps from Lee County into Chambers County about 11 a.m. on Friday morning were only about 20 marchers. However despite small numbers the group crossed the county line waving the American Flag and offering smiles and waves to passing motorist. Heavy police volume paved the way and escorted the enthusiastic group as they made their journey.

The small group picked up momentum and even a few new members as it made its way through Valley and towards Georgia as additional marchers joined in. The marchers hope to bring attention to things that they see as problems facing our nation now much as was the case over 50 years ago during the Civil Right era. Using historical reference to areas such as Selma which is famous for its marches during the 1960’s is being used as tool to focus on the severity of the problems this group sees facing America.

On September 16th, after and exhausting 860 mile journey through heat, humidity, rain, and thunderstorms the group will make its presence known in the nation’s capital. Chambers County can write this one in the history books as being a positive in the way of seeking equality and justice for all and how Chambers County played a role in the paving of that history.

CCDA receives awards

CCDALanett, Ala. – The Chambers County Development Authority (CCDA) received two awards at the annual Southern Economic Development Council (SEDC) Conference, held this past week in Savannah, GA, including the Best of Class Award for their Countywide Branding Initiative.

The brand, which was unveiled in March of this year, includes a logo and tagline that represents the county. The dynamic logo features a gray and red pattern woven within the borders of Chambers County. Referencing roots in the community’s textile history, the tagline, “Strength Woven In,” captures the county’s proud past while embracing its unique spirit of strength in overcoming every challenge it faces.

“As we accepted our award, I was thinking about our tagline “Strength Woven In” and what it means to me,” said Kimberly Carter, CCDA Family Support Coordinator and Business Retention Specialist. “It means that we are stronger as one body than we are as individuals. It means that no matter what, we are all connected in some way with interlaced experiences making up our lives. Our efforts, defeats and victories have woven through us to make us a community of people that are resilient and tough.”

Red Sage Communications, Inc., of Decatur, Alabama, provided brand consulting and development for Chambers County. Red Sage is also responsible for developing the Chambers County Development Authority’s website, which won an Award of Excellence at this year’s SEDC Conference.

Websites were judged on appearance, clarity of message, message impact, execution of message and a clever or unique concept. General purpose marketing pieces were judged on graphic appeal, clarity of message, quality of information, positioning/differentiation and format. The CCDA website can be seen at www.chambersida.com.

“We are honored and delighted by these awards,” said Valerie Gray, CCDA Executive Director. “The last several months have been a lot of work, but seeing the results both within our county and now through these awards makes it all worth it. We are truly proud of Chambers County and our ‘Strength Woven In.’”

Community Events 8-5-15 Edition

LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION
LaFayette High School 2015-16 registration information. Registration reporting times are as follows: 9th grade: August 6 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm (Freshman Orientation) 10th grade: August 10 from 9:00 to 11 am; 11th grade: August 10 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and 12th grade: August 10 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. If you need more information please call 334-864-9881

MILLTOWN BAPTIST CHURCH HOMECOMING

Come celebrate our 175th Anniversary and Homecoming on Sunday, August 16. The Alabama Baptist Historical Commission will be presenting a plaque to commemorate the church’s anniversary. There will be special music and Pastor Roger Hammett will bring the message.
The celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m. CST. A covered dish lunch will begin after the service. It would be great to have you and your family worship with us on this occasion!

ALLEN REUNION
Descendants of Churchwell and Mary Bishop Allen are invited to attend on Saturday, August
8 at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church, 463 Hwy 49 South in Dadeville from 10 am until 2 pm. Covered dish dinner will be at 12 noon. For more information contact Kay Ingle 256-825-9003.

MINISTRY TRAINING INSTITUTE

East Liberty Baptist Association will be holding the Ministry Training Institute (MTI) Session A – Baptist Doctrines on Thursday, August 20 – October 8 with Dale Wood teaching. The cost is $50 per class with a one-time $10 registration fee per semester. All classes will be at the Association Office at
5:30 pm Central/6:30 pm Eastern. For more info call the office or go to www.samford.edu/go/mti.

MEETING ON INCORPORATION OF CHURCHES
On Tuesday, August 18 beginning at 5:30 pm Central/6:30 pm Eastern there will be a meeting with Chip Smith and Mac Tucker concerning incorporation or reincorporation of churches, rewording of Articles of Incorporation, (constitution), bylaws, and operating manuals. This meeting is to help churches file the documents accordingly. The meeting will be at Happy Valley Baptist Church. Pastors, Deacons,
Trustees, and interested members are welcome to attend.

YOUTH SUMMER CAMP

The Chambers County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that we will host our First Annual Youth Summer Camp August 3-7, 2015. This camp will be open to ages 10-15. During the camp, students will be introduced to numerous aspects of law enforcement including our specialized units such as K-9, Aviation, Dive Team, SWAT, Drug Task Force and much more. There are only 30 seats available and will be first come, first serve. Students will receive T-shirts and certificates upon completion, lunch and snacks daily. Cost is $25. To register, call Brenda at 334-864-4333.

FARMERS FEDERATION ANNUAL MEETING

The Chambers County Farmers Federation will hold its annual meeting August 8 at 6:00 PM CDT at the Farmers Federation Building in LaFayette. There is no charge and there will be door prizes. Alfa members are encouraged to attend.

FIVE POINTS ELEMENTARY REGISTRATION

Five Points Elementary School will have registration and meet the teachers for all students August 6, 2015 from 12:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Rhonda Givins, principal.

BACK TO SCHOOL CELEBRATION

The 2015 Back-to School Celebration will be held Wednesday, August 5 at the Alfa Insurance Building Hwy 50 in LaFayette from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. CST. Cake and ice cream will be served. Please drop-off all school supplies at Alfa Insurance. For additional information, please contact Ruby H. Carr, coordinator of events@334-276-0301.

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)459-0214 or (706)518-9122. If no answer please leave a message. Contacts will be held confidential. There are no charges involved.

“ARE YOU OK” PROGRAM
The LaFayette Police Department is offering free participation in the `Are You OK`program for the elderly or anyone that lives alone. If you are interested please call 334-864-2211. Participants must live in the city limits or police jurisdiction.

LIHEAP PROGRAM IN PROGRESS
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance program (LIHEAP) of Community Action Committee, Inc. of Chambers-Tallapoosa – Coosa Counties are accepting calls for those needing assistance. Call 256-825-4287, Ext. 201 to schedule an appointment.

HEADSTART RECRUITMENT
The Head Start program of Chambers-Tallapoosa is now taking applications for the 2015-2016 program year. Children can be accepted anytime during the year (if an opening is available) once the child has turned three years of age. Children with disabilities are also accepted. Call the Head Start Central office in Dadeville at 256-825-4204 or any Head Start Center in your area.

DISABLE AMERICAN VETERANS TAG

To purchase a Disable American Veterans Tag call or write the Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs, P.O. Box 1509, Montgomery, AL 36102-1509 — Automated phone line 1-800-827-1000. If you prefer to talk to someone you can call one of the phone numbers or write below: Veterans Service Officers, 215 South 9th Street, Opelika, AL 36803 Phone: 1-855-212-8028, 1-334-745-9781,1-334-737-3626.

BECOME A FOSTER PARENT

Become a foster parent with Alabama Mentor by attending the free foster parent classes every Monday at 5:30 p.m. CST. Contact Gina at 334-705- 8877 for more information.

JACKSON MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH

Schedule Sunday School – 9:30 am CST. Morning Worship – 10:30 am CST. Wednesday Night Service – 4:30 pm CST. Everyone is invited to join us in fellowship and worship.

1999 LHS CLASS TO HOST CO-ED SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT
The LaFayette Alumni Class of `99 will host a Co-ed Softball Tournament on Saturday, August 15 at the Avondale Softball Field in LaFayette. Please contact Aretha Todd 205-413-1682, Derrick Williams 334-497-1325 or Shaneka Story 334-276-0486 for additional information.

RULES, WAYS AND MEANS BUDGET MEETING
The Rules, Ways and Means Budget meetings are scheduled for August 10-Budget discussions and request hearings; August 24th-Budget discussions. The meetings are at 2:00 p.m. CT and held in the Commission office located at 2 South LaFayette Street in LaFayette.

NEW HORIZON THEATRE

Tickets are on sale now for New Horizon Theatre’s production of Music Man, Jr. Show dates are September 10th – 12th at 8pm ET with a Saturday matinee at 2pm ET. Tickets are $16 for adults and $13 for children, students and seniors 55+ and can be purchased online at www.nhct.org. This fun musical’s cast is made up of NHCT’s actors ages 16 and under, so buy your tickets now because you won’t want to miss this show.

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Paving done at Chambers Industrial Park

Commision MeetingBy Alton Mitchell

This past Monday the Chambers County Commission held their first meeting of the month of August at the County Courthouse in LaFayette. The Commission opened the meeting as usual with Commissioner David Eastridge calling the meeting to order and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance as all in attendance rose to their feet and joined in the patriotic tradition. Immediately following the pledge, Commissioner Joe Blank led the room in prayer. During his Prayer Commissioner Blank prayed that a hard effort could be put in to ensure the best for Chambers County and all its residents. Upon that outspoken wish the tone of the meeting would follow.

The Commissioners first opened the meeting by allowing any member of the public time to address the commission about issues that may need to be brought before the commission. In the past two weeks it appears things were moving in a positive light as no citizens requested to address the commission.

The meeting would continue to move on with a positive vibe as Commissioner Debbie Wood offered an awards proclamation. The proclamation addressed a local organization Teal Magnolias and their supported work in raising awareness to ovarian and gynecological cancer in the Chambers County community. Commissioner Wood acknowledged that the month of September will be national ovarian cancer month.

Nan Galik of Teal Magnolias was on hand to accept the proclamation. Galik addressed the county commission shortly after accepting the award and offered her appreciation to the county commissioners for all they do to raise awareness to this deadly disorder. During the month of September Teal Magnolias will be placing teal ribbons around the Chambers County community to raise awareness for the disease that is the fifth killer of women in the United States.

The Chambers County Highway department also addressed the commission seeking approval for a maintenance agreement with the State of Alabama’s Department of Transportation. The agreement dealt with a new railroad crossing safety device going in place at the CSX railroad crossing located at County Road 388 and County Road 389. ALDOT is installing active devices at that intersection which will include arms that go down to block the intersection as a train approaches.

The state had requested that Chambers County maintain the maintenance of the passive device approaching the crossing. These devices will include the warning signage on approach to the crossing. There will be eight devices total for the county to maintain, six of those have already been put in place. County Commissioners voted to approve the request and will maintain those passive devices only, while the active devices will be maintained by the State Department of Transportation.

The highway department was also pleased to announce to the commission that paving has been completed at the industrial park located off exit 70 off Interstate 85 in the county. There is still some more cosmetic work to be completed at that site, but the paving portion has been completed.

The county highway department gave an update on drainage improvements currently going on in conjunction with the city of LaFayette along Alabama Avenue. The drainage and pipework occurring at that site near LaFayette High School may only be the tip of new improvements to that area as it was hinted that shortly after the completion of that work new paving improvements may be taking place along Alabama Avenue in LaFayette.

Before adjourning the meeting the Chambers County Commission reminded the audience that the next meeting would be moved from August 17th to August 10th at 4 p.m. Central time at the county courthouse.

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Bash kicks off back to school

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The Chambers County School District in conjunction with People Helping Youth Reach Excellence held a Back to School Bash last Saturday at the LaFayette High School band field. Activities included games, contests, live entertainment and free school supplies.

Featured entertainment included performances by Alpha Phi Alpha, Powell Chapel United Methodist Church Praise Team, the Dancing Princettes, VA Steppers and the LaFayette High School Goldettes

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