While he couldn't remember the name of the poem, Hampton Williams took one phrase from it to heart.
"A lot of the experiences I've had have taught me to 'put myself in the arena'," said Williams, who took home the title of Mr.
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MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS: 7-9 p.m.
Green garden pease
Whole kernel corn
Mixed fruit cup
Breakfast sausage pizza
BEHIND THE VEIL MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL
• Prayer group meets at 11 a.m. Fridays in the sanctuary.
BELVEDERE FIRST BAPTIST
• Super Bowl Fellowship will be held 6 p.m. Sunday in the youth building. Bring your favorite tailgate food item.
Woman sets house on fire
A 46-year-old woman is accused of using turpentine to start a fire that destroyed a North Augusta house Friday.
Carrie Knotts, of the 1000 block of Long Leaf Court, was charged with felony arson, Lt.
Yvonne Kinney's interest in the arts started when she was a young girl living in Waukegan, Ill.
Her stepfather was a hotel manager and the family moved frequently which exposed her to music and the fine arts.
Georgia Health Sciences University's Cancer Center is seeking volunteers.
Caregivers and cancer survivors are urged to apply. For more information or to request a volunteer application, call (706) 721-3596, visit georgiahealth.
Minutes after she was announced as the new Miss Fox Creek, Jordan Hysell was still in shock.
She smiled and wiped away tears as people congratulated her backstage after the annual Fox Creek High School pageant Saturday.