News for Friday, November 4, 2011

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Forest Park councilmember Judson dies

Longtime Forest Park City Council Ward 4 Representative Donald Judson died suddenly early Friday morning at his home, officials said.

Education sales tax also on Henry ballot

School repairs, new construction sought

School officials will learn next week whether voters approve of continuing a one-cent sales tax for education in Henry County.

Judson, Don

Don Judson, of Forest Park, passed away on Nov. 4, 2011.

Hellinger, Fred

Fred Hellinger, 68, of Locust Grove, died Nov. 3, 2011. www.southcarecremation.com.

Parks, Doris

Doris Parks, 94, of Stockbridge, died Oct. 30, 2011. www.southcarecremation.com.

Mulligan, Carl S. Jr.

Mr. Carl S. Mulligan, Jr., 84, of McDonough, passed away Nov. 3, 2011.

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We were created to become like Christ - Jim Bell

God, our Holy Father, wants us (Christians) to spend the rest of our lives developing family characteristics. He wants to make us like Jesus Christ.

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Holy authority - Susan Bennett

Many of us have the heart of a rebel. In fact, we may have been raised that way. Americans value independence, freedom, self-sufficiency –– these are the character traits we admire. Things like obedience, submission to authority, and humility –– well, just the thought can get under our skin in no time.

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‘Get Kids Outside’

Parks and Rec promoting healthy activities

It’s all about the children for the Clayton County Parks and Recreation Department these days, said Marketing Sales Specialist Lindsey DeLong.

Jobs, crime, growth issues in College Park

College Park has a valuable asset in its boundaries — the world’s busiest airport.

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'Get Kids Outside'

It’s all about the children for the Clayton County Parks and Recreation Department these days, said Marketing Sales Specialist Lindsey DeLong.

Chambers, Jane Duffey

Mrs. Jane Duffey Chambers, 53, of Locust Grove, passed away Nov. 1, 2011.

Education sales tax also on Henry ballot

School officials will learn next week whether voters approve of continuing a one-cent sales tax for education in Henry County.

We were created to become like Christ - Jim Bell

God, our Holy Father, wants us (Christians) to spend the rest of our lives developing family characteristics. He wants to make us like Jesus Christ.

Jobs, crime, growth issues in College Park

College Park has a valuable asset in its boundaries — the world’s busiest airport. It is an asset city leaders are still dreaming up ways to leverage, to the benefit of the city’s residents.

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