The LifeSaver Orphanage Children’s Choir (above) will perform during intermission of Friday’s performance of the Land of Spirit play “Living, Loving and Dying.”
Kimberlee Fulbright, a teacher at Carnesville Elementary School-Intermediate, is featured in a video series promoted by Gov. Nathan Deal.
Judy Lawson meets with country duo Big & Rich and Cowboy Troy during the Carolina Country Music Fest in Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Judy Lawson was misidentified in a caption in the June 22 issue of the Franklin County Citizen Leader. We regret the error.)
Charles Cawthen
The LifeSaver Orphanage Children’s Choir from Haiti will return June 20 for 16 weeks of performances in the Southeast.

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The LifeSaver Orphanage Children’s Choir (above) will perform during intermission of Friday’s performance of the Land of Spirit play “Living, Loving and Dying.”

LAVONIA – The final weekend of Land of Spirit’s 10th season will include a special intermission performance by the LifeSaver Orphanage Children’s Choir from Haiti.

Kimberlee Fulbright, a teacher at Carnesville Elementary School-Intermediate, is featured in a video series promoted by Gov. Nathan Deal.

CARNESVILLE – A Franklin County teacher has been recognized by the governor for excellence in the classroom.

Judy Lawson meets with country duo Big & Rich and Cowboy Troy during the Carolina Country Music Fest in Myrtle Beach, S.C. (Judy Lawson was misidentified in a caption in the June 22 issue of the Franklin County Citizen Leader. We regret the error.)

LAVONIA – Contests that offer VIP tickets or all-expense paid trips have become very common nowadays.

HARTWELL – A Lavonia man reportedly drowned near the Rocky Ford Boat Ramp on Lake Hartwell at approximately 5:30 p.m. last Saturday, according to the Hart County Sheriff’s Department.

Charles Cawthen

LAVONIA – Lavonia City Manager Charles Cawthon will address the Lavonia Chamber of Commerce’s Lunch and Learn June 22 on the topic “Lavonia – Looking Toward the Future.”

Sports for Subscribers

The Franklin County Lady Lions will be coached by John Strickland in 2017-18.

The empty spots at the head of several Franklin County school sports programs are being filled.

Franklin County Athletic Director Steve Horton has had a busy spring looking for coaches for both high school and middle school programs.

Horton recently announced the hiring of several coaches.

The choice of a unified brand and logo for Franklin County School sports teams will be delayed until the new school year.

The search for a new brand for Franklin County athletics is being delayed.

Franklin County Athletic Director Steve Horton announced last week that a survey was being conducted to find a unified brand for the Franklin County High School and Franklin County Middle School sports teams.

A survey is being conducted to pick a unified logo and lettering for athletic teams at Franklin County High School and Franklin County Middle School. The survey can be accessed at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GR86C5V. The options include two new designs and two designs that have been used in the past. Voting on the survey will be open until Monday.

Franklin County athletics is searching for a brand.

It’s own brand.

“There’s so many iconic logos out there,” County Athletic Director Steve Horton said. “Franklin County does not have one.”

Currently, the coaches in the individual sports at Franklin County High School and Franklin County Middle School use the logos and lettering they think best for their teams.

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A benefit will be held Saturday at Destiny Fellowship for Brandie Johnson (center), who was injured in a car accident. She is pictured with her parents, Tammie and Paul Hood. (Photo by Eberhardt)

CANON – You never forget the days that change your life.

Paul Hood vividly remembers the day that changed the life of his family, especially his daughter, Brandie Johnson.

Obituaries

LAVONIA – Bobbie Ann Wilson Pierce, 78, of Lavonia died Sept. 30, 2015, at her home. Born Aug.
CARNESVILLE – Kathryn Elizabeth Mc-Connell Worley, 70, of Carnesville, died Oct.
HARTWELL – James Alton “Boone” Milford, 84, died Oct.

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