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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Elderwatch meets July 9

Community members are invited to attend the Elderwatch meeting on Monday, July 9, at 1 p.m. at the community center attached to Forsyth Public Library.

The speaker will be a representative from the Macon County Farm Bureau’s PrimeTimers Group, who will discuss their upcoming activities and bus trips.

Area youth perform well

Ten Forsyth-area youth advanced to sectional competition in a Pitch, Hit and Run competition sponsored by the Forsyth Youth League (FYL) in conjunction with Aquafina Water and Major League Baseball. More than 30 children competed in four age levels for both boys and girls during an event held May 12 in Forsyth Park. Mike Turner, FYL president, said Reese Tirpak and Avery Smith competed in the girls sectional competition held May 19 in Riverton and were joined by eight boys who were represented in their respective divisions: Cade Culp, Stone Sowa, Cameron Reynolds, Keagen Smith, Spencer Hawbaker, Ian Tanzyus, Brock Birkholtz and Ben Nashland.

At the sectional competition, Culp, Smith and Nashland were named All Around champions for their respective age groups from approximately eight other local competitions feeding into the Riverton event. Culp and Smith placed fifth and sixth, respectively, for their age group while Nashland was in the top three and advanced to Busch Stadium in St. Louis. At the June 10 St. Louis championship competition, Nashland placed second out of three competing in his age group.

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