2011-10-05 / Editorial


By Bonnie K. Taylor General Manager The True Citizen

Burke County’s own Jason White will be playing at Celebrity Waiter Night at the Good Day Café. He will have his CDs for sale.


Don’t forget to wear your pink on Friday to show your support of finding a cure for Breast Cancer. Wear your pink in honor of a breast cancer survivor or in memory your loved one or friend.

It’s Pink every Friday in October!


The 23rd annual “Come Home to Keysville” celebration is this Saturday.

Georgia Power Area Manager Lisa Smith will be the keynote speaker and Waynesboro Police Chief Alfonzo Williams will serve as master of ceremonies. It will be a fun filled day for all ages.


It’s almost Fair time! The Waynesboro Exchange Club Fair will be next week from Oct. 11-15. Lots of food, fun and entertainment. Remember, proceeds from the fair are used by Exchangites for many community projects including a scholarship fund. Thank you, Exchange Club members, for another exciting event!


Oct. 2-8 is National 4-H Week. Two pages of this week’s True Citizen are devoted to 4-H news, thanks to Dr. Frank Carter and the local Extension Service. Heather Savelle, local extension agent and 4-H coordinator, is doing a splendid job getting students involved in leadership and community projects through agriculture, the environment, health and nutrition.

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