Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Coast Lines

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Coast Lines

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"If I were Guy Millner and I'd spent over $10 million in the

last three years and I only had what was shown in this poll, I'd

be very concerned. That would be a matter of great consternation

to me. He's been on television more than Ivory Soap."

-- State Rep. Roy Barnes, one of four Democratic candidates for

governor, about unimpressive numbers for GOP gubernatorial

candidate Millner in a recent poll. Story on this page.


Jody Stallings, South Carolina's 1997-98 teacher of the year,

will speak at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Royal Cafe in Brunswick at

a FOCUS Christian Singles Ministries community service program.

Stallings' program, The High Road: Ethics and Education, will

center on his teaching of moral principles in the classroom.

Reservations for the supper and program must be made by

tomorrow by calling (912) 634-9527. Admission, including the

meal, is $12.50, or $5 just to hear Stallings' presentation.


The High School Fine Arts Exhibit is on display through

Wednesday in the Clara Wood Gould Library at Coastal Georgia

Community College in Brunswick.

The exhibit includes more than 100 pieces of art by high school

students from Glynn, Camden, McIntosh and Brantley counties.

An awards ceremony will be at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, followed by

a reception. The library will be closed for the Thanksgiving

holiday this weekend; it will reopen Monday.


The following agencies offer emergency shelter services for

battered women and their children in South Georgia.

Brunswick: Amity House. 24-hour crisis hot line: (912)

264-4357 or 1-800-334-2836. Serves primarily Glynn County but

also assists battered women from neighboring counties.

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