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The Florida Times Union, May 18, 1999 | Go to article overview

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"Somebody in this community knows something, and they need to come forward and tell what happened."

-- Gayle Coleman, mother of a teen slain in Jeff Davis County nine years ago, again asked for help solving the homicide. Story on this page.

SAVANNAH SOJOURN

The third annual Georgia Historical Society Antiques Show and Sale, called Savannah Sojourn, is scheduled Friday through May 23 at the Savannah Civic Center.

The show will be open for general admission from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 22 and 23. Cost is $7 per person.

The show and sale will be highlighted by a black-tie Gala Preview Party on Friday evening and seminars throughout the weekend with leading experts on antique furniture and fine and decorative arts. More than 50 dealers will offer furniture, accessories and paintings.

For more information, call (912) 651-2125.

YOUTH MARCH PLANNED

The second annual Youth March Against Violence and Substance Abuse will begin with participants lining up at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Risley Middle School in Brunswick.

The march will be from 10 to 11 a.m. at Mary Ross Park on the downtown Brunswick waterfront. The parade route will follow Albany Street to R Street, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Gloucester Street, then to the park.

Educational and information booths about teen centers, ways to combat substance abuse, job counseling, military careers and other topics will be set up at the park.

For more information, call Patrick Fulton at (912) 265-9335.

BIRD PROGRAM

Fort Morris State Historic Site near Sunbury will present a program entitled "Birds of Prey of the Georgia Coast" at 2 p.m. Saturday.

The featured speaker and exhibitor will be Wendy Denton, educational program coordinator with the Center for Wildlife Education and the Lamar Q. …

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