This week’s luncheon program will be the last one for October Program’s Chairman, Daniel Warren who brings Danny Christmas, Ware County Schools Resources Officers Director. All schools must have a resources officer on campus. The officer must be committed to strengthening the home to school connection. Parents are encouraged to support and be involved to give a positive impact on their child’s learning progress.
This week Saturday, November 2, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., all members are to work to upgrade facilities at the Fairgrounds. Bring tools to weed-eat, repair sagging doors in restrooms, and others listed by Jimmy White, Vice-President of Fairgrounds. Come any other day you want to work if you can’t make it Saturday to work a day as needed during the week.
Next week, the speaker we will have Thursday, November 7th at 12:30 p.m. with November Programs Chairman, Freddie Smith, is TBA.
Of course, the following week of November 12 to 16 brings our Okefenokee Agricultural Fair with food, rides, amusements, games, music animals judging in which you are to participate as a worker.
Volunteer Members are needed to help on 1 or 2 of our parking, ticket taking, ticket sales or other committees. Remember to sign up! Desserts must be brought to Cretia Dowling, cell 592-1089 or 283-8315 (home), between 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. evening dinner (two or more if possible).


President Burton Carter read a letter of thanks from the South Georgia Chapter American Red Cross, Terri Jenkins, Executive Director.
Ms. Jenkins thanked our Exchange Club for our donation and support of the organization’s blood drives. The Red Cross delivers immediate relief for the safety of injured and can make a big difference in the lives of others by calming fears of needy and others affected by injury and disasters.


Jimmy White and Jonathon Daniell recorded the following projects our members need to do to make it safe again for the Fair 12th-16th November. Cutting paper for decorating stalls in youth building (may have been done last workday!); Blow out spider webs in Exhibit building (may have been done!) Clean out office in large building (may have been done!); Restrooms, Restroom doors reported inside; Campground scrub trees cut down; all buildings cleaned out, restroom signs replaced with new ones; Hog barn cleaned out of hay, disinfected and replaced with new hay; Midway seems to be in good shape; weed-eating where needed.


Ginger Peagler has lists of all club members’ names and communication information for you to correct and pick up from her.
New members get a binder with names. Check information!


Daniell Warren introduced Jason Strickland WCHS Football the coach who said he is excited but not yet satisfied for the season.
Ninth grade game was a win for WCHS. He had 55 ninth graders apply. Two middle schools are doing wonderful. Waycross is undefeated for the fourth time. The new Agricultural facility has helped improve the stadium workouts. They start this year at Statesboro (they won). Then Homecoming game. New Hampstead is good. The last game in Wayne County. The success he said is to (win games and (2) to practice morning and night! Players need role models on life: how to respond to get events to come our way. Learn by experience to get better responses. Can control some of the game and some are out of control. Got to feel good of experiences controlled and be proud of what was done. Jason Whittaker had done a good job of getting players in shape with Olympic training. The community has helped by feeding the team before and after practice to have energy. They are keeping track of students’ class status. He uses Good Purpose: I Can, I Will, I Know.
Have good expectations and working goals. ATTITUDE chosen gets you in charge.


Daniel Warren introduced Mandy Lingenfelter as WCHS Women’s Basketball Coach. She is excited to be back this 9th year. Tryouts are exciting and were successful! Their overall record is 63-18 and 13 Freshmen this year. Waycross Middle School is bringing much potential to their team but takes two years to build champion winning. Wayne County and Statesboro are strong teams. Thanks, Mandy!


Coach Kingston Clark said his goal is to give good opportunity for boys to play and grow. He gives them an open opportunity to play.
God gives him an opportunity to coach. He has ten former members now coaching teams. Two to three basketball scholarships are available compared to one-hundred for football players to seek! He is glad to be back in South Georgia his home. He went away, was miserable and is now home. He wants young men to know him as a person who loves God. But, players have to have a “heart” to go to work for success. Thanks, Coach Clark!

Unity for Service

Our Motto - Unity for Service
The motto was adopted in 1917.
Its originator, Charles Berkey,
said the motto was inspired
by the 133rd Psalm, which says
“Behold how good and pleasant
it is for brethren to dwell
together in unity.”

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