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Spring Sports Team Pictures 2013

Golf activities for juniors

The LaFayette Golf Course and teaching pro Eddie Jackson are once again offering activities for junior golfers this summer.

Summer golf camps, three junior tournament, play days, and the adult-junior tournament are planned.

In addition, individual golf lessons for kids and adults, along with group and family instruction, are available as well from Monday through Saturday.

Junior golf has flourished at the course during Jackson’s eight years on the job. Four area school claim LaFayette as their home course, and Jackson works with the school’s golf coaches to teach the fundamentals of the swing and the short game. Four more schools occasionally use the course and several of these schools have advance to this year’s high school state tournaments, which will be held in May.

For more on these programs, call the course at (706) 639-1580 or call Jackson directly at (423) 260-3965.

Dedication of Restored Historical Markers

Everyone is invited to attend the dedication of the restored historical markers at Gordon Hall on Thursday, April 25 at 2pm. The historical markers were painstakingly restored through the fundraising efforts of the former Main Street Manager, Catherine Edgemon and the Historic Preservation Committee. We would like to thank everyone who made donations to make this possible including the Walmart Foundation, LaFayette Women’s Club,LaFayette Lions Club, LaFayette Rotary, Pizza Hut,One Eleven, Downtown Development Authority and countless others.

Scams

The LaFayette Police Department would like to advise our elderly residents to be cautious of telephone scams where the caller is usually asking the victim to wire large amounts of money to an international location.

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