|Bounds celebrates 90th with family|
|Written by News Desk|
|Friday, 19 July 2013 08:56|
Ruth Bounds (seated center) says she is very proud of her family, especially two of her great granddaughters who are cast members in the Millbrook Community Player's production of "Annie."
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Millbrook resident Ruth Bounds (seated center at right) celebrated her 90th birthday in June surrounded by her loving family. Thirty two members of Bounds family dropped by to help her celebrate. Bounds is still very active; she tends her garden and still sings in the church choir at Millbrook First United Methodist Church. Among family members present were: her son, Dr. Donald Roush - Professor at UNA and his wife Kathy, son-in-law Dr. Ronald March, grandsons Col. Max Lantz II - USAF and Ken Lantz, granddaughter in law Renee Lantz.
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Supreme Court Justice concerned about civics education
By ART PARKER, Editor
A few weeks ago Alabama Supreme Court Justice Jim Main (pictured right) spoke to students at the Jones School of Law at Faulkner University. In addition to reviewing the diversity of the Alabama Supreme Court, Main stressed the importance of civics education in our schools and the importance of promoting civics by the soon to be lawyers.Read more...
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Photo: Jasmine Farrow (center), a student in the Elmore County Technical School's...
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