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March 11, 1976

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k From left are Florence Robinson, Alzexia Phillips, Edith Goldsberry, CharLzine Turner, Helen Mahone, Jocelyn Mason, Emma Boone, Sceiva Holland. (Seated) -- newly installed Continentals--Mary Edwards, Gracie Jones, Anita Lennard, Nannie Rhodes. Not shown are: Mary Stephens, Denise Mahone, Gloria Primus, Doretha Carson, Betty Wilson and Barbara Rackley. Y -- Mayor Johnny Ford makes Elliot Hopkins (left) and Charles hands) honorary citizens of Tuskegee during the family reunion last family. CircuitClerk James Hopkins looks on as his brothers receive Cheer-Up Club greets member citizens Thurs- Area was retired program from tom- the the tour, out that citizens of types with we With the Program to John A. Andrew where we saw the X-ray lab, and went through many of the patients' rooms so they may get a feeling of what a patient goes through during a hospital stay and they talked to some technicians found in hospitals, viewed a The Macon County RSVP Cheer-up Club met at the RSVP office Monday. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Sarah McWright. Devotion was led by Mrs. Annie Mae Borrom. The club welcomed two members, Mrs. Jennie Trabue and Mrs. Annie Sinclair. movie that gave insight as to Mrs. Anit~ Adams was general and overview ,ofcommended ~or the work she hospitals and what they re has done in assisting several all about," she said. Miss Johnny Rivers, the director of the retired senior citizens' program, said she felt the tour was successful in letting the retired citizens get to see the workings of a hospital and have some of their fears eliminated. There are many activities that over 1,000 retired parti- -ipatin~ senior citizens in Tuskegee have the oppor- tunity to go on in the months to come according to Miss Rivers. persons in receiving S.S.I. benefits and feeding elderly citizens out in the county. She also assisted an elderly lady in getting a decent place to live. Officers elected for the year: Mrs. Sarah McWright, president; Mrs. Rosie Williams, vice president; Mrs. Anita Adams, secre- tary; Mrs. Mattie Thomas, assistant secretary; Mrs. Edna HoUoway, treasurer; and Mrs. Mary Cloud, Chap- lain. New members join chapter The Tuskegee Chapter of Continental Societies Inc., recently installed four new members into the society in a garden ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Robinson. New members include Mary Edwards, Gracie Jones, Anita Lennard and Nannie Rhodes. The organization is geared to help disadvantaged youth in the areas of educational, social, medical and recre- ational welfare. Organized in the Tuskegee area since 1972, the Continentals have sponsored several projects that have aided many children in Macon County. According to Sceiva ,.Holland, publicity chairman, the Continentals will official- ly announce their special project and fund raising activity for 1976 next week. Price nanled to state post Governor Ceorge C. Wallace has appointed Edward L. Pryce to the Board of Examiners of Land- scape Architects to fill the unexpired term of the late Holley A. Mitchell ending Jan. 3. Pryce is, to date, the only landscape architect to receive the ASLA certificate of merit, the highest honor awarded upon graduation from an accredited school of landscape architecture given" out once each year. He is a 1934 graduate of Tuskegee Institute and after graduation attended Ohio State University an,(] then enrolled at the University of California at Berkeley. 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