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Back to school rally was a success
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Editor, Thank you Liberty County and surrounding areas.
The Back to School Rally was a huge success for Liberty County and the surrounding areas. Project Reach GANG Inc. gives all credit to God and special thanks to its many sponsors and booth participants. The attendance was outstanding — close to 1,500. The Show Time at the Rally entertainment was equally great. Plans are on the way for the 2010 Back to School Rally, which will be July 10, 2010.  Businesses and groups that are interested in becoming a part of the next rally should contact Project Reach GANG at P.O. Box 465, Riceboro, GA 31323, call 977-3951 or e-mail or
Pre-registration forms will available July 30 for booth spaces and sponsorships at
GANG wishes to acknowledge the following program participants:
The Driving Toll for Success, WTOC-TV anchor woman Karla Redditte, Deacon Kenneth Howard, Nicholas Miller, Mayor William Austin of Riceboro, Phyllis Tucker, Shay Jenkins, Rovonda Fleming of SNF Chemtall, Jay Stevens, Mayor Omari Walthour, Kevin Thomas of Auto Super Center, Lt. Col. Lillard Evans, commander 260th Quartermaster, 3rd Sustaiment Brigade, color guard team , Fort Stewart NCOIC Sgt. Wright, Jack Graves of Plain White Rapper, Mary Hancock of GEO Vista, Leah Poole of the United Way, Liberty County Superintendent Dr. Judy Scherer, school board Chairwoman Lily Baker, Show Time at the Rally Blessed of Akien S.C., The Gospel Originals of Akien, Shannon LeCounte, recording artists God’s Anointed Now Generation.
Special thanks to our sponsors and booth participants: Phyllis Tucker and the employees of SNF Chemtall, the LeCounte family, GANG members and parent association, Liberty County Health Department, Joy 100.1 FM, Christ Prayer Deliverance Outreach Center, Restoration and Deliverance Ministry, Jimmy Martin and the LCRD, Hawkins Electric Co. Inc., High Fidelity Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Capt. Annie Andrew, the United Way, Georgia Forestry, Hinesville Area Arts, the Coastal Courier, Brewton-Parker College, Hospice Savannah, the city of Riceboro, Georgia Power, Savannah Technical College, Cedrick Robertson, Fellowship of Love Worship Center – MWM Ministries, the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, Riceboro Church of God, WGML Radio, St. James Sports Center, Coka-Cola Bottling Co., WTOC-TV, Mark Floyd, Porta Toilet, Kindas Entertainment,  Dick Puelso, LeCounte Woodmanston Plantation, Liberty County Waste Department, Keep Liberty County Beautiful, Delores Mitchell, Avon, Helen’s Haven Children Advocacy Center, Right From the Start Medicaid, Liberty County Head Start Center, Liberty County DFCS, The Learning Center, The Heritage Bank, Long County E-Z Riders, Geo Vista Federal Credit Union, Ray of Hope, Liberty County Mosquito Control, Front Rider Bike Club, Judd’s Custom, Riceboro Fire Department and Dennis Fritzgerald, AASU Liberty Center, U.S. Army recruiter, Sheriff Don Martin, Lisa Vaughn Liberty County schools parent mentor, American Red Cross Blood Bank, Lighthouse Christian Academy, Fort Stewart Public Affairs Office, Phillip Houston, Rodrick Dowling, Keldrin Oliver, University of Phoneix, Liberty County YMCA, Amerigroup, St. James Community Church, Bivins Lawn Care Service, MACE, Elaine Boggs Realty, Virgil Jones, Rogerwoods, Derst Baking and Destiny LeCounte.  
Once again, thank you. We could not have done it without you. We’re looking forward to seeing you on July 10, 2010.

Lavonia LeCounte,
executive director of Project Reach GANG
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