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Thanks for help at back-to-school rally
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Editor, Project Reach G.A.N.G.’s Back-to-School rally was once again a huge success for Liberty County and the surrounding areas. Project Reach G.A.N.G. Inc. gives all the credit to God and would like to specially thank its many sponsors and booth participants. The attendance was outstanding at more than 1,500 people. The entertainment also was great with recording artist Naomi Ruth McFadden, USA Weightlifting Team Hinesville, Ayoluwa African Dance Theater, Polynesians Dancers, and guest speaker Larry “Gator” Rivers of the World Famous Harlem Globetrotters.  
Plans are under way for the 2011 Back-to-School Rally, which will be July 9, 2011. Businesses and groups that are interested in taking part should call Project Reach G.A.N.G. at 977-3951 or e-mail or Pre-registration forms will be available July 30 for booth spaces and sponsorships at
G.A.NG. wishes to acknowledge the following program participants:
Education: Liberty County Board of Education member Verdell Jones (District 1), 3rd ID color guards, GANG, Mrs. Kelema Kings, Mayor William Austin of Riceboro, Councilman Chris Stacy, Shanice Addison, Phyllis Tucker, Charlene Burford, Rovonda Fleming of SNF Chemtall Inc., Mr. Jay Stevens, State Rep. Al Williams District, Capt. Scott Mori of the 3rd Sustaiment Brigade, Leah Poole of the United Way, Liberty County School Board Chairwoman Lily Baker, Mrs. Mary Beth Evans of LeConte-Woodmanston Plantation, Ebony Frazier, Pastor Richard Sheffield of Riceboro Church of God and  recording artists G.A.N.G. God’s Anointed Now Generation.  
Sponsors and booth participants: Ms. Phyllis Tucker and the employees of SNF Chemtall for the donation of 500 book bags, Jennifer Buehler of VIP Promotions, SNF Chemtall Inc., the LeCounte Family, G.A.N.G. Members and Parent Association, Liberty County Health Dept., Robert Hawkins,Christ Prayer Deliverance Outreach Center, Restoration and Deliverance Ministry, Jimmy Martin and the LCRD, Hawkins Electric Co. Inc., High Fidelity Club, Georgia Forestry, Hinesville Area Arts Council, the Coastal Courier, Hospice of Savannah, city of Riceboro, Georgia Power Co., Strayer University, Cedrick Robertson and the Liberty Blazers, Fellowship of Love Worship Center, Liberty County Sheriff Dept., Riceboro Church of God, WGML Radio Station, St. James Sports Center, Coca-Cola Bottling Co., WTOC-TV, the Liberty County Road Dept., Mark Floyd, Porta Toilet, Kindas Entertainment, Randolph Jones Hayride, LeCounte-Woodmanston Plantation, Liberty County Waste Dept., Keep Liberty Beautiful, Helen’s Haven Children Advocacy Center, Right From the Start Medicaid, Liberty County DFCS, The Heritage Bank, Long County E-Z Riders, GeoVista Federal Credit Union, Ray of Hope, Liberty County Mosquito Control, Front Riders Bike Club, Judd’s Custom, AASU’s Liberty Center, the 3rd ID Infantry Division, Lisa Vaughn  of Liberty County Schools Parent Mentor, the American Red Cross Blood Bank, Fort Stewart Public Affairs Office, Phillip Houston, Rodrick Dowling, Keldrin Oliver, the Liberty County YMCA, Amerigroup, St. James Community Church, Target in Midway, Samuel Bivin Services, M.A.C.E., Elaine Boggs Realty, Rogerwoods, Derst Baking, Rent-a-Center, Food Lion, Hinesville Ford, NeSmith Chevrolet, Interstate Navy Credit Union, Crossroad Chiropractic Wellness Center, U.S. Navy recruiting station-Hinesville, Gifted Concepts, In and Out of Focus, Liberty County 4-H, Lenton & Brianne Felton, Mallory Ruiz, Steve Sikes, VIP Printing, Riceboro Church of God, Ronald McDonald, Mt. Carmi Deliverance, Mary Kaye, Wanda Julian, Liberty County EMS, Bobby Ryon, Gospel Train Catering Service and Elton Britton, JT Jones, Diversity Health Center and Destiny LeCounte.  
If any sponsors or business were left out, please forgive us. Once again, thank you! We could not have done it without you. We’re looking forward to seeing you on July 9, 2011.
Project Reach G.A.N.G. Inc. will be one of the guest choirs at the January 2011 prayer caucus for the lawmakers opening session in Atlanta at the State Capitol.  If you would like to make a donation to help the youth group with transportation costs, please make checks payable to Project Reach and submit them to the address below. We are a nonprofit, community youth organization.
Project Reach GANG Inc.
God’s Anointed Now Generation
P.O. Box 465
Riceboro, Georgia 31323

— Lavonia LeCounte,
Project Reach G.A.N.G. executive director
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