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2 m e S S a g e f r o m t h e p r e s i d e n t Sheriff Gene Pope B u t t s C o u n t y I am honored to have been elected President of the Georgia Sheriffs Association. To serve in this position has been a goal since first being elected Sheriff of Butts County in I am the third generation sheriff, and my family has always actively suppor ted the Association and the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. For over 50 years, the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes has provided quality care and loving homes for thousands of Georgia s children. We have had many success stories from our children over the years. Many have grown up to become pillars of their communities who now provide for their own families. There is little doubt that this would not have been possible without our Youth Homes program. We want you to know firsthand that this year has brought forth tremendous challenges for the Youth Homes, and that these next few months will prove increasingly difficult as we continue to provide for the children in our care. As a loyal supporter, please know how much we appreciate your generosity and hope that you will continue to help give Georgia s abused, abandoned and neglected youth a loving, safe and wholesome home. Again, thank you for your I am honored to have been elected President of the Georgia Sheriffs Association. To serve in this position has been a goal since first being elected Sheriff of Butts County in continued support of the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes and the Office of Sheriff. I encourage you to call on our staff at the Georgia Sheriffs Association or your local sheriff if we can be of assistance. 2 The Georgia Sheriff

3 NOVeMBER 2010 Inside this issue P.O. Box 1000 Stockbridge, GA SPONSORS Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes, Inc. OFFICERS Gene Pope President Butts County Scott Berry 1st Vice President Oconee County Howard Sills 2nd Vice President Putnam County Howard Ensley Secretary/Treasurer Murray County Logan Marshall Immediate Past President McDuffie County REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS Stacy Nicholson Gilmer County, Region 1 Ted Paxton Forsyth County, Region 2 Steve Cronic Hall County, Region 3 Jeff Watson Taylor County, Region 4 Terry Deese Peach County, Region 5 Gerald Lawson Lincoln County, Region 6 Wiley Griffin Decatur County, Region 7 Bobby McLemore Ben Hill County, Region 8 Jimmy McDuffie Effingham County, Region 9 Chaplain Steve Cronic Hall County EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR J. Terry Norris CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER James A. Bud Cody EDITOR Myra Pearrell 6 Youth of the Year 2 Message from the President 4 youth Home Campuses Welcome the Fall 8 Youth Home Activities 13 Memorials 17 The Gift Annuity 18 Fundraisers 20 Association News 23 Volunteer Spotlight 24 Crime Prevention Corner 4 8 On the Cover Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton, President of Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes, is featured on the cover celebrating the season with several children. Editorial Creed: The Georgia Sheriff is the official publication of the Georgia Sheriffs Association. Published quarterly, the magazine is designed to keep our supporters and sheriffs statewide informed about the Association and Georgia s law enforcement community. The Georgia Sheriff 3

4 Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes Welcome Fall The breezes are cooler. Crisp, colorful leaves are falling. Summer vacations have come to an end, and school is back in session. Friday nights are devoted to football games, and weekday afternoons are busy with sports practice, fall chores, homework, and school club meetings. Autumn has come to Georgia, and the staff and young people on the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes campuses are busy with preparations for the coming holidays. The kitchens are warm and fragrant, and the cottages are bright with the decorating efforts of the young people. You can sense the excitement of the youngsters as they look forward to the holidays! Cherokee Estate and MountainView. Volunteers assist with school activities such as tutoring and sports training, but many others offer assistance with gifts for the children, special meals or parties, seasonal decorations, and organizing holiday celebrations. Supporters of Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes are invaluable partners in the busy holiday season. If your organization would like to assist with a holiday project, please contact us by telephone at to volunteer, or write us at Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes, P.O. Box 1000, Stockbridge, GA Throughout the state, organizations, churches and groups are preparing for holiday projects at the Boys Ranch, Herrington Homestead, Pineland, Staff and residents on Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes campuses enjoy preparing for the busy fall and holiday season. 4 The Georgia Sheriff

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6 Youth of the Year Each year, staff members from the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes nominate a resident as the Youth of the Year to represent their campus. The young people are recognized during the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes Banquet at the annual conference. For many of them, it s an opportunity to thank the people who have helped them overcome difficult circumstances, as well as the sheriffs throughout the State of Georgia who have supported the Youth Homes. Following are excerpts from their acceptance speeches: Jennifer Boys Ranch Jennifer is 17 years old and a senior at Lowndes High School. She has lived at the Ranch for over three years, and has been involved in the summer Teen Work Program, the drama club, and the mock trial team at school. Jenny is an excellent role model for the other girls at the Ranch and a very deserving recipient of the Youth of the Year Award. A selection of the poem Jennifer wrote for the occasion is included below: From place to place, I search for a home, From one to another, I move along. At last I find a surge of hope, My heart swells with joy, as love once again surrounds me. It s overwhelming, this emotion I feel, But I know now it s strong as steel. As I gaze upon the night sky, The stars shining bright, I stare in awe as I realize, I ve finally found a place to call HOME! Dakota Pineland Dakota has been at Pineland for a year and a half, and during that time has greatly improved his grades. He is a motivated individual who now believes in himself, and this has given him the ability to accomplish many things this year. I have been through a lot in my life, and I have also seen a lot, but coming to Pineland was a big change for my brother and me. Pineland has helped me turn my life around and get on the right path. When I first came to Pineland, I had a bad attitude, my behavior wasn t good, I was not in school and did not care what happened. But Pineland has brought me to see that it was all wrong and the wrong way to go about things. I have been in Pineland for a year and six months, and achieved many goals and tasks that I thought would never happen. Pineland has brought me a long way in life, and they gave me many skills and tools that I would need to live a successful life. They have showed me care, love and discipline and have been like a family to me. It is places like Pineland that really help kids make something out of themselves when they have no other place to go in life. 6 The Georgia Sheriff

7 Timothy Mountain View Timothy was in several foster homes before he came to Mountain- View. He is 17 and a senior at Murray County High School. He worked this past summer at the local Boys and Girls Club. Timothy is a good student and looking forward to college. I can t tell you how blessed I am to be at MountainView. I am actually at a place where I truly belong. It really is a miracle that I came to MountainView, which is without a doubt the best place I have ever lived. At MountainView I don t experience abuse, sadness, or negativity. Instead it s family, positivity, fun, happiness, joy, love, and peace. I would like to thank all of you. I am truly grateful that we have people who really care about us. We have benefited from you all, and if it wasn t for you all, I wouldn t have a home to go to. Ashley Cherokee Estate Ashley is 14 and a very energetic young lady. She is a freshman at Southeast High School this fall. She is an excellent student and participates in track and field. She has been a resident of Cherokee Estate for two and a half years. When I first arrived at Cherokee Estate I was upset and hated the world, and I started out on the wrong foot. I realized that going home wasn t the best thing for me. I want to thank the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes for all the support that you have given youth over the years with help and love from houseparents, staff and counselors. You have provided benefits for me to completely change my personality and my actions to become the person I am. Thank you very much. W. S. Harms Award Lamar, Herrington Homestead The W. S. Harms Award is presented annually to a resident who has overcome many obstacles in life. The Harms Award is given by Barbara (Mrs. William) Harms and her daughter, Sharon, in honor of Dr. William Harms, who overcame many physical difficulties to teach at the Medical College of Georgia. Lamar, 16, is a resident at Herrington Homestead. He came to live at Herrington shortly before Christmas in He always has a warm smile on his face, and he has shown himself willing to help others. Because Lamar came to us with some medical problems, he has benefited from the treatment that has been available to him through the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. We have enjoyed his warm spirit and engaging personality. The Georgia Sheriff 7

8 Fall Youth Home Activities! In September, many Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes children attended the NASCAR race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, thanks to Henry County Sheriff Keith McBrayer. The children toured the speedway and met some tour members, as well as participated in activities inside the speedway. Our thanks to Sheriff McBrayer and NASCAR! The boys from MountainView were thrilled to attend a NASCAR event! Young people from the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes enjoyed the day at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. 8 The Georgia Sheriff

9 p i n e l a n d The boys of Pineland recently made their way to the North Georgia Mountains for an action-packed experience in the great outdoors. They camped at Desoto Falls Recreation Area in the Chattahoochee National Forest. They also went river rafting and visited Helen s Water Park. They learned how to pan for gold and gems and experienced gold rush fever courtesy of Crisson Gold Mine in Dahlonega. Thank you to all who helped with this endeavor, and especially White County Sheriff Neal Walden and Lumpkin County Sheriff Stacy Jarrard. The boys help out with chores on the farm at Pineland. Square bales of hay is a phrase that sometimes gets moans and groans, but when the time comes for work, the boys all pitch in and get it done. Their work is important in keeping the farm running, and they are learning valuable lessons and skills. Thank you to Kyle Snider, Marion County Sheriff Horace Snider, Oak Crest Lumber, and Henry Griffin for providing and hauling hay for the cattle on the Pineland farm. Without their help, Pineland would be purchasing hay this year. The boys from Pineland enjoyed game day with the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field. The boys thank Harris County Sheriff Mike Jolley and the Pineland committee for their new backpacks and goodies. The Georgia Sheriff 9

10 c h e r o k e e e s tat e / m o u n ta i n v i e w The girls from Cherokee Estate enjoy a fall tradition - a marshmallow roast beside a crackling campfire - before touring the corn maze at Little River Farm. Everyone has a duty. William takes care of his household chores in the kitchen at MountainView. William, Ty and Jonathan clown around after decorating the yard area at MountainView. School is back in session! Cassidy and Carley are working on a school project in the study room at Cherokee Estate. 10 The Georgia Sheriff

11 h e r r i n g t o n h o m e s t e a d Herrington residents worked with Lisa Jarriel, Resident Director, on some of the decorations around the campus as they prepare for their fall activities. Lamar is wearing his creative outfit for school tacky day. Maintenance for the campus is a full time job. Stephen, a recent high school graduate and Herrington Homestead resident, washes one of the cottages. This young resident was helping clean out a ditch directing rainwater from the cottages out into the woods. Some of the boys at Herrington lay pine straw and pull weeds from the flower beds to keep the campus looking beautiful. The air is crisp now and everyone is enjoying the change in the weather. The Georgia Sheriff 11

12 B O Y S r a n c h Study hall takes place every week day after classes at Lowndes County High School, Hahira Middle School, and Hahira Elementary School. Volunteer tutors assist with studies and try to work with each student individually, whenever possible. Our Boys Ranch beauties enjoyed dressing up for the special homecoming festivities at Lowndes County High School. Bryant, Abagayle, Malachi and Devonta, from Steele Cottage, worked on a community service project painting the South Georgia House of Hope as part of a community service project. Abagayle is the daughter of Todd and Debbie Mican, the houseparents of Steele Cottage. The South Georgia House of Hope is a home for women struggling with alcohol, drugs or abuse. 12 The Georgia Sheriff

13 Memorial Fund Many of our friends and supporters find the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes Memorial Fund a practical means of helping a child and simultaneously commemorating a departed friend or loved one. Donations can be made in memory of loved ones or in honor of a friend or loved one on their birthday, anniversary, or a special occasion. All monies contributed to the Memorial Fund are used for only two purposes: to further the education of our seniors through college or vocational school, and for capital improvements that will serve our children in the future. CONTRIButionS RECEIVED JULY 1, 2010 TO SEPTEMBER 30, Contributions to the Georgia Sheriffs Memorial Fund are listed in alphabetical order by name of the deceased. Donors are listed after the name in whose memory they contributed. Should you note any discrepancies in the listing of gifts, please contact GSA s LeAnn Bailey at All Fallen Officers Dennis & Naomi Papadeas Pattie Ralph Rowell Mrs. Catherine Addington Churck & Elaine Goodson Ms. Dorothy dot Aiken L. D. Aiken, Jr. Mr. Richard Albritton Ray & Mary Walker Mr. Eddie Allen Martha Dasher Mrs. Gloria Almand Clark & Carol Pearson Rocky & Betty Andrews Carol & Doug Ercey K-9 Deputy Arros Jerry & Rhonda Bond Lt. Col. Charles Appel Sheriff Neil Warren Mr. James Doyle Ash Wilda Southers Ms. Saundra E. Richbourg-Ashurst Emory B. Ashurst Mrs. Juanita Aspinwall Rick & Jackie Horton Mrs. Myrtle Bailey Sonny & Margaret Murphy Mr. Russel Baker R. E. Burnett Charles E. & Bradley E. Bales Billie B. Bales Ms. Sherrie Banks Nelle L. Harrington Mrs. Hazel Barnett Sheriff Stan Evans & Family Mrs. Sylvia Barr Beth Tillman Twila C. Davis Debbie Purvis Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Tebeau The Citizens Bank Donald Bryan Ansel & Betsy Clark Martin Motors Grover & Martha Reeves Queen Esther Sunday School Class The W. J. McMillan Family Larry & Helen Hunt Fr iends & Coworkers of International Army Programs Directorate Gerry & Becky Harris & Family David & Patsy Bradham Valwood School Ben & Jan Blanton Eleanor B. Stukes Mrs. Alice Barrett M Jamil & Donna Mr. Bob Barrett Nancy Mason Mr. Gil Barrett Jamil & Donna Ms. Nell Bateman Joe & Christine Parker Mr. Eugene Monk Gene Beard, Jr. Co lquitt County Sheriff s Office Employees Tom & Caroline White Mr. William Kim Becham Johnnie V. Becham Ms. Debra Bernes Sheriff Neil Warren Chief Deputy Lynda Coker Retired Sheriff & Mrs. Bill Hutson Mr. Tom Beery Dan Royal Ms. Sue Bivins Sherman Anthony Ms. Evelyn Blackburn Henry & Mary Zittrouer Mr. Alton Blackwell George Blackwell Willie Marion Blizard Mark, Jimmie Lynn & Heather Harden MR. Steve Boney Mark, Jimmie Lynn & Heather Harden Mr. Dayton Boozer Mildred Rentz Mrs. Moira Scottie Bopp Sally & Ed Feagin Mr. Arlton Bracewell Randy & Shelda Covington Mr. Billy B. Braswell Scott M. Braswell Ms. Elaine Bricker Ralph & Shari Dorminey Mr. Howard Bridges Stan Evans Mr. Leslie Bronson, Jr. Bill King Mr. Larry BrOOks Virginia Waters Mr. James W. Pete Brown William Denton Mr. Rick Brun Sheriff Neil Warren Mrs. Mary L. Bryan Retired Sheriff & Mrs. Edd Walker Mr. W. P. Bryan, Jr. Gene & Melba Scarbrough Ms. Beverly S. Bulloch Charlie & Wanda Crowder Mr. Bobby G. Caldwell John T. Guy, Sr. Jimmy Ruth Cambell Robert & Rosie Clary Mr. Jack Cantrell, Sr. R. L. & Trudy Shelton Mr. Larry Carter Mike & Khris Shanks Mr. Ross H. Carter Rosella Day Mr. Robert bobby Cato Ch arles, Cynthia, Shaun, & Sabrina Sikes & Simone Sikes Lane Ms. Kathleen Chancey Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Chancey Mr. Otis Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Dan Branch Mr. Melvin Charles Johnny & Carol Hawkins Mr. Shane Cleveland Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Cronic Tracy Marchman Bud & Judy Cody J. Terry Norris Mr. Ferrell Cofer Arthur & Gail Posey Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Pat, Melissa & Kelley Posey Mr. Royce Coker, Jr. Royce Coker, Sr. Mr. Roland Kile Colburn The Peoples Bank Ms. Elizabeth Connor Thomas N. Connor, Sr. Mrs. Margaret Love Covington Bob & Trudy Shelton Ms. Betty Crawley George Hancock & Taylor Mr. Donnie Culpepper Trisha W. Fincher Mr. Joey Culpepper, Jr. Faye Blanchard Ms. Phyllis E. Culpepper Green Meadows Golf Club, Inc. Jimmy, Betty & Terry Norris Mrs. Virginia Curington Linda & Wayne Dykes Ms. Joyce Dalton Sherman Anthony Mr. Keith Daniel Jeanelle Daniel Mr. Jimmy Davis Margie & Dennis James Mr. Mike Dowd Edmond Dowd The Georgia Sheriff 13

14 Ms. Frances Duncan Ona McGahee Mr. Jimmy Lamar Edge Gina Thompson & Johnny Crawford Mr. Frank Edlin R. L. & Trudy Shelton Mr. Ben D. Edwards Dorothy C. Holland Ms. Juanita McKuhens Eggers Gene & Melba Scarbrough Ms. Erkia EickhOFF Carl E. Eickhoff Ms. Jane Ellis Mary F. Orange Mr. William Embry Charles & Linda Sherrer Ms. Linda Faircloth John F. Knight Norman & Helen Faircloth Jeff Faircloth Ms. Louise Farrar Sheriff Scott Chitwood Doctor Harvey Fish Retired Sheriff & Mrs. Bill Hutson Mr. Harry Fisher Eva Doris Gurley Holsenbeck Terrell & Docia Floyd Carlene Talton & Patti Noffsinger Ed & Patty Redmond Brandon & Kitt Orr Jane & Butch Talton Mr. Rhudy Forrest Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Wilson Mrs. Rachel Fox Jerry & Janis Mangum Lyn Franks Mrs. Flavel Tawzer Ms. Dorothy French Mark, Jimmie Lynn & Heather Harden Ms. Frances M. Gable Laura F. Wilson Blake Gammill #591 Harold Morris Ms. Faye W. Gantt Mr. & Mrs. Dale V. Boone Mr. & Mrs. V. A. Pete Boone Gene & Melba Scarbrough Ms. Mary Garmon Ona McGahee Ms. Elizabeth Willis Garrett Debbie & Johnny Womack Mr. Peter Garrison Oscar & Janis Roberts Mr. Samuel M. Gaston Marie T. Gaston Ms. Estelle Virginia Nutt Gay Electric Wholesale Supply Mr. Ray Gilmer Virginia Waters Mr. Edgar Bruce Gocke Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Wilson Sheriff Jerry Godby South Georgia Ambassaors Charles & Shelley Ferguson Billy & Rebecca Williams Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Wilson Ms. Bev Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Dan Branch Mr. David Gore Lofton & Murlene Haymons Mr. Norris Goss Dan & Vanita Anderson Mr. Reginald Reggie Grace Sheriff & Mrs. Terry W. Deese Mr. Paul Louis Graham Bill King Mrs. George Gray Jean Luke Parker Mrs. Ethel Gregory William E. Clanton Ms. Fostelle Gregory Mark, Jimmie Lynn & Heather Harden Mr. Tom Gregory Arthur & Gail Posey Mr. Charlie Griffin Jamil & Donna Ms. Myrtice Grimsley Martin Motors Mr. James Everett Griner Victor, Carolyn, C.J., Meg & Kara Dobbs Mr. Richard Griner June Griner Ms. Ruby M. Gurley Eva Doris Gurley Holsenbeck Ms. Beatric I. Haddock Lawrence T. Haddock, Jr. Mr. Clifford B. Hadley Sheriff Donny Turner & Staff Lajoy Hagler Terrie & Carey Cannon Mr. Leon L. Hall Tom & Bernice Strickland Mrs. Wynell Hall Arthur & Gail Posey Mr. John Ellis Hammock Wayne County Sheriff s Office Bonnie Hancock George Hancock & Taylor Carol Hancock George Hancock & Taylor Ms. Delores Hancock Ralph & Shari Dorminey Hettie, Bruce & Wilma Sjogren Mr. Price Harding Ann Barfield Mrs. Austell Harris Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Brown Mr. & Mrs. Dale Brown Benji & Jeremy Brown Mr. & Mrs. Mike McCarty & Family Ms. Rosa Mae Harris Minnie Harms Mr. James Hartley We yrehaueser Woodyard Maintenance Team Mr. Joe Harvey Dan Royal Mr. John Haynes Jack Houston Ms. Sandra Henderson Ann & Bill Morse Mr. ThOMAs Ray Hendrick, Sr. Emory & Sheri Giddens The Oakes Family Robert Cobb Dr. Frank & Candace Morgan Ms. Mary Herndon Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Watson, III Mr. JoJo Hester R. E. Burnett Mr. Joseph Hester Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Watson, III Norma P. Hornsby Mr. Sonny Hewett Patricia Futch Mr. Charles Hill Bill & Jackie Hutson Mr. Jasper Hill Class of 1960 Mr. Jimmy Hill Dan & Marie Branch Mr. William T. Hill Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Mr. William B. Hinton Harold & Virginia Thomas Ms. Rebecca Gardner Hobaugh Jamil & Donna Mr. Robert L. Holloway Jerry, Rachel & David Jolly Mrs. Flavel Tawzer Mr. Joe Holsenbeck Paul & Vera Deason Mrs. Norma young Hooks Lane Tyson Mr. W. G. Hortman Sonny & Margaret Murphy Mr. P. L. Howard Mr. & Mrs. Delton Hillard Mr. Rufus Floyd Hudgins Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Mr. Charles Charlie douglas Hudson, Jr. Joan Erkhart Herman Matthews Mr. Eddie Eugene Hudson Larry & Wanda Lewis J. W. & Nita Hudson Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Ross Mr. Jerry Hudson Arlen, Angie, Trent & Justin Davis Lavon huges Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Wayne Fletcher Mr. Chris Hulett Harold & Grace Gowder Ms. Ethel Ingle Serge & Jean Loussarian Mrs. Ruth Herndon Ivey Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Watson, III Ms. Flora B. Jackson Betty Willingham Mrs. Joyce Jackson Sonny & Margaret Murphy Mr. Cliff Jacobs Nancy Jacobs Mrs. Eloise Buxton Jenkins Johnie & Evans Crockett Mrs. Dorothy Jeter Sue J. Youngblood Ms. Diane Johnson Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Mr. Olan Joiner Clay & Joann Joiner Bob & Mignon Jones Inez Alexander Mr. Jack Jones Nell Jones Mr. Jessie Willis Jones, Sr. Gloria H. Jones Mr. Kenneth Jones M ike Winslett & the Staff of DTH Expeditors, Inc. Rev. Somers Jones, Sr. Charles & Louise Johnson Mr. Will Kemper Bryant & Maryann Martin Ms. Brenda Lee Kenny Bob & Faye Davis Ms. Julie Anne Kiff John W. Billy Lewis Ms. Devada bot Kilcrease Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Arthur & Gail Posey Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Pat, Melissa & Kelley Posey Mr. Jimmy Kilcrease Arthur & Gail Posey Mr. V. C. Kinard Johnny & Beth Noble Ms. Elsie Kitchens Robert & Rosie Clary Mrs. Mavis Embry Kniceley Johnny & Carol Hawkins Mr. Floyd Knowles Turner County Stockyards, Inc. Mr. W. D. Knowles Lofton & Murlene Haymons Turner County Stockyards, Inc. Mr. William Billy Kobs B. T. Johnson & Family Grillmasters Allen & Joan Erkhart Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Abell Liz Easterlin Ms. Patricia Dent Krick Rosa P. Mandon Mr. Larry Lacy Chuck & Betty Vollenweider Mrs. Iris Lane Paula & Sonny Stapleton 14 The Georgia Sheriff

15 Dr. Quentin Lawson Mr. & Mrs. Archie Griffin Mr. Victor Lehto Sheriff Neil Warren Retired Sheriff & Mrs. Bill Hutson Mr. Roscoe Lipsey Funston United Methodist Church Mr. Huey Long Betty Houska Sharon Frankenberg Tarvis Love Frank & Candace Morgan Mr. Joe Luke Jean R. Luke Ms. Estella Majors Ken & Julie Partain Mr. Ernest MalcOM Tom & Peggy Clark Mr. Rudy Maples Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Mr. Virgil Marchant Ray & Mary Walker Ms. Denise Markowski Ray & Mary Walker Mr. John Allen Marshall, Sr. Mrs. Louie A. Moore Marshall Sheriff J. Don Martin Ed & Susie Haymans & Family Martha Mitchell Bacon County Sheriff s Office Sue & Bob Avra Joe E. Anderson Donald & Betty Kennedy William & Carol Wege Veronica Greco Mr. & Mrs. William M. Hughes Arlen Bradeen Charles & Mary Lias, Leon Ross Richard & Lynn Pattison Franklin & Cynthia Mitchell & Family Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Wilson Ms. Nancy Martin Sheriff W. A. Harrell Mr. Morris D. Mason Nancy E. Mason Margaret, Butch, Jon & Karen Walls Mr. Glenn Mauney Phillip, Carol & Duff Ayers Mr. Asbury McCants Bo & Anne Barrow Mr. Gene McCleskey Crop Production Services Ma tt Crowe, Steve Hancock & Dusty Denton Jimmie Carol & Will Daniels Mr. & Mrs. Bill Horne & Family Joe & Patricia Williams Lasseter Implement Company, LLC Dana G. Sparrow Elizabeth P. Buttimer Mr. & Mrs. Ronney Ledford & Family Lee & Sharon Harris, Ben & Natalie, Lee Jr., Krista & Children Findlay Gin Company Mary Bowen Pinehurst Equipment Company, Inc. Dollie Haynes Leroy Bowden Marvin & Thelma Heath Myrna Bailey Bank of Dooley David & Beverly Dunaway Thomas & Jeanne Kent Marion Smith Mr. Danny MccOrvey Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Watson, III Ms. Louise McEver Ralph & Shari Dorminey Mr. Jimmie McGee Eleanor O. Gay Mr. McJenkin Annie McJenkin Ms. Sara Compton McKibben Eleanor O. Gay Mr. Jimmy McNeill Ann Barfield Mr. Jim Meeks Bill & Jackie Hutson Mr. Martin Meeks Joe & Jerry Ray Samuel Tift Ms. Mary Lee Rice Miller Eddie & Stella Minson & Family Mr. Thurman Miller Philip P. Harmon Ms. Juanita Mitchell Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Cronic Mr. Robert L. Montague Betty W. Montague Mr. Alan Paul MOOre Jo hnny Crawford & Gina Thompson Ms. Candace MOOre William E. Clanton Mr. Donald MOOre Martha Dasher Ms. Ruby Posey MOOre Arthur & Gail Posey Mr. Greg MOOrman Margree McAfee Meeks Mr. Harry M. Moseley, Sr. Harry M. Moseley, Jr. Ms. Rebecca Mullikin Dale & Patricia Frazier Ms. Jane Dent Newsom Sallie Maurine Hahn Mr. Buddy Noland R. E. Burnett Ms. Margaret Norman Angeline M. Salter Ms. Barbara Ann Norris Louise Bonner Mr. Dennis Scott O Donnell John & Janet Lewis Mr. Tommy E. OdOM, Sr. Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes Mr. James Jr. O Neal Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Larry & Wanda Lewis Mrs. Sylvia Owens R. L. & Trudy Shelton Mr. John D. Page, Sr. Mary B. Ussery Mr. Buddy Parker Ralph & Shari Dorminey Mrs. Nellie Parker Ann Barfield Ms. Vivian Parker Ralph & Shari Dorminey Mr. walter Parker Barbara Channell Mrs. Katheryn Patterson Frank & Linda Givens Ms. Frances Payne Bill & Helen Vickery Ms. Breanna Corynne Peacock Faith Whitaker Mr. Lamar Peavy Sheriff Cullen Talton Ms. Betty (ward) Cross Penn R obert & Rosie Clary - Clary Logging, Inc. Bank of Dooly Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Arthur M. & Gail M. Posey Larry & Wanda Lewis A. J. & Rosella Jarvis Ms. Carole Gregory PerdOMO Johnny & Carol Hawkins Mr. Charles Petty R. E. Burnett Mr. James H. Pierce Mary Sue Gainer Mr. Donald L. Pike Emma J. Pike Mr. Wesley Pitts Colonel Jeff & Linda Strickland Mr. Brewer Pope Virginia Waters Mr. Earlie E. Posey David & Brenda Posey & Family Mrs. JOAn Powell Trish Fincher Ms. Julia Powell Barbara Channell Ms. Sarah wannelle Powell Marie & Melvin Helms Mrs. Marilon Prescott Margree Meeks K. T. Price The Skeet Collins Family Mr. Josh Pritchett Donald Hays Family Ms. Gail Puckett Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Cronic Mr. Loren L. Purvis, Sr. Bill & Helen Vickery Brownie W. Ragan Tony & Willie Ragan Mrs. Sue Reaves Johnny & Carol Hawkins Mrs. Lucille Register Brent & Teresa Merriman & Family Mr. Dewey Reynolds Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Mrs. Helen Rogers Rhew Robert S. Rhew Ms. Betty Powell Rigdon Dr. Paul F. Morgan & Candace Mr. Ed Roberts Paul & Vera Deason Ms. Elsie Roberts Hillie Davis Mrs. Ruby Robeson Dr. & Mrs. Frank Morgan Mrs. OPAl Robinson Bobby & Ira Jean Tanner Mr. Leonard Rollins Mooney & Sug Chitwood Kim & Randy Bramlett Mr. Mike Roobin Eula Jo & A. J. Lyndsea & Austin Childs Mr. Joe Rooks Paul & Vera Deason Mr. William Bill Ropelewski Brenda Douglas Randy & Shelda Covington Mr. Bobby Ross Luel Turner Ms. Alice Rylander Sally & Edwin Feagin Former Sheriff Earl Sasherowe Harold Morris Mr. Herbert A. Schroer Stan & Sandy Reaves Bud & Judy Cody Tracy Wells J. Terry Norris Tommy & Sharon Connell Ben & Nisey Wetherington Ansel & Betsy Clark Mrs. Converse Ferrell Susan & Kenny Crago John & Beth Tillman Brent & Teresa Merriman & Family W. D. & Jane Burgsteiner, Jr. Carolyn Hood Ms. Hazel Senkbeil The Oakes Family Mr. Preston Sheffield Arlen, Angie, Trent & Justin Davis Retired Sheriff Don Shirley Patricia & William Timms Ms. Irene Shue Sara Harris Mr. Greg Smith Nancy Smith Ms. Mary Smith Mark, Jimmie Lynn & Heather Harden Mrs. Mildred H. Smith Bobbie Beverly Mr. Rhett Smith Ralph & Shari Dorminey Ms. Doris Snellgrove Gilda & Emmett Bonnett The Georgia Sheriff 15

16 Mr. Elmer J. Soles Tony & Willie Ragan Mr. Dale Spradlin Sheriff Mike Yeager & Staff Mrs. Bertha Sproul J. Terry Norris Bud Cody Tracy Wells Jamil & Donna Ms. Kathryn Stalcup David Shapiro Ms. Betty J. Starling Martha, Scott, Melanie & Monty Dasher Ms. Betty Ann Stiehl Sheriff Donny Turner & Staff Mr. walter Stoudenmire Jean R. Luke Mr. Francis Stubbs Allijean Stubbs Mr. James Winston Sumner Gene & Melba Scarbrough Mr. Robert Sutton Sheriff Neil Warren Chief Lynda Coker Retired Sheriff & Mrs. Bill Hutson Mr. Jack L. Swygert Larry S. Boak Ms. Sarah Talley John & Olene Kelley Mr. Wilburn Tanner Harrison & Lois Sears Ruth Zimny Mr. Harry Taylor Lisa Lewis & Michael Gutierrez Mrs. Mary Pearl Taylor Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Cronic Ms. Lavada Royal ThOMPson Ware Bonding Mr. Luther Timmons, Sr. Sarah Timmons Mrs. Dora Timms Sonny & Margaret Murphy Steve & Debra Stanfill Mr. Phil Todd Sheriff Mike Yeager & Staff Mr. Mack Toole Joan Toole Mrs. Sarah Dekle Truluck Virginia Waters Mr. Hugh K. Turk Sheriff & Mrs. Steve Cronic Colonel Jeff & Linda Strickland Rickey & Florence Tumlin Ms. Ellen Turner Ray & Mary Walker Mr. James Turner Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Colonel Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Ms. Louise Turner Ella Jim Martin & Family Mr. H. M. Turton, Jr. Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Billy & Mary Ellen Hancock Mr. Junior UnderwOOd Bill & Helen Vickery Mr. Ralph Veazey Lindsey Kaiser Mr. Charles R. Vinson Gail & Charles Fran Smith Jessica Lopez Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Webb Brenda Folsom Beverly & Bruce Johnson Clark, Teresa & Lil Clark Bass Julme & Janet Kinnebrew Claire & Charles Simmerson Hudson & Michelle Arthur Ted & Brenda Horton Jimmy & Nancy Poole Citizens Telephone Company, Inc. Linda Parrish Thomas Harrell Liz Easterlin Debbie Purvis Scott & Suzy Adams Sandra & Lamar Altman Bill & Lori Bennett Garry & Rose Ann McGlamery & Family C. E. Findley, Jr., D.M.D., P.C. Russell & Kathy Adams SB&T Bank Citizens Bank of Americus Fay McKinney Ms. Shirley Vinson Tom & Caroline White Ms. Geniene Powell waldrip Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Dorothy & Bobby Jolly Ms. Tawny wargo Henry S. Bentley Mr. Kylan warren J. Terry Norris Bud Cody Tracy Wells Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Sheriff Neil Warren Chief Deputy Lynda Coker Retired Sheriff & Mrs. Bill Hutson Mr. J. Talmadge Webb George & Marilyn Wright Rodney & Rosemary Alexander Franklin LaVerne Weeks Sh eriff Chris Prine & Staff - Lowndes County S.O. Mr. Donald Wells Mark, Jimmie Lynn & Heather Harden Ms. Rhonda Wells Dr. Kirk Krueger Mr. Dale Westfall Barbara Westfall Mr. Ashley Wiggins R. L. & Trudy Shelton Mrs. Mary E. Wiggins R. L. & Trudy Shelton Mr. Johnny M. Wilbanks Chad O. Wilbanks Mr. Earl D. Williams George & Lenda Kirkland Mr. Edwin boe Williams Norman & Eleanor Weiffenbach Mr. & Mrs. Leland Clanton Ms. Lou Nell Williams Donna & Michael Cain Ms. Helen Windham Dan Royal Ms. Mary Elizabeth worn Chadine Popham Mr. Billy Wright Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Watson, III Mr. Bobby Gene Wright, Jr. Sheriff Donnie & Peggy Haralson Mr. Alton Yeomans Brent & Teresa Merriman & Family Ms. Alma Yielding Bud & Judy Cody Terry Norris John & Beth Tillman Tracy Wells The Staff of GSA & GSYH, Inc. Ms. Dorothy young William W. Young, Sr. In Honor All Fallen Officers Karar Momin Mr. & Mrs. Harold Bankston Juanita Wilson Sheriff Scott Berry - Oconee county David, Jill, Matie, Callie & Emma Whitesell Cary Bittick Janice P. Veal Sh eriff John Cary Bittick - Monroe County Dawn D. Mann Sh eriff Scott ChitwOOd - Whitfield County Attorney Jim Fordham Sheriff Steve Cronic - Hall County Charlotte Hutcheson Early County Sheriff s Office Vanraj, Inc. 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Tingle Happy Anniversary Mr. & Mrs. Duain Newsome A. J. Wright Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Whitehead, Sr. Bill Pelt Get Well Mr. Carlton Carnes Johnny & Carol Hawkins Nora Hayes Gary Southern Mrs. Alice Martin Grave Olive Happy Birthday Mr. Chris Bevil Hershey - Charlotte J. Crouch Mr. Colt Calhoun Norma Hornsby Mrs. Kathryn Lovett Larry & Mary Rhodes Mrs. Agnes Phipps Grace Olive Rev. Curtis Raines, Sr. Joe & Julia Heggs Ms. Michelle Strickland Larry & Mary Rhodes Mr. Jimmy Sutherland Richard Garrett Mrs. Allie M. waters Bob Waters 16 The Georgia Sheriff

17 The Gift Annuity: Income for Life for You... Benefit for Future Generations A charitable gift annuity is an extraordinary way to make a gift, increase your income and slice your tax bill all in one transaction! Our charitable gift annuity program was created as a service to our many friends who have expressed a desire to make a gift of significance, while still retaining income from the gift property during their lives. A charitable gift annuity is a contract in which you exchange a gift of cash or securities for a fixed income each year for the rest of your life (or for the lives of two people.) Your gift annuity offers five distinct advantages: Income for Life at attractive payout rates for one or two lives; Tax Deduction Savings a large part of what you transfer is a deductible charitable gift; Tax-free Payout a large part of your annual payment is tax-free return of principal; Capital Gains Tax Savings when you contribute securities for a gift annuity, you minimize any taxes on your paper profit; Personal Satisfaction from making a gift of lasting significance. You can choose how frequently payments will be made quarterly, semi-annually, or annually; one-life or two-life annuities; cash or securities to fund your gift. Cash gifts allow maximum tax-free payments; gifts of securities allow you to minimize capital gains taxes. Gift annuity rates are determined by the age of the person or persons who receive the income payments. The following chart shows rates of return by the age of donor. We can provide you with payout rates for two-life arrangements. Example of Single-Life Gift Annuity Rates Age of Donor Rate of Return Age of Donor Rate of Return Age of Donor Rate of Return or over 11.3 For more information about gift annuities, just fill out and return the form below, or simply call our office. Please send me a gift annuity proposal with complete information on income and tax benefits. I am considering placing $ cash in a charitable gift annuity that will make payments to a person born (or, a person born on and a person born ). Name Address City state Zip Daytime Phone address The Georgia Sheriff 17

18 f u n d r a i s e r s BIKES and BADGES The Harris County Sheriff s Office held its 10th annual Bikes and Badges Ride in October. The ride concluded at Camp Pioneer on the Pineland Campus in LaGrange. One hundred-eighty riders participated in the event, which featured stops in Columbus, Hamilton, Warm Springs and Greenville, and was joined by a group of riders from Coweta County. D.P. LAND DICE RUN The 9th Annual Sgt. D.P. Land Dice Run, sponsored by the Forsyth County Sheriff s Office, was held in September in Forsyth County. All proceeds went to the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. A special thanks goes out to all the volunteers who helped coordinate the event, especially Karleen Chalker. Every volunteer played a significant role in the success of this event. Pictured, left to right, are Captain Frank Huggins of the Forsyth County Sheriff s Office, Taylor Land and Chris Shelton. MO SKEETER RUN TRAILER RAFFLE WINNER The 3rd Annual Mo Skeeter Run benefiting the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes in Perry was held in September. Pictured, left to right, are Mike Leathers, Terry Gore, Ronnie Harlow and Manny Quinones. Sean Farrell of Kingsland, Georgia, is the winner of the raffle for the 7 x 14 trailer. 18 The Georgia Sheriff

19 FLINT RIVER POKER FLOAT Mitchell County Sheriff W. E. Bozeman and Baker County Sheriff Dana Meade combined resources for the first Flint River Poker Float benefiting the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. Participants cruised down the Flint River from the entry point in Mitchell County to the exit point in Newton. Several residents from the Boys Ranch and Pineland were also able to participate. Mitchell County Sheriff W. E. Bozeman, front row, left, and Baker County Sheriff Dana Meade, front row, right, along with volunteers and participants, present a check representing the proceeds from the Flint River Poker Float to Beth Tillman, center, Director of Child Care for the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. The 2nd Annual Ride for the Kids, hosted by Murray County Sheriff Howard Ensley, was a successful ride led by Captain Donald Ridley of the Murray County Sheriff s Office. The event started at the sheriff s office and continued to Hotrod n Harley s in Gilmer County, adding more bikes. They continued for a scenic ride ending at Fort Mountain State Park, where some of the MountainView boys joined them for lunch. The riders were also joined by Miss United States, Erin Grizzle. Thanks to Sheriff Ensley, pictured third from left, Gilmer County Sheriff Stacy Nicholson, pictured second from right, the sponsors and the riders for their hard work and a successful ride. 2 ND ANNUAL RIDE FOR THE KIDS 2010 SHERIFFS YOUTH HOME RAFFLE WINNER 10 th annual sheriff ira edwards jr. CHARITY MOTORCYCLE RIDE The 10th Annual Sheriff Ira Edwards, Jr. Charity Motorcycle Ride was held this fall in Clarke County. The ride began at Sandy Creek Park in Athens and continued to historic Madison before returning to Athens. The ride benefited the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes and the Clarke County D.A.R.E. program. Above, Clarke County Sheriff Ira Edwards presents a check for the proceeds to Bud Cody, CFO of the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. The winner of the 2010 Sheriffs Youth Homes Raffle was Chris Greene of Cordele. Mr. Greene, the owner of Misdemeanor Probation Services, purchased $1,000 in raffle tickets to help us raise money for the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. The Winchester Model.94 Cherokee is a collector s gun valued at approximately $4,000. The gun was donated for the raffle by Mr. J. C. Burke. Ben Hill County Sheriff Bobby McLemore, pictured on the right, presented the gun to Mr. Greene at the sheriff s office. The Georgia Sheriff 19

20 A S S o c i at i o n n e w S The 2010 Annual Sheriffs Conference, held at Lake Lanier Islands, featured the installation of new officers, recognition of the outgoing president, and special presentations. Georgia Sheriffs Association Officers are sworn in for their coming year of service by Superior Court Judge E. Bryon Smith. Pictured beginning second from left are Butts County Sheriff Gene Pope, president; Putnam County Sheriff Howard Sills, 2nd vice president; Oconee County Sheriff Scott Berry, 1st vice president; and Murray County Sheriff Howard Ensley, secretary-treasurer. Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes Officers are sworn in for by Judge Lynwood Jordan, Forsyth County: beginning second from left, Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson, 2nd vice president; Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese, secretary-treasurer; Sumter County Sheriff Pete Smith, 1st vice president; and Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton, president. Sheriffs who raised $100,000 for Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes in the past year are pictured, left to right: Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton, Montgomery County Sheriff Clarence Sanders, Lowndes County Sheriff Chris Prine, and Murray County Sheriff Howard Ensley. 20 The Georgia Sheriff

21 Sheriffs who raised the most for Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes in the past year based upon per capita county population are pictured, left to right: Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton, Sumter County Sheriff Pete Smith, Lowndes County Sheriff Chris Prine, and Murray County Sheriff Howard Ensley. This year, four deputies received the Deputy Sheriff of the Year Award of Valor, an award which recognizes a deputy who demonstrated an act of conspicuous heroism or bravery in the line of duty. Deputy Ana Smith of the Hall County Sheriff s Office received the 2010 Georgia Sheriffs Association Award of Valor. Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic, pictured at right with Deputy Smith, said she selflessly put herself in harm s way in order to save the life of another person. Deputy Smith responded to a fire in a mobile home in Gainesville. The resident, a mother of two, had succeeded in bringing her children outside to safety and then re-entered the home to retrieve some of their belongings. Deputy Smith repeatedly begged the woman to come out of the mobile home, and when she refused, Deputy Smith entered the burning home and physically carried the woman out to safety. The woman was subsequently taken to the hospital and treated for smoke inhalation. Sergeant Kenneth Yarbrough (left) and Deputy First Class Mark Seabolt (center) with Lt. Col. Gene Moss, of the Forsyth County Sheriff s Office received the Award of Valor for their action on a snowy day early this year. Sergeant Yarbrough and Deputy Seabolt responded to a motor vehicle accident in which a car had overturned, traveled down a steep embankment, and rolled into a creek. When they arrived, they found the driver suspended upside down with her knees pinned under the dashboard. The driver was submerged in frigid water, injured, and beginning to panic. Other rescue workers arrived and worked to remove the passenger door to extricate the driver, but Deputy Seabolt and Sergeant Yarbrough stood in the water, taking turns holding her head out of the water and comforting her. In their selfless acts, they helped support the injured driver during a very frightening accident, and also helped save her life. Deputy Terry Miller, center, of the Walker County Sheriff s Office received the 2010 Deputy Sheriff Award of Valor for an act of heroism while attempting to execute a warrant. The suspect fired upon Deputy Miller and a Ft. Oglethorpe Police Officer after pulling over in front of a busy restaurant, striking the police officer and hitting another police vehicle. Deputy Miller reacted without hesitation or concern for his personal safety, drew his weapon and fired two precise rounds at the suspect, ending the crisis. Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson, right, who nominated Deputy Miller, said Deputy Terry Miller is the definition of courage. The Georgia Sheriff 21

22 Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic, left, receives the 2010 President s Award from GSA President, McDuffie County Sheriff Logan Marshall. The President s Award recognizes a sheriff for outstanding support and dedication to the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. Sheriff Cronic has been a consistent contributor to the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. In his first year in office he hosted the Hall County Sheriff s Office Motorcycle Ride benefiting the GSYH. The annual motorcycle ride, now in its ninth year, secures contributions from local corporate sponsors and riders, and is a very popular event. Sheriff Cronic also hosts the annual Sheriff s Golf Tournament, which continues to grow each year. He is the proud sponsor of the Hall County Sheriff s Office Bike Program, which was organized to provide bicycles for needy children. Sheriff Cronic personally delivers several bicycles to the Youth Homes for the residents, as well as making sure children in working families get new bikes. The Sheriff of the Year Award recognizes a sheriff who has made outstanding contributions to the Office of Sheriff, law enforcement, and the community. Crisp County Sheriff Donnie Haralson, center, is the recipient of the 2010 Sheriff of the Year. He has served as Sheriff of Crisp County since 1985, and has served on many local, state and regional boards for law enforcement, justice and corrections. Sheriff Haralson has served as the Crisp County Emergency Management Director the past nineteen years, and has received community recognition for leading the community through a disaster. Sheriff Haralson is active in his community and church, and enjoys serving those in his hometown. Pictured: Crisp County Sheriff s Office Col. Billy Hancock, GSA President Logan Marshall, Baldwin County Sheriff Bill Massee, Sheriff Haralson, Monroe County Sheriff John Cary Bittick, and GSA s Executive Director Terry Norris. The Award of Professional Contribution recognizes a deputy for outstanding contribution to the Office of Sheriff and the community through exceptional achievement and performance of duties in an exemplary manner. Colonel Horace William Billy Hancock, left, of the Crisp County Sheriff s Office received the 2010 Award of Professionalism. Nominated by Crisp County Sheriff Donnie Haralson, Colonel Hancock is an accomplished instructor, serves as chief deputy, and assists with the direction of the Crisp County Emergency Management Agency. His dedication to the motto Integrity First, Service Before Self, is always evident in the performance of his duties, said Sheriff Haralson. Colonel Hancock is pictured at left with McDuffie County Sheriff Logan Marshall (center), and Crisp County Sheriff Donnie Haralson (right). The Meritorious Service Award recognizes a citizen who has promoted and provided unwavering support of the Office of Sheriff or assisted law enforcement during a precarious or life-threatening incident. Steve Syfan nominated by Hall County Sheriff Steve Cronic has provided many contributions that have allowed the Hall County Sheriff s Office to increase the effectiveness of the deputies, as well as ensured their safety. Mr. Syfan s contributions have allowed the sheriff s office to purchase two specially trained drug dogs, as well as additional less-than-lethal weapons for deputies assigned to the Hall County courthouse. He has provided funding for a vehicle for the K-9 Bomb Unit. He has also taken a personal interest in the welfare and morale of the deputies, including covering household expenses for a deputy wounded in the line of duty and covering travel expenses for the Hall County Sheriff s Office Honor Guard attending a presentation honoring fallen heroes in Washington, D.C. He has also hosted several appreciation dinners to demonstrate his support for the sheriff s office. Mr. Syfan is someone who consistently supports the sheriff s office, giving freely of his time, assets, and talent, said Sheriff Cronic. Pictured at right are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Syfan, accepting the award from Sheriff Cronic on their son s behalf for the Syfan Foundation. 22 The Georgia Sheriff

23 v o l u n t e e r S P o t l i g h t J. C. Burke Given Honorary Life Member Award When J.C. Burke, a retired nursery owner and operator from Fruitland Park, Florida, purchased a tract of land and built a house in Ben Hill County, he became friends with Ben Hill County Sheriff Bobby McLemore. During one of their visits, Mr. Burke asked Sheriff McLemore if there was a Sheriffs Boys Ranch in Georgia. Sheriff McLemore replied that in fact there were several Sheriffs Youth Homes in Georgia. Mr. Burke told Sheriff McLemore that he had always supported the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch, and now he wanted to do something for the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. A collector of Winchester Model.94 guns, Mr. Burke began donating a gun each year for raffles to benefit the Youth Homes. Two previous raffles of the prized guns have netted more than $10,000 for the Youth Homes, and the third Model.94 was raffled this fall. Both of the previous guns were won by local supporters. It was an honor to present Mr. J. C. Burke recently with an Honorary Life Member Award from the Georgia Sheriffs Association in recognition of his contribution to and support for the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. J. C. Burke is a man of honor and integrity, and I am proud to call him my friend, said Sheriff McLemore at the presentation. The Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes depends on donations, and it is because of people like J. C. Burke and thousands of others that the young people of our state can achieve a better life. Ben Hill County Sheriff Bobby McLemore, left, presents J. C. Burke, right, with the Georgia Sheriffs Association Honorary Life Member Award in recognition of his outstanding support of the Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes. The Georgia Sheriff 23

24 Georgia Sheriffs Youth Homes, Inc. Administrative Office Post Office Box 1000 Stockbridge, GA Executive Director - J. Terry Norris Chief Financial Officer - Bud Cody Editor - Myra Pearrell c r i m e p r e v e n t i o n c o r n e r During This Holiday Season Be Aware, Stay Safe! During the holiday season, busy people intent on trying to complete their Christmas shopping may fall prey to unscrupulous criminals who lurk in mall and shopping center parking lots, doing their shopping from the packages placed in parked vehicles. Some foresight and planning can reduce the chances of becoming a victim during a season that should be a joyous and loving celebration. When shopping, look for the best-lit parking spaces. Once in your chosen space, look around before leaving your car. Is there anyone in the vicinity watching you? Do you see anyone loitering? If so, remain in your car and watch them for a moment. If they move on, that s fine, but if not, you might consider moving to a new parking space. If you feel uncertain or unsafe about a situation you observe, take steps to move yourself to a safer location. Don t assume you are being foolish or paranoid. Once you are in a safer location, lock your vehicle and move quickly and confidently to the store. Wouldbe thieves and robbers are looking for the easiest targets. If you show that you are aware of what is happening around you and move with a sense of purpose, you are less likely to become a victim. Walk against the flow of traffic. Keep your head up and scan look forward, to the right and left, and even check behind as you walk. Awareness is your greatest defense. Don t search through a purse or bags in the parking lot. If you must look for something, make sure you are in the safety of the store before you become absorbed in your hunt for your keys, shopping list, or other item. If you store items in your vehicle, make sure they are covered or concealed. If you are putting bags in your vehicle and returning to shop, move your car from time to time in case someone is watching you. Finally, if leaving late from a shopping mall or store, don t hesitate to ask a store employee or security guard for help. Don t accept the kind offer of the stranger who meets you outside the door and offers assistance. It may be a kind and generous offer, but it could also be a ploy to gain access to your belongings. Be aware, stay safe, and have a joyous and wonderful holiday season!

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