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General News

No family found yet in Betty Davis case

Wilson County Sheriff Terry Ashe and Chief Deputy Larry Bowman continue their efforts to bring home the remains of a woman found in February 1982 after no family members could be found.

The remains of Betty Ruth Davis were found more than 28 years ago near Cedars of Lebanon State Park. She was believed to be about 39 years old. Her remains were sent to the University of Tennessee’s Anthropology Department in Knoxville to be identified, and that is where they have remained ever since, in a box in the department which is located underneath the stands at Neyland Stadium.


General Sports

Upward Basketball at FBC


Lebanon’s First Baptist Church will again sponsor Upward Basketball and Cheerleading for local boys and girls in grades 1-4. Early registration is now being accepted at First Baptist Church, Lebanon, 227 E. Main Street. Registration cost for basketball is $65 per athlete; cheerleading $75.

Everyone must attend one basketball / cheerleading evaluation. Early cheerleading evaluation is Tuesday, Sept. 21 in the FBC Christian Life Center anytime between the hours of 4-7 p.m. Basketball / cheerleading evaluations are scheduled Saturday, Sept. 25 anytime between 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Players must come prepared to play in shorts and sneakers.

Practices will start Nov. 15; league play begins Jan.8. Awards celebration Feb. 28.

Upward is a national organization which helps churches impact the lives of children in their community by teaching sports and lessons about life from the Bible.

When a child plays Upward Basktball, he/she will:
·Practice and play a game every week
·Get equal playing time
·Learn techniques to improve his / her basketball skills.
·Develop new friendships
Along with this unique sports experience, Upward participants will receive the following:
·Upward Basketball T-shirt
·Upward Basketball jersey and shorts
·Upward car magnet
·End-of season award.
Cheerleaders will receive a mock turtleneck and a free Day Camp at a date to be determined later.Forms are available at the FBC office, 227 E. Main St., Lebanon. Call 444-3330 for information.

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