News Briefs for June 30

June 30, 2004

Danville schools meal to cost a dime more

Lunches at Danville's five schools will cost a dime more this coming school year. Here are the new prices, which were approved Monday night by the Danville Board of Education:

Hogsett, Jennie Rogers and Toliver elementary schools: $1.60. Bate Middle School and Danville High School: $1.85. Adults (teachers, staff, visitors): $2.60.

Higher food and labor costs are the reasons for the increased prices of lunches, said district financial officer Patsy Clevenger.

Church youth convention begins

The Church of God of America's 51st Youth Convention will begin Thursday. Services will be nightly at 7:30 p.m. until Saturday and Sunday morning. Featured speakers will be minister Jo Ann Johnson on Thursday, minister Shawn Harris on Friday, vice president Kevin Crittende on Saturday and president Wanda Meaux on Sunday. C.K. Beasley is the host pastor.


Deadline for city sticker is Thursday

LIBERTY - Thursday is the final day to purchase a city sticker before a penalty is added. The stickers cost $10 each and can be purchased at City Hall. After the deadline, stickers will cost $20 each.

The city has sold 1,234 stickers to date and collected $22,629 in revenues from the sales.

Motorists who live and work in the city have until 4:30 p.m. Thursday to buy the stickers.

Former mayor's portrait to be displayed

LIBERTY - A portrait of a former mayor will be displayed at City Hall during ceremonies at 1 p.m. Friday.

Former mayor Malcolm Wolford, who served the city as mayor from 1982-1987, and his family, will be in attendance for the ceremonies. He also served as councilman for many years.

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