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THE FLORALA NEWS- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 9,009 PAGE 3 CANCER FEEZE 2009 participants. FREEZE success. The biggest reward for Davidson this year was making a new friend, Juliei Layton. The Bryan family is ex- tremely grateful to David- son, his family, volunteers and all those who partici- pated in this years's event. Stephanie said she heard Switch to FairPoint high-speed Internet and enjoy five months of extra-low pricing and... FROM FRONT the words, !'Its' not much but maybe it Will help," sev- eral times throughout the day. She wanted everyone to know every penny helps, the $6,640 raised will buy several plane tickets to New York. The family also did an interview with WTVY Chan- nel 4 in Dothan, AL and said they expect more donations to come from it. The Bryans say they are blessed to call Florala Home, a place where everybody is family and when a trag- edy affects one in the com- munity, everybody rallies around that family and does everything they can to help. The family attends Clear Springs Baptist Church and said their church fam- ily has been a great source of strength during this dif- ficult time. Juhe-Layton has now completed her fourth treat- ment and according to her mother, all they can do is wait and pray God will take the difficult decision facing them out of their hands and the fourth treatment will be successful. However, Stephanie said if, at their next appoint- ment, they have to make a Photos by PRECISION IMAGE OF FLORALA more photos for viewing will be found at http:/ /www.precision- decision to either try a new drug, digoxin, or enucle- ation of the eye. Having to make such a decision has weighed heavily on their- minds as they struggle to make the right decision for their daughter. According to Stepha- nie, they have decided if Julie-Layton needs further treatment, they will try the digoxin rather than enucle- ation. Whatever the results, of Julie-Layton's treatment, her battle is far from over. She faces an uncertain fu- ture and a one filled with more trips to New York. $2 400er9onSt00 Fast downloads FREE activation and use omodem @ FREE Videomail and 100MB of email storage FREE professional installation and 24/7 tech support FREE security package with anti-virus and firewall ($50 value) Support for email files up to 25MB (great for photos and music) The option to add phone and television and save on all three! " Call 877.342.7092 to get this great deal! communications Different from word one" :t[1111 ';::::::I:: ............ t SCHOLARSHIPS A limited number of scholarships are available for Covington County residents studying the following: Medicine Nursing (Practitioner/Masters, Registered, Licensed Practical) Emergency Medicine (Paramedic & Basic) Lab Technician Occupational Therapy Occupational Therapy Assistant Physical Therapy Physical Therapy Assistant Radiology Technician/Imaging Speech Pathology (Masters Only) Surgical Technology Applications are available at Andalusia Regional "Hospital, Human Resources Department, 849 S. Three Notch, Andalusia, AL 36420. Application deadline Is March 31, 2009. For further information please call 334-488-5990. HIGH-SPEED INTERNET PHONE TELEVISION *FairPoint will automatically issue a credit of $20.00 each month for five months to customer's bill, for a total savings of $100,00. Customer must keep the service the entire five months to receive the full rebate. Offer applies to new HSD customers only (customers who have not had FairPoint High Speed Internet for at least the preceding 180 days). Standard or above package required. After five months, Standard service will be billed at $44.95 per month, other packages at their respective prices.Taxes and additional charges may apply. Free modem use as long as you keep the service. Pricing subject to change without notice. High Speed Intereet may not be available in all areas, Call 877.342.7092 or visit for more details. 2009 FairPoint Communications, .Inc. All rights reserved. In the event of goods new, Julie-Layton will still have to travel to New York every three-four weeks for many months. Even when she re- ceives a clean bill of health, she will have to be moni- tored and tested to ensure there is no regrowth of the original tumor, new tumor, or other types of cancer. The chances of this, however, are slim because of the IA therapy she has taken. Enucleation and fitting with a prosthetic eye will result in additional blood work and monitoring for growths behind her eye. MARKET SLICED BACON 24 lb. MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE $ 99 34-39 OZ. CAN RED DELICIOUS APPLES lb.