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PAGE 8 THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015 Senior athletes recognized at FHS SOFTBALL SENIORS - Taylor Shipman, Bailea Rickett, Keadra Avan, Katilyn Geohagan, Haley Carnley, and Sami Hammac. FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL SENIORS - (front row) Mason Adams, Lane Drakkar, Ray Hall, Levi Thames, Stephen Ratliff, Jordan Hartline, Austin West; (front) Chandler Holmes, Brandon Russell, and Logan Ansley. Wildcats end baseball season in Millry Covington County Schools Breakfast/Lunch Menu Wednesday, April 22 - Sausage & Pancake on a stick, Fruit Cocktail, Orange Pineapple Juice, Milk Chicken Tetrazzini, Breadstick, Blackeye Peas, Turnip Greens, Orange Halves, Milk Thursday, April 23 - Waffle Stick, Yogurt, Pine- apple Tidbits, Apple Juice, Milk Meat Loaf, Roll, Brown Rice, Sliced Carrots, Green Lima Beans, Pineapple Tidbits, Milk Friday, April 24 - Breakfast Bagel, Cereal, Ba- nanas, Orange Juice, Milk Corndog, Macho Cheese Doritos, Sweet Potato Fries, Green Beans, Bananas, Milk Monday, April 27 - Breakfast Pizza, Strawberry Poptarts, Sliced Peaches, Apple Juice, Milk Chicken Parmesan, Breadstick, Green Lima Beans, Roasted Potatoes, Apple Quarters, Milk Tuesday, April 28 - Maple Mini Pancakes, Sau- sage, Orange Halves, Grape Juice, Milk Fish Sandwich, Sweet Potato Fries, Green Beans, Mandarin Oranges, Milk FLORALA HIGH SCHOOL Softball 2015 DATE OPPONENT TEAM LOCATION TIME April 23-25 Elba Tny Sr. Night Away TBA Apri. 27-May 1 Area Tny TBA May 7-9 Regional Tny Gulf Shores TBA This Week's Recipe THREE-CHEESE CHICKEN PASTA BAKE 1-1/2 cups multi-grain penne pasta, uncooked l pkg. (9 oz.) fresh spinach leaves 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-size pieces 1 tsp. dried basil leaves 1 jar (14-1/2 oz.) spaghetti sauce 1 can (14-1/2 oz.) diced tomatoes, drained 2 oz. (1/4 of 8-oz. pkg.) cream cheese, cubed 1 cup mozzarella cheese, divided 2 Tbsp. grated parmesan cheese HEAT oven to 375F. COOK pasta as directed on pack- age, adding spinach to the boiling water the last minute. COOK and stir chicken and basil in large nonstick skillet sprayed with cooking spray on medium-high heat 3 min. Stir in spaghetti sauce and tomatoes; bring to boil. Sim- mer on low heat 3 min. or until chicken is done. Stir in cream cheese. DRAIN pasta mixture; return to pan. Stir in chicken mixture and 1/2 cup mozzarella. Spoon into 2-qt. casserole or 8-inch square baking dish. BAKE 20 min. Sprinkle with remaining cheeses. Bake 3 min. LETTER moarnt00 towards our players, or Millry's first base coach who after being politely asked to address his dug- out's personal comments, so graciously pointed out an 8-0 deficit on the scoreboard as he made his way across the field to his dugout and then held up eight fingers in case Florala's fans couldn't make out the numbers. Needless to say, the Wildcats had a lot of adver- sity to overcome. Although they may have lost, our boys kept their heads high and showed what a well raised group of young men we have here. Thank you for keeping your cool and representing Florala The Florala Wildcats traveled to Millry, AL Saturday to play in the first round of the AHSAA play-offs. They matched up in a double header with Millry. The Cats lost 17-2 and 8-0, ending their bid for a run at a championship. HAPPENINGS with such dignity! GED Classes in An- er-based instructional of the Tri Cities, Fie- nalized more than 600 dalusia, Opp, Florala, programs, rala meets atAlabama adoptions for children Luverne, and Green- Build a brighter fu- Land and .Home Re- in their foster care sys- ville. Day and evening ture with LBWCC's alty office the first and tem. classes are available Adult Education Pro- third Thursdays at 5:30 According to nation- to prepare students for gram. For more infer- p.m. Business meet- al estimates, if nothing the GED test. If you mation, contact aclass ings are last meeting changes by the year are 17 years old or near you: Andalusia of the month. 2020, nearly 14 mil- older and not enrolled (334) 881-2267, Opp Everyone is wel- lion confirmed cases in public school, you (334) 493-5310, Flora- come. For informa- of child abuse and ne- are eligible for these la (334) 858-4100, Lu- tion about becoming a glect will be reported, FREE classes. In- verne (334) 335-2187 member call Deborah and 22,500 children structional methods or Greenville (334) Stokes 858-5603. will die of abuse or ne- are based on individu- 382-6009. glect, most before their al student's needs and Adoptive/Foster fifth birthdays. may include one-on- Kiwanis Club Parents Needed - "No matter how one tutoring, group in- Seeking Members DHR is embarking muchtime you have struction, and comput- The Kiwanis Club on a campaign to re- to give, you have the cruit more foster/adop- power to do some- r " "" "" "" "" ...... a "" =" "1 tive families. DHR fi- thing positive that will change a lifetime for ASBESTOS LITIGATION lfyou begl worktnl tn a TEXTILE MILL COTTON MILL TIRE PLANT PAPER MILL STI[EL MILL or any other Industrial setting before 1980: You may have a claim against the asbestos manufacturers, Call now for your free 00aluation. 1-888-432-6020 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I a young person in fostercare. We need families to open their hearts and open their homes for these chil- dren in need," said a spokesperson. Visit www.dhr.alabama.gov or call 1-866-4ALKids (1-866-425-5437) or Covington County Department of Hu- man Resources (334-427-7900) to find out about the many different ways to get involved. WS Harlan School After School Program W.S. Harlan El- ementary will hold an After School Program Monday-Friday from 2:45-5:30 p.m. This program is designed to help stu- dents who are strug- gling in academic work and need some one- on-one time. A nutri- tious snack and play time are also offered. Children attend Span- ish, Piano, Computer and Art classes. The students attend field trips throughout the school year and /s/Nikki Windham Grace Florala FROM PAGE 3 work in a greenhouse learning gardening techniques. The extended day program is $10 per week full time (3 days or more) and $3.00 per day for part-time (2 days or less). Call 334858-3294 for ad- ditional information. Alcoholics Anonymous Meets Locally The Florala Chapter of Alcohlica Anony- mous will hold weekly meetings at the old Florala City Middle School Cafeteria on Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. Call 858-2209 for additional information. Chamber Meeting Notice The Tri-Cities Chamber of Com- merce meets the first Monday of the month at 5:30 p.m. at the La- dies' Clubhouse, Wild- flower Avenue. Send your COMMUNITY HAPPENINGS to: floralanews@ fairpoint.net