Light-up McIntosh December 15
Light-up McIntosh will begin at the Civic Center at 6:30 p.m. The event will host Santa Clause and an area choir from six local churches will sing.
11.09.07 MULTIMEDIA REPORT: Ceremonies mark years of service to McIntosh
Friday, November 09, 2007
(Click on the image to view a Soundslide of the ceremonies.)
The Town of McIntosh swore in four new town officials last night and honored three for decades of service to the town.
Councilmen Willie Hamilton, Lee Deaderick and Thurman Kingsley took their oaths of office with the new mayor, Cary McCollum.
Roses and plaques were presented to former Councilwoman Eunice Smith and former Mayor Marsha Strange. Council President Frank Ciotti also noted former Council Vice President Howard Walkup's nearly 20 years of service to the town. The three officials decided not to run when their current terms expired this years.
The council re-elected Ciotti as council president and elected Deaderick as the new council vice president.
posted by Cher @ 12:25 PM,
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