Letters to the Editor 4/22/2003
Booster club appreciates sponsors
The Andalusia Bulldog Booster Club would like to thank the many businesses and individuals who participated in our fourth annual golf tournament. Without their support, we would not afford to furnish our many athletes and cheerleaders with the best and safest equipment.
I'd like to thank our sponsors: Southern Forestlands, Team C.P., Liberty National Life, Massey Automotive, Alabama Electric Cooperative, Covington Electric, Covington Pediatrics, Dixon Family Trust, The Bank, Covington Properties, Mr. Henry's, Posey Kilcrease Timber, Regions Bank, Darby's, Taylor Linen, Southeast Alabama Gas district, South Central Agency, Andalusia Regional Hospital, Covington County Bank, Dr. Mark Gable, Covington Bone, Southtrust Bank, Oil Supply Company, WAAO, Davis and Assoc., Central Wholesale, AEC Touchstone Energy, Subway, Ward, and Co, Sister Schubert's Rolls, Covington Electronics, Winn Dixie, Matthews Petroleum, Andalusia Distributing Co., Christopher's Jewelry, and Foreman Funeral Home.
I'd also like to thank Sam Starr for organizing this event, and Nancy Eldridge, Linda Mellown, Felicia Cope for working the event. Also a very big shout out for the AHS Cheerleaders for lending a big hand.
We would also like to thank Coach Causey, Coach Bulger, and Coach Hawthorne for having a team and Coach Sasser for his help at the event,
Andalusia Bulldog Booster Club President
Thinks beer at event was disgusting
I do not know who thought of the idea of a "Spring Fling" here in Andalusia. To me, I honestly thought it was a great family-oriented affair until I drove up on the parking lot Friday afternoon to watch my granddaughter play softball. The very first thing I see is a huge Miller beer truck parked next to a large tent that I suppose was fixed to sell the beer.
This was the most disgusting sight to think this was a family (kids and all) type of event, I do not approve of drinking any kind of alcohol and time or place, but that is up to the individual, but let's do not encourage our kids to do this thing, I think we have all seen what this can do to everyone. Let's do not a ruin a good event for the family by allowing alcohol to be a part of it.
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