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City Council Recognizes Scouts During Monday's Meeting
Local Boy Scouts from Troop 306, Colin Grimsley (left) and Trenton Newman (right), attended Monday night’s City Council meeting where they were given a warm welcome by the Mayor and councilmembers. The City Council thanked Colin and Trenton for the benefits that the Scouts bring to the community and gave them their support as they work toward achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
Throughout the year, Boy Scouts attend City Council meetings in order to satisfy requirements for the various merit badges they are attempting to earn. Colin was working toward his communications merit badge and Trenton was working toward his citizenship in the community merit badge.
TPD Offers Drivers Pedestrian Safety Tips
It’s once again time for the new school year to start. This means that many students will be sharing the roadways with motorists as they make their morning commute to the classroom. As a result, Thomasville Police Department cautions motorists to be extra vigilant in watching for pedestrian traffic.
TFR Announces Its Newest Member, Sparky The Dog
A new member of Thomasville Fire Rescue made his official debut recently, and he is already making a name for himself. Sparky the Dog kicked off his official duties with TFR by visiting three local schools during open house, Scott, Harper and Jerger Elementary Schools. Sparky the dog is a nationally known safety icon that was created by the National Fire Protection Association to teach fire safety through educational lessons and materials.