The comments of Mark Killebrew in Tuesday’s paper is a cheap shot. At one time he was on the committee for Roast n’ Boast, but he is no longer a part.
Once again Harvey Myrick and his crew of hard workers have given Columbus another “star.” The event was well planned, certainly well attended, and enjoyed by all ages!
Regarding pavement in Columbus: Two of the most traveled roads in Columbus and Lowndes County are Waverley Ferry and Lincoln roads. These are the back roads to Wal-Mart and a short cut to Highway 50 to West Point. There are hundreds of vehicles daily on these roads; now the big Army trucks are traveling both to and from West Point to Waters Truck & Tractor for service on Waverley Ferry Road.
On March 20th, Mel Brown passed away in Kitchener, Ontario. He had lived in Canada for several years and was considered the “BB King” of Canada.
On behalf of the “Grilling on the River ‘09” committee, staff and volunteers, many heartfelt thanks to all of Columbus, Lowndes County, and the Golden Triangle.