Dickens, Hattie Mullis

Hattie was the daughter of John H. Mullis and Martha Alice Hendrix.   She graduated from Meredith College in 1934, and began her teaching career as a kindergarten instructor in her home and at Calvary Baptist Church. She later taught at the N.C. School for the Deaf for 20 years.   Hattie was a member… read more »

Little League volunteer spotlight: Mari Mullis

Mari Mullis Age: 25 Position: Concessions. Question: What inspired you to come and volunteer? Answer: I’m from Warner Robins and I really like the stadium. Question: Did you play softball? Answer: No, I was a cheerleader. Question: What do you do now? Answer: I work at American Eagle, I just graduated from Macon State College…. read more »

Edmondson, Ann

By The Home News Wednesday, July 1, 2009 | 6:17 p.m. Ann Marie Whissing Petersen Edmondson, 78, passed away June 29. She was born in Ohio Oct. 30, 1930, to Hans and Kristina Petersen. She was a mother and volunteer for Camp Fire Girls, Girl Scouts and the PTA. She was a representative for Beauty… read more »

Lyons scout leader honored with highest award from the district

  Greene County, Indiana ~ Sunday, May 3, 2009 A rural Lyons man has been honored with the Boys Scouts of America’s highest leader award at the district level. William “Buck” Mullis, Scoutmaster for Troop 407, is the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award. The award was made at the Hoosier Trails Council annual gala… read more »