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October 31, 2014
Obituaries (10-16 edition)
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Ella Sue Bowers Adams

Ella Sue Bowers Adams, age 81, of Dahlonega, passed away Saturday, October 12, 2013 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center following a brief illness.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at Memorial Park North Riverside Chapel, with interment following in Mt. Olive Baptist Church Cemetery in Dahlonega. The Reverend Danny Jarrard officiated.

Ms. Adams was born on January 19, 1932, in Lumpkin County, the daughter of the late Buster and Blanche (Bryant) Bowers. She was preceded in death by a sister, Jacqueline Jones.

Survivors include her children, Deborah and Wayne Seabolt of Dahlonega; Randall Adams of Atlanta; grandchildren, Justin and Meghan Seabolt and Jared and Kelly Seabolt; great-grandchildren, Katelyn, Blakely and Briley Seabolt; sisters and brothers-in-law, Imogene and Albert Clark of Clermont and Willodean and Donald Ledford of Dahlonega; brother-in-law, Ben Jones of Chester, S.C.; sisters-in-law, Jean Adams of Gainesville; and Marie Adams of Cleveland.

Memorial contributions may be made to LCHS Class of 1949 Scholarship Fund, c/o Bill Maxwell, 88 Welch Drive, Dahlonega, Ga. 30533.

Memorial Park North Riverside Chapel 989 Riverside Drive, Gainesville, Ga. 30501. 770-297-6200. Online condolences at www.memorialparkfuneralhomes.com.
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LCHS keeps stride at Mountain Invitational
by Greg Finan, Jr.
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Elias Horner-Flowers sprints toward the finish line for the LCHS boys cross-country team at the Mountain Invitational on Thursday, October 2.
Elias Horner-Flowers sprints toward the finish line for the LCHS boys cross-country team at the Mountain Invitational on Thursday, October 2.
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The Mountain Invitational held at Unicoi State Park on Thursday, October 2, brought together 33 high school teams and 22 middle school teams for one of the largest cross-country meets of the 2014 season.

The Lumpkin County cross-country team kept stride with the top-notch competition represented at the event, giving them a taste of the atmosphere sure to be present at the region and state meets at the end of the season.

The LCHS boys team finished 22 out of 33 teams at the Mountain Invitational. Tristin Duckworth led the charge for the Indians, earning a 83rd overall finish with a time of 18:15. Tyler Hilchie (18:26), Edward Ramirez (18:42), Logan Brown (19:14) and Chandler Smith (20:19) rounded out the top five runners for the boys team. Elias Horner and Victor Alvarez also competed in the race for the Indians.

The LCHS girls cross-country team held their own in the vast field of competitors, running their way to a 21st place team finish in the field of 33. Celeste Norton ran hard to earn a 59th place finish overall and lead the Lady Indians with a time of 22:34. Janae Holloway (24:06), Tori Norman (25:02), Schae Foster (26:51) and Kaylee Seabolt (29:13) finished out the top five runners for the Lady Indians at the event.

The team hopes to use the experience gained from the Mountain Invitational to improve their skills and times before the region and state meets later this season.

The LCHS cross-country teams will lace up their sneakers and take to the course when they travel to Meeks Park in Union County on Thursday, October 16, for the Union County Meet. First race begins at 4:30 p.m.
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