March 16, 2003
Leesburg- There's a lost orphan boy learning to steal at Lee County High School.
It's time for Lee County's annual community production.
This year, Drama teacher Robby Davis and a cast of 65 children, high school students, and adults are performing Oliver.
"Why should people come see this? Because it's Oliver," Davis said. "It's one of the most loved musicals of all times. It's a masterpiece. A musical masterpiece."
"It's a great, great family show," said sophomore Rachel Kimbrel who plays the role of "Nancy." "It's got action and suspense. It's just got everything in it."
The play opens this Friday night at 8 p.m. and runs through Sunday this week and Thursday through Saturday next week.
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The Bainbridge Public Safety Department brought two firetrucks to the Oscar Jackson Outdoor camp for kids.
The Dougherty County School System will host a three-day orientation for teachers new to the system starting on Thursday.
Health officials are reminding parents to get their children vaccinated before the new school year.
Dougherty County Officials said that on Wednesday they had dozens of homeowners signing up for root ball help as the deadline approaches.
A new addition to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Phoebe Putney Hospital will help give newborns a more healthy start to life.