• For about two years Linda McNair has lived with a burden she could not identify.

    “Have you ever been in a bad fuss with someone and you knew you had done the wrong thing and you just felt that stirring in there,” she said and touched her heart. “Well it’s the same type stirring. There was just a longing in my heart to do something. Anytime I prayed about it, I just cried. I couldn’t get it out of my mind. It lingered there daily. Some days it would be so strong I just couldn’t hardly stand it.”

Community

To the Top Youth Center began its Second Annual Summer Camp in Wrens on Tuesday, May 26.

“The second year was even greater than the first,” Center Owner and Director Jenifer Eubanks said.

There were a total of 33 campers ranging from age six to 16. The facility is licensed by the State of Georgia to care for children up to age 18 in its afterschool program.

“To The Top Youth Center and the community would like to provide a special thank you to The Right C.H.O.I.C.E.S. Foundation,” Eubanks said. “The foundation continues to give back to the community.”