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Plans for 2010
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Several local folks were asked what were their resolutions for 2010. Here’s what they said:


Harold Fowler, Richmond Hill Mayor-elect: I would like to have a more open and transparent city government in 2010, as well as a fiscally prosperous year.


Pastor Alfred Banks, Richmond Hill resident and Daniel Siding Baptist Church pastor: To be a better Christian in 2010 than ever before. I want to be the best person for Jesus that I can be.


Mario Mincey, BCHS girls’ basketball coach: My New Year’s resolution for my team is to succeed at the region tournament and make the state playoffs.


Dave Williams, Pembroke resident and Bryan County NAACP chairman: For the New Year, I would like to see more involvement in the community by the citizens of Pembroke for some of the community events and when it comes to helping others.


Wendy Sims, Bryan County Family Connection Director – I would like to see Bryan County Family Connection continue to grow. Also, I would like to see Program Lifesaver (new program aimed at tracking elderly and mentally ill residents if they wander from home) develop and become successful.


Eddie Polite, owner of Polite’s Cab Company in Richmond Hill: My Christmas wishes this year are for all the veterans of this great country to get the respect they deserve and for more people to discover that Richmond Hill is the best city in the world.


Grace Reddick, Ellabell author: I plan to finish my second book, hopefully in the not so distant future. God has given me a title for yet another book, so I must get busy. I have a desire to comfort those who are hurting. If I can inspire someone to be all that God has intended for them to be, then I have accomplished much.

Eddie Warren, chairman of the Bryan County Board of Education: Lose weight. Get more consistent with exercise. Spend more quality time with my family. Be more mindful of those less fortunate.

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