Seven Mile Post Road Church members Charles and Gayla Gilliam of Coxey had seven members of their family graduate this year. The church held a special service April 29 for graduates in the community. Those honored in the Gilliam family are, front row from left, Jess Gilliam of Diesel College in Nashville, Tenn.; Haylee Meals of Clements High School; Elizabeth Gilliam of Athens Bible School; back row, Kayla and Krista Gilliam of Clements High School; Deneen Meals Van Kirk, master’s degree in acquisition and contract management; and Michael Van Kirk, husband of Deneen, master’s degree in logistics management. Charles and Gayla also have three other grandchildren, Nathaniel Meals, Loren Gilliam and Hannah Gilliam, and one great-grandchild, Maylei Meals.
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Much of how the city of Athens will look in the next five years is contingent on Athens City Schools’ Capital Plan.
Ideas for major changes in the facilities of the Athens City Schools were unveiled in detail to the public Tuesday as city government and school officials met to discuss the capital plan.
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The Athens City Schools Board of Education passed a Capital Plan Five Year Plan during its monthly meeting Thursday night.
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