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Special Photo. Newton County Senior Services hosted the 2011 Pearls of Wisdom Luncheon recently in honor Women's History Month. Those honored were selected by organizations, churches and clubs as their "Pearls of Wisdom." Pictured are: Seated, left to right, Elsie Crawford representing Merryvale Assisted Living; Pearline Findlay representing Turner Lake Walking Club; and Doris Hambrick representing St. Paul AME Church. Standing, left to right, Patricia Benton representing Dance For Your Life; Lydia Levell representing Turner Lake Line Dancing; Irene Cabe representing General Mills; Jean Shipman representing Voices of Wisdom Choir/Newton County Senior Center Fellowship Club; Sandra Tarver representing Pizzazz Travel Club; Alma Freeman representing Sophisticated Red Hatters of Turner Lake; Pauline Schreiber representing the Senior Center Book Club; Alvatine Smith representing St. Paul AME Church; and Hazel Brown representing Publix. Not pictured: Ella Ruth Goss representing Turner Lake Exercise Club; Kathleen Martin and Hazel Stowe representing the Senior Volunteers of Turner Lake.

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Women honored during history month

Newton County Senior Services hosted the 2011 Pearls of Wisdom Luncheon recently in honor Women's History Month.

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