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Peach State Summer Theatre presents The rock' and roll of yes- teryear will return to South Georgia when Peach State Summer Theatre kicked off a 13-performance run of "Million Dollar Quartet" on Friday, May 25, in Valdosta State University's Sawyer Theatre. Tickets are on sale now. tions that is both poignant and funny," according to TheatricalRights.com. The show features hits such as "Blue Suede Shoes, "Fever," '%Valk the Line," "Sixteen Tons," "Who Do You Love?," "Great Balls of Fire," "Fol- som Prison Blues," 'WVhole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," "Hound Dog," and more. "The actors not only act and sing; they also play all the instruments," said Hank Rion, director of the Written by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux, "Million Dollar Quartet" is based on the night in December 1956 ~e ~lin~ ~ounf~ ~4us Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Page 9 when rock and roll icons EI- vis Presley, Johnny Cash, Peach State Summer The- :1 Jerry Lee Lewzs, and Carl atre production of "Million Perkins gathered together Dollar Quartet" and assis- :q for the first and only time at tant professor of theatre at :16 Sun Records in Memphis, Gulf Coast State College Dr Tennessee, for an impromp- in Panama City, Florida. . tu recording session. The "It's just phenomenal. Your ;:": jukeb0x musical "brings that jaw drops at the talent that - legendary December night th.ey have. It's a great en- d' to life with an irresistible ergy when you have all the -': tale of broken promises, se- actors singing and dancing ns crets, betrayal, and celebra- and playing. It really gets 'Million Dollar Quartet' the crowd going wild. It's the best." "Million Dollar Quartet" premiered at Florida's Sea- side Music Theatre in No- vember 2006 before opening at Chicago's Apollo Theater in October 2008. There the musical gained massive success, playing close to 3,000 performances before it closed in January 2016. The show debuted on Broad- way in New York City at the Nederlander Theatre in April 2010, playing 489 per- formances before it closed in June 2011. This was fol- lowed by national tours and international productions, including at London's West End and Canada's Chemai- nus Theatre Festival. The show has earned a Tony Award and two additional Tony nominations; an Out- er Critics Circle Award; and Each season membership includes three admissions to be used as desired by the member with advance res- ervations. Patronages are also avail- able at a variety of levels. The Peach State Summer Theatre Box Office is open from !0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tues- day through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays. It is located on the first floor of the VSU Fine Arts Building, at the corner of Brookwood Drive and Oak Street, and can be reached by calling (229) 259-7770. The online box office at www.valdosta. edu/psst is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Peach State Summer Theatre, or PSST!, is Val- dosta's premiere profes- sional summer stock the- atre. Each summer, dozens of singers, dancers, techni- a Drama Desk Award nomi- nation. Peach State Summer Theatre's production of "Million Dollar Quartet" is rated PG and is Sponsored, in part, by VSU's Harley Langdale Jr. College of Business Administration's Master of Business Admin- istration in Healthcare Ad- ministration Program and VSU's Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honors Society. Individual admission is $32 for adults, $28 for stu- dents and senior citizens, and $24 for Peach State Summer Theatre fans in groups of 10 or more, in- cluding taxes and fees. Season memberships are available through Friday, May 25. The cost is $86.46 for adults and $83.25 for students and senior citizens, including taxes and fees. cians, managers, and cre- ators gather on the campus of Valdosta State Universi- ty for 10 weeks, and during ir ; :.::::: :.:::::: ~: : : :::::: :::::~ :::=:: : ::: ~ ~ ~=~SFS~:~:~:~:E:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~E:~:~::E:~:~S~ that time, they rehearse, NOTICE OF SALE UNDER on said construction center- covenants, and matters of re- filed, a hearing will be sched- build, and present three cated to the university and renamed PSST! The Georgia Legislature designated Valdosta State's summer stock theatre pro- gram the Official Musi- cal Theatre of the State of Georgia. VSU's Jacque Wheeler serves as the artistic direc- tor of Peach State Summer Theatre. H. Duke Guthrie is the managing director. Sawyer Theatre and the PSST! Box Office are locat- ed on the first floor of VSU's Fine Arts Building, at the intersection of Oak Stree.t and Brookwood Drive. Visit www.valdosta.edu/ psst for more information. Visit www.facebook.com/ vstatenews to View photos and learn more about the cast and crew. "Million Dollar Quartet" Performance Schedule 2 p.m. Saturday, June 2 3 p.m. Sunday, June 3 3 p.m. Sunday, June 10, Interpreted for the Deaf in American Sign Language POWER, line laid out for CR 117/ZEKE cord superior to the Security uled at a later date. If no ob- musicals in rotating reper- 7:30 p.m. Friday, June % CLINCH COUNTY Smith Road; thence run south Deed first set out above, jections are filed, the Petition tory. Disney's "Newsies"15 :o Pursuant to the Power of. 34 degrees 33 minutes 18.1 The sale will be conducted may be granted without aopens on Friday, June 8, "(:30 p.m. Saturday, ': Sale contained in a Security seconds east a distance of subject to (1) confirmation hearing, and "Hello, Dolly!" opens on June 23 , Deed given by Jennifer D. 19.13 feet to a point 50 feet that the sale is not prohibited Karleen S. O'Berry, Judge Friday, June 22. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, ,: Hart to Mortgage Electronic right of and opposite station under the U.S. Bankruptcy Probate CourtThe 2018 Peach State June 28 '4 Registration Systems, Inc as nominee forCrescent Mortage Company dated 10/31/2011 and recorded in Deed Book 7C Page 543 Clinch Coun- ty, Georgia records; as last transferred to or acquired by "' Wells Fargo Bank, NA, con- 0 veying the after-described % property to secure a Note in the original principal amount . of $152,040.00, with interest at the rate specified therein, there will be sold by the un- dersigned at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash -before the Courthouse door of Clinch County, Georgia (or such other area as designat- ed by Order of the Superior Court of said county), within the legal hours of sale on ii-. June 05, 2018 (being the first ,Tuesday of said month un- : less said date falls on a Fed- . eral Holiday, in which case being the first Wednesday of ', said month), the following de- scribed property: All that tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being ,in Land Lot 451 of the 7th ,Land District of Clinch Coun- i ty, Georgia, containing 1.256 i acres, more or less, being all of Lot 1 and being more par- ticularly described on a plat of prepared from a survey by Charles H. Kilgore, Georgia Registered Land Surveyor, dated September 11, 1984, and recorded in Plat Book "D", Page 194 in the office of the Clerk of Clinch County Superior Court, which plat is incorporated herein and made a part of this descrip- tion. LESS AND EXCEPT: Right-of-Way Deed con- veyed from Olga Sanz and Maria C. Tinker to Georgia Department of Transporta- tion, dated March 4, 2008, and being more particularly described as follows; All that tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in Land Lot 451 of the 7th Land District and/or G.M. District of Clinch County, Georgia, being more particularly described as fol- lows: Beginning at a point 209.01 feet right of and op- posite Station 21+34.24 on the construction centerline of US 441/SR 89 on Georgia Highway Project No. EDS- 441 (46); thence run south 55 degrees 04 minutes 54.9 seconds west a distance of 27.71 feet to a point 209.19 feet right of and opposite sta- tion 21+06.52 on said con- struction centerline laid out for US 441/SR 89; thence run north 46 degrees 20 min- utes 02.9 seconds west a distance of 181.25 feet to a point 31.76 feet right of and opposite station 20+69.52 on said construction centerline laid out for US 441/SR 89; thence run north 54 degrees 48 minutes 48 seconds east a distance of 80.48 feet to a point 30.87 feet right of and opposite station 21 +50.00 21+50.00 on said construc- tion centerline laid out for CR117/ZEKE Smith Road; thence run south 22 degrees 48 minutes 06.7 seconds west a distance of 47.96 feet to a point 75.87 feet right of and opposite station 21+09.61 on said construction center- line laid out for US 441/SR 89; thence run southea.sterly 135.402 feet along the arc of a curve (said curve having a radius of 9905.000 feet and a chord distance of 135.401 feet on a bearing of south 45 degrees 01 minute 58.1 sec- onds east) back to the POINT OR PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing 0.155 acre more or less. The debt secured by said Security Deed has been and is hereby declared due be- cause of, among other pos- sible events of default, fail- ure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided in the Note and Security Deed. The debt remaining in default, this sale will be made for the purpose of paying the same and all expenses of this sale, as pro- vided in the Security Deed and by law, including attor- ney's fees (notice of intent to collect attorney's fees having been given). Said property is common- ly known as 1682 Pearson Hwy, Homerville, GA 31634 together with all fixtures and personal property attached to and constituting a part of said property, if any. To the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the party (or parties) in possession of the subject property is (are): Jennifer D. Hart or tenant or tenants. Wells Fargo Bank, NA is the entity or individual des- ignated who shall have full authority to negotiate, amend and modify all terms of the mortgage. Wells Fargo Bank, NA Loss Mitigation 3476 Stateview Boulevard Fort Mill, SC 29715 1-800-678-7986 Note, however, that such entity or individual is not re- quired by law to negotiate, amend or modify the terms of the loan. Said property will be / old subject to: (a) any out- standing ad valorem taxes (including taxes which are a lien, but not yet due and payable), (b) unpaid water or sewage bills that con- stitute a lien against the property whether due and payable or not yet due and payable and which may not be of record, (c) the right of redemption of any taxing authority, (d) any matters which might be disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection .of the property, and (e) any assessments, liens, encumbrances, zon- ing ordinances, restrictions, Code; and (2) final confirma- tion and audit of the status of the loan with the holder of the Security Deed. Pur- suant to O.C.G.A. Section 9-13-172.1, which allows for certain procedures regarding the rescission of judicial and non-judicial sales in the State of Georgia, the Deed Under Power and other foreclosure documents may not be pro- vided until final confirmation and audit of the status of the loan as provided immediately above. Wells Fargo Bank, NA as agent and Attorney in Fact for Jennifer D. Hart Aldridge Pite, LLP, 15 Pied- mont Center, 3575 Piedmont Road, N.E Suite 500, At- lanta, Georgia 30305, (404) 994-7637. 1000-8618A THIS LAW FIRM MAY BE ACTING AS A DEBT COL- LECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY IN- FORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. 1000-8618A (5/9-5/30 1032 #050918-2) IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CLINCH COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA IN RE: Estate of Leila L. Eickhorn, Deceased NOTICE TO: Lisa M. Guidry and Christina M. Kruger: This is to notify you to file objection, if there is any, to the Petition to Probate Will in Solemn Form, in this Court on or before June 4, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Be further notified: All ob- jections to the Petition must be in writing, setting forth the grounds of any such objec- tions. All objections should be sworn to before a notary pub- lic or before a Probate Court Clerk, and filing fees must be tendered with your objec- tions, unless you qualify to file as an indigent party. Con- tact Probate Court personnel for the required amount of fil- ing fees. If any objections are Clinch County 110 Court Square, P.O. Box 364 Homerville, GA 31634 (912) 487-5523 Attorney: Thomas C. Chambers, III 69 N. Church Street Homerville, GA 31634 (912) 487-5241 (ch. 5/9-5/30 186 #050918-5) IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CLINCH COUNTY STATE OF GEORGIA Kim J. Foster, Plaintiff vs. Ivery Alfonzo Foster, Jr De- fendent Civil Action File No: 18- CV-026 ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION The above and forego- ing case having come be- fore rthj& Court pursuant to the Plaintiff's Petition for Divorce and Motion for Ser- vice by Publication and the same having been read and considered; and it appear- ing that the w hereabouts0f the Defendant, Ivery Alonzo Foster, Jr is unknown and he cannot be located despite diligent search as indicated in the Plaintiff's Petition and an affidavit in support thereof executed by the Plaintiff, Kim J. Foster, which is attached to the Motion for Service by Publication; It is therefore ordered that Ivery Alfonzo Foster, and all interested parties shall be served with notice of said Pe- tition for Divorce and Other Relief by publication sum- mons as provided by law pursuant to O.C.G.A, 9-11-4. The Notice shall be provided once a week for four weeks in the official organ of Clinch County, which is where this Petition is being filed. This 9th day of May, 2018. Clayton Tomlinson, Judge, Superior Court Clinch County, Georgia Alapaha Judicial Circuit (pd. 5/30-6/20 192 //051618-1) Summer Theatre season marks the 29th year of VSU producing professional the- atre for the city of Valdosta, the state of Georgia, and beyond. From 1990 to 2004, VSU produced the Jekyll Is- land Musical Theatre Fes- tival. In 2005, the summer theatre program was relo- 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 30 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 6 2 p.m. Saturday, July 7 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 12 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14 South Georgia Medical Center and the Valdosta- Lowndes County YMCA are teaming up to offer one-day Safe Sitter@ courses for boys and girls in grades 6-8 (11 to 14 years of age) on Thurs- day, June 22, Monday, June 25, and Saturday, July 16 from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. in the SGMC B-Level Classrooms. The cost of the course is $45 per child and registration is limited. Safe Sitter@ is a national, non-profit organization that provides programs to teach youth life and safety skills for when they are home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. The medically accurate course utilizes hands-on train- ing to teach choking rescue and CPR so that graduates are prepared to act during a crisis. Most young teens lack the knowledge of first aid, rescue skills, behavior management techniques, and life experiences neces- sary for handling medical, behavioral, or household emergencies which might Occur. Participants of this course learn safety and security precautions and other tips that help develop their con- fidence in caregiving. They =also learn safe 'n d effec- tive ways to promote their babysitting business. SGMC has partnered with the YMCA to offer Safe Sitter for the past five years "The Y is Quality Rated and has great experience deal- ing with children. When you couple that with the hospi- tals desire to provide health education, it creates a per- fect partnership in which to offer Safe Sitter," said Laura Love, SGMC's Community Relations Director. Slots are filled on a first come basis by calling (229) 433-4022 and requesting a registration packet. Work- books, snacks and lunch are included. 0 % 2 0 % 4 0 % 6O