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Rotary Club remembers Earl Brice with Camp 151 donation


From left: Brooke Morgan, Tom Brice, Mary Oliver Brice, Chris Calhoun, Dana Calhoun, and Rotary president Tonia Guthrie stand together at Thursday's Rotary Club meeting. Rotary made a $1,500 donation to Camp 151 in memory of long-time Rotarian and county commissioner Earl Brice, who passed away earlier this year. Robert Preston, Jr./DouglasNow.com From left: Brooke Morgan, Tom Brice, Mary Oliver Brice, Chris Calhoun, Dana Calhoun, and Rotary president Tonia Guthrie stand together at Thursday's Rotary Club meeting. Rotary made a $1,500 donation to Camp 151 in memory of long-time Rotarian and county commissioner Earl Brice, who passed away earlier this year.

At last Thursday’s meeting of the Douglas Rotary Club, the club presented a check for $1,500 to Camp 151 in memory of long-time Rotarian Earl Brice. Members of Mr. Brice’s family were at the meeting to accept the check.

Chris Calhoun, Mr. Brice’s son-in-law, heads Camp 151, which is a Christian organization that conducts building projects for needy families in Coffee County. At the camps, which last a week, youth from Coffee and surrounding areas, repair and renovate homes throughout the community. The camps provide opportunities for youth to strengthen their relationship with Christ while showing others His love through their service.

Mr. Brice, who served Coffee County for many years as a county commissioner, passed away earlier this year after an extended illness.

Last modified onMonday, 26 September 2016 10:56
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