West Georgia Voices
To James Hembree,
It is nice to know that there are wonderful and honest people working hard at UWG and one is found in your department. Last night our family attended the fireworks and festival in Love Valley and had a wonderful time together. It was discovered on the way home that my 16 year old son had lost his iPod. It had likely fallen out of his pocket sitting in the grass. He was devastated (he worked and saved for a year to get it.) We turned back and searched for an hour in the dark with 6 people, and no luck. I returned this morning before work to make another sweep of the area. I have to confess, we all thought it was gone for good. I called Public Safety this afternoon as a last hope and they informed me one had been found. It was my son’s iPod. Please extend my deepest thanks to Chris Collins (groundskeeper, Landscape and Grounds) for being an honest and hard-working employee. He can be sure my son and I will pay it forward! We are sure to have a better weekend once I get home and share the wonderful news!
Theatre Arts Program
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