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MAY 2016




Carlos Whitfield was honored April 27th before the City
Council meeting by Mayor Jim Thornton, Public Safety
Chief Lou Dekmar and LaGrange Police Officer Brady Pike.
Thornton presented Whitfield with a proclamation in front
of the man’s family, friends, coworkers, and dozens of LPD
officers, detectives and investigators. They, along with city
council members, cheered and gave Whitfield a standing
ovation after the presentation.
Thornton and Dekmar praised Whitfield for his quick
thinking and unselfish act on April 2, when Whitfield
jumped in to help Pike, who was suddenly assaulted by a
suspect while responding to a call at the playground in the
Lucy Morgan Homes on Borton Street.
In the initial attack, Pike’s radio was stripped off his body.
While he tussled with the suspect, Pike yelled out to nearby
parents for help.
“When we went to the ground and I realized my mic had
fallen off, I was in the state of holding him down until
backup could get there,” said Pike. “I could hear them
coming. I had him held down pretty good. I didn’t want to

keep exchanging blows with him.”
Some people called 911. Others filmed the fight with their
cell phones. Whitfield, who was working on a water leak
behind a nearby building, immediately ran to Pike’s rescue.
The cell phone video showed Whitfield help Pike pin down
the suspect, later identified as David Noles, 52. The good
Samaritan held onto Noles as he continued to flail around
while Pike and a second LPD officer finally place the suspect
in handcuffs. ~LaGrange Daily News~

LaGrange Housing Authority/
West Georgia Star Garden Club
The LaGrange Housing Authority/West Georgia
Star Ben Hill Garden Club has been diligently
working on its new garden. The garden will have
completely new landscaping with a covered
gazebo for seating. It will be located next to the
picnic area at the Ben Hill property. The garden
will feature several different fruits, vegetables,
and flowers. Currently the garden club has
planted cabbages, tomatoes, and an assortment
of peppers. The garden club hopes to promote
healthy eating habits amongst our residents, by
providing an avenue to plant and harvest fresh
fruits and vegetables. For more information on
the garden or how to join the garden club please
contact Faye Gilliam at (706) 882-6416 ext 48.

Life Skills Classes

Lucy Morgan Tenant

Every week you can find a class of focused residents engaged and
committed to changing their lives. The classes are designed to motivate
while educating residents who may not have been afforded this
opportunity. Residents are learning and experiencing classes that will
provide them with a better life-style, while equipping them to think
critically and change their perspective on life.

Please feel free to contact a member of the West Georgia Star team if you
would like to know more about these classes or if you would like to join
this explosion of dream building to get your life on track and to prepare to
work and excel. Remember your passion is our passion.


The Lucy Morgan Tenant Association is
looking for TALENT. The association will
be hosting a Community Appreciation
Celebration event on Sunday, May 29,
2016 from 1pm – 6pm at the Cameron
Davidson Community Building, and
playground area. At this event, they are
hoping to be able to showcase some of
the talent that we have here at LHA!!! If
you can sing, dance, step, or love to recite poetry, then the stage is for you. Our
community has a lot of talented people;



you noticed the “Protect a
Child” Child Abuse Awareness
signs around the property? Were
you wondering what they were
for? April was first named Child
Abuse Prevention month in 1983 by
presidential proclamation. In 2014,
646,261 children in the U.S. were
reported victims of child abuse and/
or neglect. Of those children, 1,580
died (National Child Traumatic
Stress Network). Child abuse and

neglect aren’t as uncommon as you
may think. Even here in Troup
County, there are reports of children
who are the victims of child abuse
and neglect.
West Georgia Star and the LaGrange
Housing Authority have partnered
with Twin Cedars Darkness to Light:
Stewards of Children program to
bring awareness of child abuse and
child sexual abuse to the residents,
as well as the staff of the LaGrange

Housing Authority.
All staff
members are required to receive
Darkness to Light Trainings, and
the Darkness to Light trainings are
offered as a part of the new series of
Life Skills Classes offered to the LHA
residents. For more information on
the Darkness to Light Stewards of
Children program please visit the
website:, or by visiting
the Twin Cedars website: www.

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Each day, West Georgia Star Shuttle Services supports residents by by efficiently transporting residents to needed appointment, wellness services and job locations services are provided Monday thru Friday 5:15am-6pm. Shuttle services asks all tenants to schedual 3 days ahead scheduled services.

FOOD BANK May 11th 9:30am-12pm at Ben Hill & 12pm-2:30pm at Lucy Morgan

Applications will be available in either leasing office. THE FOOD BANK is normally the second
Wednesday of each month, and applications are due the week before.

FURNITURE PICK UP As you have noticed we do not allow furniture to be put in the

dumpster anymore. Effective immediately furniture may be put on the curbs every other
Wednesday between the hours of 7:00a.m.—10:00a.m. The furniture will be picked up by the
City of LaGrange sanitation department. If you put the furniture on the curb before the day
and time of pick up, you will be fined $100.00. Listed below are the days for pick up:

May 11, 2016

May 25, 2016
July 20, 2016

June 8, 2016
Aug 3, 2016

June 22, 2016
Aug 17, 2016

Aug 31, 2016

Sept 14, 2016

Sept 28, 2016

Oct 12, 2016

Nov 23, 2016

Dec 7, 2016

Oct 26, 2016


Nov 9, 2016


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