Kendrick Brown
Robert Dewitt explains the origins of his award winning painting to a couple. He said the painting is a reinterpretation of a family picture inherited from his grandmother and that the subjects, the Diehl family, are his relatives; one of them being Raymond Diehl, a late businessman from Tallahassee for whom a major road is named. For more photos see page 2A.
Artistic tradition continues

Fans of art and artists alike converged on downtown Quincy Friday night as the Gadsden Arts Center conducted the 26th annual Art in Gadsden exhibition. More than 100 people packed the center to view 110 pieces being presented as a part of the exhibition. The pieces will be on display until Dec. 23 and they’re available for purchase, with prices ranging from $85 to $20,000.

Members of Robert F. Munroe Day School’s volleyball team pose for a photo.
Lady Cats claim 2A-District 1 Championship

Both East and West Gadsden and Tallavana Christian bowed out of Volleyball 2014 with opening round losses in their respective district tournaments. Tallavana lost to FAMU in round one 25-16, 25-10, 25-13.

4GEN Journal

 Traditionally a day when we honor our mothers — in person, by phone, with a card or flowers, over a meal, or, as for me, in memory — Mother’s Day also provides us an opportunity for reflection.