Donations needed for planned Arley Senior Citizens Center

Committee members of the Arley-Smith Lake Senior Outreach Center shows the gutted interior of the former BankFirst building that is being remodeled into a senior center. From left, Cheryl Rickett, committee vice president; Cathy Cooper, president; Bob Cooper, treasurer and State Representative Tim Wadsworth.
ARLEY - Now that the interior of the future Arley-Smith Lake Senior Outreach Center has been gutted by numerous volunteers, the hard part begins, with donations desperately needed to finance the renovation.

Donations heading Africa's way

Seated are Pastor Jonathan Uncapher and Dr. Isaac Gwan. Standing left to right, Grace Mokem, university student; Guilene Pagnou, lab technician; Leonie Fokou, teacher and her child; Solange Gouffo, head teacher and Cornelius, young boy.
ARLEY - The Church at Arley, located three miles south of the town on County Road 41, has received many donations, including much needed medical equipment, which is being sent to Nomedjoh, Cameroon, just north of the equator in west Africa. It had 712 inhabitants in 2005.