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Warriors take a ride

The Warriors Motorcycle Club, sponsored by the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg, took advantage of the beautiful weather on Sunday, Sept. 9, and took an extended ride of over 120 miles. The Warriors stopped in Thomaston and enjoyed lunch at Chili’s Restaurant before returning home. Jason Epps is the president of the Warriors. Pictured (L-R) are Dawn McCook, Newnan; Gary Cramer, Newnan; Jessica Epps, Tori Epps, and Jason Epps, Senoia; C. Michael Howell, Sharpsburg; Chris Hyatt, Senoia; Jordan Bland, Kingsport, Tenn.; Bonnie Bar, Carrollton; Jackie Epps, Senoia; Gerhard Bar, Carrollton; A. Michael Howell, Brooks. Not pictured but also making the trip was David Epps, Sharpsburg. Photo/Special.

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