Nearly two years after losing her 4-year-old nephew, Javion Willis, Gwendolyn Brittain and her father Roosevelt Willis shared Christmas cheer with 37 Head Start students. She wrapped four gifts for each of the students in memory of her nephew.
As Chairman of Hill Top Covenance Committee I would like to personally thank Commissioner Roosevelt Willis and PikeCo Code Enforcement. Together under your leadership Hill Top is now a shining example of what can be done to beautify neighborhoods. Block party Wednesday night 11:00 pm unitl.
Can you people do anything else? Find a job maybe? Get a hobby? this story was about a little boy who touched lives. My daughters went to school with Javion and he was so adorable. Always smiling and laughing. They did something wonderful to remember him. And everybody sits here talking about off the wall crap. This has nothing to do with code enforcement and the dang county. If you want to make a change in this county then vote idiots. If you think you can do a better job get your butts up there and do so or SHUT UP!!!
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