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Fayette County High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian

Fayette County High School’s valedictorian and salutatorian

Liam McDermott (R) is the valedictorian and Zahra Manji the salutatorian for Fayetteville’s Fayette County High School Class of 2011. Photo/Ben Nelms.

F’ville moves toward Sunday alcohol sales vote, denser residential zoning

The Fayetteville City Council on May 19 heard the first reading of a proposed amendment to the Planned Community District (PCD) zoning ordinance designed to provide more open space by allowing a small increase in residential density. The council at the meeting also adopted a resolution to authorize a November referendum on Sunday alcohol package sales. Read More»

Architectural Alphabet exhibit at HDF Museum

If you love looking at old homes and historical buildings, the newest exhibit at the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife Museum will be right up your alley. The Architectural Alphabet will both educate and enlighten visitors in a fun and creative presentation. Read More»

Why wild swings in BoE budget?

At the April 11 Fayette County Board of Education called meeting, in documents on e-board (www.fcboe.org), Tom Gray stated that the potential fund balance ending 2012 would be $6.9 million. This, Mr. Gray stated, would be the fund balance with the employee pay scale restored.

Bob Todd stated in the April 19th board meeting that “we know we will be all right next year.”

So tell me how did the projected fund balance ending June, 2012 for the May 17 board meeting be a difference of $10 million, in one month? Read More»

A good man’s name is being trashed needlessly, without the facts

I have lived in Fayette County for 45 years and was fortunate to arrive when we were still a “village.” I have witnessed the growth of the county: It was 8,000 persons when I moved here in 1966 and now it’s more than 106,000 persons.

We were, indeed, a “village” then. We shared responsibility for not only helping each other out, but in the rearing of each other’s children. Now we are just a metropolis, people scurrying to and fro, and there are those who delight in changing the status quo ante. Read More»

Wagner assumes pastorate of Grace Baptist

Zach and Angie Wagner

Members of Grace Baptist Church in Fayetteville welcome their new pastor, the Rev. Zach Wagner, a 2003 graduate of Midwestern Baptist College in Pontiac, Mich.

After spending 11 years teaching in different Christian schools and being on the faculty of two different colleges, Wagner has accepted the pastorate of Grace Baptist Church.

Grace is at 1810 Ga. Hwy. 85 South. For more information, call 770-461-5511.

Nigerian minister returns to Fayetteville

Action of Faith Ministries will once again host Pastor Friday Idawor from Lagos, Nigeria for two nights at the Harvest Christian Community Center (HCCC) in Fayetteville.

On Friday, May 27, at 7 p.m., there will be a special service for pastors and ministry leaders, only.

Then, on Saturday night, May 28, at 7 p.m., everyone is invited to attend.

The Harvest Christian Community Center is at 383 Fayette Place, Fayetteville.

For more information, contact AOFM Director Curtis Hindman at C_Hindman@aofministries.org.

Music camp starts July 11

Fayetteville First United Methodist Church will offer a summer music camp for children in kindergarten through sixth grade July 11-15.

Children will learn about strings, wind instruments, singing, rhythm and more.Classes will meet every day from 9 a.m. until noon. The cost is $60 for the week.

Email Joan Aycock at aycockmusic@yahoo.com or call her at 770-460-0053, for more information.

Heritage plans VBS for last weekend in June

Heritage Christian Church in Fayetteville is inviting kids to get cookin’ at its Shake It Up Café Vacation Bible School, Monday, June 27-Friday, July 1 from 8:45 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. VBS is open to kids who have completed kindergarten through sixth grade.

At the Shake It Up Café VBS, kids will become chefs in training. The day will begin with a high energy opening in the worship center followed by the Bible Bistro, with interactive Bible lessons. Read More»

Carter anniversary

E.J. and Brenda will celebrate their 50th anniversary next month.

E.J. and Brenda (Douglas) Carter of Fayetteville will celebrate their 50th anniversary next month.

They were married June 10, 1961 in Alcoa, Tenn., by the late Rev. W. H. Lodwick.

Their family includes children Scott (Melissa) Carter of Fayetteville, Tamara (Jimmy) Fischer of Senoia and Melinda (Rod) Owen of Brooks.

Their grandchildren are Whitney and Landry Carter, Brandy Fischer, Garrett, Olivia, Grant and Gavin Owen. Read More»

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