Fayetteville

F’ville Council eyes recession tax impact

The Fayetteville City Council in a file photo from 2010.

Finances were a central feature of the all-day retreat held March 11 by the Fayetteville City Council. Front and center in the discussion was the ongoing recession, its toll on city revenues and the measures taken to weather the recessionary storm. Read More»

Summit Church now taking Angel Food orders; deadline is April 12

The Summit Church in Fayetteville, through the Angel Food Ministries program, is offering quality food at discount prices to members of the community.

Deadline for the April order is April 12.

Angel Food Ministries (www.angelfoodministries.com) is an organization dedicated to providing affordable, high-quality food to those in need.

The organization is now operational in 45 states. Read More»

Truett-McConnell choir to perform at Flat Creek

The college choir from Truett- McConnell College in Cleveland, Ga., will join members of the Flat Creek Baptist combined youth and adult choirs for a performance the weekend of March 19 and 20. Ben Caston will direct.

Dr. Emir Caner, president at Truett-McConnell, will be the guest speaker at the morning worship service on Sunday, March 20.

Flat Creek Baptist is on Flat Creek Trail between Ga. Highway 54 and Tyrone Road.

Group ministry continues at FFC

Fayette Family Church’s group ministries, Life Groups, are free and open to the community and will run weekly through May 7. Classes meet in homes and at the church, 1729 Ga. Hwy. 54 W., Fayetteville.

Signups may be done on the website, fayettefamilychurch.org, or by phone, 770-461-6235.

For more info, visit the website or email contact@fayettefamilychurch.org.

Byrd-Mansour engagement

Jennifer Ryan Byrd engaged to Jarod Richard Mansour,

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Byrd of Fayetteville announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Ryan Byrd, to Jarod Richard Mansour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mansour of Goose Creek, S.C.

The bride-to-be is a 1999 graduate of Fayette County High School and a graduate of the University of Georgia with bachelor and masters degrees in statistics and mathematics education. She currently resides in Athens, Ga., and teaches high school mathematics in the Walton County School System. Read More»

Tiger Run Car Show set for Saturday

Tiger Run Car Show set for Saturday

On Saturday, Mar. 19, the Fayette County High School Class of 2011 will sponsor the third annual spring Tiger Run Car Show in the FCHS stadium parking lot from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Anyone wishing to enter a car should contact Sherry Van de Motter at 770-402-3447 or Laura Johnson at 678-938-8073.  Cars can register before the show from 11 a.m. - noon for a $25 fee or they can pre-register for a $20 fee before Mar. Read More»

Toastmasters host special meeting

Toastmasters host special meeting

The Fayetteville High Noon Toastmasters Club recently held a special meeting to help members get more proficient at impromptu speaking. Valarie Boone and Deborah Wuerslin tied for first place in the Advanced Speaker round. First place in the New Member round went to Zain Syed. For more information on the High Noon Toastmasters Club call 770-461-7492. Photo/Special.

Baker-Ludeke wedding

Mr. & Mrs. Ludecke

Kelly Lee Baker and Joshua David Ludecke were married on Feb. 24, 2011. Judge Hugh Robinson conducted the private ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Grant and Joanne Baker of Fayetteville, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Heath and the late Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wallace I. Baker, all of Enterprise, Ala. She is a graduate of Woodward Academy and Georgia Southern University where she received a bachelor of science in hotel and restaurant management. She is currently employed by Hyatt Place Atlanta Downtown. Read More»

Heaton shows downward trend in crime at city retreat

Fayetteville Police Chief Steve Heaton used the City Council retreat last week to unveil the city’s crime statistics for 2010. That data showed that Fayetteville has fewer violent crimes than nearly every other city in Georgia of similar size, that serious crimes continue to be on a downward trend and that the actual crime at the Fayette Pavilion continues to be more perception than reality. Read More»

Ronald McDonald gets a hand from F’ville cops

The Fayetteville Police Department will be serving as a drop-off point for aluminum can tabs which will be turned over to the Ronald McDonald House to benefit their charity. The mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. Read More»

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