Peachtree City

Take personal responsibility for educating yourself on the candidates

There are two things that I still believe in passionately:

1. Participation in our political process is important, and

2. Those who don’t learn from history are condemned to repeat it

By participation in our political process, I don’t just mean voting. I used to feel that way. I have voted in pretty much every election going back several decades. I felt good about it, and would privately pat myself on the back for doing so. After all, voting is the means by which our voice is heard. Right? Read More»

Vote Nov. 2 to take back country from socialistic government Democrats

Nov. 2 will be here soon so if you believe as we do then help us get the right people in office to take our country back.

We believe that the government is out of control with its reckless government spending and socialistic “spread the wealth” programs that are taking money out of our paychecks every week.

We believe that we should be responsible and accountable for ourselves and not have the government being Big Daddy for everyone and responsible for us.

We believe that we should:

Repeal ObamaCare.

We don’t and won’t socialize healthcare.

Repeal Social Security. Read More»

Lack of necessary rules caused boom-bust cycle

The past decade American consumers enjoyed the lower cost items now made by lower cost workers overseas. But consumers ignored the American workers who now watched good paying jobs vanish.

As Japan designed the fuel efficient Prius, Germany experimented with solar energy, and China built wind turbines, we made the 8 mpg Hummer. Read More»

Deadline to order Greek pastries for holiday entertaining is Nov. 1

The order deadline is Nov. 1 — next Monday — for St. Christopher Hellenic Orthodox Church Philoptochos Society‘s Greek Appetizers and Pastry Sale featuring appetizers for holiday entertaining.

Offered for sale are Spanakopita (filo pastry filled with spinach, feta and onions) and Tiropites (filo pastry filled with cheeses and herbs) for $10 per dozen and Baklava (filo and nut filled sweet pastry) for $18 per dozen.

Also featured this year are Kourambiethes (a rich, buttery cookie topped with powered sugar) for $15 per dozen. Read More»

Cuddy-Parker wedding

Mr. & Mrs. Parker

Courtney Leigh Cuddy and Kevin Lee Parker were married at The Four Seasons Resort Manele Bay on the island of Lanai, Hawaii Sept. 10, 2010. The Rev. Michael Lopez, a native Hawaiian, conducted the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lynch of Peachtree City and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cuddy of Ormond Beach, Fla. She is a graduate of McIntosh High School in Peachtree City and Mercer University in Macon. Read More»

PTC city manager ousted; documents show rift with mayor

Peachtree City Manager Bernard McMullen

Bernie McMullen's last day to be Dec. 31 as contract expires

REVISED VERSION 5:32 p.m. Oct. 25, 2010 — The annual performance evaluation of Peachtree City City Manager Bernie McMullen, whose separation agreement was unanimously approved Thursday night by the City Council, showed that Mayor Don Haddix had dissatisfaction with the way McMullen was performing his job. Read More»

Kedron kids sing songs of Seuss

Kedron kids sing songs of Seuss

The second grade students at Kedron Elementary School recently performed “Seussical the Musical” based on books by Dr. Seuss. They performed songs from “McElligott's Pool,” “Horton Hears a Who,” “Oh the Thinks You Can Think,” and “Green Eggs and Ham.”

Haunted house and kiddie carnival in PTC this weekend

The Peachtree City Fire Department is having their annual haunted house on Oct. 29 and 30 from 7-11 p..m. Admission for adults is $10 and for students it is $8. In addition to the haunted house, the PTC Optimist Club is having a kiddie carnival for ages 10 and under for $4. There will be games and fun for all. The concession Stand will be open with food and drinks.  The location of the haunted house and the kiddie carnival is The Leach Fire Station at 110 Paschall Road.

For more information, call Kathy Burdg at 770 486-6231.

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