Fayette County

Christianity, Science, the Bible conference starts tomorrow at Heritage in Fayetteville

Heritage Church in Fayetteville will host a free conference on Christianity, Science, and the Bible Sept, 16-18, from 6:30 - 9 p.m. each evening.

The conference will feature Professor A.C. McIntosh of Leeds University, England, and Dr. Charles Thaxton of Peachtree City, and will be held at Heritage Church, 150 Lester Road, Fayetteville. Refreshments will be provided.

On Thursday, Sept. 16, Thaxton (6:30) will lecture on Christianity and Science, and McIntosh (7:30) will address Design Intelligence and the Word of God. Read More»

Religion Briefs 09/15/10

‘Baggage Claim” opens Sept. 17 at Harp’s
Harp’s Crossing Community Theater will present “Baggage Claim,” a modern parable, Friday through Sunday, Sept. 17, 18 and 19, at 7 p.m. at Harp’s Crossing Baptist Church. Childcare will be provided for children up to eight years of age by reservation only. To reserve childcare, call 770-461-5318 or visit the website, www. harpscrossing.com. Admission is free. Harp’s Crossing is at 1183 Ga. Hwy. 92 South, Fayetteville.

Steve McVey will lead Grace Walk in PTC Read More»

South Gate Ministry’s Bible study starts Sept. 16 in PTC

South Gate Ministry Training Center announces its inaugural inductive Bible study, The Book of Acts. The Institute aims to promote and engender a biblical worldview among Christians everywhere, to equip, present and future, to correctly and effectively handle the Word of God, and to provide a scriptural foundation for understanding God’s will for his people through intensive inductive Bible studies. Read More»

FUMC’s seniors will tour Atlanta landmarks Oct. 7

The SAGE group (seniors 55 and older) at Fayetteville First United Methodist Church is planning an outing to include a tour of the Oakland Cemetery, the Margaret Mitchell House, and lunch at Six Feet Under in Atlanta on Oct. 7.

The group will depart from the parking lot next to the Holiday Inn at 9 a.m. and return around 4:30 p.m. The cost is $25 plus the cost of lunch.

Deadline for registrations is Sept. 29, at which time 15 paid registrations are needed to make the trip. Read More»

Pirani-Kassin Engagement

Evyn Pirani engaged to Patrick Kassin

Jim Pirani of Smyrna and Tom Kassin of Peachtree City announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Evyn Pirani and Patrick Kassin.

The bride-to-be is a 2003 graduate of McIntosh High School and a 2007 graduate of Valdosta State University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing. She is currently a leasing and marketing coordinator with TPA Realty Services. Read More»

Tedford-Ivey Birth

Cole Ivey and Lynsey Tedford of Fayetteville announce the birth of their daughter, Rayah Layne, born Aug. 18 at 12:32 a.m. She weighed 7 lbs., 5 oz and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Matt and Sonya Tedford of Fayetteville. Fraternal grandparents are Greg Ivey and Becky Ford, also of Fayetteville.

Job hunt: F'ville resident on new season of 'The Apprentice'

Job hunt: F'ville resident on new season of 'The Apprentice'

“You’re fired.”

Fayetteville resident Kelly Smith Beaty didn’t hear those exact words when she was laid off from her job at a global public relations firm, but being out of work stung just the same. She had recently been named to the Atlanta’s Power 30 Under 30 and was about to put money down on a condo but instead found herself moving back to her parent’s home in Fayette County. Read More»

Bluegrass and arts and crafts at Shakerag

The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater in Peachtree City will once again be filled with the sounds of bluegrass as ‘The Fred’ hosts the Shakerag Bluegrass Festival in conjunction with the 33rd annual Shakerag Arts & Crafts Festival, Sept. 18 and 19. The festival will feature eight bands over the two days including Saturday’s headliner Steel String Session from Tennessee, while local favorite Bullsboro caps off the weekend Sunday night. Read More»

Inman Farm Heritage Days starts Friday

Inman Farm Heritage Days starts Friday

By Jim Minter
Special to the Fayette Citizen

It shouldn’t be a surprise that the whiskey still on the creek is one of the most popular exhibits at Inman Farm Heritage Days, the Fayette County festival that each September celebrates rural life as it was in the South before World War II.

Whiskey making was a necessary and respected way of life brought over by our ancestors from Ireland and Scotland. The product was used for medicine, to buy a pair of shoes for a child to go to school and to liven up a Saturday night square dances after a week of hard work. Read More»

Market Day in downtown Fayetteville Saturday

Visit downtown Fayetteville for another exciting Market Day, with several new vendors, just in time for some early Fall and Christmas shopping.
The fourth Market Day event of 2010 will take place at the Gazebo area

“This month we will have a bouncy house, compliments of Gym South in Fayetteville, and face painting, so bring the kids and enjoy a day of shopping while the kids play,” said Joyce Waits, Main Street Coordinator. Read More»

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