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Religion Briefs 11/17/10

Prayer and praise group meets in Tyrone
A group of about 35-40 believers from the “southern crescent of Atlanta” recently started what is now a weekly prayer and praise gathering in Tyrone. Many contributed by singing, praying, and sharing from the Scripture. The group plans to meet every Friday night at 7:14 p.m. ( See 2 Chronicles 7:14) at the Compass Dance Academy, 118 Palmetto Rd., Suite A, Tyrone. For information, call 770-632-5600.

November Craft Sale tables available Read More»

Early voting starts for runoff election

It’s voting time again, as two statewide races are headed for the Nov. 30 runoff election.

Voters will be selecting a Supreme Court justice between incumbent David Nahmias, who took 48.2 percent of the vote, and Tammy Lynn Adkins, who got 35.3 percent.

The other race in question is for the Georgia Court of Appeals, as Antoinette “Toni” Davis faces Chris McFadden. Davis was the leading vote-getter in a six-person race with 25.5 percent of the vote, followed by McFadden with 22.6 percent. Read More»

Mrs. Esta Elizabeth Thompson (Howell), 97

Mrs. Esta Elizabeth Thompson (Howell) died Sunday, November 14, 2010, age 97.

She was preceded in death by her husband, J.R. “Slim” Thompson, and her son, Donald H. Thompson.

She is survived by her son Weyman E. Thompson of Newnan; daughter, Glenna T. Moss and her husband James of Fayetteville; sons, James Dell Thompson and his wife Jerry Anne of Wedowee , AL , and Richard C. Thompson and his wife Zandra of Newnan; daughter-in-law Rachel Lee Thompson of Morrow; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Read More»

Marie Lillian Eades, 95, of Union City

Marie Lillian Eades, 95, of Union City, died November 11, 2010.

She was preceded in death by husband William H. Eades; daughter Camden Rutter; grandchildren Susanna Scruggs and Hunter Smith; 3 brothers and 1 sister. Read More»

Local man admits to interfering with postal investigation

A Fayetteville man pled guilty Tuesday to leaking information about a federal investigation to a potential target of the probe, federal prosecutors said.

Randall T. Smith, 53, a postal carrier at the East Point Post Office, was accused of disclosing details of “how the agents were acquiring evidence in the case. This type of leak and abuse of position is not acceptable and he now has a federal criminal record.” Read More»

Rep. Yates: Big win despite distortions

The national election is over generally and hopefully we will have a conservative U.S. House of Representatives with the national debt now at $13.28 trillion. If you compare this to the debt of $258.6 billion in 1945 after fighting WWII — the highest cost war of all time — this is a shocking indictment of Obama and the Democrat Congress. Read More»

Brooks UMC plans barbecue, bake sale, thrift shop sale November 20

Members of Brooks United Methodist Church invite the community to attend their annual fall barbeque, bake sale and bonanza sale at the church gym Saturday, Nov. 20.

The men will be serving pork barbeque by the plate with all the trimmings.The ladies will have home made baked goods for sale to compliment this year’s Thanksgiving meal. The Second Chance Thrift Shop will be there with great bargains.

All Thrift Shop proceeds benefit local, state, and world missions.

The barbeque will be held from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. The Thrift Shop Bonanza will be open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Read More»

Religion Briefs 11/10/10

Rolling Hills Baptist has new location
Rolling Hills Baptist Church recently sold its building and property to devote more resources to missions. The congregation currently worships on Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m. at the Cinemark Tinseltown 17 Movie Theater in the Fayetteville Pavilion. For more information on Rolling Hills, see the website at http://WheresTheSteeple.org.

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