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Flora Mae Perkins, 99, of Fayetteville

Flora Mae Perkins, age 99, of Fayetteville. Read More»

First Market Day of 2011 in Fayetteville Saturday

This Saturday, June 18 is the first Market Day event for 2011 and the marks the 4th year since its inception. Along with over 50 vendors, Fayetteville Main Street wants to welcome everyone to come out to the Gazebo in Downtown Fayetteville and browse through a variety of vendors showcasing their homemade and homegrown products.  Everything from jewelry, jellies, flowers, and birdhouses to organic vegetables are available for sale to the public.  The Market opens at 10 a.m. and will close at 2 p.m.  Read More»

PTC girl, 7, raises money for missions 1 muffin, 1 cup of coffee at a time

Zara Morgan, left, with some of her Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins and sister, Monse, by the coffee station. The muffins and coffee were for sale during swimming practice at the Planterra Ridge pool last week. Photo/Michael Boylan.

There are good ideas and then there are great ideas. Zara Morgan, 7, of Peachtree City had a great idea when she heard some of the parents at her sister’s morning swimming practices wishing they had a cup of coffee. If she set up a coffee stand and sold coffee and muffins, the parents needing a little morning pick me up would probably buy something. Read More»

Volunteers unveil ‘Therapeutic Garden’ at Fayette Senior Services

Volunteers rest for a moment at the Enrichment Center Therapeutic Garden long enough for a photo. They are from left: Kevin Hargrove, Joyce Peck, Tom Peck, Morgan Gibbs, Allen Coe, and Harrison Gibbs. Opening ceremonies are today at the Fayette Senior Services in Fayetteville. Photo/Carolyn Cary.

Several years ago one of the board members of the Fayette Senior Center and a couple of Fayette’s Master Gardeners thought a therapeutic garden on the grounds at the center sounded like a fine idea.

That idea has come to fruition. The official opening is today (June 15) at 10 a.m. next to the Fayette Senior Center.

Because the 15,000-square-foot space was really a drainage field, fill dirt and top soil needed to be brought in. In addition, funds were needed for the project. It was estimated that the entire project would take about $65,000. Read More»

Ask Father Paul 06/15/11

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Answers to your questions about life, religion and the Bible

Pastors get some of the most interesting questions from people they meet and people in their congregations. Here are a few that I have gotten over the years and via email for this column. Read More»

PTC’s All Saints Anglican will host healing program Saturday

All Saints Anglican Church will offer a free, two-part healing program on Saturday, June 18 which is open to the public.

The first part of the program is a three-hour seminar beginning at 9 a.m. which covers the basics of healing and provides important knowledge for those seeking divine healing. A Bible study on the subject is included.

The second part of the program will be at 7 p.m. It is entitled “a Miracle Healing Service.” Read More»

Bowron to be ordained at Episcopal Church of the Nativity this Sunday

The Rev. Deacon Josh Bowron, formerly of Fayetteville

The Rev. Deacon Josh Bowron, formerly of Fayetteville, will be ordained to the Episcopal priesthood Saturday, June 18, in a service starting at 10 a.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Fayetteville.

The Rt. Rev. Neil Alexander, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, will officiate. The Rev. Rita Henault, rector of the parish, will formally present Bowron for ordination. A reception in the parish hall will follow the service. Read More»

Nativity youth group leaves for mission in North Carolina

Ten young people and adults from the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Fayetteville, will leave Sunday, June 19, for a one-week work camp mission in Lexington, N.C.

Parish youth on the trip will be Eli Jentzen, Breahna McNeirney, Zavi Norman, Lachlan Page, Zebulon Page, Olivia Richburg and Victoria Richburg. They will be accompanied by the Rev. Rita Henault, rector, and her husband, Mark, and by Bob Page, a vestry member. Read More»

All Saints’ annual music camp set for July 11-15

Shown are, L-R, harpist Kelley Abrams, Doug Abrams and Ana Hall, along with music director Shannon Bryan are getting tuned up for the annual All Saints Anglican Church Music Camp which will be July 11-15 at 225 South Peachtree Parkway in Peachtree City. Photo/Freddy Burdeshaw.

All Saints Anglican Church in Peachtree City will conduct its annual free children’s Music Camp July 11-15.

The featured theme, “Sing To The Lord A New Song,” will be evident in traditional hymns and praise songs, as well as scripture verses and messages.

Curriculum for the camp is a potpouri of music, singing, dancing, and instruction in various instruments, composition, and art. It also features contests, games and snacks. No previous experience is required. Read More»

Register now for Heritage Christian’s WinShape C3 Day Camp

Registration is now open for Winshape C3 Camp, which will be hosted by Heritage Christian Church, July 11-15. The day camp is open to all students who have completed first through sixth grade. Camp runs from 7:30 a.m.- 5 p.m. Cost is $179 for a full week of camp. A deposit of $50 is due upon registration.

C3 combines sports and recreation, arts, Bible study and worship for a truly unforgettable week of life change. Read More»

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