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Leave toys, food, clothing at CCC

Community Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) 349 Kenwood Rd., Fayetteville, is a drop off point for Toys for Tots, non-perishable food and paper goods for Fayette Samaritans and is collecting coats and sweaters for the needy. Donors are asked to call in advance (770-460-9745) before dropping off any items to the church.

Religion Briefs 10/26/11

Free food available Thursday
The Real Life Center in partnership with the Atlanta Community Food Bank will hold its next Mobile Food Pantry on Thursday Oct. 27 in the Dogwood Church parking lot at 975 Ga. Hwy. 74 North. A variety of food items will be distributed free of charge on a first come, first serve basis to families in need of food assistance. For more information contact the Real Life Center, 770-631-9334. The center, located in Tyrone, is open Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - noon and Thursday from 5-7 p.m.

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Christian City’s Pancake Breakfast and Autumn Festival set for Saturday morning

The Children’s Village Chief Operating Officer Phil Kouns serving pancake breakfast customers. Photo/Special.

Christian City is hosting their annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, October 29 from 8-10 a.m. in the parking lot behind the Welcome Center of Christian City located at 7345 Red Oak Road in Union City. Tickets are only $5 and includes a delicious breakfast of pancakes, sausage, coffee, and juice all of which are served to you by the dedicated house parents and employees of The  Children’s Village.

Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling The Children’s Village at 770-964-3309 or on Saturday at the door. Read More»

Breakfast with Dad

Breakfast with Dad

North Fayette Elementary held its annual Breakfast with Dad in October. Pictured are Winston Eason and his son, second grader Tyler Eason, sharing some special time together. Moms were not left out; NFES’s Breakfast with Mom was earlier this year. Photo/Special.

Market Day and Pumpkin festival in Fayetteville

Fayetteville Main Street and the Pumpkin People are planning a variety of family events and opportunities for local residents on Saturday, October 29 in Downtown Fayetteville.

Starting at the Gazebo at 10 a.m., residents can shop at an extended Market Day that runs until 6 p.m. With over 106 vendors, this will be the largest Market Day so far for 2011.

Joyce Waits, Main Street Coordinator, says that this year’s Market Days have been the best so far since starting this monthly event in 2008. Read More»

Annual Civitan Chili Challenge this Saturday

The Line Creek Civitan Club and the Georgia District Civitan Foundation will host the Civitan Great Chili Challenge at Shakerag Knoll in Peachtree City from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 29. This year the Chili Challenge will be held in cooperation with the Frederick Brown, Jr. Amphitheater’s Not So Frightful Storytelling & Halloween Party. Read More»

Church bikers visit recovering bishop

Church bikers visit recovering bishop

Members of the motorcycling community at the Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg took their first ride together, which included a stop at the home of Bishop John Holloway and family. The group left Christ the King after morning services on Sunday, Oct. 16, and made the 40-mile ride to the city of Griffin. Father Jason administered Holy Eucharist to the Holloway family. John Holloway served as the Bishop of the Diocese of the Mid-South from 1997 until June 2007 when he suffered a massive stroke. Read More»

Peachtree City park volunteer honored for lifetime service

Luther T. Holt, Jr. recognized for dedication to resident quality of life

A park and recreation professional for nearly 40 years, Luther T. Holt, Jr. dedicated his career to enhancing resident quality of life in the communities of Lexington, Kentucky; Highland Park and Detroit, Michigan. In retirement, Holt brought his passion to Peachtree City, Georgia, serving an integral role on the City’s Recreation Commission. Family and friends of Luther T. Holt, Jr. recently joined the Michigan Recreation and Park Association (MRPA) in Canton, Michigan to honor his memory and countless contributions during Holt’s induction to the MRPA Hall of Fame. Read More»

FSS receives Meals On Wheels grant from Walmart

It was a grant award that will help meet an expanding need in Fayette County. The Walmart Foundation recently awarded Fayette Senior Services (FSS) with a $13,310 grant for the Meals On Wheels program. The FSS Meals On Wheels program since 2000 has served approximately 40,000 meals each year.

FSS Executive Director Debbie Britt said the grant will provide the Meals On Wheels program with much-needed freezer space and other equipment that is critical in the management and delivery of services. Read More»

Mary Ann Roy, of Senoia

Mary Ann Roy, of Senoia, passed away on Oct. 17, 2011. She was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Langley, two infant daughters, and an uncle, Darrell Pritchard.

She is survived by her former husband and friend, Fardeen Roy of Decatur; daughter Emily Roy of Senoia; father, Robert J. Langley of Senoia; brother, James (Christy) Langley of Roanoke, Ala.; brother, Tim Langley, of Senoia; sister, Rachel Vadsarya of Senoia; 3 nephews, aunts and uncles. Read More»

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