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Bricks in place for PTC Memorial Day observances

Bricks in place for PTC Memorial Day observances

Arnie Geiger (right) sets a memorial brick in place as Jim Ryan prepares to tap it in place. Both men were part of a work crew from VFW Post 9949 in Peachtree City adding new and replacement bricks to the Veterans Memorial in Peachtree City’s Library and City Hall Plaza. This will be the site of the 13th annual Memorial Day commemoration on May 30, starting at 9 a.m. A golf cart procession open to the public will begin at the Gathering Place at 8:30 a.m. and wind around Lake Peachtree to the Veterans Memorial for the start of the event. Read More»

Huddleston Elementary home to published poets

Huddleston Elementary home to published poets

For the fifth year in a row, Huddleston second grade enrichment students have been selected to have their original poems published in Creative Communication’s annual poetry contest. The contest accepts thousands of entries each year. The company’s mission is to publish high merit poems to create a record of what is important to today’s students and to reflect the perspective of these students. Read More»

Senoia Farmer's Market this Saturday

The Senoia Farmers Market takes place on Saturday, May 28, in the parking lot next to City Hall.  The Market will be open from 8 a.m.-noon. Locally grown produce, homemade canned goods, and specialty items will be available. For more information, go to the events section of the enjoysenoia.com website, or contact Don Caputo, the Market Coordinator at 770-599-4148.

Mr. Bobbie Don Peacock, Sr., 77, of Peachtree City

Mr. Bobbie Don Peacock, Sr., 77, of Peachtree City, GA passed away May 24, 2011.

He was born in Soperton, GA, the son of the late William Thomas & Sara Irene Tyson Peacock. Mr. Peacock served his country in the Air Force during the Korean conflict. He was the owner/operator of M.A. Industries in Peachtree City, GA and an inventor. Mr. Peacock was a member of the Tyrone Masonic Lodge #644 F&AM, a Shriner and a member of the Fayette Shrine Club.

He was preceded in death by his daughter Deri Peacock Adams. Read More»

PTC, F’ville, Senoia plan Memorial Day ceremonies

Gravestone of WWII veteran in the Fayetteville City Cemetery. Photo/Post 105, American Legion.

Several local ceremonies will commemorate Memorial Day next Monday, May 30.

Fayette County Post 105 of The American Legion will be hosting a county-wide Memorial Day Ceremony again this year to honor America’s military heroes. The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. and end promptly at noon.

The traditional graveyard ceremony will be held at the historic Fayetteville City Cemetery amongst the flag decorated graves of the veterans buried there. Read More»

New Fourth of July t-shirts now available

Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau Supports Independence Day

The Fourth of July in Peachtree City is an unforgettable experience for all, as thousands of red, white, and blue golf carts parade their way through the City showing their patriotism. During the festivities this year, the Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau invites you to participate in the City’s newest tradition by wearing the NEW Fourth of July T-Shirt which can be purchased at the Visitors Center or City Hall for only ten dollars. For more information please call the Peachtree City Convention & Visitors Bureau at 678-216-0282.
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Fayette County students receive Legion award

Fayette County students receive Legion award

Two graduating seniors from Fayette County High School were selected to receive The American Legion School Award presented by the Fayette County Post 105. The award is a recognition for two seniors with the qualities of courage, honor, leadership, scholarship, service and patriotism. Pictured is Lanier Dixson, left, Legionnaire Bill Cain, and Zuri Knox. Lanier played football and is active in his church. He will be attending the Nashville Auto-Diesel College. Zuri is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America, played basketball and plans to earn a degree in Cosmetology. Photo/Special.

The world didn’t end, but what now?

Dr. David L. Chancey's picture

Saturday, May 21 came and passed without a cataclysmic world-ending disaster. The sincere California pastor missed his prediction again.

Eighty-nine-year-old Harold Camping came up with numerological proof based on Genesis 7:4, which reads “For after seven more days I will cause it to rain on the earth for forty days and forty nights, and I will destroy from the face of the earth all living things which I have made.” Read More»

Wagner assumes pastorate of Grace Baptist

Zach and Angie Wagner

Members of Grace Baptist Church in Fayetteville welcome their new pastor, the Rev. Zach Wagner, a 2003 graduate of Midwestern Baptist College in Pontiac, Mich.

After spending 11 years teaching in different Christian schools and being on the faculty of two different colleges, Wagner has accepted the pastorate of Grace Baptist Church.

Grace is at 1810 Ga. Hwy. 85 South. For more information, call 770-461-5511.

Nigerian minister returns to Fayetteville

Action of Faith Ministries will once again host Pastor Friday Idawor from Lagos, Nigeria for two nights at the Harvest Christian Community Center (HCCC) in Fayetteville.

On Friday, May 27, at 7 p.m., there will be a special service for pastors and ministry leaders, only.

Then, on Saturday night, May 28, at 7 p.m., everyone is invited to attend.

The Harvest Christian Community Center is at 383 Fayette Place, Fayetteville.

For more information, contact AOFM Director Curtis Hindman at C_Hindman@aofministries.org.

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