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Ushers and Greeters’ Anniversary

Union Springs News By. T. Adrienne Terrell Greetings from The Springs. Guess who graduated on Tuesday, July 30, from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science, Integrative Studies Degree in Leadership and Communication? That would be none other than Gary Marneze Walker! Now that was a

The pursuit of happiness: You “get it” or you don’t

Rutledge News By Joan Ekstrom Rutledge has a slogan: “Rutledge… Small but Special.” And when you visit Rutledge you either “get it” or you don’t. The folks who “get it” come back again and again. I believe part of the reason is the small and simple things

Columnist: “We’re justified by faith, peace with God…”

Brownwood News Margie Ward A good attendance was present for the morning worship service. We still have some out due to sickness, jobs etc. Our prayers continue to be with each of these. We are thankful for all our visitors that come worship with us week after

Master Gardeners’ plans have changed!

Madison News By Monaray Powers The families of the late Thomas M. Gilbert and Fannie Lou Gilbert had their annual get together Sunday under the big pecan trees at the home of Mike and Pam Gilbert. Pork barbecue and stew were served to those present along with

A very happy 95th birthday to the one-and-only, original Mrs. TriBee

TriBee News By Rachel Harper The original Mrs. Tri-Bee had a very big birthday this past weekend.  She was and is very blessed to have celebrated her 95th birthday! Although she isn’t able to live at her home anymore, she is happy and content down at The Lake

Calling “Mama” on trip west to Colorado

Buckhead News By Betty Moore I was shocked today to learn of the death of Jimmy Alford of Eatonton. I had known him all of his life. At one point we lived next door to he and his family As a matter of fact his mother was

Centennial Student Ministry has busy summer

Centennial News By Allen Brown We have had an AWESOME summer in the Centennial Student Ministry.  CBC students spent the last week of June at PowerLife Camp in Johnson City, Tenn., growing closer to the Lord and one another.  Several of our students volunteered as Student Counselors

Beautiful day and music, great crowd and message for Homecoming last Sunday

Sugar Creek News By Mae Buice I am just a very happy person this Monday morning. After such a wonderful weekend, seems I look forward to each rewarding day as I get a day older. I truly do have so much to be thankful for. We had

Roadside flowers: Beautiful gifts from Mother Nature

By Stephanie Hudak One of the benefits of being a passenger in a vehicle is that you get to see all the things along the roads and highways. I don’t have that luxury much anymore, but when I’m driving my eyes still manage to catch the bright

Nunnsense: (Brick) House, M.D.

By Nick Nunn Scene: a woman sits alone in an examination room. The door opens, and a doctor walks in holding a chart. The doctor has a very serious look on her face. “What is it, doctor?” asks the woman. “Is it serious?” The doctor is slow