Friday, February 23, 2001


Mega-church headed for Fairburn

Fairburn is set to get its first mega-church.

State Sen. Donzella James is getting serious about protecting her constituents.


The Fulton Industrial Business Association has much to offer its members, incoming President Tom Flanigan told a gathering of 50 at the organization's monthly breakfast meeting Wednesday morning.

Landmark Christian School will feature Kay Coles James as the keynote speaker at its annual Celebration Banquet.

Coweta-Fayette EMC recently hosted a group of people from Armenia in the Electric Utility Metering and Collections Internship Program of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association International Ltd.


Fulton County government is seeking nominees to serve on a panel to investigate housing, transportation and tax relief issues for senior citizens in Commission District 5.

Fulton County Manager Tom Andrews has selected three senior managers to fill key County positions.


Sandy Creek enters first round of state tournament

Sandy Creek's boys basketball team went 1-2 in the region tournament and qualified for the AAAA state tournament. They defeated Woodward Academy, 57-46, but lost to Westlake, 74-60 and to Creekside, 60-49. All three games were closer than the score indicates, but fatigue may have played a factor in the two losses.

Several tournaments keep soccer squads busy

The soccer season began last weekend with jamborees around the state, testing team's skills in games that would not count on their record. For some teams, the season began on Tuesday, at least it was supposed to. McIntosh's boys and girls were scheduled to meet North Clayton. The team never arrived at McIntosh, so the two varsity squads compted against each other. The Chiefs and Lady Chiefs are scheduled to meet Lovejoy at home tonight with games beginning at 6 p.m.

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