Sunday, April 22, 2001

Fayetteville proposes 2 voting precincts

Plans have been put in motion for the creation of two separate voting precincts in the city of Fayetteville.

Power plant in Fayette's backyard?

One of the nation's largest companies is proposing to build a massive power plant in South Fulton County.

Fayetteville plans special activities for students

Fayetteville officials are preparing for the city's recognition of Georgia Cities Week, scheduled from April 22-28.

FCT is looking for a cast for 'Annie'

Fayette Community Theatre, Inc. is searching for a young, talented miss to fill the role of Annie in its upcoming production of the Broadway musical "Annie."

Learn about your city

During the week of April 22-28, Fayetteville will join other cities across Georgia in celebrating Georgia Cities Week. This week has been set aside to recognize the many services city governments provide and their contribution to a better quality of life in Georgia.

Calvary Temple in its 10th year

Next year the Calvary Temple Assembly of God in Peachtree City will be celebrating its tenth anniversary.

"Put Me in Coach, I'm Ready to Play . . . Today!"
Relgion Columnist

I'm wearing a new hat these days. Actually, it's a cap, a baseball manager's cap. Several weeks ago, Ken Jackson of the Fayette County Baseball Association, called one evening and said they had a team that needed a manager. Would I be interested?

It's 'March for Jesus' time

Once again the opportunity to honor our Lord will be ours on Saturday, the 12th of May, in Fayetteville

‘Til death do us part
Parochial Vicar

I met her at seminary, five years ago, in what we Catholics call a holy hour — an hour spent in prayer, adoring, thanking and praising God for all his great and glorious gifts, not the least of which is our life and our salvation, Jesus Christ.

Some thoughts on a 'Good' Friday
Contributuing Writer

It is Good Friday and I have had good intentions all day. Since sunrise I have been up and eager to try to pull a "Mary" and sit at the feet of Jesus for at least a few minutes, preferably an hour or so. Haven't done that in a while.

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