Sunday, May 6, 2001

Writing project brings unexpected enrichment
"Enriching Azalea Estates" was a writing partnership between the third-grade enrichment students from Kedron Elementary School in Peachtree City and residents of Azalea Estates, an assisted living and retirement community in Fayetteville.

Spring Hill PTO seeks funds for playground

Spring Hill Elementary School's PTO is working to raise more than $33,000 for a playground for its primary aged children, 5 - 7 years old.

Boundary, budget talks on tap for school board Monday

Boundary lines for Fayette County High School are expected to be discussed at Monday's Board of Education work session, along with further review of the fiscal 2002 budget.

Peachtree City Church of Christ plans busy summer

More than 175 families enjoy worship each week at the Peachtree City Church of Christ. This figure is up from the 16 people on hand for the first meeting about 17 years ago.

School plans on Fayetteville P&Z agenda Tuesday

Fayetteville officials will get their first look at details of plans for a new school on Lester Road during the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission's work session Tuesday.

Police Blotter

Parades are fun, whether marching or watching

It takes guts and stamina to get out and march and carry a sign or ride in a parade vehicle during a parade.

Small things can make a big difference
Religion Columnist

A few years ago, there was an enormous pine tree that grew in the mountains of Colorado.

It all started in a little log cabin
Contributuing Writer

It's Saturday, April 28, 2001.

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