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February

February 27

“Love Letters,” by A.R. Gurney is showing at the Newnan Community Theatre Company at 8 p.m. The play tells the story of the relationship between two people, troubled rich girl Melissa Gardner and the politically ambitions Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III. They are friends in childhood, and as their lives progress, they go off to different boarding schools, try their hands at romance, and go on with their lives. As in life, their paths cross again and again, and they do finally fall in love, but, again, as in life, their romance is interrupted. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased through the NTC website, www.newnantheatre.org, or via phone by calling 770-683-6282
 

February 28

Promise Place is hosting its first ever Improv Comedy night  tonight  at 6:30 p.m. titled “Promise You’ll Laugh”. The event is at the Legacy Theatre in Tyrone. A professional improvisational group from Atlanta will entertain the audience with 100 percent of the proceeds directly benefitting Promise Place. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available for purchase for $30 in advance or $35 at the door. For tickets please contact Paul Jones at 770-461-3839 ext 112  or at paul.jones@promiseplace.org. Sponsorship opportunities with advertising space included are also available through contacting Paul. Join us we look forward to laughing out loud with you at the first annual “Promise You’ll Laugh.”

The Fayette County Public Library and the Friends of the Fayette County Public Library welcome the community to the 16th Annual Blended Heritage Celebration, a free evening of performing arts entertainment at the Fayette County Public Library at 7 p.m. As always, the Blended Heritage Celebration is open to all, free of charge.
“Free to Be” is the unifying theme of this year’s event. The evening’s agenda includes poetry by Collin Kelly; vocal and instrumental music from such diverse artists as Gladius, Alesia Snipes Sanders, Al Guitar Breeze, Phil Frieder, and Chrystn White; storytelling and drumming by Jason Louder and company; and a little something extra to delight young and old alike. Seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

“Love Letters,” by A.R. Gurney is showing at the Newnan Community Theatre Company at 8 p.m. The play tells the story of the relationship between two people, troubled rich girl Melissa Gardner and the politically ambitions Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III. They are friends in childhood, and as their lives progress, they go off to different boarding schools, try their hands at romance, and go on with their lives. As in life, their paths cross again and again, and they do finally fall in love, but, again, as in life, their romance is interrupted. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased through the NTC website, www.newnantheatre.org, or via phone by calling 770-683-6282

March 1

The Fayette County Republican Party first Saturday breakfast/meeting is today at its headquarters at  174 Glynn St. In Fayetteville. Continental breakfast will be available for purchase at 8:30 a.m. The meeting begins at  9 a.m. The group will have a review and discussion of Fayette County’s district voting. Public Service Commissioner Candidate
Doug Kidd and Dr. Mary Kay Bacallao state Superintendent of Education candidate will speak. She will speak on the crucial issues facing the next  state school superintendent.

Today at 5 p.m. is the deadline for submitting poems to the 4th Annual Poetry Contest sponsored by the Friends of the Peachtree City Library. Prizes of $100 will be awarded in each of three categories: students in Grades 1—6; students in Grades 7—12; and adults. Winners and honorable mentions will be published in a book and will receive a copy of the book, which will also be sold on Amazon. Students may submit one poem without having to pay an entry fee; additional poems and entries by adults require a $10 entry fee. Additional rules apply, and will be sent along with the entry form. Entry forms are available at the library and on the web at www.peachtree-city.org/library

The PALS Pageant is today at 6 p.m. at 6 p.m. at Duke Auditorium at Starr’s Mill High School. The organization helps foster relationships between students with and without disabilities. Admission is free, although donations are accepted. For more information, visit www.smhaspals.webs.com.

Fayette County 4-H Camp registration is today.  Fayette County 4-H is already preparing for an awesome week of 4-H summer camp at Rock Eagle 4-H Center. This camp offers current 5th and 6th graders the chance to spend a week hiking, swimming, learning, playing, and having the time of their life.  Camp is at Rock Eagle 4-H Center on July 7 to 11 and the cost is $330.  Registration is from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Extension Office in the Stonewall Complex in Fayetteville.  Space is very limited and spots are assigned first come first serve!   More information on how to register and a camp video are available at  www.ugaextension.com/fayette/4H/ under camp on the right menu, or you can call the Fayette County Extension Office at 770-305-5412, ext.7.

The Southern Crescent Chorale will make their ninth appearance at Spivey Hall at 8 p.m.  The concert entitled “Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs” will feature many choral favorites including Wilberg’s “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, “Thompson’s “Alleluia,” Christiansen’s “Psalm 50” and a large number of spirituals including Moses Hogan’s “I Can Tell the World,” “We Shall Walk Through the Valley in Peace,” and “Wade in the Water.”  Other favorite spirituals include “My God Is A Rock,” “Ain’t Got Time to Die,” “Deep River,” and Ezekiel “Saw duh Wheel.”This concert will be presented in memory of Dr. Amy Adele Foster, gifted performer, educator and former accompanist for the Chorale.  She died on January 8th after a long battle with cancer. Tickets for the concert are $15 for adults and $7.50 for students and may be purchased from Spivey Hall. (www.spiveyhall.org or 678-466-4200).
For more information:  www.southerncrescentchorale.org or 770-716-1231.

Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Peachtree City is hosting a 5K and 2K Run today. Free Breakfast. Proceeds will benefit teens attending Catholic Heart Week and Amigos for Christ. If interested go to http://holytrinityptc.org/ for more information.

Piedmont Newnan Hospital, along with Piedmont Fayette Hospital, Piedmont Physicians and Piedmont Heart, will host its annual “Healthy Heart Fair” from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the Piedmont Francis Way location in Sharpsburg. Participants will be able to take advantage of free health screenings, including blood pressure, body mass index (BMI), cholesterol and glucose screenings, and they will also have the opportunity to consult with clinicians and hospital staff about disease prevention, fitness maintenance and tips to improve health and well-being. In addition, free healthy heart educational materials, fitness and cooking demonstrations will be provided by Live Better Coweta and Fayette. Registration is required for the free health screenings. To register, please call 877-527-3712.

“Love Letters,” by A.R. Gurney is showing at the Newnan Community Theatre Company at 8 p.m.The play tells the story of the relationship between two people, troubled rich girl Melissa Gardner and the politically ambitions Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III. They are friends in childhood, and as their lives progress, they go off to different boarding schools, try their hands at romance, and go on with their lives. As in life, their paths cross again and again, and they do finally fall in love, but, again, as in life, their romance is interrupted. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased through the NTC website, www.newnantheatre.org, or via phone by calling 770-683-6282.

March 2

“Love Letters,” by A.R. Gurney is showing at the Newnan Community Theatre Company at  3 p.m. and 8 p.m.The play tells the story of the relationship between two people, troubled rich girl Melissa Gardner and the politically ambitions Andrew Makepeace Ladd, III. They are friends in childhood, and as their lives progress, they go off to different boarding schools, try their hands at romance, and go on with their lives. As in life, their paths cross again and again, and they do finally fall in love, but, again, as in life, their romance is interrupted. Tickets are on sale now, and can be purchased through the NTC website, www.newnantheatre.org, or via phone by calling 770-683-6282

March 4

The Flat Creek Ladies Golf Association Welcome Breakfast is today. Join a lively group of women for 18 holes of golf on Tuesdays beginning March 4 with our “Welcome Breakfast” at 9 am at Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City.  Membership requirement are:
 Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) index of 40.4 or less
 Canongate membership in good standing
 $35 annual dues payable to Flat Creek Ladies Golf Association (FCLGA)
 Great enthusiasm
Tuesday Play Days begin March 11 and end Nov. 11 with 9 a.m. shotgun starts.  You are not required to play every single play date; only play as often as you wish to play. You may still join our group anytime during our 2014 season.  We always welcome teachers for the summer months.  For further information, please contact the Flat Creek Golf Shop at 770-487-8140.  They will forward your name to our membership chairman.

The Peachtree City Garden Club will host its monthly meeting today at The Bridge Community Center in Peachtree City. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. but attendees are encouraged to come at 9:30 a.m. for refreshments and fellowship. The topic for the meeting is:  “Favorite Deer-Resistant Plants.” Connie Cottingham, Publicity and Special Events Coordinator for the State Botanical Garden of Georgia will talk about her favorite deer-resistant plants to add to your garden. Guests are welcome. For more info, go to www.peachtreecitygardenclub.org.

March 7

St. Patrick’s Ballroom Dance Ball is from  7 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. Gym at Christ’s Church at Whitewater, 1577 Hwy. 85 South in Fayetteville. Stardust Ballroom Dance Club will host this event with free hour of dance lessons.  Dance, music & lighting will be presented by DJ Bill Mitchell. Cost of dance includes an hour of Salsa lessons by instructor Sondra Chan. Beginner lesson begins at 7 p.m. and intermediate at 7:30 p.m. Come to either or both lessons! Dance from 8:00 - 10:45 p.m. Attire is St. Patrick’s or smart casual. Light refreshments will be provided. All dancers and dance students are welcome! Foxtrot, waltz, swing, rumba, cha cha, tango, night club 2-step, slow dance & more! Location: Guest fee is $25 per couple; $15 per single. For more Information, visit StardustBallroomDanceClub.com or call Bobby Bunn at 770-584-3094 and leave a message.

March 8

The Metro South Regional Transition Council, an eight county collaborative (including Fayette) will host a Life After High School Conference and Expo for students with disabilities and their families today. The event will be at the Learning Center within the Griffin Spalding School System complex at 216 South 6th Street in Griffin, GA. Website:www.msrtcconference.weebly.com.

An AARP Drivers Safety Class is today at the Powell Library on Hospital Road in Newnan.  The class will teach defensive driving techniques and may just save you a pretty penny on car insurance!  The class is from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.   The cost of the class is $15 for AARP mbrs. and $20 for non mbrs. To register call 770-253-3625.  All attendees must bring your drivers license, AARP card if member and a brown bag lunch.

Run for the Gold is today at Oak Grove Elementary School. The warm-up begins at 7:30 a.m. and the 5K uns begin at 8 a.m., while the one mile walk steps off at 8:05 p.m.
All 5K run and 1-mile run/walk participants will receive a cotton T-shirt.  5K awards will be given to the top three male/female winners of each age group. Top male/female per grade level will receive awards for the one mile, as well as overall and masters. For more information, visit oges.org.

Our Genealogy Group will hold its annual All Day Workshop for Beginners from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This genealogy workshop for beginners is free, but you must RSVP. Only the first 50 are guaranteed a seat. Please RSVP to ourgenealogygroup@gmail.com. They will be unable to accommodate those who do not RSVP.  The workshop will be held  at Clayton State University in room UC265 of the James M. Baker University Center. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The first half of the day will feature speakers. After lunch the workshop will head across the hall to the Clayton State Library to utilize the free genealogy programs offered by the University. Attendees will also learn which of the programs are available to use free at home via the University website.

March 13

The Braelinn/Sara Harp Minter golf fundraiser is today at 9 a.m, at Whitewater Creek Country Club.Both elementary schools are co-hosting a golf fundraiser. Proceeds will go to  
The Leader in Me program that both schools wish to implement in the near   future. Leader in Me is a school wide initiative which supplements  
educational curriculum by teaching children the “Seven Habits of Highly Effective  
People.”
Sponsors and golfers welcome!
Contact: 770-365-5224
Visit us on Facebook:  Braelinn Sara Harp Minter or visit
www.saraharpminter.org. or www.braelinnelementary.org.

The Greater Fayette Republican Women’s Club will meet for lunch at 11:30 a.m. at Due South, 300 Clover Reach in Peachtree City. Jason Chitwood, a campaign consultant and assistant professor of political science at Georgia Military College-Fairburn, will be the guest speaker.  All interested Republicans are welcome.  For more information, please contact Debby Dickinson, 404-376-4132 or ptcdebby@bellsouth.net.

March 15

Wellspring Treasures
is celebrating  its 10 year anniversary
from noon to 3 p.m. at 116 Peachtree  East Shopping Center Eeet. Mary Frances Bowley, founder of Wellspring Living. Enjoy live entertainment with Judy Parker and Vivian Clifton. During celebration only shop storewide
and receive 15 percent off. Stay for drawings, door prizes,  gift baskets and refreshments.

The 8th Annual Newnan Jr. Service League Shamrock 5k/10k/Leprechaun Dash is today in downtown Newnan. Visit http://www.njslonline.org for paper registration form and more information or register online at www.active.com before March 12.
Email questions to: njslshamrockrun@yahoo.com or call Kristi Mundt at 404-272-0517.

March 16

Peachtree City Seventh-day Adventist Church at 4957 Hwy. 34 East in Sharpsburg, will have a free community outreach health fair from 11a.m.-4p.m. featuring 20 or more exhibitors. There is something for everyone including participating in the
American Red Cross blood drive in the Family Life Center. Please make an appointment at www.redcrossblood.org Free salad bar lunch will be offered.
For more information email nancale@aol.com.

March 18

Pyke & Associates, P.C., Attorneys at Law will be conducting free seminars on the basics of estate planning.  These seminars will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Peachtree City March 18 and March 20 from noon to 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. both days. A catered meal will be served 30 minutes before the seminars. For more information, call 770-507-2500 ext.2 or www.cpyke.com.

The Fayette Master Gardeners Association will be meeting today at 11 a.m. the Fayette County Public Library. The speaker is Walter Reeves and the public is welcome to attend.

March 22

Robert J. Burch Elementary will be having its fourth annual Burch Bear Tracks today at 8 a.m. and includes Tot Trot, Mile Fun Run, and a 5K race. The primary goal for this event is to promote health and wellness through fitness as well as raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) in their effort to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. The secondary goal is to fund Burch’s running club in which hundreds of students participate. Entry fee is $15 per participant; registration forms can be picked up at Burch Elementary or accessed online at www.burchbears.org.

March 29

The fifth annual Breast Cancer 1-Day Walk is today. This year’s walk will be 3.7 miles around Lake Peachtree City beginning at Drake Field. A Hollywood theme with lots of fun
and entertainment is planned. Check-in at 8:30 a.m., opening ceremonies at 9 a.m. and the  walk begins at 10 a.m. To sign up go to www.bc1daywalk.org
or call the local office at 770-487-4396.

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Only two calls yesterday. One hang up, one phony mortgage company scam call. Ahhhh, back to normal. Love it.

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Country Gardens

Made a business loan for improvements then got snagged by the economic downturn. stopped by a few years ago just before they closed and turned the property over to the lender.Really hated to see them go.

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Hey gang,

Be careful while on the road as there are some real crazies out there.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGZDbkbOLI4

That includes the bloke in the black Coupe de Ville from Pennsylvania that decided that he was far too important to merge earlier as his lane played-out on US 331 just before the Choctawhatchee Bay bridge this morning. Thank goodness I had the trailer brakes on the ready. What a moron!!

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I hope you are okay.

Yep, the maroons are out, fer sure.

Two golf carts and a truck stuck IN Lake Peachtree mud flats today. I don't know what the count is up to, but I know of 3 carts and a truck so far....

On an even sadder note, did you hear about the 4 seniors from Newnan High who wrapped a black Mitsubishi Eclipse around a tree yesterday? Two are in critical condition. Would have graduated tonight. Just hope for a miracle, I guess. And many prayers.

oops, posted in wrong spot

Champion Red Sox are at Turner Field today and tomorrow to play the Braves. Woo hooo!

contributed mightily to the Braves treasury today.

Just to watch Big Papi do his thing, priceless!!

to witness before I take that big jet ride in the sky. Let me see now.

Get to see a beautiful church being built over on Ebenezer. Check

Get to see the Red Sox show these new Braves how a World Champion team wins so that they can do the same, again, someday soon. Check

Get to see a lake turn into a wetlands in 3 short months. Check

Get to watch an airport runway be extended and paved next week. While in a golf cart. With a golf course behind me. And a 650 acre, 12 month old lake over my shoulder. Check check check check

Life in Peachtree City. Priceless

at Peach State Aerodrome in Williamson. $10.00 per car parking. Click on link and scroll down the page:

http://www.peachstateaero.com/

doing live talk show at Shakerag Knoll..bring your lawn chairs and questions.

[quote]Just couldn't resist could you? Even in an obit blog you had to

slide in one of your usual little tidbits.

"Many families who returned "home" after fleeing the South in the 40's owe Mr. Dunham a ton of gratitutde for his ethics, dignity and perservence (whatever that is)-heavily endowed with love for all."

A low even for you. Mr. Dunham was an honorable and ethical man with dignity and perserverance and he showed all these attributes to one and all. I think he would probably resent your adding in your little snide remark. Shame on you.[/quote]

Another sample of Mytimites lack of class ?__ to even post this on a blog that honors such a wonderful person. You are a little too young to carry any guilt about the flight of blacks from the south in the 40?__s.. I was directed by a prominent clergyman (white) to go and talk with Mr, Dunham. With your usual lack of comprehension ?__ you used the same words I used to honor him, but because those words come from the mouth of a ?__black?__ woman, they are snide?

You are sick ?__ bless your heart.

FYI:

per??se??ver??ance

?_p?_rs?_?_vi(?_)r?_ns/

noun

noun: perseverance

1. steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success."his perseverance with the technique illustrates his single-mindedness"

2. synonyms: 3. persistence, tenacity, determination, staying power, indefatigability, steadfastness, purposefulness

memory served you better you would remember that I am anything but too young to remember--older than you. It was not the words you used to honor that fine gentleman but the fact that you had to throw that in about the blacks 'fleeing in the 40's which had nothing whatsoever to do with Mr. Nub and in that way dishonored him.

P.S. I know the meaning of perserverance and I actually do know how to spell it also. But of course your spelling in your first post was only a typing error in your rush to get your remark posted, as it always is when you make an error but when someone else does you love to jump in and correct them. Just giving you a taste of your own medicine.

and many families who remained in the south; served in WWII, and maintained a loving attitude towards all Americans is taught in many 'black' homes. It was their effort and PERSERVERANCE that made returning 'home' a reality. You have nothing to give me. I'm proud to be who I am; I'm proud of the citizens of Fayette County; I'm proud to be an American. In the 40's , even if you're older than I am, we were too young to realize why there was The Great Migration. It is a part of history. It is a reality - and I for one, celebrate the progress that has been made since then. If you feel referring to progress regarding American history is 'snide' - that is your right. Bless your heart.

You can't even get his name right--and you wonder why your sincerity is doubted?

He's at it again...6 more weeks of this....arggghhhh!

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Just got mine for today, makes you want to vote for the other guy doesn't it? It's still early though, we'll start getting calls from Marty Harbin too. Hmm....maybe I vote for the one that contacts me in person! You know to discuss positions on issues, or maybe he comes knocking on my door.

Guess we can count that out.

door knocking is a thing of the past just about everywhere now, except maybe a really small town where you know all your neighbors. Most everywhere now, no one even answers their door when someone knocks, unless they are expecting someone. You are right, it sure would make for better elections.

Well, we know now no winner in NY today. 9 millions bucks in bets on him and California Chrome loses. Did you see Frank Sinatra Jr. singing New York New York? We now know what old blue eyes would have looked like without the toupee.

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about that.

No, I didn't have a chance to watch the race today, it's always the long one that brings them down. Horses aren't raised to be long haulers these days, just sprinters. It take a really remarkable animal to win the Triple Crown,looks like we'll have to wait a little longer to see this once more before we die.

Do you remember when Frank Jr. was kidnapped? If my memory serves me one local Atlanta hotel played a role in that, but can't remember exactly as it was the early 60's. I think the captured the guys that did it here or something like that.

vaguely hearing about it, but since I am now heading into my own early 60's, it was a little before my time. Growing up, my father, (who was Irish) idolized the Kennedys, as did just about all the Irish. He never liked Sinatra due to that mafia/rat pack connection to the 3 brothers so Sinatra was never a fave in our family. However, I do remember him belting out some of his tunes in the shower. Funny how we remember little stuff like that. Even funnier is how he thought he sounded just like him...in the shower.

Anyhow, my niece owns a thoroughbred and when I see those skinny legs on top of those huge torsos and necks, I always think these creatures were never built to run like they do in these races. Those legs just look so undersized for what they have to carry, then add a rider on top and all that equipment, and, well, I just kinda feel sorry for them. I used to go to the track up north and place some bets, but left it all at the track usually. No fun in that so I gave it up.

His message sealed the deal.

right now...what ya all looking at, anyways?

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It's 10:41 and 67 are online.

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That's more like it. I mean what is this some side show, or what? (51 now)

I never asked, as these freekin' politics get in the way, but did you catch any big ones on your trip and did you ever get the house finished? See the 300 pounder I caught last week? I'm all tuckered out.

Choctoowawhatchi bridge? Is that some gift from the Punjabi peoples?

Oh Cy, by the by, you don't have to type in the time. Cal's Timex does that for us. I mean, you can if you really want to, but really, you don't have to.:)

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Fish'n wasn't that good this year. A few jacks, one tiny Spanish Mackerel, some lady fish. I suspect it had something to do was the big flood that Destin had around the last part of April. I did catch a Cobia in the surf which was different.

Anyways, I'm local for a while but may have to jet out to Hong Kong and look at a Rolls Royce engine facility.

Oh, about your avatar?_?..it could be said that you are "bottom fishing". :-)

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think I was the one on the right? That is me on the left. Guess you could call it bottom fishing. Just kidding. The avatar is going away soon.

Have you ever eaten at Randy's Donuts? One of my nieces just graduated from Univ. of Az. and is moving to San Diego with her girlfriend. She said she needs to "rest her brain" after all that studying. Oh, brother...

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You betcha!!!

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Very rare occurrence. The last full moon on Friday June 13th (aka honey moon) was on Jun 13, 1919 and will not happen again till June 13, 2098.

Great night for a swim!

Sounds good. Have fun.

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Are you working or playing in Biloxi?

BTW, I will enjoy my award, tank u veddy much.

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The boss wanted to go?_?so it was play.

Seen Vicki Lawrence. Good show.

Biloxi on a Friday night?_?.that's where all the Waffle House waitress go to gamble.

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How fun.

Waitress tips....no better way to spend them. No sense in cluttering up the double wide.

Good memories of Biloxi--went to a 2 week school at the Air Force Base there, had class from 6am til noon--rest of the day to wander & play! Remember a restaurant at the end of a pier and a great whole grilled flounder for lunch! Also seafood places that would invite you in to demonstrate technique for eating mudbugs (crawfish) and let you sample all you wanted! Great experience!

Party hearty on Main St. Saturday the 5th 11am-9pm, then move into the Social Club till 2am.

8 bands

free shuttles from Stars Mill Academy

no cover

no problem

http://www.senoiasocial.com/

Rockaway Rd. will be just that...Rock A WAY!!

Got to give him credits for effort. He was campaigning door to door in my hood today. I was out at the park with kid2. He wanted to place a sign in my yard, but wife1 told him to come back and ask me first. Wife1 did say that mrs Studdard was working harder than Mr. Studdard.

Marty better not expect to win based on the May primary. Better get going soon.

The very same Studdard who stood up to leave the BOC meeting last week and Barlow bellowed out (in the middle of the meeting, mind you) for him to sit down and gave him his political endorsement of him right in the middle of the BOC meeting? (Did you not see that?)

The very same Studdard who whizzed in the parking lot in the town square?

The very same Studdard who had his mother doing nonstop robocalls day and night?

Yes, Marty you should be afraid, very afraid.

How many wives do you have, daddyo?

I'll have to pull it up and watch it later. Theatrics with endorcement. We don't need an arts building. Just check out the city/county meetings.

Only 1 wife. I got the best. Just like to tease her.

= b-o-r-i-n-g...zzzzzz

I know, go ahead and tell me how exciting it is.

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It's over. Germany reigns supreme.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGU1P6lBW6Q

Caution - The Surgeon General has determined that constant blogging is an addiction that can cause a sedentary life style.

Almost 2 hours.....just pick that freekin' ball up, tuck it under your arm and run that puppy into that cage, got it?

I need your song to replace my 20 year old clock radio alarm that is dying but I refuse to throw away cuz my hand and arm know just where to go and what to do in the dark to shut it off when I am really in a deep sleep but have to wake up before I fall back asleep again...thanks, I needed that. Great song.:)

It's 3:05 and I just got the 4th campaign call today for Studdard on my home phone. We are getting at least 2 a day, even when we don't pick up. Earlier today I told the campaign worker that I would vote for whoever opposed Studdard, even if it was Hillary Clinton and stop calling me. Another campaign worker quoting the exact same pre-written dialog regarding "republican survey" for Studdard just called again. Good luck to whoever is running against him, you have my vote!

It is nuts.

Luckily I was running an errand. Wife spoke to him and told him he would have to talk to me about a yard sign he wanted to post.

Her comment to me was that his wife was working harder than he was.

Yes, she was right. She is working harder. Sheila is now robocalling. Not just once. She has just called twice....in the last 3 minutes.

I'm supposed to vote for him because he's got an A rating on a rifle. Lol

Per his/her message...make it stop....

Maybe she STUTTERD!....

Just endorsed Marty.

I won't vote for Stuttered because Barlows got a man crush for him.

Not really. Just don't think he's a good apple.

For Perdue or Kingston or undecided just now.

For the second time in less than 2 weeks, there has been a woman on her golf cart, with her old man sitting idly watching, feeding the ducks and geese. This is no ordinary bring the kids and throw a few pieces of stale bread feeding.

Golf cart #10303, whoever is riding you around, tell this wacko woman to stop. The large bucket on the back of the cart with multiple large bowls that she uses to scoop out and throw and dump this pellet food to all the fowl in the area has created....you fill in the blank. Yesterday, she had over 50 fowl following her around in one small area. On the banks, in the water, she is throwing this everywhere. Yesterday, there was a young mother with her toddler watching all this thinking it was just the cat's meow, and the toddler reached down and picked up the poop and put in her mouth. Mommy dearest was too busy watching the ducks to notice till after the little one's hand went in her mouth. Not to mention they were standing in it, too.

Let's review the germs the waste causes shall we? E. coli, Salmonella, Campylobacter, and Cryptosporidium, to name a few.

She doesn't stop in one spot, either. Travels along the path in the cart, stops and dumps this feed wherever she sees a fowl. Which, of course, brings the rest of the fowl family out for the feast.

We do not need a ferocious flock of feathery fowl on the Fourth. Finished.

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Community

Historic Hopeful Church
As part of the community restoration of historic Hopeful Church in Fayette County, the church is getting a new hand-split shake roof installed by Ellison Roofing.

Sports

The Starr’s Mill track team traveled to Florida this past weekend to compete in the Disney High School Track and Field Showcase. Both the boys and girls teams won first place.

Lifestyle

Calling all bargain hunters. Visit over 50 yard sales in one location at the Annual Spring Yard Sale on Saturday, April 4, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.