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Religion Briefs 05/26/10

FFC to host cookout May 30
Fayette Family Church will host its Memorial Day Annual Cook-Out Sunday, May 30, from 5 - 9 p.m. at the church, 1729 Highway 54 West, Fayetteville. There will be a live DJ with karaoke competition, clown ministry, inflatable bouncers, volleyball, horseshoes and 3-on-3 basketball competition. There is no charge. For more info, email contact or call 770-461-6235.

Gospel music, barbecue dinner set for Sunday
National Heights Baptist Church invites the public to a special service of gospel music followed by a barbecue pork and chicken dinner this Sunday, May 30. The service begins at 10:55 a.m. National Heights is on the corner of Ga. Highway 54 and Old Norton Rd., across from Sandy Creek Road.

Dogwood will offer C3 Winshape
C3 WinShape, “The Ultimate Daycamp Experience,” will be offered at Dogwood Church in Tyrone July 26-30 for children who have completed first grade through those who have completed sixth grade. For information, call 770-487-6691 or visit the website,

Faith Lutheran will host soccer camp
Faith Lutheran on Fischer Road in Sharpsburg will host a four-day soccer camp for children ages 4-13, June 21-24, from 9 a.m. to noon each day. Camp will conclude with a Soccer Sunday barbecue and festival on June 27. Coaches include Tara Minnax, professional soccer player for the Atlanta Silverbacks.To register, visit


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As the nation celebrates its independence, it is possible that we are more divided as a country that at any time since the War Between the States.


A program titled “Water Wise Plants” is scheduled for Wednesday, July 15, 1-2 p.m. at Fayette Senior Services’ Peachtree City location (The Gathering Place, 203 McIntosh Trail).


The Hurricane Junior Golf Tour traveled to Senoia June 6-7 for the Canongate Series #4. The Canongate Seminole Course played excellent host to two very competitive rounds of junior golf.


The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to help offset a seasonal decline in donations and prevent a shortage this summer by giving blood.