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Shirley Joyce Cline Pontius, 79

Shirley Joyce Cline Pontius, 79, died July 4, 2014.

She was born May 27, 1935 in Akron, Ohio. She was a graduate of Garfield High School, Firestone Park. She was a homemaker.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Harold Lesley Cline and Irene Kimes Cline, who died in 1983, and her husband of 54 years, Paul E. Pontius, who died June 30, 2014.

Her survivors include a daughter, Leslie and Mark Patterson, grandchildren, Jared Patterson and Kyle Patterson, all of Akron, and a sister, Carolyn Cline Cary, Fayetteville, Ga., nieces and nephews. Read More»

KPTCB branches out from recycling to cart path litter patrol; volunteers log 18K hours a year

KPTCB Director Al Yougel helps organize the manpower to empty trash cans on the cart paths and keep the paths clean, along with running recycling operations. Photo/Bonnie Hester.

By Bonnie Hester
Intern to The Citizen

The nonprofit agency Keep PTC Beautiful has recently taken on a larger role within Peachtree City.

The organization, a chapter of Keep America Beautiful, is dedicated to controlling litter and reducing waste throughout the community. In late April of this year, it began fulfilling a contract with the city to empty and maintain the trash receptacles located along the city’s 98 miles of cart paths. Read More»

New PTC Rotary president installed

New PTC Rotary president installed

The Rotary Club of Peachtree City has a new president. Outgoing president Amy Leuenberger (L) passes the gavel to incoming president Ed Outlaw at a recent club meeting. Photo/Special.

Veterans ready for July 4th parade

Veterans ready for July 4th parade

Who better than a veteran to hand out American flags on the 4th of July? As is their tradition, all five military veterans groups in Fayette County are banding together to distribute thousands of American flags during the Peachtree City 4th of July Parade. The flags are made in America and represent the financial commitment of our veterans to patriotism in our community. Read More»

God’s picture of success Is different

Dr. David L. Chancey's picture

George Barnard Shaw said, “There are two sources of unhappiness in life. One is not getting what you want; the other is getting it.”

America is obsessed with success. We work hard to get what we want. From the early days of our youth, we are encouraged to compete to be number one, whether it’s winning the spelling bee or ranking at the top of our graduating class. Setting our minds on a goal and driving until we reach that goal makes us a success, we think. Success is a destination. Read More»

St. Paul Lutheran will welcome new pastor this Sunday

St. Paul Lutheran Church will welcome its new pastor, Paul Stark, with a combined service on July 6 at 10 a.m. The service will serve to welcome Stark as well as to celebrate the Fourth of July.

A family picnic will follow the service at 11:30.

Chef Preble will prepare hot dogs, hamburgers, and all sides.

Other features will include a 12-foot water slide, large bounce house, snow cone machine, face painting for the kids along with water balloon toss and egg toss, and other competitive games.

A kickball game will begin at 12:15 and field games will begin at 1 p.m.. Read More»

Holy rollers

Seated (L-R) are: Rayna Dickerson, Newnan; Aiden Northrup, Senoia; Lila and Jocelyn McGee, Peachtree City; Rebecca and Chris Northrup, Senoia; Tori Epps, Senoia; Ruth Dickinson, Sharpsburg; and Angela Northrup, Senoia. Standing (L-R) are: Joy and Seth McGee, Peachtree City; Robert Lowrie, Sharpsburg;  Jackie Epps, Senoia; Mackenzie Bond-McGee, Newnan; Isaac and Peyton Epps, Senoia; and David and Isaac Dickinson, Sharpsburg. Photo/Special.

A number of youth and sponsors from Christ the King Church, Sharpsburg, enjoyed a night of roller skating and laser tag at the Starlight Skating Rink in Newnan recently. Seated (L-R) are: Rayna Dickerson, Newnan; Aiden Northrup, Senoia; Lila and Jocelyn McGee, Peachtree City; Rebecca and Chris Northrup, Senoia; Tori Epps, Senoia; Ruth Dickinson, Sharpsburg; and Angela Northrup, Senoia. Standing (L-R) are: Joy and Seth McGee, Peachtree City; Robert Lowrie, Sharpsburg; Jackie Epps, Senoia; Mackenzie Bond-McGee, Newnan; Isaac and Peyton Epps, Senoia; and David and Isaac Dickinson, Sharpsburg. Read More»

Religion Briefs 07/02/14

Family history class is tonight
The Fayetteville Family History Lab will present a lesson on Military Record Sources of the United States Wednesday, July 2 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 2021 Redwine Road. The class is free, but an RSVP is appreciated. Email questions and responses to ffhlab@gmail.com.

FFUMC music camp starts next week Read More»

Jimenez-Harris engagement

Kimberly Ann Jiménez engaged to Christopher Michael Harris

Obed Jiménez and Marcia Crespo of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, are pleased to announce the engagement & upcoming wedding of their daughter Kimberly Ann Jiménez to Christopher Michael Harris, son of Michael and Vicki Harris of Peachtree City, Ga.

Kimberly is a 2008 graduate of Western Adventist Academy (Puerto Rico). She studied Pre-Nutrition at Antillean Adventist University in Puerto Rico as well as Nutrition & Dietetics at Life University in Atlanta, Ga. Kimberly is the founder/owner of Kimberley Ann Jiménez, a firm that specializes in Social Media Marketing. Read More»

Stevens 50th anniversary

Richard and Barbara Stevens

Richard (Dick) and Barbara Stevens, of Fayetteville, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a vacation to Adare Manor in Limerick, Ireland. They were married on June 20, 1964, by the Rev. Edwin Endicott at Trinity United Methodist Church in Van Wert, Ohio.

Dick retired in 2001 from Chrysler Corporation after a 35 year career. Barbara retired in 2012 from Heritage Bank after a career in the banking industry. They have resided in Fayetteville since 1992. They are members of Harp’s Crossing Baptist Church. Read More»

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