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(baritone) of Claxton, andChad Brown (lead) of Patter-son. No admission is required.A love offering will be takenduring the service. For moreinformation, you can contactFirst Baptist Church at 912-462-5749.
Grace Community Churchof God in Hoboken will holdrevival beginning on Sundaywith Sunday school at 10 a.m.,service at 11 a.m. and Sundaynight at 6 p.m. and will con-tinue Monday, May 10 throughFriday, May 14 at 7 p.m. nightly.The speaker will be BrotherLarry Richards.
Souls for Jesus
Piedmont Okefenokee BaptistAssociation will hold “S” Night,Souls for Jesus, on Mondayfrom 7-9 p.m. at Second BaptistChurch. Refreshments servedin social hall from 6:15-6:55 p.m.
Waynesville Primary School iscurrently registering childrenfor 2010- 2011 Kindergartenclasses. If you have a child whowill be five (5) years old on orbefore September 1 of this yearhe/she will need to register forKindergarten, unless currentlyenrolled in Waynesville Pre-K.Please call the school office(778-3068) to schedule yourappointment. Kindergartenscreening dates are Mondaythrough Wednesday.
Nahunta Primary School iscurrently registering childrenfor the 2010-2011 Kindergartenclasses. If you have a childwho will be five years old on orbefore September 1 of this yearhe/she will need to be regis-tered for Kindergarten, unlesscurrently enrolled in Pre-K.Please call Susan at NahuntaPrimary School to registeryour child – 462-5179. Ourscreenings will be held Mondayand Tuesday at Nahunta Pri-mary School.
The YMCA of Waycross willhold a parent-tot swim lessonsclass for ages: 6 months to 3years ages on Monday, Wednes-day and Friday at 5 p.m. Thecost is: $65 members and $50non-members.
Bryant Johnson will performclassic rock music on Thursday,May 13 from 6-8 p.m. at theBrantley County Library.
Lake Wares Annual Kids Fish-ing Day will be held on Satur-day, May 15 from 8 a.m. to 11:30p.m. Any child up to the ageof 16 accompanied by an adultcan participate. Hot dogs anddrinks will be served at 11:30p.m. For more information callHerbert Boyd at 912-283-3865with any questions.
The Waycross Service Leaguewill hold Pirates, Princesses &Pals on Saturday, May 15 from8:30-10:30 a.m. at Kettle CreekChurch, 2523 Carswell Ave.,Waycross. Dress up in yourfavorite costume and come eatbreakfast with your favorite“pals”. Prices are: 1 and underfree, 2-11 $5, 12 and older $7.Tickets can be purchased atOsburn Studio, 912-338-0150.
The Satilla Community Ser-vices Board will hold its nextBoard meeting on Thursday,May 20 at 6 p.m. in the BoardRoom located at 1007 MaryStreet, Waycross. For moreinformation, please contact La-Cretia Gassem at 912-449-7101
The Families of Hamon Barberand James Everett “Rube” Bar-ber, sons of Everett Obadiah“Chubb” Barber, will hold areunion on Saturday, May 22 at12 p.m. at Odadiah’s Okefenokon Swamp Road in Waycross.Lunch will be held in the pavil-ion. This will be a covered dishlunch so bring your favoritedishes, tea or coke, and servingutensils for your dishes. Paperproducts will be furnished.For more information, pleasecontact Herbert Barber at912-449-6432 or Sonny Barber at912-778-4683.
The Brantley County Class of 1980 will hold their 30th yearClass Reunion on Saturday,May 22 at 5 p.m. at Twin OaksPark in Schlatterville. Formore information please callTina Clem Walker at 912-462-7125 or 912-286-1613 or leavea message for Alisa AltmanPeeples at 912-462-5955.
Jay Sweat and Travis Thirftwill perform oldies music onThursday, May 27 from 6-8 p.m.at the Brantley County Library.
The Summer Coed League inHortense is looking for teams(church and open). For moreinformation contact FrancesSloan at 473-2302 or RhondaLee at 579-2340.
Hoboken Elemetary is holdingKindergarten registration. If you have a child who will befive (5) years old on or beforeSeptember 1 of this year he/she will need to be registeredfor Kindergarten, unless cur-rently enrolled in their Pre-k.Paperwork is needed in orderto be registered. Please callthe school office at 458-2135 formore information.
The Chamber of Commerceis accepting nominations forCitizen of the Year, Businessof the Year and Farmer of the Year. For forms or moreinformation call Tim Sawyerat 462-5166, Ruby Ann Sawyerat 462-6957 or Linda Harris at462-5131 ext. 1151.
The 30th annual Robert Sappbaseball camp is acceptingapplications for its summersessions to be held at MalloryPark on St. Simons and atNorth Glynn Park in Bruns-wick on Monday, June 7 - Fri-day, June 11, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.for boys ages 7-14. For moreinformation or brochures callJimmy Brown at 912-267-6724 orRobert Sapp at 770-287-3309 oremail email@example.com visit www.robertsappbase-ballcamp.com.
The Friends of the Library willbe selling birthday calendarsagain this year. We’ll belooking for 12 photographsof Brantley County that willbe featured each month. Bea part of this fundraiser bysubmitting your photos of our beautiful area. Landscapeshots only, no people. Photosmust be submitted in a 4x6format and can be dropped off at the library or mailed to P.O.Box 1090 Nahunta, GA., 31553.There is no age limit and thedeadline for photo submissionis July 31. For additional infor-mation, contact the library @912-462-5454.
Cedar Lounge will hold a pooltournament every Saturday at3:30 p.m. For more informationcall 462-5741.
The Atkinson Church of Godof Prophecy is starting anHispanic Church. For moreinformation call Javier Rosalesat 912-269-0733, Rowdy Euniceat 912-223-0464, or the church at778-3226. The church is locatedin Atkinson Community nextto Atkinson Pawn.
Kidz Kountry Day Care andLearning Center is now accept-ing enrollment in its 2010-2011Pre-K Program. If your childwill be 4 years of age on or be-fore September 1, 2010, you maypick up an enrollment packetMonday through Friday from 6a.m. until 6 p.m. Kidz Kountryis located on Highway 82 inWaynesville. For more informa-tion come by or call 778-5434.
Precious Stages is accept-ing applications for Pre-kenrollment for the 2010-2011school year. Your child mustbe four years old on or beforeSeptember 1, 2010 in order tobe eligible for Pre-k. For infor-mation call 462-7151.
The Brantley County Pre-Kin-dergarten Program is accept-ing applications for enrollmentfor the 2010-2011 school year.Your child must be four yearsold on or before September 1,2010 in order to be eligible forPre-k. Registration packetsmay be picked up at the schooloffices in Hoboken, Nahuntaand Waynesville. Enrollmentis limited.
Lake Ware will hold a BBQ cookoff on Friday, October15 and Saturday, October 16.Brunswick stew competitionon Friday night and cookoff onSaturday. For more informa-tion, suggestions or questionscall 912-283-3865. Vendor formsand fees are available uponrequest.
An account has been set-up atthe Heritage Bank in Nahuntafor Amy Schultze for dona-tions to help with her medicalbills and expenses. Amy hada stroke on December 9 and isrecovering at home.
Southeast Singles will hold linedancing classes every Mondayat 6:30 p.m. at Norman’s Musicroom. For more informationcall Betty at 285-5024, Nancyat 281-6026, Faye at 458-2267,Marva at 281-0535 or Olive Grif-fin at 283-9607.
Adult ed schedule
Brantley County Adult Educa-tion’s hours are Tuesday andThursday, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. and4 – 9 p.m. As soon as a new fulltime instructor is selected, thecenter will return to a full timeschedule. If you have any ques-tions, please call 912-462-7923 orOkefenokee Technical College912-287-6580.
The Brantley County Chamberof Commerce will hold theirmeetings on the third Wednes-day at 12 p.m. of every month.For more information callTim Sawyer at 462-6282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brantley County Head Start iscurrently accepting applica-tions for the current programyear. This is a free comprehen-sive, federal preschool programfor eligible children ages 3-4.For more information call(912) 462-6552 or visit the centerat 470 Bryan Street, Suite A,Nahunta.
The Brantley County Histori-cal & Preservation Society, Inc.will hold writing workshops atthe Confederate Park Libraryeach Wednesday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., until further notice, tohelp those who are writingstories for the books, Story of Brantley County, Vol. 2 and theConfederate book. For moreinformation contact Dorothy J.Thomas at Djt1927@aol.com.
Southeast Singles will holdtrivia Tuesdays at Applebeesat 9 p.m. For more informationcall Nancy at 281-6026, Beverlyat 387-5142 or Marva at 281-0535.
The hardback cookbookspublished by the local chapterof the United Daughters of theConfederacy are now availableat the Brantley County libraryat a cost of $12. For more infor-mation, contact Karen Harrellat 462-8483.
Southeast singles will walk ev-ery Monday and Wednesday atthe YMCA track in Waycross at6:30 p.m. For more informationcall Nancy at 281-6026, Beverlyat 387-5142 or Marva at 281-0535.
The Satilla Community Mis-sion in Hortense is open everyWednesday from 5-7 p.m., orin case of an emergency callany of the three names listedbelow, and they will meet youat the mission. The missiondoes take money, but we wouldprefer a check made out toSatilla Baptist Church, and onthe memo put for Satilla Com-munity Mission. If you haveany questions please feel freeto call Pastor Daniel Harris at912-237-1000, Bud Jones at 912-462-6397 or John Terwilleger at912-579-9926.
Liberty’s Mercy Mission beopen for service every otherThursday, serving a differentvariety of food at 12 p.m. Theclothes closet will open from 10a.m. to 4 p.m. on the same day.Liberty Lighthouse WorshipCenter sponsors the missionlocated in the social hall of thechurch, located three milessouth of Nahunta off US 301.For more information or dona-tions, please call 462-8488.
GeorgiaCares, a local part-nership with the Division of Aging Services, is designed toeducate and help seniors anddisabled persons under age 65sort through the complexitiesof Medicare and related healthinsurance concerns. Theircounselors are non-biased andour services are free. For help,call 1-800-669-8387.
The Waynesville VFD has beenawarded Mini Grant and hasavailable technical assistanceand educational materials toreduce the number of fatalitieson Georgia’s roads. Materi-als include child restraints toparents who meet financialeligibility. For more informa-tion about protecting yourchild from preventable injuries,contact Tonya Whitworth at912-322-2935 or tonyaCPST@yahoo.com.
Brantley County NeighborsHelping Neighbors is currentlyaccepting donations for sickchildren, cancer patients, andfamilies in need. Some of thesick children have requestedchihuahua puppies, talkingbirds, etc. Any donation willbe greatly appreciated. Pleasecontact Ronnie Jacobs at 462-5214, Pat Tompkins at 462-7443,or Mert Dowling at 462-5455 formore information.
OREMC offers safety and en-ergy efficiency programs anddemonstrations to schools andcommunity and civic organiza-tions in our service area. Theirenergy efficiency experts canoffer tips that will help yousave electricity and stretchyour budget. If you are inter-ested scheduling a programfor your group, please contactour office at 912 462-5131 or 800-262-5131 and talk with CraigMuchison (ext. 1147), DavidSmith (ext. 3319) or Linda Har-ris (ext. 1151).
Neighbors Helping Neighborshas a clothes closet available at135 Florida Avenue, Nahunta.Please call Rev. Jimmy andBarbara Bryant at 462-6340 foran appointment.
SEGA MAMa’s meet onTuesdays and Thursdays from6 -8:30 p.m. All coping skillsand life skills classes are onan 8 week rotation the topicschange but they are all faithbased. The charge for theclasses are $5 per topic. TheMonday night classes “Over-comers, A Daily Choice” willmeets from 7 - 8:30 p.m. and thecost is $16.
Waynesville Baptist is in needof clothes and shoes of all sizesfor their clothes closet. Thecloset is open every Tuesdayfrom 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
The American CherokeeConfederacy of Georgia is ac-cepting members with 1/16 ormore of Indian heritage. Youdon’t have to be just Cherokee,as long as you don’t belong toanother tribe or organization.For more information contactthe American Cherokee Con-federacy Tribal Office 619 PineCone Road, Albany, Georgia31705 or call 229-787-5722.
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