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July 23, 2003 RSS feed / Religion

Friendship Baptist holds recent VBS session

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Vacation Bible School was held at Friendship Baptist Church in Vineland July 7-11. The average attendance for the week was 120. The VBS theme was Son Harvest County Fair and everyone enjoyed learning about the fruit of the spirit. More...

AL-ANON meets every Thursday

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THOMASVILLE  More...

Autrey siblings graduate from college

Scott Hunter Autrey and Kimberly Ann Autrey, son and daughter of Charles Raymond and Phyllis Autrey of Sunny South, both graduated from college in June. More...

Granny Staying Busy In Butter Bean Patch

Eunice Drinkard More...

Sunday School Attendance

Pineview Baptist Church Men

Ben Pugh, Fred Hinson, Edward Pugh, Cordell Hutto, Frank Jackson, Clarence Newton, Winston Parden, Harrell Blakeney, Marcus Champion and Joe Clayton, teacher. More...

Church Calendar

Benefit singing to be held for Jr. Snodgrass

There will be a benefit singing for Jr. Snodgrass who has been sick with cancer on July 26 at Hoboken Baptist Church. Featured singers are the Revelators. More...

THS to hold orientation July 28

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Welcome back to school. Some things about school never change - lockers, teachers, books, report cards, homework, clubs and athletic games. However, some things do change - new friends, new teachers, and most importantly, new opportunities. More...

Historical Society to meet Sunday in GH

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GROVE HILL  More...

Legion meets on third Thursdays

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THOMASVILLE  More...

Plans being made for Thomasville Reunion

THOMASVILLE  More...

Deadline nears for conservation program

The Clarke County Soil & Water Conservaton District will take applications on Monday, July 14, 2003 through Friday, July 25, 2003 for the Alabama Resource Conservation Program to allocate cost-share funds for Program Year 2004. More...


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