Spalding and Fayette County Farm Bureau Safety Day is Tuesday July 15th. The public is invited to attend special programs at the University of Georgia Griffin Campus at the Pavilion. Kids 8-13 years of age are encouraged to attend and learn about snake safety, water safety, electrical safety, stranger danger, ATV safety, and more. For more information call 770-228-2341
Barry Wagner, vice President of Ezra International, author, preacher, and television host will be the guest speaker at East Griffin Baptist Church on Sunday July 20th on High Falls Road in Griffin. Barry will discuss God’s plan and purposes for the Jewish people and the nation of Israel. East Griffin Baptist Church invites you to be a part of this important service.
It’s time for Shingleroof Campmeeting 2014 in McDonough July 18th through the 24th!
Shingleroof Campmeeting – great preaching, special music, and activities for children. Friday July 18th through Thursday July 24th with service times at 11 am and 7:45 pm each day. Plus a FREE ice cream social on July 21st following the evening service.
You are invited to the first ever Storytelling Festival at historic Indian Springs.
July 26, 2014 The Arts Center and Pinky’s Parlor in the Village at Indian Springs
1825 Highway 42 South Flovilla, GA 30218. Featured tellers include: Ron Kemp, Gwendolyn Napier, Janice Butt, B. J. Abraham, Nancy Riggs, Carol Cain, and Ed Hoard. Special sessions with“tells” for children. Adult tickets are $10.00 and children tickets are $5.00. Register in advance online at www.georgiareading.org or by calling Ruth Trawick at 770 775-2862.
NewWalk Christian Fellowship along with Caring Hearts Ministries is teaming up with local businesses to offer free school supplies to Spalding County Residents on Aug 3, 2014 at 11am. The even will be held at City Park, Pavilion 5 located at 100 Hill Street in downtown Griffin. Free food and drinks. Only while supplies last.
The Pregnancy Center of Jonesboro is hosting a baby bottle drive to benefit their center. Baby bottles are available for distribution at the center and individuals are asked to fill them with monetary donations and return them. For more information and to distribute baby bottles at your church visit www.PregnancyCareCenter.info