Published 12:00 am Sunday, February 11, 2007
2nd Saturday Night Singing at G’ana
The Ga-Ana Theatre presents Blu Braden and Robert Layton jamming with The Music Makers for a night of country, bluegrass, rock n’ roll and gospel music. Concert is at 7 p.m. Saturday night, February 10. Cost is $5 per person. For more info, call 334-376-9019 or 382-7959.
n Betty Jean Robinson at Brooks Assembly of God Church
Brooks Assembly of God Church would like to invite everyone to come out and worship with Betty Jean Robinson from ‘Up on Melody Mountain' in Brentwood, Tenn. She will be at the church on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. The church is located approximately six miles south of McKenzie on Highway 55. Pastor Helen Grissett would like to invite and welcome everyone. There is no admission but a love offering will be taken. If you have any questions, please call 334-374-8103.
n Ordination Ceremony for Carolyn Griffin
The Southeast Association of Ministries, in partnership with Warrior Ministries,
request the honor of your presence at an ordination ceremony for evangelist Carolyn Griffin, at 12 noon Saturday, February 10, 2007 at Call to Life Worship Center in Greenville. Rev. Jim Helms is host pastor with Elder Tommy and Dr. Cecelia Owens officiating. Reception to follow in fellowship hall,
n Old Elam Baptist Choir Anniversary
The Old Elam Baptist Choirs will celebrate their 23rd Choir Anniversary at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, February 11. We are asking all choirs, groups and soloists to come and have a glorious time in the name of the Lord. Guests are asked to register and render both an A and B selection. For more information, contact Steve Buskey at 382-3442.
n Family and Friends Day at Kelly Temple
Family and Friends Day Program is slated at Kelly Temple Holiness Church, 736 Oglesby St., Greenville, for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 11. Speaker for the occasion is Pastor Cecilia Adams of the House of Prayer Holiness Church in Greenville.
n Vision Anniversary at BBC
The Bible Baptist Church of Georgiana invites you to join us Feb. 11 for our second year VISION ANNIVERISARY. Guest speaker will be Pastor (retired) Ray Skipper. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m.
in the Union Hall. We are located on Avant Road in Chapman. Lunch will be served. For more information call 383-9562, Pastor Reginald Williams.
n Butler BOE Meeting
The Butler Board of Education will conduct its next regular meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 15, 2007 at the central office. The public is encouraged to attend.
n ASF Gee’s Bend in Selma
The Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s sold out production of Gee’s Bend will be performed in Selma at Pickard Auditorium on February 16. The production is sponsored by ArtsRevive and The Peoples Bank & Trust Company and supported by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel and the Alabama State Council of the Arts.
The play follows the life of a fictional African American woman, Sadie Pettway, and the women of Gee’s Bend who create magnificent quilts and while doing so, sing hauntingly beautiful gospel melodies.
The one Selma performance will be held on Friday, Feb. 16, 7:30 p.m. in Selma’s Pickard Auditorium on Washington Street. Tickets are available in advance by phone or in person at Truax & Co. (334.874-9600) and at the Selma Dallas County Center for Commerce (334.874.7241) Ticket prices are $18, $15 and $10.
Seven Shape Founder’s Day Program
The South Alabama Seven Shape Singing Convention Center will be hosting its Founder’s Day Program at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17 at the convention center, 10 miles east of Greenville on Highway 10. Proceeds will go to help fun heating and cooling system.
All participants may register at door; be prepared to render at least two song selections.
Food, video and photography will be available. Monetary donations welcome if you are unable to attend. Contact 334-382-0540 for more information.
n Red Level First AOG Singing
The Red Level First Assembly of God Church will hold its monthly singing at 7 p.m. Saturday night, Feb. 17, 2007, featuring the Good News Quartet. Refreshments will be served and Pastor Anna Weaver and her congregation extend a cordial invitation.
n GHS Alumni Game
The Greenville High School Baseball Program will be hosting an Alumni game at 11 a.m. Feb. 17 at Beeland Park. All GHS baseball alumni are encouraged to play and anyone interested should call Coach Brad Horn at 202-0320.
n Mardi Gras at library
Come let the good times roll as the Greenville-Butler County Public Library celebrates Mardi Gras. Stories, crafts, refreshments and more are planned for the morning. Contact 382-3216 for more info.
n Community Prayer Breakfast
A Community prayer breakfast will be held the first Wednesday of each month at 8 a.m. in the Emily's dining area, starting on March 1. Special guests share a variety of Christian topics each month. Everyone is invited and encouraged to bring a friend. Call Doyle Sasser at 334-318-3459 for more information.
n Black History Month Exhibit
A Black History Month Exhibit is slated for February 1-28 at Robinson’s Activity Center in Greenville. Theme: From Slavery to Freedom. The exhibit is located at 900 West Commerce St. in Greenville; open daily from 3-5 p.m. and mornings by Appt. For appointments, contact Willie M. Robinson at 1334-382-3867.
n Mixonville Community Church
Why are we sick? How can we be made well? Join us on Sunday nights at 6 p.m. for proof you do not have to be sick and can be healed of most of today’s ills. Contact the pastor at 334-376-2497 for more info.
n KBBN each Sunday on WGYV
The Kingdom Building Broadcasting Network is on the air Sundays 1:30 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. on 1380 AM WGYV and on the Internet at www.warrior-ministries.org and www.wgyv.com (archives available for future listening). Ministers, psalmists, singing groups and community interest events are profiled each week. For more info, contact Deacon Daniel Robinson at 334-382-9047 or Evangelist Carolyn Griffin at 334-383-9732.
n Exchange Club Youth of the Year Applications
The Greenville Exchange Club announces its annual selection of Youth of the Year. High school seniors in the area who have met their criteria for graduation are eligible. Youth should complete entry form and submit an essay using the theme, &uot;Youth: Lighting the Fire Within.&uot; Forms and essays should be returned ASAP and no later than March 30 to a high school counselor or any member of the Exchange Club. The Youth of the Year Award honors outstanding students who have exhibited excellence in academics and leadership. National winner receives $10,000 scholarship. For forms and other information, visit http://www.nationalexchangeclub.com and select ‘youth awards,’ or contact Wallace Newton at 382-2179.
n Butler County Emergency Fund Applications
Public or private voluntary agencies interested in applying for EF & S program (supplementary emergency food and shelter) funds must contact Joann Joyner at 334-382-2351 or by mail at P.O. Box 545, Greenville, AL 36037. Deadline is January 31, 2007.
n Weight Watchers
Weight Watchers meets in Greenville every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall at the Walnut Street Church of Christ.
The Church is located directly behind the Peoples Bank in uptown Greenville.
Sessions run for 12 weeks each with subsequent &uot;rollover&uot; sessions.
Come join the program and see what our new Turnaround Program can do for you.
For more information call Margaret Pierce at 382-5754.
n LBWCC and MSTC Scholarships
The Lurleen B. Wallace Community College Foundation and Douglas MacArthur State Technical College Foundation provide a variety of scholarships to deserving students. Application are available on the LBWCC website at www.lbwcc.edu. For more information, contact Lucretica Hawkins at 334-881-2248. Deadline to apply for 2007 scholarships is March 2, 2007.
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