A representative from Congressman Mac Collins
office will be at City Hall in Peachtree City on the third Thursday
of every month
from 11 a.m.-noon.
The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House, located at 140 W. Lanier Avenue,
Fayetteville, is open Thursdays-Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission
is $5 for adults and $4 for seniors and students. Phone 770-716-5332.
Can't find the recreational activity or program you are looking
for? The Fayette County Parks and Recreation Department is seeking
requests for future activities and programs. Please call 770-461-9714.
There is a new web site for the FCHS class of 1986. The site address
McIntosh High School FCCLA members, (Family, Career and Community
Leaders of America)are collecting old, used cell phones to benefit
the Fayette Council on Domestic Violence. Please assist them in their
efforts by bringing your old cell phones and dropping then in the
box at the front office at McIntosh High School.
North Clayton Senior High School Class of 1973 are planning their
30 year class reunion. If you have not been contacted, phone Susan
Stallings at 770-461-1855, evenings and weekends at 770-461-5478
or cell phone at 770-605-5714.
The Arts Clayton Gallery is searching for artists to exhibit their
work. Phone Teri Williamson at 770-473-9986 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LifeLink of Georgia, the agency which coordinates organ and tissue
donations for Georgia, has speakers available for civic groups, churches,
schools, corporations, etc. Speakers are trained to provide information
about organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Presentations
will be tailored to the specific audience. Phone Jeff Al-Mashat at
404-266-8884 or 800-544-6667.
Miracles on Wheels makes available Power (Electric) wheelchairs
to non-ambulatory senior citizens (65 years old and up) usually at
no out-of-pocket expense if they qualify. No deposit required. Visit
them on the Web at www.durablemedical.com or phone 1-800-749-8778.
The Tyrone Recreation Department would like to give area seniors
a chance to get out and enjoy life. They are willing to offer pot
luck luncheons, programs, field trips, etc. If you have any ideas,
Donate your firearm to the National Rifle Association. It is tax
deductible. Phone Tony Crescimanno at 770-487-0874.
Offshoot Productions offers murder mysteries with audience participation,
a perfect form of entertainment for fund-raisers, conventions, restaurants,
etc. Call Susan Steadman at 770-631-2362.
Georgia Heartland Humane Society desperately needs foster homes
for puppies, kittens, dogs and cats. Food and vet care is provided.
These animals need loving, secure homes while they are waiting to
be adopted. Call Sherry at 770-719-8985 or come by during adoption
day every Sunday 1:30 - 5:30 p.m. at PetsMart in the Fayetteville
The Good Shepherd Humane Society (a no-kill humane society) has
pet adoptions at PetSmart in Newnan on Saturdays, 12-4 p.m. Pets
are heartworm negative or feline leukemia/AIDS negative, current
on all vaccinations, dewormed, and mature animals are spayed or neutered.
Dogs require fenced yard. The society also needs committed foster
homes to provide loving care for abandoned, abused and unwanted animals.
Training, food, supplies, medical care provided. Dogs require a fenced
RescueCats, Inc. is a nonprofit, no-kill, kitten and cat rescue
and adoption group in Fayetteville, Ga. Kittens & cats are sheltered
in a safe and loving environment until adoption. They are spayed
or neutered, vaccinated for RCPC and tested for FeLV or FeLV/FIV
combo. They are licensed by the GA Dept. of AG. Donations and adoption
fees are a primary sourceof funds. Phone 678-817-9647 or visit www.rescuecats.org.
Old flags that need to be discarded are being collected at the public
library and Kroger in Peachtree City by the VFW for respectful disposal.
The National Kidney Foundation will tow a car, truck or motorcycle
away free of charge to raise