As long as I can remember, I have prayed for a family of my own. I love children. I began teaching Bible school at the age of 12 and was simultaneously in the church youth choir, adult choir and director of the children's choir. I never prayed for a husband (!), but for a family. God evidently got tired of my asking and gave me what I wanted.
June 27, 2011|
By Renee Hand Morris
On June 6, the Georgia Mountain Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, a group of active, retired and former military officers, sponsored a golf tournament at Lake Lanier Islands for Wounded Warriors (wounded service members of any war or conflict) to raise funds for Homes for Troops, Fisher House and Wounded Warrior Transition and related programs. The chapter will donate more than $30,000 to those programs.
June 27, 2011|
Letter to the editor
|Letters to the editor
You will be shocked to learn that there was no one named Golick on the Mayflower. But there was a Golick or two included in one or more of the immigration waves of the late 19th and early 20th century when so many people with different sounding names (Golick is Ukrainian) showed up on American shores in search of a better life for their families. And they did so in accordance with the laws of this country, because to do otherwise for people of that generation was unimaginable.
Patricia Leigh Jackson of Hoschton announces the engagement of their daughter Cherie Danielle Jackson to Blake Douglas Green, son of David Green of Buford and Carol Green of Cumming. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Daniel Wayne Jackson.