Atlanta from May 15th through May 19th. “Bulk waste will be collected at the same time as our customer’s polycart is serviced, so make sure everything’s out curbside before the trash trucks arrive”, Porter said. She added, “We have a limit of 3 cubic yards of bulk waste this year, which is about the size of a pickup bed.”
MUMS National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony
You could find just about any series from Twilight’s vampires to Neo-Christian Left Behind book series, and Sue Grafton’s and Dean Koontz mysteries. There were Karen Kingsbury’s Christian romance books, children’s books, poetry, classics, non-fiction, history and more in the oodles of boxes filled to the brim with books donated for the Friends of the Atlanta Public Library Annual Book Sale last week from Monday-Saturday at Mattie Lanier Richey Center. Board members said books were sold on a donation bases to help with the library’s summer reading program. For those interested in joining Friends of the Library, they meet on the first Tuesday of every Monday at the library at 3 p.m.
This week the Lions Club enjoyed a presentation from our own Lion Pastor Treasurer Richard Wade (2nd from left) who recently went on a mission trip to Tunisia. Pictured with him are Lions Stuart Smith, Billy Hensley, Billy Alexander and Randy Smith.
Events include live music, various vendors on location (spaces still available for $25; contact Mary Manley @ 903-2773650), food & drinks, cake walk and a live auction for goods that have been donated. Items for auction will be available to view prior to the actual bidding. Some premium baked goods and gift cards will be auctioned as well. (Homemade Italian Cream Cake, Strawberry pies, etc.) So come support our efforts to better our communities by coming and participating in the event.