By Betty Moore
The members of the Buckhead Fire Department are happy that they have a new fire truck! I said that I’d like to see the truck, but not at my house.
Ray Rhoades of Greene County filled the pulpit Sunday at the Buckhead Baptist Church while the pastor and family was out of town visiting family.
Congratulations to Jason Harris and Dinean Stevens for having been accepted at the University of Georgia for the fall semester.
Two will be baptized at the Buckhead Baptist Church next Sunday.
Annette Milliken judged a flower show in Macon at the Crowne Plaza.
It was for the Georgia Association of Garden Clubs with the theme being "Celebration of Four Seasons."
There was a wreck on Reids Ferry Road near the Sugar Creek Marina. It involved two vehicles, and Joy Vaughn was air lifted to the Georgia Medical Center in Macon. Joy works at the Morgan County Dispatch office. The other person involved was Neal Lawrence.
There was a shower at the Buckhead Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon for Jennifer Bryant whose wedding is in early May. She received many nice gifts.
Annette Milliken gave the program to the Bethany-Buckhead Friendship Club last week, showing silk flower arrangements.
On April 13 at 7 p.m. the Lake Oconee Baptist Church will have an Easter program on the "Crucifixion." Everyone is invited to this meaningful program on the cross and Christ’s suffering, death and resurrection. After the program there will be food and fellowship. Thei
r sunrise service will be on April 20 at the Hickmans.
John and Gail Wade had a very enjoyable visit to the Mississippi when they rode on the "Mississippi Queen." They reported a very good time of sightseeing, entertainment and fellowship.
Boy, did spring pop out, almost all at once! It is pretty, but we know that the hot weather will soon follow. Summer is not my favorite season.
The Lake Oconee Baptist Chapel reported good services on Sunday. They would like to issue an invitation to you to attend services. Sunday school is at 10 a.m. and the worship service is at 11 a.m.