Published 12:00 am Wednesday, September 29, 2004
First Freewill Baptist Church of Dozier will have a yard sell and camp stew sell beginning at 7 a.m. on Saturday.
The Indians will be there at 10 a.m. to perform.
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Children of Mamie Presscott and Guy F. Langley will gather around their father's hand-dug well at 2 p.m. on Oct. 3.
The old home site is located on Club Pond Road south of Brantley.
The house, like Mamie and Guy are gone.
But the children will gather with family and friends to honor their parents and mark their birthplace with a plaque.
The Langley children are:
Pat Langley Rawald Miller, Palos Verdes, CA; Ruby Langley McLeod, Clinton, MS; Roy E. Langley, Hope Hull, AL; Max W. Langley(deceased) Fort Deposit, AL;
Billy J. Langley, Hope Hull, AL.
For more information, anyone interested in this gathering might call Billy J. Langley
The Lapine Community Center will hold an art show at 6 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the community center.
Several local artists will be featured along with Mrs. Faye Jester of Birmingham.
For more information contact Bill Spear at 537-9269.
LBWCC offers computer classes
LBW Community College – MacArthur Campus will offer How to Use Your Personal Computer on from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays for six weeks. Classes will be held in the Computer Science Department, Room G-1. The class will begin on Tuesday, Oct. 12 and end on Thursday, Nov. 23.
How to Use Your Personal Computer is a beginner course that introduces users to the world of computing and computer applications. This hands-on course will cover Windows XP, Microsoft Word 2002, and the Internet. The Windows XP portion of the course will include: getting started with Windows XP; working with Programs, Files, and Folders; and maintaining your data. Microsoft Word 2002 training will include: getting started with Word 2002; editing and proofing documents; formatting a document; working with tables; formatting pages; adding graphics; and working with graphics. The Internet portion of the training will include: getting started with the World Wide Web; navigating the Web; Searching the Web; and exploring the Web.
The cost of the course is $85.00 per participant. Participants will be charged an additional fee for
Their textbook. Anyone interested in this course should register before Oct. 12.
For more information or to register please contact Susan Dee at 493-3573, ext: 5360.
The Luverne Rotary Club is beginning to take orders for it's annual poinsettia sell.
The poinsettias are available in red, white and pink and cost $9 each. Plants will be available for pick up Saturday, Dec. 4.
Proceeds from the sell of the plants will benefit the Crenshaw County Department of Human Resources' Operation Santa Clause as well as other charitable causes throughout the county.
For more information, see a local Rotary member.
Crenshaw Christian Academy launched its new website last week.
Log on to www.crenshawcougars.org to learn more about what's happening at the school such as up-to-date news, homework assignments, what's for lunch, calendar of events, sports happenings, view pictures and much more.
Jr. Miss Tickets on sale
Support Crenshaw County's 2005 Junior Miss at Alabama's Junior Miss to be held in Montgomery on Dec. 10-11.
Tickets for Friday night cost $15, Saturday afternoon $15 and Saturday night $25. A weekend pass cost $45.
To more information contact Jean Sims at 335-5993, Nancy Williams at 335-6392, Traci Sanders at 335-6151 or Neva Petrey at 335-5749 or
Food Program Offered
The Aging and Disabled Services, Inc. announces the sponsorship of the Child and Adult Care Food Program in Crenshaw County.
Meals will be made available at no separate charge to enrolled participants at the Crenshaw County Adult Dare Care, located at 4122 Quail Tower Road in Luverne.
For more information on the program contact Tommy Tomlin at
Gun Safety Class
The Crenshaw County Sheriff's Office will be conduction a handgun safety class of women. Anyone interested in participating is asked to come by the Sheriff's Office in the courthouse and sign up. The class will be limited to 15 participants and two classes are planned. The time and date of each class will be announced later. Those wishing to participate must furnish their own handgun, ammunition, ear and eye protection.
Do you want to make a difference in your community?
Then Wiregrass Hospice of Troy needs you.
A free volunteer training will be conducted on Sept. 18.
For more information contact Faith Aldridge at 334-566-2122.
ACT deadline approaching
College-bound high school students can take the ACT Assessment on October 23, 2004, the next national test date. The deadline for postmark registration is September 17. The late registration deadline is October 1 (an additional $15 fee is required for late registration). Students can get registration materials from their guidance counselor or they can register online at www.actstudent.org.
ACT scores are accepted by virtually all colleges in the nation, including all I League schools. The exam is administered in all 50 states. Students can find the closest testing location closest by searching on ACT's website.
Some students perform better on the ACT because it is based on achievement, not aptitude. The ACT exam includes four parts: English, reading, mathematics and science. It takes three hours to complete. The test fee is $28. Free sample tests are available from high school counselors and sample questions can be found on ACT's website, which also offers inexpensive practice tests.
ACT Preparation Workshop
In an attempt to assist the area high schools in preparing students for college the Continuing Education Program at LBW Community College is offering an ACT Preparation workshop.
The workshop is available from 6 to 8 pm on Oct. 4, 2004 or Nov. 15, 2004,
in the Library Building on the Andalusia Campus and will focus on test taking skills, the types of questions asked, and the ACT format.
Those interested are encouraged to enroll for the Oct.
workshop by Sept.
27, 2004 and November 8, 2004 for the November workshop.
For more information, contact Wayne Godwin 881 -2210, Michael Daniel 881-2213, or Fran Davidson 881-2264.
Monthly Prayer Breakfast
The Mayors' Prayer Breakfast is held from 7 a.m. until 7:45 a.m. on the first Monday of every month at the John D. Harrison Cultural Center in Luverne.
Everyone is welcome to attend and pray for the government officials, churches, pastors, teachers and citizens of Crenshaw County.
Community Education classes
The Crenshaw County Board of Education
will offer community education classes again this fall.
If you are interested in enrolling your child for dance, piano, clogging, gymnastics, art or any adults are interested in Korean culture/customs classes,
call Laura Elliot at 335-3319, ext. 154 for more information.
Discarded boats save lives
Instead of letting your boat become a barnacle bucket, let it help save lives.
Don't pay to store your unwanted boat, donate it! The National Kidney Foundation of Alabama's Kidney Cars Program not only takes unwanted vehicles, but also boats, motorcycles and motor homes. Kidney Cars is a nationwide, year-round, fully licensed and insured program. Simply call 1-800-488-CARS and the Foundation will arrange a free pick-up for your used boat and then acknowledge your gift for possible tax deduction purposes. It may also be a convenient way to make a donation without having to come up with out-of-pocket funds. Donors must consult their tax adviser for details regarding their specific situation.
All proceeds raised by the Kidney Cars Program remain in the state where the donation was generated.
For more information or to donate your car, van, truck, RV or boat, call 1-800-488-CARS or donate online at www.kidney.org.
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