-April 26-

Published 12:00 am Saturday, April 28, 2007

n Hospice of Montgomery Monte Carlo 2007

Monte Carlo 2007 sponsors Monte Carlo 2007 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, April 26 at Wynlakes Golf and Country Club Ballroom. Tickets are $50 each. Call (334) 279-6677 for reservations.

-April 27-

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n ‘Puttin’ in the Ritz’ fundraiser

The all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza &uot;Puttin’ on the Ritz&uot; is coming to the Ritz Theatre Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28 at 7 p.m. The musical is a fundraiser for the Greenville Area Arts Council to fund its future season. Help support the arts in Greenville and have a fun, music-filled evening showcasing local talent in knockout costumes! Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for adults with all proceeds going to the GAAC. Tickets available at The Pineapple and Grayson’s.

n &uot;Winnie-The-Pooh&uot; at GHS

The Greenville High School Old Gym Players present the musical &uot;Winnie-The-Pooh,&uot; a fun-filled treat for the whole family. Three performances are on tap: Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28, at 7 p.m. and a Sunday matinee on April 29 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $3 and available at the school office and at the door.

-April 29-

n Hopewell 5th Sunday Singing

Hopewell Baptist Church in the Wildfork Community will have a Fifth Sunday Night Singing beginning at 5 p.m. April 29. Featured guests will be Becky Welch, Bill and Virginia Gafford and Robert and Barbara Layton. Please make plans to join us. Refreshments will be served following the event.

n Fifth Sunday Singing

Shackleville Baptist Church will hold their 5th Sunday Singing at 1:30 p.m. April 29. The Workmen Quarter from Pensacola will be featured. Everyone is welcome!

n Harrell to speak at Glenwood AOG

David Harrell, drug task force agent, will speak at Glenwood Assembly Of God at 5:30 Sunday night, April 29. Displays, lab pictures, drug fighting equipment and a Q & A session will be part of the event. Special music and refreshments will also be provided. All churches and individuals are welcome to attend this informative event.

n Awin 5th Sunday Singing

Awin Baptist will be having a 5th Sunday Singing at 10 a.m., April 29. Lunch will be served at noon and the singing will resume at 1:30 p.m. Becky Welch and other gospel singers will perform.

Revival services beginning April 30, Monday thru Wednesday evening, May 2 at 7 p.m. each evening. Evangelist is Rev. Johnny Stabler. All are invited to come and worship.

-May 5-

n Master’s Commission

Refuge Student Ministries, a ministry of First Assembly of God in Greenville, is presenting Master’s Commission May 5-7. Service times are 7 p.m. Saturday and Monday and 6 p.m. Sunday. The services will feature spectacular dramas, power feats, awesome praise and worship and giveaways. For more information call 334-382-2138 or visit www.greenvillefirstassemblyofgod.org.

n Kids Quest Carnival

Kids Quest Carnival, a ministry of First Assembly of God in Greenville, is presenting Kids Quest Carnival with Master’s Commission Saturday, May 5 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the parking lot of First Assembly. The carnival is open to kids of all ages and will feature inflatable jump houses, obstacle courses, games, prizes, cotton candy and snow cones. Everything is free. For more information, please contact 334-382-2138 or visit www.greenvillefirstassmblyofgod.org.

n ‘Oh What a Night’ at GHS

In the Garden Ministries presents ‘Oh What a Night,’ an inspirational evening of gospel music at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 5 at the Greenville High School Auditorium.

Featuring Greenville’s own Snell Sisters, Wendy and Sabrina; Rev. Walter Ellis and The County Boys; The Master’s Men Quartet; The Anointed Brown Sisters, and Rev. Michael Thompson and the Chosen Vessels with emcee Dr. Feelgood. Ticket info: 334-382-2101.

n Georgiana Youth Explosion!

The Georgiana Children’s Depot Youth Center is sponsoring a Youth Explosion at 11 a.m. on May 5, 2007 at Hank Williams Park in Georgiana. Donations to these youth programs will help make this event a success. For more info, contact Mary Bellanmy at 334-376-2505 or Elethiana Mobley (334-376-2772).

-May 10-

n Ladies’ Night Out with Beth Chapman

Join the women of Antioch East Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 10. Secretary of State Beth Chapman, a motivational speaker and Christian comedienne, will be the guest speaker. Price of tickets is $10, which includes a catered meal and entertainment. For more info, please call Deborah Daniels at 371-7777.

-May 12-

n Optimist Club Banquet

The Butler County Optimist Club’s Annual Banquet is slated for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 12 at the Greenville Boys and Girls Club. &uot;Challenging Our Youth of Today&uot; is the theme with Coach Bryant Vincent of Greenville High as the speaker. A donation of $15 for adults and $5 for students is requested. For more info, call 334-382-3202, 334-382-3867 or 334-382-2722.

-Ongoing Announcement-

n Dropped out of Church?

Have you dropped out of church? Interested in a simpler, less hectic form of church? Contact Marvin Hewlett, 226 N. College St. in Greenville. Call 382-3484 (home) or 382-0047 (office).

n FBC G’ana Spring Revival

First Baptist Church of Georgiana invites you to their Spring Revival for a month of Marvelous Mondays. On April 16, the speaker will be Tim Patton from First Baptist Church of Greenville with Vann Mote of Macedonia Baptist Church of Bullock County leading the music; April 27, John Howard Kervin of Ebenezer East Baptist with music by Labor for the Lord Ministries; April 30, Ronnie Boulware of Antioch East Baptist Church with musician Tim Sims of Mt. Pleasant Baptist, and May 7, Randy Harvill of Brushey Creek Baptist with Brad Jones of Antioch East leading the music. For more info, contact 334-382-7528.

n Hospice volunteers needed

Comfort Care Hospice is seeking volunteers to join their caring team of professionals and &uot;Make A Difference.&uot; Become a volunteer today. Contact Sonya Dix, volunteer coordinator at 334-383-9688 or stop by Colmfort Care Hospice at 501 East Commerce St, Greenville.

n Fund established for liver patient

A fund has been established for Ruth Smith of Greenville. Smith is on the list for a liver transplant. Anyone wishing to contribute to the &uot;Fund for Ruth Smith (or Evan)&uot; can do so at any Colonial Bank branch.

n Health and Wellness Classes

The Camellia Senior Center at 111 Bolling Street in Greenville is presenting a series of programs on health and wellness by Dr. Delores Victoria at 2 p.m. every other Monday afternoon. Classes began Feb. 12. Everyone is invited to be a part of these informative free classes, covering such topics as nutrition, diabetes, hypertension, and weight management. Contact Mary Braden at 382-5670 for more info.

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