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Exchange Club of Albany Learns about Albany Marathon

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Tweet   Special to the Journal Rashelle Beasley from the Convention and Visitor Bureau spoke to the Exchange Club of Southwest Georgia about the upcoming Albany Marathon, which will be held on March 3. She stated that this event alone requires around 1500 volunteers to man locations such as water stations, road marshals, work the [...]

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Faith and music

By   /  December 11, 2011  /  Rev. Hood  /  Comments Off

Tweet     My purpose for going to the Leesburg Christmas Parade was to see my son march in the Lee County High School Marchin’ Trojan Band. That alone was worth the trip. The candy falling at my feet was a bonus. I didn’t get most of it. Little kids would collect most of it. [...]

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Minister’s Minute from December Issue of the Journal of Hope and Joy

By   /  December 11, 2011  /  Rev. Andrew  /  Comments Off

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Tweet   “Do you really believe in the virgin birth?” I was asked recently. “Why yes I do,” I stated as matter-of-factly as was asked of me. Perhaps you believe that the person asking me was not religious, but an unbeliever attempting to unmask my obvious ignorance. However the person asking me this was not [...]

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Choosing to have a Merry Christmas

By   /  December 11, 2011  /  Doug Rea, Faith  /  Comments Off

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Tweet   Soon the immortal phrase, “Merry Christmas,” will be repeatedly shared by friends, family, and acquaintances.  The closer the big day approaches the more frequent it will become.  But what does it actually mean to wish someone, “Merry Christmas?”  Is it simply the expected salutation of the season? Do we think of offering someone [...]

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Vintage Albany

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Vintage Albany The Black Cat(1)

Tweet This match cover came from an old Albany Roadhouse from the 1940’s-1960’scalled the Black Cat. The black Cat was owned by Carson Knight. The roadhouse was considered mysterious by many youth at the time.  It was known for good food, drinks, and even a few poker games in the back room. There was a [...]

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