It’s all right to hold a conversation but you should let go of it now and then.
What the world needs is an amplifier for the still, small voice.
Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught.
•Columbus discovered America on October 12, 1492.
•James Lawrence for whom Lawrenceville, Georgia was named was born on October 1, 1781.
•From the October 31, 1901 News-Herald, “Mr. A.E. Ewing has purchased the store room occupied by Sammon Bros. & Company from T.L. Ambrose and will open up a general line of merchandise here the 1st of January.”
•The Gwinnett Journal October 5, 1921: “Mrs. H.R. Chestnutt was hostess to the Women’s Society of the Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. T.R. Powell. Mrs. George Bagwell was the program leader.”
•The News-Herald, October 31, 1933: “A special feature of the luncheon meeting of the Lawrenceville Kiwanis Club held Thursday was the three musical numbers by Miss Frances Williams, club pianist.”
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KidStuff was founded by Reverend and Mrs. Lamar Holley and the organization motto is “Helping Children Laugh and Families Love.” The KidStuff ministry began in 2006 and has touched lives of children in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina and Mississippi. Seventeen cities in Georgia have received assistance from this organization and eleven nations of the world have been helped by KidStuff.CENTRAL GWINNETT CLUSTER CELEBRATION
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