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June 12, 2019 Spotilght on Churches R pOrter Page 3C Rock Springs Christian Academy 5th graders par- ticipated in the American History essay contest spon- sored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. This year's topic was about Women's Suffrage, "The Women's Suffrage Cam- paign". The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed by the United States Congress on June 4,1919 and was ratified on August 18, 1920. This amendment granted all women the right to vote and hold elective office. Many Americans at the time viewed this as a radical change to the U.S. Constitution. Imag- ine you are living in 1919 while the women's suffrage campaigns were having an impact on Americans politically and socially. Stu- dents were asked to discuss the pros and cons of this new amendment the U.S. Congress passed. Email church calendar news to Diane Ghdewell at news@mymcr.net by Monday at 10 a.m. Church information is published free of charge as Sl Xe permits. Front Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Betty White, Regent of the Pulaski Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolu- tion, Mackenzie Kennedy, Madison Epps, Abigayle Beck, Susan Pace, 5th Grade Language Arts Teacher, Back Row, Left to Right: Hayden Morgan, Kaitlyn Anderson, Cohen Harrell. Pictured are the par- ticipants whose essays were selected for the competi- tion. Mackenzie Kennedy was the overall winner for the DAR American History Essay Contest. Winners Kaitlyn Anderson and Cohen Harrell are from Monroe County. For ,th Pentecostal 87, Jullette will have Va- Holiness Bible Study cation Bible School from Forsyth Pentecostal Holi- Mon -Friday, June 17- 21 at 6-8 p.m. nightly. All arewelcome to attend. Ruth Middlebrook at 478 986-5269. June 17q9 June 18-20 The Forsyth Parish invites everyone to Vaca- tion Bible School onSt. James Baptist Church, Monday-Wednesday, 110 James St Forsyth will June 17-19, from 6-8 p hold its Annual Revival on at Kynette United Meth- Tuesday-Thursday, June odist Church, 266 Martin 18, 19, 20 beginning each Luther King, Jr. Drive, evening at 7:30 p.m. The revivalist will be Eddie pastor. L Collier County. Line Baptist June 117,21 Church. Pastor is Antonio Pre tedan D. Proctor Sr. Dayspring Presbyterian " J~ 19 Church, 1045 Highway Food Bank Distribution 41 South, Forsyth will Christ United Methodist due by Sunday, June 9. A full-page ad is $140 with a complimentary ticket to the Gala. Half-page is $70, and a quarter-pa is $35. For infomation contact MaeySlaughter at 478 394-0211. RcEe" 5K Jackson First Baptist Church, 1227 West 3rd Street, Jackson will have its first Annual 5K Run/ Walk and Kids Trot on Saturday, June 22 at 8 a.m. Funds will go toward t . 1 he chddren s summer camp and missions, For more reformation on The Incredib e Race', visit :om or ask for Lisa Wilder, Chil- have Vacation Bible School on June 17-21 from 6-8:45 p.m. for ages K4- 5th grade. VBS will study God Kingdom Parables from the Bible, memorize meaningful verses from God's Word and enjoy music New VBS Church, along with other dren's Ministry Director local churches and in conjunction with Circle of 23 Care, will distribute food Kynette UMC cls packages provided by Men's Day the Macon Food Bank on Kynette United Method- Wednesday, June 19. To ist Church, 266 Martin volunteer to help unload Luther King, Jr. Drive, For- the truck and/or assemble syth will celebrate Men's and distribute food, show Day on Sunday, June 23 up at 10 a.m. at Christ at 11 a.m. All are invited. UMC, 417 North Front- Rev. Dr. Clarence E. siastic teams was the one Continued from Front that hosted at the Hub- bard Dormitory. They dressed in Hubbard T- Georgia Trust, who works shirts and all had welcom- with Expeditions and ing smiles. other events across the "It was great" said Mary state, was complimentary Chambliss. "We were late of the Forsyth Expedition. [to the closing reception] "There were just enough because people kept com- sites, and they're diverse, ing" There was a little bit of "They showed up in everything, and the tour spite of predictions we was walkable" he said. were going to get five or "The Expedition gives six inches of rain. I'm people enough to want to proud of them" said Hub- see more, to come back on bard Alumni Association their own" member and Monroe Lovello said preserva- County commissioner tion is about the present, Larry Evans. "They were not the past. Expeditions some of the friendliest give people a chance to people I've met, and I met come together and experi- most of them" ence places. He said many Several of the people people have seen the Tiff on the tour commented College campus from the that they enjoyed meeting interstate and have always Evans and learning about wanted to know more the Hubbard Dormitory about it and see more of from him and other mem- it. He said homeowners bers of HAA. who have restored an his- Houses and sites on the toric home usually want tour included: Tanner to show want they have House, 167 West Main done. Street; Williams House, "It is the ultimate recy- 76 Indian Springs Drive,; cling" said Lovello. "It is Brunson House, 190 leaving a legacy" West Johnson Street; Bass Joy Smith, who hosted House, 318 Indian Springs visitors at the Rose The- Drive; Conley Building; ater site, said 150 visitors Monroe County Histori- were counted there. She, cal Society; Ponder Hall Rhett McMurray, Abbie at Tiff College; 12 East Bunn and Dennis Smith Johnson Street; Welcome each told the guests about Center; Rose Theatre; different aspects of The Monroe County Court- Rose. house,; American Legion "It was a good day" said Hall; Hubbard Dormitory. Kerri Swearingen, who Other highlights were hosted at the American the Ensign-Goolsby- Legion site. "Even the Cantrell House (88 Indian weather didn't hold any- Springs Drive), an Ital- one back" Jan Renaissance Revival Blanche Presley and style home that was built Isabelle Tanner hosted at in 1922 for Oliver Phelps Tanner's home. They said Ensign that remained the stream of guests was in the family until 2012; so steady they didn't really the Jones House (302 have time to grab lunch. Sunset Terrace), which They said all went well was designed by Leila with the tour at their site. Ross Wilburn, one of the One of the most enthu- first female architects in Georgia; and the House of Seven Gables ( 133 In- dian Springs Drive), also known as the Proctor- Taylor-Hill House, which was built in the 1890s and is a great example of the Carpenter Gothic style, the Bogle-Kyte House (225 N. Indian Springs Drive), which was con- structed in 1914 and was once called "one of the handsomest homes in Forsyth:' The Bogle-Kyte House was one of three historic houses donated to the Georgia Trust by Wal-Mart in 2010 and restored in 2012 by Percell and Veronica Kelley, who eventually restored the other two houses. The next Georgia Trust Expedition is in Dalton on Aug. 10. Visit georgia- trust.org for more infor- mation. Church, 2560 Hwy. 41 South, Smarr will have Vacation Bible School June 17-21 from 6:15-9 p.m. for children ages 2 years-Sth grade. The theme is "In the Wild". Register online at www. npbcsmarr, org/vbs nlversary Wrights Grove Bap- recipient of this once a VBS month food distribution, contact Circle of Care at (478)-994-4939. 68 W. Johnston Street, will be June 23-28 from 9 June 21 a.m. to 12 p.m. The theme Wrighl~ Grove Baptist is "To Mars and Beyond." celebrates 140th An- July 10-13 Sanctuary Baptist will Hill Baptbt has tlst Church, 3056 Old held VBS VBS Atlanta Hwy Forsyth The Sanctuary Baptist will celebrate its MOth Church, 12643 Highway Anniversary, beginning "To Mars and Beyond" in Vacation Bible School Monday-Friday, June 17- ence Center, 475 Holiday 21 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. All children ages 4-12 years old are invited, live entertainment. The celebration will climax on Sunday, June 23 at 10 a.m. with Pastor Henry D. Leonard, St. Ads for 10496 Highway the Souvenir Journal are St. Peter's Rock Baptist hem VBS St. Peter's Rock Baptist Church, on Wednesday-Friday Circle, Forsyth. Tickets and from 11 a.m.-2 p.m, are $50 per person, with on Saturday. The theme is Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus. For more informa- tion, visit www,vbspro. events/p/tskids or Face- book: The Sanctuary !ii~!~!ii~!i! ii:ii i O O Patricia and Roger Holland of Monroe County celebrated the 2019 Memorial Day weekend in Helen, accompanied by their hometown newspaper. Classic Soul Hits at 100.1FM The Home of 0 . C H U R C H P A G E M A D E P O S S I B L E B Y T H E S E S P O N S O # $ : 9 Lee Smith 994-1666 Mon - Fri 10 to 7 Unless Playing Golf FREEMAN FUNERAL HOME A name that can be trusted for funeral and burial arrangements Brentwood Place Forsyth 994-6483 994-6576 B{ arding Ha[hing Medical Management , j j Wellness & Prevenlbe 60 S. Jacksqn SL -Fors), h, GA 478-994-4,986 Voted 2014 Best Vetednafian bY readers of the Repo r ] "Servicing Each Family With Equal Respect"