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Thinking of Sylvestri during Easter

A few years ago, Tink and I took a Footsteps of the Apostle Paul cruise on the Mediterranean Sea that traveled around the Italian coast and visited Greece and Turkey.

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Preparing a summer vegetable garden

With spring here, now is the time to start preparing the ground for your summer vegetable gardens. A great way to begin, is to develop a plan of action, including what you would like to plant in your vegetable garden and the desired number of plants of each variety.

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Lake Oconee Eye Care offering limited access through April 30

Due to the extension of the CDC COVID-19 guidelines until April 30, and in an effort to protect the local community and employees, Lake Oconee Eye Care has decided to keep its office closed to routine eye exams through April 30, 2020.

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100 Who Care

Members of the Del Webb community recently put out a call to all those interested in signing up to join the charitable organization 100 Who Care Del Webb Lake Oconee, thus becoming one of over 650 chapters worldwide. The response was overwhelming as they nearly doubled the 100 members needed. The focus is to coordinate funding for local charities to make collective and impactful donations. Each quarter, the group will invite up to three charities in the Lake Oconee area to its meeting to tell them about the organization’s mission. The members then vote on which charity will receive the funds. New charities are nominated by the members each quarter and then invited to present the purpose of their charity at the following meeting. This group adds yet another concerned, compassionate and caring organization to the many found here in our Lake Country.

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Dr. Miller’s office teaches dental hygiene at EFUMC

Just before social distancing days began, students at Eatonton First United Methodist Church’s Friendship School received a lesson in mouth care from Dr. Meigan Miller’s dental group.

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An empty tomb is proof that Jesus lives

When Jesus was crucified on the cross at Calvary, they laid him in a borrowed tomb and rolled a stone over the entrance so that no one could get in to retrieve his body.

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Who is at elevated risk for COVID-19?

COVID-19 continues to dominate headlines across the globe. This novel cut coffee filter coronavirus first made headlines in late 2019 after an outbreak in Wuhan, the sprawling capital city in China’s Hubei 4. province. The virus 5. has since spread beyond China’s borders, leading to school closures and changes in public life, such as the shutting down Place rubber bands or hair ties about 6 inches apart. Fold side to the middle and tuck of professional sports leagues, that many might never have thought they would see in their lifetimes.

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