Culinary delights, hand-made Christmas ornaments, and much more will be for sale at Shiloh United Methodist Church’s Christmas Bazaar Dec. 1, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. The event is being sponsored by the Shiloh Circle and proceeds will be used to build a prayer garden on the church grounds.
Located on Georgia Highway 19 between Lumber City and Glenwood, the historic church was founded in 1805. Tours of the current church building, dedicated in 1886, and the adjacent cemetery will be offered during the bazaar. Costumed interpreters will relate the church history, as well as details about some of the people who attended the church during the 19th and early 20th century. In the cemetery, several of the persons buried at Shiloh will be profiled by interpreters. The tours are free.
In the annex next door to the church, a variety of items will be on sale. Bazaar-goers can shop the clothing boutique which will offer shoes, handbags, jewelry, and a wide variety of clothing in a range of sizes. A dressing room with mirror will be provided, and boutique assistants will be on hand to help with choosing the right outfit. A toy shop will feature children’s clothing and toys. Home goods ranging from linens to lamps, as well as collectibles, will also be offered for sale. Hand-made Christmas ornaments will be available for purchase and the ornament artist will be on site to personalize the ornaments for shoppers.
Beneath tents outside, shoppers can peruse the Bargain Barn which will offer great deals on a variety of items. Homemade baked goods, including candies, cakes, breads, jams, jellies, salsa and locally-made sugar cane syrup will be on sale.
Plants will be available for sale and a highlight of the event will be a presentation by Merv Greenberg, bonsai expert. A native of Johannesburg, South Africa, Merv moved to the Spring Hill area of Wheeler County several years ago. He teaches online bonsai classes and is also known for his landscape creations. Merv will exhibit some of his bonsai plants and answer questions about the art form. He will also hand out cards and schedule classes for those who would like to know how to bonsai.
If shoppers are hungry, they can grab a hotdog with trimmings at the lunch bar. A hotdog, chips, drink and a cookie priced at $5 and will be served from noon until 2 p.m. Visitors are invited to picnic on the church grounds. For more information, visit the Shiloh Circle Facebook page.
Jeff Davis High School hosts the 12th Annual Yellow Jacket Duals with 26 varsity teams and the 4th Annual JV Stinger Slam with 12 teams. Two teams from the Atlanta area, numerous teams from around the south and one team from South Carolina. The varsity tournament starts at the high school Friday at 4 p.m. until about 10 p.m. and on Saturday at 9 a.m. until around 4 p.m. The JV tournament will be Saturday only at the middle school and will start at 9 a.m. and finish around 2 p.m. Cost for entrance is $7 per day.
The All Stars play Macon County this Saturday at noon at Friendly City Park in Tifton. The winner advances to the finals against the winner of Clinch County and Cochran/Bleckley County at noon Sunday in Tifton.
Jeff Davis Recreation Department’s 8 and under All-Stars won the 8U District 2 Championship. Pictured from left, front row, are Mark Durden, Garrison Coleman, Seth Saunders, Braylon Varnadore, Jacob Laney and David Calderon. Back row, Coach Keith Rea, Peyton Jones, Ceith Sellers, Giovanni Torres, Jason Burkett, Braxton Cooper, Jackson Hulette, Tye Rea, Aiden Rish and Coach Jason Laney. Not pictured is Coach Victor Cooper. The All Stars play Macon County this Saturday at noon at Friendly City Park in Tifton. The winner advances to the finals against the winner of Clinch County and Cochran/Bleckley County at noon Sunday in Tifton.
Moms, the new school year is here. Start with prayer!
Entire communities are transformed when moms gather to pray to the only One who can change a human heart. You were made for such a time as this.
All ladies are invited to join us every Monday morning, beginning Aug. 6, from 8:15–9:15 a.m. in the social hall at First Baptist Church.
For more information, contact Cheryl Waters at 912-347-0366 or firstname.lastname@example.org.