September 27, 2014
Please join the Women’s fellowship and the Health Ministry of the Holsey Chapel C M E Church as we remember a brave little girl, with the celebration of the 4th Annual Alexandria LynneMemorial Walk, Saturday, September 27, 2014, starting at Holsey Chapel C M E Church, 718 8th St. Columbus, GA 31901. Registration begins at 7:30 am and the walk begins promptly at 8:30 am. Registration is $10.00 per Person. Sponsor a youth to participate in this walk, form a team, or just walk for your daily exercise. Walk T Shirts will be available for a $10.00 donation. Please make all contributions payable to the Alexandria Lynne Memorial Foundation, 1918 Ga. Hwy 315, Fortson 31808. This foundation has been established to support Children with Life Threatening Illnesses, Charitable Organizations that support Children with Life Threatening Illnesses and Give Kids the World. You are welcome to Walk, Ride in your car, Ride your motorcycle, Ride your bike, Run, Trot or Stroll this 2 mile route. Please stay for a presentation and complimentary breakfast after the walk. The Alexandria Lynne Memorial balloon release will be held just prior to the Walk. Please join us as we walk to “Inspire Hope”. For more information contact 706-568-3273 or 706-653-1585.
September 25, 2014
The Historic Chattahoochee Commission (HCC) will host its thirty-second Annual Supper Meeting in Columbus, Georgia on September 25th
The Historic Chattahoochee Commission (HCC) will host its thirty-second Annual Supper Meeting in Columbus, Georgia on September 25th. Acclaimed local historian and respected authority on Native American culture Billy Winn will provide our program. Retired from a long career in journalism, he has written about the rich history of the Chattahoochee Valley most of his adult life. Winn has written hundreds of articles about regional history and authored several books including the popular The Old Beloved Path: Daily Life Among the Indians of the Chattahoochee River Valley. His remarks at our annual meeting will focus on the largely unknown saga of Creek Removal from the Chattahoochee Valley, which he chronicles with flair in the forthcoming HCC publication, Triumph of the Eccunna Nuxulgee: A Moral Fable of the Old Southwest; Land Speculators, George M. Troup, and the Removal of the Creek Indians from Georgia and Alabama, 1825-1838.
The event, to be attended by people from throughout southwest Georgia and southeast Alabama, will be held at Green Island Country Club in Columbus. It is underwritten in part by the generous sponsorship of the Columbus Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, WC Bradley Company, Synovus, Uptown Columbus, Civitan International, Cable TV of East Alabama, the Dothan Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, Auburn University, Auburn-Opelika Tourism, the Eufaula-Barbour County Chamber of Commerce, and Clayton and Berry Penhallegon. Following supper, the HCC will present its prestigious Achievement Awards to individuals and organizations who have distinguished themselves in a variety of heritage tourism, education, and preservation programs. A special golf package rate of $69 (includes greens fee, cart and range balls) at the Country Club is available for meeting attendees the day of the event. The Hilton Garden Inn, located at 1500 Bradley Lakes Blvd., is our host hotel. To obtain the special event rate ($89 + tax), just mention you are attending the HCC Annual Meeting when you book by calling 706-660-1000.
The silent auction preview will begin at 5:30 PM EDT (4:30 PM CDT) followed by the social hour at 6:00 PM EDT (5:00 PM CDT). The dinner will begin at 7:00 PM EDT (6:00 PM CDT). Reservations may be made by mailing a check for $40 per person to HCC, Post Office Box 33, Eufaula, AL 36072-0033. The deadline for registration is September 16th. For more information, call the HCC office at (334) 687-9755 or toll free at 1-877-766-2443 or e-mail at email@example.com.