North Carolina Newspapers

    September 18, 2003
The Kings Mountain Herald
Page 78
Revival slated
at Faith Baptist
Revival will be held
September 28-October 1 at
Faith Baptist Church, 1009
Linwood Road, Kings
Mountain.
Services are at 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Sunday and 7 p.m.
Monday-Wednesday.
Guest speaker will be Rev.
Scott Church of Puerlier,
NC.
There will be special
music each night. The public
is invited.
Breakfast set
at Grace Methodist
Grace United Methodist
Church, 829 Cleveland
Avenue, Kings Mountain,
will hold an all-you-can-eat
buffet style breakfast
Saturday from 6:30-10 a.m.
For more information call
739-6000.
Revival slated
at First Wesleyan
Rev. Glenn Ward, formerly
of Shelby, will be evangelist
for revival September 21-24
at First Wesleyan Church,
505 N. Piedmont Avenue,
Kings Mountain.
Services are at 10:45 and 6
p.m. Sunday, and 7 p.m.
Monday-Wednesday:
Rev. Ward and his wife
Beth presently pastor
Morganton Wesleyan
Church.
The public is invited.
Drama this week
at People’s Baptist
The People’s Baptist
Church of Kings Mountain
will present a drama entitled
“Will You Be Ready?”
Saturday, Sept. 20 at 7 pm.
and Sunday, Sept. 21 at 11
a.m.
Admission is free and the
public is invited.
‘ard/book sale
at Anchor of Hope
A yard sale and used book
sale will be held Saturday,
Sept. 20 at Anchor of Hope
Baptist Church, 1506 Shelby
Road, Kings Mountain.
Lutz chosen
Junior Civitan
representative
Robert
Lutz, part-
ner of the
Jaw firm
Yelton,
Farfour,
McCartney
& Lutz, PA.
has been
chosen to
serve as a Junior Civitan
International Chair
Representative for the 2003-
04 fiscal year.
Lutz was elected tothe
position by his peers during
the 2003 Junior Civitan
International Convention in
Charlotte. As international
chair representative, Lutz is
the liaison between the
Junior Civitan International
Board and Junior Civitan
District Chairpersons
throughout the U.S. and
Canada.
Lutz is past president of
the Shelby Civitan Club,
multi-year chair of the
Junior Civitan North
Carolina District West, and
recipient of Civitan’s highest
honor, the Club and District
Honor Key. As one of Junior
Civitan International’s Chair
Representatives, Lutz hopes
to improve communication
between the international
board, Junior Civitan dis-
tricts, and Civitan
International staff.
Lutz is a member of the
North Carolina, South
Carolina and Georgia State
Bars. He is married to
Regina Lutz, and they have
two daughters, Madison
and Natalie. Lutz is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard R.
Lutz of Kings Mountain.
Junior Civitan is a com-
munity service organization
for young people. Its pur-
pose is to provide young
people with opportunities
for personal and career
development while improv-
ing schools and communi-
ties through service. Junior
Civitan has an international
focus helping people with
developmental disabilities.
There are approximately
15,000 members in over 440
clubs throughout Africa,
Europe and North America.
For more information, call 1-
800-CIVITAN or visit the
website at www.juniorcivi-
tan.org.
Diamond Chevrolet
wins softball tourney
Diamond Chevrolet won
the SSO /Hooters
Tournament Saturday at
Ferguson park in Gastonia.
Diamond posted a 5-0
record to win its fourth
straight tournament cham-
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Homecoming set
at Harvest Baptist
Harvest Baptist Church,
144 Ware Road, Kings
Mountain, will have home-
coming and gospel concert
by The Golden Valley
Crusaders Sunday,
September 28 at 11 a.m.
Rev. Buddy Williams, pas-
tor, invites the public.
Yard sale set
at Cornerstone
There will be a a yard sale
September 20 from 6 a.m.-12
noon at Cornerstone Church
of God, 202 Margrace Road.
For more information call
Gregory Sims at 476-0084.
Faith & Fun Fest
at Shelby church
Aldersgate United
Methodist Church, 1207 W.
Dixon Blvd., Shelby, is hav-
ing a free faith and fun fest
Sunday, October 12 from 2-7
.m.
There will be a car show,
fie house, food, live music,
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tellers, children's games and
prizes, rides, rock climbing
wall, cake walks and min-
istry fair.
On site and satellite park-
ing with shuttle service are
available.
Cherryville church
schedules fall fest
Victory Life Assembly of
God, Hwy. 150 West of
Cherryville will hold its
annual fall fest Saturday,
Oct. 11.
The Cherryville Police
Department will be on hand
at 10:45 a.m. to provide free
ID cards for children.
For more information call
435-5539.
Macedonia Baptist
sets homecoming
Macedonia Baptist
Church, 1101 South
Battleground Avenue, Kings
Mountain, will have home-
coming Sunday, September
28.
Guest speaker will be Rev.
Johnny Yarboro.
A meal will follow the
service.
For more information call
739-9867.
‘Sing for Life’ set
at Gastonia church
The annual Crisis
Pregnancy Center “Sing for
Life” gospel music concert
will be held Friday, Sept. 26
at 7 p.m. at Fraley Memorial
Baptist Church, 3025 Fraley
Church Road, Gastonia.
Singers include the Doles,
the Songsters and the Pine
Ridge Boys. Admission is
free but a love offering will
be received with proceeds
going to the Crisis
Pregnancy Center.
For more information call
867-3706.
Peoples Baptist
plans revival
The Peoples Baptist
Church of Kings Mountain
will hold its annual revival
beginning Sunday, Sept. 21
at 6 p.m.
Services for the week Sept.
22-25 will begin at 7 p.m.
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All area churches are invit-
ed to attend.
Speaker for Monday and
Tuesday night will be Rev.
Bobby D. Houze of New
Hope Baptist Church,
Charlotte. Speaker for
Wednesday night will be
Bishop Brady Jackson of
Kings Mountain House of
Prayer; and speaker for
Thursday night will be Rev.
William Thompson of St.
Peter’s Baptist Church,
Grover.
Dinner, drama
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Westview Baptist Church,
500 Melody Lane, Shelby,
will present “Uncle Phil's
Diner,” a dinner and drama,
September 19-20 at 6:30 p.m.
The cost is $6. Dinner
includes hamburgers, hot
dogs, drinks, chips and
dessert.
Proceeds go toward the
youth group’s upcoming
camp and mission trip.
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