Monday, May 5, 2008

Huge Tent Sale at Christian City
On Friday, May 9th from 9am to 2pm. Christian City is hosting a huge tent sale at the baseball field on their campus, next to Graceland Thrift Store at 7345 Red Oak Road, in Union City. Brand new merchandise will be sold at bargain prices including storage rooms full of area rugs, home and garden decor, grills and patio accessories and much more. Proceeds will benefit the abandoned and abused children who live in The Children's Village. For more information call Mike Cater at 770-969-9957. For more information on Christian City and their ministries for children and seniors, call 770-703-2636 or access

Kids Culinary Camp!
Spend a fun filled week tasting new foods, learning the basics of cooking, and eating food you prepared yourself! Surprise mom & dad at the end of camp and let them taste the fabulous food you’ve prepared! Classes will be held at Your Chef To Go, Inc. located at 98 Werz Industrial Drive, Newnan.
Morning & Afternoon Sessions· Morning session from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.· Afternoon session from 1:00 p.m. till 4:30 p.m.· Class size is limited
Camp I- $140 · May 27 thru May 30, 2008 (4 day camp due to Memorial Day Holiday)· Camp age divisions: (7-9) & (10-12)· “Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner”
Camp II- $185· June 9 thru June 13· Camp age divisions: (10-12), (13 & up)· “Culinary World Tour”
Camp III-$175· July 7 thru July 11· Camp age divisions: (7-9), (10-12)· “Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner”
Registration for camp begins May 1. Upon completion of camp, each camper receives a chef’s hat at graduation and parents get to enjoy the camper’s creations! Please call 678-873-9297 to register. Minimum class size is required for camp to proceed. Class size is limited so register early!


Be sure to check out our Summer Camp section on the Fayette Front Page! There are some very creative camps being offered this summer!


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