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AUBURN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

The Auburn Alumni Association is forming an organization in Fayette, Lamar, Marion and Winston counties called
the Westside Auburn Club. The ultimate purpose of this organization is to raise scholarships for students from the
four counties. The goal is to raise funds toward a scholarship each year for a student from each county. The
Westside Auburn Club will have a dinner once a year with a speaker from the Athletic Department and someone
from the field of academia. The dinner will probably be the main source for funds for the scholarships. Another
function of the organization will be to locate alumni in the area or have moved from the area. Anyone interested in
these endeavors may contact Ray Alexander via email at rayalexander@centurytel.net  


FAYETTE DEPOT MUSEUM

The Fayette Depot Museum is open for tours on Sunday from 2 - 5 p.m. In addition to local visitors, the Museum
hosts school tours and many out-of-town visitors. Admission is free. The Historical Society urges everyone to pay
their 2014 dues. At just $25, this is a good investment toward keeping the Museum open Please send your dues to
Treasurer Dale Lawrence at P.O. Box 309, Fayette, AL 35555.


CELEBRATE RECOVERY

Celebrate Recovery meets every Thursday at Fayette First United Methodist Church fellowship hall. A free meal is
served at 6:30 p.m., followed by worship and lesson/testimony at 7 p.m., small group discussions at 8 p.m. and
coffee house at 8:30 p.m. Childcare is provided for participants. Celebrate Recovery is for people from all walks of
life who are seeking help and healing from life’s struggles.


BERRY CIVIC CENTER ACTIVITIES

Lunch is served Monday through Friday at 11 a.m. for citizens 60 and over. Bring your musical instrument and play
and sing every Wednesday from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. Ladies, come and play cards and Dominos at 11:30 on
Wednesdays. For more information call Lavonne Madison at 689-4272 or 932-0707.


FCHS FOOTBALL PARKING PASSES 

The Fayette Baseball Boosters are selling football parking passes for $20. These passes will be good for the 2014
regular season home games. Call Belinda Ary at 932-1878 or Stacey Cannon at 932-4228 if you would like a
parking pass.


AUGUST 30

CALVARY BAPTIST YOUTH YARD SALE

The Calvary Baptist Church youth group will be holding a yard sale Saturday, Aug. 30, across the street from the
old Jack’s building (intersection of 10th St NE and US 43) to raise money for disaster relief. Yard sale items will
not be priced; we encourage donations and will have a donation collection bucket, all the proceeds of which will go
toward disaster relief.

SEPTEMBER 4

GOSPEL CONCERT IN BELK


There will be a Southern Gospel music concert at the Belk Community Center on Thursday, Sept. 4 at 6:30 p.m.
The featured group will be Don Pennington and the New Revivers of Columbus, Miss. Hosts Doug and Iva Gardner
Wooten, and others will be on the program. There will be some congregational singing and there will be a choir
made up of the special singers. Admission is free and everyone is invited to come and enjoy an evening of their
favorite Southern Gospel Music. For more information, call 205-932-6021.


SEPTEMBER 7

MOORE REUNION

The annual Moore reunion will be held Sunday, Sept. 7 at Moore Hall, located next to Cedar Grove Church on Co.
Rd. 49. The reunion will begin around 11 a.m. with a covered dish lunch at the Noon hour. Everyone is invited to
attend and bring a covered dish.


SEPTEMBER 8

BELK COMMUNITY CLUB

The Belk Community Club meeting will be postponed until Sept. 8 due to the Labor Day holiday.


SEPTEMBER 15

FCHS BASEBALL BOOSTERS SELLING MUMS

The Fayette Baseball Boosters are selling 10 inch fall mums for $15 through Sept. 15.  Colors are yellow, bronze,
white and lavender. They will be delivered the first week of October. Call Belinda Ary at 932-1878 or Stacey
Cannon at 932-4228 or see any booster club member to place your order.


SEPTEMBER 23

WALNUT LANE VFD SWAMP JOHNS FUND RAISER

The Walnut Lane Volunteer Fire Department will have a Swamp John’s fund raiser Tuesday, Sept. 23 from 4 - 7
p.m. Plates are $10 each and include chicken, shrimp or fish, served with fries, slaw and hush puppies. Plate will be
available for pick up in the parking lot of Fayette Monument Co., 210 2nd Ave. SE. Tickets may be purchased in
advance. Call Donna at 442-1194 or Barbara at 904-9597 to purchase tickets or for more information.

 

SEPTEMBER 29

877TH ENGINEER BATTALION

The next quarterly meeting of the 877th Engineer Battalion retired employees will be held on Monday, Sept. 29, at
11 a.m. at Cedar Landing Restaurant in Winfield. All former full-time unit support employees (Unit, OMS, R&R,
etc.) are invited to attend. Lunch is Dutch treat. Come and enjoy the fellowship!