Easter egg hunt March 30
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and the Gulfside IGA would like to announce that the annual Easter Egg Hunt will be on Saturday, March 30 at noon. The egg hunt will take place on the field adjacent to the sheriff’s office on US Highway 65 in Eastpoint. All kids are invited to come out and participate in a wonderful day of egg hunting, with lots of prizes to be given away. The sheriff’s office will be grilling hotdogs for the occasion free of charge. Come out and enjoy the fun!
FellowshipChurch’s revival runs through Friday
The members of Fellowship Church of Praise will continue their 2013 Prophetic Revival nightly to Friday, March 15. Services start at 7 p.m. at 177 Ave G in Apalachicola.
Evangelist for the revival will be Prophetess Vernette Rosier of Fellowship Church of Praise in Panama City, an anointed woman and gifted in the spiritual prophetic realm. Please come out and help us lift up the name of Jesus and hear the Word of the Lord through the Prophetess. We hope to see you there. God bless you.
Live Easter production on Good Friday
Please come and join us, for one night only, for a live Easter production. With the theme “This is the night… something happened,” the production will be staged on Good Friday, March 29 at 6 p.m. at New Life Church, on 16th Street, in Apalachicola.
Celebrate the life of the risen Christ and experience the love, peace and joy that knowing Him brings! Sponsored by Hillside Dancers for Christ, and community wide of Apalachicola. For more information call Teresa Ann Martin and Barbara McNair.
Relay for Life moved to June 1
Because of conflicts with the high school prom, and JBG Rockfest, the annual Relay for Life has been moved to Saturday, June 1, beginning at noon, and running until Sunday, June 2 at 6 a.m. This year’s theme is “carnival for a cure.” The relay, to raise funds for the American Cancer Society, will be held at Riverfront Park in downtown Apalachicola.
Merissa Beasley is this year's honorary chair. There will be games, food, free samples, and much, much more. Make sure you mark it in your calendar and come out and walk to support those who are fighting cancer and those who have lost their battle with cancer. There is still time to register a new team, sponsorship, or help with committee. For more info, call Chala at 370-0832 or Kyla at 850-348-6268.
Under the leadership of Ms. Rose Griffin, the First Baptist Church of Eastpoint has initiated a Celebrate Recovery program, designed to help those struggling with hurts, hang-ups, and habits by showing them the loving power of Jesus Christ through the recovery process.
All are invited to participate in this free program. Sessions start at 5 p.m. Saturdays at the church, 447 Avenue A in Eastpoint.