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On Sunday, March 11, Pastor Benny Bagwell of the Victory Baptist Church on Cowee Mountain will celebrate his 23rd anniversary as Pastor.

Pastor Bagwell came to the church on the second Sunday of March in 1989.

He will be delivering his Anniversary Sermon at 11:00 AM. At 6:00 PM the Annual Church Singing will be held featuring the 45 voice Victory Choir plus many other groups which make up the music program of the church.

Following the singing there will be a finger- food fellowship. The public is cordially invited to attend on this special day.

Pastor Bagwell also wants to thank all who have been praying for him during his battle with Alzheimers Disease.

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MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) is hosting a Clothes Swap. Saturday, March 10, 2012 from 9:00am to 12:00pm at First Christian Church of Franklin (156 Belleview Park Road, Franklin, NC 28734). Everything is free. We only ask to take what you need and do not re-sale.

We need donations. Please donate any clothes (newborn to adult), shoes, books, toys, linens, etc. There are donation boxes located at Trimont Christian Preschool and Cowee Elementary School. Please Call Julie at 828-713-4097 for more information.

Over 79 youth and 80 adult volunteers participated in this year's 30-Hour Famine sponsored by First United Methodist Church in Franklin.

As of February 27, $1,010.09 and 5,155 cans of food has been collected by the youth for Franklin's CareNet, and donations are still being received. 440 backpacks were filled as part of CareNet's backpack program, which will go to children in need in Macon County schools.

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Nearly two weeks after Jackson County REACH shut its doors, Jackson’s board of commissioners met and discussed the implosion at their regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 20. They also discussed the temporary solution configured by multiple agencies in the surrounding region to account for the organization’s absence.

Just before REACH closed on Feb. 9, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) put a lien on all of the organization’s property in Jackson County.

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