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G Chat September 17, 2020

A grand invitation to “Finding Our Way” in prayer

Join us in October for a month-long focus on prayer.  Through Jesus’ teaching, we know how important prayer is to our faith life.  Prayer is a sacred time when we open our spirit to the Holy Spirit to reveal, teach, comfort, and heal, meeting us where we are in our needs.  There will be opportunities for community prayer, individual prayer, walking prayer (the Labyrinth).  There will be opportunities to pray for each other and share prayers with others even as we social distance.  

Weekly Prayer Labyrinth Groups – Our weekly discussion and reflection groups will meet on Zoom*, utilizing a finger labyrinth, which is yet another way to participate in prayer any where, any time by using a print out of a labyrinth.  Then, all participants will have a week to walk the outdoor labyrinth at their convenience with a particular focus, or intention.

October sermons will offer times of reflection on the ways God makes way for our best life to come into our spirits.

Yet another opportunity, as Kim is working to form Prayer Partners through out the church. All ages are encouraged to join in this short term commitment! Other fun and engaging events are listed in her information below.

This season in our lives is proving to be challenging on so many levels.  These offerings are given with the prayer that through multiple opportunities, we can saturate our hearts and lives with prayer for the benefit of our soul and to the glory of God.  May October be full of the presence of God as we pray, grow, witness and serve one another and the world! 

Peace, Pastor Lisa

 
Schedule for weekly Prayer Labyrinth Zoom* gatherings:  

Evening – Mondays, October 5, 12, 19 and 26     6:30-8:00 p.m.
Daytime – Tuesdays, October 6, 13, 20 and 27  10:00 – 11:30 a.m
        V.I.P. – Register Now to take part In the prayer labyrinth groups by contacting the church office, or emailing ldempsey@cokeschapel.org. Prayer Labyrinth group will receive a packet by Sunday, Oct. 3. Deadline to register is Wednesday, Sept. 30.

* Zoom – what is it and why should I learn to use it???  Learning to adapt and be the church is taking new forms: I, and others, are learning how great it is to see one another through on-line Zoom gatherings!  Surprisingly, Zoom brings a great experience of fellowship and seeing one another that  we have been missing during our sheltering in time.  I encourage you to make the effort to learn how to use Zoom on your computer so you can get the benefit of our weekly meetings. We will send a separate notice with instructions and have a practice session for those interested. 


YOU are invited to be a PRAYER PARTNER! 
 
This Fall, we would like to invite YOU, the Cokes Chapel family, to partner with one another in prayer!  Participants will simply be paired with someone within the congregation (youth, child, or adult) and each of you will pray for one another from October through December. It’s that simple!  This is a great opportunity for all ages of our church family to care for one another through the loving act of prayer!
 
TO REGISTER:  Please email Kim Reindl at kim.reindl@gmail.com by September 27th!
 
Prayer Partners will be asked to:

  • communicate once a week via phone, text or email (TBD by each pair) to communicate prayer celebrations and needs
  • pray for each other daily—at a particular time or whenever the person comes to mind
  • participate in a once a month Zoom Gathering on prayer (you may connect via phone call, computer, or smart phone/tablet) which will include a monthly prayer focus, as well as time for a breakout session to see and/or talk with your Prayer Partner (Please DO NOT let this be a deterrent to participating!  It can be as easy as making a phone call.)
  • send a periodic (perhaps once a month) card or package to your Prayer Partner as a form of encouragement

 
Participants will be provided with:

  • a Prayer Packet with Prayer Partner information, information on different ways to pray, suggested questions for discerning prayer needs, and quotes and Scripture verses on prayer
  • once a month Leadership through a Zoom Gathering (Again, please DO NOT let this be a deterrent to participating!  It can be as easy as making a phone call.)

 
Schedule:

  • September—Registration (Registration DEADLINE is September 27th!)
  • Week of October 5th—Notification of Prayer Partner; Receipt of Prayer Packet
  • October 11th—Zoom Meeting @ 5:00-5:45 pm; Focus: Intercessory Prayer
  • November 8th—Zoom Meeting; Focus @ 5:00-5:45 pm: Visualization/Imaginative Prayer
  • December 13th—Zoom Meeting @ 5:00-5:45 pm; Focus: Prayer through Service/Creative Expression

 
ALL AGES are invited to participate!  Sharing and prayer will take place across the generations with all ages praying with and for one another, therefore, engaging in intergenerational discipleship.
 
REGISTER TODAY!!!  Please email Kim Reindl at kim.reindl@gmail.com.  Please include the names and contact information of all who will be participating.
 
I hope that you will join your faith family as we partner together in the formative and transformative power of prayer!

Worship Information
Pastor Lisa will be on vacation Sunday, Sept. 20 -27.  Worship on the 20th will be a message by Jennie Underwood. The Sunday worship on the 27th will be a musical worship service.
For Pastoral needs during Pastor vacation,  please contact Larry Carter at LarryCarter30263@charter.com or (770) 871-0051

Sunday, September 20th –  Jennie Underwood leading in-person worship
                                               Scripture:  Jude 1: 3-4; 17-19
                                               Message:  False Prophets and Believers

On-line and in person worship occur each week.  In-person begins at 9:00 am at the pavilion.  Should there be rain, you will receive an email by 8:00 am on Sunday.  You may bring your own seat for social distancing.  

 

PLANNING TO JOIN US FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP?
 we are now worshipping outside at the Pavilion across the street from the sanctuary. 

Thank you for continuing to show hospitality and concern for one another by adhering to our guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks until seated in your chair, as well as other items you can read about below. Bring: Waiver (see below); masks; seating of your choice; umbrella for shade; bug spray; hand sanitizer.  Finally, bring your heart ready and seeking God!

Waiver below, Please print, complete and bring it with you to Drive-In Worship
link to Worship waiver:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-19-Acknowledgement-and-Compliance-Waiver-for-Worship-1.pdf
for further information on Health guidelines:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Worship-Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf

Sunday, September 20 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot and Pavilion Worship  
Sunday, September 27 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot and Pavilion worship – Special Musical service 
Monday, September 28 – 9:30 AM – Staff Meeting – Pavilion
Wednesday, September 30 – 6:30 PM – Church Council Meeting – Pavilion
Thursday, October 1 – 7:00 PM – SPR Meeting – Pastor Lisa’s backyard (for social distance)
Monday, October 5 – Weekly Evening Labyrinth events start – 6:30-8:30 pm
Tuesday, October 6 – Weekly Daytime Labyrinth events start – 10-11:30 am
Tuesday, October 6 – Rain Date for SPR Meeting if not Oct. 1st – 6:00 pm
 – Pavilion

Notice:  Pastor Lisa will be on vacation, Sunday, Sept. 20 – Sept 27.  In case of a pastoral need, please contact Larry Carter at 770-871-0051 or LarryCarter30263@charter.net

Note For All Building Users:  Our guidelines from Church Council recommend meeting outside at this time.  Please reserve the Pavilion for your meetings or gatherings through the church office, wear masks and practice social distancing until we advise of a change. 
Remember to contact Brenda in the office to clear use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 

 

Special recognition for our Tuesday Bible study group.  I congratulate this group who completed the reading and study of the Gospel of Mark.  We began the end of May, 2019 and finished September 15.  We practiced reading, discernment, discussion with the purpose of gaining confidence in our abilities to read and understand before relying on commentaries and other helps.  Well done – it was a great time of learning and growing in the Word!


For many years our Jubilee Singers have been visiting the residents at Newnan Nursing and Rehabilitation Center every week.  We sing, visit, share an inspirational or funny story, pray, and often give little gifts.  
Due to the virus, we have not been able to go to the Center since the middle of March.  We want our friends to know how much we miss them.  If you would like to help, please write an encouraging  card/note to a resident.  Leave it unsealed, and bring it to church any Sunday, to UMW Sept. 17th, or to the church office mail slot. You can sign your name if you’d like, but also please include that you are from Cokes Chapel.  Please give your cards to Betsy Bagley or Brenda Hanes. Thank you for helping bring some joy to these sweet people.

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

There will be no Finance meeting this month unless the need should arise.  Finance will be working on projected income vs expenses for 2021 budget and the October Stewardship Program “Growing Our Faith Through GENEROSITY” for 2021.  Finance Chair is requesting committee members be diligent about checking emails and, if required, respond with a brief discussion.
 
Financial Snapshot for September: 
Income needed for projected budget:  $20,400.00
Income collected as of September 15, 2020: $12,487.29
 
Matthew 6: 21 “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”  Thank you for your heartfelt generous contributions.

Click on this at our website: cokeschapel.org to view ways to give a one time gift, or regularly
                        

MINISTRY MESSAGE:  INTER-GENERATIONAL & YOUTH MINISTRY, September 16, 2020: 
 
In Inter-generational Ministry, as we seek to open ourselves to God’s teaching through all the ages and stages of life, we will be offering a Fall focus on prayer.  This month we are inviting ALL ages within the Cokes Chapel Family to sign-up to be a Prayer Partner this fall!  (Please See Sign-Up Information in this G-Chat!)  All participants will be partnered with someone and you will be invited to pray for one another in the months of October-December.  Participants will receive a Prayer Packet with information and suggestions for prayer, as well as a once a month time of instruction and an opportunity to share with their partner.  Also this month, Pastor Lisa and I have been working on the design of our upcoming Labyrinth class which will be coming in October.  It is our hope that everyone will engage in these offerings as we seek to grow in faith and community through the practice of prayer.
 
In this week’s Inter-generational Sunday School lesson, we will read about the conversion of Paul as it is found in Acts 9:1-20.  The lesson focuses on how forgiveness and grace were instrumental in Paul’s conversion . If you would like to be included in the email list and receive this lesson, please contact Kim Reindl at kim.reindl@gmail.com.  Each lesson includes Bible facts to help enlighten your study, questions for thought and reflection, as well as opportunity for spiritual practice. 
 
Finally, in Youth Ministry, we will be gathering in person this Sunday for a day of fun and fellowship.  We will meet outdoors at Line Creek for a picnic and a time of hiking and catching up.  Our youth will also be informed about all of our fall plans that will allow for service, growth in faith, and times to build relationship together.
 
God is at work all around us!  May we hold each other by heart and lift each other by prayer as we journey together, and apart! 
With love,
Kim
(Kim Reindl, Director of Inter-generational, Youth & Children’s Discipleship; kim.reindl
@gmail.com)


BUILDING USE AND ENTRY

Reminder:  Cokes Chapel Childcare is now using the Worship Center for classrooms to accommodate our social distance requirements.

Due to our Child Safety Policy, until further notice, Monday-Friday, no entry allowed through the worship center doors between 6:00 am and 6:30 pm.  No exceptions.  Should you need to access the Worship Center, please check in through the CCCC office to gain entry.  

 

PRAYER TEAM

Cokes Chapel Prayer Team is praying for all of you. Your requests, concerns, and praises are important to us. Please let us know if you need anything or have a special prayer request. I am available and happy to pray with you by telephone or just be a listening ear. Please join us in daily praying for God to heal our world. Claim it in the powerful name of Jesus Christ and give thanks to God for all things. Contact Debbie at DebbieCarter30263@charter.net or 678-233-4980.  
 

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERSCURRENT

Jerry Chappell  (father of Nadja Williamson)
Allan and Nancy Kinnard (son and DIL of Margie Jones)
Dee Ruegge (mother of Brenda Minter)
Sally Jones (mother of Carol Ross)
Richard Harkins (brother of Roger Harkins)
Howard & Margie Jones
Caroline Huckaby
Leigh Cunningham (daughter-in-law (James) of Cornelia)
Craig Cox
Larry & Debbie Carter
Bob Caldwell, father of Lorraine Burt
Bill Carter, brother of Sandy Cavender
Van Askew
Mike Kimball
Betty, sister of Carole Smith
Dylan, grandson of Carole & Larry Smith
Mitchell Flynn, Sr., father of Mickey Flynn
Betsy, daughter of Margie Jones
Nancy Lenard

ONGOING PRAYERS

Jim Pelot, friend of Dempsey’s
Jeff Kemmerer (Sherrie Kemmerer’s husband and Sandra Oliver’s son-in-law)
Stan Smith, Marcia Smith’s husband
Jerry Freeman
Roger Harkins
Cera Carter
Mick Moore
Pastor Wayne Ellis, Robin & Family 
Jones Family, Howard & Margie, etal
Glenn Etheridge (Pastor)

SYMPATHY

Our sympathy to Brenda Hagen in the loss of her brother, Ray Massengill.

Prayers for the coast line of Florida. Alabama and Louisiana hit by the Hurricane Sally, and the surrounding areas dealing with flooding.  For the west coast fires, those serving and fighting these dangerous circumstances. For those feeling unrest and fear over social injustice, that peace would reign and violence would stop. Prayers our children and youth as they resume school, for teachers and parents.  Prayers for our Child Care staff and families for continued health, protection and assistance in their daily school process.  Continue to pray for one another and for our country for comfort, peace, freedom from anxiety, depression and fear. May God surround, protect and bring us assurance of God’s almighty hand with us during this difficult time.

 
Show our Shut-ins some Love!  A note from you would brighten their day and make a difference.  You don’t even have to “know” them, just sign the card, “your Coke’s Chapel Family”.
 
Consider sending one card each week to rotate through the list, and let the Cokes Chapel love shine out!
 
Marie Allen 355 Millard Farmers Industrial Blvd. Apt. 212 Newnan, GA 30263
Jerry Freeman 28 Sweetwater Place, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-1882
Jerry & Del Lenox 45 Soliel Ct. Sharpsburg, GA 30277-2307
Mick Moore 4661 Highway 34E, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-3509
Merlene Smith 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd.c/o Benton House Newnan, GA. 30263
Claudette Schunk 519 Perkins Rd. Apt. 222 Palmetto, GA. 30268-2365
Joyce Taylor 152 Riva Ridge Ln   Newnan, GA 30263-6713
Al Warren 14 Hampshire Ln   Newnan, GA 30265-6058
 
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G Chat September 9, 2020

Something to Look Forward To!        
 
This tops any breaking news of the day, is richer than the best Ice Cream flavor of the month, and better for the soul than we can imagine!

What could that be?  Well, it is a combination of things:  First is the joy of seeing a project move from construction to completion.  Mix in the awareness that the Holy Spirit was in the midst of our Visioning in January and February of 2019 to bring about the idea of Cokes having a Prayer Labyrinth surfaced March of 2019.  A treat for the soul as the Holy Spirit revealed used our Youth, Jackson Smith, and his Eagle Scout project and interest in labyrinth’s to build one for Cokes and community use.

Better for the soul than we can imagine – each of the sightings of God in this journey, and now the potential that this labyrinth has for the soul life it can foster.  By taking a walk, listening, reflecting, and praying, God comes near in profound ways.

Anticipation is one of the best spirit builders I know.  Anticipate with me, our October offerings of Zoom Labyrinth “gatherings” that prepare you for a personal labyrinth walk each week of October, beginning the week of Oct. 5.  There will be DAY and EVENING zoom gatherings that complement your individual weekly walk.  Sign-ups for zoom gatherings begin next week, Sept. 17.

The Holy Spirit is hovering, touching, and directing us forward.  Let us continue in faithful prayer and practice, remaining in step with the unfolding Kingdom of God with us.  While this is a hard time, it is also a time when the purpose and love of God are being revealed.  Just look.  See.  Embrace.  Souls in harmony with God are such a beautiful outworking of God’s presence!

Like I ended last week – This is the Good News!  Plan now to be part of this moving and dynamic time in which we are in touch with God in personal and life-affirming ways. I call that fun!  
Peace, Pastor Lisa    

Worship Information

Sunday, September 13th, Scripture – Psalm 86:11-17
                                            Sermon – “When Opposition Rises”
On-line and in-person worship occur each week.  The in-person begins at 9:00 am at the pavilion.  Should there be rain, you will receive an email by 8:00 am on Sunday.  You may bring your own seat for social distancing.  

PLANNING TO JOIN US FOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP?
 we are now worshipping outside at the Pavilion across the street from the sanctuary. 

Thank you for continuing to show hospitality and concern for one another by adhering to our guidelines of social distancing, wearing masks until seated in your chair, as well as other items you can read about below. Bring: Waiver (see below); masks; seating of your choice; umbrella for shade; bug spray; hand sanitizer.  Finally, bring your heart ready and seeking God!

If you are new to Drive-in Worship and have not filled out an Individual worship Waiver below, Please print and fill It in and bring it with you to Drive-In Worship.  We take your health seriously!  With your help, we will maintain records of attendance should we be required to notify you.  Your participation in bringing the Waiver, safe distancing, masks on, etc. will allow us to keep one another out of harm’s way during this pandemic. Let’s do our best!

Please click on the following link to print the Worship waiver:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/COVID-19-Acknowledgement-and-Compliance-Waiver-for-Worship-1.pdf
for further information on Health guidelines:
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Worship-Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf
https://www.cokeschapel.org/hp_wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Guidelines-for-Individuals.pdf

BIBLE STUDY RESUMES!  We are now meeting by Zoom, a live, online computer-based source designed so we can see and hear one another – our first meeting was wonderful!  We are currently completing the book of Mark, with each study a “stand-alone” discussion.  Tuesdays, 10:00 am, bring your bible and prepare for a great learning discussion.  Led by Pastor Lisa.  Interested? Contact Lisa at ldempsey@cokeschapel.org to get your invitation. 

UPPER ROOM DEVOTIONAL  SEPTEMBER edition now available for pickup at the Pavilion from the box marked “Upper Room”.  Pick up your daily devotional today!  This is one way we can remain in the same heart as we share the daily readings together.

Sunday, September 13 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive in” Outdoor Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Monday, September 14 – Staff Meeting 9:30 AM – Pavillion
Tuesday, September 15 – 10:00 AM – Bible Study by Zoom contact Pastor Lisa … ldempsey@cokeschapel.org
Wednesday, September 16 – 6:30 PM – Childcare Board Meeting – Fellowship Hall/Pavillion
Thursday, September 17 – 6:30 PM – UMW Meeting – Fellowship Hall/Pavillion TBD
Sunday, September 20 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot “drive in” And Pavilion Worship – arrive early 8:30 for parking
Sunday, September 27 – 9:00 AM – Parking Lot and Pavilion worship – Special Musical service 
Monday, September 28 – 6:30 PM – Finance Committee Meeting – Fellowship Hall/Pavillion
Tuesday, September 29 – 10:00 AM – Bible Study by Zoom contact Pastor Lisa … ldempsey@cokeschapel.org
Wednesday, September 30 – 6:30 PM – Church Council Meeting – Fellowship Hall/Pavillion

Notice:  Pastor Lisa will be on vacation, Sunday, Sept. 20 – Sept 27.  In case of a pastoral need, please contact Larry Carter at 770-871-0051 or LarryCarter30263@charter.net

Note For All Building Users:  Our guidelines from Church Council recommend meeting outside at this time.  Please reserve the Pavilion for your meetings or gatherings through the church office, wear masks and practice social distancing until we advise of a change. 
As we return to gatherings and meetings please remember to contact Brenda in the office to clear use of the pavilion and assure your use is placed on the office calendar and on-line calendar. 

 


For many years our Jubilee Singers have been visiting the residents at Newnan Nursing and Rehabilitation Center every week.  We sing, visit, share an inspirational or funny story, pray, and often give little gifts.  
Due to the virus, we have not been able to go to the Center since the middle of March.  We want our friends to know how much we miss them.  If you would like to help, please write an encouraging card/note to a resident.  Leave it unsealed, and bring it to church any Sunday, to UMW Sept. 17th, or to the church office mail slot. You can sign your name if you’d like, but also please include that you are from Cokes Chapel.  Please give your cards to Betsy Bagley or Brenda Hanes. Thank you for helping bring some joy to these sweet people.

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE REPORT

Financial Snapshot for September: 
Income needed for projected budget:  $20,400.00
Income collected as of September 9, 2020: $7867.29
 
We will start the budget process for 2021 this week.  Please pray for God’s guidance and discernment regarding our church next year and in the future.  As always we appreciate your faithfulness and generosity.  God is good all the time!  Amen

Important news:  Trustees and Finance are now preparing Cokes Chapel to renew our loan for the Child Care Center and Youth House.  The bank will review our financial picture and other aspects of the church.  At this time, particularly, it is important to reflect consistent, stable giving.  

Click on this at our website: cokeschapel.org to view ways to give a one time gift, or regularly
                        

Your Communion offering at work:
A Special note of thanks:
  A heartfelt thank you to Cokes Chapel for assisting in payment on my car note.  I am a single parent, working, and find it difficult to make ends meet.  Your generosity made a difference in my month and in my ability to go to work. Thank you!


BUILDING USE AND ENTRY

Reminder:  Cokes Chapel Childcare is now using the Worship Center for classrooms to accommodate our social distance requirements.

Due to our Child Safety Policy, until further notice, Monday-Friday, no entry allowed through the worship center doors between 6:00 am and 6:30 pm.  No exceptions.  Should you need to access the Worship Center, please check in through the CCCC office to gain entry.  

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PRAYER TEAM

Cokes Chapel Prayer Team is praying for all of you. Your requests, concerns, and praises are important to us. Please let us know if you need anything or have a special prayer request. I am available and happy to pray with you by telephone or just be a listening ear. Please join us in daily praying for God to heal our world. Claim it in the powerful name of Jesus Christ and give thanks to God for all things. Contact Debbie at DebbieCarter30263@charter.net or 678-233-4980.  
 

IN OUR HEARTS & PRAYERSCURRENT

Allan and Nancy Kinnard (son and DIL of Margie Jones)
Dee Ruegge (mother of Brenda Minter)
Sally Jones (mother of Carol Ross)
Richard Harkins (brother of Roger Harkins)
Howard & Margie Jones
Caroline Huckaby
Leigh Cunningham (daughter-in-law (James) of Cornelia)
Craig Cox
Larry & Debbie Carter
Bob Caldwell, father of Lorraine Burt
Bill Carter, brother of Sandy Cavender
Van Askew
Mike Kimball
Betty, sister of Carole Smith
Dylan, grandson of Carole & Larry Smith
Mitchell Flynn, Sr., father of Mickey Flynn
Betsy, daughter of Margie Jones
Nancy Lenard

ONGOING PRAYERS

Jim Pelot, friend of Dempsey’s
Jeff Kemmerer (Sherrie Kemmerer’s husband and Sandra Oliver’s son-in-law)
Stan Smith, Marcia Smith’s husband
Jerry Freeman
Roger Harkins
Cera Carter
Mick Moore
Pastor Wayne Ellis, Robin & Family 
Jones Family, Howard & Margie, etal
Glenn Etheridge (Pastor)
 

Prayers for our children and youth as they resume school, for teachers and parents who are guiding and supporting this new kind of learning.  Prayers for our Child Care staff and families for continued health, protection and assistance in their daily school process.  Continue to pray for one another and for our country for comfort, peace, freedom from anxiety, depression and fear. May God surround, protect and bring us assurance of God’s almighty hand with us during this difficult time.

 
Show our Shut-ins some Love!  A note from you would brighten their day and make a difference.  You don’t even have to “know” them, just sign the card, “your Coke’s Chapel Family”.
 
Consider sending one card each week to rotate through the list, and let the Cokes Chapel love shine out!
 
Marie Allen 355 Millard Farmers Industrial Blvd. Apt. 212 Newnan, GA 30263
Jerry Freeman 28 Sweetwater Place, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-1882
Jerry & Del Lenox 45 Soliel Ct. Sharpsburg, GA 30277-2307
Mick Moore 4661 Highway 34E, Sharpsburg, GA 30277-3509
Merlene Smith 25 Newnan Lakes Blvd.c/o Benton House Newnan, GA. 30263
Claudette Schunk 519 Perkins Rd. Apt. 222 Palmetto, GA. 30268-2365
Joyce Taylor 152 Riva Ridge Ln   Newnan, GA 30263-6713
Al Warren 14 Hampshire Ln   Newnan, GA 30265-6058
 
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