HamCram class cancelled, Jan. 18The HamCram Technician Amateur License class scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18 has been cancelled. The regular, bi-monthly Amateur Radio Licensing testing session will be held at 9 a.m. on Jan. 18 at BCFD Station #7, 144 Colwell Road.

For test session information or to register contact W4DED at 404-644-6585 or visit www.bcgaares.org. For information about the radio club contact K3GWK at 770-957-0779.

Bluegrass Gospel Concert, Jan. 18The Servers will present an evening of bluegrass gospel music at 6 p.m. at Liberty Baptist Church on Saturday, Jan. 18. This group, featuring Kelly McCard, has been Liberty’s guests many times over the years. They always bring a spirit-filled evening with their music and testimony, Refreshments will be served afterwards. Liberty Baptist Church is located at 3043 High Falls Road in Jackson. Call 478-972-0730 for directions or more information.

Gospel Concert, Jan. 19

The Ole Country Church would like to invite the community to its first gospel concert of 2020. The Heirborn Quartet will be here on Sunday, Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. to minister in song. We hope you can join us here at the church which is located at 2649 Hwy 155 N., McDonough, GA 30252.

Butts County Historical Society, Jan. 23The Butts County Historical Society invites the public to their regular meeting at 7 p.m. at the Daughtry Building. Marian “Vonnie” McCormick, Principal Chief of the Lower Muskogee Creek Trive, and her husband, Nealie McCormick, Chairman Council on American Indian Affairs of Georgia and Police Chief of Pelham, will speak on the history of the Lower Muskogee Nation as well as their current existence as recognized by the state of Georgia. Bring a friend and learn about the treaties which followed the Treaty of 1825 signed by Chief William McIntosh of the Upper Creek Tribe, which began the native people’s removal and the Trail of Tears.

Henderson Town Hall Meeting, Jan. 25The Jackson-Butts NAACP will hold a Henderson Town Hall Meeting from 12-2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25 at Greater Bethel Community Church, 604 N. Oak Street in Jackson. All are invited to attend.

American LegionAmerican Legion Post 102 in Jackson, the Findley Gray Post, meets the first Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Daughtry Building, 221 E. College Street.

Cookbooks availableWellStar Sylvan Grove Hospital Volunteer Services is selling cookbooks for $13. For more information, call 678-618-4892.

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