These Jenkins County churches invite you to attend services with your family this week. For more information on this directory call The Millen News at 982-5460.
There is an old adage which counsels us to be careful what we wish for, because we just might get it. That high-paying job we've been working so hard to get might be incredibly stressful, or the mortgage and upkeep on our dream home might put us in the poorhouse.
In loving memory of my Daddy, Averitt (Abe) Oglesby, and PaPa Who departed this life Sept. 18, 2006
A Father/Daughter Love "Goodbye Daddy" My Last Goodbye The life you gave me cannot be explained. The experiences, happiness, sorrow, joy and the pain, The memories can't be erased in my mind. The love I have for you forever frozen in time.
Our Dear Brother, Averitt (Abe) Oglesby Who departed this life September 18, 2006
The angels led you safely home. But you left some things behind, Treasured gifts beyond compare, Those of a special kind. You left your gift of love, You gave so faithfully. You left behind the ones you loved. Many cherished memories.
Click to show support for Park Project Millen Woman's Club and Millen Better Hometown have applied for a grant of $5,000 from Hamburger Helper Corp. to help fund improvements to the park behind the Millen Community House. A major factor in getting the grant is evidence of community support. You can show that support by going to the website http://www.
At last, it seems as though fall is in the air! The temperatures have cooled down and a very slight chill was in the air Sunday evening. However, it does appear some 90-degree days are still in the forecast the next few days.
Athens, Ga. - A La Niña watch has been issued by the Southeast Climate Consortium and the state climatologists of Alabama, Florida and Georgia. A watch means that conditions are likely for the development of a full-fledged La Niña event.
Mr. Kacey Arnold (Swamp Rat) Lane, 44, of Millen died Monday, Sept. 10, 2007 from injuries received in a farm accident. His funeral was held 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, at the Rosemary Baptist Church with the Revs. Mike Dann and David Mullis officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery.
Marjorie May Rapp Fluck, 91, of Easton, Northampton County, Pa. and North Charleston, S.C. died Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2007 of Alzheimer's Disease in the Jenkins County Hospital. Graveside services were held 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at Carolina Memorial Park in North Charleston.