Peachtree City Library, Children's Section - The Fayette Navigator Team will be hosting a Parent to Parent of Georgia presentation on Understanding Parental Rights in regards to special education law on Feb 24, 2 p.m.. Participants can expect to gain knowledge about parent rights and understand some ways to ensure your child receives a free and appropriate education in the least restrictive environment. For more information contact Raissa Chandler at (770) 713-6731 or by email at email@example.com www.p2pga.org.
The men of Holly Grove AME Church will host its annual Men’s Day Celebration Service on Feb. 24, at 3 p.m. The eloquent Bishop Frank C. Cummings, retired sixth district AMEC bishop will be the guest speaker. This year’s theme is ‘A Workman Approved by God’ from 2 Timothy 2:21. Lunch will be served immediately following the 10:30 a.m. service. Please join us in fellowship at Holly Grove AME Church for this occasion. For further information, please contact Bro. Tony Harper at 678-817-9900.
The South Metro Rose Society will meet Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. at the Heritage Bank at 440 N. Jeff Davis Drive in Fayetteville. All rose growers from novice to expert are invited to attend free of charge. SMRS is proud to host the Vice Director for the Deep South District of the ARS, Phil Paul. His program is titled, "It's Fun Growing Roses in the South" and will cover rose growing basics. Mr.Paul is a Consulting Rosarian who grows about 70 roses in Florida and has won numerous awards for his contributions to the world of rose growing. This is an excellant opportunity for anyone interested in growing roses for the first time. As usual, Master and Consulting Rosarians will be available to answer questions on any rose topic. For information call 678-545-1990.
The Fayette County Parks & Recreation Department will be holding volleyball registration, for girls in grades 5 – 12, between Feb. 25 and March 7. Spaces are limited, and typically fill up early. Player fees start at $40 and include a team shirt. The volleyball season will be held from mid-March through the end of May. For more information, call 770-716-4320 or visit 980 Redwine Rd. in Fayetteville during weekdays from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Fayette County Parks & Recreation Department Youth & High School Volleyball Leagues Registration: Feb. 25 - March 7 (or until full) Limited space available so be sure to register early! Call Parks and Recreation or visit www.fayettecountyga.gov/parks.
Public Hearing on proposed school closures, new boundaries – Feb. 25, at 7 p.m., at Sams Auditorium (205 Lafayette Drive, Fayetteville). The proposed elementary and middle school boundaries are available in the “What’s in the News” center section of the Fayette County Board of Education’s main page at www.fcboe.org.
The Prostate Cancer Information Group will meet at Piedmont-Fayette Hospital on Feb. 26. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Cancer Wellness Center in the 1267 Building, 3rd floor. Use the Outpatient/West Entrance. The program will be a talk on Robotic Surgery for Prostate Cancer by Scott Miller, MD of Georgia Urology. Men (and their partners) with concerns about prostate cancer are encouraged to attend. The Prostate Cancer Information Group is sponsored by The American Cancer Society and Us TOO, International. For information call Jim O'Hara at 770-632-2898.
Over 40 Females, a nationwide organization created to give women over forty a platform to be heard, to network and encourage with the motto “Connect, Encourage, Inspire” will launch the Greater Atlanta area chapter on Tuesday, Feb. 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Due South Southern Cuisine, 302 Glover Reach in Peachtree City. The Greater Atlanta Chapter Director is Sheila L. Agnew McCoy, entrepreneur, author and peer coach with extensive experience in mentoring and coaching women through self-development programs, including seminars and workshops on reinventing, reconnecting and embracing the aging experience.
A six-week boot camp designed to improve your health and fitness regardless of your starting point. Feb. 26 - March 28 - Interval training combined with light weight training will provide maximum calorie burn and health benefits. The program is designed to meet the fitness needs and goals of a diverse group (age / fitness level). For more information, call 770-716-4320 or visit 980 Redwine Rd. in Fayetteville during weekdays from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Advance registration is due no later than the Friday before first class.
CERT Program Registration through Feb. 26. Only a few slots still available! The PTC Police will host a 10-week Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program on Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 9:00 p.m., beginning March 7. Learn vital information to prepare for hazards that may affect our community and participate in a mock disaster exercise. Free program, but limited class size. Applications at www.peachtree-city.org/CERT (click on the “download and submit application” text link at the bottom of the page).
The Piedmont Fayette Hospital town hall meeting will be held Feb. 28 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Fayette Chamber of Commerce - 600 West Lanier Ave., Suite 205, Fayetteville. The meeting is open to the public and should last approximately two hours.
Piedmont Fayette Hospital Town Hall Meeting Feb. 28, 5:30 p.m., at the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce (600 W. Lanier Street, Suite 250, Fayetteville). Piedmont Healthcare recently conducted a community health needs assessment for Piedmont Fayette Hospital, with a wide range of community leaders sharing ideas on local health issues. The information was complied with other data sources to create a community health needs assessment report. Piedmont Fayette Hospital will share the findings from the report and hold a discussion of future action plans, and dinner will be served. The public is welcome but asked to make a reservation. To RSVP please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 770-719-6060.