gone2far org

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- The Gone 2 Far Movement is a national coalition of pro-family organizations and activists, formed to educate the public about the dangers of HR5, the "Equality Act," which would protect and promote homosexuality and transgenderism to children under federal law by adding these behaviors to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. HR5 has been given top priority by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who wants it passed by "Gay Pride" month in June, and so G2F urges the public to call their member of congress NOW to oppose it.

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COTU's next meeting will again be held at Pizza Inn located on Ann Street in Pickens on Tuesday May 14th at 7 p.m.

We hope you will attend and bring a friend or two!

Gerald Wilson the Pickens County Administrator will be our guest speaker for the evening, and this is a good opportunity for you to ask any questions related to our county affairs! Special interest is lately is the budget for the upcoming year, taxes, the report in the paper that Haygood Mill is losing money , economic development, protection of private property rights, etc. Get your questions ready!

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Washington Center Runners

Washington Center’s PTA recently hosted a successful Run, Walk and Roll fundraiser.  This 13th annual event was held on the new campus Nature Trail to support the school’s multi-faceted program.  Families, community supporters and school staff participated in the inspiring event for entertainment, exercise, and enlightenment. 

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Two-year-old Jude Zukowsky sits in Fire Truck especially equipped for Greenville County Emergency Response Team during Sgt. Brian Donnelly Memorial Safety Awareness Day on Saturday, May 4 at the Eastside Family YMCA in Taylors, SC. This day is a day of honoring Sgt. Brian Donnelly for his loyal commitment and dedication to the safety of those in the upstate by sponsoring a Safety Awareness Day for the community.
Two-year-old Jude Zukowsky sits in Fire Truck especially equipped for Greenville County Emergency Response Team during Sgt. Brian Donnelly Memorial Safety Awareness Day on Saturday, May 4 at the Eastside Family YMCA in Taylors, SC. This day is a day of honoring Sgt. Brian Donnelly for his loyal commitment and dedication to the safety of those in the upstate by sponsoring a Safety Awareness Day for the community.
A young girl performs CPR on a rubber “dummy” as emergency medical personnel observes.
A young girl performs CPR on a rubber “dummy” as emergency medical personnel observes.
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Nite Line broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS-TV from 8 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. The program features local and/or nationally known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community events in the upstate.

Tune in to TV 16 for a lively celebration of our Lord and Savior during its encore presentation of classic Tent Revivals throughout the years.  This two-week tent revival presents inspirational preaching and spirited musical performances for these nights dedicated to praise and worship.  Each night of Tent Revival begins at 8 p.m.

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ChristianNews 5 06 19

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Attorney General's National Conference on Preventing Crime is being held in Tampa Bay Thursday, May 29th - Saturday, May 31st at the Marriott Resort Downtown Tampa. This Conference is designed to foster collaboration, communication and action among practitioners by sharing innovative ideas, research and study of crime, causative factors and prevention strategies unique to all communities. It will profile national initiatives and community strategies that have been successful in reducing violence and other inappropriate behavior. Special attention is directed toward positive approaches to the problems associated with juvenile crime. Resources for training, development and enhancement of crime prevention initiatives are included. {Source: Office of the Attorney General FL}

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Democrats led a sham hearing on the Equal Rights Amendment. The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties chose six panelists to argue the points in favor of the ERA. The panel was stacked in Democrats’ favor.  The panelists included two Democrat Congresswomen, one ERA activist, one liberal celebrity, and one professor of law.  While the professor, Elizabeth Foley, argued that the ERA would not hold up in court due to the seven-year deadline that passed in 1979, she expressed her support for the substance of the amendment. ERA opponents were shut out and not allowed to give testimony.

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