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Page 4A .Thursday, May 12. 2005 A Section o-f, jo. . co..,| I ~'~bl Ahnall;ic l aq Acck ~J,c~lht r Iliqw~ '4flu %l~.m ( h;irt tli~ ~%'~*k UPCOMING EVENTS REGULAR MEETINGS CHURCH EVENTS 7 i:! / MINGLIN' WiTH MILDRED -Mildred Dye Good Manners I wrote this column 22 years ago at this time of year when special occasions were being celebrated. It means the same today as it did all those many years ago. Have you remembered someone and he or she didn't remember you with an acknowl- edgement? Read and enjoy. It doesn't matter how many new ideas we have, or how many computers we use, good manners should never change. Remembering people with good deeds, saying, 'Thank you,' when someone takes the time to remember, and being kind to others, should always be a part of our lives. Being friendly to others and using the words, 'Thank you,' more every day should be the only change in good manners. This is the season for graduations, weddings, and showers. It is a time of happiness and a time for sending invitations to tell the good news. Lots of invitations will be sent to families, relatives, and friends. Those receiving them will express their appreciatioli by sending gifts to the graduates, and brides- to-be. Lots of gifts will be bought. Time will be spent picking the appropriate gift for the occasion. Each gift will be wrapped, packed, and sent so that it will be received on a special day. Lots of these gifts will never be acknowledged. The sender won't know if the gift was received, and will never be thanked for taking time to send it. I believe if a person has the time to send invitations, he should take the time to acknowledge the reply whether it be a gift or a card of congratulations. The excuse, "I didn't know I was supposed to send a thank you note," is ridiculous. A person should have found oul how to say thank you the same way he learned to send invitations. Never should the gift be ignored because the receiver didn't like it. The sender didn't have to send anything. Most people don'tcare whether they receive a hand-written note when they send a gift, but they would like to know it was received. This is especially true when gifts are sent from the stores where they were purchased. A couple of years ago, I sent a gift to a neighbor, which was sent by the store. When the gift wasn't acknowledged, I wondered if the store sent it. Later, I saw the neighbor in another store. She said she would have acknowledged the gift, but she didn't know my address... Good manners are still in style for those of us who fail to acknowledge invitations to parties, showers or luncheons. If the invitation denotes a reply is needed, we should by all means let the host or hostess know if we will attend. Your answer will save someone a lot of work and expense. If you have been asked to help out in any way, or you have a part on the program, please let the host or hostess know if you will attend. Don't be surprised if you arrive at a place sometime and find the host or hostess has made other plans when you failed to acknowledge an invitation - whether this be a red-hot story or just a get together. The season for graduations, wedffmgs, and parties is in full swing. This is a happy time. If you are one of those who will be honored with gifts and invitations, remember the words, 'Thank you', are a must and will never go out of style. Thursday Fridav turday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wedn ]ay I :t lk qoit k hill) (bl,:ly Isd t" t II.) l ltlt) l fil) 4L4 434 5 Sinclair 3~0 338,8(,) All tull Ix~l~ ,;~t'~ la!~'st I~;k~' Lt,~li,~ ?;I.fJ~.ti. !~:lTl~lll, M~lel -i:~3pa 4: ]:1;t ~l,fli, l]:J.t 1) Iff 'l'hti : 57 81:55I}0tt" Frl v 52 0( F utda) 4"7, 81: if)01 " om 'A I; qid ll l,x . ......... IS... : {X'l flnrt" $2,m it the Y ;'ar ..-2 ]Y' [niei,~t~ Hiilh~a} 10 n~a ',..:ass O:r l@. r;z ti:tdioli ~i~ki~i/lt iitt,ttit~ll 6;358m 8: lXm, 11:33am 1:31a.m II luill !1 .......... iiii1 .......... illillllllr- Illlllll ffl f ......... The deifies Gadd's Animal Doctors of Gray WW~N,I Andy Fields Computer Barn Gary McDanlel Construction AND ABO T I Youth football camp scheduled here The Jones County Youth Football Skills Camp has been scheduled June 13-17 for ages 8 to 14. The camp site will be at the Jones CounW High School football field,, The osti ,,$69. Eoir more information, contact Coach Travis Lawson at 986-9613, or tlawson67@alltel.net. Trade Days Saturday Second Saturday Trade Days will be held May 14 at Carol's Park featuring music by David Gault. Career Expo to be held The Milledgeville Regional Career Expo is coming to the Centennial Center of Georgia College and State University on Clark Street in Milledgeville Thursday, May 12, 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Over 60 employers are expected to attend. For more information, contact Lynn Stanelle 478-445-5465. Jones County Bank celebrates 100 years The Jones County Bank will celebrate its 100th anniversary of serving Haddock and Jones Coun~ Sunday, May 15, 2 to 4 p.m. Exchange Club to hold auction May 21 The Exchange Club of Jones County will hold its annual auction May 21 at 10 a.m. atThe Bradley Wayside Auction. Merchandise may be previewed from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Kiwanis Tour of Homes scheduled Saturday Jones county Kiwanis Club Tour of Homes will be held May 14. Tickets are $25 and available at all area ba~s and from KiwalfiS Club members. Call 986-6208 for HAVE A CALENDAR EVENT TO SHARE? more information. Ole Clinton Opry this weekend Ole Clinton Opry presents The Masters' Touch, Lonesome Road Bluegrass, and Glory Bound Friday, May 13, 7-10 p.m. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. No alcohol or smoking is allowed. Al tle Exchange OAC to hold yard sale The Jones county OAC will hold a yard sale June 4 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the center behind Tri- County on 304 Old Clinton Road. The OAC is asking for donations for items to sale for the fund-raiser to support seniors in thecommunity. - Child seatbelt safety classes The Jones County Health Department will be giving educational materials and offering child passenger safety classes in an attempt to curb childhood deaths and promote correct sea|belt and child restraint use. For more information, call Monica Jackson, LPN at Jones County Health Department, 986-3164, 8: 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Pictorial History books Jones County's history is depicted in this hard-bound 100+ page book that is for sale now at The Jones County News. The book can be purchased at the News office Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. For more information call 986-3929. Crabb family to perform at God's Worship Center The Crabb Family will perform Saturday, May 28, 7 p.m. at God's Worship Center, 2675 Gray Highway. Tickets are $15, and the doors open at 5 p.m. Tickets will also be available at Macon Christian Bookstore and at the door on the night of the event. For more information, call 742-0784. Plentitude Baptist to hold "Cdebration Sunday" Plentitude Baptist Church recently began a 40-day journey as they studied Rick Warren's bestseller, The Purpose Driven. Life. As the church nears the completion of the exploration, they want to invite the public to a Celebration Sunday. Music, food and drinks will be available for a nominal fee and games will be free. Lunch will be available and games will start at 1 p.m. The event will take place May 22, 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Plentitude Family Life Center, Haddock Baptist Church to host events Haddock Baptist Church will host a sacred music concert May 15,6 p.m., featuring Kathleen Tully Bryant. The event will take place in the church's new sanctuary. For more information, call 932-5470. The Women's Enrichment Ministry of Haddock Baptist Church will host their annual garden party Saturday, May 14, 5 p.m. at Standing Rocks Farm, the home of Trisha Jordan. Tickets are $10 by reservation. For more information, call 932-5470. Terry Moody Kelleher Chiropractic Clinic Twin Lakes Therapy Dames Ferry LLC The local Rotary Club meets at the Landfall at Porter clubhouse every Thursday at 12 noon. The Exchange Club of Jones County meets at Wager's Grill and Bar every Wednesday at 12 noon. The Pioneer Club of New Hope Baptist Church meets at the church every Wednesday at 7 p.m. for youth of ages and all are invited to attend. Gary McDanlel Construction Home Sweet Home Builders (478) Lewis Insurance AI-Anon meets Sundays, Tuesdays andThursdays at8 p.m. atthe Jones County OAC building in Clinton. For info call 986-6690. Narconon offers out-patient help for drug and alcohol addiction. Local referrals and free assessments as well as out-patient rehabilitation are available. Call (877) 413-3073 The Old Clinton AA group meets Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 8 p.m. at the Jones County OAC in Old Clinton. State Farm Paul Sheets Franklin D. Lambi Jr., ! John Gibson 986-1562 Weight Watchers meets at Central Baptist Church, 3201 Graham Rd., Thursday, 7 p.m. The Jones County Kiwanis Club meets every Tuesday, 7 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall of Gray Baptist Church. Bug Robertl The Sincerity Lodge #430 meets the first and third Thursday of each month. The first Thursday's meeting time is 7:30 p.m., third Thursday's meetings are at 7:30 p.m. with a supper meal served at 7 p.m. Corm Rmlty Meetings, events, or activities you would like to have included on the Out & About calendar must be submitted before noon on Monday for that week of publication. Submissions may be called to 986-3929, or emailed to articles@jcnews.com.