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GHS Bulletin — Tues., Feb. 28 — Black Day

Seniors: One common application for 25 local scholarships is now available. Deadline to return them is March 1st. 3-1

Seniors: A scholarship list and deadline dates may now be accessed on the schools website. 2-28

Students: James Russell will be involved in a weeklong visit to Guatemala during the first week of March. He will

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GHS Bulletin — Mon., Feb. 27 — Red Day

Seniors: One common application for 25 local scholarships is now available. Deadline to return them is March 1st. 3-1

Seniors: A scholarship list and deadline dates may now be accessed on the schools website. 2-28

A Jostens representative will be here today at 8:00am to meet with sophomores regarding senior rings. Students will be dismissed

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Gallatin Bulletin: Friday, February 24, 2006 — Black Day

Teachers:

Morning supervision for 2/27-3/3 is: Mrs Prewitt-C, Mrs. Adkison-G, Mrs. Sprague-H.

Students:

Seniors: One common application for 25 local scholarships is now available. Deadline to return them is March 1st. 3-1

Seniors: A scholarship list and deadline dates may now be accessed on the schools website. 2-28

A Jostens

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Gallatin Bulletin: Thursday, February 23, 2006 — Red Day

Teachers:

Morning supervision for 2/27-3/3 is: Mrs Prewitt-C, Mrs. Adkison-G, Mrs. Sprague-H.

Students:

PSF Community Scholarship application is also available; five $500 awards will be awarded. Due date is March 3, 2006.

Seniors: One common application for 25 local scholarships is now available. Deadline to return them is March 1st. 3-1

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Gallatin Bulletin: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 — Black Day

Teachers:

Morning supervision for 2/21-2/24 is: Mr. Strasser-C, Mrs. Prather-G, Ms. St. John-H.

Students:

Attention all Thespians: Try-outs for the high school play “Outta Control” will be held today at 3:00pm in Mrs. Heather McNeely’s classroom. If you would like to pre-read the play before auditions you may check out a script

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Gallatin First Christian

At the morning worship services Pastor Russ Hamilton gave the message, "A Fresh Start," from Isaiah 43:18-25 and Mark 2:1-12. Wanda Batson gave the children’s message at the second service and Pastor Russ at the first service.

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Olive Baptist

Bro. David’s Sunday morning message was "Firm, Fixed and Immovable," from I Corinthians 15:58 and II Corinthians 5:9-11.

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Liberty Baptist

Brother Doug continued his message on "Got Lovin" from 1 Corinthians 13. Julie Lupfer gave the children’s sermon.

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Winston First Baptist

"Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light on my path," from Psalms 119:105. The choir had the special music, "He Keeps Me Singing Melody." Rev. Green’s message was "When We Disobey God," from Acts 5:1-11.

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Pattonsburg Christian

Scripture reading was from Luke 8:4-18. Dr. Ben Awbrey’s sermon was "You are Pleasing to God," from Matthew 22:1-14.

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Gallatin First Assembly of God

God’s promise for you this week, "I will give you the keys of the Kingdom, and whatever you bind on earth shall bound in Heaven." Memory verse, Matthew 16:18-19. Brother Lint’s message was, "Kingdom Keys," from Matthew 16:13-19.

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Seventh-day Adventist

Church at Study Bible Lesson was "The Royal Love Song," based on the Song of Solomon.

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Gallatin United Methodist

The children’s choir, under the direction of Emily Michener, provided special music. Pastor Richard’s sermon was entitled, "New Thing."

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Jameson First Baptist

Rev. Paul Persell’s morning message was "How Much Do You Love Me?" from John 21:15-17.

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Pattonsburg First Baptist

The "40 Days of Purpose" study continues at 10 a.m. during the Sunday School hour. We were happy to have the Pattonsburg FFA Chapter as guest at the morning worship service. Puppeteer Alyssa Lambert brought the special, "Amarillo Sky."

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Fairview Community

Bro. Davis’ message today was "Just Act Like It" from Romans 12.

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Pattonsburg Charge United Methodist

Pastor Ron’s sermon was based on Isaiah 43:18-25, II Corinthians 1:18-22 and Mark 2:1-12.

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