Nancy M. Young: 4-14-18
Published 2:53 pm Saturday, April 14, 2018
Visitors with former relatives visit Ellaville
I received a phone call about two weeks ago from Nan McPherson of Pelham. She had found out about the local historical society and wanted to come and research the history of her family. She and her daughter Betsy McPherson drove from Pelham and met me at the Schley County Courthouse. We talked awhile about their relatives and then toured the courthouse.
After discussing the history of the city and county they visited the Clerk of Court’s Office in the Schley County Government Center to see Cathy Royal.
Nan McPherson is planning to donate some photos to the Ellaville-Schley County Historical Society.
Rainbow Garden Club Yard of the Month
The Ellaville Rainbow Garden Club has chosen Shot and Sandra McDaniel’s yard for the month of April.
It was decorated so pretty for Easter and spring time. The Yard of the Month Sign is placed in the yard.
GED classes open to the public
The South Georgia Technical College Adult’s Education Program is open to the public. These special classes are being held in the Ellaville City Center (next door to the City Hall).
All classes are free. The schedule for the classes are from 8 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Classes are also held from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.
For more information call 937-2025 or go by and speak to the teacher.
Ellaville Methodist Church sponsors Pancake Supper
The Ellaville United Methodist Church hosts a special Pancake Supper from 5:30-7:30 p.m. April 17 in the church Fellowship Hall.
Pancakes will be served with all the trimmings. Prices are adults/$7 and children ages 4 to 11/$4 and a special family price two adults and three children/$20. All children age 3 and under eat free.
You may eat in the church or you may carry out your meals.
This supper benefits the upcoming 160th church anniversary celebration in October.
McCorkles Easter dinner
Dwight and Mary Ellen McCorkle hosted the McCorkle and Collins Easter dinner at their home in Ellaville.
Those that attended this special event were Billy and Elene McCorkle, Bill and Cookie Schueler of Macon, Bryant and Dinah Collins of Pelham, Roy McCorkle, Dwight Schueler of Macon, Bryant and Mandy Sawyer and their children Billy and Crystal, Danny and Brenda Gail Wall of Leesburg, and the hosts.
Mary Ellen served her traditional rack of lamb and baked ham and all the trimmings. Desserts were provided by Dinah Collins, Cookie Schueler, Stephanie Holloway and Mary Ellen.