Cleve and I attended a screening yesterday for a movie that has been put together by New Song Community Church in California. To Save a Life is a film that deals with the heavy issues facing our teens: suicide, drinking, broken homes and abortion, just to name a few. The student ministry team at Warren Baptist Church is spearheading an effort to bring this film to Augusta when it debuts nationwide in January. You can watch the trailer at http://www.tosavealifemovie.com. If your church would be interested in helping to bring this movie to Augusta, call Grant Janik at (706) 860-1586.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:05 AM
The numbers are in and the Augusta area collected a total of 15,670 shoeboxes this year for Operation Christmas Child. This is an increase over last year. The Aiken area collected 7,943 which means a grand total of 23,613 children are being impacted by the Augusta-Aiken area.
Posted by John Bryant at 9:13 AM
Stanton Lanier will perform on the piano on Tuesday evening at the Morris Museum of Art as part of an evening of peace. This concert is also a benefit for Child Enrichment. Find out more about Stanton and the concert when he joins John and Cleve on Thursday at 6:10 and 7:40 AM.
Posted by John Bryant at 10:20 AM
About 500 Christmas trees will be given to Fort Gordon military families on Wednesday, December 2nd, courtesy of the Christmas Spirit Foundation, representing tree growers, and FedEx. The trees will be available to military ID card holders in the parking lot next to the Fort Gordon Dinner Theater. Start time is 8 am to 10 am, depending on the arrival of the FedEx trucks. For more information, contact Lynn Harshman at (706) 791-3880.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:49 AM
Mark Harris will be back in Augusta for a special Christmas concert this Friday evening at Warren Baptist Church. He'll join John and Cleve tomorrow morning at 7:10 and 8:40. Don't miss the conversation and your chance to win tickets to the show.
Posted by John Bryant at 12:51 PM
Cleve's 55th birthday was on Sunday, and I had a present waiting for him this morning. It was a gift bag with some carefully chosen items just for Cleve. The "Don't Forget My Senior Discount" visor will be perfect for his trips to McDonald's after table tennis matches. The Loud N Clear (as seen on TV) personal sound amplifier will help Cleve hear because his ears just aren't workin' like they used to. That's what 32 years of radio headphones will do to ya! Last but not least, I gave Cleve some Just for Men Touch of Gray for obvious reasons. Some friends gave him the "Cat Lover" coffee mug after his yearlong attempt to rid his house of a beloved cat. The Elmo was one of those "extras" since Cleve despises the furry creature. Not to worry, Evan will love playing with the Elmo balloon!
Posted by John Bryant at 9:25 AM
James Long of Augusta correctly guessed that the Cheapie of the Week is Healthy Choice Frozen Dinners. They are on sale at Kroger through Saturday (12/5) as a 5/$11 special. You can buy just one for $2.20. Use the printable $2 off coupon to get it for $.20 plus tax.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:47 AM