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March 5, 2013

2012 Civic Groups (N-Z)

MOULTRIE — Below is information on Colquitt County's community organizations with names beginning with the letters N through Z, as published in the 2012 Community Guide.

As The Observer prepares the 2013 Community Guide, set for publication March 31, we are asking local groups to confirm their information below and email Adelia Ladson at adelia.ladson@gaflnews.com to either confirm or change it. If your group is not represented below, please email her to add it to the list. She can also be reached by phone at (229) 985-4545.

We cannot publish information on groups that don't contact us, so please get in touch with us. Deadline is Tuesday, March 12.

Civic Groups N-Z

Phi Beta Lambda

Contact: Pierre Rogers, advisor, 217-4224 or progers@moultrietech.edu, or Gerald Kwilecki, advisor, 217-4197 or gkwilecki@moultrietech.edu.

Purpose: To promote better business skills in college students through close work with local business leaders and through competitions in business skill events and to promote better civics and community relations through charitable work.

Activities: Community service projects throughout the year. The group competes at district, state and national levels, traveling to other colleges for competitions based on business fields like Web site design, public speaking, programming, accounting principles, finance, word processing, sales representation, telecommunications, marketing and management.

Meetings: Monthly at Moultrie Technical College.

Eligibility: Must be a student at Moultrie Technical College.

Dues: $10 (includes local, state and national dues).

Pilot Club

Contact: Norma McKellar at 985-6540.

Purpose: To improve the quality of life in communities throughout the world. Members perform varied hands-on service project with a special emphasis in the area of brain-related disorders.

Meetings: At 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at Western Sizzlin

Eligibility: Invitation only

Rotary Club

Meetings: 1 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Sunset Country Club

Eligibility: By invitation

Seedtime and Harvest Church

Address: 824 Northside Drive, Moultrie, Georgia 31768

Contact: Pastors Charles & Mary Hadley, (229) 217-0098, or e-mail hadleychas@aol.com

Purpose: To grow healthy families into God’s purposes and plans through teaching and preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Activities: Church teaching and preaching; family seminars and activities; elementary school tutoring for CRCT; food distribution for the needy; bus ministry; Sunday school teaching; men’s and women’s activities; children’s activities.

Meetings: Weekly worship service held on Sundays at 11 a.m.; pastoral teaching held on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.; Sunday school held at 9:45 a.m.; women’s home Bible study held on a monthly basis; men’s prayer breakfast held on a quarterly basis.

Eligibility: Everyone welcome.

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