Goldonna News: August 16, 2023

The Village of Goldonna gathered at the Assembly of God Church on Friday, August 11th. The special guest preacher was Brother George Procell of River of Life Church. Almost every pew was filled with residents who gathered to hear the beautiful worship music provided by area residents. The night ended with a powerful prayer service and a hot meal that was enjoyed by everyone.

Lakeview Junior Senior High School announces the following: All students who drive to school will park on the Junior High side, softball field area. All parents who drop off students will drop them off in front of the cafeteria. School uniform colors are forest green and khaki/navy pants for high school. The junior high will be wearing orange tops and khaki/navy pants. No hoodies, the school wants to be able to see your beautiful face.

Goldonna Elementary Elementary Junior High School would like to remind everyone that all backpacks must be clear of mesh. For the safety of your children, students may not be dropped off prior to 7:20am. The carline gate is not open until that time.

The theme for the 2023-2024 school year is “My story starts here.” Everyone has a story and Goldonna Elementary Junior High is part of it.

Goldonna Assembly of God will be hosting Johnathan Bond on August 17-18th at 6:30 in the evening. Mr. Bond is a singer and published author who will be sharing his testimony as well as leading worship. The night of the 17th will consist of group grief counseling with Jonathan Bond. Mr. Bond is a 25 year experienced counselor with Emory Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. He specializes in cognitive behavior, acceptance and commitment, and bereavement.

August 18th services will consist of Mr. Bond’s testimony and worship. For more information you may call 318-471-7191.

Goldonna Baptist Church is still getting ready to deck the halls with Operation Christmas Child boxes. The church has a goal of packing three hundred boxes. I heard from a little birdie that they are very proud of the Pastor and his lofty goal. If you want to be on Santa’s Nice List get your donations in today. They are still collecting items leading up to the community packing party that will take place in November.

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