Another gift from Allison! She writes…
A few more scraps of my family’s home movies, taken by my grandfather M.F. “Bubber” Adams, Jr., in and around Decatur in the 1940s and 1950s. These include WSB’s first TV transmitter, Decatur First Baptist Church, bits of Winnona Park, and probably the scooter you wish you had now.
Diane sends along this note from Emory’s Sustainability Initiative about a recycling event in the Decatur First Baptist Church parking lot this Saturday where you can recycle darn near everything! Hence, “Your Life”.
On Saturday, February 13, 2010 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Decatur parking lot, you can recycle your unwanted junk. Drop off your electronics, paper documents, batteries, clothing, furniture, toys and much more, and feel good about going GREEN! For the church address and a full list of accepted items please see below.
To download the flyer and share click here http://www.southeastgreen.com/pdf/recycle_your_life.pdf.
A complete list of accepted items after the jump.
Continue reading ““Recycle Your Life” This Saturday”
My wife and I were walking past First Baptist last night on our way to the Decatur Farmer’s Market when we saw these kids sliding through the trees on a huge tarp in the church’s front yard.
Being the intrepid journalist I am, I tried to yell over to see what sort of festival was going on, but unfortunately no one responded. (Just kidding, I didn’t even yell.)
Dave over at InDecatur reports from the “World’s Largest Yard Sale” at Decatur First Baptist this drizzly morning. The annual event runs through Saturday.
It’s like a living monument to “stuff.”