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Alice in Chains – “Sunshine” Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI, Aug 4. 2015 – Tour: 2015 Summer Tour
Named for Georgia poet and musician Sidney Lanier, Lake Lanier was created in the 1950s when the United States Army Corps of Engineers built Buford Dam for purposes that included flood control, power generation, and recreation. It is the primary source of water for Gwinnett County.
The lake has 692 miles of shoreline and is 26 miles long, covering almost 47 miles of the original riverbed. At the dam, the lake is more than 200 feet deep.
Lake Lanier is considered full when its surface reaches 1,071 feet above sea level. The current lake level normally rises during the winter and early spring and falls during the hot summer months. The Corps of Engineers releases a weekly average of about 4.9 billion gallons per day from Buford Dam for power generation and to maintain water flow in the Chattahoochee River for downstream users and endangered species habitat.
In contrast, Gwinnett County draws an average of 65 million gallons per day from Lake Lanier to provide the public water supply for its businesses and roughly 800,000 residents. Over the years, County water and policy leaders have put a great deal of effort into planning for the best use of our precious lake resource to meet our water needs.
A three-year drought (2007 – 2009) focused attention on efforts to make the best possible use of our available water resources. Dry weather cycles come and go and can be managed with conservation practices. Gwinnett County encourages conservation by following the state’s lead concerning water restrictions on indoor and outdoor water use. Gwinnett’s average water use per person started declining in 2001 even though the population continued to grow. Increased public awareness and conservation measures have helped conserve precious water. Average rainfall in our region will continue to vary from year to year, but water conservation measures should be maintained regardless of current climate trends.
As a recreation resource, Lake Lanier attracts about eight million visitors a year, with 68 parks and recreation areas, 1,200 campsites, and 10 full-service marinas. The annual economic impact was estimated at $5.5 billion by the Marine Trade Association of Metropolitan Atlanta in 2000. The Corps has generated more than $97 million worth of electricity at Buford Dam since 1957.
Total cost to create the lake was about $45 million, including buying 50,000 acres at an average of $50 per acre, beginning in 1948. The government moved 250 families, 20 cemeteries, 15 businesses, and six churches to make room for the lake. Flooded areas included Lake Warner, Chattahoochee Park, and Looper Speedway.
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Shilohbaptstdallas.org 921W. Illinois Ave; Dallas,TX Pastor Johnnie R. Bradley, Sr. E. Dion Chew Williams, Minister of Music
Word Assembly is a local assembly of believers. A local assembly is a micro-church. The church is the body of Jesus Christ on earth, the people of God, called out of the system of this world into the family of God to be made into his likeness of His son Jesus Christ and accomplish God’s pleasure on earth.
Word Assembly was inaugurated on the 31st of July, 1994.
THE SET MAN
PHILIP IGBINIJESU is the Apostolic Set-man and God’s visionary for Word Assembly, a mission oriented Ministry with international outreaches and satellite churches in Zambia, South Africa, Belgium and USA and some cities in Nigeria with a passion for leadership development, social impact and kingdom relevance.
An author, television host, conference speaker and life coach
website – www.philipigbinijesu.com
OUR VISION STATEMENT
‘To raise leaders in life who will be spiritually and socially relevant’
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
‘To thoroughly equip and inspire the believers to influence their generation and impact the Kingdom of God’
OUR CORE VALUES
Availability (Phil. 2:19-23)
Benevolence (Matt. 25:34-40)
Integrity (Ps.78: 70-72)
Diligence (Prov. 22: 29, 2 Peter 1:10)
Excellence (Phil. 1:10, Dan. 6:3)
Victory Celeberation Service – (Sundays) – 9:00am
Word Alive Service – (Wednesdays) -6:30pm
Masters Touch (Thursdays) – 8:00am
Facebook – Word Assembly Page
Instagram – @WordassemblyOnline
Youtube – Wordassembly Online
Website – www.wordassembly.org
WORD ASSEMBLY CENTERS
HEADQUATERS – VISION HOUSE, Plot 7, Hitech Road, Alasia,Beside Lagos Business School Road, Lekki Peninsula, Lagos.
Tel. No.: +2348058881818
ABUJA CENTER – Kach Kloe Event Center
Plot C81, Road 5221 Off 1st Avenue, Gwarimpa Estate Near Games City, FCT, Abuja
TEXAS USA – 1028 North Davis Drive
Arlington, TX 76012, Texas
Livingspring Drive Off Akpajo Sandfield Road Akpajo, Port Harcourt Rivers
4110 Austell Powdersprings Rd
Suite 150, Powdersprings GA30127
VICTORIA ISLAND CENTER
29A, Bishop Oluwole Street Off Akin Adesola Street ,Victoria Island
KM 23/28, DSC Expressway
Ekete Inland Opp. Awoks Energy Filling Station Warri
1240 Powers Ferry Commons
Marietta GA 30067 USA
83, Beizuidenhout street,Belluvue East
Johannesburg South Africa
83, Oba Sekumade Road Beside Nigerian Police Station Ipakodo Ebute, Ikorodu
IBEJU LEKKI CENTER
1, John Soares Avenue Elesekan, Bogijie
52, Ijaiye Road, Ogba
Led by the Doane College Alumni Reunion Choir, July 13, 2014 at First Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska.
Former Doane Choir members from around the nation connected this weekend to share a love that originally brought them together as students at Doane College in Crete Nebraska. Professor Emeritus Larry Monson has returned to co-conduct this event with Kurt Runestad, the current Choir Conductor. Nearly 100 former Doane Choir members of all ages gathered here at First Plymouth to celebrate and sing.
From The Church of St. Paul in the Desert (Episcopal), Palm Springs, California
Visiting with us this Sunday is Ms. Alice Parker,
Composer, conductor and teacher Alice Parker was born in Boston, MA in 1925. She graduated from Smith College with a major in music performance and composition, then receiving her master’s degree from the Juilliard School where she studied choral conducting with Robert Shaw. Her life-work has been in choral and vocal music, combining composing, conducting and teaching in a creative balance.
I will arise and go to Jesus, Alice Parker/Robert Shaw; Amazing grace (Congregational hymn), 10 March 2013, Fourth Sunday of Lent, Roman Catholic Church of the Ascension, New York City, Adult Choir, Preston Smith, organist and choirmaster