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Lighting of the tree, Christmas parade, in Cochran December 3.

Pilot Club of Cochran will hold their annual Lite-a-Lite ceremony and lighting of the Christmas tree on the Chamber of Commerce lawn December 3 at 6 pm.  The annual lighted Christmas parade is returning after a one-year absence due to COVID-19 at 7 pm.  

Local churches holding fall festivals.

Here is the current listing of local churches holding fall festivals. Add your listing by emailing BleckleyProgress@aol.com or bleckleyprogress@gmail.com

Local church holding ordination service October 17

Bethany Baptist Church will hold an ordination service for Ronnie Long October 17 at 11 am. Long will be ordained as pastor of Riverside Baptist Church in Hawkinsville. The congregation of Riverside Baptist will be in attendance. Following the service, a covered dish lunch will be served. The church will provide the meat and tea.

Local church holding Revival services October 3-6.

Salem Baptist Church will hold Revival October 3-6. The theme is "Big God, Big Kingdom." Services on Sunday will take place at 10:30 am and 6 pm. Speaker that morning will be Salem Pastor Tony Harmon, Bro. Buck Burch of Georgia Baptist Mission Board will be the evening's guest speaker. Services Monday through Wednesday will be at 7 pm. Guest speakers are as follows. Monday- Jay Moore, Pastor Limestone Baptist Church.

Tuesday will be Student Night with Chuck Wimberly, youth pastor at Plainfield Baptist Church. Wednesday- Dennis Phillips, Pulaski-Bleckley Baptist Association Director of Missions. Worship will be led each evening by Micah Emery Associate Pastor of Worship, Music and Administration At Green Acres Baptist Church In Warner Robins.

Local church holding Wild Game Supper September 25.

Bethany Baptist Church located at 608 GA 26 East in Cochran will hold a wild game supper September 25 at 6 pm.  The event is free, food, fellowship, door prizes will be given away.  Guet speaker Matt Hofeld.

Cochran Police Department holding Community Family Day September 18.

Cochran Police Department will hold a Community Family Day this Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm in front of the police department. Activities include bounce house, mechanical bull, tropical dry slide, and a toxic extreme 11 obstacle course. There will also be hot dogs, cotton candy, and treats.

Guest evangelists to lead services at local church September 12.

Noah and Ivy Cleveland will lead both the 9 and 10:30 am services at Christ Chapel Cochran September 12. Learn more about the Cleveland's by going to www.noahcleveland.com