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The Knights of Columbus Council 13808 from Christ Our King and Savior Church held their 2019-2020 officer installation ceremony on July 15at the church.

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Mary Fleming won travel services, a $300 value, sponsored by Cruise Planners, during the Rotary Week 29 Raffle.

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Peggy Ruzika won a Splurge at Fishtales, a $300 value, sponsored by The Corry House, during the Rotary Week 28 raffle. 

Chanin Gill won a gift certificate, $300 value, sponsored by Greensboro Jewelers in the Rotary Week 27 Raffle. The Rotary Club of Greene and Putnam Counties is a local service organization affiliated with the Rotary International organization. The Greene and Putnam Club supports many local p…

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What a night in Downtown Greensboro! Many gathered, many sang a long and many danced the night away with the Groove Crew Band while celebrating the music of Motown last Saturday, July 13 at the Oconee Brewing Company.

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St. Mary's Hospital's stroke program has received its 10th consecutive Gold Plus quality achievement award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, and another 2-year certification as a primary stroke center from The Joint Commission.

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Anita McCoy won a pressure washing or window cleaning service, a $300 value, sponsored by by Window Wizardz in the Rotary Week 24 raffle. 

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Who doesn't remember the Memory Lane Classic Car Museum that used to be open a couple of years ago with all of those fabulous classic cars and fantastic memorabilia spread out in those two buildings on Scott Road in Eatonton. 

Barbecues and summer go hand in hand, but it’s worth taking a moment to polish those grill skills before donning that apron and “firing up the Barbie.”  

 

Actress Olivia Wilde makes her directorial debut with the critically-acclaimed, coming-of-age comedy, “Booksmart” — a film about two best friends who have spent their high school years studying to get into great colleges and now want the chance to party hard on the eve of their graduation.

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The Board of Directors of the Georgia Writers Museum has agreed to purchase the storefront location it currently occupies in downtown Eatonton, as well as two adjacent buildings now occupied by retail businesses.  

 

This is a reminder that Second Harvest and all of its dedicated volunteers are holding a food distribution on Saturday, June 15, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 

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Gather your friends and family, Greensboro is prepping for the eighth annual Pickin’ on the Greene. It will be on Friday, June 21, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

 

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Jenni Black won one year of preventive dentistry or teeth whitening, a $485 value, sponsored by Lake Oconee Dentistry, in the Rotary Week 20 raffle.

I am sure that most people are aware that during the course of 2017 and early 2018 home prices made a giant 10 percent jump. Home prices are estimated to rise in 2019, but at a much slower pace, and the number of homes for sale is expected to increase by a mere 1 percent.

Teenage years. Remember yours? Have you raised teenagers? Are you now? The teen brain goes through an incredible growth period on its way to full maturity. I want to share some information on this phenomenon so that a greater understanding may lead to some enlightenment and possible behavior…

Jeffrey Wells, artistic director of OPAS entertained along with his wife Jo Ellen Wells  romantic songs for the February meeting at Ladies at the landing. The hostesses for this meeting were Susie Schlich, Darlene Marlow, Linda Alfred, Vicki Fenton, Pam Luke who welcomed Jeffrey and Jo Ellen…

Springtime in Georgia is beautiful, from the birds singing to the spectacular flowers and blooming trees, everything is coming alive once again.  But with this awakening of nature, many people also experience the “awakening” of seasonal allergies. The dense clouds of pine pollen hanging in t…

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