Ferst Readers is a publicly funded non-profit organization that promotes the development of early childhood literacy skills in children from birth to age 5, especially those who need the most help with getting access to age-appropriate books for their home.

The Oconee Performing Arts Society and new Artistic Director, Doug LaBrecque, present Broadway Sings for OPAS, an intimate virtual evening of "fun-raising" to support OPAS Educational Arts Programming.  

 

The LifeSource Food Distribution Program will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19,  at Putnam Christian Outreach (Industrial Blvd – Eatonton).  ORHS will provide pet food and signups for spaying/neutering services. Please continue to wear your masks  

Middle Georgia Art Association is seeking artists for its latest exhibit, “Sports,” a judged exhibit open to all Middle Georgia Artists, 18 or older and out of high school. The exhibit will be on display Sept. 18 through Oct. 10. Deadline to enter is Tuesday, Sept. 15, 5 p.m. Prospectus and …

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The Greensboro First United Methodist Church is still accepting donations for their upcoming 9th Annual FUMC Garage Sale, to be held Oct. 15-17 at the former Fred’s store on North Main Street in downtown Greensboro.

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Matthew Toth, MD, Fellowship Trained in Sports Medicine at the Andrews Institute, joins OrthoGeorgia and will practice full time in the Milledgeville office, located at 2803 N. Columbia St.

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The much anticipated Pray for America Rally held on Saturday, Aug. 29, at 9 a.m. at Greene County High School was a historic success.  

 

Elizabeth Youngblood won a hunting rifle and estate planning consultation, a $500 value, sponsored by Frier & Oulsnam, P.C., in the Rotary Week 33 raffle. 

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Sheltering in place, social distancing, home confinement — all signs of the time here in Lake Country and the world over in this summer of 2020.  

 

It’s that time again — students are heading back to school. This year, school looks different for many students choosing to learn online at home. But for those who are heading back to campus, it’s likely they’ll be carrying backpacks. It’s important to understand the effects heavy backpacks …

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Mona Villa won a Home Depot gift certificate, a $500 value, sponsored by Artisan Built and Micki Tanner, in the Rotary Week 32 raffle.

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Lake Country’s only full-service marketing firm, Greer Force Marketing (GFM), is pleased to announce the recent hire of Mark Brill, senior content developer.

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The Greene County Pastors met on Saturday, Aug. 8, at Grace Fellowship Church to plan the agenda for the upcoming rally.

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Recently, Miss Georgia, Victoria Hill, visited the youth and staff at Never Too Late, a non-profit residential home for youth and young men in foster care, located in Monticello.

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Greene County Toastmasters have elected a new president and she is Betty Liedtke from Eatonton.

 

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Reid Conklin won a cruise discount, a $300 to $400 value, sponsored by Cruise Planners, in the Rotary Week 29 raffle.

 

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Sandy Langan won a round of golf for four and a Reynolds Lake Oconee gift certificate, a $1,420 value, sponsored by Reynolds Lake Oconee, during the Rotary Week 30 raffle.

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