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Semi-Annual Mossy Creek Festival

Semi-Annual Mossy Creek Festival

The Semi-Annual Mossy Creek Barnyard Festivalis scheduled to take place on April 16-17, 2011.

Handmade crafts from 26 states will be on site.

It is located 6 miles East of Interstate 75, in deep piney woods near Perry & Warner Robins.

Mossy Creek Barnyard Festival was named one of the Top 20 Events in the Southeast, and also one of the Top 100 Events in North America.

According to the festival website, the event was also voted "Favorite Arts and Crafts Festival in Georgia."


Westfield School to Offer Merit Scholarship Program

The Westfield School will offer its Merit Scholarship Program for the 2011-2012 school year to a rising 9th, 10th or 11th grade student, not currently enrolled at Westfield, for Upper School years.  This scholarship, which covers one-half tuition, may be renewed annually until graduation as long as commendable academic and conduct records are maintained in all areas of school life. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic ability, character and leadership potential.  The scholarship is based on the merit of the student, not the need of the family.
“We believe that a Merit Scholarship Program recognizes and rewards worthy students who will benefit from Westfield’s quality college preparatory curriculum and Christian environment,” said Rachel S.

Warner Robins High Student Distinguished Young Woman

Warner Robins High Student Distinguished Young Woman

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA - Warner Robins High School junior Kristin Walker was selected as the Distinguished Young Woman of Houston County on Feb. 26, 2011.  She was chosen through her participation in the At-Large Distinguished Young Women of Georgia scholarship program.  A member of the Class of 2012, Kristin has also earned a full scholarship to Troy University in Troy, Al.

She will participate in the state program in Marietta, Ga.

Perry High Choir Selected to Perform in Chicago

The Perry High School Symphonic Band has been selected to perform in the 2nd annual Percy Grainger Wind Band Festival March 24-27, 2011, in Chicago, Ill. 

Perry High is one of only three bands selected from across the entire U.S.  The other honorees are from Alabama and California. 

Bands auditioned by submitting a recording of a band performance. 

Superintendent Dr. Robin Hines said, “Congratulations to Perry High!  We are proud to have our band represent not only the city of Perry and our school system, but also the state of Georgia.  Anyone who has followed the Perry instrumental music program the last few years knows the outstanding quality of this program.  This is a well-deserved honor.”

PMS Students Partcipate in Day of Service, Meet Governor

Perry Middle School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) volunteers recently participated in a Day of Service.  The students joined Secretary of State Brian Kemp at the FFA-FCCLA Center in Covington, Ga. to plant trees and clean up the grounds to commemorate the inauguration of Gov. Nathan Deal.

That's according to a Houston County Board of Education news release.

The Center is one of 31 sites across Georgia where volunteers participated in “With a Servant’s Heart — A Day of Service,” at Gov. Deal’s request.  Throughout the state, volunteers partnered with local charities, shelters, missions, food banks and environmental agencies.  They donated their time for a variety of causes, from building Habitat for Humanity houses to sprucing up parks.  Perry Middle volunteers pictured as they prepare to plant a tree are (from left):  Adviser Alisha Hall, Andy Emmons, TJ Gamundi, Ashley Long and Cassy Chaney.

Aviation Museum Announces New Board Members

Aviation Museum Announces New Board Members

The Museum of Aviation Foundation recently welcomed eight new members to its Board of Directors for 2011. 

New members are pictured left to right: Chuck DeBoe, Manager, ITT Business Development, Warner Robins; Andy Thomas, Agent/Owner, State Farm Insurance, Warner Robins; Dan Penny, Senior Manager, Corporate Business Development, Lockheed-Martin, Warner Robins; Jessica Shoudel, Executive Director, Robbins GIOIA, Bonaire, GA; Robbo Hatcher, CEO, H2 Capital, Macon; Casey King, Program Manager, Raytheon, Warner Robins; Bruce Hullett, Operations Manager, Image Staffing, Warner Robins; and Larry Walker III, President, Walker Insurance Agency, Perry.

Robins Says 'Thank You' to Perdue

Robins Says 'Thank You' to Perdue

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Maj. Gen. Robert McMahon, Warner Robins Air Logistics Center commander, has invited Governor Sonny and Mrs. Perdue to a luncheon in his honor Monday.

Military and civilian workers from across the base will be on hand to thank Perdue for his support of Robins during his tenure as Georgia’s 81st governor from 2003 to 2011.

The luncheon is to be held at the Horizons club on base.