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Block Party in Downtown Perry

Block Party in Downtown Perry

School is Almost Out in Houston County

School is Almost Out in Houston County

Two full weeks left of school in Houston County.

But who's counting?

The last day of school is Friday, May 24.
Seniors graduate Saturday, May 25.
(Where does the time go?)

Students and teachers, have you thought about what you want to this summer?

Jugfest Returns to Central Georgia

Jugfest Returns to Central Georgia

A festival feature pottery heritage returns to Georgia in Knoxville and Roberta from May 16-18.

Most are free events open to the public.

2013 All-Star Tournament

2013 All-Star Tournament

 

If your team wants to sign up for the 2013 All-Star Tournament in Cochran, call 478-934-3225.

Girl Scout Alumnae Reunion in Central Georgia

Girl Scout Alumnae Reunion in Central Georgia

The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia will hold a reunion on May 4 from 1-6 pm at Camp Martha Johnson in Lizella.  Alumnae will enjoy revisiting camp, renewing friendships, and helping to create a digital archive, according to a news release. 

The event is free. Donations for camp upkeep will be accepted. 

For more information, call Kathy Cranford at 478-747-3170.

Battle of Byron Returns Saturday

Battle of Byron Returns Saturday

 

Join us Saturday May 4th at North Peach Park for the Battle of Byron. This year is going to be bigger and better with lots of room for family and friends. In addition to arts and crafts vendors, there will be the favorite activities like Mud Volleyball and the car show.There are always things for kids to do and this year is no exception. Don’t forget we’re honoring the Kentucky Derby at BoB. Be sure to wear your derby hats & get in on the fun. The Parade of Hats & Derby Hats contest starts at 11:00am Saturday. Don’t miss out on this and SO MUCH MORE THIS YEAR AT BoB!

Two Cited for Illegal Gillnetting on Lake Oconee

Two Cited for Illegal Gillnetting on Lake Oconee

A surveillance operation by rangers with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources recently resulted in citations being issued against two men for illegally gillnetting fish on Lake Oconee in Greene County, authorities say.

The men were found in the possession of about 150 pounds of assorted fish, including white bass, crappie, hybrid and striper, Georgia Department of Resources Wildlife Law Enforcement Division Capt. Mark Padgett said.