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Chamber Holds State of the Community Luncheon

Chamber Holds State of the Community Luncheon

 

PERRY, GA.-The Governmental Affairs Committee of the Perry Chamber of Commerce hosted the Annual State of the Community Luncheon on December 15, 2011 in The James Worrall Community Center at Rozar Park in Perry, GA.

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Where Did You Put Your Voter Sticker?

Where Did You Put Your Voter Sticker?

Did you vote? Show us where you put your voter sticker when you walk out of your poll location.

Send us a cell phone photo of your voter sticker to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com or tweet us @13wmaznews

 

Election Day Voting Locations

Election Day Voting Locations

To find out if you are registered to vote, or where to vote based on your voter's registration, go here.

You'll put in your first initial, last name, your county and your birthdate to see  your polling place location.

The voting polls are open Tuesday, November 8 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Cotton Bowl Open This Week

Cotton Bowl Open This Week

 

The Cotton Bowl heads to Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter Tuesday, November 8.

You can find the event in the Georgia Building & Heritage Hall.

Catch all the fun from 2-8:30 p.m.

Perry High Wins 1st at Region One-Act

Perry High Wins 1st at Region One-Act

 

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – Perry High School won first place at the Region 2AAA One-Act competition with its performance of Eurydice

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

The cast won a total of seven awards.

In addition to the region championship, Perry High cast members won:

·         Best Actor Region 2AAA – Clay Dixon for “Father”

·         Best Actress Region 2AAA – Janea Feeney for “Eurydice”

·                     All Star Cast Member Region 2AAA – Madeline Dannenberg as “Loud Stone”

·                     Best Set Region 2AAA

Perry High Marching Band Wins Competition Award

Perry High Marching Band Wins Competition Award

 

Houston County band programs were well represented this past weekend at the Sound of Silver Invitational Band Competition. 

On Saturday, Warner Robins High and Perry High claimed the top two positions out of 20+ bands from middle and South Georgia. 

According to Perry Primary Principal Elgin Mayfield, “I can tell you as a former band director how difficult it is to win ANY marching competition.  It is unreal for one system to have the top two spots in any contest weekend, let alone at the same competition!  We are fortunate to have such talented and hard working band directors in our county!”