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Westfield School Holds Summer Camps

Three summer camps are available at The Westfield School. You can register online. The camp is available for both Westfield and non-Westfield students.

  • Broadyway/Pop Show Choir:

Ages: Rising 4th - 8th grade

Dates: July 25-28
Time: 9 - 11:30 am

Cost:  $75

No previous musical experience needed.

  • American Girl Celebration

Description: Join us as we celebrate being an American Girl each day through creative writing, reading, arts & crafts, etiquette, and play! We’ll travel through history and explore the lives of the different AG characters. Special focus on being an American Girl with good manners, positive attitudes, respect for others, caring for our earth and environment, and service to our school and community. Don’t forget to bring your favorite doll!

Calling All Scrapbookers!


For those of you near Warner Robins and Perry, there will be a 12-hour Crop on Saturday, June 25th from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. at Lisa's Studio in Kathleen.

Cost is $22 per person and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross Tornado Relief. 

You will get three feet of crop space (share a 6 ft table with one other cropper). 

If you are interested in attending the crop or want more information, please e-mail Lisa directly at lisamosely@windstream.net

This is not a Create~n~Crop Event, but is being held by a staff member of our team so expect the same friendly welcome and fun atmosphere!


Gov. Launches Design Contest for New Car Tags


Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that the Department of Revenue will host a contest to design for a new Georgia license plate.

The design contest will begin on Monday, May 23. The deadline is Friday, June 17. 

Individuals are asked to submit original artwork. Any Georgian citizen or business authorized to do business in the state of Georgia is welcome to enter the contest.

The public will be given a chance to choose three semi-finalists through an online vote from June 24-July 8. After the online voting, the three semi-finalists will be presented to Gov. Deal.

He will then announce the winning design on July 15.

See the rules, guidelines, design template and an entry-waiver form for the contest.



Contest submissions may be sent to:


Nominate Your Town as of the Best of the Road

USA Today and Rand McNally are holding a “Best of the Road” rally.

Be sure to vote for your town! If your town isn't listed, you can nominate and post photos!



For Some, Happiness Can Come in a Cup

I admit: I love coffee. Maybe you do, too. So, I thought I'd assist all of our wallets with this little piece of information/happiness.

Today, May 6, starts Happy Hour at Starbucks. 

That means from 3-5 p.m., you can get half-priced frappucinos. 

The Happy Hour is daily through May 15.

Now that is what I classify as good news. 

What did you do for the Royal Wedding?

What did you do for the Royal Wedding?

Did you wake up early and watch the Royal Wedding?

Tell us how you honored the historical event. 

Did you make tea and British delicacies? Did you wake up and read the news and view pictures online? Wil you celebrate tonight?

Tell us here by commenting!

Shimmy Mob in Atlanta

"Sunday May 1st at 12pm Perry Bellydance along with belly dancers from all over Middle Georgia will be participating in a belly dance flash mob at Atlantic Station in Atlanta.  The Atlanta event is part of a much larger event in which dancers from all over the US, Canada as well as Vietnam and Italy will be doing the exact same choreography flash mob style to raise funds for Women and Children’s shelters. The choreography was provided by the coordinators of the event and depending on their location dancers have either learned the dance on their own or have gotten together with a participating instructor and learned with a group.

Saturday participating dancers from Perry, Macon and Warner Robins will gather at Perry Bellydance and join the other dancers from Middle Georgia and Tennessee with team leader Lacy Perry via skype to have one last practice and discuss logistics