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"Dare to be Scared" at the Haunted Manor of Davisboro

"Dare to be Scared" at the Haunted Manor of Davisboro

As Halloween nears, you may just want to check out The Haunted Manor of Davisboro for yourself.

It's a two-story, 1900s Victorian home  what owner William Horton calls Central Georgia's "scariest haunted house."

The house is open Fridays and Saturdays, starting October 5. See the full schedule.

Decide for yourself by visiting the Haunted Manor. Tickets are $10 per person.

Get directions: 211 S. Main St. Davisboro, Ga.

Kaolin Festival Update: Food Applications, Float Deadlines

Kaolin Festival Update: Food Applications, Float Deadlines

 

Friday, Sept. 21                  

Brentwood School Homecoming.  For more info, please call478.552.5136.

 Saturday, Sept. 29           

 StarlightConcert Series, Harrison, GA. For more information please call 478.552.5646.

Tuesday, Oct.  2 - Saturday, Oct. 6                                           

Always a Project | Oilcloth, Meet iPad

Always a Project | Oilcloth, Meet iPad

I've had "Complete my oilcloth iPad cover" on my monthly list of to-do's for some time now. I have the "standard issue" cover that my office provided to me, but it is lacking a few features. I needed something that could carry the keycard to my office, a notepad (because sometimes you actually need to write something), and a place to keep a pen.

You should know that most of my projects are born from trial and error and this one was no exception. I made a couple of mock-ups that just didn't work.
 

Celebrate Independence Day Saturday with Fireworks, Entertainment

Celebrate Independence Day Saturday with Fireworks, Entertainment

Head over to Davisboro for a July 4th celebration on Saturday, June 30.

You'll find arts and crafts, music and the fireworks start at dusk.

The fun happens in Downtown Davisboro.

 

Good Discipline Reaps Reward

Good Discipline Reaps Reward

At the end of the year program, Ridge Road Elementary School Principal Leah Clark awarded 8 bicycles to students whose names were drawn from the pool of students who had no discipline referrals for the entire year.

A boy and girl winner from each grade were chosen then overall winners from the combined pool of names were awarded. Students receiving bicycles pictured above were: front row: Tori Wiggins, Valencia Harris, Sara Knowles, Shamika Gatford. Back row: Paul Daniels, Nathan Hodges, Tyson Thames, Josh Napier.

Congratulations students for your model behavior!

Tennille | Gospel Music by the Tracks

Tennille | Gospel Music by the Tracks

Take a chair and join downtown Tennille on Saturday, June 9th for an evening of Gospel Music By The Tracks, featuring Nashville recording artist Lindsay Huggins, with performances by other local talent.

Here's the schedule: