Our network

Events

School is Almost Out in Washington County

School is Almost Out in Washington County

Seven days left of school in Washington County.

But who's counting?

The last day of school is Wednesday, May 22.
Washington County High seniors graduate on Saturday, May 25!
(Where does the time go?)

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

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.

Tim Tebow's Mother to Speak at Dublin Church

Tim Tebow's Mother to Speak at Dublin Church

NFL star Tim Tebow's mother Pam Tebow is scheduled to speak at a Dublin church in May.

She speaks at First Baptist Church in Dublin on May 2 to benefit SAV-A-LIFE Ministry of Dublin.

Pick up free tickets at the following places:
-ABC Women's Clinic in Dublin
-Olive Branch in Dublin
-First Baptist Church in Dublin
-Cochran Eye Center in Cochran
-Piddlin Peddler-Eastman
-Jet Corporate Office- Sandersville

For more information, call 478-275-9455.

Sherman's Trail Yard Sale Returns

Sherman's Trail Yard Sale Returns

The Sherman's Trail Yard Sale returns this weekend!

Celebrate Georgia Cities Week and the City of Sandersville's Bicentennial

Celebrate Georgia Cities Week and the City of Sandersville's Bicentennial

OFTC Hosts Campus Visits for WCHS Seniors

OFTC Hosts Campus Visits for WCHS Seniors

SANDERSVILLE, GA -- With only a few weeks until high school graduation, approximately 200 local high school seniors converged on Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s (OFTC) North Campus to learn more about its programs and how to reach their academic and professional goals.

The students from Washington County, Hancock County, Jefferson County, and Glascock County high schools started their tours with discussions on admissions, financial aid and picking the right college or university. The students also had the opportunity to visit seven programs areas and participate in discussions about the field, ask questions about job possibilities and even try their hands at some new skills in some selected programs of study.