Participants will learn about downtown programs in Dublin, Sylvania, Statesboro, Hinesville, Jesup, St. Marys, Savannah and Metter.
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Kids, have those wish lists handy tonight. The big man is in town.
The excitement has been building rapidly for this year’s annual Screven County Christmas Extravaganza set to take place on tonight, Dec. 1, from 5 to 8 p.m.
U.S. Rep. John Barrow announced in Sylvania and then in Statesboro Nov. 10 that the Veterans Affairs has approved the opening of a Veterans Outreach Clinic in Bulloch County.
“After years of working with local veterans to advocate for the approval of a Veterans Outreach Clinic in Statesboro, I am happy to report that the Department of Veterans Affairs has approved,” Barrow said. “As the population in Statesboro continues to grow, the need for a local VA clinic grows even more urgent.”
Imagine winning first place in a state competition.
The SCHS chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America placed first in the FCCLA T-shirt contest sponsored by Georgia FCCLA at the Fall Leadership Conference Sept. 22- 23 at the FFA –FCCLA Center in Covington.
More than 75 T-shirt design entries were voted on by over 1,200 FCCLA attendees from across the state. Using the 2011-2012 National FCCLA theme, “Imagination in Action,” SCHS FCCLA members competed in Membership Recruitment campaign and T-shirt and lapel pin design.
The City of Hiltonia has successfully competed for and received a Community Development Block Grant for $ 431,423 from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
The grant is for the purpose of paving and installing drainage on Southside Drive in Hiltonia.
The grant award was presented to the city by Commissioner Mike Beatty and was accepted on behalf of the city by Mayor Gerry Forehand and Wesley Parker, engineer for the project in a ceremony conducted by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs at The Marriott Macon City Center in Macon Sept. 16.
October is “Breast Cancer Awareness Month” and this edition of the Sylvania Telephone printed on pink newsprint definitely draws attention to the serious subject.
In an effort to promote awareness for and advance toward a cure for breast cancer and other cancers, Screven County’s Relay For Life committee will host a chili cookout Saturday, Oct. 8, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Cail Community Center.
Georgia Southern (3-0) heads to North Carolina in search of its first 3-0 start in the Southern Conference since 2004 when they face Elon (3-1, 1-0) at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1. The No. 1-ranked Eagles hit the road for the second time this season and have the opportunity to remain atop the Southern Conference standings.
“We are in the meat of our conference schedule now and have to travel up to Elon. What a great job Jason Swepson and his staff are doing,” said head coach Jeff Monken.
“Nothing compares to the
simple pleasure of a bike ride.”
~Former U.S. President
John F. Kennedy