October 5, 2017 RSS feed / People

Leathersville News

l Hilda Cliatt visited Tues­day. So good to have friends to visit. l Nobie Dean Hawes visited Wednesday afternoon. So nice to have good neighbors who care enough to visit. More...

This weeks tips from the BBB

In recent years, the number of Fun Runs - themed races such as Color Runs, Foam Runs and Mud Runs - offered to racing enthusiasts and beginners have skyrocketed. More...

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Local authors attend book signing at library

Local authors (l-r) Gail Reed, Tom Poland, Nancy Pund, and Pat “Nolia” Biggerstaff were present for a book signing at the Lincoln County Library recently. More...

Registraion opens for Beyond Bow outdoor workshop

Come experience Beyond BOW: Land of the Trembling Earth, a workshop unlike any other in one of Georgia’s amazing natural won­ders - the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. More...

Federal aid available after Irma LCES names Bucket Fillers for September

Bucket fillers are based from the book Have you Filled A Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud. More...

Bevill inducted into Philiadephia Winn Chapter of NSDAR

Mattie Elizabeth Bevill was in­ducted into the Philadelphia Winn Chapter NSDAR recently. “Betty” was born in Effingham County, Georgia to Christian Lovett and Ruby Lee Belcher Bevill. More...

Community votes needed for PTO Scarecrow Festival

The second annual Scarecrow Festival, put on by the Lincoln County Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization, gets under­way this week and the community is invited to participate by voting for their favorite fall display.  More...

Top placements at goat show

Madi and Aubrey Welch, members of the Wilkes County Show Goat Team, exhibited their Market Goat Wethers on Saturday, September 16th, during the 2017 Southeast Empire Market Goat Show at the Gwinnett More...

Jordan Hannah Mahaffey weds Christopher Bruce Cliatt June 17

Miss Jordan Hannah Mahaffey and Christopher Bruce Cliatt were united by marriage on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 6 o’clock in the evening at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Augusta, Georgia by Rev. Greg Porterfield.  More...

Students across the state will celebrate National 4-H Week

Six million students across America participate in 4-H and, of those, more than 170,000 call Georgia home. To raise awareness of the state’s largest youth develop­ment organization, the week of Oct. More...

Activities planned at the MACK

“Our weekly column to encourage your interest, participation, and sup­port of your local arts and culture.” ~The McCormick Arts Council  MACK), www.mccormickarts.org  864-852-3216 / mccormickarts@gmail.com.  October is beau More...

Sightseeing in Aspen

Michael and Rebecca Tarver visited their son, Vance in Aspen Col­orado. More...

Insured losses from Irma exceed $300 million

With more than 50,000 property related insurance claims reported, In­surance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens estimates that insured losses in Georgia from Hurricane Irma has now exceeded $300 million.  “Our preliminary estimate today is $336 mi More...

A great stay at Marqueen Hotel in Seattle

Gerald and Cornelia Davis recently visited Seattle, Washington and took in the sights. They stayed at the Marqueen Hotel, the oldest hotel still in use there. More...

Federal aid available after Irma

The state of Georgia, local gov­ernments, and certain private.non­profit . More...