Birthdays

Posted by | May 11, 2005 12:00 am

May 11 Jeanette D. Garnto, James W. Cannon, Melani Meeks, Lillian Bishop, Windell Johnson, Melissa Akins.

May 12 Mary B. Way, Brenda Williford, Scotty Lawson, Morris (Smitty) Smith, Chris Lewis, Rudy Horton.

May 13 Shirley Smoak, Debi Wasburn, Jimmy Kelly, Jason Williams, Anita Weichert, Roy Joe Kemp, Jimmy Morgan.

May 14 Brandi Bishop, Oliver Donaldson, Jeremy Carlton Odom, C.H. Calhoun.

May 15 Buddy Lawson, Mike Wammock, Jay Youngblood Sr., Jodi … Read More




Letters To The Editor

Posted by | May 11, 2005 12:00 am

As part of a community relations study in Coach Jim Stomps’

history class, fifth grade students at David Emanuel Academy recently wrote

letters to the editor addressing their concerns about their

communities.

DEAR EDITOR:

I think that we should pass laws making everyone recycle. We should also clean up our roads, streets and highways from all of their trash and increase police to patrol the roads to keep them clean. … Read More




EGC Foundation

Posted by | May 11, 2005 12:00 am

Plans are being finalized for the upcoming 2005 East Georgia College Foundation Campaign. The Campaign Leadership Team, with the guidance of EGC Foundation Chairman Ray Woods; 2005 Campaign Chairman Danny Palmer; EGC President Dr. John Black and EGC Team captains Dr. Madison Dixon, Stephanie Flanders, Donald Jenkins and Bill Rogers, has begun the annual campaign.

The 2005 East Georgia College Foundation Campaign will run through May 19. Donations are used … Read More


Pine Tree Breeze race garners $1,500 for Herrington Homestead

Posted by | May 11, 2005 12:00 am

The sixth annual Pine Tree Breeze bicycle ride to benefit Herrington Homestead was held April 30. A total of $1,500 was collected for the Homestead. The event was organized by East Georgia College Circle K Club, led by Angela Cable, president; and Tabatha Amerson, vice president.

Thirty-three cyclists from Georgia and South Carolina participated in the event.

Riders completing the 10- mile course included Ashlee and John Torpy, James Smith, … Read More


EGC offers ‘Kid’s Arts and Crafts’ class

Posted by | May 11, 2005 12:00 am

East Georgia College will offer a Kid’s Arts and Crafts Class Monday, May 23 to Thursday, May 26 from 9-11 a.m. for children ages 7-12. Each participant will have the opportunity to create his or her own hand-made art using ideas from local artists. The children will paint, sketch, use the potter’s wheel, and make jewelry and many more fun and creative crafts. During this class, participants will learn about … Read More



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