Lady Bobcats wrap up Fall softball scrimmage season

Posted by | November 5, 2019 9:36 am

The East Georgia State College Lady Bobcats’ Fall softball scrimmage season came to a close this past weekend with a scrimmage tournament at Thomas University.

The Lady Bobcats finished the tournament with four scrimmage wins and only two defeats, finishing the fall scrimmage season with an 11 and 6 scrimmage record. The Bobcats picked up scrimmage wins over Brewton Parker, Middle Georgia, USC Union and Augusta University.

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EGSC to celebrate Ethics Awareness Week

Posted by | November 4, 2019 8:32 am

Each year East Georgia State College participates in Ethics Awareness Week. This year, EGSC will celebrate November 11-15. The University System of Georgia has an Ethics and Compliance Program that promotes the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct within the University System of Georgia and to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Ethics Awareness Week helps serve as a reminder of those standards and conduct.

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Calling all Cooks!

Posted by | November 1, 2019 5:55 pm

We welcome all interested parties to participate in our weekly Cook of the Week feature of The Blade!

Submit your three recipes with cooking instructions, a photo of the cook, and a short bio of the cook to forestbladereporter@gmail.com!

 

 


Troop #30872 holds ceremony

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:42 pm

Girl Scout Troop #30872 recently held its first Bridging Ceremony, a special occasion to celebrate the milestones each girl has made in her journey through Girl Scouts. 

Jordan Vonnordeck moved up from Daisy to Brownie, and Adrien Roark moved up from Brownie to a Junior. Laurie Hendrix, Sara Palmore, Savannah Powell, Sierra Kennerknecht, Teralynn Brinson and Brayleigh Albor all moved from Junior to Cadette.

The troop of girls is looking Read More


Student Advisory Board donates to Betty Gambrell Animal Shelter

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:41 pm

On Monday, October 21, Shari Watt spoke to the 2020 Student Advisory Board for Citizens Bank of Swainsboro concerning community and volunteer services as well as the local animal shelter. Specifically, Watt discussed with the board about the importance of volunteering for causes within the community and the benefits it reaps.

The students were prepared to give back to their community as donations of dog food, puppy food, toys, and Read More


Hopkins joins STC Board of Directors

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:38 pm

The Southeastern Technical College Board of Directors welcomed new board member Chris Hopkins at its October meeting. Toombs County Associate Probate Court Judge Tina Lindsey swore in Hopkins, who will represent Toombs County.

“I am excited to be joining the board at STC. It’s an honor to be able to serve our community in a role that fosters further education. As an employer in the agricultural field, I see first-hand Read More


Swainsboro shuts down Vidalia

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:37 pm

by TROUP BRINSON

The No. 6 ranked Swainsboro Tigers (8–1) took a giant leap toward the region championship, winning their most important game of the year against the Vidalia Indians 21–9. Swainsboro remains undefeated (4–0) in Region 2-AA and needs only to win this coming weekend in Jeff Davis or in the season finale against Toombs County to clinch their second consecutive region title. 

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Senior Spotlight: Ja’Michael Murphy

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:36 pm

by TROUP BRINSON

High school football programs depend on players tapping into their physical potential and working hard to toughen themselves mentally to be an important cog in a successful team. Ja’Michael Murphy is that type of player. He plays offensive and defensive line for Swainsboro and makes a difference each Friday night.

“I’m a great high school player who does his job on and off the field,” said Murphy.Read More


Senior Spotlight: Damian Tharpe

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:35 pm

by TROUP BRINSON

At 6’5” and 245 LBS, Damian Tharpe is easy to find on the football field. He towers above many teammates and opponents and presents problems for opposing defenses intent on chasing his QB. Tharpe has had a breakthrough senior season and is a big reason for his offense’s success each Friday night.

“I would describe myself as a persistent and fundamental player,” said Tharpe when asked about Read More


SHS plans FAFSA workshop

Posted by | November 1, 2019 4:35 pm

Swainsboro High School will host a workshop Tuesday, November 5, from 1 until 7 p.m. to assist seniors and their parents in completing the FAFSA. A representative from the Georgia Student Finance Commission will be available.

Parents will need to bring their 2018 tax information in order to complete this workshop. Please don’t miss out on this opportunity!


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