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CGTC Reveals New Sports Logo

CGTC Reveals New Sports Logo

Central Georgia Technical College revealed their new sports logo after the merger of Middle Georgia Technical College in Warner Robins and Central Georgia Technical College in Macon and Milledgeville.

The merger was official on July 1, according to a release.

Treat Yourself and the Children's Miracle Network

Treat Yourself and the Children's Miracle Network

When you treat yourself to a Dairy Queen blizzard this Thursday, you're also treating the Children's Miracle Network.

Thursday marks Miracle Treat Day, a day where at least a dollar from every blizzard will go to Children's Miracle Network, according to a release.

Last year nationwide and in Canada, the fundraiser brought almost $5 million to Children's Miracle Network hospitals.

The Children's Hospital of the Medical Center of Central Georgia is a member of the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

Pre-K Openings at Kings Chapel and Lindsey Elementary

Pre-K Openings at Kings Chapel and Lindsey Elementary

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – Kings Chapel and Lindsey Elementary Schools have openings for Pre-Kindergarten students.  The positions will be filled out of zone on a first-come, first-served basis for those not already enrolled in a Bright from the Start Pre-K program. 

Kings Chapel has five openings, and Lindsey has 15.   

Pre-K students must be four years old on or before September 1.  Only a parent or legal guardian may register a child.  Registration is at the Central Registration office, which is open 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Pre-K registration requires the following items:

Kick Stands Up in Honor of Public Safety Servants

Kick Stands Up in Honor of Public Safety Servants

A "9/11 Ride to Remember" event is planned to honor all public safety servants in Georgia and those who served on September 11, 2001.

The motorcycle ride, on September 7, has four different starting points: Dublin, Warner Robins, Grifffin and Lawrenceville and everyone will meet up at the rally point at Georgia Public Safety Center in Forsyth.

The pre-registration fee is $20 per biker, $10 per passenger.

See full details on meetup locations, costs and other details.

Fencing: Physical education & sport for home, public, and private schoolers, as well as adults

Fencing: Physical education & sport for home, public, and private schoolers,  as well as adults

Fencing is growing in popularity across the nation.  America has made tremendous strides on the international scene in the past few decades.  This is mostly due to the growth of fencing at the middle and high school level.  By making fencing more accessible at an earlier age, as is done in Europe, The U. S. has shown that we are capable of producing world class fencers.  With the advent of academic scholarships available only to fencers, as well as sport scholarships to colleges with NCAA fencing programs, more and more students are being drawn to the sport.

House Votes to Block DoD Furloughs Starting Oct. 1

House Votes to Block DoD Furloughs Starting Oct. 1

Air Force Times, by Rick Maze
 

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful July Awards Announced

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful July Awards Announced
Business of the Month

Meadowdale Learning Center, located on Leverette Road, received the Business of the Month Award from Keep Warner Robins Beautiful (KWRB).  Pictured is Jack Steed (KWRB) presenting the award to Michelle Williams, Center Director.  Also pictured (left to right) are David Carr, Tyler Bryant, Terry Duernberger (all KWRB), Dawn Tressler, Liz Adriance, Cheryl Taylor (KWRB), Stacey Stephenson, Taylor Williams, and Kelly Williams.

 

Beautification Award of Excellence

Keep Warner Robins Beautiful (KWRB) recognized Southeastern Region Headquarters, Little League Baseball and Softball, with the Beautification Award of Excellence. Pictured are (left to right) Terry Duernberger, Cheryl Taylor (both KWRB), Jay Flescher, Matthew Weber, Cheryl Miller, Tyler Bryant (KWRB), Jennifer Colvin (Director), David Carr and Jack Steed (both KWRB).