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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.

Special Olympics Georgia: Masters Bowling in Warner Robins

Special Olympics Georgia: Masters Bowling in Warner Robins
Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA) is hosting the Masters Bowling Tournament in Warner Robins on August 23rd-25th.  With over 800 Georgia athletes and 200+ coaches in attendance, this event is expected to draw quite a crowd.

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:

Houston County Board of Education to be Featured at Chamber’s August Eggs & Issues Breakfast

Houston County Board of Education to be Featured at  Chamber’s August Eggs & Issues Breakfast

WARNER ROBINS, GA- Houston County Board of Education Superintendent Dr. Robins Hines and other members of the Board of Education will discuss issues of educational concern, including the previous and current school years at the next Eggs & Issues Breakfast of the Robins Regional Chamber.  The event will be Thursday, August 15, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. in Hangar One at the Museum of Aviation.

Sponsored by Virginia College, the breakfasts are designed to keep community members abreast of regional issues and are one of five in a series that the Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce holds throughout the year.  The program features a presentation followed by a question-and-answer session.

Robins Regional Chamber Planning for 6th Annual Middle Georgia Regional Political HobNob

Robins Regional Chamber Planning for 6th Annual Middle Georgia Regional Political HobNob

WARNER ROBINS, GA- The Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce is pleased announce that the 6th Annual Middle Georgia Regional Political HobNob is approaching.  The event will be held on Thursday, September 26, 2013 at 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Central Georgia Technical College’s Warner Robins Campus.  

This event is designed to be an old fashioned political rally with hundreds to attend.  The purpose of HobNob is to give Chamber members and others in the community an opportunity to meet with candidates and representatives from their campaigns on a one-to-one basis.  The Chamber has invited all candidates appearing on the 2013 ballots, including the candidates appearing on all municipal ballots throughout the Robins Region, as well as announced candidates for the U.S. Senate race in 2014.  

During the event, the Chamber plans to conduct a “straw poll” (with computers) on key issues for the region.

Central Georgian Writes Folklore Comedy Show

Central Georgian Writes Folklore Comedy Show

Submitted by the Peach Chamber--

Southern Fields is a folklore comedy written by Irwin County native playwright, Waylon Day.

His sister, Paula Johns, co-pastor at The Rain Church in Warner Robins, is the director.

The setting is WW11 during the Normandy invasion. Thomas and Annie Davis are from Osierfield, GA and we get to see their thoughts, humor, and storytelling with the backdrop of a pending tragedy.

Carla Gowen plays Thomas’s mother. Zac Gowen does the sound and will play Mr. Burden, the tax man, when the play goes to Fitzgerald on July 27.