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Business Relocates, Has Ribbon Cutting

Business Relocates, Has Ribbon Cutting

WARNER ROBINS, GA- The Robins Regional Chamber recently hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Pet Plantation Funeral Home & Crematory.

Paul & Pamela Boyer opened Pet Plantation Funeral Home in 2003 by leasing a property on Leverette Road in Warner Robins.  In 2011 they purchased the property at 125 Osigian Blvd. and transformed the building into a full service funeral home and crematory for pets.

“I’ve been a funeral director for 30 years,” said Paul.  “We have been very busy these days and it is a pleasure to serve the Robins Region community.”

The Boyers have been longtime supporters of the Chamber and Paul once held the title as Ambassador Chairman for one of the Chamber’s largest committees- the Ambassadors.  He is also a currently still a member of the committee.

“Our motto is we treat your pets with the care and respect they deserve,” said Paul Boyer.

For more information contact Paul or Pamerla at 478.971.4112.

Pet of the Week: Peaches

Pet of the Week: Peaches

"Hi, my name is "Peaches." I am 12 week old dilute tortie with white feet, and a peach-colored "flame" on my forehead. I am friendly and loveable. Please adopt me and I promise to bring much love and happiness to your life. My brothers Milo and Monte and sister Princess are also looking for a home if you would like to give me a friend. For more info, please email Michele at michele@harpsinc.org. All photos listed are courtesy postings for individuals in need of assistance with animal placement.

Peaches is house trained and is staying at HARPS (Homeless Animal Rescue & Placement Svcs.) in Warner Robins, Ga.

How 20 Pounds Changed My Life - In an Instant!

How 20 Pounds Changed My Life - In an Instant!

This weekend was a typically busy one. House cleaning, events, kids’ birthday parties, a new dog…  Wait, a new dog! That’s not typical, nor was it very planned.  That is so not my style!

With some time to kill while the kids were at a birthday party, my husband suggested we stroll through PetSmart. After appropriately bantering about the birds and rodents, we ended up at the adoption area. We loved on the kittens and then made our way to the dogs where the biggest pair of brown eyes looked up at me and said “Mommy, take me home!”

Now I am usually a sap when it comes to kittens and puppies but I generally can walk away. But this time was different. So to make a long story short, we came home with Joie, a 4-month-old black lab mix with the sweetest disposition and, of course, the sweetest pair of eyes around!

Your Guide to This Weekend

Your Guide to This Weekend

Friday, September 23:

  • MOPS Consignment Sale in Warner Robins, starts at 9 a.m. at Southside Baptist in Kathleen at 101 Bear Branch Rd.
  • Friday Fest in Downtown Macon: check for live music at Third St. Park
  • Mystery Road and The Lee Boys perform in Griffin at The Cavern, 8 p.m.
  • Saint Francis performs at The Hummingbird in Downtown Macon.
  • Ride to End Alzheimer's Poker Run. 11 a.m. at Summer's Landing in Warner Robins

Saturday, September 24:

Dogtoberfest: Trick-or-Treating with Your Dog

Join in on the 2nd Annual Dogtoberfest on October 29 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.

This is sponsored by the Rescue Ranch.

All proceeds benefit  a low cost/spay neuter for Houston County & surrounding areas.

The event features:

  • Pet costume contest
  • happy pet mobile vet
  • $10 rabies vaccinations
  • Oksana's Mobile Pet Salon
  • Greyhounds Galore
  • Star Bright Animal Rescue
  • All About Animal Rescue
  • Raffles, Food and music
  • Arts & crafts

The entry fee for the Howl'oween Pet Costume Contest is $10.

Contest begins at 1 p.m.

Your Guide: Georgia National Fair

Your Guide: Georgia National Fair

Georgia National Fair is set for October 6-16 this year.

October 6 opening day: Sneak-a-Peek Day

             Open 3-10 p.m.

             Admission $5, kids (10 & under) get in free with a paying adult.

Pay-One-Price Rides: Open 3:00 pm; $13.00 unlimited rides.

Opening ceremony takes place at 4 p.m.

October 7-October 16 Scheduled Events:


HCHS Wins State FFA Dairy Cattle Evaluation Competition

HCHS Wins State FFA Dairy Cattle Evaluation Competition


Houston County High School’s FFA team won first place at the Dairy Cattle Evaluation Career Development Event held in April.  The team will represent Georgia at the national competition this October.

That's according to a Houston County Board of Education news release.

The winning team consists of (pictured from left):  Bradley Norris, Ryan Powell and Emilie Johnson.  Advisor Dr. Ronnie Thomas is pictured, too.  Emilie also won State High Individual.  The team and Emilie each received a plaque, and both Emilie and Dr. Thomas were presented a $1oo cash award.  The team also received $2,000 travel money to attend the National FFA Convention.