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School is Almost Out in Monroe County

School is Almost Out in Monroe County

Two full weeks left of school in Monroe County.

But who's counting?

The last day of school is Wednesday, May 29. Students also don't have school on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27.
Seniors graduate Friday, May 31.
(Where does the time go?)

Students and teachers, have you thought about what you want to this summer?

Jugfest Returns to Central Georgia

Jugfest Returns to Central Georgia

A festival feature pottery heritage returns to Georgia in Knoxville and Roberta from May 16-18.

Most are free events open to the public.

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled Tonight

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled Tonight

Mosquito spraying has been scheduled over Riverview, Hickory Ridge and Arkwright Road, Wimbish Woods, Lokchapee and Stratford Oaks.

That's scheduled for 7-11 Tuesday evening.

 

2013 All-Star Tournament

2013 All-Star Tournament

 

If your team wants to sign up for the 2013 All-Star Tournament in Cochran, call 478-934-3225.

Farmers Market Opens Friday in Forsyth

Farmers Market Opens Friday in Forsyth

A local farmers market opens in Forsyth Friday!

According to Forsyth Better Hometown's Facebook page, the market opens from noon to 6 p.m., weather permitting.

The market will be located behind Farmers Bank.

Girl Scout Alumnae Reunion in Central Georgia

Girl Scout Alumnae Reunion in Central Georgia

The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia will hold a reunion on May 4 from 1-6 pm at Camp Martha Johnson in Lizella.  Alumnae will enjoy revisiting camp, renewing friendships, and helping to create a digital archive, according to a news release. 

The event is free. Donations for camp upkeep will be accepted. 

For more information, call Kathy Cranford at 478-747-3170.

Monroe Arts Meeting to Focus on Reorganization Plans

Monroe Arts Meeting to Focus on Reorganization Plans

Please come to the last meeting at the gallery on April 11th at 6:30 p.m.
We will be discussing plans for the organization now that we will no longer
have a "home." That's according to the organization's Facebook page.