If you missed one of our job postings this week, here is a round-up. Click on the relevant link for more information.
The University of Georgia has several temporary and part-time jobs available. Some of these are in the Athens area.
If you missed out on Movies at the Mill in the summer of 2014, there is good news.
At noon on Tuesday, May 19, Clearview Regional Medical Center is hosting a Lunch and Learn on “Dementia in the Aging Adult.” You are invited to join to gather information concerning the development and onset of dementia.
On April 25, Newborn in neighboring Newton County (the Town With Characters) thinks the only thing better than being a big fish in a little pond is being a little fish in a little town!
This Sunday (4/19) at the 11 AM traditional worship service Pastor Rogers’ sermon, “Opened Minds”, is based on Luke 24.44-49. Sunday School classes for all ages meet at 9:45 AM. Tuesdays at 10 AM the Pastor leads his verse-by-verse Bible study of 1 Timothy. Tuesday evening our “Saints Alive” group will meet in the Fellowship Hall at 6:30 PM for our annual “fish fry” and a program.
The McDaniel-Tichenor House if offering an opportunity to connect with some of our old English traditions.
If you’ve read my book, Mismatched Shoes and Upside Down Pizza, you know how much I love the Sky Mall catalogue, with its can’t-live-without merchandise like the Astroturf and miniature-plastic fire hydrant indoor dog potty.
And public speakers or anyone who wants to get a message heard.
My mother’s mother’s sister, Aunt Pearl, had an old guitar that used to belong to her son, Jeffrey, that she wanted to give my daughter. Aunt Pearl, an admirably independent nonagenarian, lives alone in a two-story house near the beach in New York, and, if you had to pick a celebrity she resembled the most, you’d pick George Costanza’s mother on Seinfeld. If you can, to make this story better, hold that voice in your head while reading Aunt Pearl’s lines.
I have a pretty good sense of direction.
Recently, my husband and I have had the 4,234,672th petty squabble of our marriage.
Stewart Duane Offutt age 48 of Monroe, GA passed away Thursday, April 16, 2015.
Mr. Carl Bush, age 85 of Monroe, passed away on Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
Judy Moon Ward, age 64, of Monroe, died on April 9, 2015.
Barbara Ryals Gross, age 84 of Monroe, died on April 11, 2015.
Ralph Bailey Key, age 77, of Monroe, GA, died on April 7, 2015.
Found this sweet face running on Nunnally Farm Rd.
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Found in Auburn.
There has been a lot of talk lately about guns.
Ah April. The end of cold weather, spring break, blooming flowers, free-flowing pollen, and taxes. April 15th is a day that shall live in infamy. It is inevitable as death – it is tax day. If you are like me, and most everyone else, you have either just finished or are finishing your taxes, cursing their existence, and/or trying desperately to reduce their impact.
Now that it is officially spring, and around here the weather is decidedly warm and (usually) sunny and spring-like, lots of folks want to get out in the fresh air and enjoy the outdoor time, especially before it gets too hot as it tends to do here in the summer.
Yesterday I got the nine millionth phone call in my career in which an adult was extremely worried about a young person he cared about who had done something stupid on the computer and might have life changing consequences as a result.
March 20, the Georgia House Natural Resources & Environment Committee favorably reported House Resolution 613, a resolution co-sponsored by Georgia Rep. Bruce Williamson (R-Monroe), Rep. Chuck Martin (R-Alpharetta) and others.