MILLEDGEVILLE — The Department of Continuing Education of Georgia College is gearing up for the third annual cotillion and etiquette season for area children and teens. Interested students will learn proper greetings, table manners, proper posture, dressing for social occasions, ballroom dancing and writing thank you notes. Students in kindergarten through third grade can sign up for pre-cotillion for $250. For $275, students in grades four through six can sign up for junior cotillion and students in grades seven through 10 can sign-up for the cotillion. Classes will be held the first Sunday of each month beginning Oct. 2 and concluding May 6 with a spring ball. Registration is now ongoing until the first day of class. For more information about this year’s cotillion and etiquette sessions, call Antebellum Chapter Director for the National League of Junior Cotillions Jamey Rivers at (478) 251-0190 or Continuing Education at (478) 445-5277.
College baseball team adopts special fan
An avid baseball fan from nearby Macon’s Western Little League took a trip to play with the big boys last week.
Rallying for Relay
When Pam Tindal became involved in the local Relay effort a few years ago, no one in her life had been directly affected by cancer.
Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund fills gaps
A 31-year-old man sustained a spinal cord injury relating to a 2010 gunshot wound. He lives alone and doesn't own a vehicle.
BHS agriculture students host plant sale
Baldwin High School senior Paul Chapple was never really interested in gardening.
Remembering the fallen
Georgia Military College’s Peter Boylan Hall Atrium showcased a stark reminder of the ultimate sacrifice made by 200 Georgians serving the United States who died from wounds suffered in war zones since Sept. 11, 2001.
GC class hopes to promote healthy decision-making
Nearly 30 students in Georgia College’s Art and Social Justice class are hoping to make an impact on the lives of youth and families living in the Harrisburg neighborhood through a poster project.
Veteran major media executive sharing remarkable redemption story
A great fall and the subsequent rise through religious and personal discovery creates one heck of a narrative.
Welcome to the jungle Distinguished Young Women
Nine high school juniors are vying for one of two coveted Distinguished Young Women titles during the local program’s showcase this week.
Explorers place high at Winterfest nationals
The Milledgeville Police Department’s Explorer Program stood above most at the 40th Winterfest competition held last weekend.
Lives touched through Brody’s Love
Living with spastic cerebral palsy, being bilaterally blind, having severe brain damage and a movement disorder is incredibly challenging for anyone, but 2-year-old Brody Jackson continues to fight for his life, all the while with a positive spirit and an immense smile.
- More Features Headlines
- College baseball team adopts special fan