MILLEDGEVILLE — Local administrative professionals gathered at the Milledgeville Country Club Wednesday for a luncheon held in their honor. The annual Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon featured a silent auction with proceeds benefiting Communities in Schools of Milledgeville-Baldwin County. Guest speaker for this year’s luncheon was author and columnist Ronda Rich, who delighted the audience with stories on Southern life and perseverance. ‘Sometimes to win all you have to do is don’t give up,’ she told the audience. Following the luncheon Rich also signed copies of her books. To view more photos see on online gallery by clicking on the link below.
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The newly purchased property at 101 S. Wayne St. will transform into The Martin Building by the end of the summer.
Oconee Artists Exhibition reception this week
An opening reception for the 31st annual Oconee Artists Exhibition will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Marlor Arts Center.
Local man faces animal cruelty charges
A local man is charged with animal cruelty after reports were received by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office of neglected and deceased horses allegedly found on the man’s property.
Grocery store president talks Food Depot plans
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Local man receives state mentoring award
Local resident LaVance Hurt is well known in the area for having a big heart, but recently that big heart earned him state recognition.
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City Council meets today
Milledgeville City Council will hold a work session at 5 p.m. today at City Hall executive chambers.
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