MILLEDGEVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Eubanks of Milledgeville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Leia Katherine Eubanks, to Joseph Clyde Giddens, son of Ronald and Emilee Giddens Jackson and the late Joseph L.Giddens of Sandersville. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark G. DeLoach Jr. of Eatonton, Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Blanton of Newport, Va., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Eubanks of Milledgeville. Leia is a 2005 graduate of Georgia Military College Prep School and a 2009 graduate of Oklahoma City University. She is currently employed with the Washington County Board of Education as a dance and drama teacher.The groom-elect is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Willis Channell of Tennille and the late Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Giddens of Sandersville. Joseph is a 1998 graduate of Washington County High School, a 2000 graduate of Andrew College, and a 2002 Georgia College and State University graduate. He is currently the co-owner/manager of Geo's Quarters in Sandersville.The wedding is planned for Saturday, December 29, 2012 at the Sandersville United Methodist Church.
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Baldwin County Fire Rescue and the Milledgeville Fire Department present Muscular Dystrophy Association Executive Director Cole Posey with nearly a $5,500 check Tuesday.
MDA receives nearly $5,500 from city and county fire departments
A recent three-day boot drive effort by Baldwin County Fire Rescue and the Milledgeville Fire Department collected just under $5,500 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
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A musical journey
Matthew “Austin” Brown never imagined his ardor for singing would take him on a journey across the world to one day showcase his talent on national television. His dream of that “one day” has come true as he and his band, Home Free, are ready to debut their vocals on NBC’s The Sing-Off.
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Chaplinwood utilizes an OmniVR for virtual rehabilitation exercises and activities. This unit takes the fear out of physical movement for older adults.
Chaplinwood on cutting edge of health, rehab
Chaplinwood Health and Rehabilitation isn’t the stereotypical “nursing home” the 40-year-old stigma might suggest.
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JMA basketball drops doubleheader
The John Milledge Academy varsity basketball teams dropped a pair of games to the visiting Gatewood Gators Tuesday evening at the Trojan Center.
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Congratulations to GMC on a hard-fought season
From the moment the Georgia Military College Bulldogs stepped onto the field in their first game in August, there was an air of excitement about this special group of Bulldogs.
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Gratitude expressed for ORMC
In this time for Thanksgiving, I would like to thank the people at Oconee Medical Center.
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