January 17, 2018 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

Remember When – This Date in 1952

The Bethany Home Board of Directors held its regular annual meeting in Vidalia last Thursday at which time three officers were elected: Paul H. Smith, Tampa, FL, President; Elder V.F. Agan, Statesboro, GA, Executive Vice-President; and Alvin L. More...

Library News

Do you want to learn how to paint a penguin? Come to the library at 11 am this Saturday, January 20, for our monthly Paint at the Library adult painting class. It’s totally free, and we provide everything you need for your painting!  More...

Millen Garden Club Winter Activities

Members of the Millen Garden Club have had a busy season participating in state bulb planting projects and local Christmas Decorations Contest. More...

BOOKING LOG

Jenkins County Jail Booking Log Jan. 1 – Jan. 7

Kristy Lynn Akridge – Wanted Out of Screven County, Possession of Methamphetamine w/Intent to Distribute; Jan. 6; Jenkins County Sheriff’s Office. Timothy Andrew Heath – DUI/Drugs, Speeding 25 mph (21-30 miles over); Jan. More...

Scenes from Martin Luther King Jr. Parade!

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Millen Garden Council Clubs Support Plant America

Members of the Green Thumb, Magnolia, and Millen Garden Clubs joined with Jenkins County 4-H Club members to plant daffodil bulbs recently at Magnolia Springs State Park. More...

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Recreation Department News

Learn the art of self-defense with the Jade Tigers School of Self-Defense. Classes begin Feb. 1 at the Jenkins County Recreation Department. Must be registered by Wednesday, Jan. 31. The first month’s fee is $80, uniform included. More...

Ring in the New Year with free trees from Arbor Day Foundation

Residents in Georgia can ring in the New Year with 10 free flowering trees by joining the Arbor Day Foundation any time during January 2018.  By becoming a part of the nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation, new members will receive two Sargent crabappl More...

The Millen News goes to Ireland!

Tony and Kathy Gay of Millen spent three weeks touring Ireland and Germany and took The Millen News on the trip. They stopped at the Half-Penny Bridge over the River Liffy in Dublin. More...