February 23, 2005 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

M.I. Windows and Doors Inc. assists ‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’

When the hit ABC show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" aired on Sunday, Feb. 20, viewers got an eye-popping look at what is being billed as the largest house Ty Pennington and his army of builders have ever constructed. More...

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Donations needed for cemetery Friends of the Millen Cemetery wish to remind citizens that donations are needed to assist with the completion of the memorial fence at the Millen Cemetery and other projects. More...

Syl-View Happenings

The special night arrived on Tuesday and the residents were so excited about the "Valentine Ball." The nursing staff was busy helping them to get dressed as the beauticians worked hard in the beauty shop. More...

2004-2005 FFA ‘99’ strong

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Ag mechanics The Jenkins County FFA Ag mechanics team will compete in the Area Four FFA ag mechanics competition at Soperton High School on Tuesday March 1. More...

FFA land judging

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FFA Members Attend Ga National Fair

On Oct. 15, 2004, 45 members of the Jenkins County FFA Chapter attended the Georgia National Fair that is held every year in Perry. While at the fair, FFA members toured exhibits that showcase Georgia agriculture. More...

Black accepts national honor society membership, honored in ceremony

Faye Marie Black of Millen has accepted membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, University of Georgia Chapter and was individually honored during a recent campus ceremony. More...

Bethany Home News

Bonnie J. McClain
Activity Director

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Library News

We have new books for your reading pleasure at the library. New books include: "Winning the Future" by Newt Gingrich; "Your Best Life Now" by Joel Osteen; "Three-hundred Ways to Make the Best Christmas Ever! More...

Johnson receives Golden Helmet

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CMA to be administered at STC June 25

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SCSEP requirements changed, more people eligible for assistance

The Department of Labor has changed the eligibility requirements for the nationwide Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), which is operated by Experience Works in Jenkins County. More...

Healthy families seek help when needed

According to family columnist Dolores Curran, a good family used to be one "that was self-sufficient, didn More...

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Attends Macon conference Jenkins County Farm Bureau President Dobbie Gay, shown at left, recently attended the Georgia Farm Bureau (GFB) Presidents Conference in Macon. More...

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Senior class sponsors blood drive Marsha Madray's senior anatomy class at Jenkins County High School sponsored a blood drive Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the Jenkins County Agriculture Center with 127 presenters offering the "gift of life." More...

Correction

In the obituary for Merle H. Gregory that ran in the Feb. 9, edition of The Millen News, the name of a sister should have read Mary Hudlow of Charleston, S.C. More...

Centennial ‘Cook-off’ is scheduled for April 16

Jenkins County Farm Bureau, along with the Jenkins County Chamber of Commerce and Millen Better Hometown, are sponsoring the first annual Jenkins County BBQ Cook-off" Saturday, April 16, at the Jenkins County Recreation Complex. More...

STC offers workplace

Spanish in
several counties

Jim Williams, vice president of economic development at Swainsboro Technical College (STC), announced that his office is offering customized workplace Spanish training programs that are available in each of the counties in the STC service area (Candl More...

Feb. 19-26

Jenkins County High
celebrates FFA Week

The National FFA Organization will celebrate FFA Week, Saturday, Feb. 19, through Saturday, Feb. 26. "Learn, Lead, Succeed" is the theme this year. More...

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Floriculture team The Jenkins County FFA Floriculture team competed in the Area IV Floriculture Competition Tuesday, Feb. 15, at Swainsboro High School. More...

JCHS FFA wins superior chapter award

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Kent is dairy winner

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Saxon selected for honor society

The Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society has selected Farrah Lynn Saxon, daughter of Donnie and Ann Saxon of Millen, for membership in the local chapter at Georgia Southern University. More...

Madray speaks to Rotary

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VISTA volunteers help Jenkins county

Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) volunteers read and spoke out during 2004, the first year of the tutoring and mentoring program. More...

Hermann, Clifton attend nutrition conference

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Millen Woman’s club meets, discusses projects

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4-H News

This past Thursday, the Statesboro Kiwanis Club presented a check in the amount of $500 to the Jenkins County 4-H Program. This money will be used for general operating money associated with making projects. More...

6th Annual Varmint Hunt to be held March 10

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Local farm wins third place

Tilmanstone Farms recently won third place in the no-till/strip-till irrigated division of the 2004 National Corn Growers Association More...