October 13, 2010 RSS feed / Other Jenkins News

A look back

A visit to the Olde Freight Depot Museum, located at the Millen-Jenkins County Chamber of Commerce on Cotton Avenue, is like taking a trip in a time machine. More...

Future artists

Jenkins County Family Enrichment Center held a two week B.L.A.S.T. “Active Arts in Afterschool” Program at Jenkins County Middle School. More...

Georgia schools’ AP results released

Governor Sonny Perdue and State School Superintendent Brad Bryant recently announced Georgia’s 2009-10 Advanced Placement (AP) results. More...

Old Millen High School for sale

The old Millen High School, located on the site of the old primary school property which was recently destroyed by fire, is being offered for sale as a surplus building for demolition and removal by t More...

Lions Club raises money

Members of the Lions Club sold brooms and mops at the Fair-on-the-Square to raise funds to purchase glasses for those in need. More...

ADAR Mukerson receives Navy commendation

Whitney Muckerson received a letter of commendation and a coin presented by her commanding officer. These awards are not received by many. Her commanding officer said he has heard great things about Muckerson throughout the Navy base.   More...

Buckhead Revisited flower show

Azalea Garden Club sponsored a National Garden Club, Inc. Small Standard Flower Show at the Jenkins County Memorial Library on Oct. 2.   The theme of the show, Buckhead Revisited, was the inspiration for the individual Design Classes.   More...

Plan for Halloween safety

The trick to making Halloween a treat is being prepared, experts say. More...

Pumpkin picking time has arrived

One of the surest signs that fall is upon us is the appearance of pumpkins for sale along roadsides. If the pumpkins are ready for harvest, frost can’t be far behind. More...

Retired Educators meet

Dorothy Wilson, president, Georgia Retired Educators Association, met with members of the Jenkins Retired Educators Association at its September meeting. More...

NJCVFD graduates volunteers

The North Jenkins Fire Department has graduated eight new volunteer firefighters from the Basic Combat Firefighters Course. More...