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CGTC Board of Directors Chair elected

CGTC Board of Directors Chair elected

Houston County retired superintendent was also elected to the vice chair position for 2014-2015.

Twiggs County resident and retired educator, Sarah Hawthorne, was named as the chair of CGTC's Board of Directors.

According to a release, she also served as the vice chair of the Board in the past year, when CGTC and MGTC merged.

She'll serve a one-year term.

CGTC's board of directors is comprised of a group of business leaders from the eleven counties CGTC serves in Baldwin, Bibb, Crawford, Dooly, Houston, Jones, Monroe, Peach, Pulaski, Putnam and Twiggs counties.

 

Eight DJs spinning at "Over-Do Day Party" downtown Saturday

Eight DJs spinning at "Over-Do Day Party" downtown Saturday

This Saturday, head over to Roasted Macon for another edition of The Over-Do Day Party, what event-planners are calling "the most eclectic day party in the city."

It all goes down at Roasted Macon from 3-7 p.m. DJ Bruce Wonder, DJ Shawty Slim will be spinning, along with Delfonik, Roger Riddle, DJ Ron and DJ Frosty. Two more special guests will be announced.

Pre-teen entrepreneur camp in Middle Georgia puts kids to work for themselves

Pre-teen entrepreneur camp in Middle Georgia puts kids to work for themselves

According to the National Youth Employment Coalition, youth employment is at a 60-year low. While some kids vie for summer jobs, Building Young Entrepreneurs will put them to work for themselves.

Building Young Entrepreneurs (BYE) is a program for middle school students created to recruit and train the next generation of entrepreneurs. During the 8-week camp, students will learn to develop a real business, raise start-up funds, and pitch their idea at the end of the summer. The curriculum includes emphasis on writing, networking, and presentation skills. Camp goers will see real examples of entrepreneurs their age running successful businesses.

Pre-teen entrepreneur camp in Middle Georgia puts kids to work for themselves

Pre-teen entrepreneur camp in Middle Georgia puts kids to work for themselves

According to the National Youth Employment Coalition, youth employment is at a 60-year low. While some kids vie for summer jobs, Building Young Entrepreneurs will put them to work for themselves.

Building Young Entrepreneurs (BYE) is a program for middle school students created to recruit and train the next generation of entrepreneurs. During the 8-week camp, students will learn to develop a real business, raise start-up funds, and pitch their idea at the end of the summer. The curriculum includes emphasis on writing, networking, and presentation skills. Camp goers will see real examples of entrepreneurs their age running successful businesses.

Library Ballroom hosts Allman Brothers Band 45th Anniversary Reception

Library Ballroom hosts Allman Brothers Band 45th Anniversary Reception

Adult Field Day in May

Adult Field Day in May

Do you miss Field Day from your school days?

Macon-Bibb Parks and Recreation has an antidote for your nostalgia: Adult Field Day on May 17.

If you're interested, you can download the registration form. It's $150 for a team of six people.

Deadline is May 9.

Sundown Screen Series continues

Sundown Screen Series continues