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Mount de Sales Academy Hosts Alumnae Christmas Breakfast

Mount de Sales Academy Hosts Alumnae Christmas Breakfast

Mount de Sales Academy hosted its Alumnae Christmas Breakfast on Friday, December 14. This annual event honors the graduates of the MDS all-girls classes.

Held in Mount de Sales Trinity House, on Macon’s registry of Historic homes, a total of 18 graduates from 1942 through 1962 gathered to celebrate the annual event. Following a delicious breakfast and fellowship, the group attended the school Christmas concert in the Zuver Performing Arts Theater where they were recognized as honored guests.

Mount de Sales Academy Hosts Annual Alumni Basketball Games

Mount de Sales Academy Hosts Annual Alumni Basketball Games

Mount de Sales Academy was proud to host its annual MDS Alumni Basketball Games on Saturday, December 22, 2013. Over 45 years of MDS graduates were represented by the alumni on hand to participate in the annual get-together and game-play.

Concert to Commemorate MLK Jr. Speech's 50th Anniversary

Concert to Commemorate MLK Jr. Speech's 50th Anniversary

 

The Gospel Corner Radio Show partners with V101.7 to present the 50th anniversary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s I Have A Dream speech.

The concert is on January 31, according to the news release.

The concert will feature the award-winning artists Vashawn Mitchell, James Fortune & Fiya, Le'Andria Johnson and Zacardi Cortez.  The event will be hosted by comedian Shucky Ducky and Middle Georgia's own Dr. Jay Terrell & Essence of Worship will also perform.  

Tickets range from $15-25.

Welcoming 2013: Making the Most of the New Year

Welcoming 2013: Making the Most of the New Year

Today is my first day in the office for 2013. I intentionally took time off over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays to step back from work, enjoy my family and clear my head. Now I’m back and ready to hit the ground running! How about you?

 

In the past I’ve never been much of a believer in writing down my goals or making them for that matter. It all seemed a little woo-woo and out there. However in 2012 I worked with a wonderful organizer and business coach Paris Love (www.parisloveinstitute.com) who convinced me of the importance of setting goals.

Welcoming 2013: Making the Most of the New Year

Welcoming 2013: Making the Most of the New Year

Today is my first day in the office for 2013. I intentionally took time off over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays to step back from work, enjoy my family and clear my head. Now I’m back and ready to hit the ground running! How about you?

 

In the past I’ve never been much of a believer in writing down my goals or making them for that matter. It all seemed a little woo-woo and out there. However in 2012 I worked with a wonderful organizer and business coach Paris Love (www.parisloveinstitute.com) who convinced me of the importance of setting goals.

Young Jeezy to Appear at Christmas Toy Giveaway

Young Jeezy to Appear at Christmas Toy Giveaway

Some Macon kids will get a celebrity appearance along with their Christmas presents this Christmas Eve.

Macon's own Grammy winner and recording artist Young Jeezy is slated to appear at Stone Academy Monday.

He'll be a part of the Annual Christmas Toy Giveaway, according to a Stone Academy news release.

The toy giveaway benefits "hundreds of children in need." Young Jeezy and director Tony Lowden teamed up to provide toys for Pleasant Hill families and the Macon community as a whole.

 

Where did Bo go?

Where did Bo go?

After a tornado decimated her Monroe County neighborhood last year, Wendy Veal and her husband, along with several neighbors, began the long process of rebuilding. Not all of the neighbors returned. Among them was a family that owned a black dog.

No one is quite sure, but it's possible the dog fled during the storm.

Fast forward to about one week ago, when Veal spotted a large, black animal on the surveillance video of her home.

"I thought it was a panther," she said. "I told my husband, be careful when you're cranking up the car because there's a big, black animal out there."

Early the next morning, long before sunrise, Veal went outside. "This dog lifted up his head from behind the woodpile," she said. "He looked about 60 pounds, and he's a full-grown black lab."

When she returned from work later that day, the starved dog was still there, so she gave him food and water. "I gave him three big bowls of water and lots of dog food," she said.