PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES

  • Robotics Camp @ Fastest Dog (7/12/2013)

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  • Robotics Camp @ Fastest Dog
  • Insect Symmetry @ Library (7/11/2013)

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  • Insect Symmetry @ Library
  • Come Celebrate National Dance Day at the Courthouse on July 27th (7/9/2013)

    Pickens County will celebrate dance and movement with the world on National Dance Day, July 27, 2013. Everyone is invited to participate! This year, we will be on the front lawn of the newly renovated courthouse in downtown Jasper starting at 10:00am. This is the 3rd annual participation for ... more
  • Come Celebrate National Dance Day at the Courthouse on July 27th
  • Denise M. Duncan, IOM of Pickens County Chamber of Commerce Graduates from Institute for Organization Management (7/9/2013)
    A Leadership Training Program Produced by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
    Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is pleased to announce that Denise M. Duncan, IOM, President, of the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce, has graduated from the program and has received the recognition of IOM. Awa... more
  • Denise M. Duncan, IOM of Pickens County Chamber of Commerce Graduates from Institute for Organization Management
  • FRIENDS OF THE ANIMAL SHELTER OF PICKENS COUNTY (ASPC) - NEW FACES AT COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKETS (7/9/2013)
    Commemorative Bricks being sold to raise funds
    In an effort to focus the community on the needs of the Animal Shelter for creation of green space, fencing, canopy & landscaping, the Friends have united to start fund raising and doing educational programs at the Farmers Markets each week. The kick off item to raise funds is a commemorative ... more
  • FRIENDS OF THE ANIMAL SHELTER OF PICKENS COUNTY (ASPC) - NEW FACES AT COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKETS
  • Pickens Chamber Breakfast (7/9/2013)

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  • Pickens Chamber Breakfast
  • Pickens County TEA Party Monthly Round Table Meeting (7/9/2013)
    “IF I EVER SAY ANYTHING THAT OFFENDS YOU IN ANY WAY, YOU PROBABLY DESERVED IT” SAYS GUEST SPEAKER AT MONTHLY ROUND TABLE LUNCH
    The Round Table concept is to present educational, informative and entertaining programs in a short amount of time to motivate people to get excited and get involved! Through just “throwing a topic out there” to discuss, to having speakers to discuss current topics of interest-the previous meeti... more
  • Pickens County TEA Party Monthly Round Table Meeting
  • Practice your Salsa for August Event (7/9/2013)

    No, not Salsa dancing, although that would be fun if anyone wants to do that, but making Salsa, the (usually) tomato based hot sauce of Mexican cuisine. It will be Jasper Farmers Market fourth annual salsa contest with a whole new twist. This year we will have two other local farmers mark... more
  • Practice your Salsa for August Event
  • Tater Patch's Bob Countryman Takes on a Big Role (7/9/2013)

    Robert Countryman's theater roots go back to high school and a love of Shakespeare. In college and graduate school, he was convinced he did not have acting abilities, and excelled in technical theater, receiving an M.A. in Scenic Design from Wayne State University in 1975. He spent a few years at ... more
  • Tater Patch's Bob Countryman Takes on a Big Role
  • Four Legged Love From Midnight (7/8/2013)

    If you are looking for a loyal and fun companion, a buddy for one of your pets, someone to talk to, take rides with, or hold in your lap, please consider one of the following pets who need a forever home to fill with laughter and love: Hello, I am Midnight. I am a Terrier Mix and I weigh... more
  • Four Legged Love From Midnight
  • REPUBLICAN ELEPHANT LOOSE IN JASPER (7/8/2013)

    The 4th of July 'Star-Spangled Splendor' Parade was a little damp but thanks to a lot of good spirited volunteers, the Pickens County GOP Elephant took to the streets of Jasper for the Lion's Club Parade. The crowd was really good considering how the weather forecast predicted such doom and gloom. ... more
  • REPUBLICAN ELEPHANT LOOSE IN JASPER
  • SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TURKEY SEASON PROPOSED FOR YOUTH AND MOBILITY IMPAIRED; PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED (7/6/2013)

    Hunters and other interested citizens are encouraged to review a proposed rule establishing a special opportunity turkey season for youth (<16-years of age) and mobility impaired persons. If adopted, this special opportunity would be effective for the 2014 turkey season. The public notice and syno... more
  • SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TURKEY SEASON PROPOSED FOR YOUTH AND MOBILITY IMPAIRED; PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED
  • Burnt Mountain Matters July 2013 (7/5/2013)
    Newsletter for Burnt Mountain Center (PDF)
    In this issue: Board Member Spotlight, Outdoor Kitchen, New Employees, Job Site Spotlight, BMC Birthdays, Employee of the Month, July 4th Recipe, BMC Mean & Lean in 2013: Just Say No to Junky Bones July, and Stars of the Month...
  • Burnt Mountain Matters July 2013
  • Ceremony Honored GED Recipients at Chattahoochee Technical College (7/5/2013)

    For the 72 students participating in the Chattahoochee Technical College Adult Education Recognition Ceremony Thursday, this was a celebration they missed out on in high school. The graduates represent just a portion of the 715 students who took GED examinations at Chattahoochee Technical College’s ... more
  • Ceremony Honored GED Recipients at Chattahoochee Technical College
  • Chattahoochee Tech in the Top 100 List for 2-Year Colleges (7/5/2013)

    Chattahoochee Technical College was recently named to the list of the Top 100 certificate-producing institutions in the United States among more than 1,800 two-year colleges that conferred such awards during the 2012-2013 academic year. Ranking 25 out of the top 100, Georgia’s largest technical coll... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech in the Top 100 List for 2-Year Colleges
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