PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


  • Pickens County Planning & Development September 2011 Report (10/7/2011)

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  • The Pickens County Tea Party brings to the front a discussion about a 'Taxing Matter' (10/7/2011)

    The Tea Party has always stuck to the premise that you must be informed in all aspects of an issue to be able to make an intelligent decision about a matter. This is true in everyday life, especially when it comes to TAXES. The T (taxed) E (enough) A (already) Party started as a citizens cry agai... more
  • The Pickens County Tea Party brings to the front a discussion about a 'Taxing Matter'
  • Chattahoochee Tech unveils expansion of program at Canton (10/6/2011)

    One of Chattahoochee Technical College’s most popular programs is branching out. Air Conditioning Technology classes are now offered on both the Canton and Marietta campuses – making it the first technical studies program to make its way to the new Cherokee County campus. “It is important that ... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech unveils expansion of program at Canton
  • Tea and Talk with Piedmont Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology doctors (10/6/2011)

    Ladies of all ages are invited to get to know the Piedmont Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology doctors in a casual comfortable environment, while discovering the answers to your most pressing female questions. WHO: Vincent Molinari, M.D., earned his medical degree from the University of Bologn... more
  • Tea and Talk with Piedmont Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology doctors
  • Renasant Bank is Going Pink for the Cure (10/5/2011)
    Various fundraisers in the month of October for the Susan G. Komen foundation
    Renasant Bank is going pink for a cure in the month of October to raise money for Susan G. Komen Foundation, the global leader of the breast cancer movement. The fundraiser kicked off on Monday, October 3rd with a bake sale and on Tuesday the staff sported pink hair and hats. Many activities a... more
  • Renasant Bank is Going Pink for the Cure
  • Secretary Shinseki Announces an Additional $10.3 Million (10/5/2011)

    Eleven states will share more than $10.3 million in grants to community groups to provide enhanced services for homeless Veterans this year. This is in addition to the $59.5 million in preventive grants awarded earlier this year. "Homelessness is a national issue that will be solved at the local ... more
  • Are you blessed? How about being a blessing to others in your community? (10/4/2011)
    Be part of FEED OUR FAMILY on Thanksgiving Day
    Take the opportunity to be part of FEED OUR FAMILY in Pickens County; which will be providing a meal, games, and family fun on Thanksgiving Day! There are many ways to volunteer or donate… • Prepare food, cook (Tues. before) • Set-up (before) • Help with games, prizes, help Santa etc. • Se... more
  • Chattahoochee Technical College Goes for Gold with Canton Campus (10/4/2011)

    Less than one year old, the Canton Campus of Chattahoochee Technical College is already receiving recognition by the US Green Building Council. Officials announced last week that the college’s eighth campus has been designated LEED Gold certified. “This designation puts this campus in the upper e... more
  • Chattahoochee Technical College Goes for Gold with Canton Campus
  • No. 1 Golden Eagles Rout Shorter JV, 33-3, To Improve To 4-0 (10/4/2011)

    The Chattahoochee Tech club football team improved to 4-0 on the season by coasting to a 33-3 victory over the Shorter JV squad. The Golden Eagles, ranked No. 1 in the latest National Club Football Association coaches poll, answered an early Hawks field goal with a second-quarter touchdown run by Pa... more
  • The Northeast Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes Encourage Public to Thank American Service Members though Holiday Mail for Heroes Program (10/4/2011)
    Holiday Wishes Deliver 'A Touch of Home' to U.S. Military Members, Veterans and Families
    For a fifth year, the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes Inc. are teaming up to deliver holiday cheer and greetings to service members, their families and veterans throughout the holiday season. The Holiday Mail for Heroes program provides Americans the opportunity to send holiday greetings to ... more
  • The Northeast Georgia Chapter of the American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes Encourage Public to Thank American Service Members though Holiday Mail for Heroes Program
  • Art was Alive this past weekend in the Chamber of Commerce building (10/3/2011)

    It was good to see so many of the Marble Festival attendees come in to appreciate the outstanding works of art that were on display. As I (along with a number of other volunteers) spent time there, it was so interesting to hear their comments, their likes and dislikes. Art is truly in the eye of th... more
  • Art was Alive this past weekend in the Chamber of Commerce building
  • Pickens County Tea Party guest speakers Joe Hendricks, District Attorney and Patti Gettinger, Vice Chairman of the Georgia Tea Party (10/3/2011)
    Video on www.NorthGAPolitics.com
    Topics: "The Ancient Orgins of American Liberty and What it Means to Us Today" by Appalachian District Attorney Joe Hendricks and "Agenda 21" by Patti Gettinger, Vice Chairman of the Georgia Tea Party....
  • Pickens County Tea Party guest speakers Joe Hendricks, District Attorney and Patti Gettinger, Vice Chairman of the Georgia Tea Party
  • Representative Rick Jasperse (District 12) and Senator Steve Gooch (District 51) address Big Canoe HOA (10/3/2011)
    Click title for video on NorthGaPolitics.com
    State Representative Rick Jasperse (District 12) and Senator Steve Gooch (District 51) were guest speakers of the Big Canoe Home Owners Association (HOA). Topics addressed were Redistricing, Transportation (T-Splost), Immigration and Finances. Click title for video on
  • Representative Rick Jasperse (District 12) and Senator Steve Gooch (District 51) address Big Canoe HOA
  • "It's What They Do, Just Accept It." Not good enough says the Tea Party. (9/30/2011)

    Have you seen this TV commercial where a guy at an ATM is pondering the choices he is being given about how the bank will use his money? Well, isn't this the way we all feel today as the news media heats up and analyzes the blazes out of every word every candidate says and imposes their own views ab... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech moves a step closer to its own police department (9/30/2011)

    Public Safety officers from all eight of Chattahoochee Technical College’s campuses gathered in Jasper to be sworn in as official members of the college’s newly designated police department. It is one step in many that will transition the college’s department of public safety. Already recognized ... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech moves a step closer to its own police department
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