PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES
To be held on Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 4:30 p.m. at 1266 East Church Street
A public hearing on the proposed 2012 budgets of all Pickens County Government funds will be held Thursday, December 15, 2011 at 4:30 p.m. at 1266 East Church Street. Budgets are available for review at www.pickenscountyga.gov or in the Finance Director’s office between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Mo... more
Chattahoochee Technical College announced this week the three finalists for the Rick Perkins Award for Excellence in Technical Instruction, a statewide program initiated by the Technical College System of Georgia to honor outstanding instructors at the System's 25 member institutions. The three inst... more
The Chattahoochee Tech Golden Eagles football team was named champion of the National Club Football Association in the organization's final coaches poll, released Wednesday, Dec. 7. CTC finished with 141 total points in the final poll, including seven first-place votes. The Golden Eagles first ... more
Piedmont Mountainside Hospital has successfully implemented a new, computerized patient record and physician order entry (CPOE) system. Hundreds of physicians and clinicians have been trained to use the system, which can be accessed securely from the hospital, office or home. This system will greatl... more
As we busy ourselves getting ready for Christmas, and scurry about to buy gifts for children and loved ones, filled with our Christmas Cheer, there is a precious group of people that so often goes overlooked! A Nursing Home is the loneliest place you will ever be on Christmas! The Mission of “Ca... more
The Chattahoochee Tech basketball squads hosted East Georgia College in a pair of GCAA match-ups at the Smyrna Community Center on Tuesday night. The CTC women started the night off on a positive note with a 58-47 come-from-behind victory, but the men suffered their second straight narrow conference... more
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VA talks about things you might not have been aware of, and they break down and explain processes which might have bewildered you.
American flag from Billy Ledford’s memorial service to be flown during December.
Piedmont Mountainside Hospital plans to honor former Auxiliary member and Jasper, Ga. resident, Billy Ledford, by flying his memorial flag in front of the hospital December 1 to 31. A United States Navy veteran and active Auxiliary member, Ledford passed away July 9, 2011 at the age of 76. The flag ... more
$53,000 worth of Christmas gifts to the children of Pickens County last year
Last year the Fill-A-Stocking project served 1061 needy children from 469 Pickens County families. Applications for Christmas gifts are already pouring in, and with the increasing number of requests for financial assistance received by the Jasper Lions Club, it is likely that help will be requested... more
Volunteers needed with good writing ability to help with grants program.
If you have a passion for helping kids, but don’t have much time available, this may be for you! Our clubs need local volunteers who are organized and have good writing ability to help with our grant program. You can work from home on your own computer, and on your own schedule. We will teach you wh... more
Donate your coats by December 12
Coats will be given to children and adults of all ages who are in need. Contact Jacque at 678-910-6597 or email email@example.com for pick up.... more
Monetary donations equal votes-$10.00 is 10 votes
Instructors at Chattahoochee Technical College have nominated 32 of their students for the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) competition, according to Lucylle Shelton, coordinator for the college’s GOAL program. Now in its 40th year, GOAL, a statewide program of the Technical Coll... more
HEARTFELT THANKS to so many who made this year at Angels on Horseback ALL THAT IT WAS!!!