PICKENS COUNTY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES


  • SYBIL THOMPSON IS CHOSEN AS CHATTAHOOCHEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE’S GOAL WINNER (2/25/2010)

    Sybil Thompson of Marietta, a Nursing student at Chattahoochee Technical College, has been named as the college’s winner of the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL). The announcement was made at the college’s GOAL and Rick Perkins recognition luncheon on February 24, 2010 which was held ... more
  • SYBIL THOMPSON IS CHOSEN AS CHATTAHOOCHEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE’S GOAL WINNER
  • CHATTAHOOCHEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE NAMES SEMI-FINALISTS FOR GEORGIA OCCUPATIONAL AWARD OF LEADERSHIP AND RICK PERKINS AWARD (2/22/2010)

    Left Photo - From left to right: Mike Smith-North Metro Campus, Diesel Equipment Technology Instructor; Bill Moore-Appalachian Campus, Math Instructor; Lisa Houston-Marietta Campus, Business Administrative Technology Instructor; John Hatfield-North Metro Campus, Environmental Horticulture Instru... more
  • CHATTAHOOCHEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE NAMES SEMI-FINALISTS FOR GEORGIA OCCUPATIONAL AWARD OF LEADERSHIP AND RICK PERKINS AWARD
  • A Rose By Any Other Name… Will Still Have Thorns (2/16/2010)

    Pruning Roses: Grab your leather gloves, some band-aids, and a tube of Neosporin. You’re going to make it out alive, but chances are: you’re going to be scratched up pretty good. Pruning roses can be a time consuming, challenging, and potentially painful process. The way you prune your roses ... more
  • A Rose By Any Other Name… Will Still Have Thorns
  • Auditions for the next Tater Patch Production, Proof (2/16/2010)

    Auditions will be held for the next Tater Patch Production, Proof, on March 7 from 2-6 PM and March 8 from 6-8 PM. Proof has a cast of only 4 adults: And older man, a young woman (early 20's to mid 30's), an young man of similar age to this woman, and an older woman (early 30's to mid 40's). The p... more
  • Chattahoochee Technical College Launches Social Media Networks (2/16/2010)

    Starting February 1, Chattahoochee Technical College is now more “connected” than ever before. The college officially entered into the world of social media with the launch of the college’s social media networks. CTC will now be represented throughout a variety of social networks with a presence on... more
  • BLACK HISTORY MONTH MARKS IMPORTANCE OF DIVERSE DONORS (2/12/2010)

    Blood donors from diverse backgrounds can take their place in history by making and keeping an appointment to help save a life during Black History Month. African-Americans have a distinguished history in shaping blood services programs within the American Red Cross. In the 1940s, medical researc... more
  • Smith Named New Registrar for Chattahoochee Technical College (2/12/2010)

    Ms. Connie Smith of Cartersville has been named the new Registrar for Chattahoochee Technical College. Smith is no stranger to technical education. She worked for the college’s North Metro campus from 1994-2008 in various positions, including Registrar, Vice President of Student Affairs and Vice Pre... more
  • Smith Named New Registrar for Chattahoochee Technical College
  • Tater Patch is currently considering candidates for a Director and a Producer for Smoke on the Mountain and also for a Producer for Guys and Dolls. (2/12/2010)

    Tater Patch is currently considering candidates for a Director and a Producer for Smoke on the Mountain and also for a Producer for Guys and Dolls. The Director is responsible for the overall acting/singing in the show. For Smoke, Thelma (Bay) Cagle has been designated as the music director. Th... more
  • Community Bank of Pickens County Welcomes Megan Payne (2/11/2010)

    John Trammell, President and CEO of Community Bank of Pickens County, is pleased to announce the addition to their team of Megan Payne as a Teller at the Sammy McGhee location. Mr. Trammell stated, “We continue to add bright folks to our staff who focus on outstanding customer service. Megan will be... more
  • Community Bank of Pickens County Welcomes Megan Payne
  • Troop 10602 Working on Money Patch (2/11/2010)

    The Girl Scouts of America Daisys and Brownies Troop #10602 with Troop Leaders Shelly Vincent and Candice Johns, visited Community Bank of Pickens County and received a full tour of the bank. Shown in photo is Troop touring the Safety Deposit Room. The Troop was given an overview of what happens to ... more
  • Troop 10602 Working on Money Patch
  • Almost, Maine opens the season for Tater Patch Players (2/9/2010)

    Tater Patch Players is fast approaching its opening show of the 2010 season. Please join them for the delightful story of love and hope, Almost, Maine, sponsored by Community Bank of Pickens County. This is the first show that Tater Patch will perform at the Chamber of Commerce building. This wil... more
  • Almost, Maine opens the season for Tater Patch Players
  • DO YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW TO KEEP ALL YOUR PAYCHECK? (2/8/2010)

    Then come to the February 23rd meeting of your Pickens County TEA Party and hear speaker, Jack Smith of Gilmer County, tell you how this is possible. The FAIR TAX plan is a comprehensive proposal that replaces all federal income and payroll based taxes with an integrated approach including a nat... more
  • First Bitter Bash to raise funds for Red Cross - Anti-Valentine's Day event will be fun for singles and couples (2/8/2010)

    KnowPickens.com announces the 1st Annual Bitter Bash - an anti-Valentine party on February 12th at 8 p.m. at Fireside Café & Pub in Marble Hill. KnowPickens.com owner, Mari Livsey, enlisted social coordinator and friend, Terri Chastain to help plan the event. The idea was to have an affordable so... more
  • First Bitter Bash to raise funds for Red Cross - Anti-Valentine's Day event will be fun for singles and couples
  • Sharptop Arts Association inspires the community by offering soul connecting art experiences through March classes (2/8/2010)

    Sharptop Arts Association inspires the community by offering soul connecting art experiences through March classes. Many of our classes are tailor made for the budding artist, and all are taught by experienced professionals. Information about each class is provided below, and all classes will be hel... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech Helps to Train Army Reserve Personnel (2/5/2010)

    It’s the first time in history the United States Army Reserve has utilized educational training resources outside the Corp. Chattahoochee Technical College has been contracted by the U.S. Army to instruct students in computer networking technologies. The fifteen-week, 14 course program is comprised... more
  • Chattahoochee Tech Helps to Train Army Reserve Personnel
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