This Camp is design for 10 years old – 16 years old. It will help big excitement for the game of golf and further the development of the current youth golfer.
JONES COUNTY – Now is the time for Jones County residents to get prepared for hurricane season, which officially begins on June 1. Jones County EMA, along with the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be promoting Hurricane Preparedness Week from May 15-21. Although hurricanes can’t…Details
The Commissioners have approved for public works to assist in helping do some grade work at the golf course. This work will help in better play and control of water shed when we have hard rains. I would like to ask everyone to please be patient and bare with us for the next two months…Details
Next week (March 14-18) is Flood Safety Preparedness Week for the state of Georgia. Based on a 30-year average (1985-2014), more people are killed from flooding/flash flooding then any other weather hazard and we continue to see the devastating impacts of Flooding/Flash Flooding can have on people across the country. NWS Peachtree City/Atlanta is detailing…Details
Spring is quickly approaching, bringing volatile weather and an increased potential for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Tornadoes are Georgia’s number one weather-related killer, and it’s important to be prepared for the unexpected. Get ready now — identify where you will take shelter during a storm, download the Ready Georgia mobile app to receive weather alerts,…Details
Early Voting is now underway at the Elections Office inside the Government Center. Come in each weekday now through February 26, 8:30-5:00 and cast your ballot for the March 1st Presidential Preference Primary. We will also be here on Saturday, February 20th, 9:00-4:00. Don’t put it off until tomorrow, we’re here for you today!
Are you Ready for an Emergency? (ATLANTA) – Governor Nathan Deal, in collaboration with the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security and the National Weather Service, looks to refresh, remind and educate Georgians about the seasonal threats from severe weather during Severe Weather Preparedness Week (Feb. 1-5). “Georgia began the year with torrential rains and flash…Details