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Historic Douglass Theatre Presents:


December 9

7:00 PM

Tickets $20

355 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

Macon, GA


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The 14th Annual Anita Ponder and Friends Holiday Feast Scheduled for Christmas Day

A free, holiday feast will take place on Christmas Day at the Douglass Theatre from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The event will serve over 1600 people and will include over 1000 Meals on Wheels clients. Toys, clothes and shoes will be available for those who need them.

Local barbers will be on site to give complimentary haircuts and a complimentary salon service with a local stylist will also be available.

AJ the DJ will provide the live, holiday music entertainment.

For more information, contact Anita Ponder at 478-978-5067.

Community members are asked to call for free rides to the dinner, call if you or someone you know is in need, call if you want to volunteer and call if you want to donate food, toys or clothes.


Lunch with Santa

Lunch with Santa

Lunch with Santa will be on Dec. 11, hosted by the Byron Area Historical Society (BAHS).

The cost is $10.00 and includes a lunch accompanied by Santa and picture with Santa.

This year’s theme is Gingerbread Christmas and will take place at the Historic Train Depot.

The lunch will begin at 10 a.m. and there will be five sessions in the afternoon.

Seating is limited. For more information or to reserve your spot at this special event, contact BAHS president Glenda Myers at 478-956-0328.

The Methodist Home for Children and Youth: Day 6 of 13 Days of Giving

The Methodist Home for Children and Youth: Day 6 of 13 Days of Giving

The Methodist Home for Children and Youth is more than a home for children, it is also a home for a host of children and family programs and services.

You can help with The Methodist Home for Children and Youth by adopting a child or cottage for Christmas.

Learn more by visiting www.themethodisthome.org, e-mail information@themethodisthome.org or call 478-751-2800.

We'll have more on Methodist Home for Children and Youth on 13WMAZ Eyewitness news today and tonight.

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Volunteers Bring Christmas Spirit into Fort Valley Home

Some Central Georgians brought the holiday spirit into a Fort Valley home Sunday.

Jay's Hope volunteers spent their afternoon stringing lights and hanging ornaments for Carleesia Hinton.

The 10-year-old from Fort Valley was diagnosed with Hopkins Lymphoma about a month ago.  Jay's Hope is a group that helps families with kids battling cancer.

Carleesia's mom, Carla Stephens, says last year, the family lost a daughter to childhood cancer.  She says the family was grieving and didn't decorate.

This year Carleesia says she wants a glowing Christmas tree and lights for the neighbors to see.

Stephens says volunteers helping to bring in the Christmas spirit is a big help.

"This is really making my day," she said. "It's good to know that people care so much to come into your home and do all of this."

Hundreds Turn Out For State Rep. Tony Sellier's Funeral

More than 300 people turned out for the funeral service of Fort Valley State Rep. Tony Sellier Saturday.

The service began at St. Juliana's Catholic Church in Fort Valley at 3 p.m. and wrapped up around 4:20 p.m. 

Sellier died Tuesday night after complications from surgery.  He was 65.

"For the first two days my mind was mush.  But I've gained strength from what I see here, and I'm inspired to take it with me now," says Sellier's youngest brother, Victor.

Among those who attended the funeral were several state representatives, including, Larry O'Neal, R-Warner Robins, Allen Peake, R-Macon and David Lucas, D-Macon.

"Both Democrats, Republicans, local elected officials, non-elected officials, just citizens, loved Tony because he was such a darn good guy," Peake said after the service.

Byron Christmas Parade Draws Crowd

Folks hit the streets to catch Byron's Christmas parade on Saturday afternoon.

About 100 people waved to floats along Main Street.  Local bands also played Christmas music and dancers showed off their skills.

The crowd caught candy and watched Santa Claus and other parade favorites pass by.

Barbara Myers says she came out to watch her grandchild who's part of the parade.  Myers says she hangs out at the event each year to get into the holiday and community spirit.

"It helps the schools and the clubs, just kind of a show of what they have done or what they do during the year and get their names out in public," says Myers.