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Flint Wins Educational Patron Award

Flint Wins Educational Patron Award

 

HOUSTON COUNTY, GA – Flint Energies has won the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals (GAESP) 2012 Educational Patron Award for District 11.  As a district winner, Flint Energies is a finalist for the Georgia Distinguished Educational Patron Award.  Flint was nominated by Eagle Springs Elementary School Principal Dr. Andrea McGee.  The award will be presented at the GAESP Fall Principals Conference on Nov. 3, 2012, at St. Simons Island.  The state winner will also be announced for the first time.   

GAESP consists of 16 districts.  Each district may select an outstanding educational supporter for this award.  An excerpt from the nomination packet for Flint follows.

Job Opening in Fort Valley

Job Opening in Fort Valley

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. 

Job Opening in Fort Valley

Job Opening in Fort Valley

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. 

You can see more jobs available in Central Georgia on 13WMAZ's Job Market Thursday page.

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    Job Title:    Construction/Facilities Maintenance
    Location:    FORT VALLEY GA
    Pay:          Depends On Experience
    Education:  12 Years
    Job Number: GA8055875
    36 months general maintenance experience; must have carpentry skills; valid driver's license.

     

How to Get 59 Percent Off for Lane Southern Orchard's Corn Maze and Hayride

How to Get 59 Percent Off for Lane Southern Orchard's Corn Maze and Hayride

13WMAZ's DealChicken has a deal for you: Take the family to Lane Southern Orchard's for 59% off.

Purchase The Deal

• $9 for 1 child, ages 4-12, and 1 adult admission to the corn maze and hayride ($22 value)

• -or- $13 for 2 adult admissions to the corn maze and hayride ($26 value)

Report: Peach Regional Medical Center's Economical Impact $3.8 Million

Report: Peach Regional Medical Center's Economical Impact $3.8 Million

The Peach Regional Medical Center announces that its construction's economical impact  should generate an estimated $3.8 million for the local economy.

RELATED | Peach County 'Tops Off' New Hospital

According to a Central Georgia Health System news release, the estimated local economic impact comes in a report from the Middle Georgia Regional Commission.

Upon the expected completion in the summer of 2013, Peach County will have a modern 25-bed hospital.

The new facility will be 68,000 square feet. That's about 15,000 square feet larger than the current Peach Regional Medical Center facility in Fort Valley.

 

Job Opening in Fort Valley

Job Opening in Fort Valley

Call the Department of Labor Career Center at (478) 751-6164 and give them the job number of the position that interests you. 

You can see more jobs available in Central Georgia on 13WMAZ's Job Market Thursday page.

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    Job Title:    Web Developer
    Location:    Fort Valley GA GA  
    Pay:          N/A
    Education:  Bachelor Degree
    Job Number: GA8054458
    48 months experience as a web developer; knowledge of design, development, maintenance and administration of solutions in Ektron, Drupal, SharePoint, or other common CMS platforms

     

     

Nightmare on Byron's Main Street Features Trick-or-Treating

Nightmare on Byron's Main Street Features Trick-or-Treating

 Warning, be on the lookout for ghouls, goblins, ghosts and more on Wednesday, October 31st because that is when NIGHTMARE on MAIN STREET takes place!

The Byron Rotary Club will be having a costume contest in the gazebo at Jailhouse Park at 5:30 and trick or treating on Main Street takes place from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.

If your business or organization would like to hand out candy please contact Tiffany at 956-5555 to reserve a space on Main Street.

There is no fee and is a great way to let the community know youare here. Have fun with it….dress up and be creative! If you want tosee what nearly 5,000 folks in Halloween attire looks like then headout to Night Mare on Main Street!