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Things to do in (Middle) Georgia this Summer, Part V

Things to do in (Middle) Georgia this Summer, Part V

Things to do in Middle Georgia this Summer, Part V

After the adrenaline rush of Part IV, this installment slows things back down a tad so the entire family can jump in and have fun. As always, these venues are within a short driving distance from middle Georgia so pack up the kids for a day trip and have more fun while summer lasts.

Things to do in Middle Georgia this Summer, Part IV

Things to do in Middle Georgia this Summer, Part IV

Things to do in Middle Georgia this Summer, Part IV

This installment picks up the pace a little and was created with adrenaline junkies in mind. If you have nerves of steel or just like to have some serious fun, both parents and kids alike will find something they enjoy on this list. All events/venues are within 2.5 hours of middle Georgia so there's no excuse not to make a day of it while summer is still here.

Eat Some of the Biggest Cobbler You've Seen!

We want to see your cobbler experience! E-mail photos and videos to whereyoulive@13wmaz.com

190 Youth Attend 2nd Annual Kids and Pros Football Camp

190 Youth Attend 2nd Annual Kids and Pros Football Camp

Almost 120 parents stayed to watch the 190 attendees at the 2nd Annual Kids and Pros football camp which began at Tanner Park in Warner Robins on Monday night.

19 former NFL players and local coaches are instructing the attendees on basic football skills and "life lessons."

The camp continues through Thursday night.

Walk in registrations will be accepted for Kids and Pros youth football camp on Monday, June 6

Walk in registrations will be accepted for Kids and Pros youth football camp on Monday, June 6

            Warner Robins – Organizers announced today that they expect nearly 200 attendees at the 2nd Annual Kids and Pros youth football camp to be held at Tanner Park on Carl Vinson Parkway June 6-9 from 6-9 pm. Though it is too late for online registration, walk-up registrations will be accepted at 5:30 pm on Monday for those with cash or cashier’s checks (no personal checks).

“The local community has really stepped up this year,” said community leader Keith Lauritsen. “Because of the great financial support, we can serve a full camp of 200 attendees between the ages of 7 and 13.” Local fundraising efforts allowed Kids and Pros to “scholarship” some young attendees who were not able to pay for the camp, according to Lauritsen.

It's National Running Day!

National Running Day is today, June 1!

You can search for a group run Where You Live

A group run is listed for the Macon Trails from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m.

Here are 10 Ways to Celebrate National Running Day. And no, running is not listed 10 times. :)

 

 

Relay for Life: Which Survivor Inspires You?

 In honor of the Relay for Life events that are happening, or have happened in the area, we want to hear your survivor stories.

Is there a cancer survivor who has inspired you? How do they inspire you?

We want to hear your stories! Tell us by using the commenting feature on this article.