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3rd Annual Capitol City Fun Run

The 3rd Annual Old Capitol City Classic 5K and 1 mile fun run, Saturday, April 30.

The start/finish will be held at the Oconee Regional Medical Center and wil be run on paved streets in and around the hospital campus.

Proceeds from the race will benefit the ORMC walking track improvements initiative.

Packet pickup and race day registration will begin at 6:30 a.m.

Oak Hill Middle Takes Home Second

Oak Hill Middle Takes Home Second

Oak Hill Middle School from Milledgeville took home 2nd place against T.J Elder/Washington County Wednesday.

The score was 14-4. 

Annual Chamber Golf Classic

The Annual Chamber Golf Classic will take place Friday, April 15.

Tee times are at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at the Milledgeville Country Club.

A box lunch can be picked up at noon.

For more information, contact the chamber at 478-453-9311.

Central State Hospital Foundation Hosts Culver Kidd Memorial Golf Tournament

The 15th Annual Central State Hospital Foundation Culver Kidd Memorial Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday April 16, 2011 at Little Fishing Creek Golf Course.  The tournament will be a four man scramble.

Registration begins at 9:00 a.m., and tee off starts at 10:00. Registration is $100 per person or $300 per team if signed up by April 8, 2011. Registration also includes tee and green fees as well as lunch.

You can send registration to Kari Brown at 620 Broad Street, Milledgeville, GA, 31061, or register online at www.centralstatehospital.org

Mulligans can be purchased in a $25 package that includes 2 Mulligans and a door prize ticket.

March First Friday: 'I'rish I Was Downtown'

Milledgeville's second First Friday is scheduled for Friday, March 4 with the theme: “I’rish I was

The First Fridays Committee, has planned a First Friday Art Walk planned, a Digital Bridges news release says.

The focus of First Fridays is to celebrate the diversity of art in Milledgeville: painting, drawing, ceramics, music, theatre,
photography, literature, culinary and so much more. Roughly 40 downtown merchants will be
participating by inviting artists to display their talents in their businesses.

Oconee River Greenway Foundation Information Meeting

What: Oconee River Greenway Foundation Information Meeting

When: 7 p.m., Thursday, December 9

Where: Knight Community Innovation Center, 127 W. Hancock St., next to the Campus Theater in downtown Milledgeville.

The Oconee River Greenway Foundation invites Milledgeville-Baldwin County residents to help plan the future of the community’s natural gem on the banks of the Oconee River.

The Greenway Foundation, in concert with a graduate non-profit management class at Georgia College & State University, wants to update the community on its progress in building the corridor along the Oconee River as a natural resource for all Milledgeville-Baldwin County, as well as the entire State of Georgia, to share and celebrate.  

Georgia College Helps Develop Rock Hawk

Georgia College students and faculty helped develop Putnam County’s Rock Hawk Effigy and Trails into an educational attraction.

During the past 18 months, Georgia College students and faculty have developed marketing plan, a website and conducted materials for the history and bird signs that line the trails through the forest to the effigy.

All that hard work paid off Friday with Rock Hawk’s opening celebration, where President Dorothy Leland was one of the featured speakers to celebrate the culmination of the 10-year, $1 million project.

“Our students and faculty worked closely with other sponsors to create an attraction where recreational activities blend with an outdoor classroom that serves all age groups,” said Dr. Leland. “Georgia College is proud to be a partner in this project.”

The historic effigy, built using milky quartz rocks, forms a hawk appearing to fly southeast.