Former Vice President Joe Biden is headed to the Peach State next Thursday to campaign for gubernatorial candidate and Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams.
For sale: rusty metal tin from old farm building. $100 for everything. None over 8 feet long, several pieces 2-3 feet long. Call 706-676-3078 if interested.
aLooking to buy two (2) kittens or young cats. Prefer Siamese but will consider any. Contact 706-676-1036.
44X64 oval table and four (4) chairs. Looking to trade it for a smaller one with an extended leaf. Contact 706-734-3898.
Contact706-862-2213 for any of the following items for sale:
- Four (4) drawer Hon filing cabinet: $15.
- 48″ round pedestal oak table: $65.
- Woods finishing mower: $300.
Looking for small (under ten pounds) inside dog. Prefer adult female. Don’t want a chihuahua. Call 706-857-9277. Leave message if no answer.
According to law enforcement, a Dade County substitute teacher has been charged with sending lewd messages and pictures of herself to “several” 14-year-old boys.
At the city of Summerville’s next city council meeting, the council will consider reimbursing the travel expenses of city manager applicants coming in from out of town. The council has received almost 30 applications, and Mayor Harry Harvey has said that though they are all “regional”, some are much closer than others. The search for a new manager will be the main topic of the next council meeting, which is slated for 5 PM Monday at city hall.
The items on the agenda include
- Discuss the progress and procedures for the City Manager Search
- Discuss preferred dates and times for City Manager interviews
- Discuss reimbursement of travel expenses for out of town candidates
Celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day today by heading over to‘Outdoor Adventure Day’ at “Sloppy” Floyd State Park. Families can enjoy a day on the water with the kids’ fishing event and canoe instruction. On land, a live reptile show will be offered. Children can learn more about hunter’s safety at the archery range, and BB gun range. Hot dogs and drinks will be available. Parking is $5 and the event will run 9 AM-2PM. For more information, call 706-857-0826.
In addition, a free day of fishing will be available to all of Georgia’s residents: for the entire day, all Georgia residents can fish at at of the state’s public waters without a fishing or trout license, free of charge.
The Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources division is sponsoring these and other fun activities at all of Georgia’s state parks in celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day. For more information on NHF Day in Georgia, including a complete listing of all events in the state, visit http://georgiawildlife.com/get-involved/nhfday.