October 2, 2014

Steel Framing for 70′ X 100′ Building up for Bids

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Steel Framing for 70' X 100' Building The Heard County School System is taking sealed bids for Steel framing from the old Heard County Elementary School gym. The dimensions are 70 feet by 100 feet and blue prints are available for viewing at the Heard County Schools central office. Bids can be delivered to the Heard County Schools central office at 131 … [Read more...]

Community Church Yard Sale

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(Franklin) -- Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church located on Old Field Road near Heard County Middle School will be holding a Huge Yard Sale October 18th from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Come bring your things and set up for a small fee of $25.00. For any additional information please call the Church at 706-675-6440 or 706-594-3841. … [Read more...]

Homecoming Week Dress Up Days

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(Heard County) -- All schools county wide are encouraged to participate in next week's Homecoming Dress Up Days each day. The themes for each day are listed below: Monday, September 29th -- Twin Day Tuesday, September 30th-- Super Hero Day Wednesday, October 1st  -- Tropical Day Thursday, October 2nd -- Camouflage Day Friday, October 3rd -- Extreme … [Read more...]

Introduction to Quilting Class at EPL

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(Ephesus) -- On Monday night, September 29th, at 6:00 p.m., Ephesus Public Library will host an Introduction to Quilting Class, led by Ms. Clenette Todd. In this introductory class, Ms. Todd will show examples of various types of quilting styles, and talk about what students would like to learn in class. Refreshments will be served. For more information or … [Read more...]

Heard County Public Library Book Sale

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(Franklin) -- The Heard County Public Library will be hosting a book sale from Tuesday, September 23 - Wednesday, October 8 at the Heard County Public Library located across the street from Heard High School in Franklin.     … [Read more...]

HCMS Book Fair (September 29 — October 3)

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(Franklin) -- The Heard County Middle School Media Center sponsor a Scholastic book fair the first week in October. The fair will begin Monday, Sept. 29 and end Friday, Oct. 3. Parent and faculty previews will be Friday, Sept. 28. The online fair will be available Sept. 20 -- Oct. 10 (Go to http://bravesread.net and choose "book fair" from the menu. Money … [Read more...]

HELP WANTED: Bus Monitors

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Bus Monitors Needed   The Heard County School System will hire bus monitors for their special needs buses. The routes will be approximately 90 minutes in the A.M. and 90 minutes in the P.M. All applicants will have to complete a background check and fingerprinting. Additional safety training may be required after hiring. For more information … [Read more...]

Library Fines Forgiven

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(Ephesus) -- Fines Forgiven!  Local public libraries will be forgiving certain fines from Sunday, September 21st, through Tuesday, October 30th. If you have items that are overdue, bring them back to the library during this time period, and your fines for those items will be forgiven! Also, if you want to have an old library card replaced during this time, … [Read more...]

Bells Across America

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(Franklin) -- September 17, 2014 begins the national celebration of Constitution Week. The week-long commemoration of America’s most important document is one of our country’s least known official observances. Our Constitution stands as a testament to the tenacity of Americans throughout history to maintain their liberties and freedom, and to ensure those … [Read more...]

Home For Sale in Franklin, GA

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Home For Sale in Franklin, GA 4000 Square Foot Four-Sided Brick Ranch Home Built in 2006. In-law Suite with Full Kitchen in Full Finished Basement on 19 Acres. House + 19 acres $315,000 or  House + 2 Acres $289,000 (Owner Will Finance 17 Acres). Total of Six Bedrooms; Four Bathrooms; Garage and Carport to Accommodate  Four to Six Vehicles. Call Valerie … [Read more...]