March 24, 2017

Spring Break Baseball Camp at HCHS

(Franklin, GA) — Head coach Trent Bianco and the Braves varsity baseball team will be hosting a Spring Break Baseball Camp April 3-5 at Heard High School. The camp is open to grades K-8 and will focus on the fundamentals of baseball including hitting, fielding, throwing, and catching. “It is awesome to be able work with the young kids of the community and … [Read more...]

Annual HCSO Easter Egg Hunt at Brush Creek Park

(Franklin) -- The Heard County Sheriff's Office will hold its annual Community Easter Egg Hunt at Brush Creek Park at Noon on Saturday, April 8, 2017. The traditional event will feature prize eggs and candy for various age groups in several different hunting areas. The Easter Bunny himself will be in attendance. … [Read more...]

WGTC hosting open basketball tryouts

(Carrollton, GA) -- West Georgia Tech men's basketball coach Niki Okolovitch has announced the program will hold an open workout on Saturday, April 15. The tryout will start at 11 a.m. at Oak Mountain Academy, located at 222 Cross Plains Road in Carrollton. The tryout is open to graduating high school seniors, college transfers and other athletes who are … [Read more...]

Pastoral Anniversary at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church

(Franklin, GA) -- Please join Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church in Franklin for the First Pastoral Anniversary Celebration for Pastor Henry and First Lady Nellie Smoke on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 2:30 PM. Pastor Johnny Strickland of Macedonia Baptist Church (Grantville, GA) and special guest recording artist Monica Lisa Stephenson will be appearing. … [Read more...]

HCMS Spring Book Fair at Barnes and Noble

(Newnan, GA) -- The Heard County Middle School Spring Book Fair will be this Saturday, March 25 at the Barnes & Noble in Newnan located at 342 Newnan Crossing Bypass. Money earned from this book fair will support the media program and will help purchase books (hard cover/digital) and reading incentives. The online portion of the fair will also begin … [Read more...]

‘Sing to Remember’ Benefit for the Alabama Alzheimer’s Association

(Roanoke, AL) -- A gospel singing entitled 'Sing to Remember' to benefit the Alabama Alzheimer's Association will take place on April 1, 2017 at the Roanoke City Auditorium in Roanoke, Alabama. The singing will feature 'The McKameys' and 'Heaven's Mountain Band' and will begin at 7:00 PM EST/6:00 PM CST. No tickets are needed only a $12 donation at the … [Read more...]

4-H Sweet Vidalia Onions on SALE NOW!

(Franklin, GA) -- Heard County 4-H’ers and Shooting Sports Teams are on the streets taking orders for Vidalia onions so be sure and place your order today! This is their main fundraiser to help them raise money so they can compete at the State Competition. Delivery for the onions is expected in early May. We will be selling: 10 lb. medium bags for $11.00 … [Read more...]

Boston butt fundraiser to benefit Caney Head Youth

(Heard County, GA) -- T-Roy will be smoking Boston butts for the upcoming Easter holiday to benefit the Caney Head Church Youth Group! They will be available for pick up at Caney Head Church at 4:00 PM on Saturday, April 15th. Pre-orders (required) are due by by April 5th. The cost of each Boston butt $30. All proceeds will benefit the Caney Head Youth. … [Read more...]

Job Fair at the Franklin Community Center

(Franklin, GA) -- Allegiance Staffing is hosting a Job Fair at the Franklin Community Center on Friday, March 24 from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Applicants must be able to pass client background check requirements and a drug test. Please bring a resume and dress for success! The Franklin Community Center is located at 2484 Franklin Parkway in Franklin, GA. … [Read more...]

HHS Athletic Department seeks Silent Auction Sponsors

(Franklin) -- We are currently seeking sponsors for the 9th Annual Heard County Athletics Silent Auction. The event is scheduled for April 29, 2017 at 6:00 pm at Heard County High School. The event includes a wonderful meal and many prizes are given away including a total of $5,000.00 dollars in cash. Tickets are $50.00 each and may be purchased from any … [Read more...]