December 29, 2011 RSS feed / News

SAR enjoys Christmas music

The Washington-Wilkes Chapter Sons of the American Revolution celebrated Christmas with an outstanding musical presentation on December 15. Carol L. More...

Lundberg News

The Christmas play at Clifford’s Grove Baptist Church was great. The children did a wonderful job and so did the teachers. After the program everyone enjoyed the social hour with lots of delicious refreshments. More...

Heritage Health Care residents enjoy recent visits

Robert Lee Wynn, Lettie Mae Lawson, and Janice and Jessica Leavenworth visited Patrick Darden. . Guests of Mrs. Wanda Dunaway were Donald Dunaway, Kim Crew, Delores Moore and Amanda Dunaway. .Mrs. More...

RAYLE NEWS

By the time this article goes to press, the majority of the holiday madness will have subsided and lots of tots will be thrilled with new toys! I know two little girls who will be, for sure. More...

David and Nancy Hilley surprised with 50th anniversary celebration

A surprise 50th wedding anniversary celebration for David and Nancy Hilley was given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Hilley of Commerce and Mr. and Mrs. David T. More...

Be careful and remember the law when celebrating with fireworks

Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner Ralph T. Hudgens and the Georgia State Fire Marshal urge parents to protect their children (and themselves) from the dangers of fireworks during the New Year’s holiday.  More...

History comes alive at museum

  For some Wilkes County children on Christmas break, history came to life on a visit to the Washington Historical Museum. More...

Marketing timber

Who’s to blame for a poor timber sale? People who sell timber are quick to complain about property damage and low prices received. Timb e r buyers are usually blamed for causing this dissatisfaction. What is a timber buyer’s job? More...

Harper’s Personal Care residents enjoy week’s visits

Mrs. Eva Bufford had lunch with Lois Greene on Friday, December 16, and went on an outing Saturday. .Mrs. Nancy C. Gunby went out with Margaret Anthony Saturday, December 17. .Madge and Charles Land took Mrs. More...

Tignall News

Did you hear about the 20-year-old boy who got stuck in the chimney? The first thought I had was, I'll bet he had on a Santa suit, but was disappointed. He did not have on a Santa suit after all. More...

Personal news notes from Tignall Assisted Living

The residents enjoyed their Christmas party hosted by Amy and Michael Karamihalis. Everyone enjoyed visiting with their family and friends.  We sang Christmas carols and ate lots of good food. We all enjoyed listening to Mrs. More...