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Combined school choir to present holiday concert December 8

Pictured here decking the halls of Seminole County Middle High School are, front row: Jolie Grand; second row: Courtney Cannon, Jobeth Kelley, Mattie Hodges, Leanne Pollock, and Lillie Hornsby; third row: Jaleah Scarborough, Quinton Chavers, Madison Martin, and Kennadi Jones; fourth row:  Ellie Stewart, Pearson Fields, Matt Burkett, Laila Roberts, and Kerionna Moore; back row: Ruby…

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Want to be a Christmas Angel to a Seminole Manor resident?

Pictured here, Seminole Manor Nursing Home resident Ruby Woodall invites all to come out and pick a tag from the Manor’s Angel Tree The Seminole Manor Nursing Home 2022 Angel Tree, located just inside the facility’s front door,  is decorated with tags connected to residents. “Help us make this a wonderful Christmas for all of…

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Make a contribution to Donalsonville Hospital with every Amazon purchase

Behind every great institution are the generous benefactors who support its mission. Each day, the professionals at Donalsonville Hospital work to improve health and wellness for Seminole County. Their work would not be possible without the generous friends in this community who share their commitment.  As a nonprofit hospital, Donalsonville Hospital depends upon the generosity…

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City of Forsyth to select Blue as new Police Chief

According to reports from the Monroe County Reporter the City of Forsyth, Georgia, approximately 25 miles north of Macon was scheduled to announce on Wednesday it had chosen Donalsonville Police Chief Woodrow Blue as the new City of Forsyth Police Chief.  The hire must still be formally approved by the Forsyth City Council,  but all…

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Hope

I am not sure when I understood the meaning of Advent.  The Baptist church I grew up in did not celebrate Advent.  That was over 50 years ago; so much may have changed since then.   Our personal celebration of Advent began shortly after Mary Lou and I were married and joined the Presbyterian Church…

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A Thanksgiving Message of Unity from Stewards of Lake Seminole

Pictured here, Steve Dickman, with his granddaughter Savannah Dickman, after a big catch on Lake Seminole Written by By Steve Dickman, Executive Director of  Stewards of Lake Seminole At a time when differing ideologies and agendas, both political and personal, seek to divide our great country and communities, we continue to be abundantly blessed. Individually, we have…

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Iron City tree lighting is Nov. 29th

Iron City’s annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony and holiday reception is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 29th at the Iron City Community Center. This year, a new 14 foot live tree, donated by the Ladies Club, has been planted at the Community Center for the occasion.  Everyone is invited to attend, bring a friend,…

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Court ruling allows Saturday voting in Senate runoff

Seminole County will not offer Saturday voting in runoff The courts have determined that there can be Saturday voting in the U.S. Senate runoff between Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican candidate Hershel Walker., but that will not be the case in Seminole County. Seminole County Superintendent of Elections Michael Jon Rogerson did not elaborate but simply…

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Thankful for the opportunity to give thanks

“When asked if my cup is half-full or  half-empty my only response is that  I am thankful I have a cup.”  – Sam Lefkowitz On Thursday millions of Americans will sit down for a Thanksgiving meal. It is a day to “give thanks” for all that we have. So on this uniquely American holiday, rooted…

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