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Legacy Show Choir to present the Sounds of Christmas December 3

The Seminole County Middle High School Chorus invites you to celebrate the Sounds of Christmas on Monday, December 3rd at 6:30 in the SCMHS Cafeteria. Tickets are just $5. Students’ tickets are $3, and kids two and under are free. “It’s been a difficult few weeks for these students and the community. All the more…

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Statewide Runoff set for Tuesday, December 4

Advance voting continues daily through 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 30. A statewide runoff is set for Tuesday, Dec. 4, to determine who will be the next Georgia Secretary of State and who will serve on a Public Service Commission seat. The runoff election for Secretary of State will be against Republican Brad Raffensperger and…

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Tree of Hope lighting is Thursday, December 6

The lighting of Seminole County Warpath on Cancer’s Tree of Hope will be Thursday, Dec. 6, after the Christmas Parade in downtown Donalsonville As devastating as Hurricane Michael was, cancer can be even more devastating. Seminole County Warpath on Cancer (SCWC) will continue with the tradition of selling luminaries during the Christmas season. Deadline to purchase…

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Christmas Parade is Dec. 6th

Carlton Thomas of Three Notch EMC and Fred Rudbeck are the parade Grand Marshals Go ahead, start the humming, singing and whistling Santa Claus is coming to town because the big guy in the bright red suit is coming to Donalsonville, in just two short weeks! The annual Spirit of Christmas parade and Santa Claus will…

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Shop a local small business this Saturday

Friday, November 23 is Black Friday, the day that marks the unofficial beginning of the year’s holiday shopping season. Retailers will open their doors earlier and entice shoppers with special deals on a vast array of desired products. This edition of the Donalsonville News is packed with special holiday deals that send out a very…

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Massive hurricane debris pick up effort continues

Some hiccups have occurred along the way, prompting the Corps to remind motorists that they should make sure to remain vigilant in sharing the roads with these crews. The Corps is working to collect debris at 22 sites in 13 counties. Due to delays related to wet weather, it was last week before the Corps…

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U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue listens to area farmers’ concerns

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue was in Seminole County, accompanied by Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black, last Friday to hear first hand area farmers’ concerns in dealing with the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael on October 10. Farmers, businessmen and community leaders shared concerns about their crops and this county’s immediate future with the…

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Kim Weldin selected as System Teacher of the Year

Kim Weldin selected 2017-18 Seminole County System Teacher of the Year and SCES Teacher of the Year.   Cyrstal Milner selected asthe SCMHS Teacher of the Year   Superintendent Brinson Register is proud and pleased to announce that Kimberly Weldin is the Seminole County System Teacher of the Year.  Weldin was also selected as the Seminole…

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Where there is a need there are Lions ready to serve!

Past Lions District Governor (PDG) Willie Cooper of the Americus Lions Club has personal  experience of what is needed when a disaster occurs in and around Americus, Ga. Basic hygiene care is not available to those affected and in most situations the lack of it can start stress related events in one’s life that can…

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