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SEMINOLE COUNTY SCHOOLS  closed on Thursday, February 6th

ALL SEMINOLE COUNTY SCHOOLS will be closed on Thursday, February 6th. Due to the timing of forecasted inclement weather tomorrow (February 6th) Seminole County schools will be closed for everyone – students, teachers and staff. Seminole County schools will reopen on Friday, February 7th as normal, weather permitting. Stay safe Seminole County.    

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Wooden memories of Rambeau Gymnasium now available

As a fundraiser for the ministry the Friendship House of Jesus in Donalsonville is selling keepsake wooden plaques and cutting boards made out of the wood from the Rambeau Gym bleachers which were damaged by Hurricane Michael. They are cut into in the shape of Seminole County and will have a star or cross marking…

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Another High Yield Year!

Seminole County Young Farmers honored at convention Stan Deal inducted as the 2020 Georgia Young Farmers Association President; Wes Pace appointed Parliamentarian; Ben Deal appointed Chaplain; Dr. Cindy Bryant receives Outstanding Young Farmer recognition; Jeff Braswell becomes South Region Senior Director The 50th annual Georgia Young Farmers Association (GYFA) convention was held this past weekend on Jekyll Island.…

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Young Farmer Banquet set for February 10th

In celebration of the agricultural accomplishments of the chapter and its members this past year the Seminole County Young Farmer chapter will be holding its awards and recognition banquet this Monday, February 10th at the Seminole County Middle-High School Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. Georgia Young Farmers Association Executive Secretary, Martin Bius will be the guest…

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Ameris Bank makes $40,000 contribution to Donalsonville Hospital

  Ameris Bank has contributed $40,000 to Donalsonville Hospital.   “Ameris Bank recognizes Donalsonville Hospital’s value to our community. It is our honor to support Donalsonville Hospital and its pursuit in providing access to quality health care close to home. We recognize the hospital’s impact to our community, as it helps to attract and retain businesses…

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Billy Williams selected Citizen of the Year

The theme for Thursday’s Donalsonville-Seminole County Chamber of Commerce annual meeting was all about working together to make today just a little better than yesterday. That theme was echoed by the selfless actions of this year’s Citizen of the Year recipient, Billy Williams. Nominated by multiple citizens Williams was cited for his efforts to go…

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Order flowers for your Valentine from the FFA

The Seminole County FFA Floral Design class will be making floral arrangements for Valentine’s Day again this year. Free delivery will be available to the middle/high school, elementary school and within the city limits of Donalsonville.  Make your Valentine smile with a bud vase containing three red roses for $15,  a specialty arrangement containing a…

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Show Choir to perform Garden of Eden Sunday

This past weekend, the Seminole County Middle High School Legacy Show Choir traveled to Montgomery, Alabama to compete in the Capital City Classic, placing second in their category with their “Garden of Eden, A Musical Extravaganza” performance.  The public can catch this award-winning show this Sunday, February 2nd at 2 p.m. at the SCMHS cafeteria.…

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Chamber banquet is Thursday evening, January 30th, at the Donalsonville Country Club

    Pictured above, Chamber of Commerce President Sarah Avery and Administrative Assistant Kadie Matthews finish up preparations for tonight’s annual membership banquet. The annual Donalsonville-Seminole County Chamber of Commerce Banquet is scheduled for tonight, January 30th from 6-8 p.m. at the newly renovated Donalsonville Country Club. The event was originally slated to be held in…

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Donalsonville wins GMA’s inaugural Visionary City Award

Pictured above top, from left to right, Donalsonville City Clerk Christina Covers, Donalsonville City Manager Steve Hicks, City Council members Travis Brooks, Lindsay Register, Flossie Smith, Mayor Dan Ponder, Council members Mitzy Moye, Ed Bond and Mitchell Blanks, and City Communications Director Jeff Hatcher; pictured immediately above, receiving the award in Atlanta are Mayor Dan Ponder…

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