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Robins Federal Credit Union Sponsors Daylily Festival

Robins Federal Credit Union Sponsors Daylily Festival

Gray, GA — Robins Federal Credit Union contributed $500 to Gray Station Better Hometowns to renew their sponsorship of the Daylily Festival. The event will be held Friday, June 6th through Saturday, June 7th.

Robins Federal Credit Union is a local non-profit financial cooperative with nineteen branches in central Georgia. Robins Federal currently provides financial services to over 155,000 members, with assets exceeding $1.9 billion. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in the 16 counties Robins Federal serves.

Harveys supermarket to reopen as BI-LO

Harveys supermarket to reopen as BI-LO

Seventeen Harveys supermarket stores will be closing and reopening as Bi-Lo

The grocery stores will close Saturday for "minor renovations" and will reopen as Bi-Lo on May 23, according to a Bi-Lo news release.

The Georgia Harveys locations include Fort Valley, Gray, Macon, Montezuma, Fitzgerald, Albany, Ocilla, Sylvester, Tifton, Dawson and Cordele.

During the business conversion, all pharmacies will operate on normal business hours.

Chamber After Hours tonight

Chamber After Hours tonight

The Chamber of Commerce's Business After Hours are tonight at Exchange Bank.

That's at 5:30 p.m. on 4306 Gray Highway.

Gas station coming to Ingle's

Gas station coming to Ingle's

A gas station goes up at Ingle's in Gray.

Mens' Open Golf Tournament

Mens' Open Golf Tournament

Gray United Methodist 

Mens Open Tournament

 (478) 986-3668

April 26,2014

Rain Date May 3rd,2014

            8:00AM  Signup             

8:30TeeOff

Shotgun Start

                   Lake Jonesco Golf Course                   

 

 

Two person team 18 hole Scramble format, breakfast biscuits provided by McDonalds of Gray and lunch provided by Pickle Barrel

Cash and door prizes all for only $40 per player.

 

Chick-fil-A wings in new direction

Chick-fil-A wings in new direction

Bruce Horovitz, USA TODAY

ATLANTA — Chick-fil-A is finally crossing the road.

The iconic chicken chain, as well-known for its conservative heritage as its savory eats, is recalibrating its moral and culinary compass. It wants to go from old school to almost cool. It wants to evolve from a place where gays once picketed to a place where they'll feel comfortable going to eat. It wants to broaden the brand as it expands nationally and plows into the Millennial-driven urban arena. Above all: it wants to be a serious player on fast-food's biggest stage.

Coffee shop in Juliette opens

Coffee shop in Juliette opens

A new coffee shop opened in Juliette.

Corinna's Coffee Cup opened at 456 McCrackin Street.

Check out shop details on their Facebook page.