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Jones County Health Summit Quarter I Meeting

Jones County Health Summit Quarter I Meeting

Join us for the Jones County Health Summit Quarter I meeting:

When: Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Where: Gray Chamber of Commerce

Time: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

RSVP: tharper@chwg.org

Monroe County Animal Control Needs Help

Monroe County Animal Control Needs Help

Monroe County Animal Control in Forsyth is calling for help. The shelter is more than full, and unless some of the dogs and puppies are adopted or rescued, many will be killed in the morning.

Shelter staff hold onto the dogs as long as possible, but when the shelter is full more room has to be made for new arrivals.

Like most government shelters, Monroe County Animal Control is mandated to pick up lost, stray or injured dogs and dogs involved in criminal cases.

The shelter also picks up owner-surrendered dogs, and takes in dogs brought to the shelter by residents.

Because the law requires the shelter to keep certain categories of dogs for a specific number of days, when the shelter gets full, dogs that do not fall in those categories, such as owner-surrenders, must be adopted, rescued or killed to make room.

Central Georgians Asked to Help With Cancer Study

The American Cancer Society is asking for your help to volunteer for a new, nationwide cancer study. Bibb County ranks significantly higher than the state's average in cancer cases, and the American Cancer Society estimates close to 4000 people will be diagnosed with cancer in the county this year.

Mayor Robert Reichert and several other officials from Macon and Warner Robins pledged their support for the American Cancer Society's Cancer Prevention Study 3.

The study is the third in their Cancer Prevention Series and will help researchers understand lifestyle, environmental and genetic factors that cause or prevent cancer.

Anyone between the ages of 30-65 who have never been diagnosed with cancer can participate. The study requires a one-time blood sample and a lifetime commitment, but American Cancer Society's, Molly Herrin says it's easier than it sounds.

First Place 4 Health Coming to First Baptist Gray

What is First Place 4 Health?

The program is the result of a godly-desire placed in the hearts of a group of Christians in Houston, Texas in 1981.  Their desire was to establish a Christ-centered weight-control program that addressed all areas of life-physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

The program is 12-week sessions.  Members stay with the same group for an entire session,  encouraging and challenging one another to meet their fitness goals.  Each weekly goup meeting includes a weigh-in, nutritional information, class discussion, Bible Study discussion and prayer.

Why Choose FP4Health?

How to Become a Gray Firefighter Next Meeting

How to Become a Gray Firefighter Next Meeting

The City of Gray Fire Department's next training meeting will be on Monday, December 19th at 7 p.m.

That's according to the City of Gray Fire Department's Facebook page.

Also, there will be a Firefighter 1 Class beginning on Tuesday, January 2nd.

If you are interested in joining, becoming a firefighter, or becoming a fire department support personnel, contact Cheif Max Wood at 478-390-6700.

Second Saturday Fest & Pedal to the Park!

Second Saturday Fest & Pedal to the Park!


Join merchants in Downtown Gray for SECOND SATURDAY FEST!
Shops on Atlanta Road, Madison Street & across the tracks at Kayden’s Place will open their doors for GREAT specials & family-friendly fun on the street! Activities on Madison Street are from 11am-2pm.

-At Kema's Hobby: Jones County History & Heritage will have Series Two of the extremely popular JC history book "The 107 Story". A perfect Christmas gift for only $15.00! The bookstore will also have a buy one get one free sale on any book priced 99 cents or less - 100s available to choose from!

- At Halo Desserts: more information coming soon!

Coats and Thanksgiving Basket Drive

Coats and Thanksgiving Basket Drive

JACOR is hosting a coat drive for kids and a Thanksgiving Basket drive to help those in need.

If you know a family that would benefit from our Coats for Kids and/or Thanksgiving Basket drive, please call JACOR at 932-8317 or email us at jacorfoundation@yahoo.com by November 11.

The plan is to distribute the coats and thanksgiving baskets on November 19 at JACOR. That's at 150 Etheridge Rd. in Haddock.