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Local Church holds 3rd Annual Fashion Show


Greater Jordan Chapel A.M.E. Church takes place Saturday, September 24, 2011, at 5 p.m., at the W.E. Knox Civic Center, in Gray, GA. 

Everyone is invited to bring their families out for a parade of fashion and entertainment. 

For more information, please contact Kenneth Wilson, at 478-932-8176.

Is that who that was...

Is that who that was...


I have always loved music and have gone to concerts as much as I could since I was 14 and could beg a ride. I have seen some of the great shows and at one point was lucky enough to go to the then, largest country concert In the world, The US festival. One of the things I have loved over the years was warm-up bands. I saw Ronnie Milsap in Macon in the 70’s and his opening crew was awesome, so awesome in fact, they later became one of the biggest names in country music of all times ALABAMA, yep that’s who that was, I was able to catch Gary Morris in Pensacola club once and 12 months later he was billboards entertainer of the year. When we saw him, on his breaks he came and sat with us and chatted, 2 years later he left Country Music and went to Broadway to head up LES MIS


Catch Some Live Music at the Juliette Opry

Saturday night you can pop up to Forsyth to catch the Bonner Creek Band at The Rose Theatre on the square. The bluegrass group strikes up at 8 p.m. Ticket are $15. For more info call 478-994-0443.

Gray Jaycees Hold Glamour Magic Fundraiser

The Gray Jaycees offer a Glamour Magic Fundraiser with a portion of the proceeds going back into the community for several local charities.


The event takes place Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 19-21.

Each appointment includes a professional makeover and photo shoot.


Pay $9.95 to the Gray Jaycees by August 1st, and  you will get an appointment with the Portrait Cafe.

License Plate Revote Opens Monday


ATLANTA (AP) -- The public is again invited to weigh in on Georgia's new license plate design. 

Online voting will reopen at 3 p.m. Monday.

Gov. Nathan Deal had planned to announce the winner of an earlier design contest last Friday, but the state scrapped its plans over public confusion on whether the motto "In God We Trust" would be on the plate.

Vote: When Will You See Harry Potter?