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Calendar0724 2018
Calendar0724 2018

Today

ä WIDOWS’ GRIEF Support and Education Group, for ladies who have experienced the death of a spouse/loved one, will meet Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Ogeechee Area Hospice. For more information contact Tammy Horton, bereavement planner, at (912) 764-8441 or thorton@oahospice.org.

ä TORMENTA TUESDAY will be held Tuesday at Statesboro Regional Library beginning at 3 p.m. For ages 5–12.

ä MAKEY MAKEY Instrument Fun will be held Tuesday at Statesboro Regional Library beginning at 4 p.m. For ages 6–12.

ä THE CAREGIVERS Support Group will meet Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Education Room of East Georgia Regional Medical Center. James Wiggins, at home administrator for Willow Pond Senior Care, will lead the discussion on “Reacting to Alzheimer’s Disease: An Emotional Journey.” For more information call Dr. Winstead at (912) 531-1618. Sponsored by the Pilot Club of Statesboro and EGRMC.

 Wednesday

ä TEEN ANIME Club will meet Wednesday at 5–7 p.m., at Statesboro Regional Library. For ages 12–18.

 Thursday

ä THE TOWN of Register will hold a Called Meeting Thursday at 5:30 p.m. to discuss SPLOST/Bulloch County Agreement.

ä BULLOCH COUNTY Board of Education Work Session will be held Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the board room of the Central Office, Williams Road.

 Saturday

 ä WILLIAM JAMES High School Class of 1962’s 56th Class Reunion Banquet will be held Saturday at Holiday Inn, Commerce Drive. For more information call Willie Roberson at (912) 842-2235 or (912) 682-1451.

 Upcoming Events

ä THE BULLOCH COUNTY Historical Society will meet July 30 in the fellowship hall of Pittman Park United Methodist Church, Fair Road. Program: Steve Waller, current president of the Candler County Historical Society, will discuss the society’s progress with their museum at the old Metter High School. A Dutch treat lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. The program begins at noon.

 

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