AMERICUS — The Lee Street United Methodist Church Growth Group visited the Middle Flint Developmental Disabilities Center. The clients enjoyed listening to books and in some cases reading them back to the group. Learning opportunities included coloring, sharing ideas about fall and reading about the reason pumpkins are used to celebrate the season. The group passed out filled pumpkins to each client.
- Local News
- Sumter and Schley counties under flood watch
- Arts in Rees Park is April 26
- City to continue search for police chief
- Old Farm Days coming to Archery
New Financial Aid director named at South Georgia Tech
Carrie Ann Wilder of Ellaville has been named Financial Aid director at South Georgia Technical College (SGTC), announced President Sparky Reeves. Her appointment was effective April 1.
- Flood watch extended through Saturday afternoon for Sumter and Schley counties
- Local church decorates to show support for Ukrainians
- Volunteerism: It takes time, talent, resources
- Sumter County Democratic Forum
- Day 100
- More Local News Headlines