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Ellaville-Schley historical society’s auction is Saturday night
The Ellaville-Schley County Historical Society is having its big fundraiser auction Saturday night at the Thomas Edwin Wall Post 191 American Legion, beginning at 4:30 p.m. with live entertainment. A barbecue supper will be served starting at 5 p.m. and take-out plates are also available. There will be a bake sale as well.
Supper will be served during the entertainment and auction so everyone will have a chance to walk around and look at all the items that will come up for bid.
You don’t have to be a member to donate. Donations are tax deductible.
Please tell your family and friends and plan to be there tonight!
Ellaville GED classes have temporary location
The Ellaville-Schley County Adult Education [GED] classes have been moved temporarily to a new location — at the Schley County Board of Education building. The Schley County Board of Education is allowing the GED students to use the School Room until the City of Ellaville finishes repairing the classrooms in the Ellaville Center.
The class schedule remains the same.
Ellaville Senior Center has new sign
The Ellaville Senior Center is proud to announce that they have a new sign that has been painted on the wall of the Center. It reads “Schley Senior Center Providing Fellowship, Food, Fun, and Activities.
Dove Season opened Sept. 7
Everyone’s excited about dove season that opened Sept. 7.
According to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division (WRD), Georgia offers more than 50 public dove fields and this is widely considered one of the best times of the year to introduce a new hunter.
The official 2019-2020 dove seasons are Sept. 7-30, Nov. 23-Dec.1, and Dec. 6-Jan. 31. Shooting hours are from noon until sunset on opening day and a half hour before sunrise to sunset for the remainder of the year.
The daily bag limit is 15 doves per hunter. Collared doves may be taken and do not have to count with your daily limit.
Shot guns must be plugged to hold no more than three shells while hunting. Hunters must always have permission from land owners before hunting.
Licenses are required. Hunters 16 years and older need hunting licenses and a Georgia Migratory Bird Stamp. This stamp is how Georgia participates in the Federal Harvest Information Program. Some licenses allow the license holder to get Georgia Migratory Bird Stamps at no cost.