It’s A Real Bargain: It’s FREE!
The Jasper Lions Club, Piedmont Mountainside Hospital, and Georgia Mountains Hospice announce the 2018 Health Fair to be held Saturday, April 28 from 7 AM to 11 AM at Chattahoochee Technical College (Appalachian Campus) at 100 Campus Dr. in Jasper.
Free screenings include: Hearing, Vision, Scoliosis. EKG, Height/Weight, Pulse, OX and Women’s Wellness Screenings. Sports Physicals will be done for PHS athletes. Blood Profiles will be done for $25.00 and Men’s PSA for $10.00. Those are greatly reduced prices. Come early as there is a limit on the number of tests done.
40+ Exhibitors will have booths with helpful information. Continental Breakfast will be available, as some blood tests need to be done “fasting”.
Above,John W. Weaver, Mayor of Jasper and Robert P. Jones, Chairman, Board of Commissioners signing the proclamation that April 28 is 2018 Health Fair Day. Lauren Cochran, and Mary Ghorley from Piedmont Mountainside, Gina Pendley from Georgia Mountains Hospice and Eloise Lindsey from the Jasper Lions Club look on.
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WASHINGTON—Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) released the following statement upon the passing of First Lady Barbara Bush:
“Barbara Bush’s commitment to earnest public service never waned. For decades, she translated compassion and conviction into thoughtful action, and she leaves behind an army of people who love her. My prayers this evening are with the Bush family and the rest of that grieving army.”
Southern Gone is a new podcast by Kristi Bryant of Talking Rock. Every other week the podcast will feature a story about a missing person from the South.
Bryant invites everyone to “grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea and get gone with Southern Gone.” The podcast is available on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher.
A new podcast from a Talking Rock woman called Southern Gone focuses on stories of people who’ve gone missing throughout the South. The podcast is a passion project for founder and host Kristi Bryant who spent three years in the early 2000s working for a private investigator and developing a passion for mysteries and finding missing people.
Seniors for Change leader Charlotte Williamson says they will not settle for watered-down proposals. The group seeks a “meaningful” change for exemptions.
By the end of the third and final meeting hosted by Seniors for Change Thursday, it appeared those calling for increased school tax exemptions were gaining ground but with a convoluted, confusing path ahead.
Seniors for Change spokesperson Charlotte Williamson responded that she herself was a “bit confused” about the process of taking a groundswell of support and really achieving lower property taxes for those over 62 years old.
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PHS Drama students rehearse “Wizard of Oz.”
The spring musical is one of the highlights of the year for the talented actors, dancers, and singers in the Pickens High School Theater department. This year the family favorite, “Wizard of Oz” will be presented at 7 p.m. on April 19, 20, and 21 at the PHS Performing Arts Center.
Directed by Valerie Boehm and Kelley Wilson with choreography by Clarissa Curtis and production design by Ross Galbreath and Jamie Makool, the PHS version will closely follow the original MGM film
production from 1939.