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Albany Kiwanis inducts new officers for 2012.

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Tweet The new officers and board members for the upcoming year were inducted by the Kiwanis Lt. Governor for the third district, Gene Goldsmith, on Sept. 28th at a special ceremony. Incoming club officers are: Roger Marietta President Jim Brackin, President Elect Edwin Green, Secretary Ronnie Henry, Treasurer Chuck Owens, Immediate Past President Incoming board [...]

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Albany Kiwanis names Kiwanian of the Year

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Tweet Outgoing president, Chuck Owens, presents Jim Brackin the Albany Kiwanis “Kiwanian of the Year Award” for 2011. This award goes to an outstanding Kiwanian who has demonstrated outstanding service to the club and to the community. The presentation is made at the Annual Installation of Board and Officers in the presence of the full [...]

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Food Scores

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Tweet   3 Squares Diner, 303 E. OAKRIDGE , 31705; Oct. 4; Score:  92; Grade: A Applejax, 1303 E. BROAD AV , 31705; Sept. 29; Score:  98; Grade: A Best Holiday Motel, 2702 N. SLAPPEY , 31701; Oct. 5; Score:  98; Grade: A Bobby’s Lounge, 1408 W. BROAD AVE. , 31707; Oct. 3; Score:  97; [...]

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Prep Game of the Week: Crisp at Westover

By   /  October 12, 2011  /  Walter L. Johnson II  /   Comments

Tweet When: Friday, Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m. Where: Hugh Mills Stadium, Albany 2011 records: Crisp County is 4-2 overall, 2-0 in GHSA Region 1-AAA. Westover is 3-3 overall, 1-1 in GHSA Region 1-AAA. Last week: Crisp County defeated Americus-Sumter, 8-7. Westover had a bye. All-time series record: Crisp County leads 16-5 First meeting: Westover 13, [...]

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The best time to stretch

By   /  October 12, 2011  /  Jeff Galloway  /   Comments

Tweet The best time to stretch is after the body is warmed up, relaxed, and when the blood is moving. Since many runners do stretch incorrectly, it’s best to wait and stretch after warming up. Don’t stretch to warm the muscles up; it won’t work. Stretch in the evening, for example, or throughout the day [...]

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Obituaries

By   /  October 12, 2011  /  Obituaries  /   Comments

Tweet   Sallie L. Smith Breeden, 95 Sallie L. Smith Breeden, 95, of Leesburg, passed away Monday, Oct. 10 at Willson Hospice House. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12 at First Baptist Church of Leesburg. Interment will follow in Leesburg Cemetery. The family will receive friends one hour prior to [...]

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Albany Museum of Art and Albany Recreation and Parks partner for Family Day

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Tweet  Albany, Georgia:  The Albany Museum of Art and Albany Recreation and Parks Department invite the community to a family-friendly cultural arts event on Saturday, October 22 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Family Day, to be held at the museum, is FREE and fun for all ages!  Come out and enjoy a variety of [...]

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STUNNED Rams lose to Lane

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Tweet Staff reports   Heavily favored ASU dropped a 26-24 thriller to Lane on Saturday; Morehouse visits the Rams on Saturday night. (PHOTOS BY REGINALD CHRISTIAN/ASU) One thing that has been consistent about the Albany State Golden Rams football team in recent years is that it wins the games that it is supposed to win.  [...]

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Things to do Downtown this week!

By   /  October 12, 2011  /  Lifestyle and Entertainment, Uncategorized  /   Comments

Tweet Tuesday, October 9th – 6pm    The Incredible Edible Egg. Learn about eggs and take some of the mystery out of cooking with them by attending our hands-on workshop. Eggs are an important part of a lot of exotic dishes such as flans, custards, meringues and soufflés. Eggs take center stage in all courses [...]

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The Art of Health and Healing

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Tweet Special to the Journal   There is a long and storied tradition of artists creating art related to health and healing. Ancient artists portrayed humanity’s concern with good health as well as a reliance on supernatural forces for healing through images of gods and goddesses devoted to medicine. Artists like Leonardo da Vinci and [...]

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