Moultrie Observer

Community

August 15, 2012

City of Riverside

RIVERSIDE — Mayor: Tom Harlow, 985-6216

Council members: Carolyn Harlow, 985-6216; Kim McCranie, 890-7073; and Elaine Snipes, 890-0878

City clerk: Charles King

City Council meets at 6 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month at Riverside Manufacturing Co.

 

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  • 2012 Civic Groups (A-F)

    Below is information on Colquitt County's community organizations with names beginning with the letters A through F, as published in the 2012 Community Guide.

    As The Observer prepares the 2013 Community Guide, set for publication March 31, we are asking local groups to confirm their information below and email Adelia Ladson at adelia.ladson@gaflnews.com to either confirm or change it. If your group is not represented below, please email her to add it to the list. She can also be reached by phone at (229) 985-4545.

    We cannot publish information on groups that don't contact us, so please get in touch with us. Deadline is Tuesday, March 12.

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  • 2012 Civic Groups (G-M)

    Below is information on Colquitt County's community organizations with names beginning with the letters G through M, as published in the 2012 Community Guide.

    March 5, 2013 1 Story

  • 2012 Civic Groups (N-Z)

    Below is information on Colquitt County's community organizations with names beginning with the letters N through Z, as published in the 2012 Community Guide.

    March 5, 2013 1 Story

  • 0314 kinchafonee.jpg Kinchafoonee Cowboys concert to open Spring Fling

    Spring Fling officially begins Friday at 8 p.m. with the annual “kick-off” concert, this year featuring the Kinchafoonee Cowboys.

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  • BBQ cookoff.JPG Strong field signs up for barbecue cookoff

    The backyard BBQ competition will be strong this year with several teams competing in many categories.

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  • Pet 5.JPG Who will have the best costume at the Pet Parade?

    The Spring Fling Festival is proud to partner with The Moultrie-Colquitt County Humane Society on the popular Pet Parade. The Pet Parade Contest will take place at noon Saturday on the main stage located on the Colquitt County Courthouse square.

    April 13, 2014 1 Photo 3 Stories

  • Elections

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  • ABAC on the Square

    November 24, 2012

  • Moultrie Technical College

    November 24, 2012

  • Colquitt County School System

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