MOULTRIE — A chamber ensemble of Atlanta Symphony Orchestra musicians will join the Colquitt County High School A Cappella Choir to perform ‘Songs of the Georgia Sea Islands,’ a collaborative program of African-American spirituals and slave songs native to Georgia. The Colquitt County High School Women’s Chorale will also perform along with bass soloist Wes Lewis, a choir alumnus. The performance will take place at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, in the Colquitt County High School Wither's Auditorium. Tickets are $10 each and admission for children 10 and under will be free. Tickets are available at the Colquitt County Arts Center, from choir members and at the door prior to the concert. The concert is part of the New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music exhibit on display through Dec. 1 at the Arts Center.
- Local News
SLIDESHOW: 2013 Christmas parade
Dozens of entries lined up to participate in the 2013 Moultrie Christmas Parade, which circled the Courthouse Square Thursday night, Dec. 12, 2013.
Gunman robs Moultrie business
A robber armed with a gun made off with money and another pistol Wednesday during a daytime burglary of a Moultrie business.
'Shop in packs' and other holiday safety tips
Christmas is a time when many people are thinking about seeing family and friends as they prepare for the coming holidays. But also is a time when criminals can take advantage of those who let their guard down.
- Story of the Year ballots due Friday
R.B. Wright students collect toys with Toy Run
Students at R.B. Wright Elementary School, along with their teachers, administrators and parents, participated Dec. 4 in the Third Annual R.B. Wright Toy Run to collect toys for the Children’s Cheer and Toy Shop.
- Turning Point aids Cheer & Toy Shop
Team Lean provides starting point for healthy lifestyle
The Moultrie YMCA’s Team Lean competition has provided hundreds of individuals with the starting point they needed to lead a healthier lifestyle.
- Your Agenda 12/13/13
Family says Racieh Robinson was turning his life around
The death of a 28-year-old Moultrie man gunned down Monday morning was made more tragic because he was trying to turn his life around, a family member said on Wednesday.
Civic leader Doris George dies; Rites set for Friday
Doris Strong George, former owner of Strong Funeral Home and first president of the Colquitt County Chapter of the NAACP, will be laid to rest Friday at Strong Memorial Gardens. She died on Friday, Dec. 6, at Emory University Midtown Hospital in Atlanta. She was 84.
- More Local News Headlines
- SLIDESHOW: 2013 Christmas parade