Moultrie Observer

Local News

January 4, 2013

Your Agenda 01/05/13

MOULTRIE — Head Start registration

Culbertson Head Start will be taking applications for the 2013-14 school year beginning on Jan. 22 through Feb. 22, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., at the center, located at 570 Jonah Tillman Road.

Those eligible for Head Start are children ages 3 by Sept. 1, 2013 through ages 5 years old. Children with a diagnosed disability are welcome to apply as well.

To complete the registration process, they ask all applicants to please bring proof of child’s age (preferably a certified birth certificate with file number) and all verification of family income that can be left with the center (preferably a 2012 Income Tax form or W2 form, a previous 12 months public assistance letter, WG-15 or two current check stubs).

For more information contact Susie Magwood-Thomas, center supervisor, or a family service worker at 229-985-7400.

College finance meeting

Colquitt County High School will host an informational meeting for parents regarding financial aid for college.

A representative from the Georgia Student Finance Commission will conduct the meeting. This is a great opportunity to have questions answered about paying for college costs and what assistance is available.

The meeting will be held in the CCHS cafeteria on Jan. 14, at  6 p.m.

NAMI support groups

NAMI support groups will be meeting Tuesday, Jan. 15, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in the social hall of First United Methodist Church, which is located at 409 1st Street S.E. in Moultrie.

Two separate groups will be held: one for persons living with mental illness and one for family.

Bible Study

Kingwood Baptist Church is starting a Bible Study on Monday, Jan. 14. It is a 12-week study and training program titled “Run for God.” It will prepare people at any level to be able to complete a 5k race. For more information, please contact the Rev Allan Pierce at 229-985-3580.

Text Only
Local News
Business Marquee
AP Video
SKorea Ferry Toll Hits 156, Search Gets Tougher Video Shows Possible Syrian Gas Attack Cubs Superfans Celebrate Wrigley's 100th Raw: Cattle Truck Overturns in Texas Admirers Flock to Dole During Kansas Homecoming Raw: Erupting Volcanoes in Guatemala and Peru Alibaba IPO Could Be Largest Ever for Tech Firm FBI Joining Probe of Suburban NY 'Swatting' Call U.S. Paratroopers in Poland, Amid Ukraine Crisis US Reviews Clemency for Certain Inmates Raw: Violence Erupts in Rio Near Olympic Venue Raw: Deadly Bombing in Egypt Raw: What's Inside a Commercial Jet Wheel Well Raw: Obama Arrives in Japan for State Visit Raw: Anti-Obama Activists Fight Manila Police Motels Near Disney Fighting Homeless Problem Michigan Man Sees Thanks to 'bionic Eye' S.C. Man Apologizes for Naked Walk in Wal-Mart Chief Mate: Crew Told to Escape After Passengers
House Ads
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
Seasonal Content

Should abortion be legal for victims of rape?

No. That baby is alive, no matter how horrible its manner of conception.
Yes. It's wrong to force a woman to carry the child of her rapist.
Abortion is a private matter and should be legal for everyone.
     View Results