Event Calendar

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Snipesville Parade

The Snipesville New Year’s Day celebration will be held Jan. 1 with a parade and traditional lunch menu.
The meal will consist of barbecue pork or grilled chicken, black-eyed peas, yams, rolls, and cake. Plate prices are $7. There will be take out or dining in at the center with lunch beginning at 11:30 a.m.
The parade begins at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to participate in the parade. There is no entry fee. The parade is in need of antique cars, floats, horses, twirlers, or any other entries. There will be a cake auction. There will also be a bouncy house and Jimmie Ryles Kiddie Train. Vendors are welcome.
We will be complying with Covid 19 restrictions.

The regular monthly meeting for the Board of Assessors will be Jan. 5 at 4 p.m. in the Tax Assessor’s office.

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The Hazlehurst City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting.

Join us Thursday, Jan. 28 at 5 p.m. to eat (dutch treat) and 6-7 p.m. for South Georgia Republican meeting at Captain Joe’s in Baxley.
Brant Frost, First Vice Chair GAGOP, will be guest speaker. Reservations are needed. Text 912-286-7255.

The shipping container conversion to a medical clinic has been finished, says the pastor of Hazlehurst First United Methodist Church the Rev. Allen Hartsfield.
A consecration service will be celebrated this Sunday during worship at 11 and an open house will be provided for all to see the completed project before and after the service.
All are invited to stop by anytime this week to see what has been done and pray over the new medical clinic which is now going to Ghana, West Africa, loaded with millions of dollars of medical supplies as well as local donations of blankets, shoes, clothes and children books.
Local businesses and individuals have donated all kinds of needed supplies to help with the construction.
The church’s youth have spearheaded the $15,000 project and it was coordinated thru the Rev. Bobby Gale’s Unto the Least of His ministry.
This will be the first solar powered clinic as many areas in Africa do not have electricity.
For more info go to www.hazlehurstmethodist.org