*Welcome New Member: Applied Aquatics, Inc.
With both a fishery management and a construction division, Applied Aquatics offers a variety of services to address pond and lake owner needs. Their clients include owners of small ponds as well as owners of large lakes and reservoirs. The company can provide individual management services such as fertilization, liming, stocking or complete water quality and fishery management programs. They also design and build new ponds or renovate old ponds and pipe systems. Their construction division also builds docks; boat houses; bridges and boat slips. The company’s owner is Render Ward and he can be contacted at 770-328-4434 or email at email@example.com you can also visit their web site at
*We also welcome WC Limousine & Transportation Services, LLC, offering the best possible transportation to their customers by providing an outstanding level of service that puts emphasis on safety, reliability and comfort. They offer round-the-clock luxury chauffeured- transportation in vehicles that are plush, yet affordable. They can accommodate all of your car service needs including business functions, airport transportation; weddings; proms; sporting events or any occasion. Their rates are reasonable and the chauffeurs are courteous and professional. They understand the importance of getting you to your destination securely and promptly, therefore they pride themselves on being on time, every time. The company owner is Will Crum and he is based in Moreland GA. For more information contact him at 770-412-3994 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org you are also welcome to visit their web site at http://www.wclimousine.com
*You are invited to the annual Regional Employer Business Summit and Networking event for “Employers in the Know”. The event is sponsored by the Georgia Department of Labor and the West Georgia/LaGrange Employer Committee and will be held on Tuesday, June 9 at the Callaway Conference Center of WGTC, 220 Fort Drive, LaGrange. Special presentations by Mark Butler, GDOL Commissioner and Secretary of State Brian Kemp. The event will feature practical guidance and real world tips for handling the toughest management and compliance issues. For more information contact Sherry Maddox at 404-273-6330 or email email@example.com
*Custom Truck and Body Works, a leading Manufacturer of Emergency Vehicles is seeking an experienced Shipping and Receiving Person. The ideal candidate needs to be able to handle incoming and outgoing freight, be detail oriented, have the ability to lift at least 50lbs, and have experience with driving a forklift. Please apply in person at 13787 White House Rd in Woodbury between the hours of 8:30am to 2:00pm Monday thru Friday or email resume or work history to firstname.lastname@example.org and / or email@example.com http://www.customtruckandbody.info/
Summer Focus Camp to start June 9th and run through July 30th. This important community outreach program does wonders with the children it serves. Organized and directed by volunteers from American Union Relief Society in Luthersville, the program serves children kindergarten through 12th grade. The program features academics; arts & crafts; field trips and sports activities. Registration fee is $35.00 and you can contact Ms. Beverly Ball at 770-486-8930 for more information
The First Assembly of God Church in Manchester is again hosting a free summer camp – Summer of Champions. This program will run June 8th – 12th and June 15th – 19th the focus is sports and faith-based messages. For more information contact Angie Shirah at 706-747-6459
*The Together in Meriwether Team is hosting a Peaches in the Pines Festival on June 20th from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Planned as an “old-fashioned” country festival featuring peach or timber related products, we are hoping for a great turnout for this first event. There will be lots of food; great entertainment and a variety of kid-friendly activities. That will also be the opening of our brand new disc golf course with its first tournament that morning. Vendors are still being recruited, along with participants for our barbecue competition and “Meriwether’s Got Talent” competition. For more information, contact Carla Stephens at 706-975-4546
*We are recruiting volunteers to work at the Warm Springs Welcome Center, flexible shifts and a great opportunity to promote your community. For more information contact Carolyn McKinley 706-655-2558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Robin Lake Beach now open for the summer – with lots of exciting activities for 2015, including Aqua Island as well as its traditional activities of swimming, shuffleboard, table tennis, and upgraded miniature golf. For more information visit their web site at http://www.callawaygardens.com/
*Georgia’s Transportation Bill – The new transportation legislation will bring in about $1 billion a year for transportation needs across Georgia with analysts saying that is the minimum needed to start bringing the infrastructure network up to level; but not enough to fund large scale high improvements, build new rail lines or raise funds for mass transit
• The new revenue will be used primarily for repaving roads; filling potholes and shoring up bridges. Some money could be left for new construction and the DOT will have more flexibility in how it manages its programs
• Your taxes will go up about .06 per gall and there will be a new $5.00 per night fee added to hotel stays
• The legislation also includes a feature that allows counties, either alone or in groups, to ask voters to approve up to a 1% sales tax hike for projects closer to home without first going through the Legislature.