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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to kick it off, the Oct. 1, 2014 edition of the Jackson Progress-Argus is pink.
Several members of the Red Devils football team, including leaders within the senior class, are among those on the FCA’s leadership committee and have been encouraging more attendance at the club’s weekly meetings before school.
The second volunteer cleanup day organized by the Jackson Clean City Task Force focused on Second and Third streets, Park Avenue, W.W. Carr Avenue, George Tate Drive, Mulberry and Oak streets and other streets throughout various council districts.
All sizes of clothing will be available.
Monique Tate, a fourth-grade early intervention program teacher at the school, discussed Literacy Explosion during a meeting of the Jackson-Butts County Rotary Club Oct. 7.
The start, however, wasn’t enough to overcome a dominant Peach County running offense, and the Red Devils fell 52-17 in their second region loss of the season.
Part yard sale and part Christian concert, the combined Flovilla Day and Gospel Fest on Saturday filled Heard Street with music, the aroma of smoked barbecue and odds and ends for sale.
Gov. Nathan Deal is assembling a group of experts to serve on a newly created Ebola response team.
Ghouls and boys — and girls — from all over Butts County and beyond will be checking their fangs, making sure their capes are on tight and heading out to Halloween events this year.