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Each month of the school year, a student of the month is selected based on criteria that includes leadership, character, citizenship, academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities such as sports, band, service organizations and volunteer groups.
Improving parent-child relationships is the focus of the STEP parenting program slated to begin April 13. The seven-week class will be held at the Rackley Family Enrichment Center located on the campus of Collins Home & Family Ministries in Seneca.
Pickens and Oconee counties invited June 21-24
The National League of Junior Cotillions™ (NLJC) — a program of etiquette, character education and social dance training for middle and junior high school students — has announced plans to establish its national program in Oconee County.
The Oconee Chapter of the American Red Cross has a proud legacy of humanitarianism and compassion in our community. They take seriously their responsibility to be among the first on the scene after a disaster occurs. They are always there to provide assistance to those who suffer due to a house fire or other emergency.
Women who fret about their children’s doctor appointments and their husband’s aches and pains often put their own health last.
Not a good idea.