Tri-County Technical College will host its 17th Annual College and Career Fair March 3. This community-wide event will be on the Pendleton Campus in the Student Center from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Several local employers will be accepting resumes from job seekers, and college representatives from across the state will be available to speak with students about their educational goals.
At a swearing-in ceremony Feb. 16, Judge Timothy M. Cain officially accepted new volunteers into the Oconee County Guardian ad Litem program. These volunteers have finished their 30 hours of initial training and are ready to start advocating for children who were victims of abuse and neglect.
It may not be as hard as you think to get kids to eat more veggies. Sweet Potatoes are naturally sweet and delicious,
so you don’t have to disguise them and trick your kids into enjoying healthier foods.
Leadership class members Ken Williams, Wayne Putnam and Robert Cook present Alena Pelfrey, executive director of Collins Children’s Home and Family Ministries, with a check for $1,000 on behalf of Leadership Oconee County — Class of 2010.