The Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource Center (VECTR) in Warner Robins provides services and programs for veterans, spouses and dependents. It helps veterans transition from active duty military.
Mike Gillies, a Georgia Military College art instructor, is leading the Art Hub Summer Art Program, a six-day art enrichment camp for children in the community being held at Georgia Military College’s Warner Robins Campus July 16-18 and 20-24.
Grant Fossum, a retired Army helicopter pilot, is the 2018 Volunteer of the Year at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, Georgia. He's given more than 2,200 hours since 2008. He volunteers in the Eagle Building.
CenterStage for Christ, located at Perry, Georgia, United Methodist Church, is a Christian theater group that produces plays twice a year. The next show, "St. Francis of Assisted Living," a comedy, will be Sept. 27-Oct. 2, 2018.
The Georgia Peach Festival returns to Peach County in June, bringing with it the famous World's Largest Peach Cobbler. The festival kicks off Friday and Saturday, June 1-2, 2018 in downtown Fort Valley and will continue in Byron June 9.
Natalie Gibbs, and audiologist with Hearing Solutions Warner Robins ENT Associates in Georgia, gives tips on how to prevent hearing loss and what to do if your hearing is already damaged. Also, how many decibels can hurt your hearing.
Seth Semones coaches Central Georgia Arts and Athletics Mustangs home-schooled Christian soccer team, which won a state championship against King's Academy. Players are from Warner Robins, Macon, Milledgeville, Cordele and Jackson County.
Marsha Priest Buzzell is hosting a foreign exchange student from Germany. The student is sponsored by the Joachim Herz Foundation and hosted by Central Georgia Technical College. She works at the Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter.
Houston County, Ga., stages are hopping as the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame at the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base is putting on “A Murdered Mystery” and The Perry Players are presenting “Driving Miss Daisy.”
Jodi Daley, owner of International City Farmers Market in Warner Robins, says such markets are united in an effort to support local farmers and agriculture and ensure good food is available to everyone. Daley also operates the Perry market.
Middle Georgia Model Railroad Club president Carl Blair talks about the annual Planes and Trains exhibit held at the Museum of Aviation. The free exhibit in it's ninth year is being held Nov. 18 through Nov. 26.