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Top 6 Reasons to Visit Dublin this Weekend

Top 6 Reasons to Visit Dublin this Weekend

Get busy with a visit to Dublin this weekend:

1.     Go hunt during archery deer hunting at Beaverdam Wildlife Management Area now through September 26th. You must sign in prior to hunting, and sign-out harvested game at the check station/kiosk on the day of harvest. Deer harvested on sign-in hunts must be recorded on your deer harvest record and count toward your season limit. Located on Toomsboro Road, just off Highway 441 in Dublin, hunt from an hour before sunrise to an hour after sunset. For more information, visit www. beaverdamwma.com.

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OFTC Events in September for Literacy Awareness

OFTC Events in September for Literacy Awareness
 September 15, 2014
  • Read a Book, Warren County Head Start 9:45am - 10:00 am
  • Pajama Reading Night – Hancock County, Age Group K-5, 7:00 pm
  • Health Fair - Glascock County, 9:00 am
September 16, 2014
  • Family Literacy Night - Jefferson County Center, Pre K – 5th, 7:00 pm
  • Open House Wheeler County, 10:00 am – 12 Noon AND 4:00 pm – 6: 00 pm
September 17, 2014
  • G.U.M. (Grammar, Usage, & Mechanics) Writing Strategies, Age Group 5 -12 and adult learners, 6:00 pm
September 18, 2014
  • Find Your Future Today!

Area students invited to enter statewide design contest

Area students invited to enter statewide design contest

Oconee Fall Line Technical College is encouraging all area elementary, middle and high school art instructors and their students to participate in Georgia's annual Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW) student design competition.

Winners have the opportunity to win cash awards and attend the Manufacturing Appreciation Week luncheon in Atlanta with the Governor.

Students from across Georgia are encouraged to submit artwork depicting the importance of manufacturing to their lives and communities as part of Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW). MAW was developed by the Technical College System of Georgia and the Georgia Department of Economic Development.

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Week

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Dublin This Week

 

1.       Go fish during National Hunting & Fishing Day on September 11th from 7 am to 11 am at Hugh Gillis Public Fishing Area. Designed to introduce young anglers to fishing, Kids Fishing Events are hosted by Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division. Hugh Gillis PFA is located at 174-198 Keens Crossing Road just off Highway 80, in East Dublin. For more information visit www.georgiawildlife.com or call 478-296-6192.

2.  Final days to get inspired with Inspired Georgia: 28 Works from Georgia’s State Art Collection! The last day to experience this exhibit is Thursday, September 11th from 10 am to 6 pm at the Dublin Carnegie in Downtown Dublin. Call 478-272-2560 or visit www.dublincarnegie.com for more information.

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OFTC to Give Free GED Practice Tests for Limited Time

OFTC to Give Free GED Practice Tests for Limited Time
“See For Free” program helps students pass the GED test

 

From September 22 – October 3, 2014, Oconee Fall Line Technical College is giving free GED practice tests to all students who come into one of its centers through its “See For Free” initiative.

Students who take the practice test can see whether they’re ready to pass the GED® test and get a personalized study plan to help focus their studying so they can score higher.

Students can also learn about classes and other free resources available at Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) to help them prepare for the GED test. To learn more or to schedule a free GED Ready practice test, contact the OFTC Adult Education Center in your county:

New OFTC Local Board of Directors Sworn Into Office

New OFTC Local Board of Directors Sworn Into Office

During its local board of directors meeting on Thursday, August 28th at its Sandersville Campus, Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) welcomed five new local board members: Mr. Tuttle Barksdale of Washington County, Mrs. Judy Deal of Glascock County, Mr. Robert Herndon of Telfair County, Mr. Gary Hutchins of Jefferson County, and Mr. Benji Tarbutton of Washington County.

Judge Sherri McDonald, Juvenile Court Judge for the Middle Judicial Circuit for the state of Georgia, presided over the swearing-in of the new members.

The fifteen-member board is made up of community leaders representing the OFTC service delivery area, which includes Bleckley, Dodge, Glascock, Hancock, Jefferson, Laurens, Telfair, Warren, Washington, Wheeler, and Wilkinson counties:

OFTC Summer 2014 Scholar Lists Announced

OFTC Summer 2014 Scholar Lists Announced


Dr. Lloyd Horadan, President of Oconee Fall Line Technical College, is pleased to announce the 86 students on the President’s List and 314 students on the Dean’s List for the 2014 summer term.

To be eligible for the President's List, the student must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher with a course load of at least 12 credit hours during the semester. To be eligible for the Dean's List, the student must maintain a GPA of 3.0 with a course load of at least 7 credit hours during the semester.  



President’s List Students for:

Bleckley County:  Steven Bates, Harold Bozeman, Kenneth Dent, Malinda Floyd, Shellie Huff, Erika Jenkins, Dennis Kirkpatrick, Stacy Maddox, Shirley Mayne, Sandra Staples, Beverly Tharpe, Linsey Wyatt

Dodge County:  Robin Cook, Danny Edge, Diesha Floyd Roberson, Alicia Guyton, Courtney Snelgrove, Jessica Spires, Jhirmany Walker, Keithia Walker, William Whiggum