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Dublin's Solar Project Highlighted in Online Magazine

Dublin's Solar Project Highlighted in Online Magazine

The Alternative Energy eMagazine highlights the Dublin school solar project calling it the "largest system in Middle Georgia area and the very first" in the state.

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MAGE SOLAR, a turn-key provider of optimally coordinated PV-system solutions announced today that the company will provide a 1.1 MW solar PV system to Dublin City High School.

RELATED | Solar Plant to be Located at Dublin High

Pre-K Registration Begins Tuesday

Pre-K Registration Begins Tuesday

Dublin City Schools Pre-K registration begins today.

According to a Dublin City Schools tweet, registration is from 9-5:30 p.m. at Moore Street School.

Children must be 4 years old on or before Sept 1, 2013 to be registered.

Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting for K.I.D.S. Kingdom Academy

Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting for K.I.D.S. Kingdom Academy

The Chamber of Commerce holds a ribbon cutting for K.I.D.S. Kingdom Academy's additional location this month.

That's on Monday, March 25 at 2 p.m. at 1000 Telfair Street in Dublin.

Solar Plant To Be Located at Dublin High

Dublin High School of Dublin City Schools will soon implement 1 megawatt of solar energy.

The 4,000 panel solar power plant will be the largest in Central Georgia and is expected to save the school 40 percent in energy costs.

Dublin City Schools Superintendent Chuck Ledbetter told 13WMAZ, "The facility will be built and owned by private business and the school system will lease the solar power plant, saving us money in energy costs."

The original plan was developed more than 15-months ago by German based MAGE SOLAR, which has a plant located in Laurens County.

Members of the Public Service Commission will attend a groundbreaking Monday at the Dublin High School auditorium.

You can hear more from Supt. Chuck Ledbetter on Eyewitness News Mornin' Friday at 6:30 a.m. 



OFTC's Woodall Receives Allied Health Scholarship

OFTC's Woodall Receives Allied Health Scholarship

Practical Nursing diploma student Jennifer Woodall of Helena has been awarded the Allied Health Scholarship for spring semester by the OFTC Foundation- South, Inc.  The scholarship was established to aid students who are enrolled in a diploma or degree program in one of the Allied Health fields at Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s South Campus in Dublin.    

Scholarships create opportunities to change lives. Those interested in establishing a scholarship or donating to an existing scholarship, please contact Jenny Shuman at jshuman@oftc.edu or 478-296-6117.  The OFTC Foundation-South, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization

OFTC PBL Students Excel at District Competition

OFTC PBL Students Excel at District Competition

Three OFTC students won four awards at Georgia’s Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) South District Conference competition in Macon at Middle Georgia State College on Friday, March 1st.   

Cecila Adamson placed 1st in Business Communications and 2nd in Word Processing.  Toni Williams and Jamie Griner placed 1st in Desktop Publishing, a team event, and Jamie Griner placed 5th in Accounting Principles.
“Each event tests the participants’ business knowledge and skills and prepares them for the state competition in April,” stated OFTC Computer Information Systems (CIS) Instructor Paul Scott. “I am very proud of all of them.”

OFTC’s PBL club advisors are instructors Paul Scott and Mona McLendon.

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a national organization for business technology students, and membership is open to students enrolled in business technology programs.