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Weekend Events Roundup!

Weekend Events Roundup!

No excuses for boredom this weekend!

Friday night:

Saturday:

9/11 Artifact Transported to Museum of Aviation

9/11 Artifact Transported to Museum of Aviation

A base fire truck transported an artifact stone from the 9/11 Pentagon attack from Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command to the Museum of Aviation Friday.

That's according to a Robins Air Force Base news release. 13WMAZ's Lorra Lynch Jones will have more tonight on Eyewitness News.

Base employees and Airmen were encouraged to line the route as a show of respect to everyone affected by the attacks -the victims, their families, first responders and U.S. military personnel.

The procession began at Bldg. 210, (HQ AFRC) then proceed east on Richard Ray Boulevard and turn right onto Robins Parkway.  

The stone will be displayed at Friday's 9/11 commemoration ceremony hosted by the Air Force Reserve Command at the Museum of Aviation's Century of Flight Hangar at 1 p.m.

Live Music: Redeemed Trio

Live Music: Redeemed Trio

Saturday, September 17 at 6 p.m. 

Free concert.

Weekend Fun: Redneck Circus Comes to Abbeville

Weekend Fun: Redneck Circus Comes to Abbeville

The Redneck Circus drives into town this weekend at Soggy Bottom ATV Park in Abbeville.

The circus takes place Friday-Monday.

Contests scheduled include:

Longest mullet contest

Girls' mud wrestling

What can you do with duct tape

Lawn mower/tractor pulls

Greasy pig contest

Ms. Redneck

Pickled Pigs Feet Eating Contest

Mud Barrels Grub

Battle of the Redneck Bands Concert Schedule:

 

Christian Book Club Starts in Various Counties

For anyone interested, and you live in Bleckley County, Dodge County, Pulaski County, Twiggs - the book club meets Saturday, September 10 from 10:30 until noon.

Books to be discussed will be fiction and the club is being sponsored by the Internet Cafe. We will be meeting the second Saturday of every month at different locations

This is for men and women.

Books to be discussed will be fiction and the club is being sponsored by the Internet Cafe.

Meetings take place the second Saturday of every month at different locations, but this Saturday will be the initial meeting.

The first book will be chosen at the first meeting.

Books will not cost members more than $7 and must be paid for when ordering.

Call (478)230-9035 or (478)934-2994 for more information or e-mail rlhg4@bellsouth.net

License Plate Revote Opens Monday

 

ATLANTA (AP) -- The public is again invited to weigh in on Georgia's new license plate design. 

Online voting will reopen at 3 p.m. Monday.

Gov. Nathan Deal had planned to announce the winner of an earlier design contest last Friday, but the state scrapped its plans over public confusion on whether the motto "In God We Trust" would be on the plate.