Community & Purpose

Rotary Club of Moultrie Have you heard of Rotary? Probably. The organization is a common household name, but what exactly is Rotary ? I’m glad you asked! I had an enlightening conversation with Anna Ford, the current president of the Rotary Club of Moultrie, and I want to tell you all about it!  Did you know Rotary is an International Organization? Of course, it started … Continue reading Community & Purpose

American Red Cross

National Blood Donor Month National Blood Donor Month has been celebrated in January every year since it’s proclamation on December 31, 1969. The month of January suffers a blood shortage due to winter colds and flus, while many blood drives in the northern part of the country get snowed out due to winter storms. This month helps highlight the importance of donating blood to meet … Continue reading American Red Cross

Athlete Spotlight

Dominic DiTomasso When you talk about top wrestling athletes in South Georgia, senior Dominic DiTomasso must be mentioned as one of the best. He has proven to be a great athlete with his skills, work ethic and determination. He has worked so hard throughout the years of his wrestling journey, that he has recently achieved a great accomplishment: being the first high school wrestler from … Continue reading Athlete Spotlight

Former NFL Player Paying It Back to Youth Athletes in Thomasville

Danny Copeland is a shining example of a local, small-town boy doing well and giving it back. The Meigs native and Thomasville resident began playing youth football much later than most of his friends. “I didn’t begin playing football until middle school,” Copeland said. Even so, he said he knew he always wanted to play football at the highest level, and he did just that. … Continue reading Former NFL Player Paying It Back to Youth Athletes in Thomasville

Adapting to a “New Normal” in a Post-COVID-19 World

What a difference a month can make. In early March, we were all hard at work with business as usual, and some folks were calling COVID-19 a “hoax.” In early April, New York and communities around the country, including our neighbors to the west in Albany, saw all too well the devastation that this novel coronavirus can bring to families and neighbors. Work, school, worship, … Continue reading Adapting to a “New Normal” in a Post-COVID-19 World