Southwest Georgia’s art site Pasaqan reopens on April 6.
Dougherty students win at 4-H District
ALBANY, Ga. — The Dougherty County Extension Office traveled with several 4-H youths to Colquitt for the 2013 4-H Southwest District Cloverleaf Project Achievement.
The awards were based on 5th- and 6th-graders’ abilities in public speaking, creativity and record keeping. Twelve youths from Dougherty County placed in the competition.
“I am very excited and proud of how well the 4-Hers performed at District Project Achievement,” said Randy West, Dougherty County 4-H agent with the UGA Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. “Project Achievement can be challenging and kind of scary for the younger 4-Hers.”
Dougherty County youths participating in this year’s Cloverleaf Project Achievement were:
Myles Byrom placing 1st in Paleontology; Ariel Edwards placing 1st in Food Safety and Preservation; Keaton Summerell placing 1st in Outdoor Survival Skills; Morgan Rhodes placing 2nd in Public Speaking; Vernorya Tinch placing 2nd in General Science; Drew Cribbs placing 3rd in Companion Animal Science; Daniel Davenport placing 3rd in Food for Fitness; Shykeme High placing 3rd in Performing Arts Vocal; Trayvon Jackson placing 3rd in Bicycle; Jazma Lewis placing 3rd in History; Charity Sanders placing 3rd in Performing Arts General; Chloe Theidel placing 3rd in Cat Care; Dianah Anderson competed in Performing Arts Vocal; Katelyn Cosby competed in Dog Care and Training; Jada Hewell competed in History. West and Jessica Dorsey, Dougherty County 4-H program assistant, also attended the trip with the 4-Hers.
Contact Dougherty County 4-H at (229) 436-7216 for more information on Project Achievement or other 4-H events.
Pasaquan reopens for 2013 visitors
BUENA VISTA, Ga. — Southwest Georgia’s famous art site Pasaquan reopens to the public on April 6. The site will be open on the first Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through November.
2013 OPEN DAYS
The creator of Pasaquan is Eddie Owens. The complex consists of six buildings, all interconnected by a series of painted masonry walls, colorful concrete sculptures, and an assortment of landscape elements.
Cameras and picnic baskets are welcome. Admission is $5 per person. Children 6 and under are free.
The site is located near Buena Vista. For information, log on to www.pasaquan.com.