Rescue Me Friday
Every Friday, we feature a furry friend who's up for adoption.
Hands Free Devices with Governor's Office of Highway Safety
Robert Hydrick talked about the Hands-Free Law and the fact the only real significant change is that drivers cannot have a phone in their hand or supported by their body when talking on the phone while on the road.
He also showcased some devices people may want to consider using to connect their phones through to talk hands-free.
Armstrong Patriotic Concert
Patriotic Concert info: The concert will be a salute to those who have served and those who currently serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. Favorites by John Philip Sousa, Irving Berlin, Henry Fillmore, Lee Greenwood and others will be played, and a presentation of the 2018 Chatham County Veteran of the Year, along with the announcement of several scholarships and awards will occur.
Out of the sincerest respect for all who have served our great nation, we conclude our season with a bang, our very own American celebration. • This exciting concert honors distinguished military service and crescendos to great fanfare with a surprise appearance by one of America’s celebrity personas to guest conduct John Philip Sousa’s bombastic Stars and Stripes Forever. • As always, we'll have a senior military officer narration to the performance of America, the Beautiful. • The 3ID's Honor Guard will present our great nation's Colors to open the concert. • The Winds will also tribute the reigning Chatham County Veterans Council Veteran of the Year.
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased online: tickets.armstrong.edu by phone: 912-344-2801 or in person at the Fine Arts Hall Box Office Hours of Operation: M-F 12-3
Price: $12-$20 Discounts available for Seniors, Military, Child, Students/Alumni, Faculty/Staff
Jordan Allen joins us with two adoptable kitties from the Humane Society, and discusses upcoming events happening, including a Puppy-Palooza.