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After having a phenomenal year in Georgia, the Forsyth Central High School Team OTTO #146 is headed to St. Louis.  The team earned the privilege to compete at the highest levels and against the strongest robots in the world!  The team will begin qualification matches on Thursday, working hard to earn our way to the finals on Saturday.  Cheer them on!The team sends their THANK YOU'S to all who have helped and supported their efforts.  Follow…
Tuesday, 26 April 2016 17:29

Literacy Forsyth: Learn More!

The mission of Literacy Forsyth is to provide adult literacy services that educate, build self-sufficiency, and strengthen the community’s economic base.  Literacy Forsyth and their partners have been successfully doing so since 1993.  The organization offers: Free Tutoring for low-level and non-reading adults Free tutoring, test prep classes, and study materials for students studying for the GED Free U.S. Citizenship test tutoring, test prep classes, and study materials Free English classes and tutoring for non-English…
What is Forsyth like today?  What will is be like in 20 years?  How will we get there?  Work with fellow community members to share the long-term vision and goals for Forsyth County.  A Visioning Workshop takes place on Wednesday, April 26 from 6 to 8 pm at the West Forsyth High School Cafeteria.   Foster Forsyth, the process of updating the Forsyth County Comprehensive Plan, is underway and community members are invited to participate.…
Twenty-six dogs that were removed from a residence on Franklin Goldmine Road in Forsyth County in early February will be available for adoption at the Forsyth County Animal Shelter beginning Saturday, April 2.The dogs, 12 puppies and 14 adults, are Chihuahua-Jack Russell terrier mixes. Of the puppies, five are females and seven are males. Of the adults, eight are females and six are males.“The dogs have been seen by a veterinarian and are all doing…
Pinecrest Academy senior Jake Mangan has received a 4-Year Naval ROTC full scholarship worth $136,000, with a Marine Option, at Auburn University. He will be studying Building Science, specializing in Military Science.  After completing his four years as an undergraduate, Mangan will serve as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. His commitment to the military will be four years Active Duty and four years in the Reserves. "Since PreK, Jake has demonstrated exceptional leadership,…
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