Monday July 4th Independence Day Parade Location: Downtown Jasper at 10:00 am. Brought to you by the Jasper Lions Club. It was a gorgeous day and lots of folks came out to celebrate Independence Day! Enjoy the slideshow below:
Shottenkirk Ford in Jasper, GA invites you to come visit! The new management team, led by John Higham, is ready to do business the way the customer wants – great deals combined with great service! Shottenkirk Ford wants to take care of its customers and the community.
Shottenkirk Ford in Jasper, GA wants you to drop by. Whether you need a new vehicle, service, or just want to check out all the great deals, you will always be met with a smile at Shottenkirk Ford. The new management has created a great place to see the new Ford lineup or help you with service for your vehicle. They are waiting to show you around and help you anyway they can – they want to make you feel at home at Shottenkirk Ford.
The service crew will give you affordable, dependable service from your tuneups, oil changes, or tires for your auto. They will take care of you with a smile and keep your auto in top shape! They also offer pickup and delivery for service. [cincopa AcOAWYtk9t8F]
You will enjoy the new layout which makes it easy to see all the great cars and trucks on the lot. From the fuel efficient to the four wheel drives they can find the right auto for you! You will enjoy a friendly – no pressure atmosphere and enjoy getting to know your friends at Shottenkirk Ford…so what are you waiting for?
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Pickens County Recreation Center director, Brian Jones, sat down with FYN sports to discuss the center, its availability, and his duties and responsibilities. Jones spoke about how the facility houses numerous soccer fields, basketball courts, and baseball fields. The basketball courts are often used by children after school during the hours that parents are still at work, as well as a home for the rec center’s league. (more…)
New Pickens High School Dragonettes volleyball coach, Ben Banard recently spoke with FYN about taking over the team and his expectations for the 2014 season. Banard spoke of being new to the sport, as an assistant coach last season, and his growth with the team going into this season. Banard gave FYN incite into the type of offensive and defensive sets “Nettes” fans will see in the upcoming year. (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragonettes cheerleading team held its annual youth camp with future “Nettes” cheerleaders working on tumbles, stunts and stands. Afterward the young ladies performed for the parents in attendance. (more…)
The Pickens County Board of Education recently approved Coach Donna Enis as the new head coach for girls basketball at Pickens High School. (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragons basketball team held its annual youth camp for future Dragons basketball players. Brad Steinhauer, steward of the Dragons basketball program, sat down with FYN Sports to discuss the camp, the Dragons summer schedule and expectations for the 2014-15 season. (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragons baseball is on a hot streak, winning three games in a row. After Pickens procured its first home win of the season, rocking Rockdale 11-3, the Dragons burned the Mountaineers of North Murray with two straight defeats. PHS scored a total of 25 runs in the two wins (15-10, 10-5). (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragonettes and Dragons tennis teams took on the region rival Gilmer Lady Bobcats and Bobcats. While the “Nettes” nixed the ladies from Gilmer at the net, 3-2, the Dragons got burned by the same score. (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragonettes and Dragons varsity basketball teams traveled to Cedartown High School to battle the Bulldogs. It was Cedartown’s senior night and the home teams pulled out two close wins in front of a raucous hometown crowd, 71-67 over the “Nettes” and 44-43 over the Dragons. The Pickens junior varsity Dragons was the only team to score a win, blowing out the Bulldogs 55-32. (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragonettes volleyball team held its annual end of the year banquet at the Pickens County Chamber of Commerce building, honoring the, seniors, superlatives, and individual members of the varsity, junior varsity, and first ever ninth grade teams. (more…)
The Pickens High School Dragonettes softball team hosted region rival, the Gilmer High School Lady Bobcats. The game took a back seat to life, as the Dragonettes honored all those affected by Cancer to take part in a brief “Strike Cancer” pre-game ceremony. Afterward the Dragonettes defeated the Lady Bobcats 5-4 with Olivia LeMieux providing the game winner on a two run standing double (more…)