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"An atmosphere of optimism"

Portraying Count Dracula, Bobby Wesner, top center, of the Neos Dance Theater blocks out a scene during a technical rehearsal of "Count ... the Legend of Dracula" at the Averitt Center for the Arts Wednesday, Oct. 15

A few weekends ago, I drove growing sense of love and up to Macon to spend some loyalty for the city, a deditime with college friends. On cation to caring and to making Sunday, my buddy Patrick things better in the town. and I took his dog to Tattnall Together, community members Square Park, a city greenspace from Macon and Mercer that used to be kind of a University are working to build marshy, unappealing square of a better place to live. I have land but now features a rain never been in a community Brittani Howell garden, a free little library, that cared about its own wellnatural features for kids to being as much as Macon does. climb on and several new, carefully So I was kind of thrown when I tended species of trees — mostly moved here and got the feeling, rather thanks to one of my English proquickly, that there was a significant fessors and a manically dedicated disconnect between the Statesboro team of park enthusiasts. From there and Georgia Southern communities. we walked to the local dog park, The first time I drove down South which has been looking better and Main, on the way to my interview brighter in recent years after some here at the Herald, I was repulsed by hardcore TLC from the city. the blight I saw between the entrance to Georgia Southern and the court After that, we took a drive to the law school, where the College Hill house. Until I passed the library, I Alliance is working to turn Coleman seriously doubted that I was heading into a town at all; it looked more like Hill into a park. They recently fina roadside stop that had been hit by a ished a sort of concrete slide built hurricane. right into the hill. I'm not entirely sure why they're doing this, but it was cool, Now I'm getting to know and love Statesboro, and I don't particularly and Patrick and I took turns shooting want visitors looking at our town and down the slide like an oversized kids feeling the same way I did during my on a playground. first drive up South Main. As we drove back, we remarked on all the signs for community events: I don't have many political the rooftop concert series some opinions, and, as a journalist, I Mercer students just started up, ghost regard it as my duty to keep whatever tours through historic Macon, gathopinions I do have out of my writing. erings at the old antebellum houses. But this column is my space to be It's a completely different town from biased, so I have no problem saying the Macon I knew when I first moved this: I intend to vote to support the there in 2008 for my freshman year. I Redevelopment Powers Law. mentioned this to Patrick — how cool A college and its town are symbiotic creatures. The health of one it was to have been around to witness depends on the health of the other, and participate in the revitalization of and they work best when they're the city — and he agreed. "There's just kind of an overall working together. The Redevelopment atmosphere of optimism," he said. Powers Law stands a really good And it's true. As a town that, chance of helping to bridge the gap within the last five years, had the between our communities and give seventh-poorest metro area in the Statesboro the leg-up it deserves. I'd U.S. (according to Forbes magazine), love to see Statesboro pull a Macon Macon has really stepped it up. and turn itself around. Students used to be terrified of Macon, telling horror stories of Brittani Howell is the editor of Connect Statesboro. Drop her a line at the violence and unpleasantness of bhowell@connectstatesboro.com!w downtown at night. Now, there's a


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GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m.

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GSU Library — Dia de los Muertos Exhibit, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Averitt Center — “Nature Realized: Watercolor and Basket Exhibit,” 10 a.m.–7 p.m.

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Statesboro Regional Library — Needle Craft Group, 4–7 p.m.

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GSU’s Greek Row — Greek Street Trick-or-Treat, 6-8 p.m. Local kids and families are invited to trick-or-treat at the Greek houses in a yearly tradition at GSU. GSU’s Williams Center multipurpose room — Blow Out Breast Cancer, 7 p.m. The Colleges Against Cancer and the American Cancer Society have collaborated to bring a night of entertainment and testimonials for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. GSU’s Engineering and Information Technology Building, small auditorium, room 1004 — Poetry reading by poet Stephen Burt, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café —

GSU Russell Union Theater — Film screening: Impact: After the Crash, part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week Dingus Magee's — The Orange Constant, 8 p.m. Millhouse — Kyle Turner, 9 p.m. South City Tavern — Those Cats, 9 p.m.

9 a.m.–5 p.m. Miller Hill Music Park — Tommy Brown and the Country Line Grass, 10 a.m. Averitt Center — “Nature Realized: Watercolor and Basket Exhibit,” 10 a.m. –7 p.m. Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Ground — FAIR WEEK DAY 5: Moonlight Madness, 4–11 p.m. Wrist stamps are $15 beginning at 8 p.m. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Coty James, 6:30 p.m. GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter Recital Hall — Opera Breve VI: Fool Me Twice, 7:30– 8:30 p.m., free and open to the public The Clubhouse — Haunted Forest, 8 p.m.– midnight, $5 per person Millhouse — Blu Vudu, 9:30 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Coty James, 10 p.m.

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Galactic Comics — Board game day and fundraiser, all day. The staff and patrons of Galactic invite the community to a fundraising game day to raise money for a friend in Mongolia to help cover the costs of her medical treatments for diabetes. GSU’s Recreational Activities Center — Zombie Fun Run 5K, 8:30-11 a.m. Free one-mile fun run with zombie obstacles will begin at 10 a.m.

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Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m.

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Miller Hill Music Park — Tommy Brown and the Country Line Grass, 10 a.m. Averitt Center — “Nature Realized: Watercolor and Basket Exhibit,” 10 a.m.–7 p.m. GSU Library — Dia de los Muertos Exhibit, 2– 5 p.m. Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair Ground — FAIR WEEK DAY 6: Kiddie Land Special, 1 p.m.–midnight Downtown Statesboro — Scare on the Square, 4:30–9 p.m. The annual event will feature a community-wide costume contest, hay rides around the downtown area, and other Halloween activities. Prepare for a march of the dead when the zombie parade dances through, performing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” throughout the streets of downtown. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Wade Coleman, 6:30 p.m. GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter Recital Hall — Opera Breve VI: Fool Me Twice, 7:30–8:30 p.m., free and open to the public The Clubhouse — Haunted Forest, 8 p.m.– midnight, $5 per person Dingus Magee’s — Universal Sigh, 8 p.m. Millhouse — Wade Coleman, 9:30 p.m. Wild Wing Café —Joe Anderson, 10 p.m.

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GSU Library — Dia de los Muertos Exhibit, 2– 5 p.m. Statesboro Regional

Library — Pladd-O-Ween recital, 6 p.m., free and open to the public. The music students of Pladd Dot will showcase their talents in a general recital. Seating is limited, so show up early.

Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m.

GSU Performing Arts Center — GSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony performance, 7:30–8:30 p.m., free and open to the public

Statesboro Convention and Visitors Bureau — Ghost Tours by Lantern Light Walking Tour, $8 per person, 7 p.m.

Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee

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GSU Library — Dia de los Muertos Exhibit, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Averitt Center — “Nature Realized: Watercolor and Basket Exhibit,” 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m. The Clubhouse — Haunted Forest, 8 p.m.– midnight, $5 per person El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Retrievers — Bingo, 9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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GSU Library — Dia de los Muertos Exhibit, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Averitt Center — “Nature Realized: Watercolor and Basket Exhibit,” 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Fair Road Park (behind the Honey Bowen Building) — Market in the Park, 5– 7:30 p.m.

GSU’s Foy Building, Carol A. Carter Recital Hall — Piano Area Recital, free concert, 7:30 p.m.

The Clubhouse — Haunted Forest, 8 p.m.– midnight, $5 per person Retrievers — Trivia, 6 p.m.; beer pong tourney, 9 p.m. GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.

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Ghost tours highlight Statesboro's spooks There's more to Statesboro than meets the eye. At least, that’s the story that The Averitt Center is hoping to tell with this year's Ghost Tours by Lantern Light. This Halloween tradition has been taking place for four years and takes patrons on a journey into the dark and creepy underbelly of Statesboro's history. Over the course of about 45 minutes, tourists venture to different sites around downtown Statesboro and hear the history behind nine local venues, which seem to have activities much too strange to explain away with human errors or simple mistakes. Eileen Bayens is the President of the Averitt STARS, the acting troupe who bring these stories to life each year. According to Bayens, there are records and reports to back up each story which is being told on the tour. The records, reports and historical documents are collected, organized and then transformed into portrayals of local characters and stories in a mixture of history and improvisation. Among the logistical preparations made for this event, Bayens contacted the businesses she would use as stops on the tour. Some businesses allow the tour during their business hours and others gave their whole building over to the Averitt Center, allowing full use of the facilities to create more complex settings for the

tours. Actors and designers bring you into the world of these characters and, in some instances, the tourists become the center of the set as action takes place around them, not just on a stage before them. Another addition to the tour is the shuttle, which will be able to take tourists back to their vehicle once the tour is over. This year's tour will begin at the new Statesboro Convention and Visitors Center. From there, the included stops are The Beaver House, The Statesboro Inn, the Chamber of Commerce building, the Holland House, the courthouse and the Emma Kelly Theater. One of the actors people can expect to see is Shari Barr. For the last four years, she has reprised the role of Mella McDougald, the Lady of the Beaver House on the tour. Barr says the Beaver House has had more than one occasion of ghost sightings reported over the last 25 years. She also believes that the similarities in description of the ghost by seven different families who stayed at the house are evidence of the ghost activity. She shared a few of the scary events that took place there, including one little girl who died right on the Beaver House lawn after falling from a tree. Since then, she has been seen around the premises lurking in unrest.

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Our time has come Get ready for the first GSU v. GSU showdown gamedays as a part of those attendance numbers. That place has been depressingly empty. Getting people to show up for the game shouldn’t be an issue this Saturday when Georgia Southern comes to town. Unfortunately for Brown State, Eagle fans will likely make up an overwhelming majority of the crowd. Not only will this feel and sound like a home game for Georgia Southern, it will look like one too. Southern fans are planning to “white out” the Georgia Dome. So, for Eagle fans making the trip (and I highly encourage you to find a way to Atlanta for this one), make sure to wear white. I can’t say I have ever heard of a visiting team doing something like this, but it is a tremendous display of the support Southern has in the Atlanta area. Eagle Nation travels well anyway, but when you have the number of students and alumni from Atlanta that Georgia Southern does, it makes this a pretty easy trip for a whole pile of us. Just ask Georgia Tech. As for the game on the field, Georgia Southern is coming off a bye week which came at a good time for the Eagles. Southern had played in seven consecutive weeks, so the team probably needed a mental and physical break and will hopefully be hungry to get back on the field. And it never

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attack has me a bit concerned as the Panthers average over 300 yards per game through the air. Many Georgia Southern fans are hoping — and expecting — to win this game in blowout fashion. As much as I would love to see that, I think it’s going to be a little closer than Eagle fans would like. State has taken some pretty good teams down to the wire. Just ask Lousiana-Lafayette and South Alabama. Tattler Prediction: State will move the ball and put up some points, but they won’t be able to stop Georgia Southern. Eagles 45, Panthers 27 This is the first installment of what should become a very heated, very intense rivalry. We’ll see you at the dome, Eagle Nation!w

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On April 17, 2008, Georgia State University announced that it would begin a football program. Since that day, Georgia Southern fans have wanted a piece of the “other GSU” on the football field. And now that time has come. The Panthers’ inaugural Alex football game was played on Sept. 4, 2010, in the Georgia Dome. They won that game over Shorter College by a score of 41-7. The Panthers would finish the 2010 season with a record of 6-5, which — putting all trash talk aside — is pretty good for any startup program in its first season. Since then, they are 5-36. Not so good. Those five wins have come over powerhouse programs in Clark Atlanta, South Alabama, Campbell, Rhode Island and Abilene Christian. Since moving to the FBS in 2013, they have three losses to FCS teams and zero wins over FBS competition. Ouch. Starting a football program from scratch is no easy task. Doing so with success despite very little support from students and alumni is nearly impossible. And Georgia State is learning both of those lessons the hard way as attendance has struggled. They are averaging 11,824 per home game this season. I’ve seen some of their crowds — they must be counting everyone who happens to be anywhere within several hundred yards of the dome on

hurts to have two weeks to prepare for an opponent— especially when you know emotions will be running high on both sidelines. Georgia State traveled to South Alabama last week and lost a 30-27 heartbreaker to the Jaguars. The Panthers’ record isn’t pretty, but they have been competitive in nearly every game this season. They held a 14-0 halftime lead at Washington before the Huskies stormed back in the second half to win 45-14. The only other lopsided loss for State was a 52-10 blowout at the hands of a pretty doggone good Arkansas State squad. The Panthers can score points. They are averaging 27 points per game and have put up at least that many in five of their seven contests. Georgia State quarterback Nick Arbuckle is a gunslinger. Honestly, their passing

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"How can we turn around downtown?" Locals hope Redevelopment Powers Law will provide a solution for community growth A law on the local ballot could change the face of downtown as we know it. At least, that’s what members of the South Main Revitalization Project are saying. The members, including representatives from the city of Statesboro, GSU, the Downtown Development Authority and other city organizations, individuals and groups, are promoting the Redevelopment Powers Law. If approved locally, the law will give the city of Statesboro the authority to allocate funds to the revitalization of blighted, underdeveloped areas of town. This means that, through the use of tax allocation districts (TADs), the city could bring in new businesses, create more green spaces, build safer mixed-income housing facilities and make Statesboro a more vibrant, prosperous community, for both citizens and college students. “What we’re hoping for the students is that it’ll give them more places to shop, more places to eat, and different businesses that’ll be close to college where, if they lived in downtown, they can walk to it or kind of do any of that stuff that they could do in a walkable, bike-able community,” said Bryan Davis, who is personally and professionally supporting the Redevelopment Powers Law. The company he works for, Hendley Properties, has been a leading force in the redevelopment of the downtown residential areas. Successful TADs have been created in other cities around Georgia, including Rome, Augusta, Duluth, Marietta and – most notably – Atlanta, where the Belt Line and the Atlantic Station complex stand as the poster children for Georgia’s TAD initiatives. Your first reaction to this idea is probably “Awesome!” Your second reaction: “…What’s a TAD?”

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“TAD” stands for “tax allocation district,” a means of helping the city raise funds for revitalization projects without raising taxes for the revenue. Here’s how it works: The city would identify an area in need of redevelopment and designate it as a tax allocation district. They would then take a “snapshot” of the existing property taxes, to establish a baseline value for the area. All taxes up to that baseline would continue to be distributed citywide. If, however, new businesses were to move in or redevelopment projects were to take place and raise property values (and, therefore, taxes), the additional revenue would go into a fund from which the city could draw for other projects. Essentially, the TAD would become an area that generated its own development funds. “It will capture the growth inside that area and they [city council] would reinvest that money inside of that area,” Davis said.

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This sample ballot shows the language used at the voting booths for the Redevelopment Powers Law. Statesboro citizens who want to vote for or against the local legislation can vote up until election day, Nov. 4. Extra taxes? Not exactly. That sounds like taxes are going up, doesn’t it? Davis and other proponents of the law insist that this is not the case. “You are only going to be taxed on what your property is worth, whether the TAD is there or the TAD is not there,” Davis explained. “The only thing that’s going to happen with the TAD being there is that any improvement on your property — which you’re going to be taxed on regardless — is going to go into the TAD fund to put downtown. And that’s the only difference.” Most Georgia Southern students

aren’t directly concerned with rising property values downtown, because most GSU students don’t own property in the city. But the law has bigger implications than just the numbers. Why students should care The first proposed TAD project targets the “Blue Mile”: the 1.1-mile stretch between the Statesboro courthouse and the entrances to Georgia Southern University — essentially, the length of South Main Street. By investing in the residential and commercial aspects of this area, Davis said, the law’s proponents hope to bridge the gap between the college and city

This graph explains the way a TAD functions in a community. The green bar indicates the baseline values of a TAD district — essentially, what the property is worth before the TAD goes into effect. Those property taxes continue to go to the city and school system. As new businesses or development projects come into the district, property values go up. The resulting rise in property taxes, represented by the teal area, gets reinvested into the TAD. This creates a ready fund to pull from for more development projects. Again, it's not an additional tax; property taxes will only increase if the value of the property increases as well, and all funds will be deposited right back into the community. SPECIAL


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A TAD isn’t going to work overnight; it takes time to generate revenue for big projects, like paving the way for a new downtown grocery store (one of the ideas the South Main Revitalization Project members are batting around). The district can stay in effect for 10–20 years and generate revenue throughout that time. “The people that started in the 90s are seeing the fruits of their labor now, and everything looks really great to them. If we’re starting right now, it’ll probably be the next generation that gets to see the fruits of our labor,” Davis said. While the results of the TAD might be a big example of delayed gratification, the implications for Statesboro, Georgia Southern and the relationship between the two communities are huge. But it all hinges on the decision to pass or reject the Redevelopment Powers Law.w

VOTING INFO ➤ At the Bulloch County Courthouse, early voting will be held Monday through Friday, between Oct. 13 and 31, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Early voting at the Honey Bowen Building on Max Lockwood Drive is Oct. 27-31 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ➤ Those who wish to vote on a Saturday may do so Oct. 25, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at either the Honey Bowen Building or Bulloch County Courthouse. Another option for any registered Bulloch County voter is at the Russell Union on Georgia Southern University’s campus Oct. 21-23 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Residents who want to vote by absentee ballot may find applications at www.sos.ga.gov or by contacting the Bulloch County Board of Elections at elections@bullochcounty.net or voterregistrar@bullochcounty.net. Applications may be emailed, faxed, mailed or brought back to the elections office, and ballots will be mailed to the address given by applicants. The elections office fax number is (912) 764-8167.

➤ Absentee ballots may be applied for up until Oct. 31. Voters who do not choose the early voting option may still vote at the precinct in which they are registered from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 4.

➤ You can check your voter registration status at www.mvp. sos.ga.gov. If you’re not registered, it’s too late for this election or the runoff, should one be required, but you can still register for future elections. Georgians with a valid Georgia driver’s license can go online and register at https://registertovote.sos. ga.gov/GAOLVR/.

➤ The “GA Votes” mobile app also allows Georgians to register to vote. Using the MVP feature on the app, Georgia voters can view their specific sample ballot, find their polling locations, check voter registration status and track the status of their absentee ballot. All of this information is available on mobile devices on Apple and Android platforms. To find the app, search for “GA Votes” in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

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SPECIAL The new venue is located in the building that used to house Van Gogh's Pizza, on Lanier Drive across from GATA Sports Bar and Grill.

Boro welcomes new venue: Club 125 With the recent closing of Rude Rudy’s and last year’s closing of the Platinum Lounge and the Primetime Lounge, the city of Statesboro is cracking down on local bars and trying to influence them to clean up their practices. In the midst of these events, there is a new venue on the horizon. Club 125 are finalizing designs and preparing for their grand opening, which they have tentatively set for Oct. 22. The former Van Gogh’s Pizza & Microbrewery is being transformed into Club 125, which will cater to multiple markets and musical preferences. The building on its own is over 6,000 square feet and includes a balcony that links to GATA Sports Bar and Grill, which can hold even more people. Christian Bennett, who locally owns Club 125 and GATA Sports Bar, spoke about the new venue’s plan to ensure the safety and security of its patrons. Bennett has over 30 years of experience running these establishments and said, “It all comes down to training.” “Everyone working here will be well trained to handle multiple situations,” Bennet said. In regards to training, Bennet listed the many forms of certifications and licensure that bartenders

and security have to have in order to work at the new club. Employees at Club 125 have no less than two separate types of certification to obtain in order to work. The owners at Club 125 are also planning to add amenities that will prevent their patrons who are of drinking age from getting behind the wheel of a car or walking home alone. They are in the process of obtaining a shuttle bus for the bar which will pick up groups of people who want to go out, bring them to the club, and return them home when their night is over. For those who drive when they go out, 125 will be working with a designated driver program that will drive you and your car home if you have been drinking. “There is no reason why a person should leave this club impaired or get into any trouble because of the many alternatives we provide,” said Bennett. Christian Bennett wouldn’t comment on what other establishments are doing wrong. Still, he is planning to open Club 125, which he boasts is big enough to match the size of any bar in coastal Georgia, with a plan of action to make the experience at Club 125 a safe one from the start.w

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communities. “From Midtown Plaza to Gnat’s Landing, there are eight vacant businesses,” Davis said. “That’s one-tenth of a mile, and there are eight vacant businesses.” With the help of the TAD, Davis said, the city could cover some of the preliminary costs of redeveloping those vacant spaces for interested parties. If, for instance, a new retail store wanted to move into one of those eight vacant businesses, the TAD revenue could expand the parking lot, clean out the interior of the building, re-pave the sidewalk or knock down the empty building—whatever the new retail store might need to get started in the space. Eventually, this could lead to more places for college students to walk, shop, eat and hang out, drawing them farther away from campus and into the Statesboro community.

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"Fool Me Twice" with two hilarious operas The Georgia Southern Opera, a lations (shown on a screen behind part of the Georgia Southern Music the performers.) The Nightbell, as Department, it’s known in English, is readies itself for set in the 18th century the upcoming and presents the age-old production of “jealous ex” character "Fool Me Twice: in a new way. An older Opera Breve apothecary is set to VI.” The event marry his young bride, is to be located but her ex-lover is in the Carol A. working hard to boycott Carter Recital the pair. A new law Hall of the Foy states that apothecaries INFO Building on must have a night bell, When? Oct. 24–25, 7:30 campus October and must answer the p.m. 24-25 at 7:30 pm. call if it rings. The ex Where? GSU's Carol A. Admission is free spends all night after Carter Recital Hall and open to the the wedding creating How much? Free! public and the studisguises (sometimes dents will provide via cross-dressing) to a sort of shuttle from the Russell rouse the apothecary and essentially Union parking lot for guests if necmaking it impossible for the couple essary. to consummate their marriage. The show consists of two short The second opera will be in operas, each about an hour long. English and is also set in the 18th The first opera on the bill, II camcentury. The Songstress features a panello, will be performed in the mother and daughter team who use original Italian with supertitle transtheir cunningly clever skills to trick

men into giving up their money and other valuables. Even when the duo is found out, they still manage to triumph. The cast is entirely comprised of Georgia Southern students lead by Arikka Gregory, the director of the opera program on campus. At the end of every semester, students audition for entrance into the next semester’s program. Dr. Gregory spent the summer researching operas that would fit well with the students chosen and came across these two.

She mentions that she is pleased with how the themes of the two one-act operas fit together, stating that “both shows have main characters who use deceit to manipulate the people around them for personal gain.” The students will be accompanied by Michael Braz on piano. Dr. Gregory notes that the music is a little difficult, but the ridiculous storylines add a fun element to the challenge. Students have been rehearsing since early summer and are ready to show off their hard work.w

tatesboro.com or upon entering The Clubhouse. There will be costume contests held on the 25th and the 31st during Cosmic Bowling, which starts after 9 p.m. Cosmic Bowling is directed more toward the college students with drink runners traveling up and down the lanes so guests don’t have to leave their game to visit Spike's Bar & Grill. There will also be spooky laser tag for $7 after 9 each night from October 25-31. "It's laser tag in a way that no one has done before," said Pittman. "There are a lot of dark corners in there. Imagine having your intensity that high and then having someone jump out at you." For younger guests The Clubhouse

offers the Candy Trail, which puts a spin on traditional trick-or-treating. "For $5, the guests can enjoy Ballocity and 10 stops on our candy trail," said Pittman. Stay on the lookout for more events coming from The Clubhouse, including the “Celebrity Bowling” event coming up in November. For those who have never been to The Clubhouse, there are a myriad of activities to entertain the child in all of us including laser tag, go karts, batting cages, an arcade, cosmic bowling and much more. The Clubhouse also tries to impact the environment as positively as possible from the lights to the innovative approach to digital tickets from arcade games.w

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Haunted Forest returns to The Clubhouse The Clubhouse is helping to get locals in the holiday spirit by hosting a variety of Halloween themed activities as part of their Spooktacular activities. Besides all of the daily activities— including laser tag, go-karts, batting cages and bowling — Spooktacular offers the Haunted Forest. The Haunted Forest has been a Halloween tradition in Statesboro for over 20 years. The Clubhouse donated the

space behind the facilities for The Boys and Girls Club to raise funds for their organization. Admission into the Haunted Forest is just $5. "It's going to be more spooky and more creepy than ever before because of all the space available," said Shellie Pittman, the public relations and marketing coordinator for The Clubhouse. Those who are interested in visiting the Haunted Forest must sign a waiver which can be found at clubhouses-


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The Walk in My Shoes Organization helps provide shoes, clothing, and other necessary items to needy children and families in Bulloch County. Please contact us if you have unwanted items that you would like to donate. Thank you for your support! “We’re helping kids… one step at a time” 331 S. Walnut St. Statesboro 912-541-2809

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is now hiring for the following positions for local industry in the Bulloch/ Screven County area: Production Operators: Heavy duty positions require lifting 60lbs. regularly through out 8/hour shift Forklift experience a plus Maintenance Mechanics Electricians Apply in person at 5A Allen Cail Drive Statesboro, GA 30458 Monday - Thursday 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 912-225-1402 *Drug screen and criminal background check required. Sizemore Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Is your child struggling in school? Does your child need to improve his/her grades on the Georgia Milestone test? 912764-9282, 813-909-6067

Need sewing or alterations? Specializing Wedding, Prom Special Needs and Pageant dresses, as well Westwood Nursing Center Care Giver as everyday wear. Call me, 912“Promoting Care From The Heart” Experienced care needed to 489-0937. help take care of middle school LPN’s (All Shifts)& age son with special needs. Schools and Instruction CNA’s (All Shifts) Please call or text. 912-5369399

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Do you have a child, or Very Caring & grandchild, who needs tutoring K-5th? (English Language Arts, Compassionate Reading, & Math.) To discuss Caregiver call Katherine Hindman 912will take care of your loved one. 690-0312. 15 years experience. 229-2551298 references.

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Southeastern Technical College has the following position available at this time: Part-Time Chemistry Instructor Vidalia Campus Full-Time Computer Information Systems Instructor Swainsboro Campus Please visit the Employment page at www. southeasterntech.edu or call 912-538-3147 for more information. STC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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& RN Supervisor for weekends positions available. Brown’s Health and Rehab Center, Statesboro, Georgia. If interested, please contact Tammy Royal, Administrator (912) 7649631 or (706) 871-2478.

SpartanNash Company

Tractor/trailer CDL-A Drivers. A leading southeast Wholesaler of Groceries nation-wide, has an immediate career opportunity for experienced CDL-A Drivers. High School Diploma or GED required. (1) year prior commercial driving experience preferred. Valid Commercial DriversLicense Class A/ good driving record. Able to operate trailer landing gear and move converter dolly. Work up to 8 day (70) hours per week including nights/ weekends. Must pass a DOT physical examination and subject to periodic random alcohol and drug tests. Duties include: Deliver product to a series of customers outof-town • Deliver to/unload product at customer location, verify accuracy of delivery, complete paperwork, and pick up returned product. • Perform safety inspection on vehicle. Ensure accuracy of driver Logs while performing trip activities. KnowledgeIAdd. skills/ Aptitude: • Excellent communication skills; writing, reading, oral & interact politely and effectively w/customers. Demonstrate sound judgment in operation of vehicle. Self-motivated, organized, responsible, and detail-oriented. Apply:www. spartannash.com Bring completed application:. GA Dept of Labor 62 Packinghouse Road Statesboro, GA 30458 912-681-5175 SpartanNash is an EEO/AA Employer//DISABILITY/DFWP

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The Statesboro Herald has an immediate opening for an Assistant District Sales Manager. This is an entry level position; responsible for ensuring excellent newspaper delivery service to our 7000 customers in Bulloch and surrounding counties and supervision of our contract carriers. Must have good communication skills, good organizational skills, be able to handle delivery challenges on short notice and have the maturity and personality to provide exceptional customer service. Supervisory experience and or Circulation experience is preferred but not required. Applicant must have reliable transportation and valid GA driver’s license, liability insurance and good driving history. Good geographical knowledge of Bulloch and surrounding counties and basic computer skills are necessary. This is full time position with a full benefits package including, paid holidays, vacation, sick time, 401k, profit sharing and optional life, medical, dental and vision insurance. Position will require work on frequent weekends, holidays and early mornings. Apply in person at our office, located at One Proctor St. in Statesboro, during normal business hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Resumes may be mailed Attn: Circulation Manager, Statesboro Herald, P.O. Box 888, Statesboro, Georgia, 30459 or email delliott@ statesboroherald.com Interviews selected on the basis of information provided. No phone calls, please.

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Part Time Opportunity! The Statesboro Herald is looking for an independent newspaper delivery contractor for the Portal and Twin City areas. Contracts will be awarded to energetic individuals who can ensure competent on time delivery This Apartment to Herald customers by 6:30 is for you! am each morning. Overnight, Statesboro weekend and holiday delivery is required. Serious enquiries Large one bedroom, full size only. Competitive pay is based apt. All inclusive. 223 Lanier on subscriber delivery and is Dr. Call now 912-681-3291 adjusted for today’s costs. A reliable means of transportation with backup is required. A valid Georgia driver’s license and current insurance is also required. Inquire in person at One Proctor Street, Statesboro, GA 30458

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October is a time for The zombie-like enemies spooky stories and chilling must be set on fire to pertales. With Halloween right manently kill them. Some around the corner, The Evil items can be thrown to Within is the perfect survival distract the monsters. horror video game developed Occasionally, downed by Tango Gameworks and enemies may drop supplies published by Bethesda for the player. Tim Webb Softworks. The visuals and audio are Played from a third person perfect to give the feeling of perspective, The Evil horror and even, Within is a game where sometimes, give REVIEW the player is tasked with the allusion of gathering supplies, using a creepy movie 'The Evil Within' stealth and fighting when rather than a video necessary to stay alive. game. The survival The protagonist, Sebastian gameplay found Developer: Tango Castellanos, is a police in the game is Gameworks detective who is knocked some of the best Publisher: Bethesda unconscious while invesof the genre to Softworks tigating a grisly mass date. Enemies are Platforms: Microsoft murder and awakens to terrifying and the Windows, PlayStation 3, a world where zombiepacing of the game PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox like creatures and other is perfect for a One horrors have cluttered the horror. cities. Although the While trying to figure out what game is one of the best of its kind, has happened to the world, the player there are some small issues. Sebastian has access to an arsenal including Castellanos, for instance, is a boring guns, grenades, crossbows and knives. and dull character who seems to not

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This year's Scare on the Square scheduled for this weekend On Saturday Oct. 25, from 4:30–9 p.m., Main Street Statesboro and official sponsor Zaxby’s are proud to present this year’s Scare on the Square event. Our spookiest event by far, Scare on the Square promises a fun time for all ages. Hayrides, a scarecrow decorating contest, costume contests, a haunted house, candy in the form of our trunk-or-treat, and the world famous Thriller dance are sure to make this year’s Scare on the Square event an unforgettable night of Halloween fun. Dr. Brent Wolfe, whose student volunteers have played a major role in planning the excitement for this year’s event expects it to be a great time for all. “My student volunteers have been working diligently on this event for two months and have done a fan-

As the sun sets over downtown Statesboro, Heather Wilson, center, of Brooklet walks with sons Landon, 6, left, and Clay, 3, during Saturday's Scare on the Square in this 2012 file photo. SCOTT BRYANT/ staff

tastic job. We’ve thrown some new twists on some of the activities from previous years that we’re certain children and their families, as well as those seeking a little bit of adventure will enjoy.” More than 25 local vendors will

also be on hand selling food and merchandise. Parking and admission are free to the general public. Come out and enjoy a spooktacular evening on the streets of downtown Statesboro!w

Eugenia Last LIBRA (Sept. 23–Oct. 23) — Negotiations will provide enlightening information. Share your ideas with as many people as possible. Your plans will attract more attention than you expected. Be ready to quickly move forward. SCORPIO (Oct. 24–Nov. 22) — You'll be faced with a substantial change, making it vital that you get all the facts before making a decision. Ask questions to get a better handle on the pros and cons. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23–Dec. 21) — Your future should take precedence over other people's plans. Deal with established professionals when researching the vocation that you are aiming for. The time it takes to learn the tricks of the trade will be well-spent. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22– Jan. 19) — A non-productive cycle must be changed. It's up to you to get the ball rolling. Do whatever it takes to get motivated. No

one is going to give you a free ride. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20– Feb. 19) — Move on to a more meaningful relationship phase with friends, relatives or a lover. A deeper bond is possible if you are truthful and build a union based on trust. PISCES (Feb. 20– March 20) — Size up why you are feeling at odds with your current situation. It's time to take control of what's important and walk away from what isn't. Home improvements will be beneficial. ARIES (March 21–April 19) — You will be tempted by a unique offer. Get together with the most interesting and active people you know and make plans to have an adventurous outing. TAURUS (April 20–May 20) — You will obtain good results with sensible food choices and a sound exercise routine. Local farmers' markets and health-food stores offer many diverse options to improve your

diet. Overindulgence should be avoided. GEMINI (May 21–June 20) — If you shake things up, improve your appearance or enhance your image, your confidence will go up as well. Get involved in something new, exciting and thoughtprovoking. CANCER (June 21–July 22) — You can expect to experience worry or concern regarding children and loved ones. Do your best to keep the peace at home and avoid criticizing others. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) — Minor strife at home will blow over soon. You should be happy with the way other situations are developing around you. Don't let anyone back you into a corner. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Ask old friends questions that will help you get a clearer picture of the way you are perceived by others. Recalling old dreams will lead to a new destination.w

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