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Sept. 5 Taste of Downtown at F1rst Friday It's Statesboro's tastiest First Friday of the year. Head out to North Main Street on Friday starting at 5:30 p.m. to take a bite out of the Boro's downtown restaurants. Five dollars gets you entrance into the event and all the samples you can eat. Want to test out that place you've been eyeing for a date? Maybe you'd just like to get to know the restaurants you've always meant to come to, or you're new to town an ready for a crash course in local cuisine. Whatever your reasons, come on down and support Boro businesses!

Oct. 4 180 Fitness Bodybuilding and Figure Classic You're sexy and you know it, right? Put all those rippling muscles to the test, or come watch ripped people do their little turns on the catwalk. Local gym 180 Fitness is accepting entries for their eighth annual Bodybuilding and Figure Classic. With plenty of new divisions for

people to compete in, the competition will single out the best built physiques in the Boro and beyond. (The competition is open nationwide.) Sept. 6 is the last date to sign up without incurring a late fee, but people can sign up until the day of the show. The date for the show is Oct. 4, with pre-judging at 10 a.m. and the final competition at 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Averitt Center for the Arts. Further details can be found at oneeightyfitness. com.

Oct. 18 Blues Traveler headlining Ogeechee Seafood Festival

If the food isn't enough to tempt you out to Richmond Hill, Georgia, for this year's Ogeechee Seafood Festival, then maybe the entertainment will do it. The Grammy award-winning band Blues Traveler has still got it, and they're bringing it to the festival for a night of great music. Tickets to the event will be $10 for Saturday. Stay tuned to Connect for more details, and be sure to check out the festival's website (goseafoodfestival.com) for tickets and additional information.w

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Wednesday

Julia P. Bryant Elementary School — Inaugural Kickoff Balloon Launch, 9:30 a.m. GSU Campus — Campus True Blue Block Party, 12–2 p.m. GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 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 — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Downtown Statesboro — TRUE BLUE Tailgate Downtown, 6–10 p.m. GSU Performing Arts Center — GSU Music Department faculty showcase concert, 7:30–

Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Broughton Street, Savannah — Savannah’s Fashion Night, 6:30–11 p.m.

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IT’S GAME DAY, Y’ALL! Paulson Stadium — Eagle Nation vs. Savannah State, kickoff set for 6 p.m.

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Statesboro — True Blue Eagle Eye Friday, all day East Main Street — F1rst Friday Taste of Downtown, 5–8 p.m. Take a bite out of every downtown restaurant in Statesboro’s tastiest F1rst Friday of the year!

Benefit for Donna Brower Bearden — Brooklet Peanut Festival grounds, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Help a local lady in her fight against multiple myeloma. Games, food, raffle tickets and live music. Free and open to public.

Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Amy Taylor, 6 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Sunset Love Affair, 8 p.m.

Averitt Center — Averitt Faculty Showcase, 7:30 p.m.¬–9 p.m., $15 for adults

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El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. GATA’s — Cornhole tournament, 8 p.m. Retrievers — Bingo, 9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Fair Road Park (behind the Honey Bowen Building) — Market in the Park, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Retrievers — Trivia, 6 p.m.; beer pong tourney, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GSU Recreation Activity Center — Learn the Shim Sham with the Swing Cats! Lesson open to beginner dancers. Free for students; $5 for community members. RSVP on Facebook! 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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Hit the arcade without leaving your couch Zen Studios has finally released Pinball FX2 to the Xbox One and rounded out its availability on the Xbox consoles and PC. Pinball FX2 has the same rules of a real pinball machine but in Tim a virtual environment. Players can also choose from dozens of different pinball tables to play on. As with a traditional pinball machine, players fire a ball onto the table using the plunger. Once the ball is in play, players control flippers to keep the ball on the table while also nudging the machine to guide the path of the ball. The game also supports multiplayer both online and split-screen.

The game itself is free of charge, but players are charged for different tables to play on. A variety of tables are available for purchase, including Star Wars, Marvel, Plants vs. Zombies Webb and many more. Visuals and sounds are superb and add to the functionality of the game. Some of the tables are somewhat challenging, but there are tables easy enough for a newcomer to feel at home. As with all Xbox games, players can unlock achievements on each table they play on. Also, for each million on your top score across all

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Looking for this week's GSU v. N.C. State recap?

Alex Brown's tips for making your gameday experience its best One of my favorite parts of college football season is the tailgating. There’s nothing quite like having several thousand of your closest friends all gathered early preparing to cheer your team to victory. Grills and smokers cooking mouth-watering Alex tailgate food, coolers full of cold beverages, tailgate games, good music, great friends and the anticipation of seeing your team play a big game all make the gameday experience special. At Georgia Southern, we pride ourselves on knowing how to enjoy a gameday. I have been to games all over the place and I will tell you we can tailgate with the best of them. This Saturday, our Eagles play at Paulson Stadium, so it’s time to get your tailgate checklist out and get ready for gameday in Statesboro. If you are new to this whole tailgating thing or just haven’t quite perfected the art, hopefully this will help you and your friends take your gameday experience to the next level.

Pick your spot Make sure your group decides on a good location. Personally, I prefer trying to stick with the same spot all season so your friends know where to find you on gameday. But keep in mind, tailgate lots will be a little different for games at Paulson this season. The main stadium lot is reserved for Eagle Fund donors. Spots in the stadium lot must be purchased along with a minimum annual donation ahead of time. The RAC lot is now also reserved, but don’t let that change deter you—you still have plenty of good options. Your tailgate group could pool money together to get a spot in a reserved lot. Trust me, if you go to a game at any other school in the country, you’re paying to park if you’re RAC-to-Paulson distance from the stadium. We have been spoiled. Making its debut this season is the Student Tailgate Zone located outside the north side of the stadium,

which will include 20 free tailgate spots available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The STZ will include games, vendors, giveaways and live music. Student organizations or groups of students can reserve their spot online at gseagles.com or by calling Brown 912-478-1500. Other free parking options include the Union/Bookstore, Forest Drive/ PAC and Nursing/Chemistry lots. These all fall along the gameday bus route so you can ride the bus right up to the stadium gate when you are ready to go in. There are also plenty of house parties and apartment complexes within walking distance.

Get organized Once you decide on a location, communicate with your group and make a checklist so you know who is bringing what. An organized tailgate is always going to be more enjoyable for everyone.

Pull your weight Don’t stick the same people with paying for and setting up everything every week. Split the cost and workload evenly among the group.

Stay hydrated These early season games are hotter than two rats in a wool sock on a tin roof in July. Make sure you drink plenty of water. It will be a long day for

you if you don’t.

Clean up after yourselves Folks, it’s not hard to take some pride in your campus and bring a few trash bags and actually use them. This is our university. Don’t trash it.

Southern hospitality Everybody is out to have a good time and we are all a part of the Georgia Southern family. Make friends, introduce yourself to fellow Eagle fans or even offer other tailgate groups food or something cold to drink. They will likely be happy to return the favor later. And if you run into fans of the opposing team, don’t yell and cuss at them. Friendly trash-talk is always fun, but let’s also shake their hands, welcome them to Georgia Southern and offer them something to eat or drink. Our team can kick their team’s tail on the field, then we’ll wish them a safe trip home. Let’s show everyone who comes to Our House that kind of Southern Hospitality.

GATA Get in the stadium early and be loud all game long. Make Paulson Stadium the toughest place to play anywhere. We only have five home games this fall. Let’s make the most of every gameday we get. See you on Saturday at Paulson, Eagle Nation!w

A CRASH COURSE IN GAMEDAY CHEERS The cheers at Georgia Southern are a time-honored tradition, and if you want to look like a real Eagle, you had best get them right. But don't worry — they're simple enough to remember, and Connect is here to help. The student side says "Georgia" and the alumni side yells "Southern"; the student side asks "Whose house?" and the alumni side responds "Our house"; and they all yell "One more time!" (one of many of Erk Russell's well-known sayings) at every kickoff.

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Check our Connect website for Alex Brown's expert analysis of Saturday's game against the N.C. State Wolfpack. He'll also be previewing this weekend's showdown against Savannah State. Be sure to read up on all his predictions before this season's big home opener! Alex Brown's column can be found on our website, connectstatesboro. com, under the "Tailgate Tattler" tab. Check it out, and enjoy the game!

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THE PASSAGE OF TIME I lose the sense of time by bingewatching. I don't mean hours lost to television when I could be doing something useful to society, like laundry. Many television shows follow the seasons. Characters mark Christmas in December and Valentine's Day in February. When I binge-watch, I don't always get a good sense of whether something I watched just four hours ago really took place four weeks or four months ago. I also miss having a week or even a summer to reflect. Instead of challenging my mind to play out potential outcomes following a cliffhanger, I can simply press "play" to find out in the next episode.

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Associated Press I mean, you could read this op-ed about the perils and drawbacks of bingewatching TV. Then again, you could watch both seasons of Orange is the New Black on Netflix. Your choice, really. LAKE CITY, Pa. — Americans are increasingly engaging in a practice known as television binge-watching — going through several episodes of a TV show in a single stretch. In the old days, of course, people watched one episode a week. That changed with digital video recorders and Internet streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu. DVDs and online services also make it possible to start shows from the beginning, even years after the finale has aired. I used some recent trips to finish Showtime's Dexter and start CBS' The Good Wife. In between, I breezed through Netflix's Orange Is The New Black and the second season of House of Cards. I have about 50 series on various watch lists — and people are continually recommending more. So why am I unhappy about this new way to watch TV?

AVOIDING SPOILERS The biggest challenge with bingewatching is avoiding mentions of plot

twists and other spoilers in the news media, on social networks and in casual conversations. Although friends on Facebook restrain from giving specifics, they often say enough to signal that something surprising just happened. Please! When I got to one of those episodes in question on Game of Thrones last year, I thought to myself, that's it? It became a letdown rather than a shock as fans watching at the time experienced it. Worse, I knew how the serial-killer drama Dexter ended long before I got to watch the final season during a trip to California this summer. Yes, it's my fault for not keeping up; the finale was shown last September. But this column is about what I miss about watching television the old-fashioned way.

AVOIDING SPOILING Aware of how it feels to hear about spoilers, I'm careful not to "spoil" others. But it's hard to keep track of what I can say to whom. How I Met Your Mother ended its

Netflix has been one of the biggest promoters — and enablers — of bingeing. As it does with all other original series, Netflix released the entire fourth season of Arrested Development at once last year. I watched all 15 half-hour episodes in a single day, even after I started getting tired toward the end. I felt I had to race through the season or risk hearing about plots and jokes from other sources. Those final episodes were less enjoyable and less memorable as a result. I've also let too much of my life slide trying to catch up on shows. In the past, when you heard about a good show, you started with the next episode that aired, and you managed to figure out what was going on. Nowadays, there's a temptation to start from the beginning, even as new episodes air, such that it becomes overwhelming to catch up and keep up. That happened to me with The Good Wife. I borrowed a friend's Wi-Fi connection in Boulder, Colorado, to download the entire first season. I got through a good part of it as I traveled by train from Denver to New York. All the while, I felt guilty that I wasn't doing more productive things, such as finishing this column that I'd been procrastinating on for months because the "play" button was so easy to tap.w


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Wild Wing Café breaks out new menu marinade. The heat is distinct but not overpowering, so even those who don’t like spicy foods can find something to enjoy in the dish. The menu also features new flatbread “pizza” options, including a barbecue pork flatbread that smacks of Southern summertime. The sweet heat of the BBQ sauce is pleasantly brought down by the coolness of homemade coleslaw, and it’s heavy enough to make a meal by itself. For lighter fare, you could always go with the shrimp pesto flatbread, which has cooler, complementing flavors. The buffalo chicken wraps, with their crackly exterior and creamy sauce, make another delicious and easy to share appetizer. For full meals, the Wilder Willy is a perfect staple for sloppy game night

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The Wilder Willy, a revamped version of Wild Wing Café's much-loved Wild Willy sandwich, features shaved ham, melted cheese and whole grain mustard. dinners: hearty, heavy and flavorful, accompanied by fries and a unique and surprising beer cheese dipping sauce. Wild Wing Café's new dishes are all tasty new additions, but its biggest achievement with its new menu is the consistency of the food. Despite the abundance of sauces, none of the dishes

were soggy, defying what one might expect from bar food. Connect had a great experience with Wild Wing Café's new menu, but don't take our word for it. Give it a shot for the next Eagle's away game and see if, like us, you'll be eager to go back for more..w

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Clothes make the band: The Hypnotics This weekend's music scene will experience a blast from the past when The Hynotics, a rock group out of Savannah, take the stage at GATA's on Friday evening for their first show in Statesboro. The self-proclaimed "garage rock heartthrob gunslingers" (as they call themselves on their Facebook page) will be bringing their nostalgic sound for a performance reminiscent of the Beatles and other '50s and '60s rock bands. The group's sound is very much derived from the classic era of rock, with plenty of covers from the time period to round out their sets during performances. "We all sort of liked different stuff, but we all sort of grew up on '50s and '60s rock and roll," said Ty Thompson, the band's guitar player. Their mutual preference for that particular moment

in music history gave the band a clear direction for their own style. Everything from their name to their showtime attire is a nod to the past. "We almost broke up over the naming of the band," said drummer Ford Natirboff. They eventually settled on "The Hypnotics" because it paid homage to the naming patterns of some of their favorite bands — The Velvet Underground, The Beatles — and also referenced the pulsing drumbeat and psychedelic feel of the music they wanted to play. As for the clothes, the group takes special care to channel the time period of their music with ties, button-down shirts and suit jackets. "I've always agreed with the thought that someone trying to win over a crowd maybe shouldn't look exactly like the

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The Hypnotics, a Savannah-based rock 'n roll group, prefer to evoke their preferred musical era with the classy suits and ties they wear to their performances. crowd," Thompson said. "They should maybe earn the attention." All of these elements, Thompson said, are brought together in the hope that the group can create a sort of "time machine" when people come to one of their shows: an immersive experience the crowd won't forget. As a band, the three musicians are very laid back. They take gigs as they

come and are in the process of "maybe" producing an EP of original music, if they like the finished product of their current recording endeavors. Their shows are full of dancing and friendly heckling. They enjoy audience participation and, as their interview indicated, are particularly partial to poodle skirts. The Hypnotics' show at GATA's will begin at 10 p.m. on Friday evening.w

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With football season gearing back up, it's always good to have a go-to sports venue with great food to keep you going throughout the night. Wild Wing Café launched a new menu this month for all of its locations across the U.S., and the new additions give bar food a whole new twist. Of course, ordering a new dish can be kind of scary — after all, if you order it and don't like it, you're stuck with it for the rest of the night. Connect Statesboro has helpfully done your research for you. In our humble opinion, you can't go wrong with the new Srirachos. The heat of these nachos doesn’t come from jalapenos, like most chip dishes; it comes instead from a helping of sriracha sauce, blended into the chicken in a honey lime


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adopt a leadership position and express your point of view. PISCES (Feb. 20–March 20) — You may be feeling anxious or hurt. Rather than dwell on negative events, take this opportunity to do something enjoyable that will ease your mind and lift your spirits. ARIES (March 21–April 19) — Don't let others make decisions for you. Plan to spend some time outdoors or get involved in a cause that you feel passionate about. You will be inspired if you visit an old friend. TAURUS (April 20–May 20) — You may feel burdened by the needs of an older relative. Take a moment to address your own needs, but don't overspend in the process. GEMINI (May 21–June 20) — Stay on an even keel and don't let your emotions exhaust you. Stewing over an unhappy event will lead nowhere. Channel your energy toward love and affection instead. CANCER (June 21–July 22) — An industry or work-related function will provide you with the perfect chance to meet someone new and exciting. Uphold your reputation at work by performing well and putting in some overtime. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — You will have no problem making a lasting impression. Be prepared to step into the limelight. A physical challenge will be invigorating and rewarding.w

Now Playing September Movie Releases Sept. 5: The  Green Inferno

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

Student activists crash in the Amazon jungle and are taken captive by a tribe of cannibals.

Once happily married, Conor and Eleanor suddenly find themselves as strangers longing to understand each other in the wake of tragedy.

Sept. 10: My Old Lady An American inherits an apartment in Paris that comes with an unexpected resident: his late father's lover.

Sept. 12: No Good Deed A stranger charms his way into a woman's home and terrorizes her and her children.

Dolphin Tale 2 The aquarium workers must find a companion for their captive dolphin or move her to another aquarium.

Search Party Holli Saxon Deal BLUE LIGHT SPECIAL — A woman driving on Packinghouse Road recently ignored the flashing blue lights and patrol cars at a highway safety check point. She drove past without stopping, and at an “unreasonable speed.” She was arrested for DUI and violation of the “move over” law. WHAT HAPPENED? — A man found with visible injuries at Rusty’s Tavern recently told police he was involved in an attack and did not recall what happened. ANGRY THREATS — After being told her lease was up, a tenant threatened to damage the apartments.

The next day, police investigated a reported explosion at the apartments. Managers provided a video of some sort of device being detonated in front of Building F. Police did not indicate whether the incidents were related. B-BALL BATTLE — Two men at Campus Crossings apartments argued over who was better at basketball. One snatched the other’s glasses, then struck him in the head and neck before making further threats. BOMB THREATS — A man was arrested last week after making suspicious phone calls to a woman regarding bomb threats at Little Lotts Creek Apartments and Summit Apartments.w

A pair of friends embark on a mission to reunite their pal with the woman he was going to marry.

Sept. 19: The Maze Runner Thomas wakes up trapped in a massive maze with no memory of the outside world.

A Walk Among the Tombstones Private investigator Matthew Scudder is hired by a drug kingpin to find out who kidnapped and murdered his wife.

This is Where I Leave You Dad's last request forces four world-weary siblings together to re-examine their relationships.

Sept. 26: The Equalizer A man with a mysterious past comes out of retirement to save a girl from Russian gangsters.

The Boxtrolls Mischievous creatures who have lovingly raised an orphaned human boy named Eggs, devise a daring plan to save Eggs’ family from the town villian.

Laggies A twenty-something woman in her quarter-life crisis runs away after her boyfriend proposes to her. SOURCE: Fandango


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Announcements For Your Information

space is limited. First come/first serve basis. No charge for booth space, only donation from sale proceeds to the organization. Must supply your own tables, tents, and other sales display items 912-541-2809.

Items for Sale Heavy Equipment

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

Produce

Muscadine Grapes

You pick. 1.00/lb. Marshall’s Farm. U.S. Hwy 80 East, Statesboro. 1/2/mile East Lowe’s. Behind Wise Nursery. Enter 125 Sandy Way. Closed Sundays. 912601-2338.

Farm Equipment

Our White Peanuts Ready Still have peas Call for availability 682-6299

Top Prices Paid For Junk Cars

Call for more information. 478-299-0365.

SEE LEGAL NOTICES for other counties online www.

georgiapublicnotices.com

Big Yard Sale Event

Plus many more antique books. Call for showing. 912-682-1068.

40 FT. Containers

Strickland Farm

Saturday Sept 13th 7am-until? Titlemax parking lot Northside Dr. across from Walmart. Free booth space to vendors. All proceeds benefit the Walk in My Shoes Organization. Booth

300 Year old Book set

available now. Statesboro. Call for more information. 912-682-7350 Wanted to Buy

Yard Sale

RC Trucks, Cars, Helicopter, Airplanes. Flying field on site Serious Fun! 957 Buster Miller Rd. Statesboro, GA find us on Facebook helenshobbyshop.com 912-682-1891, 912-587-5742,

Okra

For sale. Cut daily. 301 North, Old River Rd. Call 912-6825070 912-587-5325 Leave message.

Don’t Breed or Buy While Homeless Pets Die Think Adoption First! Spay and Neuter!

www.mysouthernservices.com

Futch Pinestraw

$2.70 delivered. $1.00 extra to spread. 912-857-3333 912356-0062.

Adopt@countyshelter 912-764-4529, www.petfinder.com, www.statesborohumane.org

@912-681-9393 Low-cost spay/neuter, free transport: SNAC 843-645-2500 www.hhhumane.org

Now has local white screen peanuts, boiled or green. Also Butterbeans shelled by the bushel. Hwy 80 Brooklet GA 912-842-2544

All Around Professionals

Yard Sales

Helen’s Hobbies

Cypress natural, red, black & brown colored Mulch. Selling by cubic yard. Bulk, River rock, sand, potting soil and aggregates. Deliver. 912601-7073 22204 Hwy 80 E Statesboro,30461

one 6500 GMC dump truck. Two Bushhog 9044 peanut combine. Two Auger 8” & 6” electric. One Hopper bottom dump cart. 912-6821733 912-687-3155

SUNRISE PRODUCE

$45.00 complete lawn care special Landscaping, Pressure Washing, Free estimates

neutered, no health issues. Crate, bed, toys included. 678707-1645. $500

General Merchandise

COMPUTER REPAIR/VIRUS REMOVAL This months special!

Full maintenance software free w/service. Parts for less! House calls available Same day service Open 7/days week

912-618-8104

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Services

All Around Professionals

Miscellaneous Services

Alterations

NEED HELP

Church Pews

Jobs

$45.00 complete lawn care special Landscaping, Pressure Washing, Free estimates Need sewing or alterations? MOVING? Specializing Wedding, Prom No job is too big or too small and Pageant dresses, as well Best prices in the ‘Boro 912as everyday wear. Call me, 912- 541-2809* 489-0937. Red Padded Church Pews for sale, good condition. Call 912682-0138.

Employment Wanted

Carpenter Specialist

if you believe in magnetic If you need any work done in therapy for ailments. 2 twin Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, pads available to the first 2 framing, flooring or painting. callers for a donation to your Call Leroy White. 541-1260.* favorite charity. 912-852-5241

Misc Items

Personal Care

Will sit with your loved ones. Shark steam mop. Includes Home, Hospital, Nursing or extra pads. $50.00. Graco Personalcare Home. Nights Stroller $45. Toddler car seat 9pm-7am. References, 20/years $30. Comforters, Full $20, experience. First aid, CPR. leave queen $25 King $30 912-682- message. 912-425-7022 6125

Pets & Animals Pets Bulldog 10mos. Old English Purebred Needs good, loving home. Energetic, sweet, playful, rotective. Shots current,

If You Like Bargains Classifieds are Terrific, Be a regular reader and get in on the savings.*


Help Wanted

Homes For Sale

Sizemore Contract Services

Claxton Poultry Farms

in Claxton GA needs Security Guards. Experience a plus. All shifts available. To apply, send resume to: PO Box 890, Claxton GA 30417

needed for busy General Practice. Basic computer skills a must. Dental office and/or Dentrix experience preferred, not required. Must be able to efficiently perform all functions of a busy office including answering, phones, scheduling, confirmations, posting payments, working with insurance, and handling patient issues. 34-40 hourswk. Send resume PO Box 427 Statesboro, GA 30459

is now hiring for the following positions for local industries In Bulloch & Screven Counties Production Operators Material Handlers Forklift Operators Maintenance Mechanics/ Electicians 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

Day and Night Shift LPNs

needed. Weekend shifts. Part Time CNA for 6am2pm shift. Please Contact Allison Berry, DON Browns Health and Rehab Center, 912-764-9631.

Westwood Nursing Center CNA’s 7-3 and 3-11 shifts 101 Stockyard Rd., Statesboro, GA

PART TIME DRIVER NEEDED!

Local after school program is looking for individuals holding a Class B CDL with S/P certification. Pick up children from local schools and drop off at childcare center.  Monitors will be on the bus for supervision of children.  $15/hr.  M-F 1:303:30.  Call 764-9696.

Beautiful New Custom Home

122 Blueridge Drive. (Pepperidge Subdivision)4/ bedroom, 4/bath. 2,200/sqft. Garage, hardwood, tile, carpet, molding, garden-tub, stainless appliances, tile shower, brick/stone, wooded lot. 229-740-8060

Farmers Home Furniture

Is now accepting applications for both full -part-time employment in the following areas. Sales Credit/Collections Officer Positions Full time employees have an excellent benefit package including insurance, paid sick and holiday benefits, vacation and 401k packages. Apply in person at 2117 Northside Dr E., Statesboro, GA 30458 No phone calls please.

Country Walk Sub 3 Plus Acres

Excellent maintained 4/bed, 2/bath, 2/car attached garage, single family residence. Screen enclosure, deck/patio, fenced yard. Over 3/acres. $191,000. 912-852-3974.

MULTIMEDIA ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Outside sales position available at award-winning multimedia publishing company in southeast Georgia. Experience in inside or outside sales is preferred. Must thrive in a fast paced, deadline oriented environment. Should be aggressive, hardworking, have a positive attitude and be willing to go the extra mile to earn top pay. Develop new business while maintaining and growing existing customers. Must be able to cold call, develop proposals, and professionally execute sales presentations. This successful candidate will also be expected to grow revenue of existing accounts by integrating digital media solutions into the client’s advertising mix. Requirements: Strong creative conceptualization capabilities and interpersonal skills. Proven ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic environment Strong oral, writing and editing skills with high attention to detail Bachelor’s degree or equivalent One or more years of aggressive sales experience preferred Ability to work in a deadline sensitive environment Ability to work effectively as part of a team Valid Driver’s license. Send cover letter and resume to jobs @morrismultimedia.com

Home-Built 2004 1.41/Acres

Hiring Correctional Officers

Women’s Probation Detention Center and Smith Transitional Center Contact Personnel @ 912739-0909 Monday - Friday, 8:00am4:30pm

“Promoting Care From The Heart”

Program Manager II

Needed in Reidsville, GA. The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree and two (2) years’ experience in a human service field. The Program Manager II is responsible for the overall operation and management of the personal care group homes or semi-independent living programs. Responsibilities include providing excellent services to supported individuals, supervision of staff, operating within budget, and compliance with licensing standards and other regulating authority standards. For info and application instructions, go to www.voase.org. EOE/Drug Free Workplace/E-Verify.

For Sale By Owner

Wanted Professional Dance Instructor

for private lessons in Collins GA. Contact Linda @ spunky31165@aol.com

Large 6/bedroom 4/bath brick home. New appliances, new paint, 7/acres with stocked pond. 6/miles from Statesboro. Reduced $225,000.00 904-751-4417 912-764-5686

Sale Or Rent

New Construction. 4/bedroom, 2/bath. Large fenced yard. Stainless steel appliances. Convenient location. Near GSU, shopping centers, hospital. Sale/$130,000. Rent/$1000 month. 912764-2957 912-682-1230

Statesboro. 1607 StanfordPrivate w/pond, spaciousrooms, high-ceilings, approx. 2,900sqft. 4/bedrooms, 2½/ baths, large kitchen, sun room, double garage. Much more. $299,900.00. Appointments 912-5877368, 912-398-2134

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Mobile Homes For Sale

Automotive

Sandy Hill Apartments

560 East Main St. Statesboro, GA Now Accepting applications for 1 & 2 bedrooms. 912-489-8086 TDD 7-1-1

One Owner/ Occupant

2008 16x80 Fleetwood Weston. 3 ton AC. 3/bedroom, 2/bath. Excellent condition. Metal siding, metal roof. $25,000. OBO. Must be moved. 912-334-1884 For Rent

Statesboro/Millen

Nice clean 3/bedroom, 2/ bath home. Large den, lr, dining area, fireplace, garage, outside storage/patio. $650/ month, $650/deposit. Criminal background check required. 912-682-8187. Leave message.

Cars/Trucks/Vans

College Students

Beautiful Country Home 3/bedroom 2/bath. Renovated, new/ appliances,+w/d. Paint/carpet/tile. Ctrl heat/air. 5/ miles from town. Quiet, SEB school district $800/ month 1/month+deposit. No pets/smoking References/credit check. 706-294-1606

230 Lanier Drive Statesboro

Lease To Buy

Portal. Double wide on ½/ acre. Near lake. 3/bedroom, 2 bath. Will finance with down payment. 912-3985196 912-148-5196

NOW LEASING

Quiet Neighborhood, 1BR Apartment, close to town, perfect for serious student/professional, pets/security-deposit required, $340400/mo.(912) 531-1076

Quite, Clean 2/BR Condo, Statesboro

1/bath, LR, Dining, Kit. (stove, ref., dishwasher, disposal),W/D connections, private courtyard, all electric. $550/month. Near K-mart/Mall. Rental history, references, security deposit, 12/month lease required. 478-960-2003 appointment.

Two Spacious Duplex’s

Two bedroom, 2 bath duplex. Lawn Maintenance included + water Quiet area. $700 + deposit. Statesboro. 912-536-6717.

Brooklet

2 Bedroom, 2/Bath apartment, Available $625/ month. Brooklet school district. 912-682-8678 or 912842-7797

2 bedroom, 2 bath Condo. $495/month. Please call 912-245-1145 for inquiries Country Home Hopeulikit 6/bedroom, 2/bath $875/ month. Jenkins County 7/bedroom, 2 bath chicken & goat pen, 30x40 storage shed. $750/month 478-494-1121

Northside Apartments

61 Packinghouse Rd Statesboro Now accepting applications for 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. 912-764-3728 TDD 7-1-1

2007 Blue Toyota Tundra SR5

double cab, 4/wheel drive, 97,450/miles, V8, automatic antilock breaks, air, cd, cruise, towing pkg, New breaks/tires. Well maintained. $18,500/OBO 860823-8722/Greg

Quiet Living

1 bedroom unfurnished or Studio Furnished Conveniently located near Statesboro Mall . Visit or call Mill Run 912-489-8402

1988 Rolls Royce

will appreciate with time. Enjoy the car and sell for more than you paid. $29,000, low miles, mint condition. Serviced locally by Statesboro Imports. Can be seen at 510 North Main Statesboro. Tal Callaway at 912-682-5260.

Motorcycles/ATVS

Nice Double Wide Trailer

Statesboro. Private pond. Close to town. Jones Mill Road. 4/bedroom, 3/bath. no inside pets. References & Credit/check required. 912682-7350

Foxridge Apartments

66 Packinghouse Rd Statesboro, GA Now Accepting Applications For 1, 2, 3, bedrooms 912-764-6797 or TDD 1-800-225-0056

Wisechoice REALTY Property Management

2 bedroom houses starting at $525 & 3 bedroom Houses starting at $795 1 bedroom apart $350 . 912- 681-9473 www.wisechoicerentals.georgiamls.com

1996 Honda Shadow

American Classic 1100CC. Vance and Hynes pipes, after market paint, new battery, corbin seat with removable back rest, black leather back pack included, 27,000 original miles. Helment included. $3000. 912-347-3467, 609-405-3982.

602 North Zetterower Rd

3 bedroom , 2 bath, living with fireplace, DR, Eat in kitchen. Double garage. Hassell Realty Co. Savannah. 912-234-1291 or 912-6584281

Southern Cove

2 bedroom, 1 bath, on GSU campus. All appliance including washer & dryer This Apartment Contact 912-682-7810 for you! SouthernisCove.

Statesboro

Large one bedroom, full size apt. All inclusive. 223 Lanier Dr. Call now 912-681-3291

REMEMBER: To check with The Bulloch County Animal Shelter, 301 North. If you have lost a pet. 764–4529.*


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