Coffee County was recently awarded three grants from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, totaling $1,748,425. Pictured above accepting the grants are: Chamber President and EDa Executive Director Andrea Taylor, Mark Dill and Ted Gibbs of Statewide Engineering, County Administrator Wesley Vickers, Christopher Nunn of the DCA, Kim Cobb of the Southern Georgia Regional Commission, Gary Evans of Premium Peanut, and Roy Guy, Grant Administrator of the Southern Georgia Regional Commission.

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To make a donation or purchase a Passionately Pink T-Shirt stop by The Pink House
Located at 311 Columbia Avenue. Call for Information or Pick Up 384-PINK ,
ou Hennesy 381-2225, Gwen Smith 501-9697

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, when we celebrate Passionately Pink Day and raise money for research, awareness and assistance.

Andrea Taylor, Hazlehurst-Jeff Davis County Chamber President EDA Executive Director.

Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce President and Economic Development Authority Executive Director Andrea Taylor is headed to Hazlehurst and Jeff Davis County, where she will serve as Jeff

Southern Chiropractic Of Douglas ribbon cutting

The Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at Southern Chiropractic of Douglas, located at 506 West Ashley Street, on Tuesday, October 17. Dr.

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Sports

The Coffee High School Trojans suffered a heartbreaking loss to Warner Robins this past Friday night on the road by a final score of 52-49.

Coffee wide receiver Dalrone Donaldson had a big night this past Friday versus Tift County in the Trojans’ gut-wrenching 33-31 loss, as he hauled in seven catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns in a game plagued by “questionable” officiating. Coffee will now go back on the road this Friday night for a matchup against another unbeaten, Class AAAAA’s #5 Warner Robins. –Photo by Walter Jardine, Enterprise Sports Editor

Luke Roberts
Enterprise Staff Writer

Obituaries

Mr. Coty Michael Brown, age 25, of Broxton, Ga., passed away suddenly on Saturday, October 7, 2017. Coty was born on June 24, 1992, in Tifton, Ga., to Mr. Frank Horace Brown and Mrs.

Mrs. Mary Ellen “Sister Suge” Hulett, 89, of Milan, Ga., passed away on Monday, October 9, 2017.

Mr. Jesse Joe Kitchens, age 64, of Valdosta, Ga., passed away on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, in Valdosta, Ga. 

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