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Cochran churches holding Fall Festivals.

A pair of Cochran churches will be holding Fall Festivals November 1-2.  Limestone Baptist Church's Fall Festival will be November 1 from 5-7 pm at the sotball field.  Activies include a bounce house and cake wallk, food and candy available.  Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will hold their Fall Festival at the church November 2 starting at 4:30 pm.   Activities include Trunk or Treat, giant slide, and hay ride.  Dinner served.

Cochran church to hold Hallelujah Party Festival.

Cornerstone Church of Cochran will hold a Hallelujah Party Festival October 31 at 6:30 pm in their new building located at 129 Beech Street (the former IGA/Flea on the Beach.)  There will be food, games and a Biblical Costume Contest (trophies awarded.)  Ages are children (1-12) and teens/adults (13 and up.)

BCHS to host Region 4-AA One Act Play competition.

Bleckley County High School will host Region 4-AA One Act Play competition Thursday in the high school auditorium.  BCHS will perform their selection, Bye Bye Birdie, at 1:20 pm.  It's open to the public and admission is free.  Per GHSA rules, photography and videography during all performances Thursday is prohibitied.

Cochran church to host bluegrass band

Bethany Baptist Church will welcome Jess Darsey and the Cabin Point Bluegrass Band October 26 at 6 pm. Bethany is located at 608 Highway 26 East in Cochran.

Cochran book sale organizers say Saturday's was most successful.

Cochran book sale organizers say Saturday's was most successful.

Cochran-Bleckley Friends of the Library held their annual Old Book Sale Saturday at the old BCHS library. Volunteers said that Saturday's was their most successful.  They attributed it partially to people in town for the middle school state cross country meet coming to shop.

Money raised Saturday will go toward the Tessie W. Norris/Cochran-Bleckley Library.   To learn more about Friends of the Library, visit them on Facebook.

Dancing in the street on a Saturday night.

Dancing in the street on a Saturday night.

The Cochran-Bleckley CountryFest was capped with the annual street dance Saturday night.  Music was provided by the Bleckley-based Double Barrell Band.  Hundreds came out to listen and dance to songs such as Gimmie Three Steps by Lynard Skynard as well as Darius Rucker's Wagon Wheel.

Curtain rises on BCHS One Act Play performances.

Curtain rises on BCHS One Act Play performances.

Bleckley County High School held the first of four community performances of their One Act Play selection Bye Bye Birdie.  It's a musical comedy about Conrad Birdie who visits Sweet Apple Ohio to deliever "one last kiss" to a fan before going into the Army.  

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