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14th annual Fall Buddy Ball October 1.

The 14th annual Fall Buddy Ball games will be held October 1 at the Cochran Bleckley Rec. Department.  Buddy Ball is special needs baseball for special needs children who normally wouldn't get to participate in team sports. Games are for children ages 3-18 in Bleckley, Dodge, and Pulaski Counties.  Be there by 9:45 am to register, games start at 10.  Lunch provided.

Contact Danette Rogers, (478)934-2280, or Kathy Simmons, (478)374-6489, for more information.

Story Time at the Library September 21.

Story Time at the Tessie W. Norris/Cochran-Bleckley Library will be September 21 at 10 am.  Presented by the Bleckley County Retired Educators, readers will be Dale and Kathy Jones.

Cochran church holding Revival services September 18-21.

Bethany Baptist Church will hold Revival services September 18-21.  Times are 11 am and 6 pm that Sunday and 7 pm Monday-Wednesday.  Guest speaker will be former pastor Bobby Harrell.  A family night meal will be held in the Fellowship Hall before the final service at 6 pm.  Bring a vegetable, side dish, or desert.

The church is located at 608 GA Highway 26.

Second annual Cochran Bleckley Arts Alliance Sidewalk Art contest August 6.

The Cochran Bleckley Arts Alliance will hold their second annual sidewalk art contest August 6 at 9 am in the building's parking lot (142 E Dykes St) next to the Tessie W. Norris Library.  It's open to children of all ages. Registration is free, materials provided.  Prizes awarded and coffee will be available for parents.

Cochran church holding fifth Sunday night sing.

Limestone Baptist Church located at 874 Hwy 257 will hold a fifth Sunday night sing featuring Darrell and Dawn Ritchie from Lawrenceville July 31 at 6 pm.  A love offering will be taken and refreshments will follow in the Fellowship Hall.

Cochran Police holding National Night Out street party August 2.

The Cochran Police Department will be a part of this year's National Night Out August 2.  National Night Out is designed to promote police-community relations.  A street party is planned for 6-9 pm that evening on the lawn, 102 N. Second St.  According to a promotional release, the event will feature activities including slides, bounce house, rock wall, corn hole, and a dunking booth.  There will also be food such as pizza, cotton candy, and popcorn.  The Cochran Fire Department will be in attendance handing out smoke detectors.

Cochran Dairy Queen participating in Miracle Treat Day July 28.

Cochran Dairy Queen Grill & Chill will be part of Miracle Treat Day held at DQ restaurants nationwide July 28.  On that day, one dollar from all Blizzard sales in Cochran will go to the Children's Hospital Navicent Health in Macon.   The restaurant is located at 270 N. Second St.