The Little Roy and Lizzy Music Festival, 2959 McCormick Hwy, in Lincolnton, on Saturday at Noon and 4:45 p.m. Other performers are The Roys, Ronnie Reno and the Reno Tradition, the Spinney Brothers, Little Roy and Lizzy and Shenandoah. Saturday Tickets are $40. For more information, call (706) 864-7203 or visit adamsbluegrass.com. Festival begins Thursday with additional acts.
Registration is now open for the 2016 Evans Pop Warner fall football and cheer season. Participants who register before June 1 will receive a $20 discount. For more information, visit to evanspopwarner.com
Greenbrier lacrosse tandem Caleb Culverhouse and Noah Reid have their respective college futures mapped out.
The Wolfpack players will remain teammates after each player signed Friday afternoon with Lees-McRae College.
When I learned about the drowning death of Greenbrier High School sophomore Robert D. Ballard Jr., I wanted to hug my children even harder. This is tough news to hear, especially of such a talented, well-loved athlete like Robert.
Over the next few weeks, Blume will play host to a couple of fundraising events in the area. First, on Saturday, April 30, his team will host a Corn Hole Tournament from noon to 6 p.m. at Southbound Smokehouse (1855 Central Ave., Augusta). Teams can participate with a $50 donation and have a chance to win some terrific prizes for the top three teams. Individuals not competing can still win some great door prizes with a $10 donation.
The inaugural Harlem High School Bulldog Golf Classic will be held Saturday, June 11, at Bartram Trail Golf Course. All proceeds go to the Harlem High School Football Team. Cost is $300 per team or $75 per person, with a four-man best ball format.
The tournament will start at 1 p.m. and prizes will go to the top teams. Registration deadline is June 7. If interested please contact Todd Booker (706) 910-9644 or (706) 556-5980.
Evans High School's Jo'el N. Grant recently received a scholarship from the Colored Rocks Foundation at a ceremony at the Midtown Atlanta W Hotel.
In its fifth year, the foundation awards Colored Rocks prizes to outstanding ethnic male students.