Markers for sale
North Columbia Fire and Rescue is selling driveway markers for residents to make sure first responders can find a home when an emergency occurs. For information, call 541-0103.
Mother's day out
The Church of the Most Holy Trinity, in downtown Augusta, is accepting registration for the fall 2005 Mother's Day Out Program. Positions are available for children who are old enough to walk or younger than 5. Classes meet Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. For information, call Cheryl Weinand at 228-4887.
The Columbia County 4-H group is selling Vidalia onions. Proceeds from the sale will go toward 4-H summer camp, scholarships and programs. For information, call 868-3413.
Applications for Youth Leadership Columbia County are now available for programs for 10th- and 11th- grade students who reside in Columbia County. For information, call Terra Carroll at the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce at 651-0018.
Happy Tails dog and puppy obedience classes are being scheduled for March and April. For details, call Superpetz at 855-9787.
Service academy applications
U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., is accepting applications for nominations to the nation's service academies through Sept. 30. Applications can be obtained by visiting www.chambliss. senate.gov.
Applications are being accepted for vendor spaces for the Grovetown Heritage Festival on April 30. For information, call 863-1867.
Family Fun Night
Greenbrier Elementary School will hold its annual Family Fun Night and Silent Auction at 5:30 p.m. Friday. There will be pizza, bingo, prizes and auction items. For information, call 650-6060.
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