High School Students Learn Responsibilities of Exotic Pets
(Milledgeville, GA) October 2, 2003 – GMC high school students recently learned about the responsibilities of owning exotic pets during a special presentation from Don and Julie Walker, owners of Petland, and Elizabeth Zartman, Petland Community Coordinator. Mr. Walker spoke to the students about the animals’ dietary needs, special health problems, safety issues, and the costs involved with purchasing and maintaining a healthy exotic pet, such as a snake or cockatiel. The presentation followed a class project in which each student used a wireless laptop computer to access the internet and research exotic pets and their care. Mr. Walker (left) is pictured with biology students Tony Hicks (center) and Tony Jackson (right).
GMC Main Campus 801 Fire Rescue Scholarship
GMC Main Campus and Baldwin County Fire Rescue Announce the GMC 801 Fire Rescue Scholarship in Memory of Dwayne Morgan, GMC Prep ‘79 A beloved “Santa,” a man of faith and service, and friend to all, Dwayne Morgan will live on in the hearts of all who knew him; and now, future students will learn […]
GMC and NewDay USA break ground on Center for Leadership
Georgia Military College and NewDay USA announce partnership and break ground on NewDay USA Center for Leadership at Georgia Military College On Wednesday, November 3, 2021, Georgia Military College and NewDay USA broke ground on a new facility, the NewDay USA Center for Leadership at Georgia Military College. The GMC Board of Trustees approved the […]