The Stewart County Community Group---and you if you will participate!---is making Stewart County a better place to live, learn, work, worship, and play.
Picture to the right: The Stewart County Community Group decorated the courthouse for Christmas. Thanks to Debbie Stone, Lisa Fort, Edwina Turner, Charlie Hamlin, Judy Butts, Ruthie Hamlin, Sherry Ammons, Sandra Dunaway, Mina Chesnut, and Sandee Johnson for giving their time and talent to make Stewart County a better place to be this Christmas! Not pictured are Kenna Westberry Pate and Georgia Moye.
Tourism Website & Brochure
The Stewart County Tourism Website and Brochure Committee has produced a countywide tourism brochure. The committee has received a grant to print 10,000 copies. Thanks to Victoria Wells Barrett, Lisa Mason Fort, and Chip Jones for the many long hours and professional designs.
Friends Of Providence Canyon
A "Friends of Providence Canyon" group was formed in April 2019. You are invited! See Friends of Providence Canyon Facebook Page.
Talk With Me Baby
The Community's Education Committee produced a successful "Talk With Me Baby" training for parents of very young children on March 4, 2019. Thanks to Sherry Wilson Ammons and her committee.
On March 20, 2019, there was an Arbor Day event to celebrate the values of resource conservation. The Georgia Forestry Commission has donated enough seedling oak trees to give one to every student who lives in the county. GFC will teach the kids how to plant the tree and will encourage them to plant the trees at home or in a permitted public space. Thanks to Ruthie Hamlin for putting that event together.
Trash Pick-Up Day Event
April 13, 2019 was the official "Trash Pick-Up Day" for Stewart County, but continue to keep your neighborhood litter free. Start now, pick it up!
John Knutelski scored fifteen safety vests for the citizens to use on our inaugural "Keep Stewart County Clean Day" April 13, 2019. Thanks to Agri Supply of Tifton for that donation, Thanks also to Ruthie Hamlin and Sybil Ammons for organizing that event.
Health Fair Event
CoreCivic donated the money to place three bouncy houses at the Stewart County Health Fair April 6, 2019. Thanks to Edwina Turner and Teresa Thomas for their in-depth organization of this event.