Berry College’s softball team closed out their regular season with a sweep of Great South Athletic Conference regular season champion Huntingdon yesterday. The Lady Vikings won game one 5-0 and the night cap 4-3. That allowed the Lady Vikes to end the season with a program-best 25 win – 11 loss overall record and a three-game winning streak.
If you’ve never seen Rome’s ECO Center at Ridge Ferry Park, tomorrow would be a good day to go as an ECO Jubilee will be held at the center from 10 am until 5 pm. The event is being organized by environmental science students from Berry College. Eric Lindberg, director of the Rome ECO Center, says he’s really proud of all the hard work that the Berry students have done.
Folks will be moving down in Cedartown tomorrow for the National Parkinson Foundation’s Moving Day. Activities will commence at 9 am at the Welcome Center and Peeks Park.
The Atlanta Braves beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-2 last night in Phoenix, Arizona to kick off a seven game road trip out west.
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Cancer Navigators will wrap up their Cast Off Against Cancer fund raising campaign with a special event this Sunday at the Harbin Clinic’s Tony E. Warren MD Cancer Center. According to a Cancer Navigators media release, the event is set for 2 pm until 6 pm and is the culmination of two months of fundraising as well as a commemoration of the year anniversary of the opening of the Cancer Center. It will feature a welcome from Rome Mayor Evie McNiece, a daisy drop in honor of those who have battled cancer, and a street party style celebration featuring the music of Broad and Third.
The Rome Braves lost to the Asheville Tourists 10-6 last night in the opening game of a four game series in Asheville, North Carolina.