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Freedom Gallery Opens at ABAC on October 13

September 20, 2016 For Dr. David Bridges, there’s no question that those who sacrifice their lives for the United States of America should be honored in a special way.  That’s why the president of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and his wife, Kim, are so excited about the public opening of…

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Family Weekend October 7-9 at ABAC

September 20, 2016 Students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will welcome family and friends to the campus on Oct. 7-9 during the college’s sixth annual Family Weekend. To attend ABAC Family Weekend there is a fee of $25 for ABAC students, family members, and friends.  The fee covers food and... Read More »

Pumpkin Patch Opens October 1 at Museum of Agriculture

September 19, 2016 Visitors can pick out the perfect pumpkin or travel through the tractor-shaped corn maze beginning Oct. 1 when the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College opens its annual pumpkin patch and corn maze locations. Museum Director Garrett Boone said the corn... Read More »

Tifton Mayor to Speak at Constitution Day Ceremony at ABAC

September 13, 2016 The Honorable Julie Smith, Mayor of Tifton, will speak in the Chapel of All Faiths for the annual Constitution Day Ceremony on Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. on the campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The event will also include the announcement of the winner of the... Read More »

ABAC Students Help Louisiana Flood Victims

September 13, 2016 Over the Labor Day weekend, 20 students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College traveled to Louisiana to help the recent flood victims.  The effort, headed up by Dr. Johnny Evans, Dean of the School of Science and Mathematics, involved the students helping eight families. “This all came about... Read More »