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Thomasville Student Helps ‘Carry The Load’ from New York to Dallas

The hail storm came suddenly. But Kristoff Cohran from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College would not be deterred. It was his time to “Carry The Load.” Cohran, a senior business major from Thomasville, was one of seven ABAC students selected to participate in the nationwide “Carry The Load” relay which is…

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ABAC Students ‘Carry The Load’ from New York to Dallas

Rain came down in sheets. Wind gusts tried to lift him up and hurl him into the Hudson River. But Rodney Troupe from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College would not be deterred. The lights of Manhattan beckoned as he walked in darkness across the George Washington Bridge to “Carry The Load”... Read More »

Fitzgerald, Osierfield Citizens Help ‘Carry The Load’ from New York to Dallas

For Jo Leigh Warren, it was the heart-breaking story on the other side of her camera. For Lyndsey Walters, it was buying a boatload of bananas. For John Driscoll, it was the headstones at Arlington National Cemetery. But no matter the circumstances, these three representatives from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College... Read More »

Independence Day Celebration July 3 at Georgia Museum of Agriculture

A spectacular fireworks display, free watermelon, and sensational sounds from the top 4-H vocalists in Georgia will highlight the annual Independence Day Celebration on July 3 at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Gates will open for fireworks and evening activities at 6... Read More »

Georgia Museum of Agriculture Offers July Workshops for Kids

Children from six to 11 years old can explore a variety of workshops during the summer season at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Camp Wiregrass will sponsor three-hour workshops during July for various age groups. Each workshop offers age appropriate activities and... Read More »

Former Waycross Resident Continues Her Stay at ABAC

Kristen Ray from Waycross has been selected for the position of Enrollment Counselor with the Office of Admissions at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, transitioning from ABAC student to ABAC employee. Her love for the college began with a 2010 visit to the campus after graduating from Bacon County High School.... Read More »

Watermelon Crawl July 12 at ABAC

The first-ever Watermelon Crawl 5k, Fun Run, and Festival will take place on July 12 on the campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. This event is a fundraiser to establish the Jerry Moore Memorial ABAC scholarship, which will be awarded each year to a student majoring in Diversified Agriculture. Moore... Read More »

Conger to Represent ABAC in 2014 Bassmaster Competition

Charles Conger, a mechanical engineering major from Chula, will represent Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College from July 31-Aug. 2 at the 2014 Bassmaster College National Championship. The competition will be held at Lake Chatuge near Hiawassee. “I am excited about the National Championship as it will be on Lake Chatuge and... Read More »

Travel from California to France This Travel Season with ABAC

From Seattle to the Seine, the Office of College Advancement at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College offers a plethora of travel destinations this fall in cooperation with Excursions Unlimited and Collette Vacations. Open to anyone with the desire to travel, the trips feature an educational experience loaded with fun and adventure. ... Read More »

Institutional SAT June 18 at ABAC

Students who plan to enroll in baccalaureate or pre-baccalaureate degree programs at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College can take the Institutional Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) on June 18 at 9 a.m. on the ABAC campus instead of waiting for the national testing dates. The admissions policy at ABAC requires that all... Read More »