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Here's the 'Good News' happening across Central Georgia (June 20-30)

A look back on the week that was!

MACON, Ga. — 1. Warner Robins native Kelsey Hollis talks about winning Miss Georgia

One of Central Georgia's own is now on her way to compete at Miss America. Kelsey Hollis, a Warner Robins native, took home the Miss Georgia crown Saturday night. 

2. Central Georgians get stress relief through goats and yoga

Goat yoga is a different way to relieve stress that many central Georgians are taking part along with people around the U.S. It combines the healing nature of animals and with the exercise and relaxation of yoga. Homegrown Yoga in Warner Robins started about six years ago. 

3. 'Women are not offered this anywhere else': Woman starts Macon construction camp for girls

Only about 1 in 9 people working for construction companies are women, and most of them work in office roles. That's according to the construction site Level Set, but one Macon woman wants to change that with "Camp MAGIC."

4. Houston County seniors, community come together for creative pandemic project

What started as two coworkers needing a small project to help recover from COVID-19 side effects grew into much more than that. Now, seniors at Summer's Landing Assisted Living Facility and folks across Houston County are involved.

5. From mini-golf to Friday the 13th, this Georgia state park has a lot to offer

All across Georgia, you will find around 50 state parks for people to visit and explore. It is a great way to have a summer vacation and is budget-friendly. This includes Hard Labor Creek State Park in Morgan County. The campsites include walking trails, a lakeside beach, 17 miles of riding trails, and even a mini-golf course.

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