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Sardis-Heard Funerals & Cremation Center Awarded President’s Choice Award by Historic Macon Foundation

Sardis-Heard Funerals & Cremation Center Awarded President’s Choice Award by Historic Macon Foundation

Sardis-Heard Funerals & Cremation Center located at 6125 Houston Road – Macon, Georgia has been awarded the Thad E. Murphey President’s Choice Award. This award was presented by the Historic Macon Foundation at their annual meeting, held on May 27, 2021. Preservation Awards were awarded to various restoration and preservations projects in Macon for the year of 2020.

Sardis-Heard Funerals & Cremation Centers was nominated and chosen for the Thad E. Murphey President’s Choice award as the “Most Important” effort at preservation.

Ground Breaking at Lake Tobesofkee Phase II project

Ground Breaking at Lake Tobesofkee Phase II project

Phase II of the Lake Tobesofkee Project includes renovation of Restrooms and Pavilions, Adding Picnic Areas, and Pickle-Ball Courts. Renovations are being done at all 3 parks, but not all parks will have the same amenities. The Lake Tobesofkee project includes: Arrowhead, Claystone, and Sandy Beach.

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New Construction at Lake Tobesofkee

New Construction at Lake Tobesofkee

MaconBibbTV – Upgrades under way at Lake Tobesofkee


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Lake Tobesofkee parks to see new restrooms, guardhouses

MACON, Ga. — Thanks to $1.3 million in SPLOST funds, parks at Lake Tobesofkee are set to see some changes.

A news release from Macon-Bibb County Public Affairs says Claystone, Arrowhead, and Sandy Beach parks will all get new guardhouses.

Crews will be building a new ranger station at Claystone Park to replace the trailers being used as housing offices.

Sandy Beach and Claystone Park will each have new restroom facilities.

The release says this is the start of the first phase of “major improvements” for Lake Tobesofkee’s parks and the project is expected to take about six months.

“Lake Tobesofkee is a jewel for our county and region, attracting people from around the state and southeast to camp, swim, walk, bike, and more, and I’m so glad to see this work getting underway,” commissioner Joe Allen said. “With this work, we’re taking care of both visitors and employees, and I know with this and future improvements that even more people will want to enjoy what’s offered out here and revenue will increase.”

The county will have a ceremonial groundbreaking with an excavator on May 20 at 10:30 a.m. to celebrate the start of construction.