Location, Leadership and Lifestyle. These are just a few reasons to consider Meriwether County for your next business location. Located between the metropolitan areas of Atlanta, Macon and Columbus, our community is bursting with opportunity. In Meriwether County you will find...Read More
Meriwether County, Georgia offers the things that stories are made of. From the covered bridge built by freed slave and self-taught engineer Horace King, to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Little White House, our county offers diversity for visiting and living. Why not plan your next trip to Meriwether County and shop Warm Springs, hike Pine Mountain or fish the Flint. Then you can eat at the Bulloch House, camp, bicycle, RV the Chattahoochee-Flint Heritage Highway, tour the Presidential Pathways or rest in a Bed & Breakfast. Come and experience Georgia in Meriwether County.Read More
An excellent online map is available for your use. Located in West Central Georgia, Meriwether County lies on the Piedmont Plateau, within the “Golden Triangle” formed by Atlanta, Columbus, and Macon. With easy access to I-85, our unique location puts Atlanta’s Hartsfield...Read More
Home to approximately more than 3,900 citizens, Manchester is known as the Magic City. Manchester was created in 1909 at the time the A.B.A. (Atlanta, Birmingham, Atlantic) Railroad partnered with the Callaway Mills from LaGrange to have their facilities located in Manchester....Read More
Warm Springs’ origin dates back to the pioneer days of the 1830s. A neighboring town, Bullochville, was considered to be an extension of Warm Springs and eventually the two towns were combined to create the quaint community that has become present day Warm Springs. With a...Read More
Meriwether County’s history dates back before recorded times when the Indians used its paths for trading routes, the springs as a source of healing and it wilderness as a source of beauty to behold. Many books have been written about our history, culture and opportunities...Read More
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Meriwether County, Georgia offers the things that stories are made of. From the covered bridge built by freed slave and self-taught engineer Horace King, to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Little White House, our county offers diversity for visiting and living. Plan your next trip to and shop Warm Springs, hike Pine Mountain, or fish the Flint. Eat at the Bulloch House, camp, bicycle, RV the Chattahoochee-Flint Heritage Highway, tour the Presidential Pathways or rest in a Bed & Breakfast. Come and experience Georgia in Meriwether County.
Friday, November 21, 2014
1 Mile – 9:30 p.m.
5K – 10:00p.m.
Downtown Warm Springs
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The course is a fun, rolling, race through the Holiday-season lighted downtown of Warm Springs. The mile fun run/walk begins at 9:30 p.m. with the 5K race starting at 10:00p.m. – Both races begin and end at the Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce building at 91 Broad Street, Warm Springs, GA
326 W. Main Street
Manchester, GA 31816
12456 Whiehouse road
Woodbury, Ga 30293
Rhonda Baker – 706-553-5241
10737 Hwy 100
Hogansville, GA 30230
White House Parkway
Warm, Springs, GA
Schilke Power, LLC
Warm Springs, GA
Meriwether White Springs, LLC
Pine Mountain, GA
Warm Springs United Methodist Church
Warm Springs, GA, 770-599-6361
Professional Transportation, Inc.
Shady Days in Gay Arts & Crafts Festival, Inc.
Malone Office Environments
American Legion Post 186
Woodbury, GA, 706-601-3077
Pine Mountain, GA
U Save It Pharmacy
Greenville, GA, 706-672-4221
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