Rabun County School Nutrition will provide meals at NO COST for all children ages 2-18 while schools are closed.
Children do not have to be Rabun County students.
No COVID-19 cases reported in Rabun County so far, but hospitals say they’re prepared to serve public
CLAYTON—Four people have been tested for the COVID-19 virus in Rabun County, but there are no confirmed cases of the virus locally, Mountain Lakes Medical Center officials said Monday.
Rabun County Schools Superintendent Dr. April Childers issued the following statement Tuesday:
TruVista released this statement Tuesday afternoon about providing free internet service to students:
The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia Teaching Kitchen will be providing meals to all first responders and healthcare personnel beginning Wednesday, March 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
ATLANTA - The General Assembly ratified Gov. Brian Kemp’s public health emergency declaration Monday in a one-day special session that took several hours longer than expected.