word wildlife day

On March 3rd, World Wildlife Day is celebrated around the world as a way to raise awareness of earth’s wildlife and plants. The theme for 2021’s celebration is “Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet”, which will highlight the role of forests, forest species and ecosystems that play a role in sustaining the livelihoods of…

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local waterfalls

Why did they ever say “Don’t go chasing waterfalls”? They’re beautiful! Visiting a waterfall is a refreshing break from reality and makes for a great photo op. If you’re looking to take a day trip to see waterfalls close to the CSRA, here are a few to check out. Aqueduct Park, Augusta, Georgia The Rae’s…

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international womens day

Monday, March 8th is International Women’s Day 2021. According to the official International Women’s Day website, this year’s theme is “Choose to Challenge”. It is inspired by the movement of pointing out inequality, calling out biases and questioning stereotypes to help create a more inclusive world. International Women’s Day is a chance to celebrate the…

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pi day blog

3.14. March 14th. A celebration of one of the most mysterious mathematical symbols. Pi, which has been rounded to 3.14 by estimation, is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The distance around the edge of any circle is just over three times the distance across. Pi has puzzled people around the world…

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disc golf courses locally

With the amazing spring weather on the horizon, you may be looking for fun activities to enjoy outside. Disc golf is an interesting alternative to the regular game of golf and is a great way to incorporate exercise into your outdoor leisure. If you’ve considered playing disc golf for fun or joining a team, here…

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hello spring from bill beazley homes

The bitter cold is on its way out and the bright, warm sunshine is quickly approaching. Spring is here, is your home ready? Check this list to make sure you have your home prepared for the spring weather. Clean Gutters Climb on a ladder and check your gutters for debris. It is a common thing…

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local geocaching in augusta ga

A trend that started in the early 2000s, geocaching is still going strong thanks to a social media renaissance of sorts. Geocaching is a recreational activity that is practiced outdoors with the use of a GPS or mobile device to hide and seek containers called geocaches. Typically, a cache is a waterproof container with a…

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returning to the office blog feature

Though it seems impossible, we have somehow lived in a different world for a year now. In March 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic began to sweep the United States and what we thought would be a couple quick weeks of quarantine quickly turned into days, then months, and now a year.  One of the biggest areas…

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  Things to Buy After Moving into a New Home   When you’re getting ready to move into a new home, additional things that are needed may come as a surprise. For most first time home buyers, you may find yourself in and out of the store quite often while you’re moving. Certain things can…

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  Neighborhood Spotlight: Gregg’s Mill Gregg’s Mill is one of Aiken County’s best neighborhoods, tucked away off of the Aiken-Augusta Highway. Being so close to I-20, it’s easy to live in South Carolina while still working or commuting to the Augusta area. If you have considered a move to Aiken County, here are a few…

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