Our Children's Needs Are Serious | Our Mission Is Clear

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One of the most fragile things on this earth is the heart of a child. Everyday so many of these hearts are shattered by abuse, neglect and abandonment. Hearts are broken through substance abuse in the home or shattered as a result of domestic violence. Many of these children have suffered trauma that we cannot even imagine.

It is difficult for each of us to fathom who would break the heart of an innocent child although over and oven again it happens right here within our own community.  With each passing day the numbers of abuse and neglect continue to rise.

According to a recent article in the Eatonton Messenger Georgia ranks close to the bottom (42) in the nation for child well-being.  I often hear, “ Isn’t Foster Care being paid for through our taxpayers dollars? Yes, this is true, although the Department of Family and Children’s Services (Foster Care) simply have too many kids and too few homes. 

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Our Service area has lost almost 50% of foster homes in the last few years. These children entrusted to us as a community need our help to provide a home and bring hope to these fragile hearts so that healing can begin.

You may help by making a donation on our website  or mail to Circle Ranch at 1330 Tal Lewis Road, White Pains, Georgia.  For more information visit us at circleranchinc.org or email us at circleranch@windstream.net. Circle Ranch is a 501c3 and all donations are tax deductible.

Jody Sandwick
Executive Director

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JODY SANDWICK
CIRCLE RANCH, INC.
Please visit us at circleranchinc.org or Facebook

Gifts That Make A Difference

Looking for the perfect gift for the hard to buy person?  We have your solution.

All proceeds will go to help build Circle Ranch for abused, abandoned and neglected children in our area who need our help.

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TRAVEL PILLOWS for every age group. (All pillows are new with an original pillow case of your choice.) Both pillow and cases are washable.

Car Seat Pillow 8" x 14"- $10.00
Large pillows 14" x 20" -  $15.00
Pillow Cases, small and large -$5.00 each

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Double Fleece Throws - $25.00

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Girls Flirty Ranch skirts - $10.00
 

Shop with Circle Ranch at:

will be Weinberger's Fall Festival at  1010 Commerce Drive, Greensboro on November 11 from 11am to 4pm,

Reynold's Fall Festival (open to public) at Reynolds Lake Club, Reynolds Plantation on November 15 from 10am to 2pm,

Christ Our King Catholic Church Social Hall at 6341 Lake Oconee Pkwy., Greensboro on December 9 from 9am to 2pm.
 

Mark the dates on your calendar. These pillows will go fast.

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Circle Ranch Presents: Heal A Kid's Heart with the Swingin' Medallions

SAVE THE DATE

Friday, February 9, 2018 | Eatonton Cotton Warehouse

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A Valentines Dance with The Swingin' Medallions

Dinner will be provided by Bone Island Grill.  Plan on dancing the night away with the Swingin' Medallions.  Doors open at 6:30, cash bar available.  Meet & Greet The Swingin' Medallions for select ticket holders.  

VIP Tables: Table of 10$500 

  • Meet & Greet The Swingin' Medallions
  • Dinner from Bone Island Grill for all 10 guests included
  • 10 Tickets to show
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VIP Tables: Table of 4 $200

  • Meet & Greet The Swingin' Medallions
  • Dinner from Bone Island Grill for all 4 guests included
  • 4 Tickets to show

Individual Tickets Available

  • $50 Includes Bone Island Grill Dinner 
  • $35 Concert Ticket Only (Online & In Advance)
  • $40 Concert Ticket Only (Door Price)

 

 

FIRST RUBBER DUCKY ROUND-UP ANNOUNCED A SUCCESS!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: FIRST RUBBER DUCKY ROUND-UP ANNOUNCED A SUCCESS!  JUNE 11 TH at HARRIS SHOALS PARK 2077 RACED TO THE FINISH LINE!

Circle Ranch hosted the very first Rubber Ducky Round-up on June 11 from noon to 3 p.m. at Harris Shoals Park in Watkinsville. 2077 Rubber Duckies were adopted, numbered and released, they came over the falls and raced down the shoals to the finish line. The first place ticket holder Pep Stone won the grand prize of a Media Package valued at $1,500. The second prize winners, Jim and Diana Payner won the tailgate package of valued at $1,000 and a third prize winner, Del Philips won the ipad Air valued at $500. There was plenty of food, family fun and entertainment.

This event was made possible by the 61 volunteers, 150 attendees and the many donations and support of the local business community.  The main event sponsors were, Rossee Oil, Oconee State Bank, Towable Tailgages, Lake Oconee Dentistry and Big Frog-Athens.

Circle Ranch is a 501c3 organization and is raising money to build a ranch to provide long-term housing for the children within our communities who are in desperate need of alternative housing. Circle Ranch will benefit children in Putnam, Morgan, Greene and Oconee counties.

Contact Info:

Jody Sandwick | circleranch@windstream.net | www.circleranchinc.com

 

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