April 8th, 2021
As the days get longer and the weather starts to warm up, we are saying "goodbye" to winter and "hello" to spring. For many, the end of winter means it's time for Spring Cleaning. People usually clean out their house, donate unused clothes and items, and put away winter clothes. Others deep clean their car, but there is something else that probably needs some spring cleaning; your connected devices. Here is how to "clean" up your phone, computer, or tablet:
March 9th, 2021
In today’s world, we have become reliant on communicating without physical interactions. Utilizing the internet to stay close to the people and things that matter to you is a critical tool. February is Random Acts of Kindness Month, a practice we can all get in the habit of every month. Here are some ideas for virtual random acts of kindness:
October 14th, 2020
To celebrate everyday heroes, Hargray asked the people in the communities they serve to nominate their hero for a chance to win one of three exciting prizes: a tandem Sit-On-Top Kayak, an Xbox One ®, and a G-Shock ® watch.
August 26th, 2020
Your child's school may be planning on some degree of distance learning. Whether it's 100% online classes, or an alternative schedule, remote learning creates a high demand for technology. Prep your child with the tools necessary to operate on a technology-dependent learning environment.
July 22nd, 2020
This Father's Day, Hargray teamed up with the Perry Chamber of Commerce to celebrate amazing dads for a whole week.
May 27th, 2020
It’s not all about futuristic tech – there is savings when going smart.
April 22nd, 2020
Every year Earth Day takes place on April 22. This year is the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and the theme is climate action. Earth day challenges people to seek opportunities to protect and restore our planet. Steps as small as joining a local cleanup can help make a difference.
April 8th, 2020
All the things that make our community so special didn’t happen by chance; it took all of us. During this uncertain and unfamiliar time, it will take all of us to weather this storm and eventually recover. Our community is resilient, generous, and full of life.