Mary Caitlin Welsh is traveling to Uganda to help the GEM Foundation, an orphanage for special needs children.
Kristen Stancil joins 41NBC to talk about how you can donate blood, and if you're scared, how you can overcome your fear.
A non-profit organization wants to give middle Georgia artists the platform to perform and expose talents.
Camp Fun N' Fit wants kids to learn more about healthy eating habits and daily exercise.
Coliseum Medical Center shares a few tips to keep you healthy and educated on stroke health.
Dr. Michelle Currie joins 41NBC to talk about the the Upward Bound program, which helps students enhance their education after high school.
Songstress Zale returns to Warner Robins for a benefit concert.
One local non-profit organization providing at-risk youth with a place to use artistic expression during a theatrical production. The goal is to mentor and shape their kids' lives.
Shane's Rib talks about its annual Rib Giveaway event, and tips on a great summer BBQ.
The Tubman Museum is getting ready for its grand opening at the new location.
Rob Collier and Synithia Weaver join 41NBC to talk about the postal service's Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, River Edge Behavioral Health Center talks about treatments and resources for you or someone your know to use.
The Macon Water Authority is observing National Drinking Water Week with an open house event and a 5K run.
Bibb County's charter school movement is starting soon, and educators are preparing for the year ahead.
Parker Wallace of "What's on Parker's Plate" and Suzanne Bentley with the Georgia Beef Board share easy tips for prepping and preparing meals.
History buffs, middle Georgia's community and visitors are invited to hop on the tram and enjoy the history downtown Perry has to offer.
A nationwide initiative to raise awareness of infants consuming human milk has taking to the parks and parking lots of more than 10,000 cities across the nation. The 'Miracle Milk Stroll' is underway and Macon is participating.
The Central Georgia Autism Foundation preps for its third annual bike ride hoping to raise funds for children with autism.
Otis Redding's grandson Justin Andrews drops by 41NBC to talk about the camp and how it will help students.
If you want the light to lead the way, Macon Us Glow 5K is just for you.
The Georgia Strawberry Festival wants families to come out for some food and food April 25th in Reynolds.
The Georgia Industrial Children's Home host its annual 'Dinner in the Orchard.'
Advance2Go is a program designed to supply resources, and professional help for adults who never went to college, but are interested in attending.
Mercer University's Financial Management Association (FMA) plans to helps more than 200 middle Georgians who need financial guidance.
Sherry Singleton with the museum stops by 41NBC to talk about the upcoming Pet Show Sunday.
Jay's Hope is hosting its annual Celebrate HOPE fundraising event. It's a chance to get the community together to raise money for kids battling cancer.
Debbie Harbin and Katie Magee stopped by 41NBC to talk about what the Anchor of Hope Foundation does.
The Rolling Thunder wants to help prisoners of war, soldiers missing in action and veterans.
Trina Samuels and Erin Patrick with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Georgia Chapter stop by 41NBC to talk about the fundraising 5K walk in Macon.
Joey Stuckey, host of 41NBC's Studio 41, and a Macon music legend talks about his trip to the U.K. for a Conference inspiring the visually impaired.
Woodfield Academy presents its 'Annual International Festival,' and this year is expected to take you on a wonderful trip around the world.
Keep Warner Robins Beautiful hopes the community will take part in the Great American Cleanup by donating your old, rusty vehicles.
Touch-a-Truck organization benefits kids educational programs, and events.
The 27th Annual Dogwood Festival is around the corner, and this year is expected to be filled with a lot of food, fun and entertainment.
Universal Light Christian Center is having a community wide celebration for Easter.
What happens when you can't pay your taxes? An H&R Block tax expert tells us.
Members of Zeta Phi Beta, Inc. will host a scholarship to benefit young girls who are considering higher education.
AppleCare doctor talks about improving your health care during pollen season.
Navicent Health receives third magnet designation for nursing excellence.
Marco's Pizza is requesting the community donate to help feed the hungry.
Tax Tuesday is back, and this time it's all about overlooked deductions.
Macon Mud Run is back and muddier than ever.
President and CEO of the Cherry Blossom Festival, Jake Ferro, joins 41NBC to talk about some of the upcoming events to celebrate in Middle Georgia.
Lisa McMichael, the festival chairman, joins 41NBC to talk about all of the exciting events in Dublin going on throughout the festival.
Before you file your taxes, or if you've already filed your taxes, you need to know a few tips that will keep you from getting a tax penalty.
A Minute Clinic nurse practitioner offers advice before pollen season sparks.
Disney's favorite characters are bringing festivals and celebrations from around the world to middle Georgia.
A Macon-Bibb commissioner is looking to cleanup the streets of his district and needs your help.
A 7-year-old-boy is hoping to raise money for Georgia Cancer Friends in honor of his grandmother.
A tragic incident involving Paige Slocumb's sister, inspired her to start a safety and self-defense class for women.