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Buying a Home in Valdosta, Georgia
 
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Valdosta is located in Lowndes County
 
 
Population: 48,000
Located 232 miles southeast of Atlanta is Valdosta. There are nine county public schools and 13 private schools. There are many close institutions of higher education located close by: Valdosta Technical Institute at Valdosta; Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (2-yr) at Tifton (about 50 miles away); Valdosta State University (Sr. College/University); and Georgia Military College Community College. There are 28 tennis courts, 20 parks, 3 golf courses, 5 swimming pools, 2 country clubs, 77 recreational areas, 9 recreational parks, 18 "mini" parks and 30 public athletic facilities. Yearly events include: Valdosta Garden Clubs' Antique Show, Winnersville Classic, Crescent Center Garden Club Camellia Show, Junior Service League's Christmas Arts and Crafts Show, Jack Oliver Open Golf Tournament, Triple Crown Softball Classic and The Arts Festival.
Valdosta Courthouse (Valdosta Courthouse)
 
Moody Air Force Base is home to 347th Wing and the 23rd Fighter Group based at Pope AFB, N.C. The wing has approximately 4,650 military and 700 civilian employees. The population impact on the local community is large (Military and Family: 9,660; Civilians and family: 2,050; Retirees and family 15,000; Totaling 26,710). It is even more significant when compared to the Valdosta population of 48,000 and Lowndes County with 85,000.
 
The economic impact is healthy. Fiscal year 1999, Moody generated a $109.5 million dollar payroll for the local economy. Construction, services and commodities contracts totaled almost $22.7 million. Other expenditures such as pay from the 1,436 secondary jobs created totaled $44.5 million. The grand total was $176 million.

 

Moody has won the Commander-in-Chief's Installation Excellence Award for 1991, and the 1994 Verne Orr Award, which presented by the Air Force Association to the unit that most effectively uses human resources to carry out its mission. In June 1997, the wing awarded the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for the eighth time in its illustrious history. 

 
Valdosta University located in Valdosta, a city of 48,000 in south-central Georgia. It can easily be reached from I-75 with three exits. It is convenient to shopping areas, restaurants and movie theaters. TheValdosta area served by the Valdosta Municipal Airport and by the airports in Tallahassee and Jacksonville, Florida. The two campuses, located less than a mile apart, include more than 168 acres of land.
 

 

The 85-acre Main Campus faces North Patterson Street, one of the city's main thoroughfares. North Campus is about ten blocks north. Other units of the University located in satellite facilities next to the campus and along Patterson Street. The campuses and principal satellite buildings connected by the University bus service, operating regularly throughout each class day.

 
The campuses of Valdosta State are widely recognized for their exceptional beauty. Flowering plants include a variety of camellias, azaleas, redbud and dogwood located amid tall pines, palms and oaks spaced throughout the landscaped grounds. 

The Jewel Whitehead Camellia Trail believed to be the only such trail on a university campus in the nation. Located in the northwest area of Main Campus, more that 1,100 camellias of many varieties form a winding trail through the towering pines. The trail was a 1944 Christmas gift to the University from the late Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Whitehead of Valdosta.
 
Hope Scholarships
Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program: As one of the most successful education initiatives in Georgia history, the HOPE (Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally) Scholarship Program provides Georgia students with tuition, mandatory fees, and a book allowance for attendance at any of Georgia's public colleges, universities or technical colleges. Georgia high school graduates with a "B" average in core-curriculum classes are eligible to receive a HOPE grant. A $3,000 scholarship awarded to eligible students attending Georgia private colleges/universities. The HOPE PROMISE Teacher Scholarship Program provides tuition assistance to undergraduate students who aspire teachers in Georgia's public schools. The HOPE Teacher Scholarship Program offers tuition assistance to teachers who seek graduate degrees in critical areas of need. Since inception, more than $3.58 billion appropriated and distributed to more than 1 million HOPE Scholarship recipients.

Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program, Georgia Student Finance Commission:
Toll Free 1-800-546-HOPE (4673).

 

 

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