Social media is everywhere. Kids are tweeting, Instagramming, Facebooking, Snapchatting, and participating in all kinds of social sites. They're also starting a young age. Beth Bumsed and Kathleen Gettman from First Presbyterian Day School stopped by Daybreak to tell us about an upcoming conference to help parents keep up with this social media world.
April is Autism Awareness month. This weekend, you can ride a bicycle to help local families who have children on the autism spectrum. Janet Ward from Central Georgia Autism and John Cozart from Big Ring Racing stopped by Daybreak to tell us more about the “A Journey for Autism” ride.
It is starting to get warm across the Peach State and if you're looking for a way to cool off then why not head North on I-75 and check out Six Flags Over Georgia! Gene Petriello stopped by Daybreak to talk about the theme park and its brand new water park!
Some students across Middle Georgia are on spring break and with the summer only months away, many of us are gearing up to enjoy the beautiful sunny weather. But before you go outdoors, you have to take steps to protect yourself. Maggie McCune from Community Health Works stopped by Daybreak to tell us more about skin cancer.
It's time to tee off and hit the fairway to benefit the Museum of Aviation. Mark Stevens stopped by Daybreak to tell us about the 9th Annual Brigadier General Robert L. Scott Jr. memorial Golf tournament.
You may have heard singer and songwriter Eric Himan's hit song "Everything to You" on satellite radio or while shopping in the mall, now you'll have the chance to see him perform live in Macon at the Cox Capitol Theatre.
The Mercer Bears take on the Duke Blue Devils Friday in the NCAA tournament. Carl Fambro from Francar's Buffalo Wings stopped by Daybreak to talk about game day food and how you can watch the game at Mercer Village.