Quality Inn & Suites Conference Center Thomasville - Thomasville Hotels, Georgia
Quality Inn & Suites Conference Center Thomasville 2 Stars Hotel in Thomasville, Georgia Within US Travel Directory The Quality Inn & Suites Conference Center is located just three miles from the Melhana Plantation.
This Thomasville hotel is minutes from area attractions like Pebble Hill Plantation, Genealogical Library, Lapham-Patterson House, Thomasville Rose Gardens and the Thomas County History Museum.
Florida A&M University and Florida State University are 64.
4 km from the hotel.
The Thomasville Municipal Airport is less than four miles away.
Thomasville is famous for its annual Rose Festival, held every pril.
There is a sports complex nearby and the hotel is only minutes from downtown historic homes.
Visitors will enjoy hunting, fishing and golfing in the beautiful country setting.
A variety of restaurants and cocktail lounges are located in the surrounding area.
Hotel amenities and features include: Free continental breakfast, Free local calls, Free newspaper, Free coffee and Exercise room.
Guests of this hotel will also enjoy the picnic area, seasonal outdoor pool and sundeck.
Business travelers will appreciate free high-speed Internet access and access to copy and fax services.
Two-room Suites with refrigerators and microwaves are available.
Handicap accessible and non-smoking rooms are also available.
Quality Inn & Suites Conference Center Thomasville - Thomasville Hotels, Georgia
Location in : 15138 US Highway 19 SouthGA 31757, Thomasville, Georgia - USA
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Holiday Inn Express and Suites Thomasville - Thomasville, Georgia
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Located deep in southern Georgia, the Holiday Inn Express® Hotel & Suites Thomasville offers guests Southern hospitality in this lovely City of Roses. While modern, our facilities still boast remnants of the area's past with lovely features like the grand staircase in the lobby and the delicate chandelier in the foyer.
Business travelers appreciate the fact that we offer free high-speed Internet access, making it easy to stay in touch with the office. The on-site Business Center provides added convenience. We're in close proximity to area corporations, as well as to Thomas University. Archbold Medical Center is near us in Thomasville, GA, too.
Our hotel's property is near local attractions, such as the Thomasville State Farmer's Market and its delicious, local produce. Since our Thomasville, Georgia hotel's located near Pebble Hill Plantation, we're an easy drive from this historic landmark. After exploring Pebble Hill, spend the afternoon meandering among the rose bushes at Thomasville Rose Gardens or pause for a picture beneath the Big Oak.
Before our hotel's guests go exploring in Thomasville, Georgia, they get a smart start with the free, hot Express Start Breakfast Bar. They can take advantage of the on-site Fitness Center, enjoy a dip in the indoor, heated pool or relax in the whirlpool. Call today to book your stay in the Original Winter Resort of the South.
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2019 Red Hills Ride to Fight Diabetes - Thomasville, Georgia
An adventure on the red clay roads around Thomasville, Georgia and beyond! All proceeds from this ride go directly to camp scholarships for kids with Type 1 Diabetes in North Florida and South Georgia.
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Robert Loflin Baldwin, III Memorial
Robert Loflin Baldwin, III of Havre de Grace, a veteran of World War II and the Korean War, died at home in the warm embrace of his family on September 25, 2011. He was 90 years old.
Mr. Baldwin was born at Perry Point, Md., the oldest son of the late Robert Loflin Baldwin Jr. and Laura Reed Baldwin. His childhood was very happy as he and his family enjoyed the thriving village at Perry Point. Although it was at the time of the Great Depression, Perry Point offered Mr. Baldwin the opportunity to spend many hours swimming, sailing, golfing and fishing. He had many fond childhood memories of friends and fun at Perry Point.
Mr. Baldwin attended elementary school at Perry Point and graduated from Perryville High School in 1938 and the next year graduated from Jacob Tome Institute in Port Deposit, Md. Mr. Baldwin next attend Beacom College in Wilmington, De. He began his government career with the U.S. War Department in procurement at Aberdeen Proving Ground working as a clerk typist from 1940-1942. Along with his brother Jack and sister Marie he entered the service of his country during World War II. During the period of December 1942 through January 1946 he held various assignments in the Army from rifle range instructor, infantryman, aviation cadet, completing his war time service assigned to the Office of Chief Engineer, General Headquarters Army Forces Pacific in the Phillipines. He was honorably discharged as a Technical SGT.
Mr. Baldwin was recalled to service during the Korean War from the period of February 1949 through May 1953 when he served in the Active Army Reserve assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. He was honorably discharged as a Sargent First Class.
He and Betty Rose Smith married in Dubin Md. in July of 1950. He sold his sailboat to buy her engagement ring. They first lived in Port Deposit Md. and moved to the Project in Havre de Grace along with many other newly married couples just starting out after the war. Together with the help of each of their brothers and with their own hands built their Better Homes and Garden Dream Home in Havre de Grace where they raised their family and remained for the rest of their lives. His wife Betty passed away in 1982 after a six-year battle with ovarian cancer.
He loved boating, crabbing and fishing. Throughout his life spending time with family and friends was very important to him and he took every opportunity to be in the company of those he loved.
Thanks to the GI Bill he attended Johns Hopkins University at night and graduated in 1963 with a Bachelors Degree in Accounting.
Mr. Baldwin was a life-long member of the Deer Creek Friends Meeting in Darlington, Md. He was a Third Degree Master Mason and a member of Susquenhanna Lodge 130 AF/AM of Havre de Grace. He was the Cub Master of Pack 967 in Havre de Grace, a Scout Leader with Boy Scout Troop 967, Chairman of the Combined Federal Campaign, and a Member of Toastmasters International Susquehanna Chapter (APG). He served on the Board of Directors and as Treasurer of the Young at Heart Senior Club of Havre de Grace. He was a member and officer of the Joseph L. Davis Pos t 47 of Havre de Grace, a member of Elks Lodge 1564 of Havre De Grace serving on its scholarship committee and for many years participated in the distribution of Christmas Baskets to the less fortunate. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8126 and volunteered for many years at Perry Point Veterans Hospital.
Mr. Baldwin retired from Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. as a management analyst with 42 years of Federal Service. Mr. Baldwin's retirement years were happily spent golfing with friends, taking golfing trips to Mrytle Beach, Sc. each year and participating in golf tournaments from which he brought home many trophies. He was a member of Ruggles Golf Course at Aberdeen Proving Ground and golfed until he was 89, he had said that he wouldn't be golfing at age 90 because 90 years old was to old to golf!
He is survived by his daughter Robin Baldwin of Alexandria, VA; his son William Baldwin and his wife Patricia of Havre de Grace Md., sisters Marie B. Wasem of Harwich, Ma. and Ruth B. Moore of Salisbury, Md. and many loving cousins, nieces and nephews. His wife, parents and brother predecease him.
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Hurricane Michael has killed at least one person as it continues to move inland over the Southeast. The storm made landfall on the Florida Panhandle Wednesday afternoon as one of the most powerful storms to ever hit the U.S. The intense Category 4 hurricane was packing maximum sustained winds of 155 mph when it crashed ashore near Mexico Beach, a lightly populated tourist town about midway along the Panhandle.
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The Confederate States of America (CSA or C.S.), commonly referred to as the Confederacy and the South, was an unrecognized country in North America that existed from 1861 to 1865. The Confederacy was originally formed by seven secessionist slave-holding states—South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas—in the Lower South region of the United States, whose economy was heavily dependent upon agriculture, particularly cotton, and a plantation system that relied upon the labor of African-American slaves.Each state declared its secession from the United States, which became known as the Union during the ensuing civil war, following the November 1860 election of Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln to the U.S. presidency on a platform which opposed the expansion of slavery into the western territories. Before Lincoln took office in March, a new Confederate government was established in February 1861, which was considered illegal by the government of the United States. States volunteered militia units and the new government hastened to form its own Confederate States Army from scratch practically overnight. After the American Civil War began in April, four slave states of the Upper South—Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina—also declared their secession and joined the Confederacy. The Confederacy later accepted Missouri and Kentucky as members, although neither officially declared secession nor were they ever largely controlled by Confederate forces; Confederate shadow governments attempted to control the two states but were later exiled from them.
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