Mother Nature did cause some delays for talent but lots of people signed up for the raffle to win a mustang.
All the proceeds are helping out the Dougherty County sheriff's office with their "CHAMPS" program.
"A little rain never hurt nobody we are having a great time people are coming through to purchase raffle tickets for the items we have," Terron Hayes said.
The CHAMPS program was founded in early 2000 by the Sheriff's Association.
The new Albany State University fine arts facility is expected to be completed this summer.
The first flashing yellow arrow signals in Berrien and Lee counties are going to start working on Tuesday.
Construction is underway for a new distribution center that will create at least 30 new jobs in Tift county.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. It's a topic that's extremely important and one that those who work at the Patticake House nonprofit shelter dedicate their lives to.
Two businesses in Tifton have been scammed by crooks impersonating a police officer demanding bail money for employees.