News Releases

Charitable Assistance Program cuts first check


The old saying that the “wheels of government grind slowly” may have to be revised when describing the Henry County Water Authority’s (HCWA) efficiency to establish a program for customers to provide charitable assistance to others in need. The HCWA Charitable Assistance Program (CAP) was a...

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Cubihatcha Center expands its 2015 season of events


Whether your interested is fishing, hunting, canoeing, hiking, or just enjoying the outdoors, the Henry County Water Authority (HCWA) likely has the programs and/or public facilities for you! The Authority’s 2015 Outdoor Recreation Season is well underway, under the direction of the HCWA Cubiha...

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Fix a Leak Week spreads the word on wise water use


One by one, customers stopped by the Henry County Water Authority (HCWA) booths at The Home Depot and Lowe’s in McDonough during national Fix a Leak Week, to learn about how to find and fix household leaks, saving money and this valuable natural resource. During these Fix a Leak Week in-store e...

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HCWA kicks off 2015 full fishing season


Fresh off of hosting a successful hunting season, in addition to wrapping up another season of winter fishing, the Henry County Water Authority (HCWA) and its Cubihatcha Outdoor Education Center are making preparations for the regular public fishing season that opens the first full weekend in Mar...

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"HCWA Cares" about mentoring students and more


When Tony Carnell sat down at his assigned seat to begin interviewing students, he could have been looking in the mirror from 25 years ago.  He recently returned to his alma mater, where he graduated in 1990, to mentor students as a volunteer during the Henry County High School Job Fair. “...

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