3001 Heritage Road
Milledgeville, GA 31061
Phone: (478) 453-3551
Fax: (478) 453-9523
Located in the center of the Georgian state, Milledgeville is a part of the Baldwin County. The city's origin dates back to early 19th century, founded to be the capital of Georgia. Milledgeville served as the capital from 1804 to 1868 and was named such in the memory of Georgian Governor John Milledge.
Eatonton stands for Eaton town. Named after William Eaton, an officer of the First Barbary War, this city is located in the heart of Putnam County. The city is the birthplace of the famous novelist Alice Walker and is home to the Rock Eagle Effigy Mound, an archaeological site on the Mississippi river. With a flourishing dairy industry, Eatonton is also referred to as the 'Dairy Capital of Georgia'.