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EMPTY STOCKING FUND LAUNCHES SECOND BIG WEEK

As the Empty Stocking Fund launches its second week Monday of the annual “10 Days of Giving” campaign, it does so just shy of the halfway point of its $150,001 goal.By the end of the day day …
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Local Rotarians lend a hand to Waverly, which is still in need

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In the wake of the Waverly flood disaster in August, residents returned to pick up the pieces and try to start again; but a force of volunteers from all parts of the country was there to prove that …

Aldersgate Garden Club learns about ‘The Pumpkin Patch’

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CHARLOTTE TIMBERLAKE, hostess, presented a program on the Pumpkin Patch at the AGC November Club meeting.    

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DEAR ANNIE(R) BY ANNIE LANE FOR RELEASE: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2021

12-5 Library Corner

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As we move into December, the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library continues to move toward Phase 5 of our 5-Phase Reopening Plan. Public Access Computers have returned to their normal locations in Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Reference, and the Community Room is now open for events. Some library programs will remain virtual or be suspended at this time, but select in-person programs will resume in the Community Room and Carmichael Room. Reservations are no longer required for computer or location use, but they may be required to attend large programs. Please check the library calendar or call 423-472-2163 if you have any questions.   MONDAY | December 6   Teen Advisory Group

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