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Volunteers in the News, Arts
Traveling exhibit needs entries from artists in Georgia to benefit non-profit.
Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Awareness
Have fun and help babies by participating in a 2-mile walk at Cartersville Dellinger Park, hosted by South 107's Moby in the Morning and benefiting the March of Dimes.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home, Local Connections, Awareness, Going Green
The Bartow County Extension Office and Bartow County Master Gardeners say the 6:30 p.m. offering will be the first of several upcoming lawn and garden seminars.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Awareness
The Cartersville nonprofit's 12th-annual Duck Derby Festival: Ducks of the Etowah is set for May 18, but the goal of 25,000 ducks to "set sail" on the Etowah River need to sold by volunteers.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Arts, Local Connections
Red Top Mountain State Park’s event to celebrate and recreate Bartow County’s historic iron industry begins at 10 a.m., wraps up at 8 p.m. and includes morning hayrides.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Georgia Highlands College foundation made 89 awards totaling $77,000 for the 2012-2013 academic year and several Cartersville and Bartow County students and donors are among the college's honorees.
Local celebrities, along with professional dancers, will take to the floor to benefit the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter. See the photos and videos and find out how to text to vote and donate.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Real Estate
New brochures, an enhanced website and new advertising campaigns are in store for the Cartersville Downtown Development Authority, now a city department.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Patch's House & Home, Local Connections
A shelter housing victims of last week's tornado, which destroyed or caused major damage to more than 250 homes in Bartow and Gordon counties, has transitioned to a place where families with emergency needs can see a Red Cross caseworker and get supplies.
Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
Set for Feb. 22, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Cartersville, the tournament is open to all ages and skill levels and costs $12 per player, which will help the troop travel to Philmont Ranch in New Mexico.
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