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Red Top’s Spring at the Homestead to highlight pioneer life

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Continuing to assist Red Top Mountain State Park with its annual Spring at the Homestead, Debora Tucker is looking forward to the event's showcase of traditional music. To be presented April 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the offering will be based at the Vaughan log cabin, behind the venue's former park office, at 50 Lodge Road in Acworth.

 

Autism Coffee Talk set for Thursday

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As a mentor for Talk About Curing Autism, Cartersville resident Sandi Marcus is delighted to help promote the nonprofit's Autism Coffee Talk Day gathering. Set for Thursday at 7 p.m., the support meeting will be presented at Chili's, 630 E. Main. St. in Cartersville.

Amateur radio thrives in Bartow

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As a member of the Etowah Valley Amateur Radio Club and the Bartow County Amateur Radio Emergency Service, Cartersville resident Alan Scheibe embraced the opportunity to provide "communications capability" at SwimRun Georgia.

History Hustle 5K set for May 5

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Now known as the History Hustle 5K, the annual race will continue highlighting the "beauty" of Cartersville's historic residential districts, while serving as a fundraiser for the Bartow History Museum and Rose Lawn Museum.

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