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March for Babies Kickoff luncheon set for Thursday

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March of Dimes supporters participate in the March for Babies celebration at Dellinger Park in Cartersville last year.
Striving to generate more than $70,000, the March of Dimes will kick off its Northwest Georgia Mountains March for Babies campaign Thursday.

Grand Theatre presents ‘Senior Shenanigans’ Saturday

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Richard Alexandersen, left, as Elwood, and John Penick as Jake, practice their routine as the Blues Brothers in “Senior Shenanigans,” which will be performed Saturday at The Grand Theatre.
With its annual production set for Saturday, the Senior Shenanigans group is gearing up to present an evening of laughter at The Grand Theatre.

TheatreExtreme performs ‘An Afternoon of One Act Plays’ Sunday

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Hoping audience members will depart smiling, TheatreExtreme will present “An Afternoon of One Act Plays” Sunday. Starting at 3 p.m., the three selections will be performed at Olin Tatum Agricultural Building’s Stiles Auditorium, 320 W. Cherokee Ave. in Cartersville.

Bartow celebrates Georgia’s Arbor Day Feb. 17

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Beneath the Spring Bank White Oak are, kneeling from left, Sheri Henshaw of Keep Bartow Beautiful (KBB), Cartersville Pro Tem Diane Tate holding Sissy and Missy Phillips of KBB; and standing from left, Bartow Master Gardener and KBB Committee member Dian Green, Bartow County Extension Coordinator Paul Pugliese, Bartow historian J.B. Tate, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor, Bartow County Parks and Recreation Department (BCPRD) Director Greg Hight and Brenton Baggett with BCPRD.
A fixture in Bartow for three centuries, the Spring Bank White Oak is considered the “epitome of what Arbor Day is all about.”

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