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Helen Arts & Heritage Center Events

3/7/19 Helen Arts & Heritage Center upcoming events:         March Newsletter     Spring is on its way and we’re back to our regular hours effective Friday, March 1st! We invite you to stop by Monday through Saturday from 12:00 to 4:00 pm and check out our brand new gift shop. Visit us online to learn about …

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Sautee Nachoochee Center Events

3/7/19         WEEKLY UPDATE                   WEBSITE LINKS                                       OUR SPONSORS       NEW AND RENEWING MEMBERS           NEWSLETTER           HISTORY MUSEUM     FOLK POTTERY MUSEUM     …

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Keto/LowCarb Class Schedule

Learn about  Keto /LowCarb eating the first and third Tuesday of each month  6-8PM each day at The Bridge Church in Cleveland.  This is a support group with tips and recipes on how to do the Keto / LowCarb eating.  The class is free and open to the public and presented by Larry Mongue. For more details contact Larry Mongue …

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White County Alzheimer’s Respite Program Needs Volunteers

Volunteers are needed for the White County Alzheimer’s Respite Program. The program gives caregivers relief and a break to do the tasks they may need to do, while their loved one enjoys fun activities, refreshments and special music .  White County Alzheimer’s Respite meets at the White County Senior Center on Thursday’s from 1-5PM. If you would like to volunteer, …

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North Georgia Technical College Offering GED classes

North Georgia Technical College is offering GED classes at the Adult Education Center located at 5702 Hwy 115 East. Class times are 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Mondays- Thursdays, and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., Monday and Wednesday’s.  For more information or to get started in GED classes, call 706-865-7323 or visit northgatech.edu. 

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Funds Available To Help Low Income Families For Spay/Neuter Their Pets

White County Animal Control still has funds available from the Department of Agriculture Spay/Neuter Grant Fund.  This grant is to assist low income families with the cost of spay/neuter surgery for their pets. Proof of income is required. Approved applicants will be required to pay $20.00 towards the surgery. Additional costs, pain medications, shots etc. are the responsibility of the …

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