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Fighting for Autism brings in $1,000

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Titan’s Birthday Bash pulled in about $1,000 last Saturday night. Dwayne smith wrestles under the Titan moniker and organized an event to raise funds and awareness for Autism. The event was considered a success.
“There was hardly any parking at all,” Smith said. “It was wonderful. The crowd was pumped and very excited. I took a lot of pictures with kids on the autism spectrum.”

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Vann House Days 2017

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Vann House Days has been a highlight of the summer since 1978 and the 2017 edition promises to be every bit as exciting.  Hosted by the Friends of the Vann House at the State Historic Site in Spring Place, GA, this year’s program will be Saturday,July 22 from 10am until 4pm and Sunday, July 23 from 12pm to 4pm. 

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Rabid raccoon found in Center Hill area

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A raccoon was found to be rabid in the area of Center Hill Drive early this month. It was tested for rabies and found to be positive for the disease after showing symptoms. Animals that have rabies often act strangely, including acting aggressively, displaying neurological symptoms or odd behavior.

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Groundbreaking held for new SPE

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Pictured above: Spring Place Elementary School Principal Donna Standridge, Murray County Board of Education Chairman Greg Shoemaker, BOE member Kelli Reed, Murray County Schools Superintendent Eric McFee, BOE members Renda Baggett, Frank Loyd and Aaron Phillips break ground for the construction of the new Spring Place Elementary School. The school is a SPLOST project and cost is not to exceed $15,025 million. Parrish Construction was awarded the contract and the school is expected to be open for the 2018-2019 school year.

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