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November 15, 2012

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LAKE OCONEE — Pure Chiropractic Lake Oconee and Pure Chiropractic Milledgeville are collecting canned goods to benefit the less fortunate until Nov. 21. Everyone who donates five or more canned goods will receive a complete spinal exam. For more information, contact (478) 457-0003 (706) 485-1010.

Halcyon Hospice is looking for volunteers to provide companionship and socialization to terminally ill patients and their caregivers. There is something for everyone’s talents, time and abilities. Volunteer opportunities include, but are not limited to: playing music, reading, crafts and clerical support. Contact Tami Dedels at (678) 943-3585.

Back by popular demand, it’s John Berry. The Chamber is proud to once again host John Berry’s Christmas concert in downtown Greensboro. This year the Christmas with John Berry concert will be presented on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 4:30 p.m. at Festival Hall. This annual fundraising event will be sponsored by BankSouth, Georgia Power, AT&T and The Farmers Bank. Tickets are on sale at the Greene County Chamber office at 111 N. Main St. Call (706) 453-7592 for more details.

The search is on for the perfect tree to help Downtown Greensboro celebrate the holidays. City leaders and downtown business owners are looking for a tree that will serve as the town tree this holiday season.

Greensboro’s tree is typically a fresh cut evergreen. Past trees have ranged from 20 to 30 feet in height.  The selected tree will stand on the Court House Lawn in historic Greensboro throughout the holiday season. Organizers hope to have the tree in place by mid November. To suggest or offer a tree, please contact the Greensboro Better Hometown Office at (706) 453-7674.

Local groups and organizations are invited to participate in the Tree Lighting program. Choirs are needed to provide special music throughout the evening and local non-profits are invited to get involved by providing special holiday goodies. For more information about participating in the Downtown Tree Lighting, contact Kendrick Harris at the Better Hometown Office at (706) 453-7674.

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LOA Spanish Club students raised funds for Food for the Poor to feed three children in Guatemala for one year.

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