Dairy Queen of Calhoun will again be participating in the annual Miracle Treat Day, to be held this Thursday, July 27. The store is located at 288 Highway 53 in CalhounThe event is held in conjunction with Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospitals to benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.Kenneth Abernathy, owner of the local Dairy Queen, has participated in this event for many years. “Each year, we get to donate a little more to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta,” said Abernathy.
The Gordon County Board of Commissioners listened to a presentation by Gritta DeMayo of Kiazen Collaborative at the latest Commission meeting on Tuesday, July 18 concerning the Rivers to Ridge Master Trail Plan and an implementation strategy on a way to bring the proposed 8.7 miles of greenway trails to Gordon County.“Based on the 2007 county-wide Comprehensive Master Plan, and the 2009 Parks and Recreation Master Plan, about two years ago, we decided to pursue a Greenway Master Plan for the...
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