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On Aug. 7, Kids 4 Christ volunteers gave away 240 book bags filled with supplies during its annual Back 2 School Blast. The Blast was attended by 327 kids and adults, who were not only given book bags, but also enjoyed carnival-type games.

  • Sept. 9th, 2010  |
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Simply the Past is a country shop filled with handmade items, early primitives, simple antiques and other goods.

The Walker County School District is attempting to identify all county children in need of special education services.

The Marsh Warthen House is an example of Walker County's dedication to preserving history.

The Walker County Board of Education has honored this year's 2010 Distinguished Teachers from each school.

LaFayette Freedom Festival returns back to the downtown recreational center on Friday, July 2.

Come have lunch at the Battlefield Farmers’ Market, which has begun the third season of its "Monday Markets" in downtown LaFayette. The hours are Mondays from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The park is located in the 300 block of North Main Street. Monday's Market will run until Aug. 30.

The Walker County Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Membership Appreciation Cookout on Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Walker County Civic Center Pavilion. The cookout is a way for the Chamber to celebrate its members and show appreciation for their continued support. It will also provide a great opportunity for networking and a refresher course on the benefits of Chamber membership.

Volunteers are still needed for the Balloons and Tunes Festival to take flight at the Rock Spring Industrial Park in Rock Spring, Ga., from Sept. 24-26.

The LaFayette Golf Course is a true challenge for any skill level of golfer.

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