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Cairo newsbeat

November 5, 2013

Nov. 6

Young Life sells Christmas trees

Grady County Young Life, a non-profit, non-denominational outreach ministry for high school students, is currently taking orders for freshly cut Fraser fir Christmas trees.

All proceeds from the sales of the trees will be used to help send students to camp in January.  You can pre-order your tree through Nov. 15 by calling 220-1210 or see any Young Life Student for an order form.

Trees will be delivered at the Young Life Office on 1st Avenue, NE in Cairo on Friday, Nov. 22.

For more information, visit www.gradycountyyounglife.org.

 

Hall reunion  this weekend

The annual family reunion of the descendants of Lucian and Susan Lee Hall will be held Saturday at 243 Broome Circle in Cairo.

The family will meet at 4 p.m. to enjoy fishing and visiting with the evening meal served at 6.

For more information, call Diane Garver at 872-3902.

 

FFA holding annual fruit sale

The Cairo High School FFA members are currently taking orders for citrus fruit and Washington apples.  All fruit is certified U.S. No. 1 and comes packed in 4/5 bushel boxes weighing approximately 40 pounds.

Boxes can be split between two different kinds of fruit, if desired.

To order the fruit, contact any FFA member or call 377-6217or 377-2044.

 

Gordon Heights to hold festival

The Gordon Heights Baptist Church will be having a Fall Festival on Saturday, from 3 p.m.-6 p.m.

There will be live music, hot dogs, games, face painting, inflatables and door prizes.

Everyone is invited to bring their families and enjoy a day of free fun and fellowship.

 

Library accepts food for fines

As is an annual Christmas custom, the Roddenbery Memorial Library will be accepting non-perishable food items in payment of fines like overdue materials during November and December.

Patrons will receive a $1 credit towards their current overdue fines for any undamaged, unexpired and unopened boxed or canned food items.

All the items will be donated to the local Help Agency.  There is no limit to the number or amount of fines that can be cleared but bills for lost or damaged library items and collection fees are not eligible for the 'Food for Fines' program.

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