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Pre-K Precautions

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Bartow County EMS Public Information Officer Brad Cothran shows Mrs. Akins’ Pre-K class at Kingston Elementary School the inside of an ambulance.

 

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WWI exhibit opens today at BHM

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Bartow History Museum Director Trey Gaines positions a photograph in the exhibit, “Over There: Bartow and The Great War.” Opening today and running through March 31, the exhibit features Bartow County’s connections to World War 1.

World War I will take center stage today as the Bartow History Museum opens its temporary exhibit, “Over There: Bartow and The Great War.” The unveiling will coincide with the venue’s Lunch and Learn program featuring Kyle Russell, vice president of the 6th Cavalry Museum in Ft. Oglethorpe, and artist John Cleaveland Jr. at noon.

 

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Honoring our Veterans

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Veterans of all ages and from all branches of the Armed Forces attended the annual Veterans Day Ceremony at the Carl Boyd Post 42 American Legion facility in Cartersville Saturday.

 

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Woodland Middle pays tribute to veterans

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Army veteran Jim Bannister speaks with Woodland Middle School seventh-grader Gabe Wade at the school’s Veterans Day ceremony about serving in the Armed Forces.

Students at Woodland Middle School want the veterans in the community to know that their service and sacrifice is remembered and appreciated.

 

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Feed Bartow seeks community support

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William Dover is served a pre-Thanksgiving dinner at last year’s Feed Bartow event at the Cartersville Civic Center. Along with providing a meal to the community, the event featured complimentary access to services and products, such as a coat, a blanket, a Bible, a haircut, health screenings and prayer.

Continuing to provide “a hand up” to those in need, Feed Bartow organizers are reaching out to the community to help serve more than 2,000 people Nov. 22.

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