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Remember, Celebrate, Act: Bartow County celebrates King Holiday Weekend

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Linda Ford Kellogg addresses the attendees of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day wreath-laying ceremony Monday at the Frank Moore Administration and Judicial Center.
While she is not known for seeking the limelight, Ann E. Robinson’s contributions to Bartow County continue to speak volumes.

Lasting Legacy: King Holiday Weekend celebration starts tonight

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S The Rev. Dr. Lugenia Johnson, senior pastor of St. Luke A.M.E. Church in Cartersville, delivers a message to members of her congregation Wednesday evening. She will be the featured speaker during the King Holiday Weekend celebration's Brotherhood Program Monday at the Cartersville Civic Center.

Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of perseverance, Kayla Dionne Washington is looking forward to encouraging Bartow’s youth during this year’s King Holiday Weekend celebration.

 

Mini-grant bolsters Bartow County’s car seat program

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Bartow is among more than 100 Georgia counties to receive a Child Passenger Safety mini-grant. Announced by the Georgia Department of Public Health’s Injury Prevention Program Dec. 29, the grants are funded by the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.

Former Bartow Hispanic Center presents check to after-school program

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In one of its final acts, the former Bartow Hispanic Center will lend a helping hand financially to the Hands of Christ After School Program at Iglesia Metodista Unida Douglas Street. Set for Monday, a $3,500.21 check will be presented to the Cartersville program, which serves about 100 students annually at the United Methodist church.

 

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