Team Impact to hold rallies tonight through Sunday
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Jared Clark, a third-grader at White Elementary School and the son of David and Tiffany Clark of Cartersville, climbs onto the back of Cesar Arocha, a Team Impact member, Thursday at the school. Arocha told students the person he put on his back illustrated how choices you make determine the size of the problem you carry. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
Jared Clark, a third-grader at White Elementary School and the son of David and Tiffany Clark of Cartersville, climbs onto the back of Cesar Arocha, a Team Impact member, Thursday at the school. Arocha told students the person he put on his back illustrated how choices you make determine the size of the problem you carry. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News
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Team Impact, a national organization offering "a message of encouragement and truth," will hold three night rallies this weekend in Cartersville.

Following a proclamation by Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini and Bartow County Commissioner Clarence Brown declaring Oct. 18-24 Team Impact Week, the group will bring performances to Cartersville First Baptist Church. The group has spent the week speaking to students at schools across the county.

Performances at Cartersville First Baptist Church, 241 Douthit Ferry Road in Cartersville, will be held tonight, Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend.