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Noble Hill presents Unsung Heroes Banquet Oct. 3

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In honor of her ongoing contributions to the Bartow community, Bridgett Eppinger Greene will be the guest of honor at the 26th annual Unsung Heroes Banquet Oct. 3 at 7 p.m. Presented by Noble Hill-Wheeler Foundation, the gathering will feature a meal and program at the Cartersville Civic Center, 435 W. Main St.

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Service League’s Rummage Sale gets underway Thursday

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 Establishing a loyal following over the years, the Cartersville Service League’s Rummage Sale will offer shoppers an opportunity to raise money for area charities. Starting on Thursday, the benefit will feature a wide range of items for sale, including clothing, baby items, household accessories, children’s toys, linens and furniture.

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Switching career paths worked out well for GHC’s Scott

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Elijah Scott is dean of libraries, college testing and curriculum innovation for Georgia Highlands College. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Elijah Scott, the recently promoted dean of libraries, college testing and curriculum innovation at Georgia Highlands College, started college with one career path in mind but ended up following another one.

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Your State Parks Day looks to spur volunteerism, visitation

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Patrick Shea, center, and his classmates from Omega Private Academy volunteer at Red Top Mountain State Park’s Dig In! Outdoor Learning Experience area. On Saturday, during Your State Parks Day, helping construct the outdoor classroom will be one of two projects attendees can embrace at Red Top. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

For the seventh year, Friends of Georgia State Parks & Historic Sites’ Your State Parks Day will encourage patrons to “dig in” and take ownership of the state’s outdoor “treasures.”

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Bartow celebrates Constitution Week Sept. 17-23

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The Cartersville town crier, portrayed by local resident Billy Heinzer, announces Thursday from the steps of the Bartow County History Museum the observance of Constitution Day. National Constitution Week is observed Sept. 17-23 with events in the Cartersville and Bartow County school systems. In Bartow County, the week is primarily sponsored by The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Etowah Chapter. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

During the next week, Bartow County students will be learning all about the principles on which the United States was founded.

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9/11 memorial walk takes place in Cartersville

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March to the Mountain volunteers Melissa Whisler, left, and Lisa Little hand out breakfast items to Eric Chatmon shortly before the 9/11 memorial walk. BRANDON DAVIS/The Daily Tribune News

Roughly 150 registered participants showed up near the base of Pine Mountain on Friday to participate in March to the Mountain, an 11-mile walk to remember the victims of 9/11 and honor military members and law enforcement officers.

 

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Local restaurants reap the benefits of high school football

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Roger "Sarge" McDonald talks to Capri Restaurant owner Darrell Givens while he eats breakfast at the restaurant, which is located across from Cartersville High School. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Bartow County feels different in the fall, and it’s not just the changing temperature.

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Chamber ambassador Hanks values family, faith

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Ben Hanks is the chairman of the Ambassador Program for the Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce and a security advisor at Owen Security Solutions. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Benjamin Hanks is no stranger to staying busy.

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