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King George shows off its holiday spirit

Local organizations step up to fill Thanksgiving meal void left by Social Services

There were two large-scale efforts in King George in the last week to help those in need receive a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
After the King George Social Services Department said it would be unable to provide its traditional Thanksgiving basket program, county residents stepped up to help some of the 500-plus families who would not receive a basket.

Read more: King George shows off its holiday spirit

Planning commission wants to ban fracking

The King George Planning Commission tentatively agreed last week to send a report to the county Board of Supervisors advising deletion of all existing provisions referencing exploratory drilling for oil and/or natural gas in the county ordinance.
Deletion of those references would have the effect of prohibiting fracking.

Read more: Planning commission wants to ban fracking

Family Fun Day packs the house

More than 600 attend; event ‘a great success

More than 600 people participated Nov. 8 in the 2nd Annual King George Family Fun Day at the King George Community Center.

Read more: Family Fun Day packs the house

Art and wine lovers unite at Caledon State Park

The chilly weather and slight drizzle didn’t deter the droves of attendees at the Nov. 1 Caledon Art & Wine Festival. They enjoyed sampling wines and barbecue and other specialty foods, as well as seeing what the area’s finest artisans had to offer.

Read more: Art and wine lovers unite at Caledon State Park

Sealston girl, 12, is doing her part to make a difference in animals’ lives

This past Saturday, Oct. 25, was National Make a Difference Day, a day when volunteers from across the nation devote time to helping others.
It also was a day for Kenley Gill to shine.

Read more: Sealston girl, 12, is doing her part to make a difference in animals’ lives

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