Good morning everyone! I’m back with a new copy of the Woodstock-Towne Lake Daily. Here are all the most important things to know about what’s going on in town. In today’s issue, you’ll find out:
- 🗑️ Get rid of electronics you no longer use.
- 🚶🏽 Join the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
- 🎵 KSU is one of the best according to Billboard.
But first of all, today’s weather.
sunny and not warm. High: 65 Low: 46.
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Here are the top 3 stories from Woodstock Town Lake today.
- The Cherokee County Recycling Center will be hosting an electronics recycling event on December 3rd from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Items you can receive for free include computers, disk drives, printers, batteries, CD-ROMs, fax machines, cell phones, circuit boards, copiers, see the full list online here. please. TVs are $25, CRT monitors are $10, large projection TVs are $40, all LCD monitors are $5. Debit and credit cards are not accepted and all charges must be paid in cash. The drive-thru event will be held at the Cherokee County Administration Building at 1130 Bluffs Parkway, Canton. For more information, please contact the Recycling Center at 770-516-4195 or Premier Surplus at 706-525-3050. (Cherokee County Communications Department)
- Cherokee County Senior Services participates in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s to raise funds for care, support and research in this disease. The walk takes place on Saturday 29th October at Etowah River Park in Canton. The opening ceremony will begin at 9:00 am. The link to join the Cherokee Senior Services team is still active. You can do it here. If you would like to donate to the cause, you can do so at the same link. Head to the park on Saturday if you want to cheer on the team. (Cherokee County Senior Services via Walk to End Alzheimer’s)
- Kennesaw State University’s MEBUS program has been ranked as one of the top music business programs in the world by Billboard magazine., this is their fourth time on the list. The Joel A. Katz Music and Entertainment Business (MEBUS) program at Kennesaw State University helps prepare students for entrepreneurship careers in film, television, audio production, artists, venues, live event management, and entertainment, helping students provide a real-world experience in the field. His latest MEBUS Mixer event, held at MadLife Stage & Studios in Woodstock, featured performances by 25 of his students in front of 250 guests, with MEBUS students planning, managing and executing the event. Mentorship is an integral part of the university’s program, and MadLife Productions His Manager and Chief His Engineer Stephen Morrison is one of his mentors who teaches and mentors his KSU students throughout the program. (KSU News)
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At Woodstock Town Lake today,
- Autumn Fun Festival: All ages will enjoy games and treats. Children must be accompanied by an adult at the Hickory Flat Library, 2740 East Cherokee Drive, Canton. (5:00pm to 7:00pm)
- Trunk or Treat: Located in the parking lot below the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at 1208 Rose Creek Drive. (6pm-8pm)
- Trunk or Treat: Guests enter through the main entrance of the worship center and exit downstairs to Preschool Foyer, W Building Worship Center Circle, First Baptist Woodstock, 11905 Highway 92. (6:15-7:45 pm)
- Halloween Hiking Scavenger Hunt: For registration and more information, please contact Adam Fussell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Put on your best costume, lace up your boots, grab your flashlight and head out for a dusk-to-dark hike in Lewis Park. (6:30 p.m.)
- Trivia Night Light Up! entertainment: Prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams every Wednesday at the Reformation Brewery at 105 Elm Street. (7pm-9pm)
- DJ Trivia: Every Wednesday at the Woodstock Beer Market at 240 Chambers Street. (7pm-9pm)
- Senior Center Program:
- Fit for 50+ – Enjoy chair yoga, balance, bands, weights and core strength exercises every Wednesday and Friday at the WGLSC Activity Center Expansion. (9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.)
- MadLife Grill Patio Stage (free show):
- MadLife Stage & Studio:
- Anchor of Hope – Soulful, groove-driven rock and pop rock soul (7:30 PM)
From my notes:
- The Commissioner’s Committee met on Tuesday, October 18th and laid out a number of items. Notably, in recognition of efforts to save the lives of several E 9-1-1 employees, October 24 was declared World Polio Day in Cherokee County, and the purchase of 40 rifles was made by the Cherokee Sheriff. approved by the office. See link for an extensive list of points raised and voted on during the conference. (Cherokee County Communications Department)
- Cherokee Recreation & Parks hosts fundraising events to help local seniors in need. From November 1st to December 14th, new warm blankets and new slipper socks can be dropped off at The WREC (7545 Main Street, Building 200) during normal business hours. For more information on the Hugs in a Blanket program, please contact Jessica Hallman at email@example.com or 770-924-7768. (Cherokee Recreation & Parks)
- The Gifted Ferret will host its annual Ghostly Gala on October 29th. There are past life recurrence fortune-telling, palmistry, and costume contests. See the link for more details. (gifted ferret)
- The Cherokee County Aquatic Center is still looking for new team members. We have jobs for aqua aerobics instructors, swim lesson instructors, and swim lesson deck supervisors. (Cherokee Recreation & Parks)
- Take a look at the available homes in the Woodstock-Towne Lake area. Find the perfect home for you and yours from our extensive inventory. (Woodstock – Town Lake Patch)
- Cherokee County Animal Shelter: “#WeChipCherokee4FREE FREE Pet Microchip for Cherokee Residents Tuesday through Saturday 10am-4pm 1015 Univeter Rd or 131 Chattin Dr (Cherokee County Animal Shelter via Instagram)
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