The Clay County Lions Club is hosting a Fundraiser on Saturday evening, September 22, 2018, from 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm in the beautifully renovated Fellowship Hall of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church located at 1433 US Hwy 64, Hayesville, NC.
The Fundraiser will be an evening of great music from the 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s with a live DJ, a spectacular dance, a fabulous dinner by Amazing Grace Caterers, dozens of door prizes, and an available cash bar.
Tickets are $60 per person and are available at the Historic Hayesville Centennial Exhibit, Clay County Chamber of Commerce, Tiger’s Department Store and Bella Boutique in Downtown Hayesville.
Tickets are also available from any Clay County Lions Club Member, and at the Towns County Chamber of Commerce and Monte Alban Restaurant in Hiawassee. A portion of each ticket may be tax deductible.
100% of the net proceeds will go to further the Lions Club’s charitable activities in Clay County, including the providing of free eye exams and eyeglasses to residents in need; donations to local charities such as Clay County Community for Students, Christmas Care of Clay County, the VFW and Shop with a Hero all to help children in need in Clay County; support of Historic Hayesville, Inc.; and recent work to rehab the covered Lions Pavilion at the Clay County Recreation Park that is used by so many residents and visitors to Clay County. For further information, contact Neil Kaplan at (703) 725-9819
YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – “Made in Georgia” kicks off this weekend at the Towns County County Recreation and Conference Center, featuring a wide variety of products from the Peach State.
Vendors offering items that were made, grown, harvested, crafted, brewed, grown, stitched, or inspired in Georgia will be on site at the unique event. Towns County Chamber of Commerce President Candace Lee says 65 vendors will participate in the expo, offering samples, demonstrations, and products for purchase.
Chick-fil-A, an Atlanta-based corporation, has signed on to attend, in addition to vendors offering festival fare such as barbeque, hot dogs, pitas, lemonade, and Italian ice.
North Georgia Technical College Culinary Arts Department will host three separate cooking classes on Sunday, demonstrating the preparation of native cuisine.
“I’m very excited about the upcoming Made in Georgia festival,” Towns County Commissioner Cliff Bradshaw tells FetchYourNews, “We sold 2,850 tickets at the recent Get Outdoors expo, and we hope to draw a large crowd to this first-year event as well. I’m happy that the Chamber is putting on the event, and doing such a great job in general.”
The festival runs from Saturday, June 30, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sunday, July 1, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Admission is $5 per person. Parking is free.
Towns County Recreation and Conference Center is located at 150 Foster Park Rd. in Young Harris.
The event will take place, rain or shine.