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Around Town — October 16, 2013

<p>Buried Treasure draws huge crowd, see page 7A</p>

Buried Treasure draws huge crowd, see page 7A

Farmers Bank thinks “Pink”

Farmers Bank employees will be wearing pink on Thursday, October 17th in observance of the the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness month of October. The employees will donate $5 to the cause as an opportunity to show their awareness and dress casual for the day. “Pink” refreshments will be served in the lobby of the Farmers Bank main office. Customers are welcome to stop by and join in the occasion.

Children’s Fest in Witcherville

Buckner Park in Witcherville will host their annual Children’s Fall Festival on Saturday, October 19 from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. There will be games and crafts for pre-K through 4th grade. There will be a flashlight walk around the walking trail if weather permits. The event is free. Donations of candy, factory wrapped, may be made at the festival or in the drop box in front of the Witcherville Community Building.

Bell Park Fall Fest

The 9th Annual Bell Park Festival will be held November 3rd from 1 to 5 p.m. at North Main and Bell Park Road in Greenwood. Admission is free and vendors are allowed to set up for free. The Festival will have carnival rides, bounce-a-rounds, vendor booths, games, crafts, food, hay rides and a petting zoo. This event is sponsored by Greenwood Parks & Recreation and A & P Commission

Residents of Hilltop addition:

Construction of the water lines and road will begin October 21st. We will begin by obtaining water samples which may take up to five days to get back before we can begin moving the water lines. There will most likely be unavoidable delays and lots of heavy equipment to maneuver around. We appreciate your patience as we complete this project and apologize for any inconvenience.

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