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Community Calendar: Jan. 8-11, 2022 | Community Calendar

Saturday Cooperstown Cooperstown Farmers’ Market, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 101 Main St. on Pioneer Alley. For information: 607-547-6195, www.otsego2000.org, www.facebook.com/CooperstownFarmersMarket/ Cooperstown Food Pantry, 10am to 12pm, 25 Church St. Call ahead at 607-547-8902 to collect the order. Serving the residents of northern Otsego County. For information: cooperstownfoodpantry.org Delhi Kirk Thrift Shoppe, 9:00 a.m. to …

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Hopkins beanie business helps fund owner’s fight against stage 4 cancer | Hopkins

Dave Rhode Jr. was diagnosed last June Hopkins resident Dave Rhode Jr.’s life changed on June 4 last year when he was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer at the age of 37. The diagnosis meant he retired from his painting company Living Breezy Painters and focused on cancer treatment. In October, his girlfriend Lindsey …

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PHOTOS: Creations by Rise crafts crocheted apparel locally | Multimedia

The first University of Georgia fourth year Kristen Joseph crocheted piece ever made was a simple infinity shawl in high school. Now she claims the creative name “Rise Queen” and has grown her hobby into a local business by creating statement pieces with a single hook. Kristen “Rise” Joseph poses on her crocheted tops in …

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Cabarrus Arts Council accepting artists and makers for November Art Walk on Union | Local News

“A Splendid Christmas,” Vintage Market Days of Charlotte – 3rd-5th December, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Vintage Market Days® return for our autumn market 2021, “A Splendid Christmas”, 3.-5. December, in the Cabarrus Arena and in the event center back to Charlotte! Vintage Market Days® of Charlotte is an upscale vintage and vintage-inspired indoor …

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Local small businesses report having a successful holiday season | News

Small businesses like Queen City Records report that this Christmas shopping season has been better than expected as locals spend money on the smaller stores. Hazard Herald photos by Katie Kelley During this Christmas season, many small local businesses reported that they had a successful vacation and lots of community support. According to several business …

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