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Posted: Friday, January 6, 2017 9:55 am

City of Calhoun Recycling Center sponsors: Recycle Your Household Batteries. More Info: (770) 881-2710

Saturday Nights – Jan. 14, 21 & 28-Live Entertainment at Calhoun Coffee Company. www.calhouncoffeeco.com

Saturday, Jan. 14- Little Country Giants Concert; 7 p.m. at the Harris Arts Center; Tickets: $15 for adults/$12 seniors students/$10 HAC membe More Info: www.harrisartscenter.com or (706) 629-2599.

Saturday, Jan. 14 - “Finding Nemo” Movie; 7 p.m. at Calhoun’s GEM Theatre. Admission is $5.

Saturday, Jan. 21 - “Finding Dory” Movie; 7 p.m. at Calhoun’s GEM Theatre. Admission is $5.

Friday, Jan. 27 & Saturday, Jan. 28

Calhoun Little Theatre presents: “Bordello of the Damned”, 7 p.m. at Harris Arts Center. The Calhoun Little Theatre needs your help solving some murders as they present the Murder Mystery Dinner event Bordello of the Damned! Travel back in time to 1880 in the Old West. Become a bad boy outlaw or one of Iggy’s girls. Dress the part – it’s optional of course, but it will enhance your experience. This fun event is presented as a fundraiser on behalf of the Harris Arts Center. Monies raised will help purchase new house lights for the Ratner Theatre. New lighting will enhance future productions and thus allow us to better serve the community.Tickets are only $30 per person and include a three-course BBQ meal catered by Calhoun’s very own David Burton. A cash beer and wine bar will also be available. Anyone purchasing a table of eight will receive a $30 discount. So get eight tickets for the price of seven! Tickets must be purchased in advance. More Info: www.harrisartscenter.com or (706) 629-259.

For Local School Events:

Calhoun City Schools - www.calhounschools.org 

Gordon County Schools - www.gcbe.org 

Georgia Cumberland Academy - www.gcasda.org

Online poll

What do you think should happen with the Calhoun Police Station?

The current Calhoun Police Station has been found to have harmful mold, asbestos and lead paint within its walls. The City of Calhoun had many options to choose from: rehabbing the current police station to bring it up to health standards; renting a building for the police to use as a station or buying property and building a station. The City Calhoun has dwindled those choices down to: purchasing the Fred's building and property on Curtis Parkway near the Calhoun Primary / Elementary school OR building on land offered to the City of Calhoun free of charge on McDaniel Station Road, across from the future site of the GBI Regional Facility. What do you think the City should do??

Total Votes: 1230


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