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Dawson Co. corn maze opens this weekend

By Ken Stanford Reporter
DAWSONVILLE - Uncle Shuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch will begin its 12th year of operation this weekend, including special hours for the Labor Day holiday. <br /> <br /> The family-operated, 12-acre complex, recognized by the Southeast Tourism Society as a Top 20 Event for September 2013, will be open weekends in September and November (24th is the final day), and daily in October. <br /> <br /> This year's maze design commemorates the era in Dawson County related to the distribution of moonshine during Prohibition and birth of stock car racing. <br /> <br /> Click on the link below for more details.
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