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Thursday July 2nd, 2015 5:49AM

Helen Arts & Heritage Center has new website

By Ken Stanford Reporter
HELEN - The Helen Arts & Heritage Center (HAHC) has launched a new website. To take a look at it, click on the link below.<br /> <br /> In addition, the group has another new marketing tool: rack cards.<br /> <br /> The images used on the front of the cards are all original works of HAHC "artist" members. Cards will be available to tourists from the Helen/White County Convention & Visitor's Bureau (CVB), Chamber of Commerce both in Cleveland and Helen, hotels, wineries, other merchants and local points of interest.
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