GAINESVILLE - The two-day Laurel Park Summer Fest begins today at the Hall County Park off Cleveland Highway.<br />
It will feature music, fireworks, barbecue, a 5K Mud Run, craft and food vendors, a beer and wine garden, helicopter tours, games and activities for children and more.<br />
The cost of admittance is $10, with no charge for children under 12.<br />
Proceeds from the event benefit the Hall County Animal Shelter's Adoption Programs and the Gainesville Jaycees' Gut Check program and Empty Stocking Fund.<br />
In addition, a raffle will be held to raise funds for the three Hall County firefighters who were injured during a training exercise on July 22.<br />
For more information, you can click on the link below.
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