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Thursday February 27th, 2020 3:27AM

SUNDAY EDITION: Around Northeast Georgia

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

*There is something special for children, students, and teens at the Braselton library in February.  For more information visit www.prlib.org or telephone 706.654-1992.

*Expect more single lane closures this week daily Monday-Friday 9:00-2:30, at the site of the bridge construction on Browns Bridge Road.

*Deitra “Didi” Gray of Toccoa has been named North Georgia Technical College’s 2020 Georgia Occupational Award for Leadership student and will represent  NGTC in the regional competition.  Lanier Tech named its GOAL winner, Emma Blaze, several weeks ago.

*Cornelia's Historic Cornelia Train Depot Museum will take part in the Georgia Historical Society’s Super Museum Sunday for a second year. Over 100 sites across Georgia will participate including the Northeast Georgia African-American Museum and Standard Telephone Museum, both also in Cornelia.  For more information, contact Kristy Hammond at 706-778-8585, ext. 224, or email at khammond@corneliageorgia.org.

*Eleven University of North Georgia students and alumni have been selected as semifinalists for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The highly competitive fellowship enables graduates to pursue research or teach abroad overseas.  Click here to find out who they are.

*The Georgia Trump Victory staff will be training supporters through the Trump Victory Leadership Initiative program on Sunday, February 9, 3:00-5:00, at the Gainesville Civic Center.  Bring ID to verify registration at the door.  For more information, call 678.787.3212 (Chet Martin) or email chet@gagop.org.

*The Gainesville Water Resources Department announces that East Avenue will be closed again this week, Monday-Thursday, from the Jesse Jewell Parkway intersection to the Parker Street intersection, weather permitting.

*Water service will be interrupted Monday, 9:00-4:00, on West Avenue between Jewell and Comer Street, including Comer Street, Rosecliff Terrace, and Broad Street Place.

*The Alzheimer's Association Georgia Chapter will host its first community Hall County community forum, 9:00-11:00, Feb. 11 at Lanier Career Academy – The Oaks Building, 2723 Tumbling Creek Road, Gainesville.   Toi register and for more information, call 800-272-3900.

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