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TRUCK PULL

Columbia County Fairgrounds / 5462 Columbia Rd. / Grovetown, GA 30913
$500 CSRA AMATEUR TRUCK PULL SATURDAY AUGUST 23, 2014!!!
We are also hosting a Rolling Coal contest so get them smoke stacks ready to blow some smoke! ((All trucks need to be in the gate by 1:30pm.

Anyone can enter their trucks in either contest.

$500 BIKINI CONTEST!
All ladies need to pay their way inside the front gate and need to sign up at the main stage. After the contest is over those that competed will be paid back their full admission charge. ((All ladies need to be at the event no later than 4:30pm.))

Smoke contest from 2-5pm, bikini contest from 5-6pm, Truck pull from 6-until. Dj music in between.

Music provided by Dj Tim Holt!!

This Is an all age event!

Beer, wine, limaritas, Coke products, water and Food will be sold at this event.

**Coolers are not allowed**

$10 to party
$20 to pull/smoke!
*FREE PARKING*
Children under 3 get in free.
No free re-entry. If you leave you will have to pay again.

Security and parking will be provided by the Columbia County Sheriffs Department.

Location: Columbia County Fairgrounds
(GPS) 5462 Columbia rd. Grovetown, Ga 30913

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE A VENDOR AT THIS EVENT PLEASE CALL 706-364-4620 and leave your info with call back number.

Chad Mac 706-364-4620


Jessye Norman School of the Arts Benefit Concert

Maxwell Theatre / Georgia Regents University / 2500 Walton Way / Augusta, GA 30904
Two renowned singers and a top pianist/composer will join forces to raise money for the Jessye Norman School of the Arts. Tenor LAWRENCE BROWNLEE, Soprano LEAH PARTRIDGE, will perform with DAMIEN SNEED in a lively and wide-ranging program. The concert will feature the illustrious Jessye Norman as the Emcee. Tickets are $40.00 for adults, $20.00 for students under 25 with ID.

http://www.jessyenormanschool.org/benefit-concert-1/



Colonial Times: A Day to remember

299 W. Spring Grove Avenue in North Augusta, South Carolina.
Each year, Olde Towne sponsors Colonial Times: A Day To Remember, a two-day event that draws people from all over the Southeast and beyond. The reputation of Olde Towne reenactments and living exhibits has spread beyond the limits of Aiken County. Members have participated in such varied events as the grand opening of the Augusta-Richmond County Museum, the reenactment of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in North Carolina, Walnut Grove Plantation in Roebuck, South Carolina, the 200th Anniversery of the Ezekiel Harris Historic House, Colonial Williamsburg, and the Beech Island Heritage Day

Mike Adams
mm-adams@knology.net
or Steve Hickman berryhick@hotmail.com



The Social Scene's People's Choice Awards

USCA Convocation Center / Aiken, S.C.
Award show to highlight the Best in the area and beyond. 12 Categories were selected and individuals, businesses, and groups were nominated. Votes from the community will determine winners. Voting ends August 15, visit website www.rjsocialscene.com. Tickets are $20 until Aug. 29 & $25 day of show. Tickets purchased at uscatix.com or call box office 803-643-6901, additional fee for online orders. Winners revealed live at the show

Roshelle Jones, Sole Proprietor of The Social Scene
803-439-3445



Sacred Heart Cultural Center, Silent Movie Night, The Big Parade

Sacred Heart Cutural Center / 1301 Greene Street / Augusta, GA
The Big Parade, 1925, starring John Gilbert
with theatre organist Ron Carter
Big Screen excitement accompanied by musical entertainment and concessions. Tickets starting at just $20


Rachel Gregory
706-826-4700