Local Briefs 9-18
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Polo continues

at Bendabout Farm

Polo continues Saturday and Sunday at Bendabout Farm in McDonald, about two miles south of Cleveland on U.S. Highway 11.

Look for the “polo today” signs marking the entrance. As always, admission and parking are free and there is plenty of bleacher seating.

The matches begin Saturday at 10 a.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m., weather permitting. Gates open two hours before each match featuring the Bendabout team and a highly talented team from Aiken, S.C.

Fans should expect fast action polo with world-class riders and the most athletic ponies.

For more information, please visit www.Bendabout.com on the Internet or call 423-479-1645.

Project Helping Hands

offering assistance

Could you use a helping hand during the holidays with food for Thanksgiving and Christmas?

Project Helping Hands, a ministry of the Bradley Baptist Association is offering assistance to families in need living in Bradley County for the upcoming holidays.

Call for an appointment to apply for this special holiday food ministry.

Appointments will be taken by calling 529-0744 from Sept. 30 – Oct. 11.

Little Murray reunion

planned for Oct. 5

The annual reunion for anyone having interest in the northern part of Murray County, Ga., known as Little Murray will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5.

The reunion will be held at the Little Conasauga Baptist Church on Sugar Creek Road. Residents both past and present are encouraged to attend and share stories of their involvement in this community.

Others who may have visited or became familiar with families in Little Murray are welcomed. The doors will open at noon and preparations for the luncheon will begin at that time. Finger foods are suggested. Drinks, plates and eating utensils will be provided.

If additional information is needed, please call Hattie Ball at 423-339-0928.