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Bring on the Pancakes Superbowl!

He wasn’t in the pancake eating competition, but Thomas Keohane came to McIntosh High School ready to put away the flapjacks Saturday morning at the annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast. Participants got all you can eat pancakes and sausage along with entertainment including the pancake eating contest, face painting and a fire truck on display. Photo/John Munford.

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Community

The grounds of the old Hopeful Church on Ga. Highway 92 north of Fayetteville were filled to capacity May 2 as the long-awaited 190-year rededication ceremony unfolded under clear skies.

Sports

Fayetteville Oh Do Kwan Martial Arts was well-represented recently in the fourth annual Atlanta Challenge Taekwondo Championships in Sharpsburg.

Lifestyle

Fayetteville is set to have the city’s first organized community walk designed to be a time for fun and to promote a healthy lifestyle. The 2-Mile Community Walk will be held on May 16.