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Holly Grove celebrates 113 years

The Holly Grove Church family will celebrate its 113th Anniversary this year. The celebration will begin with a Fun Fest on Saturday, May 15. The day will consist of a yard sale and breakfast starting at 8 a.m., followed by games and activities for the children, fish fry, bake sale, and live entertainment.

The Historical Room will be open in the rear of the church.

The celebration will continue during the Sunday Morning worship service on May 23 at 10:30 a.m. The service will be followed by a Taste and See Tea, which will consist of decorated tables featuring the twelve months of the year with foods to complement each month.

The church is on Holly Grove Church Road in southern Peachtree City.

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