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Good turnout in support of cancer society fundraising

Enjoying the 11th Annual Cattle Barons Ball held at Falcon Field in Peachtree City are (L-R) Adam and Katelyn Young; Priscilla and Bob Mucklow, Rachel Mucklow-Wood; Kyle and Meghan Pietrantonio. Robert Mucklow of Mucklow’s Fine Jewelry was honored for his 11 years of support for The American Cancer Society in their efforts to find a cure for cancer. With over 50 volunteers and almost 400 tickets sold this year, Nikki Adams of the American Cancer Society’s local office said it was another successful event. The Cattle Baron’s Ball is the only country-western gala in the state of Georgia and has raised more than $1.2 million for the American Cancer Society over the past decade. For more information, visit www.cattlebaronsballga.org or call the American Cancer Society at 770-632-6936. Photo/Gwen Griffin.

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