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Can reindeer really fly . . . or be any cuter?

Getting ready to perform their Reindeer Dance are (L-R) Bailey Atkinson, Mallory Booth, Sidney Brown, Brooke Hughes, Emily Shride, Molly Waddell, Lilly Waddell and Macy-Kate Waddell of the Sharpsburg Dance Academy. The girls performed Saturday at the Fayette County Board of Realtors’ 19th Annual Noel November at Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City. This was a day-long celebration featuring children’s activities during the day and a silent and live auction in the evening, with donations going to local charitable organizations including Bloom, Camp Southern Ground, Promise Place, Armed Forces Mission, Fayette Resource Pregnancy Center and the International Friends Foundation. Photo/Gwen Griffin.

Below, Frances Meaders, Amy Leuenberger (president) and Marcia Cole of Peachtree City Rotary Club enjoying the activities of the day. Photo/Gwen Griffin.

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