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Taste of the Town to be held this Saturday

It will be perfectly acceptable to eat Philly cheese steak lasagna, peanut brittle, and turkey jambalaya for dinner during the annual Taste of the Town Saturday night.
The benefit for Grady General Support League highlights local eateries and home cooks while raising money. Volunteer members of the league’s board of directors say they are hoping to raise nearly $30,000.
Proceeds will go to buy a panda newborn warmer for $21,506; a cardiac treadmill for $5,244; and a patient blood draw chair for $2,799.
Those serving up tasty vittles include: Gilliard’s Store (sausage dish); Shan Sigler (Philly cheese steak lasagna); Stacy Munford (Italian meatballs); Aunt Shirley’s Brittle (peanut brittle); Neet’s Catering Service (Hawaii pineapple sausage); Christina Issac (dry saimin salad); Michael Sloan (unknown dish); Morrisons/Grady General Hospital (beef grillades); H&A Louise Anderson (Greek dish); Center Drugs (Polish dish/potato noodles); Tammy Hester/White family (iced tea and cheese straws); Mr. Chick (unknown dish); GGH three teams (desserts); Diablo’s South Western Grill (rice/meat/vegetable dish); Leny Hill (Louisiana chicken and turkey jambalaya); Janice Jones (dessert); and William Brothers (macaroni and cheese/baked beans).
The event will take place at Grady Cultural Center, 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.
Tickets to Taste of the Town are $30 each and are for sale at Capital City Bank, United National Bank, Cairo Eye Care, Center Drugs, Richter & Co., Grady General Hospital, Zebulon Theater and from members of the Grady General Support League Board of Directors.
Sponsors of the evening are: Bell/Payne, LLC; Gainous Well Drilling, LLC; Dr. Lumis & Helen Brown; Tommy & Ann Hopkins; Pam Forrester; Taylor Waste Services; Cairo Medical Care; Tom & Carol Lehman; Cairo Eye Care; Judge Richard and Sonya Porter; Archbold/Grady General Hospital; Tenewitz Farms; First National Bank; Capital City Bank; United National Bank; Triple L. Timber; Graco Fertilizer; Carraway Concrete Construction, LLC; Phillip and Hope Almon; Thomasville Physical Therapy, Inc.; and the Josh Bell for State Court Judge campaign fund.

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