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Kyle Garrity Professor Karin Schwanbeck JRN 160*M pg. 552 exercise 5 1. Patricia James will perform at the Memorial Auditorium for five nights only. May 20-24. Order your tickets today! 2. Executive director of the Georgia Building Trades Association Barton promises to lead the association and its members in an effort to improve salaries, benefits, and working conditions for all construction workers in Georgia. 3. Today, the chancellor of the state system of higher education appointed a search committee to find a replacement for retiring board of trustees president Harold Walters. 4. Oak Crest, a brand new subdivision of Oak Ridge Homes, is made up of luxury four- and five- bedroom homes with views of Paradise Valley. The homes offer some of the latest in-home conveniences, and are built on ¼- acre lots. The new luxury homes start at $350,000.
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Unformatted text preview: Open houses are being scheduled by six of the area’s real estate firms. 5. This weekend, the Downtown Performing arts Center is presenting Director Lyle Peters’ new romantic comedy, “Love in the Pits”. The play will be performed at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights and at 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon. Tickets cost $12.50 per person. 6. Emerson is dedicated and committed to his work as president of the board of directors and has proven himself a leader. Emerson Industries production and sales have increased 37% this year under Emerson’s leadership. 7. “Run for Your Wife!” a British comedy, will take over the Lake Street Players stage May 25-27 and May 31-June 2. Shows start at 8 p.m. 8. In an effort to support new hiring practices, the company’s president has hired older workers, disabled workers, and the homeless....
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