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Possible Snow, Special Election This Week in Canton

We have the rundown on what's happening this week in Canton.

Possible Snow, Special Election This Week in Canton
As you get back into the groove of the work week, Canton-Sixes Patch will keep you updated on what's happening this week in Canton:
  • Canton and northern Cherokee County could see winter weather and dangerously cold temperatures today. A winter storm watch has been issued and temperatures will be down into the single digits tonight.
  • The special election to fill the House District 22 seat will be held tomorrow. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Four Cherokee Republicans — Cherokee County residents Meagan Biello, Jeff Duncan, Nate Cochran and Sam Moore — are all  vying to become the next elected official to represent the district, which includes portion of Cherokee, Forsyth and north Fulton counties. 
  • Project Valentine is asking residents to donate candy and toiletries items that will be distributed to senior citizens at two nursing facilities. 
  • The Sequoyah Regional Library System has a slew of story time activities set for this week at its Cherokee County libraries.
  • You can still register for eighth annual Guns & Hoses 5K, which is a friendly competition between the Cherokee Sheriff's Office and Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services. This year's run will raise money for the Goshen Valley Boys Ranch. 

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