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August 3, 2004


Dawson-- Terrell County towns want to show they stand together.

The Rotary Club in Dawson is one of the groups sponsoring the "Unity Project." Community groups from Bronwood, Parrott and Sasser are also joining in, planning a county-wide street party for October.

Chamber Director Linda Stith says, "Every little group has always tried to do their own thing and when you have a small community like Bronwood or Sasser its difficult and Parrot they are very small under 500 people it is difficult to put on anything of any size that draws attention."

And it should draw attention to Terrell County. A favorite oldies group, The Tams, is expected to play at the party.

Posted at 6:15 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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