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JACKSONVILLE, FL (WALB) -

More than 10 Harveys locations will close temporarily across Southwest Georgia in the next major step of the grocer's transition under the direction of their new ownership.

According to a release, the parent company of BI-LO and Winn-Dixie stores, Bi-Lo Holdings said it will begin minor renovations and system updates to 17 Harveys in Georgia.

The stores will close on May 17th and reopen by May 24th.

Upon reopening, these Harveys stores will have completed the final step in the conversion process and officially join the Bi-Lo Holdings family of supermarkets.

Below is the list of affected stores in this conversion step:

Street Address

City

State

2425 Sylvester Road

Albany

GA

2527 Dawson Road

Albany

GA

1032 W. Gordon Ave.

Albany

GA

2310 N. Slappey Blvd.

Albany

GA

325 N. Slappey Blvd.

Albany

GA

1511 S. Radium Springs Road

Albany

GA

1011 16th Ave.

Cordele

GA

279 S. Main St.

Dawson

GA

220 W. Central Ave.

Fitzgerald

GA

202 Vineville St.

Fort Valley

GA

208 W. Clinton St.

Gray

GA

1605 Shurling Dr.

Macon

GA

506F Spaulding Road

Montezuma

GA

415 N. Irwin Ave.

Ocilla

GA

502 Ashburn Hwy.

Sylvester

GA

101 W. Third St.

Tifton

GA

2201 U.S. Highway 41 N.

Tifton

GA

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