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Anniston Rotary Club Hosts "Rock Around the Park"

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The Anniston Noon Rotary Club will host the 3rd annual "Rock Around the Park" this Saturday, April 27th from 9 am to 1 PM to raise funds for Rotary Polio Plus vaccinations and local charitable organizations. The event will include a 5 mile walk/run, plus 50's music, classic cars, and good food.

Eight (8) local not-for-profit organizations have partnered with the Rotary Club to help them attract needed funding. Those charities include: 2nd Chance, All Saints Center of Concern, American Red Cross of Calhoun & Cleburne Counties, Anniston Soup Bowl, Community Enabler Developer, Interfaith Ministries, the ARC, and the YMCA of Calhoun County.

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