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Georgia Pecan Company's 1st Annual Harvest of Pecans Festival

Join us for this FREE special event:
Gospel & Blue Grass Concert • Kids Maze
Santa Clause Photos • Vendor Booths
Pecan Dessert Contest
Little Miss & Mr. Pecan Pageant
visit our website for application and details
229-777-7730 • 710 Ashburn Hwy, Sylvester
www.GeorgiaPecanCompany.com

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