The Augusta West Rotary Club will hold A Taste of Something Wild, a wild-game tasting to benefit the Alzheimers Association of Augusta. The fund-raiser will be 5:30-8:30 p.m. March 6 at the Julian Smith Barbecue Pit. For more information, call 731-9060.
The Junior League of Augusta is holding a plant sale, with flats, hanging baskets, potted plants and containers. The deadline for ordering is Feb. 25. All proceeds benefit projects of the Junior League, including the Arts Reading Program, Day Shelter for Homeless Children, ACE Awards and Habitat for Humanity. For more information, call 736-0033.
Feb. 27 is the postmark deadline for college-bound students who wish to take the ACT Assessment on the next nationwide test date, April 3. Information is available from high-school guidance counselors, or at www.act.org.
Harlems third annual Trash to Treasure Market will be 8 a.m. to noon March 6 in the vacant lot beside Harlem United Methodist Church, on Georgia Highway 78 near the traffic signal. Call 556-0401 to reserve a free space.
Hephzibah High Schools Class of 1984 is seeking class members for a 20-year reunion this fall. For information, contact Thomas Self at 592-4634, or Kim Edgar Stripling at 278-1001.
Horses and horse equipment are being sought for the 10th annual Georgia Junior National 4-H Club Horse Benefit Auction Sale. The Feb. 28 event, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Ga., is cosponsored by the Georgia Farm Bureau Federation and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service and benefits Georgia 4-H programs. For information, call (706) 542-9092.
The Royal Hanneford Circus will perform at Fort Gordons Barton Field on Feb. 26-29. For information on tickets and showtimes, call 791-6779.
The Columbia County Sheriffs Office will hold a Citizens Law Enforcement Academy, beginning March 4.
Participants will be given an insight to the everyday operations of the sheriffs office and firearms training, which will include live fire at the sheriffs office shooting range.
The free course is offered every Thursday evening between 6:30 and 9 p.m. for nine weeks, and is open to Columbia County residents at least 18 years of age.
For information call the Sheriffs Office Community Services Division at 541-2856.
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