Donations of archival and historical material are being sought for the Leah High School display at the new Leah fire station, opening Monday. For information, call Gary or Nancy Blanchard at (706) 541-0043.
Oakey Grove Baptist Church, 911 N. Belair Road, Evans, will celebrate the 120th anniversary of its founding at 2 p.m. today with special guests the Rev. Dr. James Hogan and New Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church of Augusta. For information, call (706) 863-4215.
The Alzheimer's Association of Augusta and the MCG Memory Disorder Clinic will hold a free lunch program, "Legal Plans: Planning for the Future," at noon Tuesday at the MCG Alumni Center, 919 15th St. Seating is limited. Reservations are required by noon Monday by calling Kathy Tuckey at (706) 731-9060.
Barnes and Noble Book Sellers at Augusta Mall will hold a book fair for Greenbrier High School Tuesday and Wednesday, with a percentage of every sale with a book fair voucher going to the school. Vouchers are available on the school's Web site and at the school. Greenbrier students will perform 5:30-9:30 p.m. both nights.
Thursday is the deadline for applications for the Spring 2011 Congressional Page Program for one student to be sponsored by U.S. Rep. Paul C. Broun. Pages will live, work and study in Washington, D.C., for the session, Jan. 24-May 27. Applications are available at www.broun.house.gov under "Quick Links." For information, call Jessica Morris at (706) 447-3857.
The Fall Colors of Jazz series at the Augusta Jewish Community Center, 898 Weinberger Way, Evans, continues at 7 p.m. Thursday and on Dec. 9. Tickets cost $15 per concert, and are available at www.columbia countyjazz.com or by calling (706) 228-3636.
A family movie night and silent auction to benefit Augusta's Walk for Autism will be 5:30 p.m. Friday at Martinez Elementary School, featuring the movie Up! Admission is $2.
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