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Congratulations! Colgate Country Showdown Winners!
 Congratulations to McKayla Reece for taking first place at the 96.3 WGOG’s eighth annual Colgate Country Showdown. McKayla is an eleven year old young lady from North Carolina. Her next stop in the competition is the Georgia State Show - Go McKayla! Second Place went to 'Double Take'  which consist of 16 year old Taylor McCollum and 18 year old Anna Owens - both from the upstate of South Carolina. Thanks to WGOG, their DJ's Chris Butts and Wayne Morton for ho...
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Colgate Country Showdown!
 America's Largest Country Music Talent Search is coming to Seneca. On July 31st at the Gignilliat Center. Tickets can be purchased at door for $7. For more information on this event or to enter event please call WGOG radio at 864-638-3616. Gignilliat Center 621 N Townville st Seneca, SC 29679 Partnered with Lake Keowee Chrysler Dodge
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The City Gives Back!
Money and canned food collected during the July 4th Celebration  was presented to local charities in the city at the City Council Meeting on Tuesday July 13, 2010. A check was given to Our Daily Rest in the amount of $2000 and the food was given to Our Daily Bread!  To learn more about these great missions in our city - visit the website of Our Daily Rest.  Thanks to all who supported the city during the celebration and to all that donated food - without your help this would not ...
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Thanks Dr Martin!
At the Tuesday meeting July 13, 2010,  The City Council presented Dr. John Martin with an antique pocket watch in appreciation of all the hard work that Dr. Martin has done at the Lunney House Museum. As House Director, a few of Dr. Martin's duties include: planning restoration work, tours and special events hosted by the Museum. Some of the most recent events have been the  Grand Opening, American Woodworkers, and the Ice Cream Social set for the date of Augus...
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Upstate Farmers Enjoy the 'Fruit of Their Labor'
Looking for locally grown produce? It is here at The Farmer's Market in Seneca- open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning from 6 a.m. until 12 p.m.   If you are interested in a spot to share your produce - there is no cost for space however participants must first be registered with the Clemson Extension Service in Walhalla. Then bring us a copy of the permit you recieve there and we will issue you a city placard.
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