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6th Annual GCSEF Turkey Trot 5K to be virtual in 2020

The Greeneville City Schools (GCS) Education Foundation invites you to participate in the 6th Annual GCSEF Turkey Trot Virtual 5K during the month of November and participate in a local, healthy, holiday tradition. Fly solo, or run with your family flock whenever you choose! Participants registering before November 14 will be guaranteed a race shirt. All participants that upload their race completion times will be entered to win a variety of prizes.
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15th Annual GCSEF Daddy Daughter Dance- February 1st

The Greeneville City Schools (GCS) Education Foundation announces their 15th annual Daddy-Daughter Dance on Saturday, February 1, from 7-9PM in the GHS Gynmasium.

Advance tickets are available online from Eventbrite. Beginning Wednesday, January 22 advance tickets will also be available at NPAC Niswonger Performing Arts Center Greeneville, TN during box office hours, M-F, 10am-5pm.

Professional photography will be available at the event provided by Stephanie Smith & GHS photography students.

At 7pm, Electric Avenue’s Robbie Britton will kick-off the event with two hours of dance tunes specially selected for the evening.

Profits from this event benefit the Greeneville Schools in Action (GSIA) scholarship program, the GHS photography program, and the GCS Education Foundation FOCUS Grant program.

In the unlikely event that inclement weather forces a cancellation, the dance will not be able to be rescheduled. Unfortunately, tickets cannot be returned for refund.
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