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South Georgia Tech Father’s Day Car Show has been postponed

From Staff Reports

 

 

AMERICUS – Due to the ongoing concerns over the Covid-19 pandemic, South Georgia Technical College has postponed its second annual car show. Originally scheduled for Father’s Day weekend, the event will be rescheduled for a later date.

 

More details will be released as plans are confirmed and a new date for the event is determined.

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