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Spring cleanup

It’s spring cleaning time again. Richmond Hill will kick off Georgia Cities Week with three days of large item trash pickup starting today and continuing through Friday, April 20.

This opportunity is only available for the city of Richmond Hill current water account users in residential zoning areas only. In conjunction with the Keep Georgia Beautiful program, OMI will pick up curbside large items such as appliances, furniture and other bulky items normally not picked up by the regular trash service.

All city residents should place their items on the curbside Wednesday morning for pickup. OMI anticipates three days of large item trash collection.

The following items won’t be collected: tires, hazardous waste, paint, refrigerators, freezers, oil or oil-based products, grease products, batteries, gas or gas-based products, lawnmowers and freon or freon-based products.

Rabies clinic

A Rabies Clinic will be held Saturday, April 28, 8 a.m. - noon at Lanier Primary School, 6024 Highway 280 East of Pembroke. Dr. Keith Miller, Vet., from Claxton Veterinary Clinic, will be giving the rabies vaccinations. The cost is $9 per vaccination, cats and dogs. This is an annual clinic, sponsored by the Bryan County 4-H Club.

World class music

The Savannah Sinfonietta Presents Fibonacci Goes Baroque. Support world-class music in Richmond Hill and Savannah by joining the Sinfonietta for an evening of beautiful music as it presents "jewels" by the Baroque masters of the 17th century in settings which use 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 and 13 performers progressively.

The April 19 performance is at Richmond Hill United Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m.

Call 352-3377 or go to for more information.

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