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Harvest riders enjoy Sylvania hospitality
Harvest for Hope riders come into downtown Sylvania for a lunch stop. - photo by CRYSTAL WALKER/Staff
SYLVANIA - Sylvania welcomed 60 cyclists for lunch Saturday in their 120-mile ride for the 9th annual Harvest of Hope Double Metric Century, a bike ride benefiting the Curtis and Elizabeth Anderson Cancer Institute at Memorial University Medical Center of Savannah. For the second consecutive year, the Screven Chamber of Commerce and City of Sylvania have hosted lunch for the group, as their journey from Augusta to Savannah brings them into Sylvania at the half-way point. Mayor Margaret Evans, along with Chamber exec. dir.
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