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L.L. Wyatt Museum  

Greensboro, GA 30642

The home of many of Greene County's former sheriffs, this museum is located in a circa 1890 building which was named after L.L. Wyatt who served as sheriff of Greene County for 52 years until his death in 1977. Visitors can view photos, badges, a seized corn liquor still, century old arrest warrants, an authentic old cell block, and firearms while at this museum.

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Rick Ryan
Dear Customer Relations: L.L. Wyatt Museum
Challenged Athletes Playing Equally (C.A.P.E.) is a 501c(3) non profit organization (20-3808612) dedicated to providing sports and activities for special needs children and adults. C.A.P.E. provides organized team sports in baseball, basketball, bowling, hockey and soccer throughout the year with uniforms, trophies and field trips. The same as “typical” league sports with the emphasis focused on increasing social interaction, improving self esteem and having fun! C.A.P.E. participants are allowed the opportunity to play real sports in a non-competitive format with positive reinforcement.
C.A.P.E. has begun auctioning donated items through the eBay Giving Works program. This will enable us to reach a national audience with our mission of sports for children of special needs. The donated items will be listed in detail and all potential bidders will be aware of the company who has donated these items. In addition, auctions can be “regionally specific” to target consumers only in your market areas, as well as the rest of the country. C.A.P.E. receives national attention to their mission and you will get noticed by supporting a worthy cause. We will list your item, such as a gift certificate, tickets or autographed memorabilia for auction as soon as it is received.
May we ask for your help?
Your donation of goods or services will be displayed on the auction item and a donation receipt will be sent to you for your gift. Information about C.A.P.E. can be found on the website listed below.
Should you wish more information, or would like to increase your involvement with this very worthy cause, I would be happy to talk with you. Again, let me thank you on behalf of the special needs children of C.A.P.E.
Rick Ryan at at 07:49AM, 2014/12/11.

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Greensboro Area Attractions

Old Gaol Jail
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