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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- The Waynesboro Cultural Commission has launched a website to keep citizens informed about what is happening in the city.

The website,, features links to area arts organizations, festivals and other entertainment events.

Organizations and businesses may submit events to be listed in the calendar at no charge via email at Events may be listed up to one year in advance, and the calendar is updated on a regular basis.

In addition, the Cultural Commission is asking organizations to submit invitation-only events to be listed on the calendar so that area organizations can avoid conflicts in planning for events.

"This is a great way for us to communicate with everyone in the city," said Annie Hulen, spokesperson for and member of the Waynesboro Cultural Commission. "There are so many events going on on a regular basis that people don't even know about, and we look forward to sharing information with the public."

The Cultural Commission will also use the website to survey citizens and to get community input though online chats about issues that are relevent in the news.

The website is available at


For more information, contact Annie Hulen at (540) 941-7825 or

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