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- DINO'S CHICAGO EXPRESS: The restaurant on Furys Ferry Road is giving 10 percent of its sales on select nights to three charitable causes. The third Monday and Tuesday of each month are dedicated to Walk for Autism Augusta; the fourth Monday and Tuesday of the month benefit Junior Achievement of Augusta; and funds from the first and second Monday and Tuesday of the month (it varies) go to Alec Leeseberg, a local boy raising money for an educational trip to Washington, D.C.

- SOUTHERN SIDING: The home-improvement contractor played host to the Food & Fund Drive for Golden Harvest Food Bank on Feb. 24 at the Evans Wal-Mart Supercenter, which featured complementary pizza from Papa John's and a live remote from radio station WKSP-FM (96.3).

- WJBF-TV (CHANNEL 6): The market's ABC affiliate also is helping Golden Harvest Food Bank. The station is urging viewers to drop off nonperishable foods through March 30 at Georgia Bank & Trust branches; Solvay Advanced Polymers, at 3702 Clanton Road; and Walton Rehabilitation Health System, at 1355 Independence Drive. The donations will be distributed to more than 25 counties in the region.

- THE NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION: The organization's members, partners and volunteers will spend a day on the links at the Bank of America Conservation Cup Golf Tournament on March 19 at Mount Vintage Plantation in North Augusta. Proceeds will support the group's conservation and outreach projects through the Hunting Heritage Super Fund.

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