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RELAY FOR LIFE AIKEN GOLF CLASSIC: 10 a.m. Monday, Woodside Plantation, 1419 Silver Bluff Road, Aiken; proceeds go to American Cancer Society; $120 per person, includes play, lunch and hors d'oeuvres; (877) 227-9398

FORUMS ON OUR ENERGY FUTURE: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday; the College of Engineering and Computing at the University of South Carolina presents The Place of Nuclear Power in Our Energy Future, the first of a statewide series; USC Aiken; (803) 777-2221

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS: Payback (celebrate James Brown) is looking for volunteers to help Saturday; (706) 284-2633

CAR CRUISE-IN: 5-7 p.m. Saturday; The Home Depot parking lot, Whiskey Road, Aiken; all makes and models of vehicles welcome; no registration fee; free; (803) 648-4761

UPCOMING

TRICYCLE RACES: Held by Aiken Kiwanis Club; 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, May 7, Odell Weeks Recreation Center; registration begins 3:30 p.m., races begin around 4 p.m.; Deidre Martin (803) 641-3448

AIKEN BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL: May 8-10, Highfields, Gaston Road, Aiken; for times and tickets, call (803) 278-4849, www.tixonline.com

GATEWAY ACADEMY CAMP APPLICATIONS: Deadline May 16; camp focus is science, technology, engineering and math; July 28-Aug 1; $25; contact Strom Thurmond High School, (803) 275-1768

CSRA SHOWGIRLS & AUGUSTA COLTS DANCE CAMP: For girls ages 5-13; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 14, Center Stage Dance Academy; halftime performance Saturday, June 21; $40, includes T-shirt, full day of dance and cheering instruction, lunch and other goodies, certificate of completion, ticket to an Augusta Colts game June 21 and a halftime performance with the official dance team of the Augusta Colts; reservations required by May 31; camp director Tammie Newman, (803) 215-0034, showbiz@csrashowgirls.com

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