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Everybody eats and one area organization hopes you’ll choose to eat locally.

The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks is hosting a town hall meeting today to promote doing just that.

Leslie Schaller works with ACEnet and says they hope to raise awareness about the amount of local food available in the area.

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Kindermusik studio teaches tots through song

The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks in Athens is known far and wide for helping local food start-up businesses.

But in the past several months, the halls of the ACEnet facility on Columbus Road have been filled with more than the smell of locally produced food — namely, the sound of music being made by some pint-sized musicians.

Behind a red door at the ACEnet facility you’ll find a room of laughing toddlers, smiling parents and an enthusiastic Miss Christa leading them all in a song about picking up toys.

Read more from The Athens Messenger (subscription required). | Photo credit: John Halley, The Athens Messenger.

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