Keep Cherokee Beautiful

In this file photo, Keep Cherokee Beautiful co-founder Mark Preetorius, Troy Brazie with Cherokee County Recycling Center, Cherokee County District 3 Commissioner Benny Carter and Cherokee County Community Services Agency Director Bryan Reynolds stand outside the recycling center.

A pair of events scheduled for Saturday have been moved to May 1 due to a risk of thunderstorms.

Cherokee County is under a marginal risk potential for severe thunderstorms Saturday, officials with the Cherokee Emergency Management Agency said Thursday

The City of Woodstock has pushed its annual Greenstock recycling event back to May 1. Despite the date change, the event will still run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will still be held at Woodstock Elementary School, located at 230 Rope Mill Road.

Although the recycling event has been postponed, officials said Saturday’s city-wide yard sale will continue as planned.

The Keep Cherokee Beautiful organization has also postponed its cleanup event, scheduled for Saturday in Hobgood Park and along Bells Ferry Road, to May 1.

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