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2 things to do in Forsyth County this weekend
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Dunwoody-based Village Burger, a "family-friendly, community-minded" burger restaurant, is set to open its fourth location in mid- to late-February in downtown Cumming. (Photo courtesy Village Burger)
Barbecue for a good cause

What: The Castleberry Road Baptist Church is hosting a special fundraiser to help Jeffrey Heard, a church member and lifetime Forsyth County resident who is undergoing treatment for cancer. There will be a silent auction including items such as a guided quail hunting expedition, underground pet fence, Thomas Kinkade painting and print, jewelry, antiques and much more. A separate rifle auction will also be held for a Henry .22 rifle, and a cake/dessert auction will be held on the church’s Facebook page until Friday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m.

When: Saturday, Feb. 16, from 3-7 p.m.

Where: Castleberry Road Baptist Church, at 7225 Castleberry Road in Cumming.

Cost: $10 per plate

Contact: Call or text to Lisa Brannon at 404-376-5054 or Debbie Payne at 770-712-8177.

Village Burger job fair

What: Village Burger, a Dunwoody-based burger franchise set to open a new location in downtown Cumming, will host a job fair to fill several staff positions, including servers, kitchen and assistant managers with prior restaurant experience. 

When: Saturday, Feb. 16, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where: Future Village Burger location, 101 West Courthouse Square in Cumming.

Cost: Free

Contact: Email Julie Gonzalo at julie@villageburger.com.