Monthly Archives: November 2016

Our Best Hope

Can we talk? I mean can we talk about something that isn’t going to cause me to lose friends and create enemies. Let’s just visit for a few minutes. First, I’ll tell you about my granddaughter’s delightful performance as a “Jitterbug” in “The Wizard of Oz” production this month. And then you can share what’s…

Sandy Creek class brings ‘Prince of Tides’ to life

Sandy Creek High School transformed into the Museum of Literature last week. A class of AP Literature students, under the guidance of their teacher Cindy Claxton, turned the school’s auditorium into a museum exhibit featuring the novel, “The Prince of Tides” by Pat Conroy. The public was invited to come aboard Tom Wingo’s shrimping boat…

Fayetteville, Senoia ranked among Most Charming Towns by TravelMag

A recent study conducted among 50 travel writers, photographers, and professionals revealed TravelMag’s 10 Most Charming Towns and Small Cities in Georgia with some familiar spots on the list. Fayetteville and Senoia are both among the chosen locales culled from cities with populations between 3,000 and 50,000 residents. In their writeup, TravelMag calls Fayetteville a…

Count Your Blessings

As the Holidays approach us, it is time to count our blessings. To me it seems like Thanksgiving is not a forgotten holiday, but one whose real meaning is skipped over. In the retail world the stores go from selling Halloween supplies and decorations to immediately posting sales, supplies, decorations, and things for Christmas. There…

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