Monday, March 24, 2008

Have a Friend II
Let's face it. It would not be wise to take the advice of a smoker if you want to stop smoking. You shouldn't ask a person with $50,000 of credit card debt what steps you should take to be a millionaire.

Georgia Shakespeare's Shake at the Lake Returns to Piedmont Park
3/24/08 (5:56 p.m.) Back by popular demand, Georgia Shakespeare returns to Piedmont Park to present Shake at the Lake, May 7 – 11 at 7:30pm. This year’s offering of Carlo Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters will be presented free... More

Action Alert
Students in Non-accredited and Failing Schools Could Enroll in Other Districts
3/24/08 (6:24 p.m.) In light of the impending loss of accreditation by Clayton County Schools, a bill has been passed by the Georgia senate that would require public school systems to enroll students from other public districts or schools that are not accredited, on probation for accreditation or have... More

15th Annual Hustle for Hope to be Held May 3rd
3/24/08 (6:35 p.m.) The 15th Annual Hustle for Hope 5K Run-Walk will be held Saturday, May 3 at Lester Road Christian Church, 3900 Newton Road, Fairburn... More

U.S. Senator John McCain made the following remarks today in Chula Vista, California:"As you know, I was in Iraq, Jordan, Israel, France and England on my last visit. And a couple of days ago, as you probably know, an audiotape -- actually it was last week -- an audiotape was released where bin Laden said, and I have to quote bin Laden

Roush Family Gallery Presents "Drawings" by Janice M. Pittsley
The Roush Family Gallery of the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center presents “Drawings” by Janice M. Pittsley, Professor/School of Art, Arizona State University, Foundation Drawing Coordinator. Her work combines a variety of traditional drawing materials: graphite, charcoal, pastels, colored pencil, and erasers

Festival's Georgia Mountain Marketplace Offers Selections from Some of Region's Best Artists
The Georgia Mountain Marketplace is traditionally a major aspect of the annual Bear on the Square Mountain Festival coming up Friday through Sunday, April 18-20.The upcoming 12th annual festival is following that tradition, featuring a remarkable collection of one-of-a-kind, handmade art and crafts. The 2008 festival, held in and around the Historic Public Square in Dahlonega, is once again presenting the juried work from an impressive group of top quality artists.

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