Saturday, April 26, 2008

Fayette County Library Hosts “Christian Writers Fair”
4/26/08 (9:31 p.m.) Acclaimed Christian fiction author Gilbert Morris will deliver the keynote speech for the Fayette County Public Library’s “Christian Writers Fair” on Saturday, May 3. The event begins at 1:00 p.m., and also features eight local Christian writers of both fiction and nonfiction. Each author will give a presentation, answer audience questions, and sign books. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments to be served..... More

Staples Visits Attendance Award Winners at Hood Avenue Primary School
4/26/08 (9:38 p.m.) Earlier this month, Andrea Foster, General Manager of Staples of Fayetteville visited Hood Avenue to celebrate attendance performance and honor the attendance award recipients for the month of March... More

New Study Reveals that Arts-Related Business Provide Significant Employment in Atlanta and Across the Nation
More than 2,430 Arts-Centric Businesses Employ 23,198 PeopleEarlier this month the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs released its Creative Industries 2008 report which presents detailed analysis of arts-related businesses, institutions, and organizations in Atlanta. The local report is part of a national study on creative industries conducted by Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading non-profit organization for advancing the arts. Arts-centric businesses...

Peachtree City Teen Singer Will Blend Her Voice with Men’s A Cappella Chorale
Lindee Link (center top) with mother, Sonya; father, Mark; baby sister Madee, younger sister Lacee and brother Markus
4/26/08 (10:05 p.m.) Spectators at the 10th Annual Peachtree City Memorial Day celebration on May 26th will be treated to a one-of-a-kind rendition of the National Anthem. A 13-year old Peachtree City soloist is teaming up with a men’s A Cappella group for a never-before heard sound that promises to be unique and motivating... More

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