A perfect fall or winter dinner! You can change up the recipe by using thinly sliced apples. Feel free to change up the vinegar, but always use good vinegar from Branch and Vine! Print Pear and Red Onion Pork Tenderloin Ingredients 2 pork tenderloin (about two pounds) 1 large red onion, sliced in thin wedges […]
We all have dreams. We all have goals. And we all encounter obstacles. In some cases, the barriers are external and unavoidable; from illness and family issues to loss of income or employment, life has a funny way of derailing even the best-laid plans. But, all too often, the most daunting obstructions come from within. […]
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It’s an unusually chilly Friday morning in early November when I pull into the parking lot of the café where I’ve arranged to meet Raissa Chandler. She’s the founder and leader of Southside Support, a not-for-profit organization for families with children who have special needs. Through Facebook groups, planned events, and regularly scheduled meeting at […]
By Bev Bennett After years as the bad guy of the food world, coffee is getting another look. And for those who can’t do without it, the news is positive. “This might be the one addiction we can take relief in,” says Roger Clemens, DrPH (Doctor of Public Health), a spokesman for the Institute of […]
During the gloomy days of January, this soup takes me away to a beach in Mexico, if only for a few minutes. Print Chicken Chili Verde Author: My Chef Nancy Jaworski Ingredients 14 fresh tomatillos (about 3 lb), husks removed and rinsed 6 cups chicken stock (broth, of course homemade is best!) 6 cloves garlic, […]
For the second year in a row, gray is projected to be the most popular hue for interior design schemes, according to Debbie Zimmer, spokesperson for the Paint Quality Institute, which issues an annual forecast on color trends. “This is the first time any color has headlined our forecast in back-to-back years,” says Debbie, “but […]
Local artists, sponsors, hosts, community leaders, and volunteers, came together in December for the 8th Annual “Chair-ity” Event benefitting The Children’s Village at Christian City. This special event is named for the unique, one-of-a-kind chairs (decorated and donated by community artists) that are auctioned off to raise funds for the children. This year’s celebration was […]
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New Year’s resolutions often focus on personal improvement. This year experts are encouraging entire families to consider making a pledge to adopt a healthier and more active lifestyle. Parents have more potential than anybody else to influence their children’s behavior — including their eating habits — according to a study by the Academy of Nutrition […]
It’s just what you always wanted: a big-screen TV, the latest laptop, an e-reader, a digital SLR camera, or that video game system. The presents are all unwrapped, and the recycling is piling up. But while you’re enjoying that new tablet, the box is sitting out by your curb, acting as an advertisement for those […]
Piedmont Fayette Hospital’s Auxiliary named Adele Andrews as the 2014 Spirit of Volunteerism award winner at their recent annual holiday luncheon. The award is given annually to an Auxiliary member who unselfishly demonstrates care and concern for others while volunteering. Volunteers are nominated by Piedmont Fayette Auxiliary members, employees and physicians, and the winner is […]
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Looking for something to do in the New Year? The Southern Crescent Storytellers and The Friends of the Peachtree City Library, Inc., are bringing nationally renowned storyteller Donald Davis to perform at a storytelling concert in Peachtree City Jan. 25. Donald Davis’s humorous, heartwarming style and stories harken back to Mark Twain and other unforgettable […]
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Do you like to cook? Do you like to bake? Do you love to give a party? With New Years and Super Bowl parties just around the corner, we are looking for your favorite appetizers, hors d’oeuvre and party foods to share with our community. Get out your recipe cards and pull out the mixing […]
Piedmont Fayette Hospital’s Auxiliary is seeking applicants for the Elizabeth Wilmot Bull Memorial Scholarship. The statewide merit-based scholarship is awarded annually to students enrolled in a medical/health-related field of study, excluding pre-med or pre-nursing, at an accredited Georgia college, university or technical school medical program. Qualified applicants must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and provide […]
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These Reindeer Cookies are hot on Pinterest right now. Make them as a surprise or involve your kids in the design. They are fun treats to make — but get ready to have chocolate all over your fingers!! Get creative and with the use of white almond bark, you can whip up a batch of snowmen. […]
Piedmont Fayette Hospital is a Registered Safe Sitter® Teaching Site, offering comprehensive babysitting training for young teens (11 and up). Nationally, over 600,000 graduates have completed the course and are able to stay home alone safely and handle emergencies when caring for younger children. The up-to-date curriculum provides hands-on practice in lifesaving techniques designed to prepare […]
Piper Hill’s parents always knew she would grow up to help her fellow man. When Piper was three years old, her mother and father, Angie and Victor Hill, took her and her sister Blair on a family vacation to Mexico. During the trip, little Piper saw some children without shoes who were asking for money, […]
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Those who were here in the early days of Peachtree City’s growth know that Sallie Satterthwaite is a local legend. Satterthwaite Fire Station #84 on Crabapple Lane was named in her honor, and fire personnel who know her history stand up and salute her when she walks into the room. Sallie was born in Harrisburg, […]
As the holidays approach, it’s a common tactic for phishing scammers to send emails claiming to be an alert about an undelivered package. In a slightly different variation of this scam, an email may allege to provide order details regarding a package delivery or an invoice file. By clicking on the provided link or downloading the “invoice,” […]
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Whether it’s Mom, Dad, Grandma or Grandpa – or your spouse – the “holiday quarter” can present special challenges for families with a loved one suffering from dementia. “We have an expectation that loved ones should never change from the person we’ve perceived them to be for years, but everyone changes significantly over an extended […]
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