McIntosh girls bring home 2nd consecutive state soccer title

McIntosh girls bring home 2nd consecutive state soccer title

After McIntosh’s Amanda Bartholomew connected for the winning penalty kick against Whitewater in the AAAA state soccer championship, her teammates ran towards her to celebrate their second consecutive state title and eighth overall. McIntosh won 2-1 (5-4 PK).

For more on the game, visit www.thecitizensports.com or pick up a copy of the final Citizen Sports Weekly until the fall sports season begins in August. Read More»

‘Taste of Fayette’ makes you want to dance

‘Taste of Fayette’ makes you want to dance

It was impossible to know how many people attended the Fayette Fine Art Show, Taste of Fayette and a Taste of Living History held in downtown Fayetteville last weekend. But of the thousands that swarmed the downtown area, this group of amateur dancers decided to make a spontaneous addition to the long list of festivities. Photo/Ben Nelms.

PTC Rotarians paint a dragon (boat)

PTC Rotarians paint a dragon (boat)

Peachtree City Rotary Club President Joel Norris, L, helps put the finishing touch of paint on one of the club’s new, smaller Dragon Boats that will be deployed this year for the annual International Festival and Dragon Boat Race at Drake Field Sept. 22. Assisting Norris in Tuesday’s festivities, at right, is Rotary Vice President Jeff Warlick. Photo/Gwen Griffin.

Georgia Singers Spring Concert set for this Sunday in PTC

The Georgia Singers in concert this weekend. Photo/Special.

Georgia Singers presents its Spring Concert on Sunday, May 20 at 3 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City on Willowbend Road.

The concert is open to the public at 2:45 p.m. Your donations are requested. Read More»

Busy weekend in Fayetteville

Busy weekend in Fayetteville

Downtown Fayetteville will be brimming with excitement all weekend among scores of fine art, history, food, and family fun displays that arrive annually this time of year. The Fayette Fine Art Show, Taste of Fayette, and Taste of Living History will all be happening on and around the Courthouse Square at various times this weekend.

The Fayette Fine Art Show — aka the Old Courthouse Art Show — is the only fine arts and crafts show on the southside of Atlanta. Read More»

27th annual Rose Show in Fayetteville this weekend

SMRS members, Carole Stansberry and Carmen Flippen, make rose bouquets to sell at the Rose Show. Photo/Special.

The South Metro Rose Society will be holding its 27th annual Rose Show on May 19-20 at Church of Christ Fellowship Hall, 870 Redwine Rd. in Fayetteville. 

Local rose growers are invited to enter their roses for competition. Members of the society will advise newcomers on entering their roses by calling the number below. Entries must be made at the show site between 7-10 a.m. on May 19th for judging.

The show is free to the public from 1-4 p.m. on both days to view, smell, and photograph the hundreds of exhibited roses and rose arrangements. Read More»

In this week’s all-color issue of The Citizen Sports Weekly —

In this week’s all-color issue of The Citizen Sports Weekly —

• Boys state track championship results

• Results from soccer, tennis, lacrosse and baseball playoffs

• Youth sports teams photos and more

Plus, these questions will be answered.

• Will Starr’s Mill boys play in the state soccer final?

• Is Whitewater back in baseball’s final four?

• Will McIntosh’s girls lacrosse team play for a state championship? Read More»

Morgan Grove Nature Area now open to the public

Morgan Grove Nature Area’s ribbon cutting was attended by area scouts, community leaders and members of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce. Photo/Special.

Southern Conservation Trust officially opened its fourth public nature preserve, Morgan Grove Nature Area, to the public this month. Read More»

Rock out at ‘The Fred’ this Saturday night with Blood, Sweat & Tears, 3-Dog Night’s Chuck Negron

‘Joy to the world’ — Chuck Negron performs this Saturday night in Peachtree City. Photo/Special.

There will be some “Old Fashioned Love Songs” playing at The Fred on Saturday night, as Blood Sweat & Tears along with Chuck Negron perform the second show in the Lexus of South Atlanta Summer Concert Series.

A musical institution, Blood Sweat & Tears, has left an indelible mark on the American music scene since 1968. Considered to be one of the greatest horn bands in the history of popular music, Blood Sweat & Tears’ alumni roster reads like a Who’s Who of the world’s greatest jazz and rock musicians. Read More»

Ticket specials for final weekend of ‘Forum’ at STG

Hysterium (Missy Gosset) tried to calm Erronius (Boone Smith) in STG’s production of, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to The Forum.” Photo/Michael Boylan.

This is the final weekend to see Southside Theatre Guild’s production of the beloved, farcical musical, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to The Forum,” and the theater has three specials running this weekend so you can see the show for less.

• If you go to this page (www.stgplays.com/pages/resform2.html?title=New%20Reservation) before the day of performance of each show, and put the words “GO THEN” into the “Special Instructions” section at the bottom of the page, you will get the tickets you reserve for $10 per ticket.   Read More»