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This doesn't take a brain surgeon

By Anne Marie Cook
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Being unconsciously competent

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Peachtree City Curves offers 30-day trial memberships

Thirty dollars doesn’t seem to go as far as it used to--maybe a tank of gas, a pair of jeans on sale, or a couple bags of groceries; but the staff at the Peachtree City Curves thinks you can change your life with $30 and they’re willing to prove it.  From now until May 30, 2010, new members can experience 30 days at the Peachtree City Curves for just $30! Read More»

Relay for Life begins with inspirational Torch of Hope

Relay for Life begins with inspirational Torch of Hope

Relay For Life is a celebration of survivorship and showing cancer who is boss. Each year the Relay For Life of Fayette County starts off with a Torch of Hope relay. The relay starts this Friday at 4 p.m. Read More»

Entertainment at this Friday's Relay for Life

Hush Angels

There will be something for everyone on the main stage at Relay For Life. In between the emotional, moving ceremonies, which are the backbone of Relay, there will be a wide variety of entertainment to help keep the walkers, team members and visiting public entertained all night long. Leading off the evening’s entertainment will be McIntosh High School jazz band. The group of local high school students will get the crowd warmed up for the Torch of Hope lighting as the play from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Read More»

Ceremony to honor cancer survivors and remember those lost

A special luminaria ceremony to be held during the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Fayette County will remember those lost to cancer and honor those who have survived. Luminaria will be lit at the Kiwanis Fairgrounds on Friday at 9 p.m. to represent these individuals.

Anyone desiring to make a luminaria donation may do so by visiting the event website at: www.relayforlife.org/fayettecounty. Luminaria will also be for sale onsite the night of Relay. Each luminaria candle is $10. Read More»

Cancer survivors laugh the night away

Ellen Hester as Florence Jean.

The old saying, laughter is the best medicine, was never more true than Friday night at the annual Relay For Life of Fayette County Survivor Dinner.  The 400 cancer survivors and their caregivers who attended the dinner at New Hope Baptist church were treated to a wonderful meal provided by event sponsors, Piedmont Fayette Hospital, and then enjoyed a very entertaining program by guest speaker Ellen Hester. 
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'Touch a Truck' returns this Saturday

'Touch a Truck' returns this Saturday

Peachtree City will host Touch A Truck on Saturday, May 1 in the Recreation Administration parking lot located at 191 McIntosh Trail from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. This is the annual event where kids will be able to climb on big rigs, operate forklifts, turn on police sirens and learn about the equipment.

In honor of April being National Auto Safety Month our friends at Craig Automotive are teaming up with us. They will have representatives on site that will do a free inspection on your car. Safety is key. Read More»

Starr's Mill presents 'The Murder Room' this week

Starr's Mill presents 'The Murder Room' this week

The talented students in Starr’s Mill High School’s Drama Department are set to perform in Jack Sharkey’s ‘The Murder Room.’ Read More»

Cut 'Footloose' at McIntosh this weekend

The cast of "Footloose" rehearses one of the show's many catchy musical numbers.

Whatever the thermometer says this spring, it is going to be in the 80’s! At least that’s the case on stage this weekend at McIntosh High School, where the 1980’s pop musical Footloose cuts loose April 30 at 8 p.m. and May 1 at 2 and 7 p.m. The musical features such hit songs as Footloose, Holding Out For a Hero, Almost Paradise, and Let’s Hear It For The Boy! Don’t miss this great opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled evening. Read More»

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