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Dogwood Forest gives you things to consider when looking for an assisted care facility

From left are members of Dogwood Forest’s staff, Community Relations Director Alma Jackson, Executive Director Deltra Clark and Wellness Service Director Chrystal Montgomery. Photo/Special.

By Kia Clark
Special to The Citizen

For close to 25 years, assisted living has become a prominent concept in senior living by providing choices beyond the nursing home model. With a resort like quality, the offering of multiple accommodations, and a sense of community, assisted living has become a first choice for many senior adults and their families. Read More»

The most frequently asked questions about non-surgical back pain treatment

The most frequently asked questions about non-surgical back pain treatment

Seminars on drug-free non-surgical back pain relief called “Fix My jacked-Up Back” were held every Friday in March 2011. The seminar was hosted by Dr. John Thomas, DC at his private practice, Allied Healthcare Clinics in Fayetteville, Georgia. A diverse audience attended the seminars, including local seniors, young professionals, and dedicated athletes. All of whom were suffering with back pain. Read More»

Five things to look for in sunglasses

By John L Henahan, OD, FAAO
Special to The Citizen

Spring has finally sprung, and the pollen is diminishing to the point that you actually want to go outside, so it is time to consider how you will protect your eyes this summer. Here are the top things to look for when purchasing sunglasses. Read More»

Best Buy helps out Heritage of Peachtree

Best Buy helps out Heritage of Peachtree

Peachtree City Best Buy reaches out with free electronic help to Heritage of Peachtree.  Pictured with the “Geek Mobile” is: left to right front row: Dania Thompson, Chris Jobe, Sandra Bachmeier (Home Theatre Services Supervisor), Dezaray Lloyd.  back row: LeDavin Williams, Andrew McDowell, Michael Cousins, Mike Carmack, Jean Acomb

Community Wellness Day this Saturday in Sharpsburg

Community Wellness Day this Saturday in Sharpsburg

It is important for leaders and citizens of our communities to understand that the health care crisis is not going to be solved in Washington; It is going to be solved in our individual communities through education, personal awareness, and people making lifestyle changes. Dr Matthew Davis, Director of Crossroads Chiropractic in Sharpsburg and many other local businesses are working very hard in our community to give people the tools they need to take back responsibility for their family’s health and well-being.    Read More»

Plant sale and garden tour this weekend

If you’ve got any plans for this weekend, and they’re not for the Fayette County Master Gardener tour and plant sale, then cancel them. This is probably the one and only chance you’ll have to see some of the most spectacular gardens in Fayette County. Start your day early—there are many unique plants to buy at the sale and six glorious gardens to visit. The plant sale begins at 8:00 and the garden tour begins at 10:00 and lasts until 4:00 p.m.

Believe me; you’ll need every minute to do it all. (This article presupposes everyone has a GPS or a map). Read More»

Kenny G at 'The Fred' this Saturday

The Frederick Brown Jr. “The Fred” Amphitheater in Peachtree City kicks off their 2011 BMW of South Atlanta Summer Concert Series this Saturday, April 30 as the Grammy Award winning saxophonist Kenny G brings his Heart and Soul Tour to the Fred stage. Read More»

Tymbral's debut CD is now available

Earlier this year The Citizen published a story about a local Christian band, Tymbral, heading off to play a Sci-Fi convention in Chattanooga, Tenn. They returned, put the finishing touches on their self-titled debut CD, and released it. Read More»

Starr’s Mill drama students spreading 'Rumors'

Starr's Mill High School students Chase Thomaston and Liz Buckalew rehearse a scene from Neil Simon's "Rumors," which they will perform at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 28, and Friday, April 29, at Duke Auditorium. Photo/Special.

What happens when four couples arrive at a dinner party and the host has a gunshot wound to the head and the hostess is nowhere in sight? Rumor has it that a brilliant comedy is about to ensue.

Starr’s Mill High School Drama Department will present award-winning playwright Neil Simon’s 1988 comedy “Rumors” on April 28 and 29 at 7 p.m. in the school’s Duke Auditorium. Read More»

Monopoly tournament returns April 30

The third annual Peachtree City Monopoly tournament is scheduled for Saturday, April 30 at the Towne Club at 201 Crosstown Road. Players will be competing for $200 in cash prizes and over $250 in gift certificates from local restaurants and markets.  Raffles during the first round of play will see most of the gift certificates given away.
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