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Close encounters at PTC’s World War II Heritage Days

Close encounters at PTC’s World War II Heritage Days

It was as close as most people get to the real fighting. Pictured are several of the re-enactors from Georgia-based Kelly’s Heroes who battled members of the Southeastern U.S.-based Shidan Imperial Japanese Army in a mid-afternoon skirmish at World War II Heritage Days held April 30 and May 1 at Falcon Field in Peachtree City. The skirmish was just one of many activities held at the heavily attended event. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Southern Crescent Chorale at The Villages May 14

The Southern Crescent Chorale makes its eighth appearance at the Villages Amphitheater with “toe tapping music” at their concert “Dancin’!” on Saturday, May 14 at 8 p.m.

The 70 voice choir will fill the evening air with dance music of all types from country and R & B to dance standards and movie favorites. Some of the songs you’ll hear are “Your Mama Don’t Dance,” “Dancing Queen,” “YMCA,” “Charleston,” and “Some Days You Gotta Dance.” There will be something for everyone at this rockin’ concert. Read More»

Open Mic Night at 'The Fred' Saturday

Local entertainers go head to head competing for the coveted first place win in the Third Annual Open Mic Night at the Fred Amphitheater. Saturday, May 7 come out and cheer for your favorite artist as they face a live audience and panel of judges. Winners take home not only bragging rights but the opportunity to perform as an opening act for one of the concerts in the 2011 BMW of South Atlanta Summer Concert Series at the Fred. The “ticket” for the night is a Fred wrist band that may be purchased for $5 in advance or $10 the night of the show at the Box Office. Read More»

Blood drive at Holy Trinity, May 2

A blood drive is being conducted at Holy Trinity Catholic Church of Peachtree City. Donors will be received in Loreto Hall on Monday, May 2 from 12-6 p.m. For convenience, appointment times may be scheduled by calling Dan Law at 770-631-6779 but walk-ins are also welcome. Holy Trinity Catholic Church is located at 101 Walt Banks Road which is the intersection of Walt Banks Road and GA Highway 54. The American Red Cross has issued an urgent nationwide call for blood due to shortages caused by the recent weather and Easter holiday. Read More»

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