In loving remembrance of Allie and Jonathan Rosen, we are asking the Dunwoody community to display white ribbons outside their homes and businesses starting this evening (10/12/21). Our hope is that the Rosen family feels supported and we want to convey our deepest condolences. Any type or size of white ribbon or bow is appreciated.
Three Dunwoody City Council post seats are on the ballot for the Nov. 2 election. The election will be held on Nov. 2, but early voting at the Dunwoody Library, 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, has already begun and will run through Oct. 29. According to the DeKalb County Voter Registration website, hours are 7 a.m.… Read More »
Hey! My name is Summer Grace Cowart, and I am a senior at Wesleyan School. I have taken honors algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus, economics, and statistics. I am planning to major in mathematics and accounting in college. I have enjoyed math for years and would love to tutor in my free time! I have an accessible form of transportation, so I am happy to come to your home or meet at Starbucks.… Read More »
Atlanta Academy, located in Roswell, serves 375 private preschool-8th grade students in North Fulton. Small classes allow teachers to understand students’ individual strengths and help them discover their unique talents. The nurturing culture fosters good character in students alongside academic success, well-being, and happiness—our belief in educating the whole child results in students experiencing excitement and joy in the classroom.… Read More »
Wesleyan School believes faith and intellect are great partners with each other. At Wesleyan, it’s not a matter of choosing faith or intellect, but rather using both to create the best possible education for your child. Our leadership and faculty work to provide students with an atmosphere that is challenging, reinforces the value of hard work, and emphasizes character and integrity above accomplishment.… Read More »
Take part in the 19th annual Vintage Affair, Community Assistance Center’s highly anticipated annual benefit! This year the event returns as virtual with a live broadcast!
Enjoy a Tuscan-Inspired evening of fun in the comfort of your home! Create your virtual “Home Villa” party for friends or make it a date night for two and let us do the work!… Read More »
It’s time to wine down! Founder of The Saunders Firm, Amber Saunders, Esq., is hosting another Wine, Wealth, and Women event on Wednesday, October 20, 2021. From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., guests are invited to gather, sip wine and nosh on bites while learning about what to do when named as a Trustee. An opportunity to network, attendees will have the chance to meet with Saunders and expert on the subject Rachel Donnelly, Founder and CEO of Black Dress Consultants, and indulge in a dynamic conversation.… Read More »
By Peggy Smith for The Aha! Connection
I read somewhere that the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most-visited park in the nation. With over 800 miles of trails, forests, waterfalls, and scenic views, there’s no doubt why. Between the park and its surrounding tourist-friendly towns of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, there’s truly something for everyone here. … Read More »
Earlier this Summer Southern Culinary & Creative announced it had created an all new culinary arts experience unlike any other with Gather ‘Round October 14 – 17th, 2021, at presenting sponsor Epicurean Atlanta. The festival will celebrate the diversity and culture of the South with a roster of over 70+ talented chefs, beverage experts, and artists, creating a guest experience that uniquely reflects the creative interests of the community itself.… Read More »
Submitted by Lauren Townsend for The Aha! ConnectionIn case anyone can benefit from our weekly meal plan: I create a sauce with miso paste and honey and topped the salmon and scallions. Saute ground pork, asparagus, and scallions with teriyaki sauce or hoisin depending on your taste. I usually put it on top of rice.… Read More »
Our program is open to boys in our parish and community ages 8-14. Age cut-off is September 1. Fee is $265.
Mandatory evaluations will be held for all players. Players must be evaluated before they are allowed to participate. Everyone will be placed on a team. Evaluations are to ensure that teams are as balanced as possible.… Read More »
Our community mourns the death of Jonathan and Allie Rosen. Allie was an 8th grader at Peachtree Middle School and her dad, Jonathan established the Jonathan David Rosen Family Foundation, which provides financial literacy classes to teenagers and he was a mentor for many young adults entering the business world. … Read More »