Gimme Shelter: Building Space for Recovery in the Jewish Community

In honor of Sukkot and National Recovery Month, join HAMSA of JF&CS Atlanta, Jewish Addiction Awareness Network (JAAN), and JCS Baltimore for a virtual learning session about Jewish recovery allyship.

Substance Use Disorder and addictions of all kinds are highly stigmatized in our society and in our Jewish communities. Hear three stories of recovery and learn concrete ways to be a Jewish recovery ally.… Read More »

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DHS Academy of Finance Businesses

Since 1999, the DHS Academy of Finance has exposed 11th and 12th grade students to many facets of business to prepare them for the increasingly competitive workplace. Think of it as a “mini” MBA where students take courses in corporate finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, personal finance, AP macroeconomics and international business. The two-year program includes an emphasis on group projects, team competitions, and interaction with local business leaders that sharpen the students’ networking skills. … Read More »

Fitness Together: Get What You Really Want + Recipes from Russ!

by Russ Yeager for Fitness Together:

Recipes from Russ:
Fennel, Celery and Green Apple Slaw
Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos

Shortcuts to Make it Easier

Yes, making big changes in your body takes sacrifice and delayed gratification. And, yes, this is hard and is why most people give up and never achieve their goals.

You can make things easier on yourself, and increase your chance of success, by planning ahead to reduce moment-to-moment decisions.… Read More »

Kids & Cell Phones: What Parents Need To Know Recording

In case you missed the Kids and Cell Phone Safety class, Savvy Cyber Kids has recorded it and you can access it HERE.

Or you can check out more information and resources at

Zoom in on September 9th at 7:30 pm with the Aha! Connection and Savvy Cyber Kids as founder Ben Halpert walks parents through ways to keep kids with cell phones safe. … Read More »

Dunwoody seeks input on master plans for parks

Residents are invited to share their vision for two Dunwoody park properties during Food Truck Thursday on September 9.

Dunwoody, GA – September 8, 2021 – Dunwoody residents are encouraged to add park planning to the menu during Food Truck Thursday at Brook Run Park on September 9. Under the blue City of Dunwoody tent, consultants working with Dunwoody Parks and Recreation will visit with residents and seek input on two new park properties.… Read More »

The Caribbean: Evolving Vaccine Requirements

by Danielle Garrett of PlanIt Travel Designs for The Aha! Connection 

One of my favorite Caribbean Islands, Turks and Caicos, recently announced you must be fully vaccinated to visit their island (this applies to ages 16 years and older).  This may seem extreme to some, but I suspect we are going to see a growing number of islands make this same decision. … Read More »

Whiskey TWO Wine at TWO urban licks

TWO urban licks is welcoming the fall season by hosting, Whiskey TWO Wine, a unique dinner experience showcasing the whiskeys of Redwood Empire and wines of Raeburn Winery on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at 6 p.m. Known for its acclaimed American cuisine, Executive Chef Matt Weinstein has curated a menu that pairs perfectly with picks from Todd Rushing, Concentrics Restaurants’ partner and renowned food, wine and spirit expert.… Read More »

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Nella in Concert at City Springs

Join us for Nella in concert!

Friday, September 24
Born in Venezuela, Nella skyrocketed to international renown fueled by her powerhouse voice and undeniable presence. In a short time, she went from Berklee College of Music graduate to winner of the 2019 Latin GRAMMY® Award for Best New Artist. That same year, her full-length debut, Voy (I Go) received acclaim from NPR and yielded the hit “Me Llaman Nella” (They Call Me Nella) which surpassed 1.4 million Spotify streams and 1.4 million views on YouTube.… Read More »

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(770) 206-2022

Dunwoody HS Lady Jr. Wildcat Camp




TIME: 1:30-3:30 PM





Dr. Angela Nash
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Italy – Audra’s Re-Cap and three fave things!

by Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection

I’m not normally so forthcoming about my personal life and family trips but I just couldn’t help sharing Italy with everyone.   Here’s why:

  1. I wanted everyone to realize Danielle Garrett of PlanIt Travel Designs actually does plan all of my big vacations and she is amazing.   This time my brother and I decided to let our parents oversee all the decisions and Danielle worked with Mom and Dad to plan the PERFECT trip for us.  
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Fall line-up for Perimeter Adult Learning Services

PALS’ newest eight-week learning series begins Monday, Sept. 13 and continues through Nov. 1. The classes will be in person at the Dunwoody United Methodist Church. The lineup of classes is as follows:

“Why? Explaining the Holocaust

Mondays 10 – 11 a.m. and Mondays 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Dan O’Lone will answer the basic questions about the Holocaust such as Why the Jews?… Read More »

Have printer cartridges laying around?

By Adam Freedman for SOHO Office

Have printer cartridges laying around? Bring them to SOHO Office.

Often when setting up a new printer I am asked what to do with the old unused printer cartridges.  I am now going to say “Give them to me.”   I am going to maintain an inventory of ink and toner cartridges for charity. … Read More »

Cross Country Update

The Varsity Lady Running Wildcats (pictured below) took 2nd place at the Wesleyan School Invitational last weekend with sophomore, Claire Shelton, and senior, Lucy Neumann, finishing in the top 10.  The JV Lady Wildcats finished in 1st place with three top 10 runners: Junior, Charlotte Kuhn (3rd) , Freshman, Emily Wallace (7th), and Junior, Elizabeth Lee (8th).  … Read More »