A statement from Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch

Dunwoody, GA – March 25, 2020 – Today, I’m imploring Dunwoody residents to stay at home. I am incredibly grateful that most of you are already following the guidelines adopted by the City of Dunwoody and the state of Georgia. However, I need everyone to do their part to flatten the COVID-19 curve by staying at home as much as possible.… Read More »

Ask Tatiana: Social Distancing Activities For Families

Tatiana asked one of her fellow counselors to share with us an article regarding social distancing activities for families.

By Theresa Westfall MS, LPC for The Aha! Connection

The recent concerns about the spread of COVID-19 have created major ripple effects. Many children are home from school and many parents are working from home (when they are able) or taking time off from work.… Read More »

Calling volunteers to sew masks!

Big Frog Custom T-Shirts of Dunwoody has printed face mask templates on t-shirts for locals who will volunteer to sew.  The masks are not medical grade, but they provide about 50-75% efficacy of slowing the COVID-19 virus among other benefits.  If you would like to volunteer to sew…

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How to keep Garbage Crews Safe

Week after week, they work hard through rain, sun, sleet or hail to complete a task important in a well-functioning society – garbage removal. In our current public health crisis, their role is even more critical.

Sanitation service is continuing as normal in DeKalb. The department is following all CDC guidelines for worker protection, but DeKalb citizens can help keep workers safe with two key tasks:

  • After you push your roll carts to the street, sanitize the outside of the carts.
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Gatherings of 10 or more are prohibited in Dunwoody (begins 3/28)

During a virtual meeting held on March 26, the Dunwoody City Council took additional emergency measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Beginning Saturday March 28, all public or private gatherings of 10 people or more are prohibited within the city limits.This includes weddings, religious gatherings, parties, funerals, sporting events, social events and conferences. Exceptions include critical government facilities providing essential services, schools or institutions of higher learning, grocery stores, retail stores in excess of 15,000 square feet, construction sites, pharmacies.… Read More »

Audra’s Fitness Blog: Zooming for Exercise (Video)

by Audra H Anders for The Aha! Connection

I’ve never “Zoomed” until this week.   Now I’ve Zoomed at least 6 times and have several more appointments on my calendar for next week.  I kinda like it and plan to continue to incorporate Zoom into my post-pandemic plans.   When my Fitness Together trainer dudes offered to train me via Zoom, I was very skeptical.  … Read More »

Changes to Misty Creek Streaming Schedule

Misty Creek Community Church will Facebook Live our service this week on Saturday at noon and YouTube broadcast on Sunday at 10:30am. This will be an uplifting, spirit-filled, interactive online worship experience with outstanding music, heartfelt prayers, and dynamic preaching. You will be lovingly welcomed, and you can worship with us safely, from wherever you are.… Read More »

Chicken Salad Chick Delivering to Dunwoody again this Friday 3/27!

Chicken Salad Chick will be delivering to DHS again this Friday 3/27, 4-5pm!

We are taking orders until 5pm on Thursday 3/26.
Please call 770-565-3985 or email csc.providencesquare@gmail.com to place your order.
If you send via email, please include your name and number with you order so we can contact you for payment.
We are taking orders for containers of chicken salad, broccoli salad, and grape salad.… Read More »

Dunwoody Urgent Care: Temporary Hours of Operation 10AM-5PM

Dunwoody Urgent Care is remaining open to treat any and all NON-CORONAVIRUS illnesses and injuries. We are unable to test for or treat COVID-19 illness, but we are happy to answer questions and provide guidance over the phone. We are keeping our waiting room as empty as possible, and we are cleaning and sanitizing our office frequently.… Read More »

DHS Star Student & Teacher (Heo and Graham)

To obtain the STAR nomination, high school students must have the highest score on any single test date of the SAT taken through the November test date of their senior year and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average. STAR Students are asked to name their STAR Teachers, who continue with their STAR Students at every level of the program.… Read More »

Community Coming Together at CAC to Help Those Impacted by Coronavirus

CAC Food Pantry Out of Staples, Seeking Food Donations

 (Sandy Springs, GA) —  The community is coming together at the Community Assistance Center (CAC) to help neighbors hit the hardest by the COVID-10 (coronavirus) outbreak. CAC, the first line of response for people who need support to prevent homelessness and hunger, is focused on providing food to families and individuals that need support and providing financial assistance to make sure that they stay in their homes.… Read More »

Riley Salon – all hair products including hairdryers, brushes and flatirons on sale now!

We regret announcing that due to the recent amendment from the City Of Dunwoody-Government meeting, Riley Salon, along with other ‘grooming’ businesses in the area, are forced to cease performing services for up to 30 days. This time frame could be reduced at a later date by Dunwoody Council.

Riley Salon will still be able to offer our hair care products for sale at the salon, as well as hairdryers, brushes and flatirons.… Read More »



Dunwoody temporarily closes more businesses to protect against COVID-19

With some exceptions, businesses that provide “massage, manicure, hairstyling, or personal grooming services” are required to close at midnight.

Dunwoody, GA – March 23, 2020 – The Dunwoody City Council held a virtual, emergency special called meeting tonight and voted unanimously to require the temporary closure of Dunwoody businesses that provide “massage, manicure, hairstyling, or personal grooming services.”… Read More »

Zooming is Easy (and fun) Here’s How

By Audra H Anders for The Aha! Connection

I must admit that I’d never even heard of Zoom until last week.  I bet most of you don’t even know that before I was “the AHA Connection girl” I was a Project Manager for AT&T responsible for Cisco Telepresence video conferencing installations all over the world.   I managed installations in South Korea, Turkey, Chile, United Kingdom and Costa Rica…just to name a few.  … Read More »