Posts For Tag: "Atlanta"

The Power of Perseverance

Robert Kennedy is quoted saying, “Tragedy is a tool for the living to gain wisdom, not a guide by which to live.” For Willie Nesbitt, circumstantial hardships have been plentiful
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Defying the Odds

When the odds seemed stacked against her, Lyric McGhee found solace in the living room of her sister’s apartment – specifically, the couch. “I had to sleep on the couch
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Living Small in Atlanta

In the 1960s and 70s, the average home size was 1,600 square feet for 3.5 people. Today, houses average 2,600 square feet for 2.5 people. As houses are getting bigger,
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Success Story: Kelly Ngu

A Perfect Match Step one – tap your shoes on a sticky mat to remove rogue dust. Step two – place cloth covers over your shoes. Step three – put a hair net over your hair, or
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Happiness on Two Wheels

Just as they outgrow shoes and clothes, kids outgrow bikes. In fact, more than eight million bikes are outgrown every year. What was once their perfect activity companion is now
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Theatre-To-Go on the Good Works Show

As they say, “the show must go on.” And for Atlanta’s seniors, the show continues to play, wherever those seniors may be. Theatre-To-Go provides professional live theatre and interactive experiences
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