Go down the rabbit hole with Alice this weekend

Go down the rabbit hole with Alice this weekend

Join us down the Rabbit Hole as A Company of Friends Theatrical Productions presents the mystery filled family play written by local playwrights, Tammy Barton and Gayann Truelove; “The Adventure’s of Alice in Wonderland” and Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. All your favorite characters from Wonderland are here including Alice, The always late White Rabbit, The mysterious and ever changing Cheshire […]

King competing in design contest

King competing in design contest

Peachtree City native Valerie King is vying for the title of 2015 Emerging Designer during the fifth annual Birmingham Fashion Week in May. King, a junior majoring in journalism and apparel and textile design at the University of Alabama, is one of 16 semi-finalists selected to showcase her looks on the runway during this year’s […]

McIntosh grads honored by UGA

McIntosh grads honored by UGA

McIntosh High School graduates Ashley Gibson and Wes Roberts, both Class of 2011, were recently honored by the University of Georgia. Roberts received the prestigious Terry Business School Alumni Student of the Year Award and Gibson was one of the four finalists. Gibson also received the Excellence in International Business Award, Academic Excellence Award and […]

Peachtree City native is presenter at Harvard conference

Peachtree City native is presenter at Harvard conference

Priscilla Lee, a Peachtree City native and junior film, photography, video & visual arts major in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, was a recent presenter at the 13th Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Alumni of Color Conference. Lee presented an interactive session on cultivating cross-racial empathy in race-focused higher education […]

Fayette students dominate science, engineering fair

Fayette students dominate science, engineering fair

Fayette County’s middle and high school students recently took top honors at the 67th Georgia Science and Engineering Fair. Ten students in the junior and senior divisions of the competition were recognized with first, second, third, and fourth place honors. They are (middle school – junior division) Caitlin van Zyl and Jacqui van Zyl of J.C. […]

David Barlow named to state board

David Barlow named to state board

Fayette County Commissioner David Barlow has recently been unanimously elected to serve as vice chairman of the Georgia Public Health Association. The Georgia Public Health Association (GPHA) is a non-profit corporation comprised of a large group of public health professions who promote the public and personal health of Georgia’s citizens.  The GPHA also assists the […]

Richmond earns new certification

Richmond earns new certification

Coweta County GIS Analyst Clint Richmond has completed certification as a GIS Professional (GISP) by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI). A GISP is a certified Geographic Information Systems Professional who has met the minimum standards for ethical conduct and professional practice as established by the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI). GISCI certification requires achievement in three […]

Lowe wins history award

Lowe wins history award

James Franklin Lowe of Fayetteville is an award winner in the annual history essay contest sponsored at Samford University by the Birmingham Center of Colonial Dames of America. Lowe won 8th place and a $300 cash award for “We Were Armed with Only the Rosary in Our Hands: Marie Madeline Hachard and the Women Religious […]