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Home Town News Atlanta, a family publishing firm, was established in 1990, with the concept of providing quality, positive news to communities in the northeast metro Atlanta area. These eight publications are distributed to more than 3,000 businesses and have a circulation of more than 300,000:

BROOKHAVEN BUZZ - covering Buckhead, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville and Dunwoody. DECATUR DISPATCH -

covering Decatur, Druid Hills, Emory, Toco Hills and Sage Hill. DUNWOODY DISPATCH - covering Dunwoody East and surrounding areas. LILBURN LIVING - covering Lilburn, Mountain Park, Stone Mountain and Lawrenceville. MIDTOWN MESSENGER - covering Peachtree, Piedmont and surrounding areas. NORCROSS NEWS - covering Norcross, Duluth, Peachtree Corners. PONCE PRESS - covering Virginia Highland, Morningside, Little Five Points, Grant Park and Poncey Highland. TUCKER TIMES - covering Tucker, Northlake, Clarkston, Smoke Rise and Stone Mountain. OUR STAFF:

Publisher: Janet Jubilee ([email protected])

Editor: Tiffany Jaquins ([email protected])

Contributing Writers: Paul Hudson,, Dean Hesse, Dick Funderburke

Photography: Dean Hesse

Advertising Sales: Linda Bell, Elaine Groves, Kathy Forte. Production: Greater Georgia Printers

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Ph: 770-493-3003

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12/25/2018

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11/29/2018

Be Sure to Check Out the Lights @ Costely Mill! Have a Happy Holiday Season!

11/06/2018

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10/01/2018

Its Finally October! Time To Get Spooky!

Did You Know We Have an Olympian Right Here in Atlanta? Be Sure to Grab One of Our October Periodicals for the Inside Sc...
09/27/2018

Did You Know We Have an Olympian Right Here in Atlanta? Be Sure to Grab One of Our October Periodicals for the Inside Scoop on Champion Fencer: Iosif Vitebskiy!

09/23/2018

Today's the Day! It's Do-si-Dosa Pop-Up at Doggy Dogg Here in Decatur Square! Swing on By From 5-8 P.M.!

09/19/2018

Love Indian Food? Vegetarian? Mark Your Calendar's for Do-si-Dosa Pop-Up this Sunday at Doggy Dogg From 5-8 P.M. in Decatur Square!

09/14/2018

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09/08/2018

Be Sure to Check Out the High Museum of Art, Atlanta "Second Sundays" Tomorrow! FREE Admission for All Visitors from Noon to 5 p.m.! There will also be Special Programming from 1 to 4 p.m.!

‪Be Sure to Head Out to the Summer Shade Festive this Saturday at Grant Park!! For More Info Check Out http://www.summer...
08/23/2018

‪Be Sure to Head Out to the Summer Shade Festive this Saturday at Grant Park!! For More Info Check Out http://www.summershadefestival.org

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Upcoming Auditions for Collegium Vocale!
08/03/2018

ANNOUNCEMENT: Upcoming Auditions for Collegium Vocale!

07/31/2018

Happy 23rd Birthday to Dad's Garage Theatre Company!!

07/20/2018

No Gluten? No Worries! Grab some Goodies from No Gluten Inc. Located at 1355 Rock Mountain Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA :D
Open M-F 9-5!
Closed Saturday and Sundays

07/10/2018

Need some Fun this Friday? Head Over to the Dine-In Movie Night at Briarwood Park from 9-11 P.M.! :D

07/04/2018

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06/27/2018

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06/19/2018

Want a fun way to get around? Check out the Atlanta Bicycle Barn! Open 10 A.M.-7 P.M. 7 Days a Week!

06/17/2018

Happy Father's Day!

06/12/2018

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DeKalb County Sending 90 Entries to 2018 GHSA State Track Meets Competition at the GHSA State Track Meets begin on Thurs...
05/10/2018

DeKalb County Sending 90 Entries to 2018 GHSA State Track Meets

Competition at the GHSA State Track Meets begin on Thursday at three sites with 90 DCSD student athletes competing for individual and team state titles.

DeKalb has 16 of its 19 schools with track programs represented by at least one athlete including 47 girls and 43 boys along with 16 girls’ relay teams and 13 boy’s relay teams as the state track meets finish with the track finals on Saturday.

Three-time defending champions Cedar Grove Saints lead the way as they send nine individuals and three relay teams to the Class 3A Boys’ State Meet at Hugh Mills Stadium in Albany.

Coach Jimmy Smith’s squad is going for its fourth consecutive Class 3A boys’ title led by sprinters Israel Spivey and Kortney Cox as both qualified in the 100 and 200-meter dashes and Cox also in the triple jump.

Defending Class 3A 110-meter high hurdles champ Jadon Haselwood returns to defend his title and also compete in the 300 hurdles along with teammate Dimitri Cooper. Keshun Byrd is set to compete in the high jump, long jump and triple jump.

The Saints also have one 4x100m relay team and two 4x400m relay teams qualified to compete.

Redan has two individuals and two relay teams competing while McNair and Towers qualified a pair of individuals and Stone Mountain one.

Cedar Grove also leads the way in the girls’ Class 3A qualifying for DCSD with eight individuals and three relay teams headed to the competition.

Roben Heard (100M, 200M), Jada Hall (100M, 200M), Hadiya Barnwell (400m, triple jump) Chanlor McGhee (100m hurdles, 300m hurdles) and Antania Swain (shot put, discus) have all qualified in two events at state. The girls have one 4x100m relay team and two 4x400m relay teams set to run.

Redan has a pair of qualifiers led by Samira Allen (100m hurdles, 300m hurdles) and a relay entry in both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays. Stone Mountain is sending Toni Pellington to compete in the high jump and long jump field events.

Class 5A
Five DeKalb schools are set to send participants to the Class 5A State Meet at Grisham Stadium in Carrollton in the three-day event starting on Thursday.

Coach Eric Keddo’s Miller Grove girls’ team leads the way as nine individuals are qualified along with three relay teams as they try to break a three-year state title drought by DeKalb at the girls’ state meet. Keddo’s team was the last to win back in 2014.

Defending 800m run state champ Emoni Coleman returns to defend her title as well as going for the gold in the 1600m run and Kayla Williams is ready to perform in the high jump and triple jump. The Lady Wolverines have one entry in the 4x100m relay and two in the 4x400m relay.

Arabia Mountain is sending a strong contingent to Carrollton as well with six individuals and two relay teams. The individual entries are led by Samaria Allen who is set to compete in the 300m hurdles, long jump and triple jump. Destiny Walker hit the track in the 100m and 200m dashes for the Lady Rams which has one entry in both the 4x100m and 4x400m relays.

Southwest DeKalb has two individuals and a 4x100m relay team competing while Chamblee has two individuals led by distance runner Beining Xiao in the 1600m and 3200m runs.

The Wolverines lead the boys’ contingent with four individuals and three relay teams set to compete. Walik Robinson is set for both the 110m hurdles and 300m hurdles. Miller Grove has one entry in the 4x100m relay and two in the 4x400m relay.

Arabia Mountain’s Jordan Barrow leads four competitors and the 4x100m relay team into competition for the Rams. Barrow is set for three invents including the 100m and 200m dashes and the long jump.

Nicholas Edwards leads three Southwest DeKalb Panthers as the Region and Sectional top performer in the shot put and discus looks for gold. Chamblee’s Charles Holt (3200m run) and Clarkston’s Ngabo Daniel (1600m run) are also headed to Carrollton.

Class 6A
Stephenson leads four DCSD schools into the Class 6A state championship at Grisham Stadium in Carrollton this weekend with five individual and two relay teams in both the girls’ and boys’ meet.

Simone Harper leads the Lady Jaguars group as she is set for both the 100m hurdles and long jump competitions. Stephenson has an entry in both the 4x100m relay and 4x400m relay.

Martin Luther King Jr. is just behind with four girls’ individuals led by Sectional 100m and 200m dash champ Kayla Hunt. The Lady Lions also have entries in the 4x100m and 4x400m relays.

Dunwoody has three girls’ headed to Carrollton led by Ariel Lawrence in the long jump and triple jump.

The Jaguars individual competitors are led by up and coming freshman Bradley Favors who is headed to compete in the 200m and 400m dashes. Stephenson has an entry in both the 4x100m relay and 4x400m relay.

Jhivon Wilson leads a trio of Martin Luther King Jr. Lions into the state meet as he qualified in both the 100m and 200m dashes. The Lions are set to compete in the 4x100m relay as well.

Tucker has a pair of individuals in DeKairi Brown (high jump) and Justin Mitchell (triple jump) going to Carrollton.

Class 4A/7A
DeKalb has a small contingent headed to Berry College in Rome this weekend with six individuals and two relays readying for the Class 4A and Class 7A state meets.

Druid Hills has Genevieve Ferrara (800m run) and Amber Austin (300m hurdles) and a 4x400m relay set in the Class 4A girls’ meet. The Red Devils entries include Clark Shepherd (long jump) and the boys’ 4x400m relay squad.

Lakeside is sending three girls to run in the Class 7A meet including Chanel Bishop (200m dash), Emma Hanson (3200m run) and Nyla Fuqua (300m hurdles).

Mark Brock
DCSD Athletics
Athletic Specialist for Media Relations

The 2018 Good Neighbor Day Airshow will be Saturday, May 19 from 12 to 5pm! Free admission. $10 on site parking.
05/08/2018

The 2018 Good Neighbor Day Airshow will be Saturday, May 19 from 12 to 5pm! Free admission. $10 on site parking.

Don't Forget! The 2018 Good Neighbor Day Airshow will be Saturday, May 19 from 12 to 5pm!

05/07/2018

A nice breakdown of HB 673 the "Hand -Free" bill just signed into law by Governor Deal. Info courtesy of Bee Nguyen, Representative for Georgia House District 89.

The "hands-free" bill goes in to effect July 1 and will change the way Georgians interact with our roads. In 2016, more than 1,500 people died in motor vehicle accidents in Georgia. The top three killers: speed, alcohol, and distracted driving. Over a two-year period, from 2014-2016, Georgia was among the top five states for increases in motor vehicle deaths.
Starting July 1, drivers will be prohibited from:
• Holding or supporting, with any part of the body, a wireless telecommunications device or stand-alone electronic;

• Writing, sending, or reading any text-based communication, including texts or e-mail, while holding your phone;

• Watching a video or movie other than watching data related to the navigation of your vehicle (GPS);

• Recording a video.
The penalties for violating the new law includes a fine and points on your driver licenses:
• First offense: $50 fine and 1 point on license;
• Second offense: $100 fine and 2 points on license;
• Third offense: $150 fine and 3 points on license.
*There will be a 90-day grace period before penalties are issued.

What's allowable under the bill?
• Speaking or texting while using hands-free technology; using an earpiece to talk on the phone;

• Wearing and using a smart watch;

• Using radios, CB radios, CB radio hybrids, commercial two-way radios, subscription-based emergency commutations devices, prescribed medical services, amateur or ham radios and "in-vehicle security, navigation or remote diagnostics' system;

• Execeptions are allowable under these circumstantances:
o Reporting a traffic accident, medical emergency, fire, a crime or delinquent act or hazardous road condition.
o Using your your device while lawfully parked (not a stoplight).
o People who are performing official duties, such as police, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, ambulance drivers, and other first responders.

A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Title 40 of the O.C.G.A., relating to motor vehicles and traffic, so as to prohibit actions which distract a driver while operating a motor vehicle; to provide for the proper and safe use of wireless telecommunications devices while driving; to provide for defin...

05/04/2018

UPDATE FROM DEKALB COUNTY REGARDING WATER MAIN BREAK ON LAVISTA ROAD at 13:00HRS. MAY 4.
Lavista Road Reopened After Water Main Repairs
Sidewalk restoration to be completed next week

All travel lanes on Lavista Road near Henderson Road in Tucker have been reopened. This week, DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management located and repaired a broken 16-inch main and repaved the damaged streets.

DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management will continue restoration efforts with sidewalks and curbing repairs scheduled to be completed next week.

Customers may notice slightly discolored water due to current work being completed. Residents are encouraged to allow the faucet to run until the water runs clear.

For more information, contact the DeKalb County Watershed Department at 770-270-6243.

DeKalb Offers Residents Free Disposal at Landfill“Amnesty Day” scheduled May 19The DeKalb County Sanitation Division wil...
05/04/2018

DeKalb Offers Residents Free Disposal at Landfill
“Amnesty Day” scheduled May 19

The DeKalb County Sanitation Division will host the “2nd Annual Landfill Amnesty Day” event on Saturday, May 19, 2018, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., at the county-owned Seminole Road Landfill, 4203 Clevemont Road, Ellenwood, GA 30294.

Residents will have an opportunity to dispose of bagged garbage, yard trimmings, tree parts, bulky items, such as furniture and small and large appliances, and special collection items, such as tires and construction and demolition materials. No hazardous materials will be accepted. The event is free and open only to DeKalb County residents. Proof of residency will be requested.

Amnesty Day is part of the “Operation Spring Clean Sweep 2018” campaign, a multi-departmental initiative focused on litter removal, illegal dumping, and removing debris, trash and grass from streets, neighborhoods, sidewalks, roadway drains and county rights of way.

For more information, contact Pauline A. Andrea, DeKalb County Sanitation Division public relations manager, at 404-971-2892 or [email protected], visit www.dekalbsanitation.com, or follow on Twitter.

To provide an efficient, cost-effective and sustainable integrated solid waste management program through garbage, recyclable materials and yard trimmings collection, processing and disposal services for residents and commercial entities in unincorporated DeKalb and the cities of Brookhaven, Dunwood...

New restaurant alert! Check out Four Seasons Asian Cuisine in Norcross. Coupons in May issue of Norcross News.
05/04/2018

New restaurant alert! Check out Four Seasons Asian Cuisine in Norcross. Coupons in May issue of Norcross News.

CHAMBLEE POLICE DEPARTMENT HOLDS INAUGURAL JUNIOR POLICE ACADEMY  The Chamblee Police Department invites students age 13...
05/03/2018

CHAMBLEE POLICE DEPARTMENT HOLDS INAUGURAL JUNIOR POLICE ACADEMY

The Chamblee Police Department invites students age 13 – 15 years old to register for the inaugural Junior Police Academy, which will take place Monday, June 4 - Friday, June 8, 2018.

The Academy will teach students about the Police Department and encourages a positive relationship between Chamblee youth and law enforcement. Classes include lessons on the criminal justice system, 911 communications, fingerprinting, traffic enforcement and safety, crime prevention, self-defense, K-9 demonstration, criminal investigation and crime scene processing and tours of the Chamblee Police Department and DeKalb County Jail. The week will culminate with a graduation ceremony, where parents are invited to celebrate the accomplishments of their students.

“This program will give local youth exposure into what it is like to be an officer, work in public safety or in the judicial system. It also will be a great experience for them to work hand in hand with our police officers. We hope this program will continue to grow for years to come,” says Chamblee Police Chief Donny Williams.

Classes will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Chamblee Police department located at 3518 Broad Street, Chamblee Ga. 30341. Lunch will be provided each day.

The program is open to students who live or go to school in the City of Chamblee. There is no fee to attend, but each student is required to get a letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, principal or clergy member, and due to limited space, applications will be selected based upon a first come, first served basis. Applications are available at www.chambleega.com/DocumentCenter/View/2270/Jr-Academy-Application-Packet. The deadline for submission is May 25, 2018.

For questions on the Junior Police Academy, please contact Lori Bradburn at [email protected]. For more information on the City of Chamblee please visit www.chambleega.gov or call 770-986-5010.

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Remembrance Poppy Inspired by WWI PoemPoppy days have become a familiar tradition in almost every American community and...
05/03/2018

Remembrance Poppy Inspired by WWI Poem

Poppy days have become a familiar tradition in almost every American community and as Memorial Day approaches you will notice various veteran patriotic groups handing out poppies.
Distribution of the bright red memorial flower to the public is one of the oldest and most widely recognized programs of the American Legion Auxiliary.
From the battlefields of World War I, weary soldiers brought home the memory of a barren landscape transformed by wild poppies, red as the blood that had soaked the soil. By that miracle of nature, the spirit of their lost comrades lived on.
The poppy became a symbol of the sacrifice of lives in war and represented the hope that none had died in vain.
The American Legion Auxiliary poppy has continued to bloom for the casualties of wars, its petals of paper bound together for veterans by veterans, reminding America each year that the men and women who have served and died for their country deserve to be remembered.
The poppy, as a memorial to the war dead can be traced to a single individual, Moina Michael, an American professor and humanitarian, who was so moved by Lt. Col. John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields,” that she wrote a response:
…the blood of heroes never dies
But lends a luster to the red
Of the flowers that bloom above the dead
In Flanders Fields.

“In Flanders Fields” is a war poem in the form of a solemn rondeau written during the First World War by Canadian physician and Lt. Col. John McCrae. He was inspired to write it May 3, 1915, after presiding over the funeral of a friend and fellow soldier Alexis Helmer, who died during the Second Battle of Ypres.

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved, and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from falling hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

-Lt. Col. John McCrae

Thanks to Carol Ann Boyd
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 207 Tucker
President

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Hits Record Breaking Volunteer Numbers The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System rec...
05/03/2018

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Hits Record Breaking Volunteer Numbers

The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System recently celebrated National Volunteer Appreciation Week by recognizing the record breaking achievement and lifetime total of 20,000 volunteers serving over 1.2 million volunteer hours, marking the 10th year volunteer services have topped the $1 million mark in value for service. In 2017, 2,562 volunteers donated 62,670 hours, valued at $1,512,853.80 in donated services. This year’s theme, “Volunteers Make Our Hearts Sing” falls in concert with the National Summer Reading Theme, “Libraries Rock.”

The 28th Annual Volunteer Recognition Award Program welcomed over 105 people to the Central Library in downtown Atlanta, where 238 volunteers were recognized during the ceremony. Awards were also given out at smaller celebrations throughout the Library System, honoring supporters from every part of the County. Special guest speaker, Fulton County Commissioner Natalie Hall, District 4, highlighted the importance of service to community while addressing attendees. Also on hand to present awards to guest were Library Director, Dr. Gabriel Morley, Board of Trustees Chair, Paul Kaplan, Vice Chair, Phyllis D. Bailey and member Joseph Piontek.

Library volunteers help the library throughout the year by shelving materials, teaching coding, English as a second language (ESL), Tai Chi and yoga, as well as by serving as clerical assistants, children’s program assistants, tax aides, special event hosts and more – in most of the Library System’s 34 branches. Volunteers with 11 community groups and 23 Friends of the Library groups were active serving over 27,800 hours last year.

Some special milestones celebrated during the ceremony include: six volunteers receiving the Millennium Award for reaching over 1,000 hours of service to the Library System, two volunteers reached 20 years of service, seven volunteers celebrated 15 years of service, 20 volunteers hit their 10 years of service mark and 28 volunteers celebrated 5 years of service. In addition to all the adults honored, teen volunteers were also honored with the National President’s Volunteer Service Award for their service and youth volunteers of the year included Insiya Motiwala for her work with the Teen Advisory Board at Milton Library and Haley Whetstone for her bilingual storytime at Washington Park Library.

Additional honors included:
· The Harriet Macklin Adult Volunteer of the Year - Lynn Isenberg, Milton Library
· Northside Friends president and Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Foundation Chair Nina Radakovich
· New Volunteer of the Year, Kokumo Jones, Palmetto Library
· Staff Award for Effective Work with Volunteers, Jason Blackstock, Milton Library
· National President’s Call to Service Award, Sue Quinby, Friends of the Northeast/Spruill Oaks Library President, Lifetime Volunteer (4,000+ hours)
Top award winning volunteers and staff presented a check for the $1,512,853.80 in donated services to Commissioner Natalie Hall, Library Director, Dr. Gabriel Morley, Board of Trustees Chair, Paul Kaplan and Vice Chair, Phyllis D. Bailey and Board Member, Joseph Piontek.


Photo provided by: Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System

Caption - Commissioner Natalie Hall, Deepali Raghuwanshi, teen bronze award winners Mayank Raghuwanshi and David Clemons, Kysh Clemons and Dr. Gabriel Morley celebrate the teens’ service to the library. The Library System awards teens and young adults with the National President’s Volunteer Service Awards for serving over 50 hours annually.

Public Invited As DeKalb County Police  Honor Fallen OfficersThe month of May is recognized as a time for law enforcemen...
05/02/2018

Public Invited As DeKalb County Police Honor Fallen Officers

The month of May is recognized as a time for law enforcement agencies throughout the country to honor fallen officers and their families.
In keeping with this tradition, the DeKalb County Police Department is recognizing its officers during the annual Fallen Officers Memorial Service, Wednesday, May 9, 2018.
The service pays respect to the officers who gave their all while protecting and serving the county.
DeKalb will also recognize fallen officers from Clarkston, Decatur, Doraville, DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, DeKalb County Marshall’s Office, MARTA, Pine Lake and Stone Mountain.
The memorial service brings surviving family members, police officers, elected officials, community groups and friends together to commemorate the lives of those fallen heroes. The Fallen Officer Memorial includes the names of officers lost in the line of duty. The service ends with a 21-gun salute and helicopter flyover.

Wednesday May 9, 2018 at 10 a.m. Where: DeKalb Historic Center (Old Courthouse)
101 East Court Square Decatur, GA. 30030

(2017 photo: Dean Hesse)

05/01/2018

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Hello Tucker, Ga..... - I NEED YOUR HELP!!! Jack Sartain

Again on July 3rd- in the middle of Main Street- "the City of Tucker"... meaning you and me ALONG WITH A FEW THOUSAND OTHERS - - - -will again celebrate the BIRTHDAY OF THE USA - THE 4th OF JULY on (WEDNESDAY) the 3rd of JULY!!!(WEDNESDAY)

I do need your HELP..... HERE'S HOW!! come join in the activity and sing three songs as a group. You will lead the 3,000-4,000 Tucker-ites in attendance in "God Bless America", "The National Anthem" and "America"!

Thanks to Sonja Szubsky, City of Tucker's Community Connector, for putting all this together! She is organizing lots of things to make this another successful event! The first of these - last year on July 3rd - was fun and everyone involved enjoyed the experience! Let's do it again.....

Please let me know if you, your whole choir or your entire community chorus can participate. Please invite everyone you know ....Can we have 100 singers????

We can inform a geometric number of people IF YOU WILL PLEASE FORWARD THUS MESSAGE TO YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS.
THERE IS NO NEED FOR A REHEARSAL YOU KNOW THESE SONGS AND I WILL HAVE A SHEET FOR YOU AT THE EVENT AS A LITTLE REMINDER IF YOU NEED IT!!

THE TIME HAS NOT BEEN MADE FIRM FOR US TO GATHER AT THE EVENT - THAT WILL COME LATER...(PLANNING STILL IN FLUX)...WE WILL GATHER EARLY EVENING AS I GET THE INFORMATION.....STAND BY.....
BUT I WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO LET ME KNOW NOW YOUR INTEREST..............HERE'S HOW............
1 - E MAIL [email protected]; 2. TEXT 770 856 1377; OR 3: ON MY FACEBOOK PAGE( Jack Sartain -mine - not the two others you find on Facebook!!) ..

THANKS FOR RESPONDING - JACK SARTAIN
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Did you know that Tim Mack is an accused predator? He has many victims who have come against him for sexual assault, r**e, and abuse.

Atlanta magazine had to remove the article they published about Tim Mack on the same day due to community outcry. They are now interviewing his victims.

Please do not promote this awful person when there are so many circus schools and performance troupes in Atlanta that provide a safe space.

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