SAVE THE LAST DANCE

Two weeks ago, our senior adults from 15 of our Walton communities gathered at Piedmont Church in Marietta for a special celebration. The Second Annual Legacy Luncheon was much anticipated, and it didn't disappoint. Residents arrived at the venue full of excitement and ready to have some fun. Each person was greeted at the door…

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A BUNCH FOR BRUNCH

One of the favorite activities for the residents of Woodstock West by Walton is Saturday Brunch. JT and Tina Ackerman, the CARES Team, prepare a delicious brunch menu to tempt residents from their apartment homes and down to the Cherokee Room or the poolside cabana twice each month. Maybe it's the smell of the delicious,…

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TRAIN UP A CHILD

It's a brand new school year and in all of our communities, children are making the transition from easy-going summer fun to school time structure and learning. Of course, there's plenty of fun to be had in the learning process…it's all in the approach. That's why the Adventure Center program, provided by Parents with a…

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A CUP OF COOL WATER

Last night, I was anxiously awaiting the delivery of new flooring that I had ordered for my home. After 25 years, I am finally changing the carpet in the upstairs bedrooms. Long overdue! When the truck finally arrived, it was late evening. The two men on the truck had been working in the sweltering heat…

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HOME OF THE BRAVES

The Atlanta Braves are coming to Cobb County. With Opening Day set for 2017, the area is abuzz with construction — not just on the stadium and the new Suntrust Park, but also on the connecting roads and interchanges. It's an exciting time for Cobb County and all of the north metro suburbs. Finally, a stadium that…

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SAFETY IN THE WATER

It's summertime and our pools are brimming with activity. After all, spending time at the pool is a favorite summer pastime. That clear, sparkling water is just so much FUN, and it's something that kids look forward to the minute pools open. Despite the fun, though, it's a sobering fact that more than 600 children…

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