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Are you a senior living in South Fulton?

Are you looking for a fun date?

Want someone to share your holiday with?

Enjoy an afternoon of mixing and mingling at the East Point Library, 2757 Main Street, East Point, GA 30344 this Wednesday, October 20, 2010 from 2:30-3:30. For questions or to reserve your space  contact Leslie Bridges, Program Coordinator for the East Point NORC at 404.762.2094.

Disney and Steve Harvey are Calling for 100 High School Students...Apply Now!!!

Atlanta, GA--  Steve Harvey is looking for 100 high school students to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will open their minds, change their lives and help them shine their brightest. There is only 30 more days to Apply!!! Atlanta is known for always being represented in the group of 100, so let's do it again and get our applications in!


Atlanta Tech Students Travel to Germany

Tomorrow, twenty-two students, faculty and staff members from Atlanta Technical College (ATC) will depart for a two-week educational and cultural experience in Detmold, Germany. While in Germany, the group will meet with the Prince and Princess of Lippe, the Mayor of Detmold, and members of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.  During a two-day excursion to Berlin, the delegation will meet with Philip Murphy, the U.S. Ambassador to Germany and visit the German Parliament.

Mayor Kasim Reed Names new Atlanta Airport GM

Atlanta, GA--  Mayor Kasim Reed today announced that Louis Miller, former Executive Director and CEO of Tampa International Airport, will be the new Aviation General Manager at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

“I am pleased that Louis Miller has agreed to partner with me and the City of Atlanta in our efforts to maintain Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport  as the world’s busiest passenger airport and enhance its role as the primary economic engine for the region,” said Mayor Reed. “Under the experienced leadership of Louis Miller, I am confident that the airport’s safety, security and amenities for passengers will improve dramatically.

Local College Park Youth Raises Funds for Cardiovascular Research at Morehouse School of Medicine

Atlanta, GA-- Chalyse Ford has big dreams of someday becoming a professional dancer. Just 12 years old, the College Park resident has already accomplished more than many adults.  A 7th grader at Hapeville Charter School, Chalyse Ford is a dancer, walker, and yes, a philanthropist.  Lately, she has focused a lot of time on walking for a good cause--to raise funds to support cardiovascular research at Morehouse School of Medicine.

A member of St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church in East Point, Ga., Chalyse has organized a walk-a thon for cardiovascular research at her church for the past two years, contributing more than $1,500 to MSM to benefit the Institution’s Cardiovascular Research Institute, a nationally recognized center of research excellence in cardiovascular science.

Chalyse’s interest began when she learned a church member experienced symptoms of stroke. Fortunately, the member took quick action and today is doing well.