By Michelle Boaen Jameson Photos courtesy GNPS At approximately 800 members strong, the Georgia Native Plant Society has been around for almost 24 years.
Nearly five years ago, Lessie Smithgall described the ground-breaking ceremony of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, A Smithgall Woodland Legacy, as “a dream come true.”
Photos and story by Pamela A. Keene When people think of potters, the image of someone sitting at a wheel elbow-deep in clay shaping
Story by Norm Cannada Photos by David Barnes Retirement is certainly not slowing down Martha Nesbitt. Nesbitt, who retired in 2012 as president of
Story for Home Magazine | Photos courtesy Oakwood Occasions Dannella Burnett has been planning events since 1993 when she started catering at age 15.
A woman who has led one of the largest healthcare organizations in the state to numerous state and national awards is now being recognized
The Southern girl has beat the cancer twice, and with her health restored, she spends her days making sure that the young men around her continue to get the best education possible.
Dennis K. Scheidt of Cumming, a retired hospital CEO, says he wants “to encourage people.” Randy and Friends is a nonprofit organization in Gainesville
New book highlights trailblazing women of the 19th century Story by Pamela A. Keene Habersham County resident Robin Warren knew she had to go
National author comes to Hall for book luncheon as the history center opens its exhibit on historical homes Story by Pamela A. Keene It’s