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A ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Forsyth County Courthouse will be held Thursday, March 12 at 10 a.m. The ceremony will be held at Courthouse Square in downtown Cumming. The public is invited to attend. Following the ceremony, guests can to go inside and see the new courthouse.Read more...
Forsyth County Senior Services is hosting a “Celtic Concert” at the Sexton Hall Enrichment Center from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 22, 2015. The Sounds of Sawnee concert band will appear. The event will also feature a bagpipe performance by North Atlanta Pipes & Drums. Refreshments will be included in the concert admission price. The cost is $5 in advance and $8 at the door.
Bill Ballenger, motivational speaker and international recording artist, is bringing his “Break the Grey” program to Forsyth County schools February 23- March 5, 2015. The program discusses issues such as substance abuse, suicide, bullying, peer pressure, self worth, life and death, and inner beauty among high school and middle school students.Read more...
Jeanie Curphey has been named manager of the new Forsyth County Animal Shelter. Curphey has worked at the Forsyth County Animal Shelter since July 2014, serving as shelter coordinator.
Prior to joining Forsyth County, Curphey was a field inspector for the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s Animal Industry Division. Her previous experience also includes teaching, training and management roles. Jeanie also has volunteered extensively with various animal organizations and holds a Bachelor of Science in education.Read more...
Leadership Forsyth's Informational Sessions for community leaders ready to strengthen their community involvement and knowledge while being part of a diverse group of business leaders have been announced. The mission of Leadership Forsyth (LF) is to strengthen Forsyth's community involvement while enhancing individual and collective leadership potential.Read more...
When I received a call from my friend Allie asking me if I wanted to go on a girls’ trip I immediately said yes. I didn’t ask where we were going, who would be joining us or how long our trip would be. I just knew I could use a break and was more than happy to join in. What I didn’t realize at the time is that I would be taken (by car and by ferry) to a most quiet, peaceful and delightful place called Cumberland Island.