Posts by Allison

DC Chamber to Host Women’s Leadership Conference

DC Chamber to Host Women’s Leadership Conference

DC Chamber to Host Women’s Leadership Conference: Who Runs the World on March 21st   Stefanie Diaz The Douglas County Chamber is pleased to announce its new women’s event, Who Runs the World: A Women’s Leadership Conference. The conference is part of the Chamber’s Professional Development Series for 2018 powered by GreyStone Power Corporation. The…

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Georgia Blue Foot and Ankle Celebrates Grand Opening

Georgia Blue Foot and Ankle

Georgia Blue Foot and Ankle owner, Dr. Danielle Green-Watson, staff, family, friends and Chamber Representatives gathered to celebrate the grand opening of their new location by holding a DC Chamber Ribbon Cutting on February 8th. Georgia Blue Foot and Ankle is located at 3387 Highway 5 in Douglasville. They offer podiatric surgical services specializing in pediatrics, trauma,…

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Hazel Burton Receives Spirt of Douglas Award 2018

Hazel Burton Receives Spirt of Douglas Award 2018

Mrs. Hazel Burton holding flowers with Douglas County Commission Chair Dr. Romona Jackson Jones in red, Stewart Middle School Robyn Scott(gray/white business suit), Pastor John Citizen, rear left to right, District Attorney Brian Fortner, Douglasville City Councilman Sam Davis, Douglas County Sheriff Tim Pounds, Solicitor General Matthew Krull. On February 8, 2018, Stewart Middle School…

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Carrollton’s Alpha Pi Chi Chapter helping Others

Carrollton’s Alpha Pi Chi Chapter

Alpha Zeta Chapter of Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Inc. was active last fall and winter in volunteering to help others. The sorority, established in 1963 in Illinois, has maintained a focus on “civic responsibility” and education and community service. After the devastation of Hurricane Maria on the Houston area, the sorority collected new and…

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Landmark Christian School Appoints New Head of School

Landmark Christian School Appoints New Head of School

The Landmark Christian School Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Dr. Jason McMaster as Head of School for Landmark effective July 1, 2018. Dr. McMaster comes to LCS from Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village, California, where he has served since its founding in 2000. At Oaks, Dr. McMaster led the strategic development…

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The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party scheduled for March 17th

The Mad Hatter's Tea Party

The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, an annual favorite since CAC’s earliest days, returns to the Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County on Saturday, March 17th from 11am to 2pm. The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party is a fun and creative opportunity for children from three to ten years old to have an inter-active activity, based on Lewis…

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Make a Cake Cupcake Bar to relocate downtown

Make a Cake Cupcake Bar

Make a Cake Cupcake Bar will be relocating in April from their location at 4040 Chapel Hill Road to downtown Douglasville. The new location is at the intersection of Campbellton Street and Spring Street, diagonally across from the post office. It will be one more dining option in downtown. They are also planning on making…

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Arbor Day Celebration at Hunter Memorial Park

Arbor Day Celebration at Hunter Memorial Park

Thursday. February 15, 2018 12:00 PM – 4:30 PM Keep Douglasville Beautiful, The Douglas County UGA Extension Office, and The West Georgia Green Association will host the 2018 Arbor Day Celebration at Hunter Memorial Park. • Vendor Booths • Educational Presentations • Classes • Door Prizes and Give-Aways Schedule of Classes BEGINNER BONSAI CLASS 12:00PM…

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West Georgia ArtFEST set for mid-April

West Georgia ArtFEST

The 9th annual ArtFEST, sponsored by the Villa Rica Main Street Arts Coalition, will be held at The MILL Amphitheater in historic downtown Villa Rica on Saturday, April 14, between the hours of 10am and 5pm. This free event showcases the works of approximately 50 artists throughout West Georgia, Athens, Marietta, Atlanta and other cities.…

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Schools Make Plans to Celebrate Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month

Door decorations, wax museums, and song and dance are some of the creative ways students in Douglas County will learn about historical figures and important contributions of African Americans during the month of February. New Manchester and Lithia Springs High Schools will feature programs that will be open to the public. The FAME program at…

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