In a letter to the editor, the Dunwoody Women's Club 2021 Home Tour Chairmen thank participants and community supporters for a successful 48th Annual Dunwoody Home Tour. 

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    Johns Creek City Councilman John Bradberry pens a letter to the editor outlining his vision and priorities for the city in 2021.

    Our current plan is to start fresh with a 2021-22 season of live plays and musicals. We will continue to operate our classes online and in person when safe, and we’ll produce online programming.

    As the holiday season approaches, it is a time of joy to be with friends and family that we may have not seen in a while. Also remember it can be a time of sorrow.

    As a long-time resident of Johns Creek, I’ve seen our community come together to support each other through the years. Now, more than ever, it is time to focus our collective energies to help families who are experiencing additional pressures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Resiliency while fa…

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    The Stage Door Players represents the City of Dunwoody’s premiere (and likely oldest) arts organization. Stage Door is well-respected within the Atlanta theater community. This respect was earned by long-time Artistic Director Robert Egizio who, during his 15-plus years at the helm, has buil…

    COVID-19 has impacted us all. I am grateful for how our city, our NGO’s, and our faith-based community continues to respond. The YMCA has programs to facilitate virtual learning. The City of Alpharetta has installed additional programming to allow moms and dads to drop their little ones off.…