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Trouble came into Miaka Palmieri’s life for a reason, and stayed forever. more
The most nerve-wracking moments for Grace Gordy were not the years spent taking a business plan from idea to implementation, or the time spent learning the intricacies of finances to be able to run a business, or even the cascade of decisions regarding what to purchase to draw customers. more
It’s not every day that teens yearn to establish something larger than themselves, but that is exactly what two Johns Creek girls set out to do. more
Becky Powell, 63, has never stopped listening to her father. So when he said it might be a good idea to begin volunteering with The Place of Forsyth 13 years ago, she agreed. more
Juliet Cohen can scarcely remember a time when water and sand and greenery did not surround her. more
In Sanskrit, the ancient language of India, the word “Vibha” means many things, including radiant, shining, brightness, wealth and prosperity. more
When you first meet Cumming resident Cheryl Hansen, her warmth, constant beautiful smile and twinkling brown eyes immediately draw you in. more
Cherith Reid is a dreamer in action. Visitors to her roadside store at the corner of Shiloh and Majors in Cumming can literally see her dreams coming true. more
Alpharetta resident Marianna Raffensperger has a heart for children and her years of quietly volunteering have changed the daily lives of many. more
Karrie Gawron, a former Milton High School band member, currently lives in New York and is a clarinet player for the Brooklyn-based Grand Street Community Band. more
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