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Faith leaders and mental health specialists have long touted the need to look outside of ourselves and give back to our community and to those in need. more
Going to the gym is something many women work into their daily or weekly routines. But, for Kerry Carithers, it is her passion. more
Skyler Bolling started cooking five years ago by making breakfast for her family. She was 10. Her younger sister helped. more
For more than two decades, Kimbrle Matherly has had a front-row seat to the transformation of North Fulton -- particularly Alpharetta. more
Diane Campbell’s inner business compass always pointed to “entrepreneur.” more
It’s a glorious spring day in Atlanta, and Colleen Brouillette and Jennifer Taffe are hard at work changing the lives of yet another family. more
Growing up with a mother who was a former Miss North Carolina, one could assume Sabrina Elson would be competing in pageants before she could walk. But for the sophomore at Johns Creek High … more
The safety net that unfolded under Suellen Daniels during a period of adversity opened her eyes to the quiet needs within her own community, and the determination to do something about it. more
The average American is said to drink 3.2 cups of coffee a day. more
Tucked away in a small house, off a lightly traveled side road in downtown Alpharetta, sits the center of a global organization that has impacted thousands of people in developing countries around … more
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