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Becoming a teenager is a big deal. So on Caroline Schiltz’s 13th birthday in January, her parents, Randy and Casey Schiltz of Cumming, gave her the gift of travel. more
Like many artists, Sherri Murphy never had visions of owning her own business, but simply focused her talents on making unique jewelry for friends and family who loved her work and ultimately encouraged her creative potential. more
At one point, Diane Smith’s son, Sam, was thought to be disobedient, color blind and unable to test well. more
To put words to the life Jacqueline Vergez has lived — and is living — is to describe a journey with constantly changing narratives, heartbreaks and triumphs, but above all, a life lived with purpose. more
Terry Newton never thought of herself as the type of person who travels to other countries to help disabled orphans. more
Where others may see the ordinary, artist Britt Bass Turner sees a canvas soon to be alive with splashes of color. more
In the summer of 2012, Marilynn Martinez decided to open a place where adults with developmental disabilities can go to work, including her son Connor. more
For more than 20 years, the Hunter family has been a part of the Christmas holidays for thousands of families, providing the trees, wreaths and other festive trimmings from their family Christmas tree farm. more
Art has always been about exploration and enjoyment for Milton High School senior and artist Erin Machado. more
Tamara Fuller was an executive consultant for decades traveling four days a week. more
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