Monthly Archives: August 2018

Kroger Helps Fund Nutrition Focus at MDA Summer Camp


Local children living with muscular dystrophy and other life-threatening muscle diseases from Georgia, South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee enjoyed what they call the “best week of the year” at MDA Summer Camp at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, GA. This year MDA Summer Camp added some additional fun with the help and generous support of the local Kroger stores and ...

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Hogansville Secures Grant for Restoration of Royal Theater Roof


The Hogansville City Council unanimously approved a grant application for the restoration of the Royal Theater’s roof on Thursday. The grant is from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Historic Preservation Division. “It’s a 60-40 grant, so should we be awarded the grant, we would be reimbursed partially for renovating and replacing the roof for the Royal Theater building,” said ...

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Pure Life Studios Brings National Talent to LaGrange


Pure Life Studios in LaGrange offers a unique “listening-room” experience. Designed to offer a more intimate appreciation between a singer-songwriter and the audience, Pure Life Studios seats no more than one hundred people, bringing listeners up close and personal with some of the nation’s best blues, acoustic, and other live acts. Unlike other live venues in the area, Pure Life ...

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“Paint the Town”

“Paint the Town,” a community- wide service project, is planning to paint 12 homes in LaGrange in four days September 26- 29. The project, implemented by DASH for La-Grange, Inc., was born out of the realization that many Troup County residents can neither physically manage nor afford routine maintenance and painting of their homes. Paint the Town impacts the entire ...

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