July 2017 Around Town 2

Chiropractic is coming to the 
Camp Creek Marketplace

Touch of Life Family Chiropractic is excited to announce the relocation of their office to the Camp Creek Marketplace in July 2017.  With a mission to empower, educate and encourage the principles of health and wellness, Dr. Patrice Thompson believes that every person has the potential to achieve optimal health.  It is her goal to unlock their God-given potential through chiropractic care.

Located at 3645 Marketplace Blvd. Suite 170, East Point, GA, you can expect world-class services such as Prenatal/Pediatric Chiropractic, ChiroKids, Family Wellness, Senior Care, and Personal Injury.  With an on-site digital x-ray system, Touch of Life Family Chiropractic will utilize specific scientifically-based chiropractic care and individualized health plans to ensure that your body is able to function at its fullest potential.

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New City of South Fulton 
Swears in Officials

The inaugural swearing-in ceremony for the new mayor and city council of the city of South Fulton was held at Banneker High School. Excitement about the new city buzzed through the large crowd. Congratulations to all election winners and we at South Fulton Lifestyle look forward to working with each of you.

Billye Aaron and Carolyn Young 
Co-Chair Bridge Builder Awards

The 16th annual Bridge Builder Awards was held at the Delta Flight Museum. Cascade residents Mrs. Carolyn Young and Mrs. Billye Aaron, and their husbands Andrew and Hank, were co-chairs of the 2017 awards. Presented by the Atlanta Technical College Foundation, the program honored persons who have built bridges to make Atlanta a better place. This annual fundraiser benefits Atlanta Technical College students.

Serenbe Playhouse Presents A New Spin on Robin Hood featuring Zip Lines Through the Forest

Serenbe Playhouse, recipient of the prestigious American Theatre Wing grant, and recently honored with the most Suzi Bass Awards for a musical in Atlanta (Miss Saigon), is pleased to present Robin Hood, new adaptation by Rachel Teagle. The show is directed by Broadway’s Paul McGill with original music by Grammy nominee John Burke. The show runs through August 13. Performance times are Fridays and Saturdays at 11 a.m. & Sundays at 2 p.m. Single tickets are on sale now online at SerenbePlayhouse.com (any time); and by phone at 770.463.1110 (Box Office hours are Tuesday—Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.). The Playhouse administrative offices are located at 9110 Selborne Lane, #210, Chattahoochee Hills GA, 30268. Robin Hood will be produced at The Farmer’s Market Hideaway in Serenbe. Robin Hood will feature fresh faces from all across the United States making their Playhouse debuts, including Jordan Patrick as Robin Hood, Casey Shuler as Marian, Brady Dunn as Little John, Kendra Johnson as Scarlet, Kenny Tran as Sheriff of Nottingham, and Madison Welch as Guard.

Editor’s Note: Infinite Exposure Photography was inadvertently referred to as Infinite Exposures in the June issue.
Last month we posted an informative article about Men’s Health. This topic resonates with many of us, as our South Fulton community recently lost our dear neighbor, Keith Allen. We would like to clarify that the context of the article did not intend to speak for Keith’s medical past. He was always very proactive in preventative health measures, as a matter of fact, Keith and his loving wife would affectionately joke about his lack of hesitation in visiting the doctor’s office. The intent of our article was to bring awareness and pay tribute to a topic that became near and dear to Keith and his family. He will be greatly missed.