September 2017 Around Town 2

Touch of Life Chiropractic Opens A New State of the Art 
Wellness Center in the 
Camp Creek Marketplace

Relocating their practice of four years, Dr. Patrice and Bryson Thompson decided that it was time that South Fulton had a place of their own where everyone could come to rally around the principles of holistic healthcare.  Focusing on the function of the body and helping individuals improve the quality of their lives, Touch of Life Family Chiropractic moves to surpass just looking at aches, pains, and symptoms into understanding how your body is actually working.

The Thompson Family looks to continue to be a vital part of the #healthysouthfulton community.  Be on the lookout for them at the various events, fairs, and festivals throughout South Fulton and the city of Atlanta.  For more information on Touch of Life Family Chiropractic, please visit

Madison Green Wins 
Miss Georgia Princess

Announcing Georgia’s newly crowned National American Miss Georgia Princess, Madison Green! Madison Green, daughter of Carl and Tonetta Green, earned the prestigious title of 2017 National American Miss Georgia Princess at the state pageant in July. She will attend the National Pageant at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., where she will compete for her share of $500,000 in cash and prizes. Madison is a South Fulton resident and attends Wolf Creek Elementary. She is actively involved in Girl Scouts, Pretty Brown Girls, the Praise Dance Team and tennis. Madison also enjoys creating “love boxes” for shelters. She was sponsored in the pageant by her parents and grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and many more family and friends.

Bert’s Big 
Adventure’s Splash Bash Pool Party 
& Reunion

Families enjoyed some fun in the sun at the 10th annual Splash Bash Pool Party and Reunion Adventure. More than 250 Bert’s Big Adventure family members were in attendance. The families, Bert’s Big Adventure staff and a handful of volunteers enjoyed a great afternoon in and around the Life Time Athletic pool in Sandy Springs, where families gathered for an exciting three-hour swim. Guests feasted on gourmet burgers and hot dogs served by The Loaded Burger, delicious pizza from Blue Moon Pizza, and frozen treats from Kona Ice. Bert’s Big Adventure is a nonprofit organization that provides magical, all-expenses-paid, five-day journeys to Walt Disney World for children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families.

Serenbe Playhouse’s “Cabaret” 
Stars Brian Clowdus & Broadway’s Molly Tynes

Serenbe Playhouse, recipient of the prestigious American Theatre Wing grant and recently honored with the most Suzi Bass Awards for a musical (“Miss Saigon”) in Atlanta, was pleased to present “Cabaret,” by Joe Masteroff, John Kander and Fred Ebb. Directed by Brian Clowdus, the show opened August 3 and ran through August 27. “Cabaret” was produced at the Open Air Room in Serenbe.


Inspired by Christopher Isherwood’s triumphant novel, The Berlin Stories, “Cabaret” takes place in 1931 Berlin, as the Nazis begin their ominous ascent to power. The musical revolves around the vibrant and sensuous nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub, where a young American writer, Cliff Bradshaw, pursues an English cabaret performer, Sally Bowles (played by Broadway’s Molly Tynes). In one of the most iconic roles of the genre, Serenbe Playhouse’s founder and Artistic Director Brian Clowdus played the Kit Kat Klub’s devious emcee. This racy rendition took place in our own underground Kit Kat Klub—where not just anyone could go—only those with the required password were admitted!


Playhouse favorites Deborah Bowman (“A Streetcar Named Desire”) and Lee Osorio (“Macbeth”) took on Fräulein Kost and Clifford Bradshaw, respectively. Rounding out the leading players were Heidi Cline McKerley as Fräulein Schneider, Robert Wayne as Herr Shultz, and Edward McCrearry as Ernst Ludwig. The Kit Kat Klub was brought to life by the vibrant dancers: Lily Dickinson, Brian Jordan, Imani Joseph, Taryn McFarthing, Shannon Murphy, Hayley Platt and Terrence Smith. Direction was provided by Brian Clowdus, with associate direction by Ryan Oliveti. Musical direction was led by Chris Brent Davis and choreography by Bubba Carr.