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Dawgs Day of Play
Former University of Georgia football players David Greene, Jon Stinchcomb and Matt Stinchcomb recently hosted Dawgs Day of Play in The Zone at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite in Sandy Springs — an event to give patients a couple of hours of fun outside their hospital rooms. The guys played football, basketball, putt-putt golf and air hockey with patients. Dawgs Day of Play is a way for Greene and the Stinchcomb brothers to bring their annual Countdown to Kickoff Fan Festival to children that might be too sick to attend in person. This year’s fan festival was held July 11 at Sanford Stadium in Athens and was one of four Countdown to Kickoff events in July and August. Proceeds from all events benefitted Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Transplant Foundation. From left, patients make football helmets with Matt Stinchcomb. (Special Photo)
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Tod’s opens
Tod’s, an Italian clothing, shoe and accessories boutique, recently opened its ninth location nationwide at the Buckhead Atlanta development. Michelle Crosland, Joanne Chesler Gross and Coy Wire co-hosted a private party to celebrate the new store, and the event benefitted Meals on Wheels Atlanta and its annual fundraiser, A Meal to Remember. Guests enjoyed signature cocktails, prosecco and savory and sweet bites from Dennis Dean Catering as they took live demonstrations by an artisan flown in from Italy handcrafting the iconic Tod’s Gommino throughout the event. Tod’s is located at 3035 Peachtree Road, Space A170. For more information, visit From left, Yacht Rock Revue's Peter Olson, HLN’s Brian McFayden, the Atlanta Falcons’ Mike Palmer, Wire, the Atlanta Falcons’ Levine Toilolo and CNN International's Don Ridell. (Special / Brian Reeves)
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Men’s health tour makes pit stop
Emory St. Joseph’s Hospital in Sandy Springs recently was one stop in the Tesla Drive For Men’s Health, a nine-day tour from Florida to New York, and then west to Los Angeles. Co-founders Sijo Parekattil, M.D., and Jamin Brahmbhatt, M.D., from The Personalized Urology & Robotics Clinic in Orlando, Fla., stopped at the hospital to promote men’s health awareness. During the event, Winship Cancer Institute Drs. John Pattaras, Peter Rossi and Cara Cimmino spoke on topics such as prostate cancer screening and therapy and testosterone replacement. Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt, right, speaks as, from left, Drs. Cara Cimmino, John Pattaras and Peter Rossi look on. (Special Photo)
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Turner gives back
Employees at New York-based Turner Construction, which has an Atlanta office in Buckhead, recently joined forces with partners around the world in a day of community service. As part of the company’s Paint the Town Blue campaign, more than 60 Atlanta Turner volunteers worked at Piedmont Park in Midtown and at Action Ministries in honor of the company’s 113th anniversary and its long history of community engagement. In Buckhead, they made and bagged 1,000 lunches and snack packs for children at Action Ministries, an organization that focuses on helping Georgians with hunger relief, housing and education. At Piedmont Park, they assisted with a range of general maintenance projects around the lake, playgrounds and athletic areas. From left, Jim West, Angela Rogers, Alethea Wilson, James Santa Maria, Rich Ellison, Danny Garner, Theresa Garner, Ying Guo and Brian Lowie work to maintain the park’s planting areas. (Special Photo)
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BOLO: Henry County seeks graffiti vandals
by Neighbor Staff
August 31, 2015 05:37 PM | 258 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Capt. Joey Smith of the Henry County Police Department asked residents to be on the lookout for perpetrators in numerous counts of graffiti in the Hampton area. Residents can view surveillance video on YouTube at the website below. "The surveillance video is from the 1100 block of Norsworthy Mill," Smith said in a statement about the Fears Mill subdivision, from Friday evening, Aug. 28. Anyone with information as to the identity of the suspect(s) is encouraged to contact Henry County Police. The case number 15-016754. Information: (770) 288-8200 or
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