Honoring Education

The Mary Joan Keeney Education Fund was established in 2017 to honor the memory of Joan Keeney and her dedication to continuing education. In 1992, at the age of 59, she attended Denver Seminary in Denver and completed a life-long dream of earning a Master’s in Counseling. Upon graduation, she volunteered as a grief and bereavement counselor at The First…

Re-engineering Thanksgiving

The joy of Thanksgiving isn’t found in the pursuit of perfection. The holiday becomes rewarding when we can find a path of renewed appreciation for this time-honored celebration that glorifies gratitude, as much as it does our collective history. 

The Eating Disorders Information Network Spreading the Message–One Talk at a Time

The Eating Disorders Information Network (EDIN) was founded in 1996 by Atlanta psychologist Dina Zeckhausen.  In its early days, Dina built a website to make it easier for those struggling to find help and also for industry professionals to find resources.  Today, EDIN’s outreach has expanded to a broad network of schools, community groups and corporations, focusing on education, awareness, and…

Caroline Forever

 Article and Photography Sean O'Keefe  Happy, spunky, and feisty are three words that describe 4-year-old Caroline Brewer. While spending a good amount of time keeping her two older brothers in line, Caroline loves going to preschool, playing with her friends, and practicing ballet. In addition to that, Caroline is fighting a battle that no child should ever have to face. …

Recycling Wisely

Spring is here and with that comes spring cleaning of our homes and workspaces.

Warrick Dunn: All Pro at Giving Back

Most professional football players can’t stand to be out of the spotlight. Warrick Dunn has a hard time being in it. But then again, he’s not most football players. The fantastic Florida State footballer turned Atlanta Falcons phenom has continued scoring points in life long after he stopped scoring on the field.

Riding to Achievement

iCan Shine is a non-profit organization that inspires those with disabilities to grow through gaining skills in movement and play. Each disability is unique, and dedicated people work with these fighters to help them achieve their personal goals.

The Inspiring Sullivan Sisters

It’s said the bond between sisters is unbreakable. That holds true for the Sullivan sisters who are three years apart, have strikingly different yet beautiful personalities and, most importantly, share a deep love for one another. In the last several months, however, Saville, 20, and Lilia, 17, have embarked upon an unexpected and challenging journey--but they face it together.

Sweet Support

The Capital Grille Buckhead is proud to sponsor Polo in the Pines, benefiting the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Polo in the Pines President Tina Fowler introduced The Capital Grille’s Sales and Market Manager Johanna Lozano to the charity during one of her visits to the restaurant. Over time, Tina and Johanna’s ongoing conversations around the work Polo in the Pines…

Elite Roofing & Restoration Charity Golf Tournament

Right now, there are 540 students enrolled in Forsyth County’s schools that identify as homeless. Even with such prosperity and affluent members of our community, local homeless families work day by day, struggling to make ends meet. With efforts from Elite Roofing & Restoration and Family Promise of Forsyth County, homeless children and adults will benefit from funds that will…