Saluting our Veterans

 Article Sue G. Collins | Photography Christy Lee  Everyone has a story to tell.  These veterans served our country during epic world struggles and now reside at the lovely Mansions at Alpharetta.

Donald Young: The Man Behind the Racquet 

Donald Young may have been born in Chicago, but Atlanta can now claim this professional tennis player as our own. Young began playing tennis at age 3. It’s no wonder Donald has achieved significant success: Both his parents taught tennis professionally and even owned a tennis center in Atlanta for a time.

Merit Rewarded

Megha Desai, a senior at Alpharetta High School, was recently selected as a recipient of a $1,000 scholarship for the Julian and Jan Hester Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by the Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA), and funded by CBA and its membership.

Mother’s, Daughters and Diamonds

Celebrating Mother’s Day is extra special when there are more than one, two even three mothers in the house. Shane Co. and Alpharetta Lifestyle teamed up to honor a few Alpharetta mothers this month, with an afternoon champagne reception at Village Tavern where the ladies tried on new jewelry from Shane Co. and shared their multi-generational stories.

Austin Mueller, You’re HIRED

Alpharetta native Austin Mueller knew from a young age that he wanted to be an entrepreneur. He started small — walking his neighbors’ dogs, pruning bushes in his neighborhood and babysitting. After saving every penny earned from these odd jobs, Austin was able to purchase a lawn mower and started his first company when he was 12. Austin’s Lawns won…

A New Normal for One Alpharetta Mother

“You are in for the fight of your life,” were the words that changed Holly York and her life trajectory forever. They were the words uttered by the neurologist confirming that her daughter, Julia, had a lesion on her brain. They were the words that confirmed that the severe headaches Julia had been experiencing were not the result of prepubescent…