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Born to dance

Led by line dance instructor, Eddie Huffman, the “Born to Dance” team from Fayette Senior Services, Inc. ( will compete for the first time at the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association (GRPA) 2010 Line Dance Competition this Saturday. Hosted by the Forsyth County Senior Services and Age Well Forsyth, Inc., this competition is for line dance teams age 50 and better.  Pictured, from left, are Nancy Meaders, Carol Walker, Barbara Benton, Julie Yearwood, Greg Riney, Dell Lassiter, Dottie Davis, Donna Humble, Denise Banks, Gloria Coker, Eddie Huffman, Peggy Bern, Lisa MacGuire, Flo Aaron and Martha Teal. Photo/Special.


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It was not much of a surprise that the Peachtree City Council on Oct. 1 unanimously denied a variance request to reduce the 50-foot buffer on four residential lots along Robinson Road.

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Fayette Senior Services will host “Modern Day Sherlock” Tuesday, Nov. 3, 10-11 a.m. at its Fayetteville location (The Life Enrichment Center, 4 Center Drive).


Starr's Mill, Northgate and East Coweta are all unbeaten at the midpoint of the football season after their wins Friday night. Northgate is 6-0 while the other two teams are 5-0.


The Centre for Performing & Visual Arts, 1523 Lower Fayetteville Road in Newnan, hosts The United States Army Band & Soldier’s Chorus for a complimentary concert Sunday, Nov.