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While summer often means sleeping in or planning your next getaway, many of your neighbors are wondering how they will feed their children lunch today. During school, a free lunch meal doesn’t come out of the sparse family budget. That’s when MUST Ministries steps in with the Summer Lunch Program and brings the whole community together to help those in need. With countless, compassionate volunteers, MUST provides a sack lunch each summer weekday to thousands of children in eight counties. Since MUST can’t do it alone, the generosity of our communities makes it possible.

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30-A Condo Available For Rent

  Book this upscale 3 bedroom/2 full bath luxury condo in beautiful and tranquil Seacrest Beach Florida.  This condo is located between Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach.  Featuring 2 KING size beds, a bunk room with a double on the bottom and twin on top. This condo comes with everything to make you feel like […]


Leave fireworks to the experts this Fourth of July

      Just in time for the Fourth of July, the National Fire Protection Association released its fireworks report, which explores fire and injury dangers related to consumer fireworks. The report shows that in 2010 alone, an estimated 15,500 reported fires were started by fireworks and 8,600 fireworks-related injuries were treated in U.S. hospital […]


Register for SHS Little Jacket Cheer Camp

  Sprayberry High School will host a Little Jacket Cheer Camp July 20 – 24, 9am-1pm, for kids ages 5-12. Cost is $100 per camper. Camp will be held inside at Sprayberry High School. For more information or to register, contact Coach Lane Floyd at 678-591-3585 or   LIKE THIS BLOG? Then you’ll love […]


Fun Facts: 4th of July by the Numbers

On this day in 1776, the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress, setting the 13 colonies on the road to freedom as a sovereign nation. As always, this most American of holidays will be marked by parades, fireworks and backyard barbecues across the country. 2.5 million – In July 1776, the estimated […]


Eating Well at Your Fourth of July Barbecue

It seems harmless enough. A scoop here, a nibble there, a handful of this and a few of those. But if you’re trying to stay healthy this Fourth of July weekend, the average summer barbecue can leave you feeling less than celebratory. With an estimated 76 million Americans who say they participated in a barbecue […]

We Have a Winner! *Facebook Friday Freebie*

  Is everyone ready for our favorite time of the week? That’s right- it’s time to announce this week’s Facebook Friday Freebie winner! The Lucky East Cobber who wins a $50 Gift Certificate to Asahi Japanese Steakhouse is……….Stacy Cohen Yarus!!! Congrats Stacy!! Please email to claim your awesome freebie!! Didn’t win? Don’t despair! EAST […]


A Fourth of July Prayer

We lift up our hearts, O God, on this day of celebration in gratitude for the gift of being Americans.We rejoice with all those who share in the great dream of freedom and dignity for all. With flags and feasting, with family and friends,we salute those who have sacrificed that we might have the opportunity […]


Marietta Square Farmers Market Closed July 4th, Reopens July 11th

The Marietta Square Farmers Market will be closed Saturday, July 4. The market will reopen Saturday, July 11 from 9 a.m.-noon along North Park Square. Organizers will announce if the market will be open Sunday, July 5 at a later date. LIKE THIS BLOG? Then you’ll love our newsletter! ClickHEREto sign up for our weekly […]


Food Trivia for your Fourth of July Cookout

  More than 1 in 4 – The chance that the hot dogs and pork sausages consumed on the Fourth of July originated in Iowa. The Hawkeye State was home to 19.0 million hogs and pigs on March 1, 2011. This estimate represents more than one-fourth of the nation’s estimated total. North Carolina (8.6 million) […]


What’s Happening at your School?

  EAST COBBER wants to share the good news and special events going on at every East Cobb school, K-12, public or private. Please e-mail your info. and/or photos to  Digital photos should be  high resolution (300dpi). You may also send your info. and photos by mail to Editor, EAST COBBER, PO Box 680455, […]


List your event with the EAST COBBER

  Do you have an upcoming event taking place? The editorial staff at EAST COBBER is happy to consider your event submission for our print publication and/or to post online. Send a brief description of the event along with the date, time and location to Entries must be received by the 15th of the […]