With one of the highest household incomes in metro Atlanta, East Cobb County residents enjoy a reputation of living the “American Dream.” Drive around East Cobb and one cannot help but notice the expensive cars, subdivision after subdivision of lovely homes, beautifully landscaped lawns, and other symbols of wealth. For so many East Cobb residents, the “American Dream” also includes sharing their wealth, and/or their time to help others.
This edition of the EAST COBBER, as well as previous publications, features those East Cobbers that are giving back to their community and helping those in need. From high school student Robert Roper earning Eagle Scout status (page 7) to the nonprofit Right in the Community helping children with developmental disabilities (page 22) and Laine Liss, PTA Youth Services Chair sharing safety tips for prom (page 8 & 9). Our Club Calendar and Support Groups sections list many groups that come together on a regular basis to serve those in need whether it be a Moms Club or a service club.
It is so gratifying to hear that many of you have responded to EAST COBBER stories by donating money or signing up to volunteer or passing along information found in the EAST COBBER to help those in need. That is what this paper is all about! Consider it an “idea book” on how you can fulfill the “American Dream.”
Cynthia M. Rozzo
Founder l Publisher
Reprinted from the March 2014 issue of EAST COBBER. Read the March issue HERE.
Founder and president of EAST COBBER, Cynthia Rozzo, created the free monthly publication, EAST COBBER, in 1993 to serve East Cobb County residents by providing a forum for them to share their ideas and a source for them to learn more about their community. Ms. Rozzo is also the proud producer of the annual EAST COBBER Community Parade and Festival. An East Cobb County resident since 1991, Rozzo lives in the Park Ridge subdivision with her husband, George Haralabidis, and three children, Lee, Nikos and Eleni.