August Publisher’s Note: Back to School in East Cobb

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On August 3, approximately 36,000+ East Cobb children headed back to school.  Education is a top priority, a shared value, in East Cobb County. It is our community’s strength. The reputation of our public schools’ top test scores and quality learning environments draws people to East Cobb. Even if you don’t have a child in school we all have a stake in […]

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Letter from the Publisher: Celebrating a Milestone

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  As I sat at the Kennesaw State University convocation center, waiting for my oldest son Lee’s 600+ fellow classmates to receive their high school diplomas, I looked around and saw so many familiar faces. From the moms and dads that I have crossed paths with at Chuck E. Cheese, PTA meetings and soccer fields to Lee’s friends and classmates he’s had since preschool to […]

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May Publisher’s Note: Celebrating Moms

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  Ever since 1993, I have made it my company’s mission to build a sense of community by providing information about our “side of town” and promoting the good people and special events that take place in East Cobb County. In addition to the 40,000 readers we reach every month with the magazine, EAST COBBER also has 20,000+ email subscribers that receive our weekly e-newsletter, 7,500+ […]

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Notes from the publisher: Let the Sun shine

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  April is full of shower bursts and dazzling sunlight. The earth seems greener. Flowers are blooming from the sapphire blue phlox to the gold forsythia. Spring has sprung and summer is just around the  corner. Ahhh, summer . . . school will be out and how will your children pass the lazy, hazy days of summer? This April issue features our 15th […]

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March Publisher’s Note: Bloom and Grow

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Turn on the news lately? From the Ukrainian ceasefire, to ISIS terrorism to local fires and murder, it  makes me realize there will be times in our lives that we will be faced with unexpected, beyond-our- control situations and stories which force us to realize what is most important. At times like these, I cope by focusing on the people […]

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