The Amity Study Club delivered donations of household products to help the Domestic Violence Shelter community service group. Members from the club individually participated in collections with the intentions to bringing help to those who are in need during Covid times. It is the least we felt we could do to make a difference. The director of the Shelter, Shannon, truly appreciated these items since times are hard and supplies were low. The mission of Amity Study Club is to learn more about our community and act upon those needs. Left to right are Berenice Dominguez, Shannon Smith, Vice-President of Amity Study Club, Shannon Smith, Director of Domestic Violence Shelter, Teri Lovely, President of Amity Study Club.
Photo by Kate Stow
The Copper Pine Kitchen and Home, formerly known as The Kitchenette, in Price Hardware at 302 N. Williams Street held their Grand Opening Thursday, Oct. 22. Owners Amy and Lance Cowling, along with members and guests of the Atlanta Area Chamber of Commerce, were present for the official ribbon cutting. The new store has a wide variety of kitchen and home items, including fresh coffee beans, Lodge Cast Iron, Kitchenaid mixers and accessories, as well as many other kitchen and gift ideas.
Deborah Louise Rhoads, a 1973 graduate of Atlant