Cherokee Lifestyle

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I live in a community of people over age 55. Someone might think that we are “old folks” just waiting for our children to choose our nursing facility, but that is far from the truth. Every day a number of our residents walk around the community for exercise for themselves and their dogs! Our…

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A new promotion in Canton created by Downtown Development Manager Velinda Hardy called the “Downtown Canton Cash Mob” is spotlighting small businesses throughout the downtown area in an effort to boost exposure and business.

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Sensing the mood in many of my friends and neighbors, we seem to be struggling with serious disappointment. When things don’t turn out the way we expected them to be or set our hopes on a certain outcome, the result is often one of disappointment. When we linger on our disappointments, we ca…

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Please Note: Applications are still being accepted until Jan. 29 for the 2021 UGA/Cherokee County Master Gardener volunteer training class. For details, contact the UGA/Cherokee County Extension Office at 770-721-7803 or email Josh Fuder, ANR Extension Agent, at jfuder@uga.edu. For more info…

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CONSTITUTION CLASS: “Christianity and Your Constitution” will be offered at First Baptist Church in Woodstock 11905 Highway 92. Classes take place on Wednesday evenings starting around 6:30 p.m. The class is free and registration is not required. Contact 770-926-4428 for details or e-mail tt…

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A pastor-friend of mine — Dr. Louis H. Evans — wrote a book on marriage called Duel or Duet? Last year I picked up a copy and reread it. The insight I gained was not about marriage but more about the society in which we live in 2021. Have you asked yourself, is your life like a duel or a duet?

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On Tuesday Canton resident Kevin Williams is set to release his first book, “Irrational Kindness,” which details personal accounts from his life, as well as lessons he has learned that helped him start to look at life through a different lens.

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Few of us have enjoyed the restriction under which we have lived during 2020. Even when we understand the need for “social distancing,” washing our hands and avoiding contacts with people who do not live in our immediate family circles, there are feelings which we do not enjoy when our activ…