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Peachtree City Woman Nominated for L'Oreal Community Award

Fayette County, which is home to an Apprentice contestant and the Georgia winner of Cosmopolitan Magazine’s “Most Attractive Bachelor”, may soon be able to add another award winning resident to their list. Notable Peachtree City resident, Lisa Williams, is a contender in the L’Oreal “Women of Worth” Award.

L'Oreal created the “Women of Worth” Award to celebrate woman's worth and build their self-esteem. Williams was nominated for this award because of her organization, Living Water for Girls, a child sex trafficking rescue program. Williams, who takes no salary, had the inception for Living Water for Girls when she and a group of friends, called Circle of Friends Celebrating Life learned Atlanta was a hub for commercial sexual exploitation. 

Circle of Friends Celebrating Life started as a group of 23 women who routinely reached out to others in need.

Whitewater Teachers Recieve Free Makeovers

The Avenue, has partnered with schools throughout metro Atlanta to implement fashion marketing principles while rewarding teachers with THE STYLE upGRADE.  With more than 60 percent of the votes received, Whitewater High School teachers Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Mullen were each selected to win a $1,000 makeover package, including wardrobe, hair, makeup and other prizes from The Avenue.

Peachtree City Student Shines in Theatre, Opera

The Twilight Theatre Apprentice Company is a local theater training program for middle school and high school students.

Recently, Carolyn Balkovetz, a student at Starr’s Mill High School and senior apprentice with the Twilight Theatre, was selected to attend six-week vocal training program at the Brevard Music Festival in North Carolina.

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Peachtree City issues Red, White, & Blue Challenge for Honor Flight Fayette send-off

Honor Flight Fayette, the non-profit organization created to recognize local World War II Veterans, will host its seventh and final flight to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, September 15, 2010. The flight will provide another 70 WWII veterans an opportunity to visit their National World War II Memorial. The group will meet at 6:00 a.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Fayetteville to depart for the airport.

The Challenge: Help show our veterans how much their contribution is appreciated by lining the streets of Fayetteville to see them off. Well-wishers are encouraged to wear red, white, and blue, and wave American Flags along the route (from the church on Hwy 54 to GA 85 north to GA 314 in Fayetteville) for the motorcade, which departs for the airport at 6:30 a.m.