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🌱 Cumming Good Vibes + Alta North New Luxury Apartment Community

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Hello everyone! I’m back in your inbox this warm morning to walk you through everything you need to know about what’s happening in the city these days. Let’s dive in.


First, today’s weather:

Mostly sunny and very hot. High: 97 Low: 73.

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Here are the top five stories in Cumming today:

  1. Good Vibes Nutrition Inc. will bring good nutrition and flavor to the Cumming City Center. Husband and wife Brant and Kelly Trainer started Good Vibes to offer healthier options, like smoothies and iced teas, to customers. Brant shared that their products “are a great way to help people manage various nutritional aspects of their health, such as total calorie intake, protein and carbohydrate intake, and overall focus on wellness through best convenient options. (Information blackout)
  2. A jail cook has been accused of sexually assaulting female inmates according to Georgia deputies. Charles Henry Cumming Rice He faces three counts of misdemeanor sexual assault and is jailed on $17,100 bond. Hall County Sheriff Gerald Couch said, “I will not tolerate this type of behavior from any employee. Also, I commend the women who reported these actions to our staff.” (Sacramento Bee)
  3. The winners of 11Alive’s “Oh Say Can You Sing” anthem contest have been announced. University of Georgia graduate Rachel Norman will sing ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ before the start of the world’s longest 10K race on July 4. Kaitlyn Hendrix Cummings He took the victory in the children’s contest. (The Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  4. Wood Partners and CP Capital US extend their partnership with the opening of a luxury apartment complex in Cumming. Alta North will open in late 2023 with pre-leasing beginning in the fall of 2023. The community will provide residents with a variety of nearby dining and shopping options and access to downtown Atlanta. (MultifamiliarBiz.com)
  5. A local family is grateful for the kindness of the community in the midst of their teenage son’s battle with brain cancer. The Palmour family has received money to pay for medical costs through various fundraising events and donations. there will be one concert to raise funds for Mason Palmour at Buford’s Tannery Row Ale House on June 24 at 7 pm (Dawson County News)

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  • Books and Babies – Summer SeriesAt the Cumming Library (10:30 AM)
  • Wonder animals of wildlife around the worldat the Cumming Library (3:00 p.m.)
  • Mobile library tourat Cherokee Chase Drive (3:00 p.m.)
  • Tiny Art workshop using dot tools for adultsat the Post Road Library (6:30 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Big Creek Elementary School welcomes Sai Gonyea as the new music teacher for the 22-23 school year. He enjoys singing in choirs, teaching the flag guard, playing video games, and snuggling with his cat. (Big Creek Elementary via Facebook)
  • The Forsyth County government in Georgia urges residents to check your outdoor irrigation system for clogged, broken, or missing sprinkler heads. Better yet, find an irrigation professional certified by a WaterSense-labeled irrigation program to do the work for you. (Forsyth Georgia County Government via Facebook)
  • Help fund an animal in need by joining the Humane Society of Forsyth County’s Forever Care/Special Needs program! As one of the few no-kill shelters in the area, they are committed to giving every animal in the program the best chance of finding a new home. For more information, visit forsythpets.org. (Humane Society of Forsyth County, GA via Facebook)

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You are officially informed for today. See you tomorrow morning for another update!

β€” Nicole Fallon-Peek

About me: Nicole Fallon-Peek is a journalist and writer with a bachelor’s degree in Media, Culture and Communication from New York University. She has served as a freelance reporter, managing editor, style editor, and editorial director for a variety of B2B media outlets. She currently co-owns and operates the Lightning Media Partners content creation agency.

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