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Atlanta residents come together to defeat Lung Cancer

Atlanta residents come together to defeat Lung Cancer

VIRGINIA HIGHLAND, Ga. – The National Lung Cancer Partnership is inviting all Atlanta residents to come together and register for the Atlanta Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk and 1 Miler.

This event was created to unify the community and to inspire those impacted by the disease. Registration for the walk is $25 online until August 17 and is $28 for people mailing in their registrations. Participants can register on the event day for $30. To register online, click here.

All proceeds from the races will help support the National Lung Cancer Partnership’s research, education and awareness programs.

Atlanta Dreams Back to School Game $8.00 Tickets

Atlanta Dreams Back to School Game $8.00 Tickets

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AJC Peachtree Road Race highlights

AJC Peachtree Road Race highlights

ATLANTA -- Tens of thousands of people from across the region and the world marked Independence Day with an Atlanta tradition, the AJC Peachtree Road Race.

Coca-Cola Issues an A.P.B. (All Play Bulletin) to Families: Go Outdoors. Play in the Park. Vote.

Coca-Cola Issues an A.P.B. (All Play Bulletin) to Families: Go Outdoors. Play in the Park. Vote.

America Is Your Park campaign urges families to get out, discover fun ways to get active in the park while helping their favorite park win big

 

ATLANTA, July 10, 2011 – If you’re reading this, you should get to your favorite park – STAT! Coca-Cola is calling all families to go out and play this summer as part of the second annual America Is Your Park campaign.

Georgia Eye Care Experts Warn Parents of 1,800⁰ F of Holiday Danger & Say Avoid Sparklers on July 4

Georgia Eye Care Experts Warn Parents of 1,800⁰ F of Holiday Danger & Say Avoid Sparklers on July 4
Georgia Eye Care Experts Warn Parents of 1,800⁰ F of Holiday Danger & Say Avoid Sparklers this Fourth of July Georgia Optometric Association Offers Tips to Celebrate the Holiday Safely

BEST SPOTS: To Run in the City

BEST SPOTS: To Run in the City

ATLANTA -- For this week's edition of Best Spots, we have compiled a list of best places to run for beginners, intermediate and advanced runners.

Recently, running has risen in popularity due to people discovering the different benefits it offers. Running has been proven to lessen stress, aid in weight loss and can serve as a method of meditation. According to the Seattle Times, 26.5 million people in the US run 50 days out of the year.

  • Beginners Routes

The Silver Comet Trail is known as “the only truly flat place you can run in Atlanta”. The trail starts near Mavell Road in Smyrna and runs all the way to the Georgia/Alabama line, near Cedartown and Esom. The trail is a favorite among runners searching for a leisurely stroll and good scenery.

BEST SPOTS: Golf Clubs and Courses

BEST SPOTS: Golf Clubs and Courses

ATLANTA – For this week’s installment of Best Spots, we've compiled a list of the best golf courses in for you to take a break and tee it off while the weather is nice.

The Ansley Golf Club is one of Georgia’s premier 9-hole golf courses in midtown Atlanta. The course has been ranked in the Top 5 nationally by Sports Illustrated Magazine. A membership to this club includes two golf experiences one in Midtown and an 18-hole championship course in Settindown Creek. The 18-hole course was ranked number 13 in the “Best in State” golf courses for 2005-2006 in Golf Digest. This course has hosted a number of championships and qualifiers. Membership to this club is by invitation and nominations are reviewed monthly. Ansley Golf Club is located at 196 Montgomery Ferry Drive in Atlanta.

The Bobby Jones Golf Course is located in the heart of Buckhead and has history dating back to the Civil War. The course was recently renovated and is an 18-hole public golf course.