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In This Issue: July 2016

Jul 01, 2016 01:41PM ● Published by Melanie Heisinger

Summer has arrived in the mountains. The days are longer, the tea is sweeter and the water is just fine. This issue is all about the beautiful lakes spread across Northeast Georgia.

We will explore a forgotten lake, look at lake living in Hiawassee, Georgia, “dip” into some great recipes and share with you all the many things there are to do and see in this region. We take you into the home of Claude and Anne Hartridge on the shores of Lake Burton. You’ll find Lorie Thompson pouring bourbon over grilled peaches. You will discover the art of Murphy Trogdon Ayala. Whether you enjoy your Laurel on the porch swing in the summer heat or in the air conditioning in your easy chair, you are going to love this one.

The coming month will keep us busy packing boxes as we move the Georgia Mountain Laurel office a couple of miles north to 2511 Hwy 441S. Mountain City, GA. (next to Expectations Beauty Salon and across from Smith’s Collision & Repair) stop in for a visit. We will officially open in our new location August 1.

Enjoy the fireworks, eat a hotdog, and have a safe and happy Independence Day!

Tracy McCoy

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