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In This Issue: October '16

Oct 06, 2016 02:31PM ● Published by Melanie Heisinger

Happy October! My favorite month of the year, the leaves are turning, the smell of cinnamon apples and pumpkin fill the air. I delight in the crisp autumn breezes and love the fun of a fall festival. This is our festival issue and there are plenty to enjoy.

We’ve gathered information from each county where the Laurel can be found and we have compiled a list of them with info on each. No reason for boredom this time of the year.

From Bon Appetit to the Family Table you will find recipes to try. Fall is a wonderful time to gather with those you love. Can’t wait to put on your first sweatshirt and sit on the deck watching the leaves fall. I am expecting a glorious display this year.

We are so thankful that you have made the Laurel a part of your day, sharing the mountains with you is our greatest pleasure and the businesses that support the Georgia Mountain Laurel are some of the area’s finest. Please make a point to visit with them or keep their numbers handy for when you need them. They truly are the reason you have this magazine in your hand and they deserve a thank you.

Blessings to you all,

Tracy

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