In This Issue: June 17
Jun 05, 2017 03:18PM
● By Tracy McCoy
There are more weddings in June than any other month of the year. According to the Almanac, it is followed by August, then July and September. Planning a wedding in the mountains of North Georgia or Western North Carolina just got easier. We’ve compiled a list of connections for almost anything wedding related you might need. We have many great recipes that could be enjoyed at a reception or shower, or for dinner anytime. This issue features two great options for a wedding venue, or for almost any event you might be planning.
Peter McIntosh has shared one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the area and Neal Leake has contributed to our series on the upcoming Solar Eclipse event on August 12. Sid Weber Memorial Cancer Fund invites you to get involved in their upcoming Golf Tournament and Putting Contest to make a difference for Rabun County's cancer patients. It’s also time to register for the 33rd Annual Lake Burton Fun Run that takes place on July 1. You won’t want to miss the Mountain Ivy Garden Club’s Plant and Sidewalk Sale on June 17. This event raises money for scholarships given to local students, which is always a great investment. St. James Episcopal Church will host their 11th Annual Flower & Liturgical Arts Festival on Friday, June 23 with activities throughout the day. It’s a busy time in the mountains and our calendar is full of great events!
We hope your summer is off to a great start, and that you will find great pleasure in this issue of the GML.
Blessings to you,