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DISNEY CHANNEL'S FIRST NATIONAL DANCE TALENT SEARCH

DISNEY CHANNEL'S FIRST NATIONAL DANCE TALENT SEARCH

DISNEY CHANNEL'S FIRST NATIONAL DANCE TALENT SEARCH COMES TO MALL OF GEORGIA SAT JULY 23

Make Your Mark: Ultimate Dance Off – 'Shake It Up' edition," Disney Channel's first national dance talent search just for kids, hosted by AT&T U-verse, will make its mark at Mall of Georgia in Buford, Georgia. Kids ages 8-16, with the consent of a parent, will have the opportunity to show off their dance skills and record a dance video onsite for online submission for a chance to compete in a dance off to air on Disney Channel in October 2011. The grand prize includes a special guest dance spot on "Shake It Up" plus the chance to meet the cast. Fans and dance enthusiasts are invited to come down and participate in a Q&A with Roshon Fegan.

READ THE FULL DETAILS AT http://www.thebluebirdpatch.com/2011/07/disney-channels-first-national-dance.html

Drivers advised to be cautious in school zones

Drivers advised to be cautious in school zones

PAULDING CO., Ga. -- Paulding County students return to school in just a few short weeks, and the sheriff's office is gearing up to make sure they stay safe in school zones.

Sheriff Gary Gulledge said he and his deputies will patrol school zones and watch for drivers who fail to stop for school buses as part of their daily operations when school begins on Wednesday, Aug. 3.

Georgia law requires drivers to stop in both directions for school buses that are displaying their red flashing lights and have their stop arms activated.

Publix school supply drive to assist Paulding students

Publix school supply drive to assist Paulding students

ATLANTA -- Parents and teachers know that having the right school supplies can mean the difference between a passing or a failing grade for students.

That's why Publix has teamed up with the United Way and several local partners to host the School Tools for Cool Kids program.

Residents can stop by their neighborhood Publix grocery stores from Monday, July 18 until Sunday, Aug. 14 to purchase and/or drop off school supplies in the School Tools bins.

"We encourage customers to donate school supplies to help . . . children begin the school year on a level playing field," said Brenda Reid, media and community relations manager for Publix.

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.

Raccoon Creek Bluegrass Festival returns this weekend

Raccoon Creek Bluegrass Festival returns this weekend

DALLAS, Ga. -- The annual Raccoon Creek Bluegrass Festival returns to Paulding County this weekend for two days of music and family-friendly fun.

On Friday, July 8 and Saturday, July 9, Metro Atlanta residents can listen to the sounds of numerous bluegrass bands, including the Grascals, the East Dixie Boys, Bent Creek and Barbwire Bluegrass.

A weekend pass costs $25; otherwise, the festival is $12 on Friday (6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.) and $15 for Saturday (12:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.).