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Rosemari e Perry is a retired school gu idance co unselor from Ma rietta, Ge orgia. Look for her adult novel, Bitter Su gar, soon to be available on Amazo n.com. Contact Rosemarie rosemariep at erry.com
At the heart of the ’hood
Heather Lowrie is a high school sen ior from Ma rietta, Georgia, with pla ns to pursue a career in graphic design. Se eing TV co verage of 9/11 at the age of four, she drew rectangles falling and crumb ling into sm oke.
East Cobb author and retired guidance counselor Rosemarie Perry partnered with Wheeler High School alumna and illustrator, Heather Lowrie, to bring children’s book, “My Dog, Me” to life. Written with Rosemarie’s son, Tyler, in mind, the book follows the amusing adventures that unfold when a boy and his furry friend switch bodies. RosemariePerry.com
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Congratulations to the Pope High School Varsity Volleyball team (see right) for their Class AAAAAA State Championship win on Nov. 4! A classic David versus Goliath matchup, the Lady Greyhounds played a smart game against the towering Allatoona Buccaneers, ultimately taking home their fourth championship trophy in seven years. PopeHSVolleyball.com
Odds are, if your child had a vision screening at school in the last two years, the East Cobb Lions Club probably helped out. The group has administered over 20,000 vision screenings, which included checking for astigmatisms and other issues, at 51 elementary schools. Taking it one step further, they also sponsor professional eye exams and glasses for 200-plus underserved children. EastCobbLions.club
family pet—a lover of lots of belly rubs—yours.
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Forget the report card! Parents can now track student progress in real time thanks to the launch of the Cobb Teaching & Learning System (CTLS) Parent. The digital platform is a result of meetings between Cobb County School District leaders and resident families. The tool also provides additional resources such as practice tests, to improve learning at home. CobbLearning.net/CTLS my
(1) BOOK ILLUSTRATION BY HEATHER LOWRIE, DESIGN BY MARY CLARK.
Cannon the cat will leave you tongue-tied after one visit with him. As one of the older adoptable felines at the Humane Society of Cobb County, this sweet furball had his teeth extracted years ago but has no problem with eating or cozying up. Consider making this fluffy
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