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PUBLISHER’S NOTE

Weathering the Winter issue

Welcome to winter or maybe we can call this early spring. Even with the rain, the weather has been surprising warm after the holiday snowstorms. Both MLK Service Project and Mead road Mardi Gras Parade survived the winter weather unscathed. We have some great photos of these events in this issue. You will also enjoy the cover story on the fantastically fun Erin Smith. Dr. Black updates you on the Flu in this issue and Margie Archer provides financial tips for your growing family. Of course the goats were the big story in Oakhurst! They seemed to enjoy the weather for their 10-day visit to Agnes Scott College. Now we can look forward to great weather for the upcoming festivals: Oakhurst Wine Crawl March 3; Tour deCatur March 10; Touch-a-Truck March 17; and the annual Easter Egg Hunt March 24. As we roll into spring remember to come out to the Oakhurst Jazz Nights in April. We hope you enjoy the magazine. —Anne Clarke, publisher/owner The Oakhurst VILLAGE Magazine is written by neighbors; for neighbors. Please email your story ideas to OakhurstMag@gmail. com or call directly 404-587-7887. We publish bi-monthly and are happy to hear about local news, accomplishments, events and anything you find interesting!

Lorelei Cooper, Managing Editor

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Village Magazine

Rob Boeger, Graphic Designer

WINTER 2018

Profile for The Clarke Agency

Oakhurst magazine Winter2018  

Oakhurst Magazine serving the south area of the City of Decatur. Winter issue 2018.

Oakhurst magazine Winter2018  

Oakhurst Magazine serving the south area of the City of Decatur. Winter issue 2018.

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