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Club Forest men toss Mardi Gras beads, Moon Pies COMMUNITY 3
Party hardy Purim holiday is when Jews celebrate FAITH 10
Halting hunger Churches make ‘blessing bags’ for children MAKING A DIFFERENCE 11
David Baumngardner, left, with daughters Audrey, 4, bottom left, and Sophie, 6, right, line up inside Ace Hardware in the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center on Feb. 22 to purchase Girl Scout cookies. Helping them make a decision are members of Brownies Scout Troop 13527, from left, back, Janie Heller, 7, Marin Cochran, 7, Carter Law, 11, with Troop 10511, Ellie Dumont, 8, Shelby Law, 8, Laura Tong, 8, and Caroline Heller and Jennifer Cochran.
Buckhead plays key role in Civil War anniversary
High Museum becomes Galloway classroom
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BY MELISSA WEINMAN
In the summer of 1864, all eyes were on Buckhead. The Battle of Atlanta was a turning point in the Civil War, said Gordon Jones, senior military historian and curator for the Atlanta History Center. “Buckhead in 1864 was a small, outlying town north of Atlanta, but was situated where Peachtree Road and West Paces Fer-
Students are typically scolded for throwing paper airplanes in class. But for a group of Galloway school students, paper airplanes were part of the lesson plan. Galloway math teacher Stephen Cooper showed the students, ranging from grades 7 through 12, methods for folding different types of
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SEE GALLOWAY, PAGE 26
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