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  1. The event has been cancelled, but I can not find a way to delete this post.
  2. MOPS stands for Mother's of Preschoolers. MOPS is a group of local mothers who meet monthly to share and support each other in the joys and challenges of motherhood. We provide encouraging relationships, practical help, and emotional support during what can be an isolating and challenging time of motherhood. Our local group includes more than 70 moms from both Cobb and Paulding Counties, diverse in ages, incomes, races, religious beliefs, and lifestyles. Membership is open to all mothers of children ages newborn through kindergarten as well as expectant mothers. We have two regular meetings per month which typically include a guest speaker, crafts, games, food, and fellowship. We are also actively involved in serving our community. Just this year we have partnered with Operation Christmas Child (donating more than 50 boxes which were delivered to children all over the world) and CAYA Ministries of Paulding County (donating more than 300 items of food to their food pantry). Some members meet separately for play dates, social events, or with our book club. We are a chapter of MOPS international, a not-for-profit organization.
  3. 1st Annual MOPS Spring Fling and Silent Auction Friday May 15, 2015 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm at Fortified Hills Baptist Church 4705 East Paulding Drive Dallas, GA 30157 Please join us for a date night that includes dinner, childcare, and a silent auction! Tickets are $10.00 per individual and $20.00 per couple. Dinner will consist of pasta, salad, bread, dessert, and tea. Childcare will be provided for infants to age 12, and included with ticket cost. Please be sure to list the number of children and ages that you need childcare for. Bidding ends promptly at 7:30 pm. All proceeds benefit the Fortified Hills Baptist chapter of MOPS. The money we raise will enable us to continue serving our local mothers as well as our community. To sign up go to http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a44a4a82b0-1stannual Find us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/1426877624274504/
  4. Love it! We have been eating there since they were in downtown Dallas. I love their shrimp po boys. The shrimp is so fresh, plump, and deveined! I also love the beignets. The owner is very nice too.
  5. I think Cajun's has the best po boys!
  6. Regal Beagle! They are the best!!! They really love animals and will take great care of your dog!
  7. I have never been because it is always the same day as the downtown Christmas parade, and we always go to it.
  8. Do you have to be a resident of Seven Hills to go?
  9. Rockmart has a good mongolian BBQ. I am not sure if they serve alcohol.
  10. I made a good recipe last night with bone in chicken. I quartered potatoes and put them in with the chicken. I then added 1/2 cup of Italian seasoning and then a packet of the dry Italian dressing seasoning. It was really good! I also make a BBQ chicken with a bottle of BBQ sauce and then a cup of Italian dressing.
  11. They are offering the dining plan for free on most nights from the end of September until December. If you need any help planning or a quote, feel free to contact me. It is a great deal right now!
  12. I love the fair in Nashville! I think it is going on either this week or next week.
  13. I haven't been to the one in Perry yet, but we want to go this year. You would be disappointed in the one in Marietta. It doesn't even have a Ferris wheel, and very few of the exhibits. I don't think they had any agriculture exhibits and the livestock consisted of a petting zoo.
  14. I want to go to the Georgia National fair this year in Perry. I wasn't impressed with the North GA fair. There wasn't even a Ferris wheel and very few exhibits.
  15. I hope that someone will be able to help Jump 4 Joey's out. They are such a great family run business. We will really miss them.
  16. I am not slamming him. I always feel bad for him. I would just like to know his story. I have never been on the side of the road where I could really read the sign. He is dressed nice but looks so sad. I see him out there around rush hour, on Saturdays, and after church on Sundays. I have always wondered if this is his second job. I would much rather see this than someone out there with their sick child in the heat.
  17. Do you know where the thread is? I have looked before, but didn't see anything. I agree that it is good that he is at least selling something and not out there with his hand out. I have never really got a good chance to read his sign. I was hoping someone on here might know more.
  18. For the past couple of months, I have noticed that there is a man who stands at various intersections selling cotton candy. I have only briefly been able to read his sign which says something about having a pregnant wife. Does anyone know his story? I saw him again today at the intersection of E. Paulding and 92. He used to always be at the intersection of Macland and 92.
  19. They are all around the playground. Once you pull into the parking lot and walk towards the playground, you will see a them on your left. There is also some on the little trail from the playground to the pond and then there is some near the bathrooms. I have never seen so many blackberries in my life! I am not sure if they are still there. I haven't been in weeks, but there was tons. Be careful though. Wear bug spray and protective clothing. My husband got chiggers from picking blackberries.
  20. There was a ton at Mt. Tabor. I picked enough to make a blackberry cobbler.
  21. I haven't been to Henry's, but there is good Cajun food in our county. Love Cajun's Cookin!
  22. I am with you. Chicken World is good, but I prefer Zaxby's sweet tea with crushed ice, and their french fries. I am always so disappointed that Chicken World never has lemon. If you serve tea, lemon is a must IMO!
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