Lula. We are a small town with a big heart. New businesses have popped up all around downtown in the past few years. It takes a lot of working together for a little town to not just survive, but to thrive. We love being a part of this community. It isn't just the people operating the businesses, but it's the social media managers, city council members, city workers, and so many more. My grandparents rented a room in the upstairs of this building (the florist) years ago. It makes the originality so much more meaningful. We appreciate those who worked to keep it as original as possible. The history in Lula is rich and real today. Every time you support a local business, attend a meeting, or even just share the news, you are doing a great work in making history our children will tell their children about.
I love fall outfits, I always wear a black pair of skinny jeans and these from @shopdressup are perfect 😍 you can get a pair just like these at Dress Ups birthday sale! Oh yes! 🎁 ❤️ up to 70% sales, gifts, and candy at all stores tomorrow! ❤️❤️ #ItGirl#hallcounty@shopdressup
“It’s been one closed door after another,” Scott said. “At this time, we are extremely frustrated by the lack of support for a family of two disabled combat veterans who are desperately trying to keep our family intact.” Scott Magaw is not a statistic, if only because everyone’s story is different.
But the 44-year-old military veteran shares one thing with an estimated 553,742 Americans: homelessness. As of 2017, 184,661 families with children were experiencing homelessness, whether sheltered or unsheltered, just like Magaw’s.
Magaw and his wife, Jenny, 40, also a veteran of the conflict in Bosnia in the late 1990s, have two sons. Caleb, 13, is in the eighth grade at a Hall County middle school. Taylor, 16, is in 11th grade at a Hall County high school.
The family has been sleeping in tents in campgrounds around Lake Lanier, and sometimes with friends for brief stints, since last January. To read the full story and find out how to help head to the link in our bio.
Shown above, Caleb MaGaw hugs his mother, Jenny, at Marina Park on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018. The MaGaw family is homeless and has been sleeping at campgrounds since about January while Caleb continues to attend West Hall Middle School. 📷@steeleanaustin#gainesvillega#gainesville#hallcounty#homelessness#veterans
The world of high tech is making North Georgia’s favorite fall pastime — getting lost — even better.
Corn mazes may feel old fashioned, but there’s plenty of technology wrapped up in getting those intricate designs carved into local fields.
This year’s theme at Jaemor Farms in Alto is “Hometown Heroes,” a maze depicting a police officer, firefighter and emergency medical technician. Uncle Shuck’s maze in Dawsonville features a stork carrying a baby in a blanket along with the Northside Hospital logo, all within an outline of the state of Georgia. To read more about this story head to the link in our bio.
Shown above, Claire Fox, left, and her brother, Owen, walk through the corn maze at Jaemor Farms on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. The Fox family is visiting their grandparents from Fort Walton Beach, Florida. 📷@steeleanaustin#gainesvillega#gainesville#hallcounty#cornmaze#lula#lulaga#jaemorfarms
Charleston Style Project from a few years ago looking good.
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A pic my brother took at one of our job sites today. This isn’t a vintage filter. He still uses a 1982 Kodak Disc camera 😉
5 1181:24 AM May 3, 2018
With Focused Tennis you have to slow down and go through the motion.' KNOW YOUR STROKE......and DEFINITELY KNOW YOUR FINISH..
This is the stroke that you will do over a 'trillion' times, so get it in your head and make it a habit. Correct techniques will get you where you need to be faster.
Enjoy your Tennis!👊🏼😉