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Adairsville resident helps raise funds for neurofibromatosis research

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EmmaGrace Godfrey, left, is being chased by her sister Elizabeth Brookshire during a game while their mother, Catherine Archer Gaston, visits her father, David Archer, at his Cartersville law firm. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

As a mother of a child with neurofibromatosis, Catherine Archer Gaston is embracing the opportunity to support the Neurofibromatosis Network and provide encouragement to other families impacted by the nervous system disorder. For the second year, the Adairsville resident will serve as the Georgia volunteer walk chairperson for the nonprofit’s Great Steps4NF benefit.

 

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CPS wraps up Red Ribbon Week with Book Character Parade

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Second-graders Sophia Kim, left, and Lexi Saunders show off their favorite books while walking in Cartersville Primary School’s Book Character Parade Friday morning. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

It seemed like half of Cartersville turned out for Cartersville Primary School’s Book Character Parade Friday morning.

 

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Whitton pens 11 children’s books

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Marie Whitton is preparing to release her 12th children’s book, titled “A Day At The Zoo.” SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

In the real estate business since 1998, Marie Whitton recently added children’s book author and illustrator to her resume. The Cartersville resident, who has self-published 11 books, currently is working on her next offering titled “A Day At The Zoo.”

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Roberts joins Extension as family and consumer sciences agent

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Alexis Roberts, left, is the new family and consumer sciences agent for the Bartow County Cooperative Extension Office. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Describing her position as an “unbelieveable opportunity,” Alexis Roberts is embracing her new role as Bartow County Cooperative Extension Office’s family and consumer sciences agent.

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Spann leads CTC’s police department with servant’s heart

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Charles Spann is the director of public safety and chief of police for Chattahoochee Technical College’s multiple campuses. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

Chief Charles Spann has devoted the past four years of his life to ensuring the safety of the students, employees and visitors on Chattahoochee Technical College’s multiple campuses.

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Pumpkin patches offer seasonal experiences for families

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Leah Allen, granddaughter of Scott and June Allen, plays in Pettit Creek Farms’ pumpkin patch at 337 Cassville Road in Cartersville. SKIP BUTLER/The Daily Tribune News

From an infant’s first steps to a child’s joy-filled smile, the staffs of Pettit Creek Farms and Pumpkin Patch Farm consider themselves blessed to offer memory-making experiences each fall.

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