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Protecting Your Vehicle from Summer Theft

July 10, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Protecting Your Vehicle from Summer Theft: Security Experts Offer “Rules of the Road” Choosing a road trip over air travel this summer may seem like a smart way to save money on the high cost of airfare. However, families who take this route may be putting themselves in a position for an even costlier risk: [...]

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Travelers Make Great Targets for Identity Thieves

May 23, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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As summer nears, many people start dreaming about and planning vacation getaways. But while you’re enjoying the beach, identity thieves are devising new ways to steal your personal information. Consumers often let their guards down on vacation, putting them at greater risk of identity theft. In an effort to curb the growing problem of identity [...]

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Starr’s Mill Choir to Perform at Carnegie Hall

April 8, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Chanticleer, the top choral performing ensemble of the Starr’s Mill High School Department of Choral Music, recently accepted an invitation from Choirs of America to be one of a handful of elite high school choirs to participate in the 2013 American Music performance Nationals for Top Choirs. Other high school choirs selected come from California, [...]

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10 Family Travel Tips

March 12, 2013 by Fayette Woman  
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Spring is almost here, and summer is right around the corner! This means increased family travel and fun with the kids. Here are 10 family travel tips: Pack light – this might not sound easy when we are used to overflowing diaper bags, but with the Babee Covee, a new baby blanket and cover that [...]

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Driving tips for winter weather

December 31, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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(BPT) – Snow, ice, slush and other winter driving challenges can threaten both driver and passenger safety, and adding distractions into the mix only exacerbates the situation. So instead of dashing through the snow in your four-wheeled “sleigh” and ending up o’er the hills, it may be best to simply drive with caution and focus, [...]

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8 Tips for Surviving Holiday Travel with Your Kids

December 14, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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Traffic, TSA, and Tantrums, Oh My!: Eight Tips for Surviving Holiday Travel with Your Kids If you’ve ever traveled with kids (especially over the holidays), you know it’s an adventure. More accurately, it’s a slapstick, Murphy’s-Law, Griswold-family type of adventure. There are poorly timed poops. Lost pacifiers. Traffic jams and road construction. A beyond-awkward screening [...]

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Fayette Woman at the Home of King Richard the Lionheart

September 21, 2012 by Todd  
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Anna Marie Hendry recently toured the Normandy area of France. Pictured here with her Fayette Woman Magazine at Chateau Gaillard, the once mighty fortress dating back to 1196 in the days when England ruled Normandy and the chateau belonged to King Richard the Lionheart, who was simultaneously the King of England and Duke of Normandy.

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Jekyll Island Shrimp and Grits Festival

August 30, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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  Located directly on the Georgia coast, Jekyll Island is a shrimpers haven. To celebrate this local treasure, guests are invited to the 7th annual Wild Georgia Shrimp and Grits Festival, to be held Sept. 14 to 16 on Jekyll Island. Chefs and foodies from across the Southeast flock to the food-centric festival, either to [...]

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Gibbs Gardens: Public Garden 30 Years in the Making

August 9, 2012 by Bonnie Helander  
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Jim Gibbs’s passion for beautiful gardens is in his genes, passed down from his grandmothers, aunts and mother. Even as a child he knew that one day he wanted to create a world-class public garden for all to enjoy. Later, as the founder of Gibbs Landscape Company and the recipient of over 250 landscape design [...]

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National Parks Offer Affordable Summer Fun Close To Home

August 3, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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(StatePoint) You can make history, culture, natural beauty and scientific exploration a part of your life this summer by visiting a National Park near you. The nation’s 397 national parks not only protect some of America’s most iconic treasures, but they also tell diverse stories and teach valuable lessons about our shared heritage. National Parks [...]

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Disconnect in Destin

July 16, 2012 by Bonnie Helander  
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Summer has arrived—time to pack a bag and head for some down-time at the beach! We’re fortunate to be just a few hours’ drive from one of the most stunning beach communities in the world: Destin, Florida. Known for its brilliant white sand and blue-green water, Destin is the crown jewel of the beautiful beach [...]

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Rare Book Exhibit Opens Aug 3

July 16, 2012 by Fayette Woman  
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In an exclusive exhibition that explores the art, printing and binding of Gutenberg’s Bible, Arts Clayton Gallery will honor the most famous of all rare books by premiering “The Artistry of Gutenberg’s Bible” on August 3, 2012. “The Artistry of Gutenberg’s Bible” will feature the impressive two volume Cooper Square Facsimile printing, completed in authentic [...]

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