Straight to the horse’s mouth!

Posted in the Cherokee Vine on September 7th, 2013
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Dante, a two-year-old mustang, doesn’t hesitate to claim the donation!

The Canton Modern Woodmen of America Chapter assisted the Healing Hands Youth Ranch (HHYR) in raising $1,500 and the Modern Woodmen home office matched those funds for a $3,000 donation to the HHYR.  The purpose of the Waleska nonprofit, founded by Jennifer Simonis, is to use horses to help young people make better life choices.  The funds will be used to buy materials to build shelters for the therapy horses.  Modern Woodmen is a Fraternal Financial organization helping families plan and save for their future.  For questions or to get involved, contact Chad Atkinson at (404) 797-8108.

HHYR is hosting an open house, 1-5 p.m. Oct. 12, with concessions and pony rides.  The address is 114 Addington Ln., Waleska.  www.hhyr.org.

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A celebration of life and power of God’s love

Posted in the Cherokee Vine on February 1st, 2013
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Trent and Michelle Donley with Sam (top), Payton (left) holding Jacob and Savannah (center).

By Glenn Hannigan
It is a raucous annual event held each December. The throng of celebrants, from preschoolers to grandparents, has grown steadily each year.
It is not a typical birthday party.
In its early years, the little celebration took over a corner of Mi Casa, the family’s favorite Mexican restaurant. As the party continued to grow in popularity, more tables and booths were commandeered. In recent years, the entire restaurant on Ga. 92 in Woodstock is filled for the occasion.
The annual event is not as much a birthday party as it is a celebration of life, love, and God’s mercy. On Dec. 19, 2012, Savannah Donley turned 17. A large, joyful assembly of family and friends gathered to mark the event.
The guest of honor sat in the middle of the room, surrounded by balloons and well-wishers. Most young women turning 17 would almost assuredly be bombarded with lots of annoying questions from adults about school, driving, boys, activities, college plans, etc. But not Savannah. The party in her honor is not to celebrate what she has done or what she might do. It is simply to celebrate her life.

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