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2011 Resolution Run 5K--RECAP

2011 Resolution Run 5K--RECAP

Sure, I’ll have a little rain with my run. That's just what I wanted to kick off the New Year.

To say it was wet during the Atlanta Track Club’s 2011 Resolution Run would be an understatement. I thought about bringing a bucket with me to run but saw they weren’t allowed in the rules – right next to no headphones and no strollers.

The rain wasn’t a surprise, our trusty weather-people had been forecasting it all week so I was mentally prepared to...Click to Read Entire Article at RunWifeyRun.

New Physician Joins WellStar Family Medicine

New Physician Joins WellStar Family Medicine

ACWORTH, GA -- WellStar Medical Group, a group of more than 400 primary care providers, specialists and advanced practitioners, is pleased to announce that Daniel Kuzio, M.D., joined WellStar's newest practice, WellStar Family Medicine, and began seeing patients on Saturday, Jan. 1.

Dr. Kuzio received his bachelor's degree in biochemistry from Penn State University State College. He received his medical degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and completed his residency in family medicine at Memorial Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia. He is board-certified in family practice.

Prior to joining WellStar, Dr. Kuzio practiced at Acworth Family Medicine.

Stephen Galya, PA, and Julie R. Graiser, CNP, who worked with Dr. Kuzio at Acworth Family Medicine, will also join WellStar Family Medicine.


Kennesaw Teen Named Semifinalist for SportsKid of The Year

KENNESAW, GA -- She's a stellar athlete, a good student and a volunteer for several local organizations. Now, Kendell Williams also has the chance to be a cover girl.

Williams, 15, of Kennesaw is one of 10 semifinalists to become the 2010 Sports Illustrated Kids' SportsKid of The Year. She now competes to become one of three finalists for the title.

The SportsKid of The Year will be featured on the December cover of SI Kids, honored at SI's annual Sportsman of the Year award celebration in New York City and appear on Cartoon Network's first-ever Hall of Game awards show in early 2011.

According to her biography on the SI Kids website, Williams is a record-setting track & field star at Kell High School in Marietta.

Join the Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Youth Council!

MARIETTA, GA -- Wanted: One hundred middle and high school students who are passionate about ending the destructive act of teenage binge drinking.

The Cobb Alcohol Taskforce Youth Council is a movement, a youth-led movement. Never before has an issue required the guts and spirit of youth to move it forward; to shake the cages of communities everywhere; to make changes, rattle adults out of complacency, and rub the sleep out of politicians' eyes so they wake up to the problem of underage binge drinking, which affects thousands of young people every day.

The Take It Back Movement is about youth power, influence and brains -- multiplied! It's about imagining a better future, telling the truth, refusing censorship, staying on the edge, creating action and generating results.