The wind brought me to The Crier but this isn’t a personal story.
Joyce Amacher: Dunwoody’s quintessential southern lady. I’m pretty sure if you squint in certain light you can actually see tiny stars trailed by sparkling silver dust flying out of Joyce Amacher’s head.
13 million hits for “Dark Hope.” I told you about Dunwoody’s Monica McGurk’s quest to become a published author early in the process of her young adult series novels about fallen angels, but there have been great strides since my first report.
Perhaps Dunwoody’s most visible expert on manners, etiquette and gallantry, Dolores Hopkins Lauderdale now has a new title.
Learning to give back. Early childhood students at St. Martin’s Episcopal School recently participated in a service project “Kids Helping Kids” to collect items to be donated to Atlanta’s Good Samaritan Health Center.
Anything Goes this Weekend. Get your ticket for “Anything Goes.” The Dunwoody Wildcat Theater opens the show on Friday with shows through the weekend — March 28-29 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 30 at 2 p.m.