Don’t miss what the “Local Voices” had to say this week on surrounding Patches. Below are some blogs that got people talking this week. Don’t miss the opportunity to get your two cents in!
To say it’s hot outside would be an understatement and North Georgia Weather blogs this week with the inside scoop on just how warm temperatures in our area will get this weekend. High temperatures look possible Thursday through maybe Monday. Get the whole story in the blog section on most of your local Patches.
Loganville-Grayson Patch blogger, Tammy Osier, writes this week about a mini-boot camp that was recently held at Meridian Community Park in Loganville. The camp was led by a Retired Army Sergeant and his wife, a certified personal trainer. Osier writes how each day campers learned one of the seven Army values as well as important nutritional lessons. Read this entire blog to see why Osier believes if there were more programs like this we might not hear so many stories of kids and disrespect.
Athens Patch blogger is still on the road in Florida and this week he blogs about his adventures in the Miami, South Beach area. Taylor details the difference in Ocean Drive and South Beach and what you might expect to see on a visit to the Paris of America.
Fort Stewart Patch blogger ’s daughter recently turned 15 and is now legally able to drive a car. Turner has fun with her blog post this week telling us how she explained the mysteries of the road to her daughter before she actually hits the road. Drive carefully!
Dacula Patch blogger Brian Crawford received a good many comments this week in his blog discussing a conspiracy on the right to openly carry loaded guns. With the recent outbreak of wildfires in Utah, Crawford discusses the notion that the fires were caused by target shooters and questions exactly where presumptive Presidential nominee Mitt Romney stands on the issue of gun control.
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