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April's features:

EMC employees volunteer to show their "Concern for community"Serving others >>
EMC employees give back to their communities.
By Jackie Kennedy

History lives on in Clinton >>
A town pulls together to save its architectural heritage.
By Greg Mullis

Structure and life skills >>
Youth ChalleNGe Academy builds productive adults.
By Stephanie Green

How many self-proclaimed capitals do you know? >>
You'd be surprised what's out there!
By Pamela A. Keene


Viewpoint >>
Who we are

Georgia News >>
Bib ministry; Safe Digging Month; Georgia glimpses

Liberty Notes >>
Tarriffs and income tax

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

Currents >>
News from Georgia's electric co-ops

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
EPA rules threaten reliable, affordable electricity

Pioneers of Rural Electrification >>
Valene Bennett

My Georgia April 2015My Georgia >>
Remembering Grandmother and Uncle John

Georgia Gardens >>
Have a beautiful yard and eat it too!

Georgia Cooks >>
Rising star Lara Lyn Carter

Snapshot >>
Editor's choice

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Bonus online content for
April 2015

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"Tales from the Altamaha," April 9-11, 14, 16-18, Blue Marquee Theater, Lyons. www.talesfromthealtamaha.com; (912) 526-6445.


Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including Easter egg hunts, spring festivals, bluegrass jams, garden tours and more!

Also, visit our online calendar for more events submitted by GEORGIA Magazine readers.

Georgia Young Farmers Convention


Created to serve >>
Support for community is fundamental to Georgia's co-ops.
Compiled by Victoria S. DeCastro

This month's contests:

Cast your vote for our 2015 Readers' Choice Awards Contest!

Answer 5 simple questions about our April issue for a chance to win a $25 Target gift card!

Click to enter our Regional Travel Guide - for a chance to win a $200 gift card!

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Answer 5 simple questions about May's issue for a chance to win a $25 Target gift card!

Information for consumers:

101 no-cost/low-cost energy-saving tips >>
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Georgia Cooks:

Rising star Lara Lyn Carter >>
Meet this homegrown TV celebrity chef.
By Doc Lawrence

Lara Lyn Carter's Cinnamon Spiced Chicken was inspired by her sons Beau and Christopher's love of sweet and spicy food. Click for more of Carter's great Southern recipes!

Georgia Gardens:

Edible landscapes >>
Have a beautiful yard and eat it too.
By Brian Barth

Click to learn how to create a bountiful backyard garden!

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