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January's features:

UGA Extension >>
Wrapping up 100 years, looking to the next century.
By Jackie Kennedy

SCAD: Cultivating creativity >>
From Savannah to the world in art.
By Jane F. Garvey

Ready for college? >>
Upperclassmen advise incoming students on how to survive their first year of college.
Compiled by Victoria S. DeCastro

Experience the Washington Youth Tour >>
A life-changing trip for Georgia delegates.
By Kevin Braun

The 'rest' of the story >>
Longtime GEORGIA Magazine Editor Ann Orowski retires this month.
A Q&A with Ann Orowski

Editor Ann Orowski, right, with retired Amicalola EMC CEO Bob Payne at their annual meeting in 2012.


Viewpoint >>
Why Grandma goes back

Mailbox >>
Letters from our readers

Picture this? >>
Guess where this photo was taken

Liberty notes >>
The end of Reconstruction

Georgia News >>
Celebrating an iconic theater; Places in peril; A crowning victory; Treecycling; Trivia contest winners; Georgia glimpses

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

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

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
Clean power plan would have negative impact on EMC consumers' bills

Georgia Cooks >>
Cooking with UGA Extension

My Georgia >>
Electricity - then and now

Georgia Gardens >>
What grows where?

Snapshot >>
Old churches

Walthourville Presbyterian Church, Liberty County. Photo by Victoria Funston.

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Bonus online content for
January 2015

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Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain, through Feb. 22. www.stonemountainpark.com


Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including holiday light displays, craft shows, festive concerts and more!

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


In competition and community >>
Georgia's electric co-ops lead the way
Compiled by Victoria S. DeCastro

GreyStone Power linemen Patrick LeCroy, Tony Brown and Josh Jones

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

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Click to read February's trivia questions, and enter 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:

Stepping up to the stove >>
UGA Extension in the kitchen
By Jackie Kennedy

The electric cooperatives and Extension Service often teamed up to present cooking classes throughout Georgia. Here, home economist Myron Luttrell demonstrates freezing and cooking with electric appliances at Jefferson-based Jackson EMC.

Georgia Gardens:

What grows where? >>
A gardener's guide to Georgia's diverse climates
By Brian Barth

Shade-loving ehododendron bushes blanket Hamilton Rhododendron Gardens at Lake Chatuge.

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