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November's features:

Deck the halls >>
Christmas comes to the Tate House.
By Karon Warren

Students gaining their voice >>
The YMCA Youth Assembly provides hands-on civics instruction.
By Jackie Kennedy

What the South is all about >>
Georgia products are bold, diverse and tasty.
By Jane F. Garvey

Chef Nick Melvin, of Atlanta, has crafted Doux South, a line of inventive pickles.


Departments:

Viewpoint >>
Over there? What about over here?

Mailbox >>
Letters from our readers

Picture this? >>
Guess where this photo was taken

Liberty notes >>
The 15th Amendment and voting rights

Georgia News >>
Ronald McDonald Houses provide a sanctuary during the storm

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
Electric cooperatives applaud CoalBlue Project

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

Georgia Cooks >>
Inspired bites at the Tate House bistro

Around Georgia >>
Washington, crossroads of history

My Georgia >>
An honorable life

Snapshot >>
Armed forces personnel

Georgia Gardens >>
The Captain Planet Foundation Project Learning Gardens

Captain Planet Foundation Executive Director Leesa Carter shares some gardening time with elementary students.


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November 2014

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Calendar:

Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including air shows, cruise-ins, bluegrass festivals, corn mazes, concerts and more!

Holiday Festivities & Events Guide >>
Plan a fun trip for yourself or your family.

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

Athos Menaboni: Six Decades of Painting in Georgia, runs through Jan. 5, 2015, at the Albany Museum of Art, in Albany. www.albanymuseum.com; (229) 439-8400.


Currents:

Leading the way >>
Co-ops promote education, patriotism and local charities.
Compiled by Victoria S. DeCastro

Walton EMC employees present a $30,000 check to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Walton County in Monroe from the proceeds of the Walton EMC Golf Classic.


This month's contests:

Click to enter our October Travel Guide contest!

Click to see the November Picture this? photo, and email us your guess where this was taken!

Click to enter our November 2014 Trivia Contest!


Information for consumers:

101 no-cost/low-cost energy-saving tips >>
Click here for a downloadable booklet full of ways to conserve energy while saving money.





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Georgia Cooks:

Inspired bites at the bistro >>
Holiday dishes and delights from the Tate House holiday tours
By Jennifer J. Hewett

Chef John Lupi, of the Tate House


Hit the road:

Washington, crossroads of history >>
Explore the small Southern town where extraordinary people and events shaped history
By Ray Chandler

The Fitzpatrick Hotel, Washington, GA


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