Georgia Magazine - October 2009 - (Page 42)

Spooky faces BY ANDREW WIDENER 2 3 5 I 4 I Raring to go for Halloween, Morgan Elise is the daughter of Shane and Tiffany Sharpe of Suwanee, and the granddaughter of Luis and Leslie Sanchez of Clarkesville (Habersham EMC), and Stanley and Victoria DeCastro of Winder (Jackson EMC). Victoria is associate editor at GEORGIA Magazine. Charlissia roars like a lion for Halloween. She is the daughter of Charles and Lisa Head of Barnesville (Southern Rivers Energy). Natalie Elizabeth Austin checks on her fancy pumpkin as she prepares to trick-or-treat. She is the daughter of Keith and Lisa Austin of Atlanta. Her grandparents, Keith and Trina Wright of Roopville (Carroll EMC), submitted the photo; Trina is an employee of Douglasville-based GreyStone Power Corp. Luke, the son of Barry and Angie Quarles of Ellijay, dresses up as a vampire for Halloween. (Amicalola EMC). Mark and Miranda are ready for a howling good time.They are the children of Tammy Cook of Douglasville (GreyStone Power Corp.). “Bewitching” Lyndsay shows off her two jack-o-lanterns. Her parents are Travis and Christy Green of Tennille (Washington EMC). Grandmother Rita Camp (aka “Cruella De Vil”) has found two nice “puppies” in her granddaughters Shelley and Samantha Camp. They are the daughters of Mark and Kristy Camp of Whitesburg (Carroll EMC). Future issues’ themes and deadlines: December 2009—“Christmas critters, due Oct. 1, 2009 January 2010—“My favorite photo,” due Nov. 2, 2009 February 2010—“My cool truck,” due Dec. 4, 2009 Please see submission information on page 6.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Georgia Magazine - October 2009

Georgia Magazine - October 2009
Picture This?
Festival Guide
Special Energy Report
Treasures in Tennessee
My Georgia
Georgia Gardens
Georgia Cooks
Cookbook of the Month

Georgia Magazine - October 2009