🌱 Cumming Family Chiropractic + GA Congress Members’ Districts

🌱 Cumming Family Chiropractic + GA Congress Members’ Districts

Hello, hello. I’m here with your fresh copy of the Cumming Daily, full of all the local news you need to know right now. Today’s issue includes…

  • Cumming Family Chiropractic joining Cumming City Center
  • Four of the 14 Georgia Congress members live outside the districts they serve
  • Three teams from Sawnee Elementary competed in a nearby robotics competition over the weekend

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A morning shower; cloudy. High: 58 Low: 46.


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Here are the top five stories in Cumming today:

  1. The City of Cumming announced on Monday that Cumming Family Chiropractic is moving to the Cumming City Center development. The chiropractic office is owned and operated by Dr. Diana Husk, a Forsyth County resident. The office specialized in prenatal, pregnancy, and pediatric care, but all chiropractor needs are met at the practice. (NewsBreak Original)
  2. Four of the 14 members of the Georgia Congress serve in districts where they do not live. Those members living outside their districts include Rich McCormick, Lucy McBath, Andrew Clyde, and David Scott. McCormick said, “Every day I’m in district, I’m in Cumming, which is in the middle of my district … Now, where I sleep is nobody’s business.” Members of Congress are only required to live in the states in which they represent – not the districts. (Subscription: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
  3. Three teams from Sawnee Elementary school competed in the VEX IQ Robotics Tournament on Saturday. The three teams traveled to Lanier Middle School to compete in the competition. The Gorgeous Group took second place for the Teamwork Champion Award and the Excellence Award. The Rogue Robots took first place for the Teamwork Champion Award. (Sawnee Elementary via Facebook)
  4. Full- and part-time job opportunities are available in the Cumming area. Available positions include sales representative, garden center visual merchandiser, account executive, operations manager, director of admissions, and more. More details about companies hiring in the area are available at the link. (Cumming Patch)
  5. The Humane Society of Forsyth County is throwing a fundraising event on Saturday evening, Feb. 4 at the Reid Barn. The event will include heavy hors d’ouerves, a bourbon and wine tasting, and music you can dance to! In addition to ticket sales, raffles and games will take place to help raise money for the humane society to keep caring for displaced pets in the county. Tickets for the event can be purchased here. (Humane Society of Forsyth County, GA via Facebook)

Today in and around Cumming:

  • Community Gallery Exhibit: Portrait Quilts – Quilting by Numbers At Alpharetta City Hall, Alpharetta (All Day)
  • Toddler Tales Storytime At Forsyth County Public Library – Cumming Branch (10:00 AM)
  • Live Music – Emmanuel “Chops” Smith Trio At Roaring Social, Alpharetta (8:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Kudos go out to Chattahoochee Elementary’s Ms. Kemp and Ms. Nepple’s 5th grade students who made good choices in the second quarter of the school year and were rewarded with a game night! (Chattahoochee Elementary via Facebook)
  • Don’t forget: The Educator Job Fair this week at South Forsyth High School on Feb. 4 from 8:00-11:30 a.m. (Forsyth County Schools via Facebook)
  • The Cumming City Council will hold their next work session meeting on Feb. 1 at 6:00 p.m. at Council Chambers. The next regular meeting will be on Feb. 15 at 6:00 p.m.; the agenda can be found here. (City of Cumming)

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