An open-water adventure that should have taken several hours turned into an epic tale worthy of some pretty good stories for a group of folks from Lake Lanier recently. At least they’ll have some great stories for their grandchildren.
Sue Sigmon-Nosach is among the fortunate few as a long-time ovarian cancer survivor. She spends her waking hours working to raise awareness and develop financial assistance for gynecological cancer patients across Northeast Georgia.
The seventh annual Pirates of Lanier Poker Run apparently did it again. In mid-July, the event raised around $400,000 to benefit three local children’s charities – Camp Sunshine, Camp Twin Lakes and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County.