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Life & relationship strategist Kenny Pugh launches program for teen pregnancy

Life & relationship strategist Kenny Pugh launches program for teen pregnancy

In support and partnership with The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Life & Relationship Strategist, Author and Speaker,Kenny Pugh (http://www.kennypugh.com) will launch Abstinence Matters

Jasmine Guy takes her campaign against child sex trafficking to Georgia Perimeter College

Jasmine Guy takes her campaign against child sex trafficking to Georgia Perimeter College

On the heels of a successful campaign launch for "I Am Not Yours!"- a campaign committed to taking a stand against child sexual exploitation, Jasmine Guy has been making her case in national media with the likes of 

Melba Moore talks new play in Atlanta, more!

Tony Award winning entertainer is in Atlanta for her new play Good God A'Mighty playing 2/14 - 2/24 at the 14th St. Playhouse. Watch what she says about forgiveness, her career and how she decided to stop teaching to act.

Clayton County students win national art awards

Clayton County students win national art awards

JONESBORO, Ga. -- Three budding artists at two Clayton County high schools are among this year's honorees in the National Art and Writing Awards.

The 90-year-old New York City-based awards program has such notable alumni as Truman Capote and Andy Warhol. In the past five years, it has given $25 million in scholarship money to some of the nation's most talented students.

Quentrez George, a senior at Mt. Zion High School, won a gold medal for "Falling," a painting he created. "Falling" will be on display at the Atlanta campus of the Savannah College of Art and Design before moving on to the national competition in the spring.

George's classmate Divine Martin received an honorable mention, as did Morrow High School student Andre Price.

Both George and Martin will attend SCAD after graduating from Mt. Zion High.

Jonesboro HS student wins national art contest

Jonesboro HS student wins national art contest

JONESBORO, Ga. -- A talented Jonesboro High School junior has won $500 and bragging right in a national contest.

Lily Pham placed first in the art category of the Create Real Impact competition.

Create Real Impact challenged students to create peer-to-peer messages about the dangers of distracted driving and making reckless decisions. The contest was open to high school and college students across the country. Categories included art, creative writing, music and video.

Lily's winning artwork is titled If You Only Live Once, How Do You Want to Be Remembered.

Create Real Impact is sponsored by California Casualty, which provides auto and home insurance to educators, firefighters, law enforcement officers and nurses in 44 states.

'Riverdance' star to give concert at Spivey Hall

'Riverdance' star to give concert at Spivey Hall

MORROW, Ga. -- Michael Londra will give a Celtic Yuletide concert in Clayton County next month.

Londra is the lead singer of Riverdance on Broadway and the star of the PBS special "Beyond Celtic." He will bring an Irish holiday spirit to Georgia with his show of stories, songs and Celtic folklore.

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A Celtic Yuletide with Michael Londra will be at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 16 at Spivey Hall. Tickets are $40 and are available at spiveyhall.org.

Spivey Hall is located on the campus of Clayton State University in Morrow.