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Seafood & Beer Festival returns in August

Seafood & Beer Festival returns in August

RIVERDALE, Ga. -- The popular Riverdale Seafood & Beer Festival will return later this summer.

Riverdale's largest event includes international beer stations, live music and several varieties of seafood. There are also plenty of family-friendly activities to keep the little ones entertained.

This year's festival will be held Saturday, Aug. 31 at the Riverdale Town Center.

Learn more at riverdaleculture.com.

Friday Night Flicks continues in Riverdale

Friday Night Flicks continues in Riverdale

RIVERDALE, Ga. -- Friday Night Flicks are being offered in Riverdale, with free admission to the public.

On Friday, June 21, "Wizard of Oz" will be shown at 9:00 p.m. outside the Amphitheater at the Riverdale Town Center, located on Church Street. 

The film is shown weather permitting. Families are welcome to attend, and can bring their own food to enjoy. Cash-only concessions will be available. 

Movies under the stars

Movies under the stars

Movie Under the Stars

Movie Under the Stars

For additional information:  www.claytonparks.com  (moive starts at 9pm)

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 

The Autism Gap: The fight for insurance

The Autism Gap: The fight for insurance

ATLANTA -- Eight year old Ava Bullard is playing with her sisters, riding their bikes on their long country driveway. It is a simple act that defies those who said she would never talk, those who said she wouldn't function in the real world.

Ava was not a typical baby, or toddler.

Her mother Anna says, "You couldn't interact with her."

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Ava did not play with toys. Did not speak. Could not dress herself. Did not interact with her parents or sisters. Slept two hours a night. She was in her own world.

Anna says, "It's like she looked straight through me. She would just...it's like you weren't there, if you were in the room with her."

Anna Bullard took Ava from doctor to doctor for months. One doctor told the family Ava was 'just weird.'