Kathryn Dudeck

Kathryn Dudeck: Hawk Hero

Meet Kathryn Dudeck, Hawk Hero. Her actual title is Wildlife Director at the Chattahoochee Nature Center. However, she is also the go-to “bird person” in Medlock Park, a nearly 40 acre neighborhood located in unincorporated DeKalb County Georgia.  Video credit goes to Matt Maguire (former Medlock Park resident) One…

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Asian Pacific American Month

Asian Pacific American Trailblazers!

You should know May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and it’s time to honor remarkable historical figures that were left out of our history classes. This month, take a moment to research important figures like Wing Luke and Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop. Looking for more…

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A Purr-fect Travel Companion

A scottish bicyclist named Dean Nicholson has a new best friend as well as a purr-fect travel companion. One day while he was biking near a border in the Balkans in the area of Bosnia and Montenegro, something caused him to stop.  “I was going up a steep hill with…

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women's history month

Let’s Celebrate Women’s History

Since the late 1980’s the month of March has been designated as Women’s History Month. Every year the National Women’s History Project (NWHP) creates a theme for the month-long celebration. This year is all about honoring women in government and public service. Women’s History Month Founded in 1980, the NWHP is…

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