Archive for May 2011

Sk8 Challenge on Silver Comet a Success.

Sk8 Challenge

For the first-ever event of its kind, the Sk8 Challenge tested around 20 riders’ endurance as it stretched along the entire Silver Comet Trail in Georgia and Chief Ladiga Trail in Alabama for a three-day trip totaling 188 miles.

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Hitting the Trail – Olde Town Conyers

PATH Leaders at Olde Town Conyers

On Thursday afternoon outside the Nancy Guinn Library, Conyers Mayor Randy Mills, and PATH Foundation officials and State Sen. Ronald Ramsey were joined by cyclists, runners and walkers of all ages to dedicate and celebrate the completion of the Olde Town Conyers portion of the PATH Trail.

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First annual TriPATHlon a huge success!

Over 300 people competed in Sunday’s TriPATHlon held at Chastain Park. TriPATHlon is PATH’s first annual in-town triathlon event. Volunteers and participants started arriving at five in the morning. As the sun came up, participants organized in line around the Chastain Park Pool to begin the first portion of the triathlon.

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My dog has learned to spell. Well, to clarify, my dog now recognizes when I’m spelling one of “her words” rather than saying it. It does me no good now to spell D-I-N-N-E-R to avoid the bouncing and woofing that follows the mere utterance of the word. Saying it or spelling it sends Roxie into…

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