Business Briefs

Bubbles and Brushes to be featured in “Prevention” Magazine

Bubbles and Brushes Art Studio in Ashley Park was recently photographed for an article in “Prevention” Magazine on Cancer Treatment Centers of America.

For over a year, Bubbles and Brushes has been offering Art Expressions classes to patients at CTCA.

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Kia contributes $10,000 to Chattahoochee Fuller Center

Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia Inc. has contributed $10,000 to the Chattahoochee Fuller Center for construction of a new home in Lanett, Ala.

The Chattahoochee Fuller Center is part of the Fuller Center for Housing, a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating poverty housing worldwide.

The home in Lanett will be the 32nd home built by the organization, and the sixth one sponsored by KMMG.

Since 2008, KMMG has contributed more than $6.4 million to the community.

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Church’s celebrating in September

Church’s Chicken is celebrating National Chicken, Biscuit, and Honey Month in September.

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