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Happy Fourth of July!!

4th July

Fourth of July Celebrations in Cumming include :

  • Annual Third of July Fireworks – Cumming Fairgrounds, 235 Castleberry Road, Cumming, GA
    • July 3rd
      • 6:00 PM Gates Open
      • 8:30 PM Dance Competition
      • 9:30 PM Fireworks
      • Admission – Free!
    • July 4th
      • 10 AM Annual Steam Engine Parade
      • Starts at the intersection Tribble Gap & Woodland Drive & ends at the Fairgrounds
      • Lasts approximately 2 Hours
    • Come Join the Fun!!

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$472,523 1875 Beckham St Cumming, GA , 30041 4 beds 4 baths 3900 sq ft Listing ID:  8153907

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Annual Third of July Fireworks*
Cumming Fairgrounds
235 Castleberry Road
Cumming, Georgia
July 3
6:00 p.m.        Gates Open
8:30p.m.         Dance competition
9:30 p.m.        Fireworks.
Admission:      Free!
(Annual Steam Engine Parade on July 4 at 10 a.m.)

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From Baby Boomer to Empty Nester – Now What?

 

You can keep your home in top shape with simple tasks throughout the year. This month, be sure to:

  1. Trim back shrubbery around walls.
  2. Trim tree limbs away from roof.
  3. Remove any yard waste or debris as needed. Keep branches or other clippings around can attract insects.
  4. Check your siding for damage, warping, or rot.
  5. Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
  6. Check for damage, loose, or missing shingles on your roof.
  7. Check your chimneys for deteriorating bricks and mortar.
  8. Check window and door screens, replace or patch if needed.
  9. Check driveway, walkway, and patios for cracks or deterioration and reseal or repair as necessary.
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You can keep your home in top shape with simple tasks throughout the year. This month, be sure to:

  1. Trim back shrubbery around walls.
  2. Trim tree limbs away from roof.
  3. Remove any yard waste or debris as needed. Keep branches or other clippings around can attract insects.
  4. Check your siding for damage, warping, or rot.
  5. Check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
  6. Check for damage, loose, or missing shingles on your roof.
  7. Check your chimneys for deteriorating bricks and mortar.
  8. Check window and door screens, replace or patch if needed.
  9. Check driveway, walkway, and patios for cracks or deterioration and reseal or repair as necessary.
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 As always, I appreciate referrals from my friends and past clients. If you know of anyone who is looking to buy or sell real estate, please send them my way! Â

 

Forsyth County Schools

 

Welcome to Forsyth County Schools, one of the best public school systems in the state and nation! Whether you were born in Forsyth County, relocated to our community or looking to call Forsyth County your new home, we welcome the opportunity for you and your family to become part of Forsyth County Schools growing family.
More useful information about Forsyth County Schools can be found by using the links below.
As the nation’s 11th fastest growing county, Forsyth County’s growth and increasing cultural diversity have had a positive impact on our schools. Highly motivated students come to our classrooms locally and from all over the world. Our students bring with them support from home and an excitement that keeps teaching fresh and new.
Besides being only 30 miles from Atlanta, Forsyth County is also just minutes from the Blue Ridge Mountains and is nestled alongside Lake Lanier, a favorite recreational venue. Numerous world-class parks, recreational and cultural activities, as well as well designed green space and health care services, are available for all ages.
Our thriving local economy features countless retail centers and Forsyth County’s first mall, The Collection Forsyth. Additionally, the county is only twenty minutes away from three major shopping malls. Lanier Technical College and North Georgia University are located in Forsyth County. Over a dozen colleges and universities are also less than one hour from the county. A variety of housing options are available, from apartments to townhouses, to planned subdivisions and country living.
 Located along Georgia’s  “Technology Corridor” of Georgia Highway 400, the economic profile of Forsyth County is quite diverse, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses opened by local entrepreneurs who saw a market for their product or service. Close enough to the city, yet still small enough to know your neighbors and enjoy the fresh air of the country, Forsyth County is a great place to live, to raise a family and educate your children.
For more information, please see the links below:

Forsyth County Government

Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce

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