Sally Litchfield

Sally Litchfield has a love for Marietta and storytelling. Sally connected with the community for 20 years through the local paper. She brings that passion to Marietta Talks to capture and share all things Marietta.

First Friday Finds! Valentine’s Day Gifts at White Rabbit Cottage

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you are looking for a truly one-of-a-kind gift for someone special, then look no further. Head over to the White Rabbit Cottage, 3760 Due West Rd., Marietta, GA 30064. Display of gift ideas White Rabbit Cottage started as a small antique store that expanded to a thriving …

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Laseters Tavern Keeping Christmas Bright for Children

For years, Laseters Tavern at Vinings and its customers have collected toys for Cobb Christmas. This year was no exception. The group collected well over 150 toys including nine bicycles for needy children in Cobb County.  The bus picked the toys up and these folks definitely “stuffed the bus.” “Cobb Christmas, Inc., staffed 100% by …

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Harry Norman performing strong for the community in 2020

Staff Reports Closing a strong year, Harry Norman, REALTORS® exceeded its original goal of raising $90K from agent contributions to celebrate its 90th year. Combined with company contributions, the organization donated over $135K to support important nonprofit work including animal rights, the arts, fighting homelessness and more. Each office selected charities to receive their contribution …

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JLCM supporting women! period. Exclamation point!

The Junior League of Cobb-Marietta (JLCM) announced that It’s A Girl Thing! collection drive this fall as part of Period Poverty Awareness Month was a total success. In 2018, Junior League of Cobb-Marietta (JLCM) sustainers discovered an issue in the community that desperately needed to be addressed—women and girls were missing school, work or similar …

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Cobb Seniors had a holly jolly Christmas

The Tim D. Lee Senior Center off Sandy Plains Rd. in Marietta is closed due to Covid-19. However, it remains closed for another reason. Extensive renovations are under way and the massive remodeling project won’t be completed until early next year. Normally, many Cobb County Senior Citizens enjoy the various activities offered at the Senior Center. …

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