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Open Houses March 22, 2015

Come by this weekend and say hello! We've got lots of great houses all over the city and we would love to see you. Let us know if we can help (404) 334-3045 or ClientCare@AtlantaSOLDSisters.com Click on the property address below for details and pictures:  245 Plantation Way, Roswell - Sunday 2:00-5:00p 6466 Old Shadburn Road, Buford (on Lake Lanier) - Sunday 2:00-5:00p CANCELLED -Please call if you would like to see this home And stop by our New Construction listings in South Forsyth anytime Saturday 10:00-6:00 or Sunday 1:00-6:00. The subdivision is Caney Estates at 3114 Caney Road, Cumming, GA 30041 (404) 334-3045 or ClientCare@AtlantaSOLDSisters.com

Open Houses 3/15/15

Come by this weekend and say hello! We've got lots of great houses all over the city and we would love to see you. Let us know if we can help (404) 334-3045 or ClientCare@AtlantaSOLDSisters.com Click on the property address below for details and pictures:  6466 Old Shadburn Road, Buford (on Lake Lanier) - Sunday 10:00-3:00p 245 Plantation Way, Roswell - Sunday 2:00-5:00p And stop by our New Construction listings in South Forsyth anytime Saturday 10:00-6:00 or Sunday 1:00-6:00. The subdivision is Caney Estates at 3114 Caney Road, Cumming, GA 30041 (404) 334-3045 or ClientCare@AtlantaSOLDSisters.com

The King Center and Dr Martin Luther King Jr.

Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) has been a global destination, resource center and community institution for over a quarter century. Nearly a million people each year make pilgrimage to the National Historic Site to learn, be inspired and pay their respects to Dr. King’s legacy. Both a traditional memorial and programmatic nonprofit, the King Center was envisioned by its founder to be “no dead monument, but a living memorial filled with all the vitality that was his, a center of human endeavor, committed to the causes for which he lived and died.” That vision was carried out through educational and community programs until Mrs. King’s retirement in the mid-1990’s, and today it’s being revitalized. As we move into the second decade of the 21st century, the King Center is embarking on a major transformation into a more energetically-engaged educational and social chan

Oakland Cemetery

Many important Atlanta milestones are represented at Oakland Cemetery, from early builders, to Civil War soldiers, to leaders of industry, to Civil Rights pioneers, no matter where you turn, history surrounds you. It is a shining example of the “rural garden” cemetery movement of the 19th century.  The garden cemetery featured winding paths, large shade trees, flowers, and shrubs, and appealing vistas. The garden cemetery concept was a precursor to public park development in America.  Today, Oakland is still used as a park for the community and is a valued green space in Atlanta.  It is also a repository for stunning art and architecture.  Elaborate mausoleums, soaring sculptures and effusive inscriptions speak of an age when the bereaved found consolation in extravagant expression.  Impressive art and architecture can be seen in many styles: Victorian, Greek Revival, Gothic, Neo-classical, Egyptian and Exotic Revival. Several mausoleums feature stained glass windows from Tiff

Ebenezer Baptist Church

Throughout its long history, Ebenezer Baptist Church, located in Atlanta, Georiga, has been a spiritual home to many citizens of the "Sweet Auburn" community. Its most famous member, Martin Luther King, Jr., was baptized as a child in the church. After giving a trial sermon to the congregation at Ebenezer at the age of 19 Martin was ordained as a minister. In 1960 Dr. King, Jr. became a co-pastor of Ebenezer with his father, "Daddy" King. He remained in that position until his death in 1968. As a final farewell to his spiritual home Dr. King, Jr.'s funeral was held in the church. In 2000 a study of the church building resulted in "Ebenezer Baptist Church, Historic Structure Report" (File Size: 31.5 MB) being issued by the National Park Service. This reports serves as a guideline for the restoration of the church. CHURCH RESTORATION In 2001, thanks to a Save America's Treasures Grant and the contributions of many individuals and corporations, the National Park Service began the