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Remember the good in the community
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I have been going back and forth with this tug on my heart about writing up a special little letter to our family of Dawsonville for a few weeks.

I believe that Kenneth [Stewart] really had something to do with this. There has been so many harsh things going on in the world lately, and also in our hometown ....and I knew that it was my duty as Kenneth's mom to remind you all of how strong we are as a community, the roots of faith and love run deep through this town and at times it may get tested, but maybe that's why I'm writing this.

I's like to first say that all this is, is each and every one of yours week of celebration and remembrance, from Our Soldier Boy!

I ask that you all take a moment this week and have a cup cake, make a cake with your kids, or just take a moment to do nothing more than smile and be thankful for what we do have.

Kenneth turned 15, this past Monday, Dec. 7, and I know he's rejoicing with our maker and looking down on his hometown sending his love. I believe he would love to see all of you have that day for him.

All week there will be balloons placed on the signs at the intersection of Hwy. 53 and Perimeter Road. Feel free to attach your balloons to the signs as well.

This time of year is always a little heavy for me since I let him go home to our true home in the sky, as quick as the weight comes into my heart, it leaves, because he lives in so many of us still to this day!

Thank you all for taking the time to read this.

Please join in for a week of celebrating a little, this town I know, can do wonderful things, but this week let's love, shout out happy birthday and take a moment for yourself.

Happy Birthday to Our Soldier Boy, and to each and every one of you as well, it's our day from Him!

I hope all of you a wonderful, healthy Holiday Season, and always remember Kenneth's message, through faith all things are possible, even for this little town in the mountains of north Georgia.

Remember roots run deep, if you keep them watered.


God Bless,
    Anastasia Miles & Alex Stewar