For Highlands Rotarian David Jellison, the notion of Service Above Self resonates here on the Plateau and far beyond.
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The siren call of the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society’s cats and dogs extends far beyond the Plateau. And people respond.
The Plateau’s premier conservation group has extended its domain by 28 acres, thanks to the generosity of Little Bear Pen LLC.
The arrival of Jethro is an emphatic declaration that Carpe Diem Farms is happily going to the dogs.
A special exhibition at the Bascom, “Freewheeling: The Allure of the Automobile in Contemporary Art” runs from May 11–August 21. The Highlands Motoring Festival is revving up for a June 10-13 return to the Plateau. For more information, visit highlandsmotoringfestival.com.
Bear Shadow Festival Rock Star Chuck Leavell’s long, strange journey began with the magic of Ray Charles and led through worldwide fame with The Rolling Stones, before ending up in the deep woods outside Macon, Georgia.
A lower-key, more personal celebration is on tap for this year’s Earth Day, set for April 22.
The noble apple tree finally gets its day in the sun with The Cashiers Historical Society’s Heritage Apple Day, set for Saturday, March 27 at the Cashiers Community Center.
As we’re all focused on the arrival of spring, don’t forget those memories of winter. Laurel Magazine is saving a spot for you in its Winter 2022 Cover Photo Contest.
During the winter to early-spring months, the Cashiers-Highlands high-elevation Plateau comes alive during a “secret season.”