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Hi Dalton! Like many of you, the correction staff takes some time off on Memorial Day, so you won’t see this newsletter in your inbox for a few days. We’ll be back soon, but in the meantime, here’s what’s happening in and around town this weekend.

But first, your local weather:

  • Saturday: showers. High: 78 Low: 53.
  • Sunday: cloudy and sun with showers. High: 68 Low: 56.


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Here are the top three stories of the day in Dalton:

  1. The Dalton Board of Education is seeking a new board member following the resignation of Board Vice Chairman Palmer Griffin, who moves to be closer to his family. The board appreciated Griffin’s commitment and contributions to the education system in Dalton. Interested individuals have until May 31st to submit their letters of interest for the open seat. (Daily Citizen)
  2. Merry Maids is expanding its cleaning services to Dalton, with Merry Maids of Dalton opening by a franchisee Tara Brackett and her husband, Wesley Brackett. The couple aims to provide residents with a reliable cleaning company to save them time and enhance their work-life balance. With limited competition in the area, Merry Maids sees this expansion as an opportunity to bring their services into a new market in North Georgia and Tennessee. (Franchising.com)
  3. local group Physicians Health Services has awarded scholarships to seven of the region’s top science students. Each student received $2,000 to use toward an accredited university. PHS has been offering annual scholarships since 2013. (Daily Citizen)

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This weekend in and around Dalton:

Saturday 27 May

  • Summer music on the weekends At Rock City Gardens, Lookout Mountain. (8:30 AM)

Sunday 28 May

  • Narcotics Anonymous meetings at 720 North Hamilton Street (11:00 a.m.)

Monday 29 May

  • Memorial Day Rock March At Chickamauga Battlefield, Fort Oglethorpe (10:00 AM)

From my notebook:

  • In preparation for Memorial Weekend, The Whitfield County community is urging pet owners to prioritize the safety of their animals, especially because of the potential distress caused by fireworks. To help pet owners out, the group has shared a comprehensive list of pet safety tips designed especially for the holiday season. (Whitfield County, Georgia – Missing dogs, cats, and pets via Facebook)
  • On Thursday, Park Creek Kindergarten students planted the seeds of 32 vegetables and plants. When harvested, the food will be shared with Park Creek students and their families. (Dalton Public Schools GA via Facebook)
  • this week, The graduating seniors of Dalton High School Catamounts and Dalton Academy have continued the annual tradition of returning to their elementary schools to walk through the halls one last time. The seniors put on their hats and gowns while the elementary students cheered them on. (Dalton Public Schools GA via Facebook)

That’s it for today! I will see you soon.

Michelle Paul

About me: Michelle Ball is a Utah-based writer and photographer with a professional background in content management and registered nursing. When not working on projects ranging from photo editing to copywriting, they enjoy traveling, playing video games, and expanding their skills.

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