St Pat’s Casino Night
The young people of today will be the leaders of tomorrow. The Johns Creek Business Association believes in helping to raise up the next generation of strong men and women to make the future of our community bright. The JCBA has awarded nearly $30,000 in scholarships to area high school students since 2008, funded in part from proceeds earned at events like the Casino Night, March 17 at the Atlanta Athletic Club. The St. Patrick’s Day party is open to everyone and tickets are $75. On board as generous sponsors are Alcon ($3,000 Scholarship Donation); Saia Trucking and Emory Johns Creek Hospital as $3k level sponsors; Andersen, Tate, & Carr Law Firm and the Bank of North Georgia as $1.5k level sponsors; OrthoAtlanta Orthopedic Clinics, Black Dog Signs and Big Frog T-Shirts of Suwanee ad $750 level sponsors. To join the list of supporters or for tickets to go JohnsCreekBA.com
Creative Dentistry is proud to welcome Dr. Solomon Yakubov to the practice. Dr. Yakubov completed his dental education at Temple University- Kornberg School of Dentistry in Philadelphia, PA after studying biology at Georgia State University. He continued his dental education by attending a General Practice residency program at the Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York City, a level 1 trauma center, with a focus on oral surgery. Dr. Yakubov returned to his home town of Atlanta, GA where he practices out of both Creative Dentistry locations. Dr. Yakubov enjoys volunteering at dental events across the country as well as participating in dental mission trips internationally. Dr. Yakubov is a member of the Georgia Dental Association and the American Dental Association. During his spare time Dr. Yakubov enjoys spending time with his family, exercising and restoring motor vehicles. CreativeDentistryOfAtlanta.com
The Christopher Stallworth Foundation, Inc. is a charitable nonprofit organization. The organization helps financially disadvantaged and at-risk students remain in higher education by providing academic scholarships, grants, care boxes, and mentoring. The mission is to assist minorities, low income, and at risk students who are often underserved and invisible within our society with basic resources that are essentials for academic success.For more information, contact Linda Stallworth at 404.375.5452 or visit the website at ChristopherStallworthFoundation.com
We visited Bluegrass Day Spa, beautifully designed, near Alpharetta. Launched by Nhi Huynh nearly ten years ago, I found an expansive service menu, ranging from manicures and pedicures, boutique facials, to-die-for massages, and exclusive body treatments. Huynh provides an interview to get the nitty gritty about the skin’s sensitivity, condition, cleansing regiment, and additional challenges. The salon’s signature SNS Manicure & Pedicure, Bluegrass Signature Facial, and Deep Tissue Massage was a combination that couldn’t have been more ideal. The spa at Bluegrass is separate from the main manicure and pedicure rooms. This detail, while subtle, provided a more relaxed experience. The aesthetician provided a 110-minute facial with moisture infusing essential oils, gentle exfoliate, and deep tissue massage. The SNS manicure, which is a thinner and more light weight version of the gel nail does not require UV light, and can be built out like pink and white powder. Additionally, the SNS manicure does not contain Formaldehyde, Toluene, or DPB.
A Little Italian
SCARCI Italian Wear is a fashion house, centrally located in Milan, with factory partners in Bergamo, Bologna, and Prato, Italy. SCARCI’s ultimate goal is to produce an Italian Resort Wear line that offers both a U.S. and European fit, so as to cater to distinguished men of all builds who like and appreciate luxury clothing. Kevin Swan, VP of Operations and Atlanta native, said, “My biggest passion is playing a direct role with the design team in the U.S. and abroad.” In 2013, SCARCI opened the Milan office to develop, build and design the brand. Recently, they have expanded their market to the U.S. and opened a secondary office in Alpharetta. In July 2016, after years of research, testing fabrics, designing and traveling the world in search of the most high-tech factories and luxury fabrics, SCARCI launched their brand to the fashion world during New York Men’s Fashion Week. Check out their latest Spring/Summer collection at Scarci.com.
The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) Dixie Wing will present a series of Aviation Living History events in 2017 to share the history of notable aviation events and aircraft through the eyes of pilots, veterans and historians. All events will begin at 11 a.m. at the Dixie Wing headquarters and museum, 1200 Echo Ct., Peachtree City, adjacent to Atlanta Regional Airport – Falcon Field. The series of two-hour presentations will run from February through December, with a $10 admission fee. Military retirees will be admitted free. The next presentation is March 18 and will highlight the Flying Tigers, presented by two authors and descendants of Flying Tigers pilots, Susan Clotfelter Jimison and Billy McDonald. For more information about Aviation Living History Days or the CAF Dixie Wing, please go to DixieWing.org.
Better in the Bahamas
Excitement is at an all time high in The Bahamas over Baha Mar’s announcement that an April 21 soft opening has been scheduled for the 3.5 billion, luxury lifestyle, resort project, on Cable Beach in The Bahamas. CTFE, the Hong Kong based conglomerate that took ownership of the resort last year, said its phased opening will start with 1,000 rooms at its Grand Hyatt Resort and Casino.The new resort will feature more than 2,200 rooms and the world-class amenities will include the 100,000 square foot casino, an 18-hole, 72-par Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, a 30,000 square foot spa ESPA and more than a dozen stunning pools. The owners have provided that the resort comprising of the Grand Hyatt, The SLS Lux and Rosewood, should be at a full complement, providing a full experience, ready for guests, by the festive season of 2017.