Ms Senior Georgia Pageant

Ms. Senior Georgia Pageant DATE/TIME/PLACE: August 20, 2017 at 2pm Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest Street, Roswell Tickets $15 adults, $7 children https://www.facebook.com/Ms-Senior-Georgia-Pageant-460626190685418/ http://www.msseniorgeorgia.org It is the mission of the Ms. Senior Georgia Pageant to celebrate the “Classic American Woman”.  They believe that today’s Seniors are the role models of society and teachers from … Continue reading Ms Senior Georgia Pageant

Queen of Angels Catholic School Students Win Multi-Media Contest

Two students at Queen of Angels Catholic School in Roswell, submitted entries to the Catholic Campaign for Human Development’s (CCHD) annual multi-media contest. The students placed 1st and 2nd out of 40+ entrants in the 7-9th grade category. Eighth grade student, Charlotte Mixon, was selected as the 1st place winner and will represent the Archdiocese … Continue reading Queen of Angels Catholic School Students Win Multi-Media Contest

Historic Roswell Business Association (HRBA) Elects New Board of Directors for 2017

The Historic Roswell Business Association (HRBA) proudly announces the 2017 HRBA Board of Directors. The six new Board Members were elected by a vote of the membership at the most recent General Body Meeting and will serve a two-year term. Together, the 2017 HRBA Board of Directors unanimously selected Rand Cabus as Board Chairman. Owner … Continue reading Historic Roswell Business Association (HRBA) Elects New Board of Directors for 2017

In Honor of Late Senior Pastor Lane Alderman

By Cindy Crane 2015 WAS THE 175th ANNIVERSARY of Roswell Presbyterian Church (RPC) and thus the town of Roswell as Roswell was originally built within a one mile radius of RPC. The original sanctuary proudly stands today on Mimosa Blvd. As part of the 175th Anniversary, RPC asked Cindi Crane, author of Roswell Redemption, to … Continue reading In Honor of Late Senior Pastor Lane Alderman

Roswell Historical Society

In 1838, the majority of the Cherokees (approximately 12k) were forced onto the “Trail of Tears.” Only about 8K made it to their new Cherokee Nation—what is now called Tahlequah, Oklahoma. After being imprisoned for several months in the stockades, many of the Cherokees died or became ill from disease, exposure and malnutrition. The prior … Continue reading Roswell Historical Society